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Dean, McCamish School of Business

Reinhardt University invites applications for the position of Dean of the McCamish School of Business. The position is a 12-month position and will start July 1, 2018. The Dean reports to the Provost and serves on the Provost’s Council.

The McCamish School of Business is the largest school in the University, serving approximately 22% of the 1,500 students attending Reinhardt University. The McCamish School focuses its instructional philosophy on training students to be efficient, effective and ethical leaders. The School offers undergraduate programs for traditional learners in accounting, general business, management, and marketing. In 2016, the School launched the BBA online, a degree-completion program, to compliment its long-standing and successful Organizational Management & Leadership program for working adults. The McCamish School also offers an on-ground Masters of Business Administration in Woodstock, GA.

The University seeks a Dean who will lead faculty in developing a stimulating educational environment where students have an opportunity to grow and learn through engaged teaching, relevant internships, and practical hands-on experiences. The new Dean should recognize the significance of liberal arts general education provided by Reinhardt and work to integrate the value of broad-based learning with theoretical knowledge and practical know-how in the field of business. The Dean of the McCamish School of Business must be able to build a team of active faculty to implement a business curricula that instills the values of the University, which is affiliated with the United Methodist Church. The University also seeks a Dean who champions the profession within a Christian context and works to shape business leaders who value diverse backgrounds and ethnicities. Reinhardt also seeks a Dean acquainted with issues surrounding higher education accountability, assessment, accreditation, and employability.

The ideal candidate will demonstrate:

As a faculty member, the Dean will teach two undergraduate or graduate courses per semester at either the main campus in Waleska, Georgia or at other off-site locations (Woodstock or Cartersville). As Dean, responsibilities will include overseeing operations of the McCamish School of Business and setting a strategic vision for the growth of the School in a way that aligns with the University’s mission and strategic plan.

Requirements

The position requires an earned doctorate in business from a regionally accredited institution. Candidates must show an excellent record of teaching at the university level, along with evidence of progressive growth in rank and responsibility. Candidates should also show a diverse record of teaching experiences— teaching traditional students, online students, and working adults. Candidates with a background in accounting, economics, or finance preferred.

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. To guarantee consideration, application materials must be postmarked by Monday, January 22, 2018.

Please send letter of application, resume, and contact information for three professional references via email to: jobs@reinhardt.edu with subject line “Dean of the McCamish School of Business,” or via U.S. Mail to:


Reinhardt University
Office of Human Resources
Attn: Dean of the McCamish School of Business
7300 Reinhardt Circle
Waleska, GA 30183
770-720-5897

Profile of Reinhardt University

With a pastoral campus of 510 acres nestled at the foothills of the north Georgia mountains and only 45 miles northwest of Atlanta, Georgia, Reinhardt University, established in 1883, offers faculty and students access to a variety of environments, lifestyles, events and cultural activities. The educational program emphasizes the study of the liberal arts, sciences and professional studies within the University's commitment to the United Methodist faith and tradition. The University affirms that learning is best facilitated through a partnership between faculty members and students, and it is committed to students who desire a small, caring community dedicated to personalized attention.