Arizona State University provides an innovative and dynamic environment for over 25,000 dedicated employees, and each plays a vital role in the University's mission. The ASU Graduate College endeavors to enrich and advance the graduate school experience for all students and postdoctoral scholars, promoting a student-centered culture and commitment to inclusion and innovation that make it easy to see why U.S. News & World Report selected ASU as the most innovative university in the country five years in a row.
Business Analyst Associate (72888BR)
Closes Nov 2
Salary Range: $43,000 - $55,000 per year; DOE
As part of this team, this position will support the technical goals of the Graduate College through analysis, implementation, evaluation, and review of all Graduate College technology. Duties will include, but are not limited to, interviewing business users and creating detailed specification documents, coordinating project delivery and testing, auditing data and reports to ensure accuracy, training users on systems and providing day-to-day support to ensure that systems are effectively utilized.
Specialist, Graduate Student Experience (72902BR)
Closes Nov 3
Salary Range: $35,568 - $46,200 per year; DOE
This position reports to the Director, Student Support Resources. This position is responsible for the identification, dissemination, and integration of co-curricular resources supporting the success of a diverse graduate student body. Leading a suite of mentorship initiatives, serving as liaison with other graduate-supporting units and centers at ASU, and developing a library of resources for graduate students, the Specialist, Graduate Student Experience will play a pivotal role in the persistence and thriving of ASU graduate students.
Graduate Support Coordinator (72911BR)
Closes Nov 3
Salary Range: $37,440 - $52,000 per year; DOE
Under general direction, serves as primary contact and liaison between assigned academic unit graduate advising staff and Graduate College to facilitate successful completion of course of study for graduate students. The successful candidate is responsible for coordinating the support functions for graduate students and works directly with academic and administrative office staff across the university to resolve student and automation issues.
Digital Communications Coordinator (72917BR)
Closes Nov 3
Salary Range: $35,568 - $45,800 per year; DOE
Digital Communications Coordinator will work as a part of a team to build strategies for email marketing and social media, develop editorial and marketing content for social media channels, marketing emails, and other materials for a variety of projects and target audiences as assigned.
Associate Dean, Graduate Academic Affairs (posting #16887)
Arizona State University seeks a dynamic, innovative, and visionary leader for the position of Associate Dean of Academic Affairs in the Graduate College. The Associate Dean is an integral part of the Dean’s Leadership Team, reports directly to the Dean, and maintains positive relationships throughout the university and nationally to advance the quality and prominence of graduate and professional education at ASU.
The associate dean’s responsibilities encompass many aspects of graduate affairs. These include but are not limited to areas that engage academic and professional development of graduate students. Specific responsibilities include oversight of the University Graduate Council, Program Quality, Graduate Faculty reviews and approvals, Academic Integrity and the dismissal process. The associate dean will play a major role in planning, improving and evaluating graduate education at ASU. This position will work closely with the Dean to vigorously promote the highest standards of quality for graduate and professional education through collaboration with directors of graduate studies, chairs, center directors, and other academic administrators in order to enhance and expand the portfolio of academic programs offered, including strategic and innovative interdisciplinary programs. The person in this role will also assist in administering academic and administrative policies that affect graduate students in ways that foster a culturally and intellectually diverse environment characterized by high academic standards and that increase the diversity of our graduate student body. In line with Graduate College’s commitment to continuing to build a diverse cohort of graduate students and postdoctoral scholars, the associate dean will collaborate in the implementation of the professional development series and be a part of the team to implement new programs such as Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching, and Learning (CIRTL) and ASU’s LIFT initiatives, ASU’s commitment to Black students, faculty, and staff. As an important member of the team, the associate dean will strongly advocate for measures and initiatives that advance the prominence of graduate and professional education, building affinity, enrollment management, increasing funding, and improving operational efficiency.
The anticipated start date of this position is January 6, 2022.
Required:The successful candidate must hold the rank of associate or full professor with tenure in one of the academic units at Arizona State University. The candidate must demonstrate service to graduate students through contributions such as the University Graduate Council (UGC), departmental/school graduate committees, developing and implementing new graduate programs, and supervising graduate students. Excellent verbal and written communication skills are required.
Desired: The successful candidate should demonstrate experience in developing, enhancing, and sustaining a diverse and inclusive student body through the development or contributions to university initiatives, curriculum design, and committee participation. The ideal candidate will provide evidence of the ability to work in a collegial manner and maintain effective collaborations with a variety of persons, internal and external to the Graduate College, as well as strengths in planning, developing, and implementing complex strategic goals and/or programs.
Application Procedure: This is an internal search at Arizona State University. Applicants should provide a cover letter addressing the qualifications and expectations noted above, as well as a vision for the future of graduate studies at ASU, and curriculum vitae. Please submit all materials to Katrina Roalson via Dropbox submission, https://www.dropbox.com/request/fmOQs5m1b4x3951Z50PI. Questions can be directed to Katrina.Roalson@asu.edu.
Application Deadline: The initial application deadline is October 8, 2021; if not filled, application reviews will occur weekly thereafter until the search is closed.
ASU is a VEVRAA Federal Contractor and an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will be considered without regard to race, color, sex, religion, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. For more information on ASU’s policies, please see: https://www.asu.edu/aad/manuals/acd/acd401.html and its complete non-discrimination statement at: https://www.asu.edu/titleIX/.
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