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Job: Associate Director of the Center for Slavic, Eurasian and East European Studies, UNC-Chapel Hill.

Associate Director

Posting Information

Position Information

Position Type
Permanent Staff (EPA NF)
Slavic Eur E Europ Stds Ctr-313700
Working Title
Associate Director
Appointment Type
EPA Non-Faculty
Position Posting Category
Academic Administration
Salary Range
Dependent on Qualifications
Full Time/Part Time?
Part-Time Permanent
Hours per Week
Vacancy ID
Position ID
Posting Open Date
Application Deadline
Open Until Filled
Proposed Start Date
Position Summary
The staff and programs of the UNC Chapel Hill Center for Slavic, Eurasian, and East European Studies (CSEEES) work to provide the University and the people of North Carolina with a campus hub to promote an understanding of Eastern Europe, Russia, and Eurasia through teaching, research, and community outreach, including the sponsorship of a wide variety of activities that bring together interested faculty and students from a large number of academic disciplines. UNC Chapel Hill CSEEES collaborates with Duke University CSEEES in program development and event coordination. The CSEEES also administers and coordinates the Russian, Eurasian, and East European Concentration in the MA in Global Studies as well as a Graduate Certificate program. The Associate Director will work closely with the Director in the operations of CSEEES and will be involved in all aspects of CSEEES activities (development, administration and coordination of programs and events, key contact and program manager for outreach activities, communication with campus units and external constituencies, training and supervision of graduate research assistants and work-study students, and assisting in the identification of and application for grant opportunities). In addition, the Associate Director will participate in the academic planning, management, coordinating, and advising in the Concentration in Russian, Eurasian and East European Studies and the Graduate Certificate.
Educational Requirements
MA required (PhD preferred) in a Social Science or Humanities field, with academic background and experience in Slavic, Eurasian or East European Studies and working knowledge of at least one language of the region.
Qualifications and Experience
The candidate should have a background in higher education or similar programs, with strong writing skills and experience in program development, outreach, and teaching. Experience with budgeting, fund raising, and office management is preferred.
Equal Opportunity Employer
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, color, disability, gender, gender expression, gender identity, genetic information, race, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or status as a protected veteran.
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Department Contact Name and Title
Donald Raleigh
Department Contact Telephone or Email
Contact Information
If you experience any problems accessing the system or have questions about the application process, please contact the University’s Equal Employment Opportunity office at (919) 966-3576 or send an email to

Supplemental Questions

Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).
  1. * Please select the response below that describes your level of education that best or mostly closely satisfies the education requirements for this position.
    • Bachelor’s degree in required discipline(s) listed or related field
    • Bachelor's degree in any field/discipline
    • Master's degree or Doctorate degree in required discipline(s) listed or related field
    • Master's degree or Doctorate degree in any field/discipline
    • None of the above
  2. * Do you have a background in higher education?
(Open Ended Question)
  1. * Do you have experience in program development?
(Open Ended Question)
  1. * Do you have an academic background or professional experience in Slavic, Eurasian, or East European Studies?
(Open Ended Question)
  1. * Do you have a working knowledge of at least one language of the region?
(Open Ended Question)

Applicant Documents

Required Documents
  1. Curriculum Vitae / Resume
  2. Cover Letter
  3. List of References
Optional Documents

  1. Writing/research Sample 


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