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Assistant Vice Chancellor For Student Affairs And Dean Of Students

The Assistant Vice Chancellor reports directly to the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs and serves as a member of the Vice Chancellor’s leadership team. She or he will be responsible for a portfolio that includes the Office of the Dean of Students, the Ole Miss Student Union, the Office of Conflict Resolution and Student Conduct, the Center for Inclusion and Cross-Cultural Engagement, as well as Student Advocacy. Other responsibilities include directing and coordinating crisis response and case management; advising students and student organizations; serving as liaison to faculty and staff committees; teaching the Chancellor’s Leadership Class and/or other courses; developing and interpreting policies; managing budgets; coordinating various University events and functions; serving as liaison to parents and alumni; serving as chair of the Student Intervention Team (SIT); overseeing of the Bias Incident Response Team (BIRT); serving as chair of the Who’s Who/Hall of Fame Committee; and representing the Division of Student Affairs on other committees as assigned by the Vice Chancellor.


Qualifications and Experience:

This position requires a master’s degree in higher education/student affairs administration or a related field and seven (7) years of work experience related to the above described duties.
Position requires a record of effective leadership; responding to and manage student crisis situations; utilization of initiative and creativity in dealing with complex and sometimes sensitive issues; evidence of excellent critical thinking and problem-solving skills; and proven ability to handle confidential information; leadership in planning, implementing, assessing, and advocating for a wide range of learning opportunities and services with a student-centered approach; experience in financial management and staff development; cultural competence, knowledge of issues and trends in student learning and outcomes assessment, policy development and strategic planning; and proven record of leading a team of diverse colleagues to foster collaboration and engagement between the campus and the broader community.


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City: University
Country: United States

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