Job Title: Associate Chair
Location: Atlanta, Georgia
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Job ID: 228122
Job Summary The Sam Nunn School of International Affairs is hiring an Associate Chair. The administrative appointment will begin on August 1, 2021. Applicants will be considered from tenured academic faculty within the School. The one-year administrative appointment will supplement the candidate’s tenured faculty appointment. The Associate Chair serves at the pleasure of the School Chair. Though the majority of Associate Chair's effort is administrative, the incumbent will teach classes, mentor graduate students, conduct research, and contribute to service within the Georgia Tech and the profession.Responsibilities The Associate Chair will be expected to fulfill the following roles, responsibilities, and activities in consultation with the approval of the Chair of the School of International Affairs:
• Contribute to the strategic development and effective management of the School, including operational, financial, and administrative oversight.
• Work with the School Chair, as well as Directors of Undergraduate and Graduate programs, to oversee the curriculum as a whole, faculty instructional assignments, and visiting/adjunct faculty and staff hiring.
• Prepare data and material for Strategic Planning and for Academic Program Review updates.
• Provide top level mentoring of faculty; and oversight of the School’s grievance processes and administrative interfacing with other units across the College, Institute, and GT administration.
• Collaborate with the Chair on fundraising, corporate relations, outreach to state and local public policy leaders, sharing information about funding opportunities and advising on individual grants applications, connecting with foundations and funding agency program officers, and promoting research collaborations within and outside the School, and guiding and mentoring faculty (particularly pre-tenure faculty) to advise them on funding applications in support of scholarship and research.
• Serve as Acting Chair when necessary, and undertake other administrative duties as instructed by the Acting Chair.Required Qualifications
PhDPreferred Qualifications Candidates are expected to demonstrate an exceptional commitment to the strategic advancement of the School of International Affairs and the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts. The ideal candidate should have a strong record of academic administrative experience, academic program management and curriculum development, good understanding of School programs and curricular refinements, as well as evidence or potential for success in an administrative leadership role. The ideal candidate will be familiar with the strategic priorities of the School, the College, and the Institute and familiarity with relevant stakeholders across campus.Apply Before Date For full consideration, applications should be submitted by June 15, 2021, but the search will continue until the position is filled.Contact Information
Dr. Adam N. Stulberg
Professor & Chair