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The University of Ft. Lauderdale invites applications for the following positions:
Vice President of Academics/Chief Academic Officer
University of Fort Lauderdale is seeking a Chief Academic Officer. The Chief Academic Officer is responsible for the entire learning and curriculum set forth for the institution. As Chief Academic Officer you will coordinate, define and communicate integrated plans for the growth and development in all educational areas. Skills in both strategic thinking and strong execution skills across various forms of education styles are required. Candidates must have Terminal Degree preferred from a fully accredited institution recognized by the U.S. Department of Education at the time of application. 
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University of Fort Lauderdale is currently accepting resumes for the position of Bursar.   Responsibilities include, but not limited to, preparing and maintaining accurate and timely management reports on business activities, i.e. weekly and monthly income and expenditures, departmental budgets, assuring that all financial transactions follow sound accounting procedures and that the financial regulations of the state, federal and school are observed.  Experience is required.  Send cover letter and resume to humanresources@uftl.edu or contact the university at (954) 486-7728.
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The President of the University of Fort Lauderdale is the Chief Executive Officer responsible for administering academic programs, maintaining the financial stability of the institution, and complying with all regulatory procedures for operation in the State of Florida. The President reports to the Chancellor and Board of Trustees with the Chancellor being the immediate Supervisor who will monitor the President daily. He or she will be an active member of a Christian congregation and committed to the University's Christian heritage. The duties and responsibilities of the President include the following categories and activities:

1. Public Relations Represent the University in all official functions to communicate the thrust and ministry of the University of Fort Lauderdale (UFTL) to the community.

2. Fund Development Pursue areas of funding that will help maintain the financial stability of the institution. Moreover, secure external funding with an accent upon raising funds from individual donors, private and non-profit sources, government agencies, corporations, and foundations.

3. Fiscal Approve all business transactions for the University to ensure the integrity of the system and provide accountability reports to the Board.

4. Personnel Interview, hire and recommend for termination personnel of the University.

5. Academics Maintain the academic integrity of the university by providing direct oversight of policies, procedures, personnel, and admission standards.

6. Admissions Review, evaluate, and approve special admission and life experience application materials.

7. Authorization/Accreditation Prepare the annual report for the Commission of Independent Education and pursue accreditation for UFTL.

8. Communication Maintain communication with students, faculty, and the community through seminars, teaching, publications, public speaking engagements, and presentations.

9. Professional Development Provide opportunities for professional development activities for faculty, staff, and students.

10. Outreach Participate and partner with other ministries to promote the gospel and unity in the body of Christ.

11. Faculty Recruit and hire highly qualified, committed, inspired, and dedicated faculty to demonstrate the power of God by example and teaching.

12. Collaboration Maintain harmony and unity with The Faith Center (TFC) through close relationship, open communication, and continuous support for activities sponsored by TFC. Serve on local and state committees and community organizations to represent The University of Fort Lauderdale’s interests.

13. Finances Conduct financial management with reporting responsibilities at Board of Directors meetings. Implement board policies on financial management. Prepare and submit an annual budget and recommend necessary budget changes.

14. Operations Develop and implement operational strategies and procedures for the University of Fort Lauderdale. Review and evaluate operational procedures and establish procedures and guidelines for information technology and supervise staff.

15. Faculty and Staff Relations ·Coordinate human resources activities regarding employment, benefits, and personnel.
·Conduct orientation for new hires.
·Maintain accurate personnel files.
·Supervise and evaluate performance of administrative personnel.
·Set policy and procedures for human resources.

16. Planning Provide leadership and direction to the University through the strategic planning process. Establish the strategic goals of the institution and direct strategic academic planning for the institution overall, coordinating the departments to achieve the institution's mission.

Minimum Qualifications:
A doctoral degree and a minimum of ten (10) years as a senior manager with substantial experience in business management, accreditation, and education. Candidate must demonstrate spiritual, educational and business leadership.

Individuals who meet these requirements must submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, original transcripts for all academic degrees, and three letters of recommendations to humanresources@uftl.edu or contact the
university at (954) 486-7728.
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The University of Fort Lauderdale is seeking adjunct faculty to work within the following areas: General Studies, College of Business Leadership, College of Religious Studies, and College of Liberal Arts. Candidates must have master's degree (Terminal Degree preferred from a fully accredited institution) and 18 graduate semester hours in the teaching discipline from an institution accredited by an agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education at the time of application. All interested candidates should submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and a copy of your transcripts to humanresources@uftl.edu or contact the University at (954) 486-7728.
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