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Subject: JOBS: Vice Provost for IT - Va.

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Date:          Tue, 29 Oct 1996 12:40:26 -0700 (PPET)
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Subject:       Vacancy: Vice Provost for IT (Va. Commonwealth University)

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Virginia Commonwealth University is seeking applicants for the
position of Vice Provost for Information Technology.  The incumbent
will report directly to the Provost and will provide vision,
leadership and coordination for a comprehensive information
technology environment serving ten schools, one college, nearly
22,000 students and 13,000 employees on the academic and medical

QUALIFICATIONS: Advance degree in an appropriate discipline is
required.  Demonstrated knowledge and ability to provide vision and
leadership on issues related to information technology coupled with a
strong record of management responsibility, preferably in a research
university setting.  Progressive experience in the administration and
direction of information technology, demonstrated ability to work
effectively with a diverse population in the development and
administration of programs and ability to secure external funding
resources are preferred.  Excellent written, verbal, interpersonal
and presentation skills are required.

Applications must be postmarked by November 20, 1996. To apply,
submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae and names, addresses
and telephone numbers of three references to:

Dr. Henry G. Rhone, Chair
Information Technology Search Committee
Virginia Commonwealth University
P. O. Box 843017
Richmond, VA 23284-3017

Virginia Commonwealth University is an equal opportunity/affirmative
action institution.  Women, minorities and person with disabilities
are encouraged to apply.