-At least eight (8), and preferably more, years of progressively responsible and significant leadership experience, preferably in higher education. Applicant must be able to use higher education data and analysis and demonstrate a high degree of comfort with relevant analytics and metrics for assessment. Applicant must demonstrate success in managing and motivating people with diverse areas of expertise, at all levels of the organization and in managing complex projects and large budgets. -Excellent skills in oral, written and digital communication (including web). -Individual must respect and facilitate diversity and inclusion in the broadest sense. -Successful applicant must be appropriately proactive and astutely reactive. S/he must take initiative and be able to make decisions, even when the data are imperfect. S/he must understand the need for urgency in our actions. S/he must act on this urgency, even as s/he demonstrates a collaborative, customer-service interaction style and even as s/he understands how to work in a decentralized organization with strong units. S/he must be sensitive to political and other considerations. S/he must also be able to work in an organization in which consensus is the goal for decision making and in which, while degrees and rank are important, there is potential for everyone to advance and for some people to move in unconventional ways. -Successful applicant must appreciate, and act on, the need for transparency. The individual must also recognize the constraints of the state personnel system and the obligations of working in a state educational system and must appreciate the special responsibilities of public universities.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, color, disability, gender, gender expression, gender identity, genetic information, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or status as a protected veteran.
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