Chair & Associate or Full Professor
Department Chair and Associate or Full Professor to be the academic and administrative leader and to manage the work of the Department of Microbiology. Position to begin January 1, 2024.
Responsibilities include budgeting, staffing, scheduling, supervising, and mentoring; enhancing the academic program; supporting research; overseeing curriculum, facilities, alumni outreach; helping to elaborate and implement a vision for the department and the department’s future directions; recruiting faculty and students; providing guidance and evaluation for promotion and tenure and departmental fiscal management; leading the faculty to achieve professional and departmental goals; working with staff, students, and other constituents; continuing to teach and perform research duties as appropriate.
- Ph.D. and the rank of Full or Associate Professor in Microbiology, or closely related discipline, and tenure at Miami University; excellent record of accomplishment in teaching and research, and administrative experiences suggesting a demonstrated ability to lead an academic department.
- Consideration may be given to candidates at the rank of Full Professor.
Special Instructions to Applicants:
Submit a cover letter outlining administrative philosophy and a vision for the future of the department and a curriculum vitae. Inquiries may be directed to Kris Zomchek, Director of Personnel, Planning and Operations, College of Arts and Science at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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