University of Idaho
Associate Dean of Students
$95,910 or higher depending on education and experience
The Associate Dean of Students is a key position for the retention and success of students at the University of Idaho. The Associate Dean of Students will report to the Vice Provost for Student Affairs & Dean of Students and will have a major leadership role in providing care and concern responses for students. This individual will be a member of the Student Affairs Executive Leadership Team and a primary leader in the Dean of Students Office who coordinates student intervention and retention programs and strategies to address student behavior of concern.
The associate dean will supervise the following functional areas: CARE program responses and student case management, Student Conduct & Community Standards, and Violence Prevention Programs. The associate dean will coordinate elements of the student conduct system and will lead other appropriate responses to students who display behavior that indicates distress. The associate dean will also provide leadership to the Dean of Students Office team, creating assessments and compiling appropriate year-end reports, assessing progress of initiatives engaged in. The associate dean will be a key liaison with campus partners, addressing behavior of concern and participating in appropriate campus-wide committees that have impact on the student experience, including but not limited to the Associate Deans Council, Bias Response Team, CARE team, and various other campus groups as assigned.
Education: Masters Degree in Higher Education, Counseling, Student Personnel, Human Resources, or Leadership Studies PLUS 3 years related experience.
Strong Knowledge of: management practices, student development theory, student engagement and risk reduction programs and initiatives.
Experience: Coordinating elements of university student conduct systems; developing and coordinating procedures/processes for at-risk students; supervising staff; providing liaison with customer/provider groups; interpreting federal or state regulations; developing, promoting, and gaining project support, interpreting and explaining specialized or complex material into information usable by the public.
Ability to: travel, work weekends, after regular business hours and holidays.
Education: Ph.D. in Higher Education, Counseling, Student Personnel, Human Resources, Leadership Studies, or Doctorate in related field.
Knowledge, Skills and Professional Characteristics desired but not required:
5+ years of Higher Education experience.
Knowledge of: initiatives that promote academic success and persistence and strategies for implementation; assessment functions.
Physical Requirements & Working Conditions:
Open Until Filled:
This position is open until filled, with a first consideration date of February 28, 2019.
Applicants who are selected as final possible candidates may be required to pass a criminal background check.
To apply, please visit: jobs.uidaho.edu
University of Idaho is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Veterans/Disability Employer.