Vice President for Administration

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University of Hawaii
Vice President for Administration The University of Hawai'i System (UHS) invites applications for the position of Vice President for Administration (VPA). Reporting to UHS's President, the VPA leads, manages and administers the systemwide programs in human resource management and administration, capital improvements planning and execution, procurement and real property management, risk management, and external affairs and relations. The VPA provides executive leadership in: the management of assigned functions for the University's system offices and the system's ten campuses (one research intensive, two comprehensives and seven
colleges); the development, implementation and assessment of the University's administrative infrastructure with emphasis on enhancing strategic planning, design, and management of a systemwide policy management program; the coordinated development of systemwide plans for public safety and all hazards preparedness, emergency management and recovery activities; advancing sustainable campus facilities and operations; and fostering collaborative data-driven decision making between and among system offices and campuses to enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of administrative operations of the University. For a complete position description including minimum and desirable qualification requirements, visit workatuh.
.edu (search on position #89446) To apply: Applicant must submit the following: (1) a curriculum vitae or resume, (2) a letter of application that expresses the bases for the applicant's interest in the position and that addresses how the applicant (a) satisfies all minimum qualification requirements, (b) satisfies desirable qualification requirements, as appropriate and (c) how the applicant's work experiences and/or formal training enable the applicant to fulfill position duties and responsibilities and (3) the names and contact information (telephone number and email addresses) of five (5) recent professional references. References will not be contacted without prior notice of candidate. To the extent allowed by law, applicant information will be treated as confidential subject to the possibility of the public disclosure of names and titles of finalists prior to an appointment being made. A background check will be made prior to employment. While, the Search Advisory Committee will accept applications until the position is filled, it is strongly recommended that applications be submitted prior to March 17, 2014 when applications screening will begin. Email correspondence/submittal is strongly encouraged and should be sent to: If application is mailed, please send materials to: University of Hawai'i at Mnoa, VC for Administration VP Administration Selection Committee Attn: Ann Sakuma, Asst to VC for Administration 2500 Campus Road, Hawai'i Hall 307D Honolulu, Hawai'i 96822 Inquiries may be communicated to Ms. Ann Sakuma, Telephone Number 956-5658; Email: MYK62683JR

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