ONE GREAT UNIVERSITY, TWO GREAT CAMPUSES
Dean, Faculty of Management
The University of British Columbia, ranked 35th among the world's top 500 universities, has added a new chapter to its remarkable history with the opening in 2005 of a second campus, located in Kelowna in B.C.'s Okanagan Valley. UBC Okanagan is providing students with a unique undergraduate experience. Planned to ultimately accommodate 7,000 undergraduate and 500 graduate students, it has an intimate atmosphere and is focused on greater integration of research and learning while it promotes the values of global citizenship and a civil and sustainable society. Programs are being offered through faculties of Arts & Science, Education, Management, Creative & Critical Studies, Applied Science, Health & Social Development, and a College of Graduate Studies.
Reporting to Vice President Academic & Research, you will serve as a member of a senior management team that includes seven Deans and four Associate Vice Presidents. As the Dean of the Faculty of Management, you will have a singular opportunity to build a new and progressive curriculum and an environment with smaller classes and larger themes. Guided by the recently created Academic Plan, you will be surrounded by people who share an innovative and exciting research and learning vision.
With your outstanding academic and leadership credentials, you could consider any established North American business school. Perhaps though, you'd rather write your own chapter, develop a brand new Faculty and live your life in one of the most spectacular settings imaginable. That's what UBC Okanagan is really all about... imagining what can be and making it happen.
To explore this opportunity further, please contact Barbara Morrison, Brent Cameron or Ken Werker at (604) 685-0261 or send your resume in complete confidence to email@example.com.
UBC hires on the basis of merit and is committed to employment equity. All qualified persons are encouraged to apply. The position is available immediately and will remain open until an appropriate candidate is identified.
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