Dean, College of Law
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville (UTK) invites applications and nominations for the position of Dean of the College of Law (UT Law). The university seeks an experienced, collegial, and energetic leader who will provide the inspiration, cohesion, and vision for UT Law and serve as its chief academic and administrative officer. The dean reports to the provost and works closely with the vice provosts, deans of other academic colleges, and UT Law faculty, staff, students, alumni, and other stakeholders (including members of the Tennessee bench and bar), in setting overall academic and strategic priorities for UT Law, allocating resources to move those priorities forward, and developing a collaborative community committed to student success.
Associate Vice Chancellor & Director, Office of Equity and Diversity
Reporting to the vice chancellor for diversity and engagement, the associate vice chancellor and director of equity and diversity (AVC/director) helps create and maintain an atmosphere within the University community that seeks and supports diversity and inclusion in all aspects of University life. The successful candidate will be a strategic leader with unquestioned integrity. The AVC/director will provide university wide leadership and counsel to the vice chancellor for diversity and engagement on issues of diversity, equal opportunity and affirmative action, including campus climate; recruitment, retention, and development of staff; and achievement or opportunities concerning goals and policy compliance relative to faculty, staff and student profiles.
Assistant Vice Provost, Academic Initiatives & University Registrar
The Assistant Vice Provost for Academic Initiatives and University Registrar for the University of Tennessee-Knoxville is expected to be a visionary leader, effective manager, skilled communicator, strategic planner and committed to enhancing the student and campus stakeholder experience. The Assistant Vice Provost and University Registrar is expected to lead, inspire, motivate, coach, and provide leadership to the staff within the University Registrar team to deliver a transformational Volunteer experience supporting the strategic enrollment, retention and completions goals of the University.
The Division of Enrollment Management leadership team must lead in matters of diversity, equity, and inclusion with a spirit of humanity, generosity, and empathy. Working with the faculty, staff, and students, the the Assistant Vice Provost and University Registrar is responsible for fostering an inclusive and equitable campus community, developing meaningful strategies to empower that community through diversity at an institutional level.
Bursar, Division of Finance & Administration
The Bursar for the University of Tennessee-Knoxville is expected to lead and develop effective, efficient and innovative approaches to the management of student receivables along with maintaining and modeling the highest level of customer service expectations held by all constituents of the University. This key leader is responsible for building strategic and collaborative working relationships with students, University leaders and key stakeholders. The Bursar must be able to lead, inspire, motivate, coach, and provide leadership to the staff within the Bursar team to deliver a transformational experience supporting the goals of the University.
Working with the faculty, staff, and students, the Bursar is responsible for fostering an inclusive and equitable campus community, developing meaningful strategies to empower that community through diversity at an institutional level. The highest commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion are to be an innate quality possessed by the successful candidate.