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Senior Department Coordinator-Boyce College

Job Qualifications
Would co-workers say you are an excellent communicator?
Do you have an understanding of Boyce College and Southern Seminary curriculum?
Are you passionate about seeing students equipped to minister the Gospel?
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  • Assist the Dean in his role of managing the identity, culture, and growth of Boyce College
  • Complete a broad variety of administrative tasks for the Dean; serving as primary contact for speaking requests, providing oversight for the office budget, hiring and evaluating administrative staff
  • Communicate directly, on behalf of the Dean, with SBTS senior management teams, faculty, staff, and others, on matters related to the Dean’s initiatives. In so doing, he or she provides a bridge for smooth communication between the Dean’s office and internal departments
  • Lead weekly staff meetings for dean’s office support staff
  • Evaluate and follow up on incoming issues and concerns addressed to the Dean, including those of a sensitive or confidential nature. Determine appropriate course of action or response
  • Provide initial draft on some external communication from the Dean and serve as editor for any official documentation from the Dean’s office
  • Participate as a member of the Boyce Cabinet and take minutes at all cabinet meetings
  • Collect relevant data for Boyce cabinet and other committee meetings organized by the dean
  • Research and execute special projects from the Dean
  • Collaborate with Dean, department chairs, and program directors to assess needs and develop proposals for new programs
  • Provide oversight, implementation, and advising of special academic programs (Seminary Track, Worldview Studies Certificate, Honors Collegium, etc.)
  • Ensure academic programs conform to laws, regulations, and policies
  • Provide support for periodic program reviews required by the university and accreditation agencies
  • Contribute to the development and production of official publications (catalog, handbook, website, etc.) and unofficial publications (brochures, promotional materials, etc.)
  • Coordinate events that promote faculty engagement and development (faculty meetings, workshops, etc.)
Job Requirements

The person in this position must have completed a bachelor’s degree and graduate degree. Preference is given to applicants who are working towards an advanced masters or doctoral degree (DMin; ThM; PhD).

Work Environment
The Office of the Dean of Boyce College is an academic and professional office directly connected to the overall mission of Boyce College.
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