President (Job Announcement) Morehouse College #job #hbcu #hbcujobs


Morehouse College

Atlanta, GA


The Morehouse College Presidential Search Committee, on behalf of its Board of Trustees, seeks in its 12th president a world class leader ready to execute an ambitious strategic plan, grow enrollment, and continue a rich legacy of producing academically superior, morally conscious, service-oriented leaders in a rapidly changing world.

Founded in 1867 as a private, residential, single-sex, HBCU liberal arts college, Morehouse is renowned for its achievements in education and the impact of its graduates in business, science, the arts, religion, and education. For 150 years, it has stood at the vanguard of educating African American men in the United States and has an outsized impact on higher education domestically. Morehouse has been the incubator of the most important minds of the Civil Rights era and remains vigilant in preparing young men to answer today’s urgent call of social justice. With an operating budget of $101M and an endowment of $130M, it enrolls approximately 2,200 students, and ranks 4th among historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) in 2017.

This moment represents an extraordinary opportunity for a titan of academia, industry or government to, as president, harness the enduring educational, cultural and intrinsic assets of an institution revered by America and the world. The new president will partner with a committed and resourceful board of trustees, expert faculty, facile administrators and staff, aspiring students and active alumni, in the work of guiding the College toward sustained excellence.

The next President will be an executive of inspired and creative leadership, tenaciously committed to preparing and graduating men of keen intelligence, unimpeachable character, and global perspective. The successful candidate will possess the ability and the enthusiasm to serve as a visible and inspiring advocate for Morehouse College and for the liberal arts. The president will be known for the demonstrated capacity to execute a strategic vision, a record of effective leadership and administrative management in challenging environments, including accomplishments in navigating complexity and change with financial acumen, and prodigious fundraising.

Monroe “Bud” Moseley is leading this search with Lionel Anderson.

Morehouse College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.




Assistant Controller (Job Announcement) Paine College #job #hbcu #hbcujobs

Assistant Controller

Institution: Paine College
Location: Augusta, GA
  • Admin – Business and Financial Services
Posted: 10/30/2014
Type: Full Time


Job Description

  • Assists the Controller in maintaining the general ledger.
  • Responsible for drawing down Federal funds.
  • Assists the Controller in reconciling restricted funds.
  • Responsible for preparing the calculation for the Title IV withdrawal funds.
  • Responsible for reviewing the credit balances for student refunds.
  • Maximize the use of the Jenzabar System to assist with performing routine tasks.
  • Prepare analyses and schedules as assigned for the annual financial audit of the college.
  • Assist the Controller in establishing and monitoring appropriate internal process controls to enhance the overall operations of the Controller’s Office.
  • Assist the Controller in preparing the College’s annual operating budget and monitoring the budget by distributing the monthly Budget vs Actual Report to departments.
  • Prepare and monitor the contracts and grants schedule to ensure that grant funds are drawn down in timely manner.
  • Uses Accounting and Analytical skills to monitor, track, prepare and submit grant and contract financial reports for both external agencies and internal use.
  • Enters grant and contract budgets in Jenzabar.
  • Assists in the preparation of financial documents, including the Schedule of Expenditures of Federal Awards.
  • Inspects items on grant expenditure reports to determine if they are within the guidelines of the grant.
  • Applies principles of accounting to analyze past and present financial operations relating to grants and contracts.
  • Prepares monthly payroll allocation journal entries where applicable.
  • Maintains calendar/ schedule of financial report deadlines to ensure compliance with grant reporting requirements
  • Assume responsibility for the Controller’s Office operations in the absence of the Controller.
  • Assume other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Controller.



  • Strong organizational, analytical, decision-making and administrative skills.
  • Strong relational/problem solving, project management, sound judgment, initiative, flexibility, detail-oriented skills.
  • Strong interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to prioritize multiple assignments and projects, mobilize efforts toward completion, and deliver with a high degree of quality on a consistent basis.
  • Must be able to work well with employees at all levels of the College with proven experience in managing and directing a diversified work staff. Must be able to handle all situations with tact, persuasiveness, and diplomacy.
  • Must be self-directed and innovative, able to assess current operations in an effort to improve the future goals of the College. Must be able to meet deadlines in a timely manner.
  • Strong technology skills to include Microsoft Office products with emphasis on Excel.




  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration/Management orrelated field, minimum 4-6 years of experience in theController/Business Office; experience in a supervisory role.



  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Business Administration/Management. 6 years of experience in the Controller/Business Office; 2 years in a supervisory role in a college and university environment.



Competitive, based on qualifications and work experience.

Expected Start Date

As soon as a suitable candidate is found.

To Apply

Complete an Application for Employment online.

Faculty positions may still require applicants to mail transcripts and other documents. See application for details.

For questions regarding this posting contact:

Paine College
Office of Human Resources

President of Clark Atlanta University (Job Announcement) #jobs #hbcu #hbcujobs

President of Clark Atlanta University

Institution: Clark Atlanta University
Location: Atlanta, GA
  • Executive – Presidents and Chancellors
Posted: 10/17/2014
Type: Full Time

The Clark Atlanta University Board of Trustees and Presidential Search Committee seek its fourth president and invites expressions of interest and applications for the presidency of the only private, independent, graduate research institution in the HBCU community. Formed in 1988 as a result of the consolidation of two independent black institutions–Atlanta University (1865) and Clark College (1869), Clark Atlanta is a regionally accredited, highly rated residential, coeducational, United Methodist Church-related, comprehensive research university. The university campus has 39 academic, administrative, and student support buildings located on 126 acres of land about 1.5 miles from the heart of Metro Atlanta. CAU is one of the five member institutions of the Atlanta University Center (AUC) Consortium, the only Historically Black Consortium of private colleges and universities in the nation.

The university, one of the largest of the 37 member UNCF colleges, offers undergraduate, graduate and professional, and nondegree certificate programs in 38 major areas of study through four academic schools: Arts and Sciences, Business Administration, Education, and Social Work. The highest enrolled undergraduate fields are: Biology, Business Administration, Criminal Justice, Mass Media Arts, and Psychology. CAU facilitates outstanding interdisciplinary and collaborative research initiatives and sponsored programs between the university and national and federal laboratories, other universities, and industry, including small and medium high-tech companies as well as houses world renowned Centers of Excellence in Cancer Research and Therapeutic Development and Functional Nanoscale Materials.

There are 173 full-time faculty members with 79% holding a terminal degree. The student-faculty ratio is 14:1 for an enrollment of 3,458 (2,629 Undergraduate; 829 Graduate) students. The student body is comprised of 74% female and 26% male; 46% in-state, 52% out-of-state, 2% international from 15 foreign countries; and almost 2,500 residential students.

In student life, the campus has 60 chartered student organizations including fraternities and sororities. Eleven intercollegiate athletic men’s and women’s teams compete in the NCAA Division II, Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. Total cost to attend per year is $34,599 and approximately $60 million dollars of endowment support financial aid and operations.

The next president will be guided by the University’s focus on becoming a dynamic 21st century research university of choice for a diverse student body that will, as graduates, help improve the quality of life in our global society.

The Board seeks a distinguished, energetic and transformative leader who can accelerate the growing reputation and success of the university. Candidates for the position will need to demonstrate the following:

  • Fundraising Experience
  • Distinguished and Appropriate Credentials
  • Relevant Experience in Higher Education
  • Superb Communication Skills
  • Strong Community Service, and
  • Leadership Abilities Demonstrated at the Education, Local, State, National, International, and Business Levels

The search committee will begin review of applications in mid-November, 2014, and will continue its work until an appointment of a new president is made in early February, 2015. Applicants should submit a letter of interest that addresses CAU’s mission and strategic initiatives, curriculum vitae, and five references with email and phone numbers (references will not be contacted without expressed permission of the candidate). Please submit applications to Joe W. Laymon, Chairman of the Search Committee at

Drs. John Garland and James Davis, Consultants with AGB Search, Inc. are assisting the search. You may direct inquiries and questions or, phone numbers 937-416-5819 or 540-539-9415. For a copy of the profile and additional information, please consult or

Clark Atlanta University is an equal opportunity institution.


Application Information

Contact: Clark Atlanta University
Email Address:

Assistant Dean for Academic Advising Services (Job Announcement) Winston-Salem State #job #hbcu #hbcujobs

Assistant Dean for Academic Advising Services

Institution: Winston Salem State University
Location: Winston-Salem, NC
  • University Administration – Academic Affairs
Posted: 10/28/2014
Application Due: Open Until Filled
Type: Full Time

JOB DESCRIPTION: Winston-Salem State University invites applications for a dynamic leader for the position of Assistant Dean for Academic Advising Services, University College and Lifelong Learning (UCaLL). The Assistant Dean will report to the Associate Provost and Dean for University College and Lifelong Learning and is responsible for the leadership of the academic advising programs and related services which facilitate students’ successful matriculation and retention. The Assistant Dean provides leadership to a staff who plans and implements the academic advisement programs and services for all pre-majors of the University. The Assistant Dean will also collaboratively work with the UCaLL leadership team and other appropriate faculty and staff. They will ensure that necessary resources are in place to provide and assess effective advising services which will enhance the retention and ultimate graduation of students. In addition, the Assistant Dean will work with the Associate Provost and Dean of University College and Lifelong Learning to ensure that the strategic initiatives of the Division are successfully implemented.

COMPETENCIES: Responsible for the strategic oversight and ongoing development and delivery of the University’s advising system for all undergraduate students;

Responsible for the development, enhancement, and implementation of a comprehensive plan for academic advising, grounded in best practices and research;

Develops, enhances, and implements regularly scheduled and on-going training programs for Academic Success Counselors, faculty advisors and peer mentors;

Works closely with department chairs, faculty advisors and administrators to enhance advising relationships with students;

Provides timely and appropriate academic advising/interventions for at-risk students, especially those who are on academic probation and/or have been suspended/reinstated to the university;

Participates in new student orientations to ensure that all incoming undergraduate students are fully informed about curriculum requirements and expectations;

Identifies and recommends new program initiatives and opportunities to strengthen and expand current advising processes;

Works closely with University constituents to ensure that Lifelong Learning advising programs and services are consistent with and closely integrated with the University’s strategic plan and academic mission;

Provides leadership to ensure that the strategic initiatives of the Division are being successfully implemented;

Works closely with faculty and administration on measures to advance the excellence and impact of University College and Lifelong Learning programs.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Terminal degree related to Leadership, Advising, or any related field

At least four (4) years demonstrated ability and experience in leading the effective development and delivery of innovative academic advising programs and support services

Experience with learning outcomes assessment, academic advising, learning support activities, program development and general education reform

Experience with advising-related technology, specifically BANNER administrative software application and GradesFirst learning management system, as well as other technology

Demonstrated ability to engage in scholarship and grant-writing

Demonstrated success in developing and implementing advising initiatives at colleges or universities

Demonstrated ability to strategically plan, budget, and team-build

Experience with word-processing, spreadsheet, presentation, and database software

Strong supervisory, training and presentation skills

Demonstrated leadership and management in a complex organization

Collaborative style and ability to work closely with University partners to enhance academic advising programs

Excellent written and oral communication and interpersonal skills

Mission-driven, focused, and energetic

Demonstrated sensitivity to and understanding of diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, ethnic, and disability backgrounds


Associate Provost for Student Affairs (Job Announcement) Jackson State #job #hbcu #hbcujobs

Posting Number S00337P
Position Title Associate Provost for Student Affairs
Department Division of Academic Affairs
Salary Salary is competitive and commensurate with qualifications and experience
Grant Funded No
Location Main Campus
Faculty or Staff Staff
Number of Vacancies 1
Desired start date
Position Summary The Associate Provost for Student Affairs primary responsibility is for the leadership management, strategic direction, policy development, and administrative oversight of Student Affairs.


Minimum Required Education Candidates for the position of Associate Provost for Student Affairs will have a Doctoral degree and a minimum of ten (10) years of post-degree experience directly related to higher education administration.
Minimum Required Experience 1. Experience in Student Affairs at a four-year college or university.2. Experience in budgeting, planning, assessment and career development in higher education student affairs administration;3. Exceptional track record as a leader who inspires.
Minimum Required Licenses and/or Certifications None
Preferred Qualifications None
Skills and Abilities 1. A team builder, an advocate for students on and off campus, mentor for students, active member involved in the life of the campus.2. Skilled communicator who listens well, and writes and speaks with clarity and inspiration.Responsibilities:
1. The Associate Provost will provide strong visionary leadership for directors and managers in Student Affairs to ensure the effective collaboration and integration of a wide range of student affairs programs and services to achieve student development and learning outcomes.

2. The Associate Provost will work with and represent the interest of a diverse student body (undergraduate and graduate) to ensure a mutually reinforcing relationship between the academic and non-academic life of students.

Posting Detail Information

EEO Statement Jackson State University is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All application for faculty, staff, and student work-aid positions are considered without regard to race, sex, religion, national origin, are, or physical or mental handicap (except where such handicap renders the person incapable of doing the job). In addition, Jackson State University recruits, admits and provides services, financial aid, and instruction to all students without regard to race, sex, religion, national origin, age, handicap, veteran or other status protected by law.
Background Check Statement Jackson State University is committed to providing a safe campus. JSU conducts background checks for applicants being considered for employment. Background checks include reference checks, criminal history/record check and when appropriate a credit report or driving history report.
Open Date 10/10/2014
Close Date
Open Until Filled (overrides close field) Yes


Vice President for Academic Affairs (Job Announcement) Lincoln University of Penn #job #hbcu #hbcujobs

Vice President for Academic Affairs

Provides vision and leadership in planning, developing and implementing the University’s academic programs and ensures the growth and quality of all educational offerings and academic support functions. As the chief academic officer, the Vice President is directly responsible to the President and serves as a member of the President’s Cabinet. The Academic Vice President advises the President on academic affairs and is the spokesperson for the faculty, departmental chairpersons and academic deans with regards to the instructional programs, budget proposals and academic policies.



  • Terminal degree in an academic discipline related to University offerings and experience as a Vice President of Academic Affairs, Provost, Dean or senior academic administrator.
  • Successful record as a teacher and well-published scholar.
  • Demonstrated abilities in academic administration, including team-building and the ability to work with diverse groups from all segments of the University community.
  • A record of successful leadership in higher education.
  • Commitment to the enrichment of diversity.
  • Knowledge of the issues of contemporary management.
  • Demonstrated ability to make difficult decisions that support the University’s mission and goals.
  • Demonstrated effective team management skills, communication skills, and the ability to develop and executive short/long-term plans with unquestioned integrity.
  • Excellent written, presentation, interpersonal skills, and the ability to work within a culturally diverse organization. Demonstrated ability to work effectively with a variety of constituencies – administrators, faculty, staff, and students.
  • Must have a high level of professional appearance and demeanor.
  • Ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality.

Essential Job Functions:

  • Administer the University’s instructional and research functions, its Graduate School, the Library, satellite campuses, and a number of academic support offices.
  • Coordinate and oversee faculty and administration recruiting and hiring in the areas under Academic Affairs.
  • Make final recommendations to the President on all personnel matters in the areas under Academic Affairs, including appointments, reappointments, awarding of tenure, salaries and raises, ranks and promotions, leaves of absence and retirement.
  • Resolve conflicts and advise other academic administrators on personnel issues.
  • Develop long- and short-range plans for the curriculum, staffing, enhancing efficiency and effectiveness, and for improving quality.
  • Assist with University governance as appropriate.
  • Provide leadership to the faculty and make final recommendations to the President on curriculum matters. Serves as a member of the President Cabinet.
  • Administer the academic policies and requirements of the University, and counsel students in these and other matters.
  • Promote excellence in teaching and scholarship and the increased use of technology in teaching and administration.
  • Ensure that all programs have an on-going program of assessment.
  • Develop budgets and monitor expenditures for the academic offices under the Vice
  • President for Academic Affairs, coordinating with the Office of the Vice President for Fiscal Affairs.
  • Provide leadership and direct supervision to those reporting to the Vice President for Academic Affairs.
  • Supervise the Deans of the Colleges; Director of the Library; Center for Teaching and Learning; Academic Assessment and Accreditation; Academic Advising, and Support Staff.
  • Assist the President and the Vice President for Institutional Advancement in fundraising and public relations efforts of the University. Encourage and assist faculty in applying for grants and contracts.
  • Meet regularly with the Educational Policies and Academic Affairs Committee of the Board of Trustees, preparing the agenda, all reports, and acting as recorder for their meetings.
  • Promote and advance the University by actively participating in appropriate state, regional, and national organizations.
  • Promote and advance the University by active participation in charitable and civic organizations.
  • Serve as University liaison to Middle States Commission on Higher Education.
  • Provide oversight of academic services, including advising, tutoring, and engagement units.

Supervisory Relationships:
Provides leadership, direction and supervision to the following departments; the Deans of the Colleges, Director of the Library, Center for Teaching and Learning, Academic Assessment and Accreditation, Academic Advising, and Support Staff.

Working Conditions:
Work is primarily performed in a university campus environment and requires a flexible schedule including evening and weekend work. Travel for administrative and legislative work is expected as well as visits to satellite locations. The employee is subject to inside environment conditions: protection from weather conditions but not necessarily from temperature changes.

Application Information

Postal Address: Office of Human Resources
Lincoln University
PO Box 179
1570 Baltimore Pike
Lincoln University, PA 19352
Phone: 484-365-8059
Email Address: