Program Director & Clinical Faculty for Online EdD in Organizational Leadership
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Location: Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Internal Number: 258002
Vacancy ID: FAC0004549
The School of Education at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (Carolina) seeks an experienced scholar and administrator to serve as the inaugural program director for the newly created online EdD in Organizational Leadership. The program director will play a central role in the program's administration, coordination, and teaching. This is a full-time, fixed-term, 12-month appointment at the rank of clinical assistant, associate, or full professor. The target start date is November 1, 2023, and is negotiable, with an initial 3-year appointment. The appointment is renewable and contingent on performance and availability of funds.
The position is a unique opportunity to lead the School of Education's new online EdD program in Organizational Leadership. The three-year program is designed for working professionals with leadership experience who are motivated to effect continuous improvement and systemic sustainable change across nonprofit, private, and community organizations, government agencies, businesses, and schools. The successful candidate will:
* Manage and represent the program: Represent the program to both internal and external audiences, provide oversight and management of all key operational areas of program delivery, and ensure the achievement of program metrics and outcomes. * Curriculum development and maintenance: Work with faculty to define and continue to evolve the curriculum and co-curricular elements of the program and facilitate course development and updates as needed in alignment with curriculum design and program goals. * Teaching: Teach courses in the program commensurate with their expertise. * Admissions process: Oversee admissions criteria and a rolling admissions process, provide guidance to team members and faculty reviewing applications, and facilitate timely review of applications. * Instructor management: Identify instructors needed for course delivery and oversee the hiring, section assignments, support, and assessment of section instructors. * Student support oversight: Ensure student services personnel have and use accurate curriculum and program information when guiding students. Review and help resolve, or facilitate the resolution, of student issues and requests requiring academic approval. * Support culminating experiences: Facilitate the management, and ensure completion and documentation, of capstone projects in accordance with School of Education and Graduate School requirements. * Design, support, and participate in immersions: As appropriate, lead and/or participate in the creation and implementation of in-person experiences for the program.
Education and Experience:
Recent professional experience with directing and teaching in graduate online programs in organizational leadership or closely related fields is highly preferred.
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