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7054 - Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Management and Student Affairs

Department: Office of Student Affairs

Salary: Competitive, based on experience and qualifications

Position Available: Immediately

Deadline: For full consideration, application materials must be submitted by November 9, 2012

Interested candidates must apply online and submit a letter of interest that provides evidence of the qualifications outlined below, a resume and the names, addresses and phone numbers of at least five references that can comment about the applicant's qualifications for the position.

Occupational Summary:

Plan, organize, direct and administer the student services division and its reporting units: Financial Aid, Admissions, Career Development, Athletics, Personal Counseling, Residence Life and Housing, Center for Mentoring, and Campus Life which encompasses student activities, the Adult Student Center, and the Children’s Center. Supervise and approve policies, resource allocation, and evaluation of services and staff. Serve as the campus officer for enrollment management.

Duties and Responsibilities:

Direct the operation of 8 student services functions to include: Career Development, Personal Counseling, Center for Mentoring, Admissions, Campus Life, Financial Aid, Athletics, and Residence Life and Housing. Identify adequate resources for the subsequent performance of the responsibilities.

Serve as the leader for the full range of Enrollment Management efforts including research, strategic planning, program implementation, and assessment.

Evaluate the activities of the various reporting units; develop policies and procedures and monitor implementation of these; determine when modifications are needed and develop plans as appropriate.

Oversee the preparation and submission of individual unit budgets and supervise the preparation of a consolidated budget recommendation for the division.

Serve as account supervisor for the various reporting units' budgets and as account manager for the Student Affairs Office account. Monitor financial transactions and approve major expenditures.

Conduct long-range planning for the continued provision of services and for the implementation of new services as they are needed. Develop and modify policies based on evaluation of student and institutional needs.

Direct the establishment of records and the preparation of a variety of reports and analyses; evaluate and recommend or approve actions based on these reports.

Conduct research concerning student opinions about classes, time schedules, effects of extra-curricular activities, attendance from area high schools, etc.

Conduct research as it pertains to the recruitment and retention of students. Implement policy and procedure modifications.

Direct the efforts of various offices to achieve recruitment and student retention goals.

Serve as the campus officer to determine appropriate action for students who have been charged with violations of rights and responsibilities.

Provide guidance, make presentations, and participate in discussions with various agencies regarding campus and University programs.

Serve as a member of the Chancellor's Cabinet; serve on other campus and University Committees.

Respond to individual requests for assistance by referral or direct assistance when warranted.

Coordinate various functions through the offices of Academic Affairs and Alumni and Community Relations.

Seek out and supervise the administration of grant-funded programs.

Collaborate with the Vice Chancellor for Alumni and Community Relations regarding the marketing function of the University.

Perform employment responsibilities including hiring, supervising, and evaluating staff.

Monitor staff development for the Division of Student Affairs.

Perform other related duties incidental to the work described herein.

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by the person assigned to this job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all the duties, responsibilities, and skills.

Minimum Requirements:

Earned doctorate

Demonstrated leadership in higher education

Demonstrated knowledge of and success in enrollment management

Knowledge and use of computer software

Minimum of 10 years progressively more responsible experience in higher education administration

Excellent budget, planning, and team building skills

Proven orientation toward quality service

Strong communication skills

Ability to lift 10 pounds

Sedentary: sitting for extended periods

Indiana University is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, ethnicity, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation or identity, national origin, disability status, or protected veteran status. This institution is also a provider of ADA services.