President Search

California State University, Stanislaus
California State University, Stanislaus President Search
The California State University (CSU) Board of Trustees invites nominations and applications for the position of President of California State University, Stanislaus (Stan State). To lead Stan State, the President must be a dynamic leader with the ability to guide the development of a powerful and compelling vision for the future that will leverage the University community's strengths in student success, exemplary teaching, servingness, advocacy, shared governance, and community engagement. Stanislaus State Stan State, one of 23 universities in the CSU system, was established as Stanislaus State College in 1957 as the 15th campus of the CSU system. Stan State serves a diverse student body of more than 10,000 with two campuses in the Central Valley — a beautiful 228-acre campus in Turlock and the Stockton campus, undergoing new construction and continued renovation, located in Stockton's historic Magnolia District. Even more impressive than its physical footprint is that for the last six years, Stan State has been a national leader among both public and private institutions of higher education in the rankings for upward mobility and the transformative power of its academic programs by groups including Washington Monthly, Money Magazine, Princeton Review, US News and World Reports, among others. Widely recognized for its dedicated faculty and high-quality academic programs, Stan State serves a region that includes six counties spanning over 9,500 square miles, capturing an expansive agrarian region, as well as the urban city of Stockton. The Stanislaus Campus is comprised of four colleges which together offer 48 undergraduate programs, 16 master's programs, 1 doctoral program, and 6 credential programs. Stan State is home to 1,321 employees including 620 staff and 701 faculty (309 tenured/tenure-track and 392 lecturers), providing a student-to-faculty ratio of 17:1. The University's general operating base budget for fiscal year 2023-24, including tuition fee revenue, is approximately $155.4 million. Stan State's faculty are actively engaged in research and other scholarly activity and generated over $10 million in sponsored program funding in 2020-21. The University has also been successful in its fundraising endeavors and in 2021-22, announced the conclusion of President Emerita Ellen Junn's five-year, $15 million fundraising target, raising $16.1M. Stan State is committed to providing students with a well-rounded experience that builds upon their cultural resources, challenges them academically, cultivates their professional and personal relationships, nurtures their sense of belonging, and guides them as they develop tools to support their communities. The University is proud to serve a student body that is 58.2% Pell-eligible and 71.5% first-generation. Moreover, Stan State is a vibrant place of diversity where 64% of its students are minoritized and, as a Hispanic-Serving Institution (HSI) since 2003, serves a thriving student body of which 61.4% identifies as Hispanic/Latinx. In addition, 67.6% of students identify as female. Stockton Campus Presently, Stan State's Stockton campus leases and occupies two buildings in University Park, the Acacia Court building facility where all academic degree programs and student services are located and the historic Magnolia Mansion. As of Fall 2022, the Stockton Campus enrolls 1,153 students and offers majors and programs from the four academic colleges, leading to six stateside and four self-support/University Extended Education (UEE) baccalaureate degrees, three master's degrees, two credentials, and a doctorate degree program. Three undergraduate and two graduate degree online programs are also available to students at the Stockton campus. The successful candidate will harness the collaborative efforts of faculty, staff, and community partners to further the expansion of educational opportunities at the Stockton Campus. For more information about Stan State, please visit Position Summary Appointed by the CSU Board of Trustees and reporting to the CSU Chancellor, the President serves as the University's chief executive officer responsible for setting the vision, strategy, and related institutional goals and objectives. The President oversees the University's administration and operations and implements the policies and procedures adopted by the CSU system. The President, with their strong leadership team, will focus on achieving the University's core mission to nurture and amplify students' unique talents, diverse life experiences, and intellect through engaged teaching, learning, scholarship, research, and public service that support their overall success, well-being, and the greater good. Stan State's next president will be a community-oriented leader who will foster collaborative and effective relationships with students, faculty, staff, alumni, donors, business and community partners, legislative leaders, and other campus stakeholders. In doing so, the President will actively and authentically engage with campus colleagues and the community to support the educational mission of the University and spearhead its efforts in setting an ambitious trajectory for the future. Qualities and Characteristics Stan State seeks a President who is an experienced educational leader with excellent communication and engagement skills and a demonstrable history serving as a collaborative leader as they will serve as the chief representative and champion of the University to a wide variety of internal and external constituencies. Proven management experience, expertise in working collaboratively with diverse groups in a complex environment, and strong interpersonal skills are essential. Furthermore, Stan State's President must be excited by the challenge of helping to move the University forward as it continues its journey toward increased impact in student success, academic excellence, and community engagement. Although a doctoral degree and exceptional academic and administrative experience are highly preferred, the CSU Board of Trustees will consider candidates who have achieved noteworthy success in their respective fields outside higher education. These candidates must have demonstrated experience and a track-record of success working in a complex organization where success is achieved in partnership and collaboration rather than solely through direct authority. To view the full Leadership Profile and list of Qualities and Characteristics, please visit: Application / Nomination Process The Search Committee will begin reviewing applications immediately. Applicants must submit a current curriculum vitae and a letter of interest describing relevant experience. Submission of materials via e-mail is strongly encouraged. Nomination letters should include the name and contact information of the nominee. All nominations and applications will be handled in confidence. Applications and letters of nomination should be submitted by email to: Alberto Pimentel, Managing Partner Sal Venegas Jr., Partner Email: Refer to code "StanState-President" in the subject line SP&A Executive Search 6512 Painter Avenue Whittier, CA 90601 California State University, Stanislaus considers qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, genetic information, medical condition, disability, marital status, or protected veteran status. jeid-96f6e3989cc6f8458ac2920276188c59

Raymond C. Morales Post-Doctorate Fellow in Ethnomusicology

University of Utah


Job summary: The College of Fine Arts and the School of Music seek a post-doctoral fellow with a focus on interdisciplinary approaches to scholarship and research-based practice involving engagement with non- Western and/or underrepresented music traditions. The scholarly focus of the successful candidate should complement the expertise of our current faculty. The successful candidate will be able to work across subdisciplines within the School of Music and with colleagues elsewhere in the University to strengthen research in areas connected to ethnomusicology.  The Raymond C. Morales Fellowship (named in honor of Professor of Graphic Design, Raymond C. Morales—the first tenured faculty member appointed in the CFA from an underrepresented group) is designed to promote diversity within the College faculties by encouraging graduates from underrepresented groups who have completed a terminal degree to pursue careers in university teaching. The CFA Fellowship is a three-year residency.  Stipends/Benefits: A competitive annual stipend; a full Benefits package; support including office space and computer; library privileges; ongoing funding opportunities for research-related expenses.  Criteria for selection: The following will be considered as positive factors in choosing successful candidates: 
  • Earned Ph.D. or ABD status, with dissertation to be signed by June 30, 2024; 
  • The preferred areas of specialization for this position include Indigenous, Latin American, or Pacific Islander musics. A background in performance of these musics would also be welcome.
  • Potential for superior scholarly achievement in the field of Ethnomusicology;
  • College/university teaching experience desirable; 
  • Promise of continuing achievement as a teacher;
  • Likelihood of using the diversity of human experience as an educational resource in creating curriculum, teaching, and scholarship;
  • Commitment to working with faculty to create a curriculum and an artistic space that centralize diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging;
  • Sustained engagement with communities that are underrepresented in the academy and an ability to bring this asset to learning, teaching, and scholarship at the college and university level;
  • Membership in one or more groups whose underrepresentation in the US professoriate has been severe and longstanding; 
Reviewers may also look at factors such as the likelihood that the applicant will fully utilize support for the duration of the three-year term of the award and pursue an active research agenda during that time.  Duties: (1) Conduct research in ethnomusicology; (2) teach 1-2 undergraduate and graduate courses per semester, which may include our Special Topics undergraduate courses, graduate seminars in musicology, and/or our general education “World Music” course; (3) although there are no specific service expectations associated with this position, the ideal candidate will be able to energetically partner with current faculty and multiple university departments and organizations, engage in outreach to the larger community, and broaden the curricular opportunities of the School of Music. The Fellow will be supported by mentors who will help integrate them into the School, College, and University and connect them to professional development opportunities related to teaching and scholarship.  The School of Music seeks to create a diverse and inclusive, rigorous and responsible environment that reaches across disciplines to foster highly adaptive creators and thinkers.  Procedure: Applicants must submit (1) a letter of application; (2) curriculum vitae (including the names, telephone numbers, and email addresses of 3 to 5 persons who can provide references); (3) a succinct teaching philosophy statement (which should address experiences with and/or strategies for mentoring a diverse student body); (4) 3 confidential letters of recommendation (uploaded directly by recommenders); (5) unofficial copies of undergraduate and graduate transcripts. Submit all materials electronically via: The review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position has been filled. Candidates should complete their on-line application prior to January 14, 2024, to ensure full consideration. Candidates who proceed to the final level will be required to participate in a routine criminal background check and to provide official transcripts. For more information, or to suggest nominations for this position, please contact Dr. Miguel Chuaqui, chair of the search committee, at Do not send other materials unless requested.  Appointment: July 1, 2024 (duties begin August 16, 2024)  The University of Utah is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM) and the School of Music has over 375 majors. Faculty members in the School of Music are a distinguished group of approximately 90 performers, educators, scholars, conductors, and composers. Students in the School of Music earn BA, BM, MA, MM, DMA, and PhD degrees in fields that include conducting, composition, jazz studies, music education, music theory, musicology, and performance. The University of Utah is the state’s public flagship institution of higher education with an enrollment of approximately 35,000 undergraduate and graduate students and offers 111 undergraduate and over 100 graduate degree programs. A member of the American Association of Universities (AAU), the University of Utah is classified by the Carnegie Foundation among the 146 research universities with the “highest research activity” in the nation. The university has been named by Forbes as one of the top ten employers in the state and recognized by U.S. News & World Report as one of the best national universities. The University of Utah has several campus-wide initiatives that contribute to a rich campus climate, attract academic and professional talent, improve access to higher education for historically underrepresented groups, and strengthen the U's ability to educate the next generation of leaders. About the Location  The University is located in Salt Lake City, the center of a metropolitan area with a population of approximately 1.26 million residents. The city is known for extensive arts and cultural activities, boasts a new major international airport, and has received international recognition for its light rail system, foodie culture, downtown renewal, and increasing diversity. Hosting a vibrant arts community, Salt Lake City is home to thriving long-standing performing arts entities including Pioneer Theatre Company, Utah Symphony, Utah Opera, Ballet West, Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company, and Sundance Film Festival, among others. Located at the foot of the Wasatch Mountains, Salt Lake City offers unparalleled opportunities for outdoor recreation, with ten world-class ski resorts and five national parks within hours of the city. Salt Lake City is home to a robust array of diverse communities facilitating numerous opportunities for interaction with a range of civic and political organizations, given the city’s role as the governmental and social nerve center of the state. In 2023, U.S News and World Report ranked Utah as the best state in the U.S.A. and Salt Lake City as one of the top 100 best places to live in the nation. Salt Lake City currently holds a 100/100 rating on the Human Rights Campaign's Municipal Equality Index for its inclusivity of the LGBTQ+ community. The University of Utah is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer and does not discriminate based upon race, national origin, color, religion, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, status as a person with a disability, genetic information, or Protected Veteran status. Individuals from historically underrepresented groups, such as minorities, women, qualified persons with disabilities and protected veterans are encouraged to apply. Veterans’ preference is extended to qualified applicants, upon request and consistent with University policy and Utah state law. Upon request, reasonable accommodations in the application process will be provided to individuals with disabilities. To inquire about the University’s nondiscrimination or affirmative action policies or to request disability accommodation, please contact: Director, Office of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action, 201 S. Presidents Circle, Rm 135, (801) 581-8365.  The University of Utah values candidates who have experience working in settings with students from diverse backgrounds, and possess a strong commitment to improving access to higher education for historically underrepresented students. 

Postdoctoral Fellowship for Academic Diversity

American University
The College of Arts and Sciences at American University is pleased to announce up to two Postdoctoral Fellowships for Academic Diversity to begin in Fall 2024. This position is designed to support the development of early-career scholars who show promise of distinguished research careers.
Washington DC

Executive Director of Financial Aid and Scholarships

Mississippi State University
The Executive Director for Financial Aid and Scholarships will be charged with leading a team to administer a financial aid and scholarships program for undergraduate, graduate and professional students at Mississippi State, ensuring regulatory compliance with all institutional, state, and federal financial aid programs.
AdministrativeFinancial Aid

Vice President for Enrollment Management

Goucher College
Goucher College, an innovative liberal arts college that prepares students with a broad, humane perspective for a life of inquiry, creativity, and critical and analytical thinking is seeking a collaborative, energetic and forward-thinking leader to serve as the Vice President for Enrollment Management.

Lecturers for the Program in Writing and Rhetoric

Stanford University
Stanford University seeks a number of highly qualified lecturers to develop and teach intensive first and second-year writing courses in its Program in Writing and Rhetoric (PWR), a program in the Office of the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education.

2024 California Community Colleges Registry Job Fair

Cerritos College
Cerritos College Human Resources invites you to attend the CCC Registry Job Fair! Recruitment opportunities will be available for faculty, classified, and management positions.

Payroll Manager

University at Albany
The Payroll Manager will provide timely payroll administration and support services to the University at Albany faculty, staff, and student employees while serving as a key leader within the Office of Human Resources.
AdministrativeHuman ResourcesPayroll
New York

Administrative Assistant

Brown University
The Administrative Assistant is an integral part of the Health and Wellness team serving the diverse student population at Brown. This position provides administrative support to the Counseling & Psychological Services team.
Rhode Island

Manager, Physical Security Technicians – Public Safety Technology

Brown University
The Manager of Physical Security Technicians-Public Safety Technology performs the critical role of leading, supervising, and supporting the Physical Security Technicians within the Public Safety Technology Team.
ProfessionalPublic Safety
Rhode Island

Learning Designer

Brown University
The Learning Designer is a member of a course development team within the Sheridan Center for Teaching and Learning whose work focuses on designing and developing high quality online learning experiences.
AdministrativeProfessionalInstructional Design
Rhode Island

Residential Graduate Staff, Pre-College Student Life

Brown University
The graduate positions with Brown’s Pre-College Programs offer an opportunity for graduate students, and others with an equivalent combination of education and experience, to meet the expectations of a full-time professional role, gain practical experience in student life, develop leadership abilities, and hone supervision skills, in addition to many other transferable skills that prepare them to excel in any future position in higher education. 
ProfessionalStudent Life
Rhode Island

Head Coach, Club Women’s Wrestling

Brown University
The Brown Women’s Wrestling Club is looking to hire a coach for the 2023 and 2024 seasons to help build and grow this new club sport at Brown. The primary functions of this position will be to instruct wrestlers at practice, strategize for competitions, and coordinate travel and competition logistics.
Rhode Island

Operations Coordinator, Women’s Soccer

Brown University
The Operations Coordinator reports to the Head Women’s Soccer Coach and is responsible for the coordination and organization of the day-to-day operation of the Brown Women’s Soccer program.
Rhode Island

Research Assistant

Brown University
The general functions of this Research Assistant position include coordinating study activities, conducting participant recruitment, interviews, and lab sessions, monitoring participant daily symptom tracking, collecting and transporting urine specimens, and managing data for the National Institute of Mental Health-funded grant, “Distinct Steroid Mechanisms of Menstrual Cycle Exacerbation of Psychopathology.”
ProfessionalMental Health
Rhode Island

Assistant Professor – Art, Graphic Design

University of Connecticut
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FacultyArtGraphic Design

Dean, College of Technology, Architecture, and Applied Engineering

Bowling Green State University
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AdministrativeApplied TechnologyArchitecture


Lafayette College
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AdministrativeAcademic Affairs

Vice President of Student Affairs

Bellevue College
Reporting to the President, the Vice President of Student Affairs serves as the senior student affairs officer of the College and provides leadership of all student affairs programs, services, and activities.
AdministrativeProfessionalStudent Affairs
University of Rochester
The University of Rochester is seeking a strong and collaborative leader to serve as Chief Operating Officer of the University of Rochester Medical Faculty Group and Vice-President of the University of Rochester Medical Center to direct the overall clinical and business operations for URMFG with a focus on ambulatory service delivery across 250 locations in a nine-county region. 
AdministrativeHealth AdministrationOperations
New York

Senior Associate Dean for Faculty Experience & Success

Wake Forest University School of Medicine
The Senior Associate Dean will partner with the Dean, Vice Dean, and Wake Forest University School of Medicine’s faculty to guide the organization through unprecedented growth and the expansion of the school’s academic mission across a wide and growing geography.
AdministrativeFaculty Affairs
North Carolina

Postdoctoral Researcher – Early Childhood Development

University of Chicago
The University of Chicago seeks two postdoctoral researchers in basic or applied research on early childhood development. Each postdoctoral researcher will be appointed in one of the following units: Comparative Human Development, Economics, Psychology, Sociology, the Harris School of Public Policy, or the Crown School of Social Work, depending on the interests of the applicant.
FellowshipEarly Childhood Education

University Strategy Officer

Kansas State University
The university strategy officer will report directly to President Richard Linton, and will drive the recently launched Next-Gen K-State strategic plan, helping Kansas State University lead the nation as the next-generation land-grant university.
AdministrativeAdministrationStrategic Planning

Assistant / Associate Professor, Specialty Crop Weed

The Ohio State University
Our aim is to recruit, support, and retain a scholar in a 9-month-tenure-track position that will focus on applied weed science associated with the full spectrum of specialty cropping systems and management approaches.

Vice Dean for Faculty Affairs

Wake Forest University School of Medicine
The Vice Dean will partner with the Dean and WFUSM’s faculty to guide the organization through unprecedented growth and the expansion of the school’s academic mission across a wide and growing geography.
FacultyFaculty AffairsMedicine
North Carolina

Program Director, Community Dialogue Project

Brown University
The Program Director, Community Dialogue Project is responsible for advancing student learning, inclusive community, and open inquiry on a university-wide basis through collaborations, programs, and services that support the development and use of skills for effective communication, dialogue, conflict resolution, and multipartial facilitation within the Brown University community.
AdministrativeProfessionalCampus Life
Rhode Island

Student Life Manager, Pre-College Student Life

Brown University
Student Life Managers serve as vital members of the Pre-College Student Life leadership team within the Division of Pre-College and Undergraduate Programs. Student Life Managers are responsible for fostering the growth and development of seasonal staff members.
AdministrativeProfessionalStudent Life
Rhode Island

Residential Graduate Staff, Pre-College Student Life

Brown University
The graduate positions serve as an active contributor and educator within the Division of Pre-College and Undergraduate Programs. The large size of the Brown Pre-College Programs lends itself to a unique opportunity to engage with a diverse group of participants from around the world.
ProfessionalStudent Life
Rhode Island

Residential Seasonal Staff, Pre-College Student Life

Brown University
The seasonal staff positions require an interest in working with college-bound high school students and engaging with them both intellectually and in a residential context.
ProfessionalStudent Life
Rhode Island

Dining Services Supervisor

Brown University
Train, direct, coach, counsel and, when applicable, evaluate staff within assigned areas; assist in developing, and always strive to maintain high standards of quality, customer service, safety and sanitation.
ProfessionalDining Services
Rhode Island

Learning Designer

Brown University
This position is part of an online course development team of learning designers, technologists, and digital media experts who partner with Brown faculty to design and develop high quality online learning experiences.
AdministrativeProfessionalInstructional Design
Rhode Island

Senior Director of Development, College of Science and Engineering

Seattle University
The Senior Director for Development for the College of Science and Engineering is responsible for directing and accelerating philanthropic support and alumni cultivation for Seattle University College of Science and Engineering that aligns with Seattle University's Reignited Strategic Directions.

Tenure-Track Faculty in Mechanical Engineering

Villanova University
The Department of Mechanical Engineering at Villanova University has an opening for a tenure-track faculty position in thermal-fluids science. We invite applications from outstanding candidates with expertise in all areas of thermal-fluids science including, but not limited to, renewable and sustainable energy, biomedical engineering, and advanced manufacturing applications.
FacultyMechanical Engineering


University of Minnesota Duluth
Reporting to the President of the University of Minnesota System, the Chancellor will lead the Duluth campus in advancing its contributions to fulfilling the mission of the University of Minnesota.

Associate Vice President for Student Success

Tidewater Community College
The Associate Vice President for Student Success is a critical senior administrative role responsible for developing and implementing comprehensive strategies aimed at elevating student success, retention, and overall academic achievement.
AdministrativeStudent Success

University Archivist

Northwestern University
The University Archivist will build on a rich archival record of Northwestern’s history and engage actively with faculty, students, alumni, and others from across the campus and wider Northwestern community locally, regionally, nationally, and internationally.

Associate Vice President, People and Culture (Human Resources)

Kent State University
To provide executive leadership for several units within the Division of People, Culture and Belonging. Reports to the Vice President for People, Culture and Belonging.
AdministrativeHuman Resources

Chief Information Officer

Lewis University
The Chief Information Officer is responsible for the comprehensive strategic planning, leadership, coordination, and management of the University’s campus-wide technology, focusing on teaching, learning, and administrative functions, and applications.

Assistant Teaching Professor, School of Civic & Economic Thought and Leadership

Arizona State University
The School of Civic & Economic Thought and Leadership, now in its seventh year, aims to develop a new kind of leader, blending tradition and innovation by reconnecting liberal arts education and civic education in its degrees and academic programs.
FacultyCivicsEducational Leadership

Communications Specialist

Brown University
Lead promotional efforts for Annals of Family Medicine, with the goal of maximizing engagement with works published in the journal, supporting new initiatives or goals of the journal, and articulating the value of the journal’s works in research, clinical, and patient communities.
Rhode Island

Events Coordinator

Brown University
The Event Coordinator will be responsible for providing event, in-person and virtual, coordination and support for the Advance-CTR Service and Professional Development Cores.
Rhode Island

Associate Dean of the School of Education

California State University Channel Islands
A key member of the Dean's leadership team in the School of Education, the Associate Dean supports the Dean in developing and implementing the school's vision, mission, conceptual framework, and goals and assists in developing strategies to pursue schoolwide priorities and demonstrating commitment to a just, equitable, and inclusive education.

Research Laboratory Technician

Brown University
The Research Laboratory Technician (RLT) at the Sulfur Isotope Laboratory at Brown University provides high-level oversight of lab operations and supports and contributes to a diverse portfolio of research projects.
ProfessionalEarth ScienceLaboratory
Rhode Island

Instructor 1, Analytics, College of Public Health, Undergraduate Studies

University of South Florida
The University of South Florida College of Public Health invites applications for an Instructor I, Analytics faculty position in the undergraduate program. 
FacultyPublic Health

Instructor 1, College of Public Health, Undergraduate Studies

University of South Florida
The University of South Florida College of Public Health invites applications for an Instructor I, faculty position in the undergraduate program.
FacultyPublic Health

Assistant Professor, Research Pathway, USF Genomics Program Sequencing Core Laboratory Director

University of South Florida
The University of South Florida College of Public Health invites applications for a non-tenure earning research pathway faculty position at the rank of Assistant Professor to join our program in USF Genomics, Sequencing Core Laboratory.

Harold Tanner Dean, College of Arts and Sciences

Cornell University
Cornell University seeks an outstanding scholar who is a collaborative and visionary leader to serve as the next Harold Tanner dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. 
AdministrativeArts & Sciences
New York

Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Wayne State University
This tenure-track position which will serve as a catalyst for broad areas of electrical and computer engineering, as well as the semiconductor and the automotive industries, will target faculty at the assistant professor level with expertise in advanced computer systems and embedded systems, digital and edge computing, VLSI design, and on-chip hardware security.
FacultyAIComputer Engineering

Associate Vice President, Culture and Belonging

Kent State University
To provide executive leadership for several units within the Division of People, Culture and Belonging. Reports to the Vice President for People, Culture and Belonging.

Student Success Coach

Ball State University
University College at Ball State University welcomes applications for the position of Student Success Coach from individuals who are passionate about assisting undergraduate students in their journey of discovery and persistence to degree completion.
AdministrativeProfessionalStudent Success

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