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Central Washington University Associate Dean, College of Arts and Humanities in Ellensburg, Washington

Job SummaryThe Associate Dean is a leadership partner to the Dean. Primary responsibilities include data analysis, assessment, and decisions; coordination and leadership for all curricular issues, general education, summer session, and graduate education; implementation of CAH-level Center courses and programs; and policy coordination. The Associate Dean also serves on a variety of college and university committees and acts in the Dean's absence. All employees are expected to support CWU’s commitment to diversity and to bring and support inclusion into the university environment.Minimum QualificationsTerminal degree and credentials to qualify for tenure in one of the CWU College of Arts and Humanities disciplines, and willingness to contribute teaching effort as an administratorExcellent oral, written, and interpersonal communication skillsDemonstrated expertise in analysis, interpretation, and presentation of dataExperience with curriculum development and assessment of programmatic, general education, and course-level outcomes for accreditationAbility to establish relationships with departments within the College and units within the UniversityExpert collaborator; ability to perform as an effective member of a teamThe successful candidate will have extraordinary people skills and initiative, and will enjoy working with minimal supervision in a dynamic, collaborative academic atmosphereDemonstrated ability and/or experience with students and/or co-workers from a wide range of abilities, backgrounds, and experiencesPreferred QualificationsDemonstrated ability to strategize course scheduling and enrollmentsCommitment and experience in building innovative curricular and/or programs, to include multi-modal, digital, and problem-based learningStrong advocate for the liberal arts; experience representing and promoting the interests of faculty and students to the university at large