How to Apply
A cover letter is required for consideration for this position and should be attached as the first page of your resume. The cover letter should address:
Your specific interest in the positions available.
Outline your skills and experience that is directly related to the description as stated.
Please note: There are two positions being filled through this posting. Applicants applying will be considered for both positions unless a preference for only one of the positions is indicated in the cover letter. Applications with no cover letter will not be considered.
The College of Literature, Science and the Arts, Office of the Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education (UGED) is hiring two business administrators to join our management team. The College of Literature, Science and Arts is the largest College at the University of Michigan and is home to over 4,500 faculty and staff, including LEO Lecturers, Graduate Students, and thousands of temporary staff.
Each Business Administrator will provide strategic partnership and guidance on fiscal, HR, and related policies for two groups of 8-9 units. The selected candidates will be expected to assist the UGED Chief Administrator with Division-wide managerial projects, strategic initiatives, and resolve any unit based operating and managerial concerns.
The Division includes twenty plus academic and academic support units from across the College, dedicated to student exploration, engagement, and learning. We offer curriculum and advising support as well as instructional support for both students and faculty. The division also houses the LSA Curriculum Committee, Applied Liberal Arts and the University Courses Division. Many of our academic enrichment programs feature high impact educational experiences, such as study abroad, undergraduate research and civic engagement. We also serve as an incubator for curricular and co-curricular innovation. These positions are a key part of the Senior Leadership Team and will report to the Chief Administrator for Undergraduate Education. Together we pursue a mission of academic excellence and creativity with a commitment to diversity, access, equity and inclusion for the students served by the Division and the faculty and staff who advise, teach, guide and support them.
The individual portfolio groupings are as follows, and are subject to change at any time based on sound management practices:
Ann Arbor , United States