6.0387 Job Postings (2/89)

Tue, 8 Dec 1992 18:41:07 EST

Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 6, No. 0387. Tuesday, 8 Dec 1992.

(1) Date: Fri, 4 Dec 1992 09:15:22 FULL (69 lines)
From: "Kasey Briggs, (803) 792-2134" <BRIGGSK@CITADEL.BITNET>
Subject: Position listing

(2) Date: Mon, 7 Dec 1992 16:08 CST (20 lines)
Subject: Job Posting

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Date: Fri, 4 Dec 1992 09:15:22 FULL
From: "Kasey Briggs, (803) 792-2134" <BRIGGSK@CITADEL.BITNET>
Subject: Position listing

I am forwarding this job announcement for posting to Humanist at the request
of one of my colleagues. His message follows:

The following message is a 530-word announcement of an opening for the
Vice President for Academic Affairs at The Citadel in Charleston, SC. Please
forward it to anyone you know who might be interested.
E-mail inquiries may be sent to <WHITER@CITADEL> on BITNET or
<whiter@citadel.edu> on INTERNET. Thanks. Robert A. White, Search Committee.


The Citadel, the Military College of South Carolina, invites
applications and nominations for the position of the Vice President for
Academic Affairs and Dean of the College.
As chief academic officer, the Vice President for Academic Affairs and
Dean of the College is charged principally with ensuring that The Citadel's
highest priorities are teaching and learning, that policies are in place to
ensure their continuous improvement, and that they receive adequate support
from all the resources the college has at its disposal. To this end, he or she
is responsible for the administration and development, faculty promotion and
tenure review, student enrollment, student support services, and liaison with
academically-related government agencies, accrediting bodies, and other
institutions of higher education. In addressing these tasks, he or she works
directly with the Dean of Undergraduate Studies, the Dean of Graduate Studies,
the Administrative Dean and Registrar, the Director of Information Resources,
and the Director of Student Activities, all of whom report to him or her. In
addition, he or she coordinates with the Commandant of Cadets to insure that
the military environment supports the academic programs.
The Vice President of Academic Affairs and Dean of the College reports
directly to the President and serves as the acting president in his absence.
As the senior vice president, he or she will coordinate the activities of other
vice presidents, deans, and department heads to ensure cooperation across the
college necessary to sustain and strengthen the academic programs during the
remainder of this decade and beyond.
To fill this position, The Citadel is seeking an accomplished
academician with significant administrative experience and leadership ability.
Candidates must have an earned doctorate and a record of significant scholarly
achievement, and must demonstrate a commitment to teaching, research, and
public service.
Founded in 1842 in the beautiful and historic city of Charleston, The
Citadel is a state-supported, comprehensive military college serving South
Carolina and the nation. The undergraduate curriculum emphasizes a strong
liberal arts core and provides a wide variety of majors in the arts, sciences,
education, engineering, and business. The college has about 160 full time
faculty and a corps of cadets numbering almost 2,000. Its expanding evening
college enrolls about 1,800 students in a variety of undergraduate and graduate
programs in the fields of business administration, education, engineering, and
The position of Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the
College is an executive compensation position administered by the State of
South Carolina and, as such, the salary range will be commensurate with the
State salary and grade structure.
Application review will begin on January 18, 1993, and will continue
until the appointment is made. Applications should include a letter, a
curriculum vitae, and the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of five or
more references. Nominations should briefly describe the nominee's background
and should include his or her mailing address and telephone number.
Applications, nominations, and requests for additional information should be
directed to Dr. Harold W. Askins, Jr., Chairman; Search Committee for Vice
President of Academic Affairs and Dean of The College; The Citadel; Charleston,
SC, 29409. The Citadel is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer and
strongly encourages applications from minorities and women.

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Date: Mon, 7 Dec 1992 16:08 CST
Subject: Job Posting

Could you please post this to HUMANIST? Ruth Gross is available
on email at B468RVG@UTARLG.

Job Posting Follows:
University of Texas at Arlington
Foreign Langs, Arlington, TX 76019

Associate Professor of French, fall 1993. Specialist in 18th or 19th
century, with supplemental interest in comparative literature desirable.
Strong publication record, experience at the Assistant Professor level,
and proof of excellence in teaching required. Responsibilities will
include coordinating French section of department. Send letter of
application and CV by Dec. 15. to Ruth V. Gross, Chair. Please indicate
if you will be attending the MLA convention.