The Opportunity

Syracuse University was founded in 1870 as a private, coeducational institution offering programs in the physical sciences and modern languages. By 1934, the University’s academic divisions had grown to comprise 13 schools and colleges that persist to the present day. Syracuse aspires to be a pre-eminent and inclusive student-focused research university, preparing engaged citizens, scholars, and leaders for participation in a changing global society through a clearly articulated vision and mission. The University has nationally recognized programs in information studies and library science, architecture, communications, business administration, sports management, public administration, engineering, humanities, and the natural and social sciences.

Syracuse is a university of national stature and international opportunity, known for its professional programs, investment in research and innovation, and undeniable school spirit. Ranked #58 among the Best National Universities by U.S. News & World Report, Syracuse University was named, in 2021, a top producer of Fulbright Scholars.

Syracuse University’s total enrollment for fall 2021 was 21,722, which includes 14,778 undergraduate students, 6,275 graduate students and 719 law students. The student population represents all 50 U.S. states and 1275countries. Students of color represent approximately 28 percent of the total student population, and, and approximately 19 percent of the University’s undergraduate students are first-generation college students. The University employs 935 tenured and tenure-track faculty, 808 non-tenure track faculty, and 3,835 staff members.

The Position

Role of the Associate Vice President and Chief, Campus Safety & Emergency Services for Syracuse University

In 2019-20Syracuse University completed an intensive, independent review of the Department of Public Safety (DPS). This review, along with guidance from the Board of Trustees Special Committee on University Climate, Diversity and Inclusion and results from the Campus Climate Pulse Survey, provide a foundation from which the AVP/Chief in their role as the unit leader of the Campus Safety and Emergency Management Services (CSEMS) will refine and implement new initiatives, services, and training opportunities while also developing stronger and positive relationships with students and departments across campus. This position will lead a strategic, thoughtful and holistic transformation of CSEMS, ultimately resulting in enhanced community-oriented policing practices, strengthened student engagement, deeper campus partnerships, innovative updates to services, and improved communication, accountability, and transparency.

Reporting directly to the Interim Senior Vice President for Business, Finance and Administrative Services (BFAS) and Chief Financial Officer, the Associate Vice President and Chief, Campus Safety and Emergency Management Services (AVP/Chief) will be responsible for planning and directing the administrative, operational, and financial aspects of the DPS, Emergency Management, Global Safety and Support, and CSEMS Administrative and Technical Services. CSEMS serves the entire Syracuse University campus area, comprised of over 900 acres, including North Campus, South Campus, and University-controlled properties in the city of Syracuse. The new AVP/Chief will join the University after DPS recently earned accreditation from CALEA (Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies), one of only 11 law enforcement agencies in New York State to meet the highest professional standards in law enforcement. Along with previous accreditation from the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators (IACLEA), DPS is one of only 27 dual CALEA/IACLEA accredited campus public safety agencies nationwide and the only one in New York State.

As a senior leader in the BFAS division, the AVP/Chief will help bring to life the vision of the division’s strategic plan, The Orange Standard, which calls for creating a signature experience unparalleled in practice and a commitment to continuous improvement in order to power the success of the University as a whole. The AVP/Chief will ensure operational excellence and a unified approach to safety, law enforcement, fire and life safety, and emergency management through exemplary service and support of a diverse campus community in which all members feel valued, respected, safe, and positioned to thrive.

This position will lead CSEMS’s interactions and collaborations with other campus divisions and departments, providing consultation, guidance and information to support the various functions of the University, including an important partnership with Enrollment and the Student Experience. As the University’s senior law enforcement officer, the AVP/Chief provides the Interim Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, the Chancellor, all executive teams/councils, and members of the Board of Trustees, with guidance related to safety, investigations, and emergency and crisis-related matters on campus and, as necessary, globally. The AVP/Chief will also serve as the primary liaison with local, state and federal law enforcement, fire, and emergency management agencies.

Overseeing approximately 230 full- and part-time employees, including approximately 79 union members, and 180 student workers, the AVP/Chief will maintain a high level of professionalism, continued professional development, commitment to diversity and inclusion, and unwavering dedication to social justice and the safety of Syracuse University’s students, faculty, staff, and visitors.

History of the Position

The current Chief Law Enforcement Officer and the current Chief of Public Safety recently announced their retirements. With the two retirements, Syracuse University was presented with an opportunity to re-evaluate the structure of the University’s safety organization. As a result, the two positions were merged into one role – Associate Vice President and Chief, Campus Safety and Emergency Management Services.

Opportunities and Expectations For Leadership

The new AVP/Chief will have the opportunity to join a talented and devoted team of campus leaders in building on the University’s distinctive strengths to sustain and accelerate its development as a student-focused world-class research university.

The new AVP/Chief will encounter the following priorities, opportunities and challenges:

Campus Community, Leadership and Engagement

  • the new AVP/Chief must be aware of and responsive to student activism efforts and have a vision to positively and successfully honor and work with students, faculty, and staff in exercising their right to free speech and expression while balancing these with considerations for the safety of the entire campus;
  • the students’ interests and the administration’s focus do not always align; the new AVP/Chief will need to work to find an appropriate balance and bridge the divide between the two;
  • Syracuse is a relational, yet complex, campus and it is expected that the AVP/Chief will be a valued and trusted partner of the Syracuse community, embracing the core mission and values of the institution;
  • the AVP/Chief and CSEMS must be involved, visible, transparent, and engaged in all aspects of campus life to build mutually supportive and collaborative relationships with students, faculty, and staff throughout Syracuse University;
  • the AVP/Chief will lead enhanced, consistent, and transparent communication efforts within CSEMS and between CSEMS and the entire Syracuse University community;
  • while some students may be skeptical and lack trust in institutions and individuals in positions of power or authority; the AVP/Chief must immediately begin to build trust by engaging in open conversations with the University’s many constituent groups to foster a shared understanding of the role of CSEMS and the creation of new policies and programs to better meet the needs of a diverse set of campus constituents.

Leading for Excellence

  • implement a vision that produces a consistently engaged, highly responsive department that is recognized broadly as committed to the safety and care of the entire University community;
  • reimagine DPS in light of the current state of law enforcement both nationally and on campus with the understanding that positive change is expected;
  • ensure meaningful working relationships with local police agencies, fire departments, emergency management officials, and community associations and partners;
  • the new AVP/Chief has a tremendous opportunity to be innovative and make significant changes within the department that will positively impact the University for years to come.

Leadership and Management of CSEMS

  • CSEMS is a large, professional agency with talented, committed officers and staff who are eager to work with new leadership and make positive progress;
  • while much attention has recently been placed on DPS, it is important that the new AVP/Chief recognize the breadth of reporting areas within CSEMS and serve as a strong advocate and leader for all components within the CSEMS portfolio;
  • a focus on diversity, equity, inclusion, and social justice will be included in all recruitment, hiring and training practices;
  • continuing a positive working relationship with the officers’ union;
  • the staff of CSEMS will feel valued and empowered, and retention is critical;
  • organizational strengths and weaknesses, policies and procedures, and strategic planning documents for managing short-term change and long-term development for the department will be reviewed, updated/created, and widely shared with the University community.

Qualifications

Qualifications and Characteristics

The successful candidate will have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university and a minimum of 10 years of significant responsibility and experience in law enforcement, safety and security, and/or as an emergency first responder, with four years at an upper management level with supervision or an equivalent combination of education and experience (master’s degree preferred).

It is imperative that the new AVP/Chief have a demonstrated commitment to and track record of success related to issues of diversity, equity, inclusion, and social justice and have effectively infused these values into the ethos of their staff/department. Further, candidates must be authentic communicators with outstanding interpersonal skills; an ability to thrive within a decentralized, complex work environment; excellent analytical, organizational and time management skills; experience successfully mentoring and professionally developing staff; and expert knowledge, interpretation and application of Clery and the collection of applicable crime statistics.

This AVP/Chief will have experience overseeing police operations for large-scale special events, dignitary visits and protests/demonstrations; the ability to foster collaborative working relationships across campus and with local, state and federal law enforcement and first-responder agencies; and possess a track record of promoting an environment of accountability and continuous performance improvement by establishing and monitoring concrete performance measures to drive achievement of targeted outcomes.

This AVP/Chief must maintain a New York State Bureau of Municipal Police Officer or Campus Public Safety Peace Officer (with firearms) certification (approved through the Municipal Police Training Council pursuant to Education Law §6435), or, if certified as a police officer in another state, must be eligible for certification as a New York State Campus Peace Officer (with firearms) through the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services and achieve such certification within one year of appointment. Law experience within a higher education environment and training certifications in emergency management from FEMA or related agencies are both preferred qualifications for the AVP/Chief.

In addition to the stated qualifications and characteristics, Syracuse stakeholders identified the following characteristics as important for the incoming AVP/Chief (in no particular order):

  • a demonstrated commitment to, and past experiences with, diversity, equity, inclusion, and social justice efforts both within a department and the broader community;
  • a strong work ethic, unquestionable integrity, excellent interpersonal skills, and reliability that inspires trust throughout the department and campus;
  • possess a genuinely inclusive leadership style that is confident, approachable, motivational, and transparent with the ability to be firm, clear, and direct;
  • possess a strong desire to serve as an advocate for, and the positive public face of, the CSEMS, the staff and their services;
  • demonstrated cultural competence with a strong belief in the value of diversity in enriching the learning experience and the quality of life on campus;
  • strength and perseverance to overcome obstacles and gain the needed support for CSEMS;
  • a transformative, innovative, and collaborative leader with a readiness to try new ideas, approaches, and technologies;
  • technically savvy with an understanding and appreciation for technology and social media and the strategic use of social media in campus public safety;
  • a highly energetic individual with a strong sense of self and the ability to appropriately infuse humor and enthusiasm into the workplace;
  • the fortitude to make needed changes in all aspects of public safety at Syracuse;
  • an authentic communicator with the ability to actively listen and effectively take input to inform new policies, programs, and/or initiatives;
  • have a genuine desire and ability to engage, listen and build trust with diverse campus communities;
  • a strong, fair supervisor capable of both challenging and appreciating individuals while effectively working to hold all staff accountable:
  • solid experience effectively working with individuals with mental health issues;
  • a strong sense of vision and an ability to translate strategic thinking into operational directives and policy formation;
  • a high degree of visibility and engagement throughout the University and surrounding communities;
  • an ability to develop, implement and move forward complex processes, initiatives, and programs involving multiple stakeholders;
  • possess a track record of innovative community-centered approaches to campus safety, a strong customer service focus, a passion for working with and for students, and a desire to remain flexible, current, and up-to-date on all best practices;
  • an ability to establish and maintain significant, impactful relationships with a full range of campus constituents, including students, faculty, and staff;
  • demonstrated experience directing and managing large events, athletic events, and protests;
  • highly committed to both professional and personal growth and development as a manager, leader, and public safety expert; deeply committed to the professional development and training of officers and staff;
  • a commitment to the continual assessment of CSEMS and all the department’s endeavors;
  • expertise in related compliance requirements and best practices, including Clery Act, Title IX, responses to alcohol/drug issues, mental health concerns, bias incidents, and hate crimes.

Institution & Location

Overview of the Department of Campus Safety & Emergency Management Services

The Department of Campus Safety and Emergency Management Services brings together the Department of Public Safety, (which includes a campus police force, Residential Community Safety, and Fire and Life Safety Services), an Office of Emergency Management, an Office of Administrative Support and Technical Security Services, and an Office of Global Safety to ensure that the Syracuse community, locally, nationally and abroad, is a safe place to live and learn.

Department of Public Safety (DPS)

DPS’s goal is to create a safe and secure living, learning, social, and cultural environment. In addition to on-and off-campus patrols, DPS supports community safety through:

  • A blue light emergency phone system installed across campus
  • The Orange ALERT crisis notification system and virtual blue light app (RAVE Guardian)
  • Walking escorts
  • Partnering with local authorities to share information, collaborate on crime prevention, and respond to community needs
  • A state-of-the-art electronic video security and door access system

Every residence hall on campus has residential community safety officers on duty day and night, secured entrances, and video security cameras. All visitors must check-in at the front desk, and overnight guests must be registered in advance. Off campus, DPS partners with the City of Syracuse Police Department on neighborhood safety patrols. Proximity to the VA Hospital, SUNY Upstate Medical University, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, and the Syracuse Police Department makes DPS accessible to multiple emergency response resources.

The Department of Public Safety includes a campus law enforcement and community policing team serving the Syracuse University campus and University-controlled properties in Syracuse, New York.

DPS employs 64 sworn Public Safety Officers and 15 supporting Community Services Officers who are stationed around campus and patrol the surrounding community, and 96 Residential Community Safety Officers stationed in each of the on-campus residence halls. Public Safety Officers are on duty 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and the DPS emergency call center, which is staffed with 11 Association of Public Safety Communications Officials (APCO)-certified public safety dispatchers, is also available around the clock to address community safety and security needs. Dispatchers are required to successfully complete a 12-week training program to further enhance their abilities to handle the specific needs of the University community.

All of DPS’s Public Safety Officers are required to successfully complete a certified campus peace officer or police academy, which includes more than 24 weeks of physical, academic, and practical training, a three-month Field Training Program, and a 13-week evaluation period. Our Public Safety Officers carry firearms when on duty, and complete firearms proficiency trainings twice every year.

Mission

The Department of Public Safety is dedicated to maintaining a safe and secure living, learning and working environment in partnership with those it serves by respectfully employing the highest professional standards and providing exceptional service to the Syracuse University community.

 

Vision

The Department of Public Safety’s vision is to lead in all areas of professional campus law enforcement practices, to effectively address the safety and security needs of its community, and to uphold the mission of the University by supporting an environment in which diverse social, cultural, and academic values are free to develop and prosper.

The Three Roles of the Department of Public Safety

Members of the Department of Public Safety have three primary roles. While we are a professional campus law enforcement agency and our academy training is focused on the special skills necessary to accomplish a law enforcement mission, our primary focus remains on service to our community and the safety of our students, faculty and staff, and security for our campus.

  • As a service agency, we are charged not only with protecting our students, faculty and fellow staff from harm and crime victimization, but we are also responsible to assist them and provide them with service that improves the quality of University life.
  • As a safety and security agency, we are charged with the responsibility of being the front line in homeland security as well as ensuring our properties are secure from damage or loss. We are also charged with proactively identifying safety and environmental hazards on our properties and in campus operations, and partnering with other campus departments in reporting.
  • As a campus law enforcement agency, we are responsible for keeping the peace, protecting life, reducing crime and enforcing laws, all aimed at protecting the lives of our students, faculty and staff and protecting their property as well as university property.

Organizational Chart for the Department of Public Safety can be found here.

Fire and Life Safety Services

DPS also encompasses the Fire and Life Safety Services Department (FLSS), which responds to emergency incidents, such as fire alarm activations, across campus in partnership with the City of Syracuse Fire Department. FLSS is responsible for maintaining the University’s fire detection and suppression systems and related life safety equipment. FLSS manages and conducts inspections of residential, administrative, and academic facilities to comply with federal, state, and local applicable building and fire codes and the FLSS staff are certified New York State Code Enforcement Officers.

Emergency Management

The Director of Emergency Management also works within the CSEMS. The Director is responsible for planning the University’s procedures for emergency response and works to ensure the policies and structures to facilitate appropriate and timely mobilization following an emergency incident is in place. The Director develops and engages in campus wide training efforts, drills and tabletop exercises in emergency management best practices.  The Director is also available on an on-call basis for any emergency scenarios which may arise. The Emergency Communication Center, which receives calls for law enforcement, fire, and emergency services from University community members and dispatches appropriate first responders, is directly overseen by the Director of Emergency Management.

Global Safety

With a long-standing commitment to international scholarship and engagement, Syracuse University actively promotes global travel and study beyond its main campus in Central New York. The mission of the department of Global Safety and Support is to enhance the safety of University travelers and to support those experiencing distress. Global Safety and Support serves as an expert consultant for institutional travelers and assists in preparing constituents to safely pursue scholarship and study both abroad and at University-operated sites in New York, Los Angeles, and Washington, D.C. Further, Global Safety and Support serves as the principal coordinator of University efforts to support faculty, staff, and students that may experience difficulties while pursuing institutional objectives away from the main campus.

Administrative Support and Technical Security

The Director of Administration and Technical Security Services acts as the executive assistant to the AVP/Chief and oversees all administrative support, budget, human resources, and security and law enforcement technology services for CSEMS. The Director manages the Video Access Security Technology Team (VASTT) which coordinates the installation, maintenance, and operation of a variety of specific forms of campus security technology. This includes the campus-wide Video Security System (VSS) and the Electronic Card Access System. Additionally, the team supports the Public Safety Officer and Parking Attendant Body-Worn Camera program and other Information Technology projects for the division. The VASTT mission is to support the safety and security of the campus community by implementing cost-effective, efficient, and state-of-the-art security technology systems.

Independent Review

Due to a series of bias-related incidents and student protests in the fall 2019 and spring 2020,

Syracuse University invited an independent review of the Department of Public Safety. Click here for the full review with recommendations. Current CSEMS and DPS leadership have developed a comprehensive resolutions plan, which will be a blueprint for successful implementation of all recommendations from the review.

Board of Trustees Advisory Committee on University Climate, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Accessibility

An Advisory Committee on University Climate, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Accessibility was established by the Board of Trustees to develop recommendations on programs, policies and initiatives to foster and strengthen diversity and inclusion at Syracuse. Click here for the full report and recommendations.

 

Division Leadership

Campus Safety and Emergency Management Services is part of the division of Business, Finance, and Administrative Services.

Gwenn Judge serves as the Interim Senior Vice President for Business, Finance and Administrative Services and Chief Financial Officer.   

Institutional Overview

In a world undergoing extraordinary transformation, leadership and innovation are more critical than ever. Syracuse University students work alongside leading scholars and have access to hands-on research and learning opportunities—all of which prepare them to shape their communities and become the change-makers of tomorrow.

From a rich array of degree programs and extracurricular activities that ignite their passions, to integrated health and wellness offerings that empower them to embrace the college experience with a sense of well-being―Syracuse University goes beyond the classroom to fuel discovery and positive impact.

With 13 schools and colleges, 200 customizable majors, 100 minors, and online degrees and certificates, Syracuse University provides limitless educational pathways. New interdisciplinary areas ranging from social justice and artificial intelligence to energy and environment provide hands-on research experiences that broaden perspectives and prepare students for the careers of tomorrow. The University has five award-winning study abroad centers and international programs in 60 countries where our students are able to gain global perspectives.

There are nearly 22,000 students from all over the world taking part in clubs, athletics and gatherings of all kinds. The University has over 300 student organizations and is an NCAA Division I institution part of the Atlantic Coast Conference.

Institutional Vision

Syracuse University aspires to be a pre-eminent and inclusive student-focused research university, preparing engaged citizens, scholars, and leaders for participation in a changing global society.

Institutional Mission

As a university with the capacity to attract and engage the best scholars from around the world, yet small enough to support a personalized and academically rigorous student experience, Syracuse University faculty and staff support student success by:

  • Encouraging global study, experiential learning, interdisciplinary scholarship, creativity, and entrepreneurial endeavors
  • Balancing professional studies with an intensive liberal arts education
  • Fostering a richly diverse and inclusive community of learning and opportunity
  • Promoting a culture of innovation and discovery
  • Supporting faculty, staff, and student collaboration in creative activity and research that address emerging opportunities and societal needs
  • Maintaining pride in their location and history as a place of access, engagement, innovation, and impact

Academic Strategic Plan

Trajectory To Excellence is Syracuse University’s Academic Strategic Plan that sets an ambitious vision for the University that builds on its strengths and leverages external opportunities. It defines the University’s vision and strategic direction, details the University’s priorities, and identifies specific actions and plans to pursue and investments that must be made.

The Academic Strategic Plan has six themes that will ultimately:

Improve the student experience through a focus on creating unsurpassed student experiences, internationalization, faculty development, and attentiveness to special populations especially veteran and military connected students.

Elevate discovery and innovation through faculty development, graduate education, support for research and entrepreneurship, and infrastructure investment.

Interim Vice Chancellor and Provost John Liu, working collaboratively with deans, faculty and staff, leads the efforts to implement the academic plan that was developed in 2014 through a campus-wide effort led by interim provost Liz Liddy and a 27-member steering committee and was approved by the Board of Trustees in April of 2015.

Invest Syracuse provides the initial funding strategy to support the Academic Strategic Plan.

To support the implementation of the Academic Strategic Plan, the Campus Framework outlines the campus growth and renewal efforts to support excellence in teaching, learning, research and scholarship, and advance our standing as an academically distinguished, student-focused, international research university.

Each school and college has developed a strategic plan in alignment with the six themes:

  • The Student Experience
  • Discovery
  • Internationalization
  • Commitment to Veterans and Military-Connected Families
  • Innovation
  • One University

Working as One University to support our diverse community to achieve all of our goals together.

Institutional Leadership

Chancellor Kent Syverud is the 12th Chancellor and President of Syracuse University. A legal scholar and educator, Chancellor Syverud earned distinction as a strategic thinker and visionary leader who has put forward bold strategic plans to position the University for growth and recognition as a thriving global research university.

Pursuant to these plans, Syracuse University has in the last eight years, raised $1.044 billion dollars; dramatically increased its endowment to $1.6 billion dollars; expanded its faculty in key areas; attained an R1 ranking among research universities; invested heavily in student financial aid, programs, and facilities; grown enrollment including more than 25 new online degree programs; and become the #1 private university for veterans.

Latest Rankings

Ranked #59 among the Best National Universities by U.S News & World Report, Syracuse offers many highly-ranked programs and co-curricular opportunities, including:

  • #1 Best College Newspaper, 2021 Princeton Review
  • #5 Architecture, 2020 DesignIntelligence
  • #6 Best College Radio Station, 2021 Princeton Review
  • #7 Most Politically Active Students, 2021 Princeton Review
  • #9 Best Entrepreneurial Studies Schools, 2022 College Factual
  • #9 Best General Education Schools, 2022 College Factual
  • #10 Academic Programs to Look For: Study Abroad, 2022 S. News & World Report
  • #12 Best Special Education Schools, 2022 College Factual
  • #16 Film, 2020 The Hollywood Reporter
  • #18 Academic Programs to Look For: Learning Communities, 2022 S. News & World Report

Graduate Schools and Programs

  • #1 Public Affairs, 2022S. News & World Report
  • #1 Public Management and Leadership, 2022S. News & World Report
  • #2 Information and Technology Management, 2022S. News & World Report
  • #2 Nonprofit Management, 2022S. News & World Report
  • #5 Information Systems, 2022 S. News & World Report
  • #6 Library and Information Studies, 2022 S. News & World Report
  • #11 Trial Advocacy (Law), 2022 S. News & World Report

Veterans and Military-Connected Students

  • #2 Military-Friendly Tier 1 Research Institution, 2021-22 Military Friendly® Schools
  • #3 Private Not-for-Profit School, 2021 Military Times

Enrollment and Demographics

Syracuse University’s total enrollment for fall 2021 was 21,772, including both full- and part-time students in undergraduate, graduate, and law programs. This student population represented all 50 U.S. states and 127 countries.

For further details on race, ethnicity, Pell status, and graduation rates, visit the Office of Institutional Research.

Total StudentsFemaleMale
Undergraduate14,77854.6%45.4%
Graduate6,27152%48.0%
Law72352.1%47.9%
All University Total2177253.8%46.2%

Faculty And Staff

Tenured and tenure-track faculty935
Non-tenure-track faculty 808
Student to Faculty Ratio15:1
Full-time Staff3,483
Part-time Staff352

About Syracuse, New York

Greater Syracuse is a nexus for the movement of goods and people along the north-south and east-west axes of many transportation routes in the Northeast. Located in the center of New York on the southern shore of Lake Ontario, the Syracuse Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) is a 3,083-square-mile land area composed of four counties: Cayuga, Madison, Onondaga, and Oswego. The City of Syracuse is also home to several other colleges and universities, such as SUNY-College of Environmental Science and Forestry, SUNY-Upstate Medical University, Le Moyne College, and community colleges. There are ongoing collaborations between Syracuse University and these institutions on research and scholarship.

Additional information may be found at: www.syrgov.net.

Benefits Overview

Benefits Overview

Syracuse University offers the following employee benefits:

  • Health Insurance
  • Prescription Drug Coverage
  • Dental Insurance
  • Vision Plan
  • Flexible Spending Account
  • Tuition Benefits
  • Retirement Plans
  • Life Insurance
  • Disability Benefits

 

For more information visit: https://hr.syr.edu/

Application & Nomination

APPLICATION AND NOMINATION
Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. To apply for this position please click on the Apply button, complete the brief application process, and upload your resume and position-specific cover letter. Nominations for this position may be emailed to Heather J. Larabee at hjl@spelmanjohnson.com. Applicants needing reasonable accommodation to participate in the application process should contact Spelman Johnson at 413-529-2895.

Visit the Syracuse University website at https://www.syracuse.edu

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