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									Assistant/Associate Professor of Movement and Acting: The Theatre School at
DePaul University in Chicago invites applications for the fall of 2010 for a full-time,
tenure track position, teaching Movement for Actors and Acting to a diverse student body
in an urban multi-cultural conservatory in both the BFA and MFA Acting Programs.
Other responsibilities include directing and coaching productions, advising and service.

Qualifications: MFA or professional equivalent. The ideal candidate must have
expertise in teaching methods of self-organization and expressive movement.
Certification and/or significant experience in teaching Laban/Bartenieff is required.
Significant experience teaching acting in a theatre training program is also necessary.
Candidates must have experience in directing and be committed to collegiality, a
collaborative process and continuing work in the profession. Because The Theatre
School seeks faculty members who bring a critical perspective to issues of diversity and
multiculturalism, candidates of color are strongly encouraged to apply. DePaul
University is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Salary is commensurate with
qualifications and experience.

Application and deadlines: Applications must be completed online at
http://facultyopportunities.depaul.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=50590 by
submitting a cover letter (which includes a personal statement and teaching philosophy)
and a CV/resume. Three letters of recommendation may be submitted online or mailed
to: Dean John Culbert, The Theatre School, 2135 N Kenmore, Chicago, IL 60614. For
best consideration the application should be completed by January 8, 2010.
                            The Theatre School at DePaul University
                           Full-Time Faculty Position / Program Head
                                     Theatre Management

Full-Time Tenure Track Faculty Position and Head of BFA Program in Theatre
Management. The Theatre School at DePaul University invites applications for a full-time
tenure-track professor to serve as head of its renowned BFA Theatre Management program.
Position begins Fall of 2010.

Responsibilities include BFA Program leadership, teaching courses in theatre management and
related areas of specialization, advising, and service. Qualifications: Terminal academic degree
or professional equivalent; teaching experience on the college level; active professional
involvement and strong track record within the industry; diverse and multicultural perspectives;
demonstrated history of collaborative activities; proficiency in current industry-related
technologies. Candidates of color are encouraged to apply. DePaul University offers equal
employment opportunities to all persons without regard to race, color, ethnicity, religion, sex,
sexual orientation, national origin, age, marital status, physical or mental disability, parental
status, housing status, source of income or military status, in accordance with applicable federal,
state, and local EEO laws. Salary and rank are commensurate with qualifications and
experience.

Application and deadlines: Applications must be completed online at
http://facultyopportunities.depaul.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=50591 by submitting a
cover letter (which includes a personal statement and teaching philosophy) and a CV/resume.
Three letters of recommendation may be submitted online or mailed to: Dean John Culbert, The
Theatre School, 2135 N Kenmore, Chicago, IL 60614. For best consideration the application
should be completed by January 8, 2010.
VISITING MULTICULTURAL FACULTY POSITION: Full time, non-tenure track, one-year appointment
with the possibility of renewal for a second year. The Theatre School at DePaul University seeks a
teaching artist to join us in our continued commitment to ongoing intercultural exchange. We are
looking for a candidate who is committed to theatrical work that reflects and captures Chicago’s rich
ethnic landscape and addresses topics such as race, gender, ethnicity and class. Appointment to run
from early September 2010 to Mid June 2011.

Qualifications: Professional experience in theatre and a desire to engage students, faculty, and staff
in an academic setting that includes departments of performance, theatre studies, and
design/technology. Terminal degree is preferred. The ideal candidate has a specific interest in
theatrical work that broadens and deepens the multicultural and multi-ethnic dialogue at The Theatre
School. DePaul University is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Deadlines: Application must be completed online at:
https://facultyopportunities.depaul.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=50592 by submitting a cover
letter (which includes personal statement and teaching philosophy) and a CV/resume. Three letters
of recommendation may be submitted online or mailed to: Dean John Culbert, The Theatre School,
2135 N. Kenmore, Chicago, Il 60614. For best consideration the application should be completed by
January 12, 2010.
DePaul University, the nation's largest Catholic university, is a private, urban institution with 7 campuses and more 
than 130 undergraduate and graduate degree programs.  The university's faculty, students and staff represent a 
wide range of ethnic, religious and economic backgrounds.  
   
The Director of Advising (DOA) will supervise staff and processes related to the School of Education's Advising 
office.  The DOA will manage the collaborative environment, policies and procedures, committees and 
relationships involving academic advising activities and assistance to students.  The DOA will direct the student 
advising services, including web delivered services. 
  
 Duties: 
  
Direct the processes and operations of the Office of Advising. 
  
Oversee and monitor the students' educational experiences in the areas of recruitment, admissions, advisement, 
certification, and graduation. 
  
Work collaboratively with faculty, staff, and students to provide a comprehensive learning environment that will 
foster the intellectual, psychological, social, ethical and career development of a diverse student population. 
  
Supervise the Advising Office. 
  
Construct, develop, and direct the human resources and budgets of the Advising Office. 
  
Encourage and promote professional development opportunities for staff. 
  
Resolve all student related problems and issues. 
  
Represent the Advising Office in school‐wide activities such as strategic planning, report writing, and student data 
analysis. 
  
Work closely with the advising staff to facilitate ongoing collaboration and communication regarding academic 
advising and align with School of Education (SOE) faculty advising roles. 
  
Know depth and breadth of state certification requirements and manage student compliance with relevant 
standards for credentials. 
  
Continually assess and amend advising practices and procedures to meet the needs of a diverse student 
population, Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) and National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education 
(NCATE) requirements. 
  
Make decisions on Exception to Academic Policy Requests. 
  
Facilitate and present the individual student case to the Student Appeals Committee 
  
Manage Student Advisory Council. 
 Facilitate student feedback regarding advising services for continuous service improvement and to create effective 
systems. 
  
Meet regularly with stakeholders to assess efficacy of services to students. 
  
Work with Office of the General Council regarding requests for student records. 
  
Assume a leadership role to enhance the SOE's retention and graduation efforts. 
  
Collaborate with students, faculty, staff, parents, university constituencies, accrediting and certifying agents and 
SOE stakeholders. 
  
Liaise with university offices, academic programs, and SOE departments regarding all student academic advising 
and certification matters. 
  
Serve as member of the following committees: Student Appeals Committee, Professional Education Council (PEC), 
Associate Dean's Council, Holistic Advising Committee, Assessment Committee, and Dean's Leadership Team. 
  
Serve as a resource in the development of policies and procedures related to admissions, curriculum, certification, 
and graduation. 
  
Represent the SOE Advising unit in recruitment activities, community outreach, undergraduate and graduate 
orientations, and SOE and university receptions and activities. 
  
Facilitate relationships with graduate and undergraduate admissions in order to help maximize existing resources 
useful to recruiting undergraduate and graduate populations. 
  
Oversee administration of web delivered student services including the Advising Center and Degree Progress 
Report. 
  
Implement and continually administer the online functions. 
  
Manage online virtual student files through Image Now, advise processes and forms, and evaluate field 
experiences and student teaching.  
  
Collect student teaching documentation online and audit for degree completion and certification online.  
  
Supervise advising personnel of up to 11 employees, 2 direct reports. 
  
Makes decisions and refer to Dean or designee. 
  
Report to Dean or designee.   
  
Oversee unit budget. 
  
Other duties as assigned.      
  
  
  
Requirements: 
  
Masters degree required. 
  
5 ‐ 7 years of proven experience in a university environment working with operations, administration and 
academic programs. 
  
Demonstrated experience with teacher certification process and requirements for the state of Illinois, as well as an 
understanding of related matters for other states. 
  
Proven ability to communicate with students and professionals at all levels of formal education. 
  
Proven experience working with culturally diverse populations. 
  
Experience in professional and other staff supervision. 
  
Experience in supervising student workers. 
  
Knowledge of academic and teacher preparation programs, and teacher certification process, laws and 
requirements. 
  
Knowledge of Illinois (ISBE) state program approval regulations and NCATE requirements. 
  
Knowledge of and experience with public and private elementary and secondary school operations, both urban 
and suburban, and ability to work with personnel of those schools. 
  
Knowledge of evaluation procedures to assess field experience and student teaching experiences. 
  
Knowledge of advising theory and practices implemented across the university and within other Schools of 
education nationally. 
  
Demonstrated competency in leading, understanding, and applying technology to web‐delivered student services.  
  
Excellent verbal, written, and auditory communication skills. 
  
Excellent organizational, managerial and leadership skills. 
  
Proven experience in managing multiple projects and tasks. 
  
Strong interpersonal skills. 
  
Counseling skills and experience with students in a higher education setting.  
  
Ability to develop and sustain relationships with schools and state agencies. 
  
Ability to function in a fast‐paced, diverse environment with numerous interruptions. 
  
Ability to respond to student concerns and needs professionally. 
  
Ability to solve problems and trouble‐shoot student issues. 
  
Demonstrated workplace professionalism and ability to maintain confidentiality. 
  
Ability to work will with students, faculty, and other staff. 
  
Ability to interact with administration and staff of the various University Offices. 
  
Ability to direct and supervise staff and student personnel. 
  
Ability to independently initiate and implement innovative projects. 
  
  
  
We offer competitive salaries, a generous vacation package and flexible work schedules, including observance of 
religious holidays.  Our tuition program provides full coverage for undergraduate tuition and taxable coverage for 
graduate tuition for yourself and members of your immediate family. Other benefits include a range of individual 
and family medical, dental and vision‐care packages, flexible spending accounts for medical and dependent care, a 
403(b) retirement plan, and a pre‐tax transit program. 
  
  
  
Are you interested in joining our team of talented, motivated employees and helping DePaul serve its students and 
communities around the world? If so, go to www.depaul.edu <http://www.depaul.edu> and select "Jobs at 
DePaul" at the top of the page to submit your cover letter and résumé online for this and other jobs.  Please 
reference job number [15995]. 
  
  
  
Required Screening: 
  
All external candidates extended an offer of employment will undergo background screening.  
  
  
  
DePaul University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.                
  
  
Alexandra Briguglio
Staffing Representative
DePaul University
Office of Human Resources
Phone: (312) 362-5710
Fax: (312) 362-5625

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Tax Accountant (2) 

DePaul University, the nation’s largest Catholic university, is a private, urban institution with 7 campuses 
and more than 130 undergraduate and graduate degree programs.  The university’s faculty, students 
and staff represent a wide range of ethnic, religious and economic backgrounds.  

General Summary: 

The Tax Accountant will assist the Tax Manager to oversee tax compliance for the University.  The 
position will assist in the preparation and review of the University's various tax filings; gather and 
analyze data to ensure compliance with applicable tax laws.  The position will assist in tax research and 
in the development of tax related training and informational material.  The Tax Accountant will also be 
expected to remain informed about changing laws that impact not‐profit organizations and the higher 
education section, as well as assist in the development of related University policies and procedures. 
 
Principal Duties and Responsibilities: 

    • Assist in the preparation of the University's annual tax return such as Federal Forms 990, 990‐T 
         and applicable state filings. 
    •   Gather and analyze University data to identify unrelated business income issues and provide 
         recommendations to minimize the University's exposure.  
    •   Conduct research on various tax issues and recommend appropriate action, when necessary. 
    •   Assist in the preparation and review of data necessary to file annual informational tax returns, 
         such as Forms 1099 and W‐2. 
    •   Prepare and file the University's quarterly state sales tax returns and review University 
         operations to ensure sales tax reporting compliance. 
    •   Assist in the monitoring of University degree seeking, foreign study and grant related 
         international programs; research of and compliance with international tax laws. 
    •   Assist in the development of tax related training and informational material. 
    •   Assist in the development of tax related University policy and procedures.  
    •   Perform other duties as assigned. 

Requirements: 

•   Bachelor's degree in Accounting or Finance required. 
•   Minimum 2 ‐ 5 years experience in tax compliance or tax consulting required. 
•   Strong written and verbal communication skills required. 
•   Good analytical and problem solving skills required. 
•   Independent and self motivated individual, able to work in changing environment; demonstrated 
    ability to manage complex priorities successfully; strong interpersonal skills required; ability to work 
    with many individuals at various levels throughout the University. 
•   Advanced spreadsheet, database and word processing skills required. 
•   Detail‐minded and extremely organized. 
•   Previous experience in Public Accounting, Higher Education or Not‐For‐Profit strongly preferred. 
•   CPA Preferred. 
                                                                                                            
•   Proficiency in maximizing efficiency and use of computer systems preferred. 
•   Graduate degree or progress towards a plus. 
•   PeopleSoft or other ERP experience a plus. 

We offer competitive salaries, a generous vacation package and flexible work schedules, including 
observance of religious holidays.  Our tuition program provides full coverage for undergraduate tuition 
and taxable coverage for graduate tuition for yourself and members of your immediate family. Other 
benefits include a range of individual and family medical, dental and vision‐care packages, flexible 
spending accounts for medical and dependent care, a 403(b) retirement plan, and a pre‐tax transit 
program. 

 

Are you interested in joining our team of talented, motivated employees and helping DePaul serve its 
students and communities around the world? If so, go to www.depaul.edu and select “Jobs at DePaul” 
at the top of the page to submit your cover letter and résumé online for this and other jobs.  Please 
reference job number [15922]. 

 

Required Screening: 

All external candidates extended an offer of employment will undergo background screening.  

DePaul University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.  

 

 

 

 
DePaul University, the nation’s largest Catholic university, is a private, urban institution with 7 campuses
and more than 130 undergraduate and graduate degree programs. The university’s faculty, students and
staff represent a wide range of ethnic, religious and economic backgrounds.

General Summary:

Reporting to the Director of Academic Enhancement, this position will develop and implement
programs that directly influence various components of student success. This position will entail
developing, implementing and assessing departmental, divisional and University activities and
experiences that support and enhance the students academic experience.

Duties and Responsibilities:

     • Co-lead and coordinate the planning and implementation of services and activities for
          DePaul's conditional admission program for incoming first year undergraduate at-risk
          students. Student participation reflects a number comparable to 10% of the entire
          incoming class.
     •   Responsible for the management and execution of program activities, supervision of
          staff, record keeping of student data, and evaluation of program objectives.
     •   Centralize and coordinate common processes for departments within the Division of
          Student Affairs serving students receiving supplemental curricular assistance and
          support.
     •   In support of the DePaul University classroom experience, the Learning Support
          Initiative serves as a centralized clearinghouse that directs students in need to the
          appropriate academic support service or resource. The position will begin the strategic
          planning for a centralized University Learning Support Center. The initiative will serve
          all DePaul University students.
     •   Responsible for marketing and informational outreach of services and resources related to
          the initiative.
     •   Facilitate and coordinate academic support workshops for students demonstrating poor
          academic performance as identified by the Academic Progressing Reporting Systems,
          college offices and other institutional departments.
     •   Provide supplemental advisor training and holistic advising systems training to
          departmental and divisional staff.
     •   Provide leadership (chair and/or member) to the following committees: Professional
          Development Committee, Human Dignity Committee, Student Affairs Leadership
          Training, New Student Service Day and Alpha Lambda Delta. Advising committees are
          as follows: Revised First Year Advising Pilot, Online Advising Tool, Advising
          Competencies, Premiere Advising, and Transfer Advising. Responsible for the Division
          of Student Affairs Academic Reporting System (APR). The APR is used as
          performance indicator and alert system for student academic progress.
     •   Responsible for the selection, hiring (and firing), training and supervision of 1 full time
          exempt position, 2 graduate assistants and 30 student staff. Responsible for teaching ISP
          320 and ISP 321 courses.
     •   Responsible for catering contracts, housing contracts, co-curricular engagement materials
          and payment of 30 student staff and 2 graduate interns.
• Perform other duties and assignments as assigned.

    Requirements:

• Masters degree in College Student Personnel/Counseling or related field.
• 1-2 years direct experience in transition programs, academic partnerships or student
    programming at the professional level.
• Must possess high energy, creativity and the ability to work as a team player.
• Must possess excellent communication skills and a strong commitment to student
    development in higher education at an Urban, Catholic University.


We offer competitive salaries, a generous vacation package and flexible work schedules, including
observance of religious holidays. Our tuition program provides full coverage for undergraduate tuition
and taxable coverage for graduate tuition for yourself and members of your immediate family. Other
benefits include a range of individual and family medical, dental and vision-care packages, flexible
spending accounts for medical and dependent care, a 403(b) retirement plan, and a pre-tax transit
program.

Are you interested in joining our team of talented, motivated employees and helping DePaul serve its
students and communities around the world? If so, go to www.depaul.edu and select “Jobs at
DePaul” at the top of the page to submit your cover letter and résumé online for this and other jobs.
Please reference job number [15834].

Required Screening:
All external candidates extended an offer of employment will undergo background screening.

DePaul University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
OMSA Assistant Director – Empowerment and Student Success

DePaul University, the nation’s largest Catholic university, is a private, urban institution with 7
campuses and more than 130 undergraduate and graduate degree programs. The university’s
faculty, students and staff represent a wide range of ethnic, religious and economic backgrounds.

General Summary

This position reports to the Director of Multicultural Student Affairs within the Division of
Student Affairs and provides low-income students, first-generation students and students of color
with direct academic support services, leadership development, crisis management, and
supplemental advising. This position is responsible for developing; assessing and implementing
the Students Together are Reaching for Success (S.T.A.R.S.) peer-to-peer mentoring and
retention initiative serving over 650 first year students of color. This assistant director will
supervise one full-time coordinator, one graduate assistant, and one undergraduate intern, and
thirty-seven undergraduate peer mentors. The position also provides management and
supervision to the Providing Access Through Holistic Success (P.A.T.H.S.) sophomore success
program.

The successful candidate should possess experience working with retention programs for
students of color, insights into potential barriers to this population’s success in higher education,
and experience or training in issues of diversity and multiculturalism. Furthermore, a successful
candidate will have some supervisory experience with undergraduate student leaders or graduate
assistants. Some weekend and evening hours are required components of this position.

Principle Duties and Responsibilities:
Sustained Developmental Programming
Responsible for developing, assessing and implementing the Students Together Are Reaching for
Success program (S.T.A.R.S.) that serves over 650 first year students of color. The coordination
of this program entails managing the day-to-day operations of the program, designing fall and
winter immersion training curriculum, coordinating with campus partners to offer professional
development workshops for the peer mentors, and conducting crisis intervention/advocacy for
the mentors and mentees if necessary. This position also provides general oversight and
assistance to the Providing Access Through Holistic Support program (P.A.T.H.S.), which serves
up to 550 sophomore students of color.

Leadership
Responsible for the selection, hiring, training, direct leadership and supervision of 1 professional
staff coordinator, 37 undergraduate peer mentors, and one graduate assistant. In addition,
manages, assigns, and provides oversight for various projects for office interns, externs and
additional student staff. The assistant director is also responsible for designing and
implementing the vision for their area of operation and the programs and services under their
purview. Finally, the assistant director must provide assistance with OMSA strategic planning
retreats and actively participate in university-wide committees.

Advising and Advocacy
Responsible for monitoring S.T.A.R.S. peer mentor session reports and conducting advocacy
work or crisis intervention for, or on behalf of students, in response to these weekly reports. The
assistant director is also responsible for collaborating with the Dean of Students Office,
Counseling Center and college academic advisors to advocate for low-income students, first-
generation students and students color during crisis situations; providing assistance with early
outreach initiatives with the Office of Admissions and the Center for Access and Attainment.
Research, Presentation and Facilitation
Responsible for researching, facilitating and presenting statistical data, current trends and higher
education best practices to students, staff and faculty on how to improve the success of low-
income students, first-generation students and students of color at DePaul University. Other
duties included presenting at regional and national conferences and attending professional
development workshops.

Other Duties as Assigned.

We offer competitive salaries, a generous vacation package and flexible work schedules,
including observance of religious holidays. Our tuition program provides full coverage for
undergraduate tuition and taxable coverage for graduate tuition for yourself and members of your
immediate family. Other benefits include a range of individual and family medical, dental and
vision-care packages, flexible spending accounts for medical and dependent care, a 403(b)
retirement plan, and a pre-tax transit program.

Are you interested in joining our team of talented, motivated employees and helping DePaul
serve its students and communities around the world? If so, go to www.depaul.edu and select
“Jobs at DePaul” at the top of the page to submit your cover letter and résumé online for this and
other jobs. Please reference job number [15772].

Required Screening:
All external candidates extended an offer of employment will undergo background screening.

DePaul University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
 
Cultural Center Coordinator  
DePaul University, the nation’s largest Catholic university, is a private, urban institution with 7 campuses 
and more than 130 undergraduate and graduate degree programs.  The university’s faculty, students 
and staff represent a wide range of ethnic, religious and economic backgrounds.  
 
General Summary: 
Reporting to the Director of the Cultural Center, the Coordinator develops, facilitates, and assesses 
diversity education curricula for student organizations, the First Year Program, faculty, and staff 
development, and the general student community of DePaul.  The successful candidate will demonstrate 
an understanding of integrated student‐learning and of balancing  the theoretical and the practical, as it 
relates to diversity and multicultural education.  The position is central to helping the Center provide 
diversity education opportunities to the entire DePaul campus and to strengthening the Center's 
relationship with ethnic/cultural student organizations and individuals. 
 
Principle Duties and Responsibilities: 
    • Develop, facilitate, and assess diversity/multicultural education curricula for students and 
         student organizations. 
    • Supervise and monitor all aspects of the Student Allocations Team. 
    • Serve as liaison with Student Life and other offices/departments, as assigned by the Director of 
         the Cultural Center. 
    • Supervise Student‐Workers, as assigned by the Director of the Cultural Center, which may 
         include graduate students. 
    • Help develop and manage the Diversity Education Resource Center. 
    • Serve on Student Affairs committees and participate in the division's work, as assigned.  
    • Manage and complete departmental initiatives. 
    • Help develop and manage the Diversity Education Resource Center. 
    • Perform other duties as assigned. 
 
Requirements: 
    • Combination of a Bachelor's in Education, Social Science, or  similar discipline and at least two 
         years of experience in developing, facilitating, and assessing diversity/multicultural education 
         workshops and/or seminars, preferably in a higher education setting. 
    • Candidates with a Master's and the experience described above may receive favorable 
         consideration. 
    • Must possess a clear understanding of how diversity education impacts student learning, 
         student development, and a values‐based education. 
    • Demonstrated understanding and successful application of diversity education and identity 
         development theories. 
    • Demonstrated commitment to diversity, social justice, human rights, and the ability to lead in a 
         diverse community. 
    • Active participation via workshops, presentations, and/or committee/leadership in higher 
         education national organizations, i.e. NCORE, ACPA, AAC&U, NASPA, and others.  
    • Demonstrated supervisory and "people development" skills. 
    • Ability to function as a member of a team, and the ability to both lead and follow. 
         

    •   Strong assessment skills, especially regarding diversity education. 
    •   Strong technical skills and the ability to use technology to advance diversity education. 
    •   Strategic planning and organizational skills. 
    •   Demonstrated public speaking and general communications skills. 
    •   Ability to manage and oversee multiple projects efficiently. 
    •   Experience collaborating with diverse university leadership and constituency. 
    •   This position requires weekend and evening hours throughout the academic year. This is not a 
         traditional 9 ‐ 5, Monday ‐ Friday position.   

We offer competitive salaries, a generous vacation package and flexible work schedules, including 
observance of religious holidays.  Our tuition program provides full coverage for undergraduate tuition 
and taxable coverage for graduate tuition for yourself and members of your immediate family. Other 
benefits include a range of individual and family medical, dental and vision‐care packages, flexible 
spending accounts for medical and dependent care, a 403(b) retirement plan, and a pre‐tax transit 
program. 
 
Are you interested in joining our team of talented, motivated employees and helping DePaul serve its 
students and communities around the world? If so, go to www.depaul.edu and select “Jobs at DePaul” 
at the top of the page to submit your cover letter and résumé online for this and other jobs.  Please 
reference job number [15797]. 
 
Required Screening: 
All external candidates extended an offer of employment will undergo background screening.  
  
DePaul University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer 
 
 
 
 
 
 One Year Lecturers in Public Relations/Advertising and/or Integrated Marketing
        Communication, College of Communication, DePaul University.




The College of Communication at DePaul University seeks two full-time faculty
members for one-year appointments beginning August 2009. The faculty members will
teach courses in the College’s undergraduate and graduate programs in Public Relations
and Advertising, help foster ongoing dialogue with Chicago-area industry and
professional communities, and support student pre-professional organizations, such as the
College chapters of the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) and
American Advertising Federation (AAF). Ideal candidates will possess a Master’s degree
and either a Ph.D. in Communication, Public Relations, Advertising, Marketing, (or
related field), or at least five years of industry experience with proven ability to sustain
professional community connections. Candidates should be able to teach a variety of
courses in the public relations and advertising curriculum. These might include such
courses as introductory public relations or advertising principles; advertising copywriting
or public relations writing; public relations, advertising and/or IMC campaigns; research
methods; graphic design; public relations and advertising ethics; media planning; and
account management. Prior teaching experience is highly desirable. Applications will be
reviewed on receipt and will be accepted until the positions are filled. To apply,
submit a letter of application, current resumé or C.V., and where possible, evidence of
teaching effectiveness (e.g. a statement of your teaching philosophy, a sample syllabus,
publications and prior teaching evaluations) to: cmnfacultysearch@depaul.edu with
Public Relations/Advertising/IMC Search Committee and your name in the subject line.
Finalists for a position will be asked to provide references. For more information about
the College of Communication, please visit our website at:
http://communication.depaul.edu/. All full-time faculty members receive comprehensive
benefits packages. DePaul University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action
employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.
U.S. History, 1865-1914. DePaul University is accepting applications for a tenure-track
assistant professor in American history, 1865-1914, all subfields welcome, to begin
autumn 2009. Ph.D. preferred, advanced A.B.D. considered. Ability to teach general
education courses and participate in the university’s interdisciplinary programs is
required. Primarily serving an undergraduate student population, the department also
offers a terminal MA in history. To apply, please send the following materials to Chair,
American History Search Committee, Dept. of History, DePaul University, 2320 N.
Kenmore Ave., Chicago, IL 60614: a letter of application, CV, three letters of
recommendation, a sample of scholarship (journal article, introduction from book or
dissertation, or other stand-alone piece not to exceed 40 pages), and a syllabus from a
course taught on some aspect of American history. Review of applications begins on
November 20, 2008. Preliminary interviews will be conducted at the AHA annual
meeting. DePaul is committed to recruiting a diverse faculty to complement the diversity
of its student body. Therefore, applications from underrepresented groups are
particularly encouraged.
                      SCHOOL OF EDUCATION
                     Assistant Dean for Student Affairs

DePaul University, well known for its academic excellence for over 100 years, is the
largest Catholic university in the United States. The School of Education is located in the
Lincoln Park neighborhood on DePaul’s main campus on the north side of Chicago. The
School of Education's mission is to cultivate urban, professional, multicultural educators
and to provide educational experiences that facilitate social transformation. DePaul
University has a strong commitment to building and maintaining a diverse community and
seeks candidates who will enhance this mission.

We are seeking a leader to manage and oversee the processes related to the School of
Education’s undergraduate and graduate student services. The full-time year round
Assistant Dean for Student Affairs will work in conjunction with other schools and offices
of the university on projects and efforts related to student affairs within the School of
Education to:

     --Direct the processes and operations of the Field Experience, Advising, and
       Academic Support Units.

     --Oversee the development and administration of the interactive advising system,
       audit/certification, and other web-delivered student services.

The ideal candidate will have a doctorate degree (ABD accepted) and have at least 5-7
years proven experience in a university environment working with student affairs,
administration, and academic programs. Knowledge of academic and teacher preparation
programs, teacher certification process, and laws and requirements are important.
Candidates should be knowledgeable of state educational program approval regulations as
well as college accreditation requirements. Strong written and oral communication skills
and the ability to function in a team environment are essential.

In addition to a very competitive salary, DePaul University offers a best-in-class benefit
package, generous vacation package and tuition assistance. For immediate consideration,
please visit our careers website at http://www.depaul.edu click on the jobs at DePaul
link to submit your resume on-line. Please reference requisition number 15435. Resumes
sent by email will not be accepted.

Any questions regarding this position should be directed to: Melinda Richard, (312) 362-
7571 or mricha23@depaul.edu.

                     DePaul University is committed to diversity and
                        equality in education and employment.
                                Position Advertising Outlets

1.   National Academic Advising Association (NACADA)
     The National Academic Advising Association has a free job board that advertises positions
     similar to this. Their website is www.nacada.ksu.edu .

2.   Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education. www.naspa.org .
     They have an online placement exchange at http://www.theplacementexchange.org/employers/

3.   College Student Educators International at www.myacpa.org .
     They have an online placement site as well.

4.   The Chronicle of Higher Education online posting at http://chronicle.com/

5.   www.higheredjobs.com for online posting

6.   Diverse Issues in Higher Education at http://www.diverseeducation.com/

7.   Hispanic Outlook at http://www.hispanicoutlook.com/

8.   NPO.net
            Assistant/Associate Professor: Human Services and Counseling

The Human Services and Counseling Program seeks to fill a tenure-track
Assistant/Associate Professor position in school counseling. The ideal candidate should
have the following: strong teaching skills; membership in ACA and potential for
leadership in professional organizations; demonstrated clinical skills; ability to embrace
and convey the mission of a program that emphasizes respect and service to diverse and
marginalized populations; desire to work in tandem with faculty to contribute to a vision
of growth; and a willingness to provide a student-centered approach. Responsibilities
include teaching, research, and service consistent with the qualifications of the applicant
and the needs of the department. Experience with CACREP accreditation preferred.
Applicants are expected to have at least one year of previous experience as a school
counselor with evidence of research in school counseling and an understanding of
national models for transforming school counseling, and the ability to teach different
courses such as group counseling, counseling skills, and practicum/internship in addition
to those in our school counseling concentration, such as career counseling, learning and
classroom management, counseling children and adolescents, and school counseling
program development and evaluation. Minimum qualifications include an earned
Doctorate in Counselor Education. Prior Experience with teaching a diverse student body
required.

DePaul University offers equal employment opportunities to all persons without regard to
race, color, ethnicity, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, marital status,
physical or mental disability, parental status, housing status, source of income or military
status, in accordance with applicable federal, state, and local EEO laws.

Please send a letter of application, curriculum vitae, official transcripts, and three letters
of recommendation to: Department of Leadership in Education, Language and Human
Services, School of Education, DePaul University, Attn: Joy S. Whitman, 2320 N.
Kenmore Avenue, Chicago, IL 60614-3298. Any questions regarding this position should
be directed to Joy S. Whitman, Ph.D, (773) 325-7636 or jwhitman@depaul.edu.

Applications sent by e-mail will not be accepted. Applications will be accepted
immediately and the position will remain open until filled.

								
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