Job Title: Dean, McKay School of Education
Job Classification: FT CFS Professorial
Desired start date: 1 July 2021
Posting close date: 27 November 2020
Required Degree: Ph.D./EdD.
Required degree must be completed by the start date.
Experience: Administrative experience in higher education that has prepared the candidate for the position of dean.
Have an academic record to warrant the rank of Professor in one of the MSE's academic units or centers.
Embrace and promote the Mission and Aims of Brigham Young University within the MSE and across campus.
Create a climate of inclusion and belonging for all members of the MSE community.
Appreciate the history of the MSE and develop a vision for its future that leverages the unique contributions of its five departments and center.
Build unity from diverse programs and people and celebrate the varying talents of faculty, staff, and students.
Nourish an environment of trust, transparency, and collaboration, including the reasoned use of data to inform strategy and decisions.
Refine and promote the values of the MSE, including advocating for the role of public education in sustaining democratic institutions.
Promote transformative instructional and mentoring pedagogies, including online learning.
Encourage, support and assess consequential research.
Sustain fair and mission-driven processes for hiring, professional development, and rank and status (tenure and promotion).
Serve on the Governing Board of the BYU-Public School Partnership and facilitate renewing conversations between the districts, the MSE, and the teacher education programs within the BYU EPP.
Represent and advocate for the School and all of the programs that fall under the stewardship of the BYU Educator Preparation Program (EPP) in university councils and with senior university officials.
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Equal Opportunity Employer: m/f/Vets/Disability
BYU is an equal opportunity employer. Preference is given to qualified candidates who are members in good standing of the affiliated church, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
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