[Coral-List] Job: Chair, ECU Department of Coastal Studies

Grace-McCaskey, Cynthia A GRACEMCCASKEYC15 at ECU.EDU
Thu Oct 21 19:31:46 UTC 2021

Hello all,
See below for an exciting department chair position!  I am happy to answer any questions you may have about the position.
It would be FANTASTIC to have a social scientist in this position!
Please share widely.

East Carolina University Department of Coastal Studies Department Chair Position
East Carolina University's Department of Coastal Studies (https://coastal.ecu.edu/coastalstudies/) invites applications for the Department Chair position beginning in August of 2022. Applicants for this position must have a Ph.D. in natural, social, or engineering sciences. Experience with coastal systems and interdisciplinary research is preferred. Successful candidates will work within the Department and with external partners to enhance the departmental mission; cultivate an inclusive vision; strengthen research, teaching, and collaborations; facilitate innovative interdisciplinary research and scholarship; administer departmental operations and budget to align strategic, academic, and operational resources; represent the Department internally and externally; recruit and retain high quality, productive faculty, staff, and students; teach within the undergraduate and graduate programs; and maintain an internationally recognized research program
The Department of Coastal Studies (DCS) coordinates and enhances research across ECU's Greenville campuses, the Outer Banks campus, our partner Institutions, and with associates around the world. DCS provides ECU with a strong center and point of contact to expand its leadership role in addressing interdisciplinary coastal and marine issues. The DCS includes interdisciplinary coastal faculty on the ECU-Greenville campus and the ECU-Outer Banks campus (http://www.coastalstudiesinstitute.org). These locations enable faculty to take advantage of the resources on the main campus and cutting-edge laboratories, classrooms, and boating facilities directly on the Croatan Sound. The Department Chair's academic appointment can be at either of these two campuses. We seek a Department Chair that will expand the international recognition of the Department and its faculty in interdisciplinary coastal research and education and advance its mission: to holistically address interdisciplinary environmental and natural resource issues across the coastal margin. The full advertisement is available at https://ecu.peopleadmin.com/postings/45608. Initial screening of applications will begin on November 15, 2021 and the position will be open until filled.

Cynthia A. Grace-McCaskey, Ph.D.
Assistant Scientist, Coastal Studies Institute (CSI)
Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology
East Carolina University
Greenville, NC  27858

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