Monday, October 15, 2012
The University of Texas School of Law invites applicants for the position of Assistant Dean For Student Affairs. The Assistant Dean is responsible for supervising the administrative office that oversees the academic experience of students at UT Law School. Specific functions of the Student Affairs Office include administering University and Law School rules and regulations, maintaining student records, implementing a course registration process, and advising students on course selection and other academic matters. The Assistant Dean is responsible for supervising the student discipline process of the University, implementing accommodations for disabilities, managing all law student organizations, facilitating students applications to state bar authorities, and producing the UT Law Graduation, also known as the Sunflower Ceremony. The position requires a highly motivated individual, with excellent interpersonal skills for working with students, faculty, and administrators. The Assistant Dean for Student Affairs must be involved in maintaining high standards in student life and academic counseling. There is a strong preference for candidates with a J.D. and five years of experience working in higher education with student programs.
More information is available at https://utdirect.utexas.edu/apps/hr/jobs/nlogon/121005010351
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