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University of Central Florida University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL, United States
Jul 20, 2017
Full time
Department Chair Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders University of Central Florida The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) in the College of Health and Public Affairs invites applications for department chair. This is a 12-month, tenured position at the associate or full professor level to begin July 2018.  The University of Central Florida (UCF) is committed to furthering the academic, clinical, and research mission of the CSD department and seeks an innovative, creative, and energetic leader with a strong history of interdisciplinary collaboration and research development to lead a world-class department.  The Department:  The CSD department offers both a bachelor’s degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders and a master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology, enrolling more than 700 bachelor's and 200 master's students. The successful candidate will offer collaborative and dynamic leadership to a diverse faculty and staff in a growing university with high research activity (RU/H) and an expanding clinical program.  The CSD clinic, with several specialty clinics and numerous external affiliations, serves as the centerpiece for clinical education and applied research providing services to individuals with communication and hearing challenges across the lifespan. For information visit our website at http://www.cohpa.ucf.edu/csd/ . The CSD department enjoys strong partnerships with colleges across campus and community agencies (e.g., early childhood centers, public and private school districts, hospitals and healthcare providers and agencies) and will participate in the development of UCF’s Health Sciences campus. Duties:  The successful candidate will have a strong record of scholarship and external research funding, providing visionary and entrepreneurial academic and administrative leadership. The incoming department chair would work with the department to continue its partnerships and leading role in integrated healthcare by expanding its close collaborations with the College of Education and Human Performance, Department of Psychology, the College of Medicine, the Department of Physical Therapy, the Department of Nursing, and other academic units on campus, as well as its relationships with local hospitals, such as Orlando Health and the Florida Hospital system, and other local healthcare providers and agencies.  Candidates must demonstrate the following experience:  higher education administration and leadership of faculty and staff, budgeting, strategic planning, fundraising, academic programming, curriculum development and assessment, facilitating programs of individual and collaborative interdisciplinary research, supporting and mentoring faculty in necessary steps to secure external funding, working with the chairs and directors of other departments/schools within the college to promote the college mission, and promoting a collegial and collaborative environment. The successful candidate will have the ability to develop and maintain collaborative relationships with university administrators, faculty, staff, students, and alumni, as well as individuals affiliated with state and federal agencies, foundations, accrediting bodies, and other nongovernmental organizations.  CCC-SLP or CCC-A certification is strongly desirable.  Salary is contingent upon experience. Minimum Qualifications: Candidates must hold a doctoral degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders or a related discipline from an accredited institution and must be eligible for appointment as a tenured associate or full professor upon hire. Preferences:  Preference will be given to candidates who have a distinguished record of research, external funding, a demonstrated commitment to diversity, teaching, and university leadership commensurate with a tenured faculty appointment at the rank of full professor. Application Process:  The university requires that all applicants apply and submit all supporting documents through the UCF Online Recruitment System at https://www.jobswithucf.com. No paper applications will be considered.  Applicants must complete the online Faculty Applicant Affirmation form and submit the following: (1) A letter of application indicating previous experience and qualifications for the position. The letter should also include a proposed vision for the department, as well as an overview of the candidate’s research background; (2) A curriculum vita; and (3) contact information for up to five professional references. The selected candidate will be required to provide official transcripts within thirty days of hire date. NOTE: Please have all documents ready when applying so they can be attached at that time. Once the online submission process is finalized, the system does not allow applicants to submit additional documents at a later date. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.  Candidates will not be considered until all of the above materials are received.  Candidates are responsible for ensuring all materials have been uploaded correctly. For further questions about this position, please contact Dr. Catherine Kaukinen, search chair at catherine.kaukinen@ucf.edu UCF is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.  All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply, including minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities.  As a Florida public university, UCF makes all application materials and selection procedures available to the public upon request.   
Pasco-Hernando State College Pasco-Hernando State College, Ridge Road, New Port Richey, FL, United States
Jul 20, 2017
Full time
Computer Operator/MIS Help Desk (Job #0679) New Port Richey, FL Campus  Required: Standard High School Diploma/GED; intermediate computer skills; advanced customer relations skills; good verbal and written communication skills; ability to control and manage several projects simultaneously; working knowledge of MS Word, MS Excel, MS Access; strong analytical and decision-making skills; an Associate’s Degree from a regionally accredited institution in Computer or a related field may be substituted for required experience; must be able to work Monday-Thursday, 11:00am-7:30pm; and Friday, 8:00am-4:30pm; satisfactory criminal history background check. Applicants who claim a right of Veteran’s Preference must upload documentation of eligibility and attach it to their online application before midnight of the application deadline date. Preferred: Associate’s Degree in Computer Science from a regionally-accredited institution. Salary range is $31,685 - $33,269.25 annually. APPLY ONLINE no later than the August 3 application deadline at www.phsc.edu/jobs. ALL SUPPLEMENTAL / ADDITIONAL APPLICATION MATERIAL MUST BE UPLOADED VIA THE ONLINE APPLICATION SYSTEM. The supplemental / additional application materials required are: (1) cover letter, (2) current resume, (3) copy of transcripts, (4) DD-214 (if claiming Veterans’ Preference), and must be uploaded and attached to the online application before midnight of the application deadline date. The application review process can be initiated with the copies of transcripts; however, official transcripts must be received before the interview. Have official transcripts sent to the Human Resources Office (address below). Pasco-Hernando State College Attn: Human Resources Office (Job #0679) 10230 Ridge Road New Port Richey, FL 34654 ALL APPLICANTS MUST SUBMIT AN ONLINE APPLICATION, COVER LETTER, RESUME, TRANSCRIPTS, AND VETERANS’ PREFERENCE DOCUMENTATION (IF APPLICABLE) NO LATER THAN AUGUST 3. No other submitted materials will qualify you to be considered for this position. For help with online applications, call 727-816-3169 or 727-816-3425.   EOE/ADA Compliance – Website: www.phsc.edu/jobs
University of Minnesota University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, United States
Jul 20, 2017
Full time
VICE PRESIDENT FOR UNIVERSITY SERVICES THE UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA The Mission The University of Minnesota, founded in the belief that all people are enriched by understanding, is dedicated to the advancement of learning and the search for truth; to the sharing of this knowledge through education for a diverse community; and to the application of this knowledge to benefit the people of the state, the nation, and the world.  The University's threefold mission of research and discovery, teaching and learning, and outreach and public service is carried out on multiple campuses and throughout the state. Organizational Overview Founded in 1851, the University of Minnesota (UMN), with its five campuses is one of the most comprehensive universities in the country.  The University of Minnesota is a world-class public research university based in a vibrant, urban setting next to the Mississippi River, with unparalleled opportunities for collaboration and partnerships.  The University of Minnesota is one of only five universities in the nation with an engineering school, a medical school, a law school, a veterinary medical school, and an agricultural school all on one campus.  UMN is the eighth most active public research university, with more than $880 million in annual research awards. More than 60,000 students are divided among the five campuses, with 30,135 undergraduate students and 16,444 graduate and professional students enrolled at the Twin Cities campus. UMN is reducing administrative costs by $90 million over six years and moving those resources into mission driven areas of teaching, research, and community engagement.  In the last decade, UMN created a $292 million Biomedical Discovery District, enabling cutting-edge research across disciplines. The University of Minnesota’s over 150 undergraduate degree programs and 200 graduate degree programs offer students a tremendous breadth and depth of opportunity in the sciences, liberal arts, agriculture, and business.  With more than 26,000 employees, its large student population, its long-established health care services, and its various research centers, UMN creates approximately $9 billion in total economic impact on Minnesota annually. Campuses in the University of Minnesota system are: University of Minnesota Twin Cities: An Overview The University of Minnesota Twin Cities (locally known as the U of M or simply the U) is a public research university located in Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota.  The Minneapolis and St. Paul campuses are approximately 3 miles (4.8 km) apart.  It is the oldest and largest campus within the University of Minnesota system, and has the sixth-largest main campus student body in the United States, with more than 46,000 students.  The University is organized into 19 colleges and schools, and there are system campuses in Crookston, Duluth, Morris, and Rochester. UMN is categorized as an R1 Doctoral University (the highest research activity in the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education.) The second-largest institution of higher education in the Midwest by enrollment, the University offers over 150 undergraduate degree programs and 200 graduate degree programs.  The University of Minnesota Twin Cities is also a member of the Association of American Universities, which is an association of the 62 leading research universities in the United States and Canada. The University has 19 colleges, schools, and other major academic units: University of Minnesota Crookston: An Overview The University of Minnesota Crookston (UMC) is a public, baccalaureate, co-educational institution.  As a four-year, public university with an enrollment of 1,800 students (approximately 900 on campus and 900 online), UMC proudly carries on a tradition of a century of educational service to northwestern Minnesota.  It was established as an institution of higher learning in 1966, and it began offering baccalaureate degree programs in 1993. University of Minnesota Duluth: An Overview The University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD) is a comprehensive regional university.  Undergraduate students can choose from 14 bachelor degrees in 86 majors and 72 minors, as well as five certificates.  In addition to the two-year program at the School of Medicine and a College of Pharmacy program, UMD offers graduate programs in 27 different fields, 15 minors, and five certificates.  In addition to offering the EdD, UMD participates in two all-university PhD programs (one of which is located primarily on the UMD campus) and cooperates significantly in the delivery of a number of Twin Cities-based PhD programs.  UMD consistently ranks among the top Midwestern, regional universities in U.S. News and World Report's "America’s Best Colleges" issue.  Providing an alternative to both large research universities and small liberal arts colleges, UMD attracts students looking for a personalized learning experience on a medium-sized campus of a major university. University of Minnesota Morris: An Overview As one of only twenty-nine members of the Council of Public Liberal Arts Colleges (COPLAC), the University of Minnesota Morris is an undergraduate-focused residential liberal arts institution that provides a rigorous undergraduate liberal arts education, preparing its students to be global citizens who value and pursue intellectual growth, civic engagement, intercultural competence, and environmental stewardship.  As a public university, Morris subscribes to the value of accessible public education for all citizens and promises accountability to the people it serves.  A distinct liberal arts campus within the larger University of Minnesota system, Morris combines the benefits of an intimate, student-centered community with the resources and opportunities of one of the nation’s largest universities.  Morris serves a diverse enrollment of approximately 1,900 students who are supported by 150 faculty, and benefit from a student to faculty ratio of 15:1. University of Minnesota Rochester: An Overview The University of Minnesota Rochester (UMR) is a campus of the University of Minnesota system that was founded in 2006.  UMR offers distinctive health sciences and biosciences education to prepare students for a broad spectrum of current and emerging careers, ranging from patient care to pure and applied research.  The campus community serves approximately 750 undergraduate and graduate students in the heart of downtown Rochester.  By continuing to meet the needs of the southern Minnesota region through its programmatic offerings, UMR proudly leads the way to a brighter future for the community, the state of Minnesota, and the world.  UMR is accredited as part of the UMTC campus. Opportunity Overview The Vice President for University Services is responsible for creating and sustaining a safe, welcoming environment and service culture that supports and advances the teaching, research, and outreach missions of the University of Minnesota system. University Services is driven to deliver exceptional services and places to make discoveries possible and experiences memorable.  The Vice President has leadership and oversight responsibility for six key units of operation supporting the University system. Collectively, these units have over 3,500 employees (2,222 FTE), annual operating budgets of approximately $416 million, and a capital portfolio of over $1 billion in active projects.  This is a system-wide leadership position located in Minneapolis. Reporting to the Senior Vice President for Finance and Operations, the Vice President for University Services is a system-wide officer overseeing the following functions: Auxiliary Services This unit includes Housing and Residential Life, University Dining Services, Parking and Transportation, Bookstores, and U Market, Printing and Addressing & Mailing Services. It offers convenient, customer driven and cost-effective goods and services that are essential to the University’s academic and administrative success. Capital Planning and Project Management Responsibility spans all five system campuses and the research and outreach centers across the state. The scope of authority includes all planning, design, and construction of new and existing buildings, utility infrastructure, and master planning for all campuses across the University system. Facilities Management Includes responsibility for all grounds, buildings, and utilities supporting 23 million square feet in more than 250 buildings across 900 acres on the Twin Cities campus, as well as support services for the Crookston, Duluth, and Morris campuses. Public Safety This unit provides the University of Minnesota system-wide community with security monitoring and access control services. The department also provides the Twin Cities campus with a professional, sworn-officer police department, student security services, and a 911 call center to advance a culture of safety. University Health and Safety This department monitors and proactively assesses the University’s physical environment to ensure safe and healthy working and living conditions, system-wide, for University of Minnesota students, staff, faculty, and community neighbors. Units include Biosafety and Occupational Health, Building Codes, Environmental Health and Safety, and Radiation Safety. Management Services A centralized set of shared services that provide support to all University Services units. Functional areas include Communications, Human Resources, Information Technology, and Project Management.  The systemwide Emergency Management unit also reports under this umbrella. The Vice President also leads several system-wide cross-functional work teams including the Emergency Management Policy Committee, the System-wide Sustainability Committee, and the Enterprise Geographic Information System (GIS) Steering Committee. The Vice President works in partnership with the University’s academic leadership to understand the needs of the academic enterprise, ensuring the requisite services and facilities are provided efficiently and effectively to support one of the world’s most renowned public research universities. Individual Responsibilities The Vice President works to support the three-part mission of the University in many ways, including managing the institution’s physical environment and assets and providing for the health and safety of students, staff, and faculty. The role also requires leadership and management of the University Services organization and its many departments and functions. Specific responsibilities include: Build and sustain relationships with chancellors, academic vice presidents, faculty, deans and other academic and University leaders to understand the facility and service needs of the academic enterprise across all campuses of the University of Minnesota system. Ensure the efficient and effective delivery of quality services and facilities in alignment with the academic plan. Understand the needs of students and ensure that the University provides the physical environment and services in which they can succeed. Provide leadership in managing, planning, constructing, and maintaining the physical assets of the University. This includes advancing the Board of Regents goal of reducing the amount of poor and critical space across the system. Advance the University's commitment to strengthening the security of operations and the safety of the University community. Foster, support, and integrate the concepts and practices of sustainability and environmental stewardship in University operations and services. Provide leadership at the institutional level while integrating the diverse components of the various operations functions with a sense of service to the institution's faculty, staff, students, and other stakeholders. Advise the Senior Vice President on all physical, operational, and service matters, and serve as a member of the University’s senior leadership team. Foster a University Services enterprise culture. Apply best practices to ensure continuous improvement of services focused on customer-service, cost effectiveness, and accountability in alignment with the University’s strategic plans. Ensure the development, implementation, and maintenance of sound financial policies, procedures, and practices across the University Services enterprise. Optimize available resources, strengthen accountability, control costs, and redirect financial resources both within University Services and toward the core mission and mission support. Respond to short-term concerns while developing long-range strategies consistent with the institution’s academic and financial strategies and ensuring integration of institutional priorities. Ensure the development and oversight of strategic and operational metrics to strengthen accountability and to support strategic resource alignment. Create a positive and respectful work environment incorporating the University's commitment to equal opportunity and diversity in hiring, retention, and promotion of employees and empowering employees to use their full range of talents and abilities. Provide leadership guidance to the University’s labor relations efforts associated with University Services employees. Leadership Team Member Responsibilities As a member of the Senior Vice President for Finance and Operation team, the Vice President for University Services provides decision support and contributes to the overall governance of the University. Specific responsibilities include: Provide accurate, trusted, and timely information to the Board of Regents to assist in their decision-making regarding the physical and operational aspects of the University. Develop and manage Board of Regents policies that fall within the scope of this area of responsibility. Build and sustain relationships with local governments and neighborhood, business, and community organizations to promote the strategic interests of the University. Understand common issues and concerns, and develop strategies to support and strengthen the areas surrounding the campuses. Support the University’s Government Relations, including representing the University at the Minnesota State Capitol and Congress as well as with state and federal regulators. Monitor and respond to the state, local, and national political environment and assess its impact on areas of responsibility within University Services. Serve as a strong advocate for the University of Minnesota’s strategic goals and initiatives with key policymakers, lawmakers, and community members. Work collaboratively with the other members of the Senior Vice President leadership team bringing expertise and a thoughtful approach to problem solving across the various SVP units. University Services Team and Structure University Services creates and sustains a safe, welcoming environment and service culture that advances teaching, research and outreach at the University of Minnesota. This means working behind the scenes to make sure the University operations are efficient and effective each and every day. The University Services leadership team has been working to advance four strategic goals: provide mission-advancing places; ensure a safe University; deliver an exceptional campus experience; engage and support employees.  University Services encompasses six work units and employs over 3,500 people. Essential Qualifications and Personal Qualities Competencies The University seeks a visionary, strategic, and inclusive leader who is committed to the highest standards of excellence, integrity, accountability, and stewardship. The Vice President must possess a reputation for working collaboratively with internal and external constituencies, have demonstrated an ability to inspire commitment, foster innovation, deliver results, and work effectively in a highly visible and public position. Critical to the success of this position, the Vice President must understand the role of operations in a major education and research setting (or similar enterprise) and demonstrate an understanding of how operations support the education, research, and outreach missions of the University. A baccalaureate degree is required from an accredited college or university; an advanced or professional degree is preferred. A minimum of at least eight years of experience as a senior manager in a complex organization is required. A portion of this experience must include responsibility for the organization’s overall business operation. Knowledge of and experience in public finance, human resources, labor relations, and budgeting, as well as capital planning, building design, construction, and renovation, and project management is required. Professional experience in managing a unionized environment is preferred. Executive Qualities Strong interpersonal skills with a demonstrated record of establishing effective working relationships with diverse populations and functions, both internal and external to the organization Committed, philosophically and operationally, to delivering quality services in an efficient manner while being sensitive and responsive to the service needs of the entire organization and the concerns of external constituencies and neighborhoods Ability to quickly understand and effectively communicate complex policy and operational issues to a variety of constituencies Documented achievement in resolving multiple complex problems and controversial and high profile issues in a timely manner Demonstrated commitment and contribution to fostering and advancing diversity and inclusiveness Possesses both the wisdom and the political savvy to determine which initiatives are important enough to champion and which ones to relinquish Knowledge of, and experience with strategic management concepts, business best practices, and principles Ability to apply a systems approach to planning and implementing strategic objectives Ability to manage change within large, dynamic, diverse organization Demonstrated excellent communications skills — interpersonal, written, and verbal Key Leadership Competencies The University has adopted the following leadership competencies as prerequisites for all senior leaders Innovates Drives Efficiency Thinks Strategically Aligns Resources Selects and Develops Talent Motivates and Inspires Others Builds Relationships Is Resilient and Courageous Operates with Integrity Learns and Adapts For additional information and to apply for the position please contact: Lars Leafblad, MBA Co-Founder/Principal lars@ballingerleafblad.com or Marcia Ballinger, PhD Co-Founder/Principal marcia@ballingerleafblad.com This position is paid an executive salary and has the opportunity to participate in the organization’s comprehensive benefits program. Removed: Rankings The University of Minnesota is ranked among the nation's top 25 research universities in all nine categories used by the Center for Measuring University Performance.  Only nine public research universities meet these criteria.  In 2015, the University of Minnesota Twin Cities ranked 22nd out of more than 1,000 international institutions recognized by the Academic Ranking of World Universities, and is considered a Public Ivy, which recognizes top public research universities in the United States.  The 4 International Colleges & Universities (4ICU) 2015 World University Web Ranking placed the University's web program 14th globally. The U.S. News & World Report's 2016 “America’s Best Colleges” issue ranked the Child Development and Child Psychology programs first in the country, Chemical Engineering program third, the Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) program third, the Economics program eleventh, Psychology fifth, Statistics sixteenth, Audiology ninth, and the University of Minnesota Medical School sixth for primary care and 34th for research.  The Law School, consistently recognized as a 'Top Law School' by U.S. News & World Report, is traditionally ranked in the top twenty in the nation, and is a national leader in commercial law, international law, and clinical education.  Additionally, nineteen of the University's graduate-school departments have been ranked in the nation's top-twenty by the U.S. National Research Council.
Florida Atlantic University - FAU Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL, United States
Jul 20, 2017
Full time
Director, Environmental Health & Safety Florida Atlantic University's department of Environmental Health & Safety is seeking a Director, Environmental Health & Safety, at the Boca Raton Campus. The Director, Environmental Health and Safety will plan, develop, implement and monitor environmental health and safety policies, programs and initiatives for the University in collaboration with administrators, faculty, researchers, staff and students, and in accordance with Federal, State and local regulatory and University requirements and standards. Will plan, direct, administer and evaluate departmental operations, including budgets/fiscal management, to achieve and maintain the most effective and efficient processes and functions in accordance with short-term and long-term University vision and strategic plan. Administer, direct and evaluate departmental human resources functions to maximize employee productivity and performance. Will also provide strong leadership within the department to promote harmony, high morale and a cooperative spirit. Serve as the University's Radiation Safety Officer. Foster a customer-service oriented environment and provide personnel with appropriate training. Work with appropriate units and external parties to develop, negotiate, administer and evaluate appropriate contracts. Work cooperatively with Facilities Management on the design, construction and maintenance of structures and infrastructure systems as they relate to environmental health and safety issues. Oversee departmental educational, training and outreach activities such as new-hire orientation, staff in-service day training, etc. and participate as appropriate in in-house and external educational, training and outreach activities. Recommend and participate in the development of University policies and procedures as appropriate, including serving on University planning and policy-making committees, such as the University Safety Committee and the University Sustainability Committee. Generate reports as required or appropriate and brief groups, such as senior administration, as required on environmental health and safety issues. Perform all other duties necessary to accomplish environmental health and safety objectives as assigned. Qualifications: Master's degree from an accredited institution and six years of increasingly responsible management and supervisory experience in several areas of environmental health and safety at an institution of higher education or similar environment; or a Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution in Chemistry, Biology, Industrial Hygiene, Environmental Health, Engineering, or closely related field and ten years of increasingly responsible management and supervisory experience in several areas of environmental health and safety at an institution of higher education or similar environment required. A Master's degree and University experience preferred. Must currently hold at least one of the following credentials: Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH), Certified Safety Professional (CSP), Certified Hazardous Materials Manager (CHMM), or Professional Engineer (PE). Strong interpersonal and communication skills to exercise a collaborative approach to problem-solving complex issues across a wide range of constituencies in a diverse University community required. Strong skills in developing educational and training programs, and the ability to demonstrate independent judgment and leadership skills are also required. Must possess in-depth knowledge and understanding of Federal, State, local and higher education regulations, guidelines, standards, principles, procedures, and associated reporting requirements regarding, but not limited to, the following: accident prevention, risk management, environmental compliance, emergency response operations, occupational health and safety, hazardous materials management, environmental sanitation, asbestos management, fire prevention, food and pool safety, storm water management, air emissions, and indoor air quality. Valid driver's license required. For more information and to apply, visit www.fau.edu/jobs and go to Apply Now (Position #991194). Florida Atlantic University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action/equal access institution and all qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veterans status or other protected status. Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodation, please call 561-297-3057. 711. FAU is committed to the principles of engaged teaching, research and service.  All persons aspiring to achieve excellence in the practice of these principles are encouraged to apply.
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