|Posting Number: CPM-8219|
|Position Title: Assistant Dean, Students|
|Department: LSE-Lassonde School of Engineering - Office of the Dean|
|Salary Grade: G|
|Hiring Salary Range: $90,596 - $101,920|
|Maximum of Salary Range: $124,569|
|Duration: Continuing Full-Time|
|Hours: 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.|
PLEASE NOTE THAT APPLICATIONS FOR THIS POSTING WILL BE ACCEPTED UNTIL 4:30 pm, WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 12, 2012.The Assistant Dean, Students is the lead in establishing a one- stop centre for student engagement services for Engineering. This position champions putting "Students' First" within the Faculty of Engineering by providing oversight, developing strategies, providing direction and guidance for all aspects of the student life cycle (from prospective student to graduate) within the Faculty. As a member of the senior management team at the Lassonde School of Engineering (LSE) the Assistant Dean, Students' goal is to provide quality service to students. It provides administrative services and ensures that these services integrate with the corresponding policy, decision-making and administrative bodies within the University. This position reviews policies, sets operational goals, monitors performance against goals and makes recommendations to the Associate Dean, Academic on: revising/creating policy, improving levels of service, streamlining processes, improving efficiency and, implementing best practices as they relate to students.
Graduate university degree (in engineering, science or technology preferred). Higher education administration (an asset) or, equivalent combination of education and experience in academic services and/or student development (also in engineering, science or technology); demonstrated knowledge of research related to academic advising and student success.
Extensive experience in managing student services. Several years of progressively responsible management experience, including setting goals and objectives, coordination, planning and supervision in a multifunctional environment, administrative experience, excellent technological skills including database management, statistical analysis. Experience in public relations/communications/publications management.
Demonstrated leadership skills; planning experience including setting priorities, monitoring, and program evaluation; excellent communication skills including oral presentation and written; analytical experience including interpreting statistical data; proven project management and organizational skills; database management; financial management; proven ability to work effectively in a multi-tasked environment under high pressure and with high volumes; excellent interpersonal skills; proficiency with various computer programs including: word processing, spreadsheet, presentation software; discretion, good judgment, integrity, and initiative.
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