Sunday, June 1, 2014
DEAN OF STUDENTS
USC Law School seeks applicants for the position of dean of students. The law school – located just south of downtown Los Angeles on the main USC campus – has always been a small and collegial institution. Our entering JD classes typically are under 200 students.
The dean of students oversees core aspects of student services, including student affairs, financial aid, registration and records, and the office of public service. In addition to managing these functions, the dean of students provides students with personal and academic counseling and collaborates with other law school offices, especially admissions, careers services, international programs, academic support, and the academic dean. The dean of students sits ex officio on the academic affairs committee.
The successful candidate will possess a collaborative working style and proven ability to manage an office. A JD degree and prior experience in higher education, especially in counseling students, are strongly preferred.
USC values diversity and is committed to equal opportunity in employment.
To apply for this position, follow this link: http://jobs.usc.edu/postings/23378.
For additional information, contact Professor Scott Altman: firstname.lastname@example.org