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The College of Business Administration, at California State University -Sacramento (CSUS) is looking for an Associate Dean for Faculty &
The Associate Dean for Faculty & Research (ADFR) has oversight of policies, procedures, and processes that are
consistent with fostering and maintaining a high-quality and productive faculty in the College of Business Administration (CBA). The ADFR
carries out activities that further a productive and collaborative culture among CBA faculty. The ADFR works in tandem with the Associate
Dean for Academic Programs (ADAP), is a member of the senior CBA leadership team, and reports to, and may at times act as the designee of,
In collaboration with the Dean, the Associate Dean for Academic Programs (ADAP), and various constituencies, the ADFR
is responsible for facilitating resource allocation and faculty development activities to further the instructional and scholarly excellence
for the College. The ADFR has oversight of processes related to carrying out, reporting on, and evaluating contract research, grants, and
other faculty scholarly activities.
The ADFR is responsible for the personnel management for the College, including but not
limited to Tenured/Tenure Track and Part-time (temporary) faculty recruitment and on-boarding; leave management; Retention, Tenure and/or
Promotion process; Part-time (temporary) faculty evaluation; and Faculty Issue Resolution Management.
The ADFR is also
responsible in ensuring that CBA definitions and policies related to scholarship are current with AACSB and WASC standards and interacts
with the accreditation team in collaboration with other CBA leaders in the various accreditation processes in the college and the
- Doctorate or equivalent from an accredited university in a business or
- A strong record of accomplishment in the areas of teaching,
research, and service that would merit appointment as a Full Professor in one academic area of the College of Business Administration
- Must be “Current” and “Scholarly Academic” under AACSB standards
- Record of substantive participation in the Association to
Advance Collegiate School of Business (AACSB) accreditation preparation and review process under the 2013 AACSB Standards
- Experience with faculty recruitment, Retention, Tenure and/or Promotion, and Faculty Annual Review processes
- Experience in
- Demonstrated experience handling administrative responsibilities in a higher education environment equivalent
to department chair level or higher
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES
- Demonstrated commitment to diversity;
and experience in working within an ethnically and culturally diverse academic community
- Evidence of ability to determine
priorities, effectively manage multiple projects, and set and meet deadlines
- Demonstrated ability to analyze and implement creative
solutions to complex problems or challenges
- Evidence of promoting scholarly excellence through service, mentorship, or similar
- Evidence of advanced interpersonal skills and demonstrated ability to establish, maintain, and model effective working
relationships with various constituencies including faculty, students, and staff within and across the university
record of high quality written and oral communication for varied audiences
- Demonstrated ability to work in a shared governance
environment or similar organizational setting
CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT
- Ability to pass background
Candidates can apply by going to the CSUS jobs page: https://csus.peopleadmin.com/postings/2449
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