Delaware Valley University in beautiful Bucks County, Pennsylvania invites applications and nominations for the Dean of the School of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences (111816/1099/52). The University has a 120-year history in advancing agricultural education and is a pioneer in applied and experiential learning. This position is responsible for the management and leadership of the following academic departments: Agribusiness, Animal Science, Landscape Architecture and Environmental Sciences, Equine Science and Management, Food Science, Plant Science, as well as the University’s animal production facilities, farms and the Littlefield Programs for Biotechnology and Hydroponics. The School’s current enrollment is approximately 650 students. The Dean reports to the Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of Faculty. This is a 12-month, full-time administrative appointment with a projected start date of July 1, 2017. Salary is commensurate with experience.
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until position is filled. You must apply online to be considered. Letters of application addressing the above qualifications and current CV that includes the names of five professional references should be submitted electronically to the University's employment link. For all references listed please provide: current position titles, telephone and e-mail addresses.
To apply online or for additional information regarding this position, click the following link to access our employment page and then select applicable position/link http://www.delval.edu
Delaware Valley University is an equal opportunity employer fully committed to a diverse workforce.
Delaware Valley University is an exemplary, private institution of higher education founded in 1896 and located in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, the vibrant county seat of beautiful Bucks County. The university offers undergraduate and graduate programs in a variety of areas including the agricultural and environmental sciences, the life and physical sciences, and in business and humanities. We serv...e approximately 2,100 students, including 1,700 undergraduates and place an emphasis on both applied and theoretical learning and value individualized attention.