The College and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (The College), Department of Environmental Sciences is seeking a Business Manager. Working closely with the Chair and Associate Chair of the Department of Environmental Sciences, this position will be responsible for a number of administrative responsibilities. In collaboration with the Dean’s Office Finance and Budget Team, this incumbent will manage all non-grant department funds, which includes budget development, budget analysis, forecasting, reconciliation, cash flow analysis, transfers and other budgetary needs.
The University of Virginia Library is very pleased to announce that Stan Gunn will become its Executive Director of Information Technology on December 3, 2018. He will report to the University Librarian and Dean of Libraries, John Unsworth, and he will be a member of the Library’s senior leadership team. Stan comes from UVA’s Organizational Excellence program, where he developed processes and systems to coordinate, monitor, and assess pan-University projects (both academic and administrative).
The University of Virginia (UVA) invites applications for the position of Director of Facilities Planning and Construction. Reporting to the Associate Vice President and Chief Facilities Officer (AVP/CFO), the Director of Facilities Planning and Construction will provide leadership and direction for a large department of professional staff that manage capital construction projects for the University’s Academic Division, Health System and College at Wise.
The University of Virginia (UVA) seeks nominations and applications for the position of Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (VPDEI). As a member of the President’s Cabinet, the VPDEI will advance the University’s commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion by improving our institutional climate, culture, and capacity to attract, retain, and leverage the diversity in our community. Forging a shared sense of responsibility among faculty, staff, and students will be an essential element in realizing this larger goal.
As part of its ramp-up to the public launch of the $5B Honor the Future campaign, the University of Virginia seeks an experienced Executive Director of Development. Reporting to the Assistant Vice President (AVP) for Development, the Executive Director will play a leadership role in coordinating prospecting, fundraising and campaign planning among University Advancement development teams. This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced professional to make a valuable contribution to one of the country’s top public universities.
The role of Chief Advancement Officer (CAO) of the Curry School is a remarkable opportunity for a seasoned professional to make a difference for vital societal needs, such as teaching and learning in primary, secondary and higher education; youth development; education leadership; education policy; counseling and psychological services; and physical activity and health.
Larry Murphy has been selected as President of Darden Executive Education and Lifelong Learning, Custom Solutions. He will oversee Darden Executive Education’s custom business, including team leadership and full accountability for the revenue line. He will assume the role on January 1, 2019.
Murphy will join Darden from McKinsey & Company’s Atlanta office, where he is director of partner learning and is responsible for the learning and development of McKinsey’s more than 2,000 global partners and senior partners.
The Chief Executive Officer and Chief Learning Officer of Executive Education, Lifelong Learning & Non-Degree Programs develops and executes the vision for growing the reach and breadth of University of Virginia Darden School of Business’ impact globally. As a key representative for the School, the CEO and CLO partners directly with the Dean to innovate, grow impact and increase C-suite relevance and engagement.
The University of Virginia seeks an experienced and strategic leader to become the next Dean for the Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy. The Dean is the primary champion of academic excellence at the School and will work to further inspire, define, and grow a new and distinctive model for leadership and public policy education.
Nalini Turner brings more than 20 years of Executive Search experience to the University of Virginia’s Executive Search Group and has focused primarily in the nonprofit, healthcare and public sectors She has led complex leadership transitions and searches in partnership with Boards and Committees She is currently the Managing Director of the Executive Search Group, DC.