Notre Dame of Maryland University (NDMU) enjoys a strong sense of mission to which faculty and staff have deep commitment, holds a positive reputation in the region, experiences an improving financial position, and maintains a unique heritage that can serve as a strong foundation for the ongoing success of the University and its students. NDMU seeks an innovative, mission driven, strategic academic leader to build on these strengths as Provost & Vice President for Academic Affairs.
Reporting to the President, the Provost will provide leadership and administrative oversight of all academic schools & colleges, registrar, director of library, retention, and assessment of the University. In this cabinet level position, the successful candidate will work with the President and senior leadership team to implement the University’s 5-year strategic plan. The Provost also will have key leadership roles in development of academic programs, policies, and procedures; oversight for retention and advisement/continuing registration; faculty relations and faculty and staff development; maintenance of accreditation; outcomes assessment; and budgeting/fiscal decision- making.
Required qualifications include an earned doctorate from an accredited college or university and significant senior administrative experience in higher education, preferably at VP or Dean level. A record of scholarly achievement sufficient to qualify for full professor at NDMU is preferred.
Notre Dame of Maryland University is being assisted by Academic Search. Prospective candidates may arrange a confidential conversation by contacting Senior Consultant Dr. Scott Flanagan (click here for direct booking) or Consultant Bethany Zecher Sutton. For additional information about Notre Name of Maryland University, please visit www.ndm.edu and to learn more about the position and how to apply, please visit Open Searches at Academic Search. The position is open until filled but full consideration will be given to all applications received by February 7, 2022.
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