The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth (UMassD) seeks a strategic talent manager to lead the office of Human Resources (HR). This is an exciting opportunity to support a dynamic institution through organizational development, talent management, and progressive strategic approaches to diversity, inclusion, and equity, HR services, and HR operations.
The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth invites nominations and applications for an experienced and visionary leader to serve as dean of the College of Arts & Sciences. The dean reports to the provost and executive vice chancellor for academic and student affairs and is a member of the university’s senior management team. The dean will provide outstanding leadership and have primary responsibility for the academic excellence, administration and outreach of the college.
Reporting to the Chancellor, and serving as a member of the Chancellor’s Cabinet, the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs (VCSA) oversees a comprehensive Student Affairs organization with a $40 million annual budget and is responsible for Division-wide strategic planning, assessment, and staff development. The VCSA promotes an engaged and healthy campus environment through services, programs, and innovative learning experiences beyond the classroom; encourages a strong sense of community among students, faculty, and staff with an emphasis on diversity and civic engagement; and fosters strong partnerships, particularly with the Provost/Executive Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs to promote student success. Departments that will report to the VCSA include Career Development Center, Center for Access and Success, Center for Women, Gender and Sexuality, Police Department, Counseling Center, Frederick Douglass Unity House, Health Services, Housing and Residential Education, LiveWell/Health Education, Center for Religious and Spiritual Life, Student Activities Involvement and Leadership, and Student Conduct and Dispute Resolution.
The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth invites nominations and applications for an experienced and visionary leader as dean of the College of Engineering. The College of Engineering includes the departments of Bioengineering, Civil & Environmental Engineering, Computer & Information Science, Electrical & Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Physics. It offers masters’ degrees in nine fields, including two interdisciplinary programs and two doctoral programs in Electrical Engineering and Engineering & Applied Science that features four multi-disciplinary tracks. Furthermore, it is an active participant in the intercampus graduate programs in Biomedical Engineering & Biotechnology and Marine Sciences and Technology. The College of Engineering boasts highly successful faculty researchers and excellent educational opportunities for students.
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The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth values excellence, diversity, transparency, student-centeredness, accountability, innovation, engagement, collaboration, collegiality and safety.
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