University of California, San Diego
August 24, 2007
ALL ACADEMICS AND STAFF AT UCSD (including UCSD Medical Center)
ALL STUDENTS AT UCSD
I am pleased to announce the search committee to identify candidates for the position of Vice Chancellor – Resource Management & Planning. Tony Haymet, Vice Chancellor – Marine Sciences, and Director of Scripps Institution of Oceanography, and I will co-chair the search. Other members of the Search Committee are:
Joel E. Dimsdale, Professor, Psychiatry
Paul Linden, Director, Environment and Sustainability Initiative
Douglas Magde, Professor, Chemistry and Biochemistry
Sylvia Lepe-Askari, Assistant Vice Chancellor, Resource Management & Planning
Joe Sobel, Professor, Economics
Nancee Whitson, Administrator, Blood & Marrow Transplant Program, Moores Cancer Center
Jerrod Zertuch, Student representative
The successful candidate will be an experienced and accomplished leader who will serve as the chief officer for policy development and oversight of the resource management and planning functions at UC San Diego. The incumbent will have a demonstrated record of success at increasing levels of budgetary responsibility and facilities and resource management. He/she will have managed large and complex organizations, preferably within the administration of a leading public research university.
The successful candidate will possess expertise in policy development in a shared governance environment, and broad experience with the administration of a large capital expansion program. The incumbent shall have demonstrated success in working with national, state and University-wide constituencies in advancing the resource management objectives of the organization.
He/she will have significant experience in establishing collaborative initiatives that bring together students, administrators, faculty and staff from multiple departments to creatively identify avenues to address issues. He/she will possess: a proven track record of success in strategic planning, budgeting and resource management; demonstrated ability to work with a diverse faculty, staff and student body and with all members of the academic and administrative campus-wide communities; commitment to public higher education and the University’s mission of teaching, research, and service.
The position description is posted on the Job Bulletin website: http://joblink.ucsd.edu/bulletin/job.html?job_id=43784. The search will be limited to individuals within the University of California system. The search committee will begin reviewing applications after September 28, 2007 and will continue until the position is filled.