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Executive Director, University Career Center
University of Oregon
Eugene, Oregon

Posted 1/23/2019

Nestled in the lush Willamette Valley, within an easy drive to both the Pacific Ocean and the Cascade Mountains, the University of Oregon (UO) is renowned for its research prowess and commitment to teaching. Founded in 1876, the UO currently enrolls over 22,980 students from all fifty states and more than 100 countries. Comprised of nine schools and colleges, the University of Oregon is one of just two institutions in the Pacific Northwest selected for membership in the prestigious Association of American Universities and leads the nation in finding creative solutions to environmental challenges. 

Reporting to the Division of Student Life, the University Career Center helps students as they prepare for the world of work and success upon graduation. Through career education and preparation, as well as networking, community building, and connecting students to experiential and employment opportunities, the University Career Center serves as catalyst and incubator that helps transform aspirations into reality. 

The Executive Director provides strategic, data-informed leadership of the UO’s career ecosystem, collaboratively partnering with the campuses’ career and advising professionals to provide students with the guidance, resources, and opportunities needed to launch their professional lives. Providing comprehensive programs, services, and outreach to both students and employers/internship sponsors while deliberately increasing First Destination outcomes is an essential responsibility of the Executive Director. As a key student-success unit, the University Career Center supports the mission of the University serving students across all nine schools and colleges. The Executive Director actively partners with the College of Arts and Sciences and the Division of Undergraduate Studies to blend academic and career center advising, services, programs, and spaces to improve student success and increase appreciation of the real-world application of competencies derived from the study and infusion of arts and sciences across all disciplines. As the UO expert on career development, labor trends, and related career services, the Executive Director will communicate post-collegiate outcomes, share best practices, promote cross-departmental and divisional data sharing, facilitate cross-training of college and career advisors, advance the use of technology, and foster creative strategies and solutions that address evolving needs and expectations of both student and employers. Devising intentional strategies that engage and support career readiness among diverse student populations—including underrepresented, under-resourced, international, non-traditional, and veteran students—is an important priority for the Executive Director and their team. Working within and beyond a newly designed and constructed $39 million facility, Tykeson Hall, the Executive Director will lead a team of 20 administrative, classified, and graduate employees, and is responsible for administering an annual budget of $1.5 million from state general funds, income, grants, and gifts. The Executive Director will report to the Vice President for Student Life and will continuously cultivate and manage a broad spectrum of internal and external working relationships including with faculty; academic and student life administrators; admissions and enrollment management, advancement, alumni relations, and institutional research colleagues; UO alumni; governmental leaders; and employers. 

An advanced degree in student affairs, higher education administration, counseling, business, or related discipline and at least ten years of progressive professional experience in career services, student affairs, corporate recruitment, business, or development are required. The successful candidate will also possess: demonstrated understanding of current issues, best practices, and emerging trends in higher education career services, outcomes assessment, employment trends, and job markets; at least five years of professional experience in personnel management, including supervision of full-time staff, organizational and employee development, and performance management; five or more years of professional budget management experience, including oversight of budget development, revenue generation, and resource allocation; and a strong belief in a liberal arts education coupled with the ability to communicate the value of a liberal arts-based skill set and its relationship to career readiness and success. Additional professional competencies that will be considered in the selection of the Executive Director include: ability to work effectively with persons from culturally diverse backgrounds and to foster inclusive excellence in all facets of one’s work; strong organizational skills, including strategic planning and change management facility; ability to create a vision and gain buy in from key stakeholders; demonstrated leadership and decision-making capability; excellent ability to build collaborative and cooperative partnerships across many, varied constituents and stakeholders including students, family members, faculty, staff, employers, alumni, and donors; a clear passion for enhancing the student experience and advancing student learning; superior written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills; and demonstrated knowledge and facility in applying current and emerging technology to enhance career center operations and services. 

Review of applications will begin February 25, 2019 and continue until the position is filled. A resume with an accompanying cover letter may be submitted via the Spelman Johnson website at Nominations for this position may be emailed to Valerie Szymkowicz at [email protected]. Applicants needing reasonable accommodation to participate in the application process should contact Spelman Johnson at 413-529-2895. 

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The University of Oregon affirms and actively promotes the right of all individuals to equal opportunity in education and employment without regard to any protected basis, including race, color, sex, national origin, age, religion, marital status, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression, or any other consideration not directly and substantively related to effective performance.

Associate Director, Experiential Learning
Boise State University
Boise, Idaho

Posted 1/17/2019

Associate Director, Experiential Learning - (190003)
Job Category: Student Services (Professional)
Department: Career Center
Schedule: Full-time
Closing Date: Feb 8, 2019 

About Us:
Boise State University, powered by creativity and innovation, stands uniquely positioned in the Northwest as a metropolitan research university of distinction. Learn more about Boise State and the City of Boise at Boise State University is committed to increasing the diversity of its faculty, staff, students, and academic program offerings and to strengthening sensitivity to diversity throughout the institution. Boise State University is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer, and members of historically underrepresented groups are especially encouraged to apply. We are a welcoming campus that supports diversity and inclusion. 

Position Overview:
The associate director is a member of the Career Center leadership team and collaboratively works to provide leadership and vision for the Career Center in the establishment of programming, policy, procedures, and assessment to effectively deliver a comprehensive experiential learning program focused on professional development.  The associate director oversees three major program areas in experiential learning: Internships, Work U, and Student Employment. The associate director will work with the experiential learning and employer relations teams to identify, establish, and nurture partnerships with employers designed to enhance relationships with the university. The associate director will also be responsible for establishing strong partnerships with internal partners focused on growing experiential learning and professional development for our students. The associate director will manage experiential learning program operations, conduct program assessment and evaluation, and lead strategic planning efforts for experiential learning focused on professional development. We are looking for an innovative leader with a proven track record of building new programs and re envisioning existing programs in order to take them to the next level 

Duties and Responsibilities: 

  • Use research, best practices, and innovative thinking to expand/refine a comprehensive experiential learning program including internships, Work U, and student employment
  • Design and implement strategies to increase/scale quality opportunities, developing a continuum of experiential learning for our students.
  • Collaborate with faculty/college administrators to further enhance the student and employer experience for experiential learning opportunities focused on professional development.
  • Work collaboratively with faculty and administration to create policy and procedures for ensuring the academic quality and integrity of experiential learning opportunities focused on professional development.
  • Work with experiential learning team to develop and implement a university-wide campaign and outreach programming to increase the awareness and benefits of participation in experiential learning focused on professional development.
  • Develop and implement a fundraising strategy to open access to experiential learning opportunities focused on professional development to all students who want to participate.
  • Work closely with the Employer Relations team to ensure a mutual understanding and coordination of goals and objectives.
  • Manage the day-to-day operations of the Experiential Learning Team.
  • Oversee evaluation and accountability procedures, collect and analyze data, prepare reports on the status and impact of experiential learning programs. 

Minimum Qualifications: 

  • Bachelor’s degree with an emphasis in student affairs, human resource management, or related fields or equivalent combination of professional experience and education.
  • Five years of experience in career services or as part of a human resources or other relevant team in an employer setting
  • One or more years of leadership and management experience 

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Master’s degree with emphasis in student affairs, human resource management or related field
  • Two or more years of leadership and management experience
  • Experience in program assessment, evaluation, and data analysis 

The successful candidate will possess the following knowledge, skills and abilities:

  • Exceptional organization, written and oral communication skills
  • A history of building high functioning teams, identifying individual strengths, and developing talent
  • A motivational and enthusiastic work style
  • The ability to work in a fast-paced environment with a broad range of internal and external constituents
  • Ability to oversee multiple tasks with attention to detail
  • Proven track record of building strong relationships with internal and external stakeholders
  • Experience in participating or leading strategic planning efforts or programs or organizations
  • Interest, experience, and/or ability to promote cultural competency and/or diversity 

Salary and benefits:  Salary for this position is $56,500 yearly. An excellent benefits package is available for eligible employees, for more information visit: . 

Required Application Materials:  Please submit a resume that includes employment history (including dates of employment) and a document answering the following questions: 

1)Tell us about your experience in leading and managing teams.  What are you most proud of?  What were your biggest successes, where have you failed and what did you learn from a failure? 

2)When you are building new programs and/or re envisioning existing programs, what are the most important factors to consider for the success of the program and how do you ultimately know if/when you achieve success? 

3)Tell us about your perspectives and approach to building strong working relationships. Give us an example of a relationship that you are most proud of. 

About the Boise: 

Executive Director
Hull Lifesaving Museum and Boston Rowing Center
Hull, Massachusetts

Posted 1/4/2019

Key Responsibilities of the Executive Director

  • Provide strong leadership, inspiration, and focus for the organization as a whole.
  • Lead initiative to develop new curriculum around HLM’s core strengths and activities, including success metrics. Evaluate program’s accomplishments based on results-driven targets.
  • Act as primary spokesperson for the organization in both the South Shore and Boston.
  • Develop a fundraising strategy and targets, including new initiatives for corporate and individual development and foundations and government grants, while supporting existing annual campaigns and fundraising events.
  • Oversee growth of existing in-school and out-of-school programming.
  • Oversee senior staff as well as finance and administrative and development functions.
  • Develop and maintain effective partnerships related to programs.
  • Work to expand an already committed and active Board of Directors.
  • Work with Board and staff to create support for the organization in the community.

Minimum Requirements

  • Minimum of 3 years of results-driven leadership and management experience.
  • Proven development and fundraising experience – targeting government sources, foundations, corporations, and individuals.
  • Strong financial skills, including developing and managing a budget and reporting to stakeholders.

Desired Skills and Attributes

  • Interest in maritime life, skills, and history is a plus.
  • Demonstrated skills in consensus and community-building initiatives.
  • Experience leading a cultural organization and/or experiential education organization


  • Bachelor’s degree is a minimum requirement, and advanced degree preferred

To apply, please submit cover letter and CV to [email protected] or Hull Lifesaving Museum, PO Box 221. Hull, MA 02045 

Academic Advisor
Labovitz School  of Business and Economics
University of Minnesota Duluth
Duluth, Minnesota

Posted 11/30/2018 

The Labovitz School of Business and Economics at UMD invites applications for an Academic Advisor position (75% appointment).  Applicants must address how they meet each of the required qualifications in their cover letter.  For a complete description of the position and information on how to apply online, please visit and search for job code 327650 .  Complete applications will be reviewed beginning on November 26, 2018.  The University of Minnesota is an equal opportunity educator and employer.

Director of the Westmont in San Francisco Program (WSF)
Westmont College
Santa Barbara, California

Posted 11/30/2018

Oversees educational and co-curricular activities for Westmont College in the San Francisco Bay Area, most notably at the Clunie House on the panhandle of Golden Gate Park.  The primary responsibilities include leadership of the semester-long WSF program.  This is a twelve-month administrative position with faculty rank and status; it is a non-tenure-track role. Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.  

Requirements include: An advanced academic degree such as a PhD in a recognized academic field, or an MBA or other advanced degree that would support the curricular offerings of the program, several years of leadership experience in the academy and or business; a record of innovative or entrepreneurial work is desired. Other requirements include: a demonstrated record as a successful teacher and ability to affirm the Christian mission of Westmont College; support the Community Life Statement and adhere to its behavioral expectations;  have a clear understanding of and ability to articulate the distinctives of a Christian Liberal Arts education;  ability to cultivate a high performing team; excellent communication and interpersonal skills together with the ability to work collaboratively and courteously with others; ability to meet deadlines, strong organizational skills, interpersonal skills; excellent listening and conflict resolution skills. 


  • Provide general leadership for the WSF program:  setting the vision, developing curricula, and encouraging quality and innovation.
  • Recruit, motivate and manage 1 WSF faculty and 2 staff members and evaluate their performance.
  • Manage the WSF operating budget.
  • Develop and implement the marketing and recruitment strategy for Westmont students and students from other colleges.
  • Teach 1-2 classes each semester (approximately 10-12 units per year).
  • Explore and pursue programs and opportunities for non-tuition revenue.  While the primary focus will be on the semester-long WSF program, the Director must be entrepreneurial in developing other forms of educational programing in the area that Westmont could offer.
  • Build effective partnerships on the Westmont campus and elsewhere that will support the advancement of the WSF program.
  • Provide leadership and oversight of community and student life (including student discipline, orientation week, retreats and other community events).  Maintain good communication with the Student Life staff on campus in maintaining policies and caring for student needs.
  • Lead the program review efforts and assessments of student learning.
  • Manage the program admissions process.
  • Oversee facilities maintenance of the Clunie House.
  • Expectations for workplace demeanor include but are not limited to: working collaboratively and harmoniously with  others by sharing ideas and resources willingly, constructively and positively; listening to and respectfully considering the ideas and perspectives of others; readily admitting and correcting personal mistakes; meeting commitments; keeping others who may be affected informed about work progress; addressing problems constructively to discover practical solutions acceptable to all parties; working promptly toward reconciliation during conflict; respecting the diversity of our community in words and deeds
  • Other duties as assigned. 

Reports to:  Director of Global Education                                                  

Associate Dean for Extension and Outreach
University of Georgia (UGA) College of Family and Consumer Sciences
Athens, Georgia

Posted 11/19/2018

The College of Family and Consumer Sciences (FACS) and UGA Extension seek a nationally recognized leader in university outreach, extension and related scholarly endeavors to serve as Associate Dean for Extension and Outreach with rank of Professor with tenure. Allocation of effort is 75% public service and outreach and 25% applied research. Applicants must hold an earned doctorate in discipline relevant to the position, demonstrated leadership at a management level within an outreach or Cooperative Extension program or unit, demonstrated ability to secure external funding in support of applied research and public service outreach programs, and demonstrated scholarly work as evidence by peer-reviewed publications. To be eligible for tenure on appointment, candidates must be appointed as full professor, have been tenured at a prior institution, and bring a demonstrably national reputation to the institution. They also must be approved for tenure upon appointment for hire. The Associate Dean reports to the Dean of the College. The position is 12-months and begins July 1, 2019 or as negotiated. 

The Associate Dean will inspire an expansive vision for a world-class Extension and outreach program of FACS within a leading land-grant university. He or she will build relationships through various leadership and program development groups, working closely with administrators in the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, UGA Extension, Office of the Vice President of Public Service and Outreach and other colleges and units for the successful application of research base of the university to priority needs of the state and foster integrated research and outreach approaches to program development and evaluation. The Associate Dean will lead through the Georgia Clinical Translational Science Alliance community engaged research committee to address health and wellness needs, particularly in rural and underserved populations by strengthening existing and expanding new research collaborations and by enriching interprofessional education to include personnel from FACS, pharmacy and other disciplines so that they can learn how to work together as a team to discover new approaches and treatments that improve health outcomes. 

The University of Georgia (UGA), located in Athens, a land-grant and sea-grant university with statewide commitments and responsibilities is the state’s oldest, most comprehensive, and most diversified institution of higher education. UGA has approximately 36,000 students and has been consistently ranked as one of the top public institutions of higher education in the United States. For more information about Athens, visit; and for Georgia, visit Celebrating 100 years 1918-2018, Family and Consumer Sciences is guided by the signature motto “Knowledge for Real Life.” FACS faculty and students study and apply the principles of design and business, the sciences and technologies to develop healthier people and thriving communities through more effective educators and a high-tech global workforce. More than 75 faculty, 1,780 undergraduates and 300 graduate students are involved in teaching, research and outreach programs in the fields of child and family development; foods and nutrition; financial planning, housing and consumer economics; and textiles, merchandising and interiors. Through funding from UGA Extension and the FACS, department-based specialists in cooperation with county-based agents of the College of Agricultural and the Environmental Sciences extend lifelong learning to the people of Georgia through researchbased education in agriculture, the environment, communities, youth and families. FACS Extension helps Georgians become healthier, more productive, financially independent and environmentally responsible. Extension specialists and agents stay in touch with issues relevant to people in local communities through county Extension offices. The college’s outreach programs, in addition to UGA Extension emanates from specialized centers and institutes, include the Institute on Human Development and Disability, Georgia Initiative for Community Housing, ASPIRE Clinic, and others. Additional information about the college and university can be found at: and


Applications received by January 30, 2019 will receive full consideration. Position is open until filled. Complete applications will include a letter of application, a vita, a copy of transcript for graduate study, and names and contact information for three references. The applications and supporting documents should be uploaded via the UGAJobs

Questions about this position or the application process should be directed to Dr.Lynn Bailey ([email protected]) or Ms. Janet Fowler ([email protected]). 

The University of Georgia is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, ethnicity, age, genetic information, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, or protected veteran status. Persons needing accommodations or assistance with the accessibility of materials related to this search are encouraged to contact Central HR ([email protected]). Please do not contact the department or search committee with such requests.

Last Updated on Wednesday, January 23, 2019 11:11 AM