Posting Description: The Assistant Vice Chancellor is responsible for providing leadership in all areas related to international education, including the management of the Office of International Affairs staff; forging strategic international partnerships; nurturing relationships with university, city, state, national and international organizations and agencies; facilitating fiscally-sustainable international partnerships for on-campus delivery and offshore international programming; promoting globalization in teaching, research, scholarship, health care and community service; supporting academic units in the internationalization of the faculty, educational partnership programs, curriculum and students; oversight of the International Risk Management Committee; advancing international student support initiatives; and working to create and support policies and practices that facilitate the University's priorities for diversity and inclusion in all aspects of the assignment. In addition, this position is responsible for reducing risk and exposure for the university by ensuring safe and sound fiscal and operational practices wherever the university operates overseas. In addition, this position Assures fiscally sound and ethically appropriate agreements with affected entities, providing effective coordination with and clearance by the University's financial resources. Lastly, this position is responsible for expanding enrollment of international students in main campus and extended studies deliveries.
Minimum Qualifications: This position requires a master's degree in international affairs, international business, education or a directly-related field and at least seven years of progressively responsible professional international affairs experience in higher education, three years of which included the management of professional staff across multiple areas. The successful candidate will also demonstrate direct experience in working to build a more inclusive environment to attract, support and retain individuals from underrepresented groups for our faculty, staff and student populations. Note: Candidates with a bachelor's degree and five years of additional management-level experience (in addition to the required seven years) in a related field will also be considered.
Required Competencies/Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Desired Qualifications: In addition to the required qualifications above, the ideal candidate will have a PhD in a related field and direct management experience in each of the major program areas listed above in the Office of International Affairs.