The Provost is the chief academic officer of the college, reporting to the president and acting as chief administrative officer in the president's absence. This leader is responsible for the direction and quality of an academic program that includes approximately 90 bachelor degree programs, including supervising the hiring and development of instructional staff which includes 249 full time faculty and 144 part-time faculty; continuous improvement and assurance of high academic standards; and academic budget development and management.
For a detailed prospectus regarding both the position description, candidate qualifications, and to learn about Hope College please review the Hope College Provost Prospectus
Hope College expects the successful candidate to be an experienced, mission-oriented and Christ-center leader. The individual must possess visionary and innovative attributes to guide, promote and strategize the current and future academic program. Student-focused as well as an accomplished scholar, the individual will also champion diversity and inclusion efforts at Hope College and beyond.
The successful candidate will possess an earned doctorate or its equivalent, and a record of achievement sufficient to merit a tenured appointment to the rank of professor in one of the academic disciplines of the college. The successful candidate must have demonstrated
competence as an administrator, experience with fundraising and cultivating donor relationships, and a balanced, interest in teaching and learning, scholarship, and collaborative, grant-funded undergraduate research.
Nominations for the position can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
Candidates are asked to submit electronically in Microsoft Word or Adobe PDF: (1) a cover letter, (2) a response that directly addresses Hope’s mission statement and the leadership opportunities outlined in the profile above, (3) a curriculum vitae, and (4) the names, addresses, telephone numbers, and email addresses of five references, as well as your professional relationship with each reference listed. References will not be contacted without prior permission of the candidate.
To receive full consideration, materials should be received on or before December 01, 2021.
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