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ANAHITA  October 1998

ANAHITA October 1998

Subject:

message from John Marincola

From:

Ross Scaife <[log in to unmask]>

Reply-To:

Women and Gender in the Ancient World <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Tue, 27 Oct 1998 13:49:16 -0500

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APA EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR SEARCH

The Executive Director Search Committee, consisting of Professors David
Konstan (Chair), Harry Evans, Julia Gaisser, Erich Gruen, Judith Hallett,
Michael Putnam, and Ruth Scodel, announces the following position:

The American Philological Association seeks to hire a full-time
administrator with a background in Classics. The successful candidate will
become Executive Director-designate on or about 1 May 1999, and will assume
full duties on 1 July 1999.  The anticipated term of office is five years
with an annual review and the potential for renewal. Salary and benefits
will be commensurate with experience.  The Association expects to maintain
its current offices on the campus of New York University, but is willing to
consider proposals to locate the office elsewhere.

The Executive Director is the chief operating officer of the Association,
reporting to the Board of Directors, working closely with, and actively
assisting, the President and the Vice-Presidents of the Divisions
(Education, Professional Matters, Program, Publications, Research).  The
Executive Director fosters communication and a spirit of cooperation with
the various constituencies of the Association, as well as with individual
members; represents the Association to the Conference of Administrative
Officers of the American Council of Learned Societies; and serves on the
Executive Committee and Board of Trustees of Scholars Press.

Current duties of the Executive Director include:
 Providing continuity in leadership and policy formation for the Association;
 Managing the Association's finances and overseeing its business in
compliance with the policies and by-laws of the organization;
 Supervising on a day-to-day basis the office staff, and carrying out the
Association's activities, including office publications (Newsletter,
Graduate Guide, Annual Meeting Program, etc.); managing the annual meeting
in coordination with the Archaeological Institute of America; and
overseeing the Placement Service.

The Executive Director will play a major role in fund-raising and
developing new initiatives for the Association; will continue to develop
the Association's contacts with professional organizations in other
academic disciplines and with groups involved in teaching Latin and Greek
in the schools; and will bring our own disciplines to the attention of
appropriate government bodies, philanthropic institutions, and the public
at large.  The holder of the position, which calls for a combination of
academic, diplomatic, and managerial skills, will have considerable
influence on the future development of the Association, and of our entire
profession.  Flexibility and a willingness to develop new skills will be
important considerations in the minds of the Search Committee.

Members are encouraged to nominate suitable candidates who might otherwise
not apply.  Applications and nominations, accompanied by a current
curriculum vitae and the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of at
least three referees, should be sent to the Executive Director Search
Committee in care of the current Executive Director, John Marincola,
American Philological Association, 19 University Place, Room 328, New York
University, New York, NY 10003; tel.: 212-998-3575; fax: 212-995-4814;
e-mail: [log in to unmask]  Prospective candidates may request a detailed
description of current duties and operations of the office.

Only those applications received at the APA office by 1 December 1998 can
be considered.  Interviews of short-listed candidates will be held at the
APA's Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C. on 27 December 1998.

The American Philological Association is an Affirmative Action/Equal
Opportunity Employer.

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