Kelly Fox, senior vice chancellor at the University of Colorado Boulder, recently announced the launch of an internal search for the post of vice chancellor for administration.
Search committee chair Steve McNally, senior associate vice chancellor for budget and finance, said the search “will focus on current University of Colorado employees throughout the system, allowing us to build upon our internal talent.”
The position has been filled since August 2011 by Interim Vice Chancellor for Administration Jeffrey Lipton.
Fox says a permanent appointment to the position “is one of my top priorities.”
A position description is available at www.jobsatcu.com, job posting number 818466.
The vice chancellor for administration provides leadership and has oversight of many operational and administrative affairs of the campus including: human resources, facilities management, public safety, transportation and parking, environmental health and safety, emergency management, real estate, risk management, environmental sustainability, campus logistics, printing and the campus bookstore.
Applications are being accepted through Thursday, July 26. Successful candidates will be contacted for a phone interview. Phone interviews will take place on Monday, July 30. Final candidates may be asked to participate in campus interviews as early as Aug. 1.
Applications will remain confidential, until finalists are selected for interview. Questions may be directed to McNally, firstname.lastname@example.org.