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University of New England

General Information

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Job title: Assistant/Associate Dean of Student Affairs/Assessment
Job location: Portland, ME 04103 United States
Requisition code:
Date posted: 06/14/10
Job type: Full-Time
Compensation:

Job Classification


Job Category:Academic - All
Academic - Dean

Job Description


Job description:
The University of New England is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Assistant/Associate Dean of Student Affairs/Assessment in the College of Pharmacy.

Responsibilities include:
designing and implementing processes for recruitment, admission and retention of students in coordination with the university’s graduate admissions and student services; establishing and overseeing student organizations for professional projects and service; managing student grievance processes; coordinating the faculty advisement program; developing strategies for student involvement in all aspects of the College’s operation and assisting the Assessment and Evaluation Committee of the College with the assessment of all facets of the College’s operation (i.e. recruitment, admissions, curriculum, etc.). The responsibilities of the position also include a non-tenure track teaching appointment.


The College is located on the Portland Campus along with the College of Health Professions and complements the College of Arts and Sciences and the College of Osteopathic Medicine on the Biddeford Campus. In 2009 the College was granted precandidate status by the ACPE. The inaugural class of 100 students matriculated last September.

Job Requirements


Education, training, experience:
Qualifications
Academic experience should demonstrate administrative involvement within a department and/or College of Pharmacy and successful completion of a Pharm.D. or Ph.D. degree in pharmaceutical sciences; demonstrated record of excellence in teaching and scholarship to qualify for appointment at the rank of Assistant/Associate Professor; and excellent interpersonal and group communication skills. Three to five years experience with pharmacy students and student organizations.
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