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Position DetailsTitle Assistant Vice Chancellor for Faculty Affairs
Appointment Status Tenure Department IUPUI Academic Affairs Location Indianapolis Position Summary
The assistant vice chancellor for faculty affairs (AVC for Faculty Affairs) at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI; or IU-I after July 1, 2024) is a key member of the executive leadership team in the Office of Academic Affairs, reporting to the senior associate vice chancellor for academic affairs (SAVCAA), but with deep collaborative ties with the associate vice chancellor for faculty diversity and inclusion, IU and IUPUI Human Resources, the Office of Institutional Equity (or OIE), and others. Working with the SAVCAA, the primary goal is faculty career success. Key responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Promotion and tenure: design and deliver professional development related to faculty career advancement, for candidates, mentors, and administrators. Manage, with staff and SAVCAA, the campus-level P&T cycle. Manage, with faculty governance, revision of guidelines and processes. Advise schools, departments, and faculty on P&T criteria and processes.
Policy management and leadership: represent and advance IUPUI faculty needs in campus, faculty governance, and university offices affected by or in control of policies that affect faculty. Propose policy changes to enhance faculty success; design new procedures to reflect policy changes; implement new procedures to reflect administrative needs.
This position will serve as a primary resource for the campus on policies and procedures related to faculty hiring, retention, and advancement—primarily for full-time faculty (AC1) but also for some aspects of adjunct and graduate student appointees (AC2, AC3.). This position will partner with the associate vice chancellor for faculty diversity and inclusion to support recruitment and retention efforts and coordinate with the School of Medicine Faculty Affairs and Professional Development office.
The successful candidate for this key academic leadership role must have the following qualifications:
The following are preferred characteristics:
Department Contact for Questions
Margie Ferguson, Senior Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs [email protected]
Additional Qualifications Salary and Rank Special Instructions
The search will be conducted during fall semester 2023, with a start date at 50% effort on January 1, 2024.
After May 31, 2024, the position will adjust to a higher percentage of effort to be determined in consultation between the candidate and the SAVCAA (between 75% and 100%).
For Best Consideration Date Expected Start Date 01/01/2024 Posting/OAA # IU-100489-2023Supplemental Questions
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