Internal search for Executive Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs and Leadership Development

Individuals interested in applying for the position should send a letter of interest and curriculum vitae to Carol Edenton via email at carol_edenton@med.unc.edu. Nominations may also be sent to Carol Edenton. Applications and nominations are due by Friday, February 20, 2015, at 5:00 pm.

Colleagues,

As Dr. Paul Godley transitions to his new role as Vice Dean for Finance and Administration, we are opening a search for the Executive Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs and Leadership Development to internal candidates only. Please see detailed position announcement below.

Individuals interested in applying for the position should send a letter of interest and curriculum vitae to Carol Edenton via email at carol_edenton@med.unc.edu. Nominations may also be sent to Carol Edenton. Applications and nominations are due by Friday, Feb. 20, 2015 at 5:00 p.m.   

Please address any questions related to the search to Carol Edenton. Thank you for your interest in the administration of our School.

Bill Roper and Wesley Burks


Executive Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs and Leadership Development

School of Medicine

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

The School of Medicine invites internal nominations and expressions of interest for the position of Executive Associate Dean (EAD) for Faculty Affairs and Leadership Development.  The individual in this position is responsible for the appointment/promotion/tenure policy and process, diversity, and leadership and professional development for all faculty.

The EAD for Faculty Affairs and Leadership Development is a “nominal” at-will appointment that is attached to a current faculty appointment and serves at the pleasure of the Dean.  A nominal appointment is an administrative assignment made at the Dean’s discretion, which is in addition to a primary academic appointment.  The successful applicant is expected to be a senior faculty member at the Professor level and will have academic appointment(s) congruent with his/her professional background.  He or she should exhibit: a) qualities of leadership and peer recognition both within their School or Institution as well as regionally/nationally; b) superior communication and interpersonal skills; and c) the capacity to inspire confidence in his/her reasoning and decision-making.  Finally, a demonstrated record of substantial administrative responsibility is highly desirable, although not mandatory.

Responsibilities of the EAD for Faculty Affairs and Leadership Development include supervision of 5-year reviews of tenured faculty, department chairs and center directors; oversight of Appointment, Promotion and Tenure committees, Faculty Pipeline Programs, the Simmons Scholar Program and the Scientific Integrity Office; coordination of searches for chairs and center directors; and oversight of faculty leadership development activities in the School of Medicine.

Consideration of candidates will begin as materials are received and will continue until the search has been successfully concluded.  Letters nominating qualified candidates or cover letters from interested individuals, along with a current CV are requested and may be sent to:

Executive Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs and Leadership Development

Review Committee

Office of the Dean, School of Medicine

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

CB# 7000, 4060 Bondurant Hall

Chapel Hill, N.C.  27599-7000

Carol_Edenton@med.unc.edu

The deadline for consideration is 5:00 PM, February 20, 2015. If you have questions please contact Carol Edenton at (919) 966-0598.

The University is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

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