HILLSBOROUGH by yaoyufang


									                                                                                                       Assistant, Associate or Full Professor
                                           COMMUNITY                                                     The Lillie & Nathan Ackerman
                                            COLLEGE                                                    Distinguished Visiting Professorship
                                                                                                       of Equality and Justice in America
               SIGN LANGUAGE STUDIES                                                                         School of Public Affairs
                 Highland Lakes Campus                                                       Baruch College, a senior college of the City University of New York, seeks
Oakland Community College, a multi-campus institution in Oakland                             applications for and nominations to the Lillie & Nathan Ackerman Visiting
                                                                                             Professorship of Equality and Justice in America. The successful candidate is
County, Michigan is a student-centered community dedicated to provid-                        expected to conduct research and teach on subjects that address policy, intellec-
ing quality learning opportunities for individuals, the community and                        ma!, and practical challenges posed by racial and cultural diversity and inequal-
organizations on an accessible, affordable basis. OCC is seeking a Fac-                      ity in the United States. Rank and salary are commensurate with qualifications
ulty Instructor who values diversity, shared responsibility, open commu-                     and experience. Travel reimbursement, computing, graduate assistant and other
nication, personal empowerment, integrity and ethical commitment.                            support available. The length of the visiting professorship is from a minimum of
Faculty must be committed to using modero technology in the classroom.                       one semester to a maximum of three years.
SIGN LANGUAGE STUDIES INSTRUCTOR - MASTER’S                                                  A Ph.D. or equivalent in a relevant field of social inquiry or public policy, a
DEGREE, or higher or equivalent in AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE,                                   record of excellence in teaching and academic publications and/or publications
INTEtLPRETING, SIGN LANGUAGE STUDIES, DEAF EDUCA-                                            in equivalent professional settings required. Senior social science scholars and
TION, DEAF STUDIES/SIGN LANGUAGE TRA1NING~ LINGUIS-                                          legal and policy professionals are particularly encouraged to apply, as are can-
TICS, SPECIAL EDUCATION - DEAF and HARD of HEARING                                           didates with the capacity to enhance the School’s connections between public
                                                                                             sector and non-governmental agencies committed to promoting equality and
 The following may be substituted for the Master’s degree:                                   social justice. We are especially interested in candidates with research, as well
  a. Bachelor’s degree in the discipline or related field and five years of                  as teaching, interests in the areas of education, health care, or nonprofit/civil
     recent work experience in the area, or                                                  society organizations.
  b. An Associate degree in the discipline or related field and eight                        The School of Public Affairs, a Flagship institution of the CUNY system, spe-
     years of recent work experience                                                         cializes in teaching, research, and service in the areas of municipal government,
                                                                                             nonprofit administration, policy analysis and evaluation, health care policy and
 One of the following is preferred:                                                          educational administration. The School offers graduate, undergraduate and
 ¯ American Sign Language Teacher’s Association Certification, or                            executive degree programs, and houses nationally recognized research centers,
 ¯ Sign Communication Proficiency Interview, or                                              including the Center for Equality, Pluralism and Policy, among others. Visit our
  ¯ Interpreter Certification: RID CI, CT; NAD, NAD-RID-NIC.                                 web sites at www.baruch.cuny.edu.spa and www.baruch.cuny.edudjobs for addi-
                                                                                             tional details.
 Five years of experience teaching Sign Language.
                                                                                             Please send a cover letter, curriculum vitad, and the names and contact informa-
 Successful applicant will have the ability to work as a team member in                      tion of three professional references, by February 20, 2007 to: Ms. Sonia R.
 a multi-cultural diverse working environment. Experience with multi-                        Jarv~s, Chair, Aekerman Search Committee, School of PuNk Affairs,
 cultural students and staff preferred.                                                      Office of the Dean, Barueh College/CUNY, One Bernard Barueh Way,
                                                                                             Box D-0901AVP, New York, NY 10010
 Detailed information is available for these positions on the OCC web
 site at www.oaklandce.edu/employment
 Applicants must. complete an application form. Applications will be
                                                                                                                          [~art~eh¢OLLEOE          The City U.iversity of Hew York
 accepted through 5:00 p.m. on Friday, February 2, 2007. Contact the
 OCC Job Hotline at 248-341-2023.
 Refer to Position #06F19                                                                                     Baruch College is an AA!EO/[RCA/ADA employer, and
                                                                                                               encourages applications from minorities and women
       Members of the protected groups are encouraged to apply
       OCC ix an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer

                                                                                                                                                          600 W. College Drive
                                                                                                                                                          Avon Park, FL 33825
HILLSBOROUGH                                                                                                                                                 (863) 453-6661
                                                                                                                                                           K~X (863) 784-7497
                                                                                                                                                       jobs@ maiLsouthflorida.edu
                    Community College
The College is seeking to tilt tenured-track l~aculty positions for Academic Year 2007 to 2008 (starting
Aug-ast 2007) in: Business Administration, Computer Science, Denta! Hy~ene, English, English for Aca-                               Dean, Arts and Sciences
demic Purposes, History, Hospitality and Tourism, Humanities, Mathematics, Nursing, Physical Sciences,
Physics, Reading Radiation Therapy, Speech and Sociology. See the HCC Employment website                                        SFCC is seeking a dynamic
http://jobs.hecfl.edu/and view Search Positions to review the educational and preferred qualifications for
each discipline. To be considered, applicants must have been awarded the quaiiffying ~aduate degree or                          leader %r the division of Arts
uaduate semester hours by December 2006. See the advertisements for the requirements for submitting                             and Sciences. Earned doctor-
a copy of uaduate transcripts. "Fine facttlty entry salary for Academic Year 2007-2008 wi!l be negotiated                       ate and 5 yrs. adminiteaching
with the Paculty union; ent~. salary for this academic year was $41,300 for applicants with a Master’s
de~ee/t 8 uaduate semester hours in fiqe field.                                                                                 exp. req. Visit our website for
                                                                                                                                complete details. Visit our
See HCC Employment website http:i/jobs.hccfl.edu/ to (1) create!save application and (2) appiy ~r                               website for complete position
position. Job close dates are shown on the advertisements for each discipline.
                                                                                                                                announcement and application
[~Wlsborough CommuniP/ Co![ege is dedicated to the concept of equal opportunity and ~Oigrmagve act.ion                          procedures.Deadline: 1/15/07.
and doe~ not discriminate on ~ke ~asis of race, colo~ religion, gende~ age, national origin, marlin! ~rams,
sexz~al o~entarion, or disabi~i~ statz~s ~n its erap~o),ment practices.                                                         ~A.iE O.
                      BALTIMORE CITY COMMUNITY
                      COLLEGE (BCCC) is a State-Supported multi-
                      racial, multi-ethnic, comprehensive two-year
                      degree granting college. Resumes are being                              Department of Academic Services
                      acceptedJbr the following Positions:                                                    2 positions available
                                                                                     The University of San Francisco seeks a Senior Director of Regional
                                                                                     Campuses and Assistant Director of International Admission.

               Vice President for Academic Affairs                                   The Senior Director of Regional Campuses will develop means and methods
The Vice President for Academic Affairs provides leadership in the academic          to facilitate communication between and among school/college
plannino manaoemeat and developmeut of innovative and highest quality credit         administrators, faculty and students at the regional campus, main campus
programs as well as fiscal accountability and supervision of faculty and staff.      and regional colleagues. Enhance existing coordination with the School of
The Vice President works in concert with the facu ty m~d staff to set the vision     Education and the College of Professional Studies, and expand
for the Academic Affairs Branch, within the mission of the College. An eamed         communication with other campus schools and colleges.
doctoram from a regionally accredited institution, with qnalifications for
appointment as associate professor or professor required. An experienced             Requirements:
commnnity college administrator, with a minimum of 5 or more years at the            Master’s degree, preferably in higher education, educational administration,
Dean’s level or above in a multi-cultnra! setting. Salary: $94,000-$107,000.
Respond to Ad. No. P6-092.                                                           or marketing. Three to five years experience in recruitment and advising,
                                                                                     with specific experience in working with adult students, corporate outreach,
                 Vice President for Student Affairs                                  and educational program development.
The Vice President for Student Affairs will be an experienced and dynamic
educational leader who serves as the senior student affairs officer for Baltimore    The Assistant Director of International Admission will be responsible for
City Corru’annity College. responsible to the President for maintaining BCCC’s       recruitment of prospective international freshman and transfer students,
commitment to a comprehensive program of educational support services for            evaluation of admission applications, making admission decisions, and
students. Master’s degree required; Doctoral degree preferred. Recent student        managing programs that contribute to the University’s enrollment and
affairs experience with a minimum of 3-5 years at the senior leadership level.
Demonstrated supervisory and organizatkmal skills; including a willingness to        academic needs.
explore new paradi~,ms to improve the qu~’dity of student services and to increase
efficiency. Salary: ~4,000 - $107,000. Respond to Ad. No. P6-093,                    Requirements
                                                                                     Bachelor’s degree required. Ability to develop mutually beneficial
          Vice President of Institutional Advancement                                relationships with many different constituencies such as students, families
The Vice President, Institutional Advancement is the College’s lead external         and faculty and staff colleagues. Ability to travel abroad and within the
affairs officer and reports to aud works closely with the President. The Vice        United States. Understanding of and commitment to USPs Vision, Mission
President works interdependently with key officers of the College,                   and Values.
providing direction, support and advice for the College’s major external
initiatives, including special events, and builds relationships with key                      For detailed job description, requirements and to apply,
business and community representatives and organizations. Master’s degree
required. An administrator with recent academic experience, with a                              please visit our web site at http:llwww.usfiobs.com
minimum of 3-5 years at the senior leadership level or above. Demonstrated
management and organizational skills; including a willingness to explore              The University of San Francisco is a Jesuit Catholic University founded in
 new paradigms to improve efficiency and effectiveness. Salary: $94,000 -             1855 to educate leaders who will fashion a more humane and just w.ortd.
$107,000. Respond to Ad. No. P6-091.                                                  Candidates should demonstrate a commitment to work in a culturally diverse
                        Dean of Arts and Sciences                                     environment and to contribute to the mission of the University.
 The Deaaa of the Arts and Sciences Division reports to the Vice President for        USF is an Equal Opportunity Employer dedicated to affirmative action and
 Academic Affairs and provides academic and administrative leadership in
 support of arts and sciences curricula. An earned doctorate from an accredited       to excellence through diversity. The University provides reasonable
 college or university in a discipline taught in the Division, with qualifications    accommodations to qualified applicants with disabilities upon request.
 for faculty appointment as assistant professor or above required. Expertise in
 curriculum development, program evaluation, learning ontcomes assessment,
 planning, personnel snpervision and fiscal management esseutial. An
 experienced community college administrator, with a minimam of two years
 or above experience as department chair or the equivalent (e.g., accreditation
 chair, program coordinator, project director, key research project investigator,
 strategic planning chair) in a multi-cultura! setting. Salary: $62,470
 $90,62t. Respond to Ad. No. P6-094.
     Dean of Nursing, Allied Health and Human Services
 The Dean provides administrative leadership to the Nursing, Allied Health
 and Human Services Division and reports to the Vice President for                                                   Communil-y College
 Academic Affairs. An earned master’s degree reqnired, doctorate preferred,
 from an accredited college or university in a discipline taught in the                The College seeks to ~!l Vice President for Student Services and
 Division, with qualifications for a faculty appointment as assistant                  Enrollment Management position (District Offices in Tampa).
 professor or above. Expertise in curriculum development, program
 evaluation and accreditation, learning outcomes assessment, planning,                 Responsible for the leadership and implementation of College-wide
 personnel supervision and fiscal management essential. An experienced                 student services programs and initiatives to include enrollment
 community college administrator, with a minimum of two years or above                 management, access programs, student retention, admissions and
 experience as department chair or ~he equivalent (e.g.. accreditation chair,          records, recruitment, new student orientation, advisement, career
 program coordinator, project director, key research project investigator,             planning, financial aid, minority recruitment and retention, students
 strategic planning chair) in a multi-cultural setting. Salary: $62.470
 $90,621 : negotiable. Respond to Ad. No. P64~5.                                       with disabilities, and student support services. Must have at least:
                                                                                       (1) Master’s (prefer doctorate) and (2) ten years related work expe-
                                                                                       rience (prefer at least fixe years as higher education senior admin-
     For complete iob postings, dosing dc~tes end filing                               istrator). President will d~tennine salary wffhin range ot" $83,999
             procedures visit www.bccc.edu                                             to 5t40.278 based on qualifications and experience.
  Application materials ma~ !:v sent to: hr@I~cc.edn or to ()I~ice of IIu,nan          See HCC Employment website http:#jobs.hecfl.edu to review
  Resources, Baltimore Cit3 Communit) College, 2t~Ol ISbecty Ffeights                  job posting and For instructions to (1) create sa~e application and
  Avenue, HH 208, Bultimore, M[aoland 2!2 !5. \\hen >u, bmkfi ng y~c~r resume.         (2) apply ~or posffion. Position closes Augus~ I!th. 2006. ~ills-
  please include ha the su[2}ect ih~e the complete Position Title and ~,d #            bo~ough Communin’ Co//<ze i~ m~ Eq~al Oi~’~or~m~ib
  p,asition for which you are applying.

30     DIVERSE I Ju~¥ 27, 2006
                                                                      VOLUNTEER STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
            HILLSBOROUGH                                                                    Dean
                                                                                    (Position # 000580)
                         Community College                                Social Science and Education Division
                                                                                  Full-Time, Fiscal Year
The College seeks to fill the Campus President - SouthShore
Campus position. Responsible for the effective management             Applications are being accepted for full-time, fiscal year position of
and general administration/operation of the new campus. Pro-          Division Dean for Social Science and Education. Master’s Degree
motes and enhances the educational programs in the areas of           in a discipline appropriate to the Social Science and Education Divi-
academic affairs, student services and support services. Effec-       sion required. An earned Doctorate is preferred. Applicants must
tively selects, allocates, utilizes and manages human; fiscal         have demonstrated evidence of significant, effective teaching expe-
                                                                      rience of courses at the community college level in Economics,
and physical resources. Directs and oversees the supervision of       Education, Geography, Health, History, Human Services, Physical
campus deans, faculty and staffemployees. Requires at least a         Education, Political Science, Psychology, Recreation, Sociology or
Master’s degree and at least seven years of prior-related work        related fields. Demonstrated leadership and five (5) years relevant
experience. Prefer applicants with (1) doctorate degree, (2)          administrative experience are required. Community College expe-
five or more years experience as a senior administrator in            rience is preferred. Experience in teaching or administration of dis-
higher education, and (3) capability to oversee the develop-          tance learning is desired. Responsibilities include effective
ment of a new campus which is intended to be the most tech-           management of an academic unit in the area of personnel evalua-
no!ogically, environmentally-sensitive and energy-efficient           tion, scheduling, program development, budget, recruiting, student
campus in the district with campus programs that match the            advisemei~t, motivation of faculty and institutional effectiveness.
diverse community needs. The President will determine the             Some teaching and!or other duties will be assigned. The position is
salary between within the range $82,757 to $138,205 based on          open unti! filled with preference given to those who apply by
                                                                      November 8, 2005. Salary is commensurate with salary scale, edu-
qualifications and experience.                                        cation and experience. Download an application at our web site at
                                                                      www.volstate.edu. (ALL CORRESPONDENCE MUST
See HCC Employment vvebsite http://jobs.hcctl.edui to review          INCLUDE POSITION TITLE AND POSITION NUMBER.)
full job description (preferred qualifications and supplemental
information) and instructions to (1) create/save application and      Apply To:
(2) apply for position. Position closes November 13th, 2005.                           HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICE
Hillsborough Community College is dedicated to the concept of                         Volunteer State Community College
equal opportunity and aj~rmative action and does not discrimi-                                1480 Nashville Pike
nate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, age, national                             Gallatin, TN 37066
origin, marital status, sexual orientation, or disability status in
its employment practices.                                             Volunteer State Communi& College is an AA/ADA/EEO Employer.

                                                                                           COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY
                                  NEW LONDON, NEW HAMPSHIRE                                 New York, New York
                                Colby-Sawyer, an independent
                                coeducational college creatively
                                combining liberal and profes-
                                                                                  Executive Vice President
  Colby-Sawyer                  sional studies, invites applica-
                                tions and nominations for the
                                                                                    for Communications
                                                                       Columbia University is seeking an Executive Vice President for
    College                     position of president.                Communications to teed the University’s internal and external
                                                                      communications. The Executive Vice President reports to the President
                                 The college has designed an          and is a member of his Leadership team. Working closely with the
imaginative Liberal Studies Program at the foundation of its          University’s senior Leadership, deans, and faculty, the Executive Vice
academic program, where the integration of curriculum and              President wiLL play a central, role in developing and executing strategies
co-curriculum and the unique focus on individual student develop-     to strengthen CoLumbia’s national Leadership role and to communicate
                                                                      effectively its academic, research, and service missions to a wide variety
ment together provide the college with an distinctive profile in      of constituencies. This position is a key s~rategic and managerial role in
the fabric of New England higher education. The next Colby-           the CotumNa administration.
        president should be prepared to provide strong academic
leadership, sustain consultative planning efforts, enhance            The ideal, candidate will bring demonstrated success in a senior-tore[
                                                                      communications and public affairs rote in a highly complex, decentralized
revenue streams, and promote the diversity of the educational
                                                                      organization, preferably in academia or government, broad experience
experience and the college community. The complete Search             with punic policy issues, particuLarLy those having an impact on higher
Profile with additional information about Colby-Sawyer may be         education and health care, an appreciation of the unique character and
found at www.colbv-sa~ or v~,~w.academic-search.org.                  contributions of higher education to the publ.ic good and a record of
                                                                      success creating and implementing communications strategies.
The search is being assisted by:
       Dr. Thomas B. Courtice, Senior Consultant                      Art inquiries, nominations and appl.ications should be directed,
         Academic Search Consultation Service                         preferably e[ectronicaUy and in strict confidence, to:
                                                                      3099@imsearch.com or: Barbara Stevens, isaacson Mil.l.er,
            tom.conrtice(~academic-search.org                         1875 Connecticut Avenue NW, #710 Washington, DC 20009
                     Phone: 614/405-9209                              Telephone: 202 682-1504, Emait: bstevens@imsearch.com or
  Co!by-Sawyer CoIlege actively e~courages diversity arnor~g          Stephanie Fide[, Isaacson, lqit[er, 334 Boy[ston Street,
                students, facutZy, arid staff                         Suite 500, Boston, HA 02118 Tetephone: &17-252-&500,
                                                                      Emait: sfide[@imsearch,com
                                         Community College                                                               IN HIGHER
                                             Orlando, Florida
   The college is currently recruiting for the following 10-month, tenure-track positions beginning
   August, 2004.
                                              Digital Media                         English
                                                                                                                          Available through
   Dental Hygiene
   English as a Second Language               Humanities/Philosophy                 Information Technology
     for Academic Purposes                    Mathematics                           Music
   Nursing                                    Psychology                            Speech
   Application Deadline: February 12, 2004. For consideration, applicants must submit a completed Valen-
   cia Community College application fo~ EACH position, photocopies of transcripts for all post-secondary                    in one or
   work showing degree conferred, and a written statement describing his/her concept of a/earning-centered                  more of the
   institution. It is the applicant’s responsibility to have foreign transcripts evaluated by an authorized evalu-      following formats:
   ation service by the application deadline. To view the minimum required qualifications and download the
   required employment application, please visit our website at http://valenciacc.edu/jobs or for an applica-
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   lege (HCC) is a dynamic multi-campus, state-supported Community College accredited by the                               ProQuest®
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   diverse, multicultural environment dedicated to serving our students and our community.                                 Ethnic NewsWatch,
   HCC seeks qualified applicants to apply for full-time, tenured-track faculty positions for 2004-                        and/or
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   religion, gender, age, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, or disabili{y status in                  Call toll-free
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   cation, counseling, advising or related areas preferred. 3 years demonstrated experience working                     300 North Zeeb Road
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   with a minimum salary of $36,475. Application and nomination deadline is January 30, 2004. To                        313-761-1203 fax
   insure consideration, application must be received by the deadline date. For a full position descrip-
   tion, see: http://www.ohr.wisc.edu. Send resume with list of 3-5 references and cover letter referring
   ~o Position Listing ~46254 ~o: Betty Brattrud, Search and Screen Coordinator, UNIVERSITY
   OF WISCONSIN-MADISON, B12 Bascom Hall, 500 Lincoln Drive, Madison, W! 53706, Phone:
   6t18/262-4852, EmaiI: BRATTRUD@WISC.EDU
   Unless confidentiaUty is requested in writing, information regarding applicants must be released upon
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