Nominations and applications are invited for the post of
Director of the School of Environment and Natural Resources.
The College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences
(CFAES), at The Ohio State University
The Director is responsible for leading a diverse and comprehensive administrative team.
Program of research, teaching, extension/outreach. We are
Individuals with disabilities are particularly interested in submitting applications
Diverse life experiences and whose record/potential indicate the
Effectively foster collegial, cooperative, and collegial relationships
Students, staff, and faculty can have productive relationships.
Within the School, and with other departments, programs are and
Stakeholders in the College, at University and beyond In
Additionally, the Director should work with other unit leaders
and administrators to further the vision and missions for the School
to optimize School resources and promote the School
College with tribal, state, local, national and international students
organizations. The Tenure Initiating Unit is the Director.
Head for SENR. The Director reports jointly to Vice President
CFAES Senior/Dean for Agricultural Administration
Associate Dean/Director of Faculty Affairs and Staff Affairs Learn more
Information about the School of Environment and Natural Resources
Find out more at https://senr.osu.edu/about-us.
Candidates must have a doctorate in a relevant field.
To one of the School’s disciplines; be tenure-track faculty
You must have experience to be eligible for appointment in a tenured full-time position
Professor in any of these disciplinary areas in SENR; display the
Ability to manage and administer the financial and human resources
Leadership in a multidisciplinary academic unit.
Forward-thinking and the ability inspire are two of the qualities that define these qualities.
Influential scholarship; have developed academic and research skills
Extension/outreach and an entrepreneurial approach to be
We are committed to diversity and equity, justice, inclusion and inclusion
They must also have a track record of accomplishments or demonstrate ability.
To work with, recruit, retain, and promote diverse faculty, staff, and students
To engage with a diverse range of stakeholders, have you considered?
Demonstrated leadership ability across disciplinary boundaries
By establishing and maintaining productive working relationships, you can set boundaries
There are relationships between the disciplinary units within the School and
Alumni can share their experiences with school directors and other department chairs.
Personnel from universities, state agencies and federal agencies, and nongovernmental organizations
Organisations, as well as other stakeholders.
For more information on the
This site contains links to both the position description PDF as well as the
application portal. Questions about the School Director
Searches for Environment and Natural Resources can be directed at search
chair Dr. Shannon Washburn ([email protected]).