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Johns Hopkins, LSU seeking new staff members

Andrew Hudson   ||   Oct 16, 2015  ||   

Johns Hopkins: Associate Dean of housing, dining residential life and conference services

The listing carries an application deadline of November 13 and is open to nominations and applications alike. Per the listing, the Associate Dean will oversee a "complex, $40 million budget and a professional staff of 32, and will have the opportunity to implement both programmatic and physical growth on Hopkins’ large, urban campus."

The Associate Dean reports to the Associate Vice Provost and Dean of Student Life, the Associate Dean serves as a key member of the Office of the Dean of Students’ leadership team as well as a collaborative partner to other entities both across campus and in the surrounding communities of Charles Village and Hampden.

The successful Associate Dean of Housing, Dining, Residential Life & Conference Services will be a "forward-thinking, fiscally responsible, student affairs professional who has demonstrated increasing leadership and management experience." Per the listing, a master’s degree is required. The university is accepting nominations, applications and queries electronically at [email protected].

LSU seeking Director of Technology

The Director of Technology at Louisiana State University leads and manages Auxiliary Services (AS) technology systems. Oversight includes system architecture, business application integration, campus card systems for five LSU campuses, and a POS system handling over $30 million in transactions.

A strong background in system administration, software development and strong business acumen are desired. The Director of Technology falls under the direction of the Assistant Vice President of Auxiliary Services, and would plan in the innovation and development of new services offered by auxiliary services to the institutions it supports.

Among the numerous responsibilities listed, the Director of Technology will partially oversee the Tiger Card Office by supervising the assistant manager and provide oversight for management of the operations of the campus one-card program. This includes:

  • Card planning, execution and future expansion
  • On- and off-campus contracted service offerings and vendor relations
  • Marketing and customer service
  • Program security; program budgeting/accounting
  • Regulation compliance
  • Management reporting
  • Staffing and supervisory requirements

Suggested qualifications for the Director of Technology include a bachelor's degree and seven years of progressive experience in technology, as well as three years of supervisory experience. Experience in Windows Server family operating systems.

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