From an email that I received earlier today:
Lincoln Memorial University, which recently received provisional accreditation by the American Bar Association, has extended its invitation for nominations and applications for the position of Vice President and Dean of Duncan School of Law, located in Knoxville, Tennessee. The Dean is the chief academic officer and administrative head of the Law School and will be responsible for growth and development of academic programs, positive leadership of faculty, and effective operations of all aspects within the Law School. The Dean coordinates the work of the Law School and communicates such work to the President and to the University at large and communicates the plans and decisions of the administration to the Law School and University faculty, staff and students. Required qualifications include: an earned J.D. or equivalent and at least 10 years experience in teaching, law school administration, or legal professional eadership; a distinguished professional record and intellectual leadership; good interpersonal and communication skills; a demonstrated record or a demonstrated ability to be successful in major fundraising activities; a demonstrated commitment to building an organization that values and practices diversity, affirmative action, and equal opportunity; and the ability to provide innovative leadership and vision, management skill and insight, and an adroit ability to manage relationships across a spectrum of institutions and intellectual disciplines. The Law School’s home is the historic Old City Hall building in the heart of revitalized downtown Knoxville, 55 miles south of LMU’s main campus in Harrogate, Tennessee. Knoxville offers incredible cultural and outdoor opportunities for a city its size and is a wonderful place to live and work. The Law School shares LMU’s mission, which is to provide educational opportunities to the people of the Appalachian region that they can use to serve their communities. The Law School graduated its first class in May 2013, and 91 percent of its graduates who have sat for the Tennessee bar exam have passed it. Applications must be submitted and completed by March 15, 2015. Nominations and inquiries may be sent to Tommy Sangchompuphen, Associate Professor of Law and Chair, Dean Search Committee, at email@example.com. Applications may be sent to Prof. Sangchompuphen c/o Pamela Lester, LMU Office of Human Resources, 6965 Cumberland Gap Parkway, Harrogate, TN 37752. Electronic submissions are encouraged and should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. LMU’s hiring policies are in accordance with EEOC regulations and policies. LMU is committed to diversity and is an equal opportunity employer. Women and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply. For more information about the Law School, see www.lmunet.edu/law.