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Associate Vice Provost for Academic Affairs

Company: Oregon State University
Location: Corvallis
Posted on: May 7, 2022

Job Description:

The Office of Academic Affairs is seeking an Associate
Vice Provost for Academic Affairs. This is a full-time (1.00 FTE),
12-month, professional faculty position.



The Associate Vice Provost for Academic Affairs (AVP) is the senior
liaison to undergraduate academic programs for (1) integrating
experiential learning opportunities-including, but not limited to,
internships, study abroad and global learning, research,
leadership, service learning, and employment-and (2) improving
student success outcomes broadly. The AVP is responsible for
strategic leadership and management focused on improving
undergraduate co-curricular educational experiences. The AVP also
maintains a focus on undergraduate student success university-wide
and champions access and educational equity for underserved
populations. Critical to this role are partnerships among colleges,
undergraduate programs, Office of Academic Affairs, and the
Division of Student Affairs. The AVP oversees the Office of
Undergraduate Research (URSA), the Reserve Officer Training Corps
(ROTC) units (Airforce, Army, and Navy), OSU's Office of Global
Opportunities (OSU GO), and the University Innovation Alliance
(UIA) fellowship. In additional, the AVP oversees university-wide
initiatives related to undergraduate student success and
experiential learning.



The efforts overseen by the AVP support the University's commitment
to enhance and expand opportunities for undergraduates to engage in
experiential learning and its commitment to increase student
success. This position is responsible for efforts on increasing
student access to experiential learning activities both within and
outside of the university. Creating consistency of access to these
activities across the colleges, OSU campuses and locations, and
student demographic groups is critical to efforts narrowing the
opportunity gaps with which many first generation, low income, and
underrepresented students experience.



The Office of Academic Affairs provides a welcoming and inclusive
work environment, in which everyone is treated with dignity and
respect and is valued for their contribution to student success at
Oregon State University. The AVP is a member of the leadership team
in the Office of Academic Affairs and reports to the Vice Provost
for Academic Affairs. Leaders in the Office of Academic Affairs are
expected to operate in a collaborative manner with colleagues,
perform functions with a high level of ambiguity in an
ever-changing environment that requires continual flexibility, and
perform all aspects of their work with a commitment to diversity,
equity, and inclusion.
Position Duties: 100%

Actively participate, learn, contribute, and lead in the
national conversations related to current and emerging trends in
experiential learning and study abroad as well as co-curricular
student success initiatives and integrate as appropriate into
programs at Oregon State University.
Help develop, implement, and manage a strategic business plan
to meet institutional goals for experiential learning opportunities
for OSU students. Elements may include: an experiential learning
hub with central and distributed components to coordinate
experiential learning opportunities and provide equitable access
for all OSU students; collaborative approaches to promoting study
opportunities away from the home campus including study abroad,
study away, global learning, research, and other opportunities;
clear pathways towards integrating co-curricular activities into
degree programs for students, with articulation of how options fit
into graduation paths;
Collaborate with academic colleges, INTO OSU, the Senior
International Officer, and other partners to support and increase
engagement in programs and opportunities for students to gain
experience away from their home campus both inside and outside the
US. As feasible, these opportunities can build on faculty interests
and capacity available within OSU.
In collaboration with the Director of OSU GO, develop
priorities and policies related to international exchange, study
abroad programs, and international internships consistent with
OSU's strategic goal to further internationalize OSU.
Provide expertise and best practices in study opportunities
away and abroad (incorporating various modalities of engagement),
research experiences for undergraduates, and other high-impact
experiential learning opportunities.
Work with colleges and campus partners to provide training and
development for faculty and staff to grow high-impact experiential
opportunities for students. Specifically focus on training so that
faculty and staff may develop recruitment plans for incorporating
more BIPOC and other underrepresented students into experiential
learning activities.
Lead central efforts supporting undergraduate student success
including, but not limited to, UIA projects, the Undergraduate
Student Success Committee, Undergraduate Education Council, and
elements of academic advising.
Provide leadership, supervision, and direction for assigned
staff including Director of OSU GO, Associate Director of the
Office Undergraduate Research, STEM Leaders Coordinator,
experiential learning staff, UIA Fellow, and support staff for
Army, Navy, and Air Force ROTC. Hire and train employees; plan,
assign, and review work, establishing goals for each position and
assessing performance through completion of written evaluations;
act on disciplinary issues, up to and including dismissal; address
grievances, develop a framework for corrective actions, as
necessary. Complete performance evaluations and recommend salary
actions.
Work collaboratively with other administrators, advisers,
academic departments, and Faculty Senate representatives on issues
related to the portfolio.
Provide fiscal oversight and tactical supervision for
activities.
Develop and maintain staffing plan for division inclusive of
on-going development and growth plans for the AVP portfolio.
Establish plans, policies, procedures, and budgets needed to
administer the offices in the portfolio; establish workload
expectations consistent with OSU practices and norms.
While not supervisory, provide connection, support, and
leadership to the ROTC commanders on behalf of the university.
As appropriate, pursue, oversee, and coordinate grant
activities and projects.
Working with the OSU Foundation and Alumni Association to
establish scholarships, endowments, and/or fundraising
opportunities for the portfolio of experiential learning.
Track student success and experiential learning metrics with an
emphasis on increasing access and participation amongst
underrepresented, first generation, and low-income students across
all colleges.
As appropriate, produce scholarship related to experiential
learning and student success.
As a member of the Office of Academic Affairs leadership team,
the AVP may be called upon to represent the Vice Provost and the
Office in various capacities.
Participate in professional organizations supporting the work
in the portfolio.
Serve on university committees; and
The AVP serves at the pleasure of the Vice Provost for Academic
Affairs, who can assign additional duties as needed.

Minimum/Required Qualifications

Doctoral degree or advanced terminal degree from an accredited
institution
Minimum three years of experience in higher education
administration involving program development in the areas of
experiential learning and student success.
Experience leading, designing, or coordinating study
abroad/away opportunities for students.
Record of working with BIPOC and other underserved communities
and experience creating programs that help close equity gaps among
diverse student populations.
Experience with operational logistics and technical tools that
support programs such as study abroad, experiential learning,
undergraduate research, or ROTC.
Evidence of effective leadership, successful collaboration with
partners and stakeholders, and excellence in staff supervision,
employment matters, and promoting professional development.
Demonstrable experience with making independent decisions
related to portfolio management, programmatic changes, and
policy.
Demonstrable commitment to promoting and enhancing
diversity.

Preferred (Special) Qualifications

Six years of experience in higher education administration
involving program development in the areas of experiential learning
and student success.
Experience running a study abroad unit at comparable sized
institution.
Experience with curriculum development or delivery and/or
curricular integration of experiential learning components
(capstone projects, faculty-led study abroad, etc.)
Experience with development, implementation, and iteration of
strategic plans, budgets, and fundraising.
Experience with development or management of internship
programs.
Teaching experience in a higher education setting.
Demonstrable experience leading institution-wide
initiatives.
The Chronicle of Higher Education. Keywords: Chief Academic Officer, Location: Corvallis, OR - 97331

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