Open executive Job in Academic & University Vice President of Academic Affairs and Academic Dean


Location:


Philadelphia, PA


Category:


Executive – Academic Vice Presidents and Provosts


Application Due:


Open Until Filled


Notes:

marked as a Priority
and included in Diversity and Inclusion Email
United Lutheran Seminary invites applications for the position of Vice President of Academic Affairs and Academic Dean, beginning July 1,
2018. The Vice President of Academic Affairs and Academic Dean takes overall responsibility for the supervision and support of faculty; for
the design, implementation, and assessment of academic programs and policies; and, for the development and management of all academic
offices. Along with administrative experience, the successful candidate will have a strong record of teaching and scholarship in theological
education.

The VPAA/AD is a member of the faculty with rank commensurate with training and experience, with a three year,
renewable contract. The VPAA/AD is elected by the Board of Trustees and reports directly to the President.
Please send a cover letter,
vita, and the contact information of three references to President Theresa F. Latini, c/o Director of Human Resources, hr@uls.edu.

Application review will begin on November 1; applications received by
this time will receive full consideration, but the search will remain open until the position is filled. For a complete job description and
to learn more about United Lutheran Seminary, see https://www.unitedlutheranseminary.edu/job-openings/vp-for-academic-affairs-and-academic-dean/


Contact:


Human Resources
United Lutheran Seminary


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