Assistant/Associate Dean of School of Continuing Studies and Director of Evening Business Programs

Location
Washington, United States
Salary
Salary Commensurate with experience
Posted
May 26, 2021
Position Type
Administrative, Deans
Employment Level
Administrative
Employment Type
Full Time

POSITION TITLE: Assistant/Associate Dean of School of Continuing Studies and Director of Evening Business Programs
DEPARTMENT: Whitworth School of Business (WSB) and School of Continuing Studies (SCS)
REPORTS TO: Dean of School of Business (50%) Dean of & School of Continuing Studies (50%)
SALARY GRADE/HIRING RANGE: 16/$102,011-$108,012
FLSA DESIGNATION: Exempt; Salaried

SUMMARY OF THE POSITION:
The Assistant/Associate Dean of School of Continuing Studies (SCS) and Director of Evening Business Programs oversees the administration of business programs in the SCS and assists the dean of continuing studies in administration of the School of Continuing Studies. The Assistant/Associate Dean of the School of Continuing Studies and Director of Evening Business Programs will work closely with deans to ensure academic integrity and marketability of programs. The duties of this role include, but are not limited to, program assessment, faculty development, evaluation of SCS instructors, and the creation of new programs.

STARTING DATE: TBD

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Graduate degree in business or closely related field required; Ph.D. preferred.

SALARY: Commensurate with experience and qualifications.

To see full position description, and to apply please visit: www.whitworth.edu/careers.

Whitworth complies with all federal, state, and local nondiscrimination laws that are applicable to religious nonprofit institutions and does not engage in unlawful discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, sex, or disability. With our Christ-centered commitment to building a diverse and inclusive community, the university encourages applications from populations underrepresented at Whitworth including members of racial/ethnic communities, women, and persons with disabilities.