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Dean, School of Business and Management

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Dean, School of Business and Management Job no: 494151 Position Type: Professional Location: Brockport Division/Equivalent: Academic Affairs School/Unit: Administration (School of Business and Management) Categories: Professional Non-Faculty The College at Brockport, State University of New York seeks a visionary leader to become the next Dean of the School of Business and Management, fully accredited by AACSB and NASPAA (www.
brockport.
edu/academics/school_business_management/).
As the chief academic and administrative officer, the Dean will be the leader of the School, facilitating a positive environment for teaching, scholarship, creative activity, research, and service to the College and community.
Reporting to the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, the Dean is responsible for the quality and integrity of academic programs, managing the human and fiscal resources and physical facilities of the School, and is an advocate for students, faculty, and staff.
The Dean is the primary spokesperson for the School on the campus, in the community and beyond, and works collaboratively to ensure productive community support and programmatic input.
In addition, the Dean works cooperatively with College advancement in the continuing efforts to foster and maintain relationships with alumni and donors.
The Dean is expected to engage in collaborative efforts with faculty committees, department chairs, and industry/community partners to advance the College's Strategic Plan.
In addition, the Dean maintains primary responsibility for ongoing AACSB and NASPAA accreditations.
Major Responsibilities and Duties Leadership Provides leadership for all educational activities in the School to ensure academic integrity, high-quality instruction, and excellence in faculty scholarship and service.
Participates in strategic planning processes and leads the School in short-and long-term goal development and implementation.
Collaborates with administrative leadership, faculty, and staff to implement programs and services that advance the University's mission and achieves the School's goals.
Advises the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs on academic matters, such as accreditation, development, and evaluation of academic programs, and budget and personnel matters.
Serves as the liaison between the Office of Academic Affairs and the faculty and staff.
Supports strategic enrollment management goals of the College and will lead the School in the recruitment, retention, and graduation of students who are well prepared for success in graduate school or professional careers.
Budget Management Provides management, oversight, and accountability for the School's budget and fiscal planning, working in the context of integrated budgeting and planning where resources are aligned with strategic priorities.
Oversees the preparation of the School's annual budget and manages budget expenditures.
Personnel Management Provides leadership for the School through direct supervision of personnel in accordance with College policies, procedures, and applicable laws.
Directs and coordinates the activity of department heads and chairs and directors within the School.
Directs the recruitment and professional development of a diverse and talented faculty and staff.
Evaluates the performance of faculty to recommend to the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs appointments, reappointments, continuing appointments, and non-renewals.
Reviews Chancellor's Award nominations and prepares recommendation letters.
Reviews sabbatical leave requests and prepares recommendation letters.
Works closely with department chairs, academic administrators, and human resources staff to address personnel matters as needed.
Reviews salary and merit recommendations from department chairs and the associate deans and makes recommendations to the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs.
Curriculum and Program Development and Assessment and Accreditation Provides oversight to recommend measures for implementing, updating, and improving the School's curriculum.
Supports the faculty in program and curriculum planning, development, and evaluation.
Works with the Vice Provost to prepare new and revised program proposals for SUNY and NYSED.
Works with the Associate Dean and Vice Provost to review and monitor SUNY and NYSED policies and procedures for program revision and new program proposals, and communicates these to relevant departments.
Maintains an awareness of needed knowledge, skills, and abilities in the community and world and identifies new career opportunities that would guide program and degree development.
Ensures annual reporting and assessment activities are completed.
Works with the academic department to ensure problems are identified and measures are taken to continuously improve.
Ensures School departments maintain compliance with all accreditation standards and policies.
Research and Scholarly Activity Advances research, scholarly, and c

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