Hofstra Universityâ€™s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences is seeking an Assistant or Associate Dean for Budget and Planning. The Assistant or Associate Dean for Budget and Planning has responsibility, subject to approval by the Dean, the Provostâ€™s Office, the Division of Budget and Finance, and as appropriate, the Office of Legal Affairs, for all matters related to: developing and reviewing the Collegeâ€™s budgets; reviewing and approving purchase and reimbursement requests; reviewing and approving faculty conference research and professional development travel reimbursements; providing oversight of start-up funds and research grant funds; reviewing and approving the use of gift funds as per terms of the relevant gift; planning for the allocation of funds to support special projects and events; planning for the allocation of funds to support faculty-led study abroad programs and monitoring their use; monitoring of the use of classroom, laboratory, and office space by HCLAS departments and programs; administering the annual HCLAS Faculty Research Development Grant process and semi-annual Transformative Learning Grant process; reviewing and approving changes in class schedules and participating in the approval process for per-capita and independent study courses; providing oversight of the efficient development and implementation of the course schedule for undergraduate and graduate classes in all four divisions of the College in all academic terms; reviewing and approving full- and part-time faculty load reports; reviewing and approving supplemental and one-time payments to faculty and answering faculty questions about load and pay; liaising and/or leading committees and task forces as assigned by the dean; and reviewing and approving contracts related to HCLAS faculty projects to submit to the Office of Legal Affairs for legal review; among other related matters as assigned by the dean. To complete this work, the Assistant or Associate Dean collaborates with the HCLAS Dean and members of the Deanâ€™s Office administrative team, the Provostâ€™s Office, especially the Associate Provost for Budget and Finance, HCLAS faculty and especially department chairs, members of the Hofstra College staff, colleagues in the Division of Budget and Finance, the Office of Academic Records, the Office of Development, the Office of the Bursar, the Facilities and Plant Division, the Division of Information Technology, the Office of Legal Affairs, and others in supporting the needs of students and faculty.
The Assistant or Associate Dean attends Admissions events that occasionally occur on weekends, meets regularly with the Dean to review short-term and long-term projects, meets regularly with Deanâ€™s Office administrators to review HCLAS initiatives and projects. The Assistant or Associate Dean is called upon to represent the Dean from time to time at various meetings and events and collaborates extensively with all members of the Deanâ€™s Office and with administration, faculty, and staff on special projects and on ad hoc committees and task forces. The Assistant or Associate Dean regularly attends meetings of the HCLAS Deanâ€™s Council (meetings with all Department Chairs), communicates regularly by email with individual HCLAS department chairs and groups of HCLAS department chairs, and regularly attends college-wide faculty meetings.
The Assistant or Associate Dean for Budget and Finance is supervised directly by the Dean of Hofstra College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and supervises the senior assistant secretary.
Internal Number: 899470-19
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