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    Please direct correspondence to the contact listed below.

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    Vice Provost for Graduate Education


    Search Number

    5602-1



    Starting Date

    July 1, 2006



    Salary

    Commensurate with qualifications and experience.



    Departmental
    Information

    Founded in 1893 as a Land Grant University, Montana State University is
    composed of eight academic colleges and two divisions and boasts a
    friendly, supportive faculty and campus environment. Currently, the
    university hosts an enrollment of over 12,000 students, including
    approximately 1,000 graduate students. MSU is located in Bozeman, an
    extended community of about 40,000 nestled in the Rocky Mountains in
    southwest Montana. With an annual budget in excess of $350 million,
    including research activity of $100 million, Montana State University
    provides an excellent environment for undergraduate and graduate
    education as well as opportunities for productive research and creative
    activities. The university is listed as Doctoral/Research
    University-Intensive in the new Carnegie classification system. In
    addition to providing access to an extraordinary ecosystem for teaching
    and research programs, Bozeman is renowned for year-round recreational
    and cultural opportunities. The local airport is served by four national
    airlines.

    The city of Bozeman boasts high quality medical facilities, very low
    crime rate, many fine restaurants, acclaimed public and private schools,
    a symphony orchestra and choir, ballet and opera. Skiing Magazine
    identified Bozeman, with three major ski areas within an hour's drive,
    as the fourth top US skiing town in its September 2004 Magazine. The
    K-12 educational system, growing reputation of Montana State University,
    and pristine natural environment of the area combine to make Bozeman one
    of America's most desirable university towns.



    Duties and
    Responsibilities

    The Provost and Faculty of Montana State University invite nominations
    and applications for the newly created position of Vice Provost for
    Graduate Education. The Vice Provost for Graduate Education will be one
    of MSU's senior academic officers, reporting directly to and working
    with the Provost. The Vice Provost will be a leading advocate for
    graduate education and will be responsible for leading and furthering
    the goals of the Division of Graduate Education. The Vice Provost for
    Graduate Education will work closely with colleges and departments to
    enhance the status of graduate education, which has been identified as a
    priority in MSU's Five Year Vision Document
    provide
    leadership to increase graduate education funding; foster the
    development of innovative interdisciplinary programs; cultivate
    partnerships with external organizations for the benefit of graduate
    education; monitor the quality of graduate programs; and be an advocate
    for graduate student success. The Vice Provost will oversee all graduate
    programs including those taught by distance delivery.



    Required
    Qualifications

    1.

    An earned doctorate or appropriate terminal degree.







    2.

    A record of successful administrative experience in program development,
    budget management and staff supervision.







    3.

    Experience with policy development, implementation and administration.







    4.

    A record of successful grant activity in research and education.



    Preferred
    Qualifications

    1.

    A record of relevant administrative experience in higher education.







    2.

    A distinguished record of achievement in graduate education.







    3.

    An understanding of the administration of complex organizations and the
    ability to establish interdisciplinary and interinstitutional
    partnerships.







    4.

    Experience with Masters and Ph.D. students and programs as a faculty
    member or administrator.







    5.

    A record of successful experience working with university research
    administrators as well as federal, state and corporate executives.



    The Successful
    Candidate Will

    Have a record of innovation and accomplishment in advancing graduate
    education; be knowledgeable about issues and initiatives relating to
    higher education; have the skills necessary to promote graduate
    education and build partnerships among university, tribal, local, state,
    regional, national, and international constituencies to integrate
    research and teaching; possess the ability to build trust and maintain
    open communications; possess a record of commitment to gender, ethnic,
    and racial diversity; be committed to shared governance involving
    faculty, staff, and students; and the ability to motivate members of the
    campus community to achieve and maintain excellence in graduate
    education.



    Application
    Procedure

    Screening will begin November 15, 2005. Nominations and applications
    will be accepted until the position is filled. Applications must
    include: (1) a letter addressing the required and preferred
    qualifications; (2) a resume or curriculum; and (3) the names,
    addresses, e-mail addresses and telephone numbers of four references
    (references will not be contacted before informing the applicant). Paper
    or electronic (pdf) applications may be sent to:

    Dr. Gregory D. Young, Chair
    VPGE Search Committee
    318 Montana Hall
    Montana State University
    Bozeman MT 59717
    phone: 406-994-4371
    fax: 406-994-7989
    E-mail: gyoung@montana.edu
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    Posted 9-23-05dml



    ________________________________

    ADA/EO/AA/VETERAN'S PREFERENCE: In compliance with the Montana Veteran's
    Employment Preference Act, MSU provides preference in employment to
    veterans, disabled veterans, and certain eligible relatives of veterans.
    MSU makes accommodation for any known disability that may interfere with
    an applicant's ability to compete in the hiring process or an employee's
    ability to perform the duties of the job. To claim veteran's preference
    or request accommodation, contact Human Resources/Affirmative Action,
    Hamilton Hall, MSU, Bozeman MT 59717-2430; 406-994-2042. MSU's
    Affirmative Action Non-Discrimination Policy and Procedures are on the
    Web at www2.montana.edu/policy/affirmative_action/
    .








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