Program Director of Master's in Leadership Studies Program
Full-time, with faculty rank based on experience; 11 month non-continuing status faculty appointment in the School of Business.
- Teaching assignment within the leadership program.
- Teaching assignments may include undergraduate programs based on the candidates’ education and previous experience.
- Communicate regularly with program faculty and adjuncts regarding program needs and direction.
- Oversee program development, direction, review and coordinate syllabi contents to ensure program-learning outcomes are addressed and achieved.
- Conduct program reviews and annual student learning outcomes assessment process recommendations for program modifications with program faculty.
Student Recruitment and Advising:
- Assist in recruiting candidates, answering inquiries, conducting interviews with potential students, reviewing application files, and making recommendation regarding admittance when requested;
- Coordinate advising/mentoring of students in the major/program.
- Respond to student, faculty and staff requests, needs, complaints and/or grievances as needed in a timely manner;
- Communicate regularly with School of Business staff regarding course schedules and faculty assignments.
- Organize/supervise extra-curricular activities of the major/program.
External Partnership Development:
- Initiate relationships/partnerships with external organizations, agencies and educational institutions.
- Investigate and apply for grants that will expand the program reach and enhance its effectiveness.
- Terminal degree related to business education; ABD status will be considered.
- Demonstrated success in organizational leadership, management or administration.
- Record or promise of scholarly achievement.
- Demonstrated success for college-level curriculum development and teaching.
- Ability to work collegially with students, staff, and faculty.
- Ability to teach and work with persons with diverse cultural, religious, political and educational perspectives.
- Strong relational, and oral and written communication skills.
- Demonstrated ability to identify and resolve problems and barriers to organizational success.
- Commitment to the Christian faith and the university’s mission of Christ-centered teaching and learning and involvement in a local church.
Send a letter of application, a completed faculty application form (including personal statements), curriculum vita, three letters of reference (including one pastoral), and transcripts or placement file to:
- John Kilroy, Ph.D.
- Fresno Pacific University
- School of Business, Box 2303
- 1717 S. Chestnut Avenue
- Fresno, CA 93702
- OR: email FPUProv@fresno.edu
Fresno Pacific University does not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnic or social background, sex, age, or physical handicap in its hiring practices. Committed to excellence and actively supportive of cultural diversity, FPU invites individuals who contribute to such diversity to apply.