Temple University Beasley School of Law is committed to excellence in teaching, learning, scholarship, and service. The faculty is dedicated to preparing students to enter and continue in the legal profession with the highest level of skill possible. To support their mission the law school has an immediate opening for Assistant Dean of Administration. The candidate selected will be charged with leadership, direction, and coordination of the law school’s business, finance, human resources, and facilities efforts. As Assistant Dean of Administration, you will be part of the Dean’s executive leadership team and work closely with the Dean to manage the law school’s business and financial affairs and the law school’s administrative operations. She/he will also serve as the law school’s liaison with the University for the administration and monitoring of human resources and facilities management and directly supervise ten support positions. Performs other duties as assigned. To learn about Beasley Law School visit: www.law.temple.edu/
Required Education & Experience:
Bachelor’s degree in a related field and at least eight (8) years of directly related experience, including supervisory and leadership experience. Experience with business and financial planning, operations, and management. Demonstrated experience managing large and varied budgets. Experience with financial modeling and predictive analytics. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.
Required Skills & Abilities:
Strong financial experience and expertise, including financial planning and management and spreadsheet skills.
Demonstrated interpersonal and collaborative skills, with the ability to work well with all levels of University personnel.
Strong leadership and strategic thinking skills and ability to inspire, motivate, and guide others toward accomplishment of the School’s objectives.
Demonstrated problem solving skills, with the ability to take the initiative and to resolve issues in a creative manner.
Strategic communication skills including the creation of well-developed and written internal reports.
Ability to manage and organize many different types of projects and efforts simultaneously.
Preferred Skills & Abilities:
Business degree or CPA, Master’s degree in a pertinent field, or a J.D. degree.
Demonstrated understanding of financial planning and management in a higher education and/or RCM environment.
Experience in higher education organizations and management, including experience using Banner or a similar ERP.
Please Note: This position requires a background check
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