The Assistant Provost for Advocacy and Conflict Resolution (AP-ACR) will serve as a single point of contact in the Office of the Provost, the Office of the Executive Vice President for Research, and the Office of the President for faculty and student academic and research conflicts or issues, allegations of scientific and scholarly misconduct, and issues related to academic and research faculty in their roles as administrators, instructors, mentors, and researchers. The AP-ACR reports to the Provost and operationally responds to and work closely with the Vice Provost for Graduate Education and Faculty Development (VPGEFD).
The AP-ACR will work with all appropriate parties to address issues and seek resolution, as needed. The AP-ACR will identify trends and opportunities to improve the academic and research environments for faculty and students (including post docs), providing training, coaching and connection to resources as appropriate. Further, the AP-ACR will assess, provide suggestions for clarity, and advocate for policies related to teaching, scholarship, and student and faculty success in the classroom and team research settings.
Applications will be accepted from members of the Georgia Tech academic faculty. Complete applications should include:
- Cover letter that outlines the applicant’s interest in the position, experience, and approach to the responsibilities outlined in the position description.
- Full and current curriculum vitae.
- List of five internal and external references with contact information.
While applications will be received until the assistant provost is selected, interested parties are encouraged to submit their materials no later than July 31, 2018 to ensure optimal consideration.
All applications can be submitted in confidence at https://goo.gl/fU8smN.