Japan Study Program Associate | Earlham College

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Richmond, IN, US

The Program Associate’s main duty will be recruiting for the Japan Study program.   Japan Study is a long-standing, collaborative initiative linking the 27 colleges of the Great Lakes Colleges Association (GLCA) and the Associated Colleges of the Midwest (ACM) with Waseda University in Japan.  The PA reports to the Director and assists him in the administration of various Earlham programs related to Japan, including campus programming, study abroad, faculty development, and community outreach.  In addition to programs on the Earlham campus, Earlham College, a Quaker institution, is one of the nation’s leading liberal arts colleges in the field of international education.

Director: Academic and Career Management | Northwestern University

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Evanston, IL, US

The Director oversees and manages the development and delivery of state-of-the-art, cutting-edge programs designed to empower students in making decisions associated with their career goals and objectives.  This role partners with key internal/external stakeholders to develop and implement strategic initiatives that meet the goals and objectives of academic and career planning.  This position determines and ensures that necessary resources are obtained and allocated to meet goals and objectives.  The Director oversees compliance with all associated policies, rules and regulations.  This position coordinates school-wide or university-wide initiatives.

Dean of Students | Bowdoin College

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Brunswick, ME, US

The Dean of Students directs the day-to-day operations of the Office of the Dean of Student Affairs. This individual leads the Associate and Assistant Deans of Student Affairs and the Advisor to the Judicial Board as well as the Directors of the Counseling Service, Health Services, and Title IX and Compliance as an interconnected team that is focused on supporting and challenging students so they can reach their full academic, personal, and professional potential at Bowdoin and beyond.

Executive Director: Writing Programs | Azusa Pacific University

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Azusa, CA

The Executive Director of Writing Programs serves as a writing program administrator in a leadership role that oversees the development, management, and supervision of writing programs for undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs at APU. Duties include initiating faculty development programs to improve writing pedagogy, establishing and assessing writing outcomes across the curriculum, and serving on undergraduate and graduate committees to represent writing programs and teaching. The Executive Director will collaborate with other academic support services on campus. He/she will supervise the Writing Center Director, the First Year Writing Coordinator, and the writing program staff, and will manage the office budget.

Vice President: Student Affairs | Rider University

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Lawrenceville, NJ

Rider University seeks inquiries, applications and nominations for the position of Vice President for Student Affairs.  Reporting to the President, the Vice President for Student Affairs serves on the President’s Cabinet, and provides visionary, creative, and energetic leadership for the Division of Student Affairs and participates with other leaders supporting and crafting strategic, transformative change college-wide.

Dean of Admissions | Moore College of Art and Design

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Philadelphia, PA

Reporting to the President, the Dean of Admissions provides strategic leadership in advancing the College’s recruitment plan, focusing primarily on expanding brand awareness, building the application pipeline, and enrolling talented first-year, transfer, and post-baccalaureate students into the BFA program as well as guiding the graduate admissions and enrollment process.

Director: Arts Programming | State University of New York at Oswego

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Oswego, NY

The State University of New York at Oswego invites applications for a Director of Arts Programming.

Assistant Director: College Counseling | Whitfield School

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St. Louis, MO, US

The Assistant Director of College Counseling’s broad responsibility is to assist in the day-to-day operations of the College Counseling Office by playing an integral role in effectively managing the transition from Whitfield to college.  The hours of this full-time position are approximately 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.  The position provides two vacations during the school year, which coincide with school breaks.  While daily summer work is not an expectation, given the demands of the position, work during the summer is both inevitable and expected. Specific summer work will be determined annually on a per-project basis. The Assistant Director of College Counseling reports to the Director of College Counseling.

Director: Office of Institutional Diversity | Bridgewater State University

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Bridgewater, MA

Reporting to the Vice President of Student Success and Diversity, the Director of the Office of Institutional Diversity works cross-divisionally and collaboratively with all campus constituencies to enhance campus climate. In addition, the Director of the OID collaborates with campus members in implementing data-informed programs and initiatives to help meet goals focused on diversity, equity and the elimination of student and employee achievement and opportunity gaps.

Admission Counselor | Presidio Graduate School

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Seattle, WA

The admissions counselor, to be situated at the Seattle location of Presidio Graduate School (PGS), is responsible for representing Presidio to multiple constituencies, including prospective students, associations, and corporate contacts.  The counselor independently develops and implements recruiting initiatives to meet personal and group prospect/lead, application and enrollment goals.  The counselor must be effective at independently planning recruitment strategies including participation at graduate and other types of fairs, creating and conducting area receptions, in-person and virtual ‘information sessions’, and individual meetings.