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Director, School of Human Development & Organizational Studies in Education

University of Florida-College of Education

The University of Florida-College of Education is seeking a Director for its
newly formed School of Human Development and Organizational Studies in
Education. This dynamic new unit offers Master's, Specialist's, and Doctoral
Degrees (Ph.D/Ed.D) in the following areas:

.         Counseling and Counselor Education

.         Educational Administration and Policy (includes the Principal
Certification program)

.         Higher Education Administration

.         Research and Evaluation Methods

.         Student Personnel in Higher Education (Master's only)

The Director will have overall responsibility for an academic unit that has
30 full-time faculty and six staff members, as well as adjunct faculty,
graduate students, and student assistants. The candidate must have a strong
track record in the administration of nationally ranked programs and the
ability to bring all programs to this level; interest in expanding programs
statewide, nationally, and globally, especially through distance education
and online learning; willingness to establish and build collaborative
partnerships with school districts and community groups; prior experience in
procuring and managing externally funded research projects; interest in
developing cross-disciplinary programs and initiatives; and experience
working in culturally and linguistically diverse environments. The
successful candidate for this position should have a distinguished record of
teaching, scholarship, and professional service commensurate for an
appointment as a tenured Professor in a Research Extensive University. The
Director reports to the Dean of the College of Education.  Salary is
negotiable based on experience and the applicant's credentials.   

To ensure full consideration, vitas, dossiers and statements of intent to
apply should be submitted by May 10, 2010, when the Search Committee will
begin reviewing applications. Applications received after this date may be
considered at the discretion of the Committee and/or hiring authority.


Applicants should submit a current curriculum vita, a letter describing
their qualifications (including evidence of successful leadership experience
and their views on managing a multi-disciplinary academic unit), three
publications or other materials relevant to their scholarly interests, and
the names, telephone numbers and e-mail addresses of four references.
Applicants should reference requisition 0803442, position 00020575.  All
application materials should be sent to:


Dr. David Miller

Chair, SHDOSE Director Search Committee

School of Human Developmental and Organizational Studies in Education

University of Florida-College of Education

1215 Norman Hall

P.O. Box 117049

Gainesville, FL 32611


 <mailto:dmiller@coe.ufl.edu> dmiller@coe.ufl.edu


The University of Florida is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The selection
process will

be conducted in accord with the provisions of Florida's 'Government in the
Sunshine' and

Public Records Laws. Search Committee meetings and interviews will be open
to the public,

and applications, resumes, and many other documents related to the search
will be available

for public inspection.

UF COLLEGE OF EDUCATION: Director, School of Human Development &
Organizational Studies in Education 




ABOUT THE COLLEGE. The UF College of Education, founded in 1906, ranks among
the top 25 public education colleges in the elite Association of American
Universities. The college has three nationally ranked programs in the 2010
US News & World Report survey of America's Best Graduate Schools:  Counselor
Education (No. 3), Special Education (No. 5) and Educational Administration
(No. 26). The college's 105 distinguished faculty members engage in
innovative research and public scholarship that enhance school improvement,
student achievement, school readiness and leadership development in the
numerous education disciplines. Nearly 1,900 students are enrolled in 21
bachelor's and advanced degree programs, offered within the academic areas
of Teaching and Learning, Special Education and Early Childhood Studies,
Counselor Education, School Psychology, Educational Administration and
Higher Education, and Research and Evaluation Methodology. 


ABOUT THE UNIVERSITY.  The University of Florida is the nation's fourth
largest university with more than 50,000 students, 4,000 faculty and 340,000
alumni throughout the world. UF offers one of the most comprehensive
academic programs in the country. Students can choose from more than 100
undergraduate degree programs in 16 colleges, while the Graduate School
coordinates some 200 graduate and professional degree programs. The Carnegie
Commission on Education rates the University of Florida among the nation's
leading research institutions. UF is home to more than 150 research centers
and institutes and its distinguished faculty conducts more than $580 million
of research annually. It is one of only 17 land-grant universities in the
Association of American Universities (AAU), and the U.S. News and World
Report ranked UF 17th in its 2009 survey of America's top public




























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