We invite nominations and applications of articulate, passionate, and excellent leaders for the position of Dean of Conrad Grebel University College. The successful candidate must have the ability to support and energize Conrad Grebel faculty and to inspire them to be strong leaders in their field. The next Dean of the College will join a healthy institution, with additional prospects to nurture and secure new partnerships and commitments for innovative educational opportunities here and around the globe; successfully mentor many new faculty in the next decade to collectively extend a vibrant identity of the College; offer bold vision about how to create a “state of the art” centre for peace advancement; lead the College in articulating a new academic plan to take us to 2020, and continue to provide sound administrative direction that has led to a healthy academic bottom line marked by steady enrollment growth and academic salaries commensurate with the University of Waterloo. For further information about the position, qualifications and application procedures, read the complete description.
The Director of the Mennonite Savings and Credit Union (MSCU) Centre for Peace Advancement (CPA) will provide leadership for this new Centre within Conrad Grebel University College at the University of Waterloo. The Centre will be comprised of faculty, staff, graduate students, affiliate and partner organizations, researchers, and community mobilizers. The Centre’s core activities will be research, training, and community engagement. The Director will have a significant role in establishing and shaping the CPA, convening an advisory committee, representing the Centre publicly, directing its activities, and supervising CPA staff and researchers. The Director will foster a culture of collaboration and creativity among the Centre’s partners and affiliates to position the Centre for significant impact and recognition.
This is a .5 FTE position for an initial two year term beginning July 1, 2014. Applications are invited until March 1, 2014.