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University Director of Business is accountable to the Vice President of Academic Affairs and/or designate, and is responsible for the quality and delivery of the School’s academic programs. This director will influence the professional growth and development of faculty and students while shaping the School’s success, growth and future. The University Director will work with industry leaders to ensure the School’s curriculum provides students with the industry skills that are most important and valuable. Proactive collaboration across campuses is expected in order to ensure consistency of program offerings and partnerships with the different schools. This person is an innovative thinker, with entrepreneurial drive, and possess interpersonal savvy and uncompromising commitment to academic excellence, diversity in all its forms, and interdisciplinary team-work.
The University Director will provide academic leadership, development and the continued improvement of educational programs focusing on Computer Science and Information Technology. This position will work in concert with Campus Deans, Campus program leadership, and University Administration in providing leadership and management for the Business Program. In addition, the University Director will assist the Campus Deans with the planning, organization and direction of the operation, staffing and budgeting needs of the School of Business in support of Stratford University’s goals.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified
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