▪ Master’s degree.
▪ Track record of success working where maximizing student involvement in the life of the campus and enhancement of the quality of student learning and development outcomes are particular goals.
▪ Demonstrated large-scale fiscal management experience (development, execution and oversight of multi-million dollar budgets) within higher education.
▪ Evidence of successful collaborations with a wide range of stakeholders within and outside University of Wisconsin Oshkosh.
▪ Success working effectively within a comprehensive university structure with a philosophy of shared governance.
▪ Success as a creative and innovative leader whose work is informed by effective strategic planning, assessment and staff development.
▪ Experience working in a leadership role with diverse populations role including but not limited to race, ancestry, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, socioeconomic status and physical abilities.
▪ Demonstrated leadership experience related to access, diversity, inclusion or education including fluency and currency with respect to the current best practices in these areas.
▪ Extensive experience and evidence of outstanding success in determining appropriate staff size and competitive staff salaries, hiring, training, developing, supervising, assessing and evaluating staff performance in the achievement of division and unit goals.
▪ An excellent record in addressing student concerns and managing change along with proven experience as an organizational leader and community builder, specifically around initiatives that promote advocacy, access, inclusion, diversity, equity and belonging.
▪ Depth of experience in institutional policy development, interpretation and implementation.
▪ Demonstrated knowledge of contemporary issues and best practices in the student affairs profession. University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs
▪ Outstanding communicator and inclusive decision maker who is transparent with staff and students.
▪ High emotional intelligence including the ability to recognize and make full use of the field of expertise of staff members within the division.
▪ Proficiency in developing appropriate and relevant goals and objectives that are clearly linked to the mission of the division and the institution; ability to lead the Student Affairs team through transformational change.
▪ A proven record of responding promptly both verbally and in writing to issues of the day.
▪ Strong experience in the interpretation of policies for risk management related to student life and activities, student conduct and Title IX and Clery Act requirements.
▪ An understanding of technology and its uses in student affairs.