Closes: Thursday, June 10, 2021
Target Start Date
Expected Work Hours
Master’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university required. Five (5) years teaching experience at a community college required.
Background in Engineering/Industrial Technology or related field preferred. Supervisory experience in higher education administration preferred.
Under the direction of the Vice President for Academic Affairs, performs managerial, professional, and administrative work in planning, developing and directing the Industrial Technologies curriculum programs for the College.
Essential Duties: Evaluate the annual performance of full-time and adjunct faculty. Assist the Vice President for Academic Affairs with on-going, systematic assessment and evaluation for the continuous improvement of instruction and related services. Review program recommendations and implement program improvements, per curriculum protocols (i.e. NCCCS curriculum standards, Academic Affairs Committee, Academic Advisory board Committee meetings). Conduct departmental meetings; coordinate and approve faculty work schedules; approve the schedule of semester course offerings; and, participate in registration and pre-registration. Ensure that schedules are coordinated between various departments within the division. Evaluate teaching overload requests and provide justification if necessary for approved overloads. Ensure that official transcripts and other credentials are filed for each full-time and adjunct faculty member prior to the beginning of the faculty member’s teaching assignment. Coordinate departmental budgets and departmental requests for instructional equipment, materials, and supplies. Work with the Secondary Partnerships Director and Early College Principals/Liaisons to provide programs and courses for Career and College Promise and the Cooperative and Innovative High School programs. Ensure that programs in the department meet local, NCCCS, and SACSCOC requirements. Participate on search committees and serve on interview teams for the selection of full-time and adjunct faculty. Assist with accreditation and related reports. Serve on Institutional Committees. Teach assigned courses, which may include a variety of course delivery methods, both on and off-campus. Performs other duties as assigned.
Knowledge of: Principles and practices of PC’s and related software. Management and administrative principles and practices. Laws, statutes, rules, and regulations affecting assigned curriculum programs. Community college organizational structure including the integration of academic, continuing education, and student development programs.
Ability to: Communicate effectively verbally and in writing. Operate a PC and related software. Plan, manage, organize, and supervise instructors in a comprehensive curriculum department. Analyze interpret, and apply policy and procedural guidelines to resolve problems and answer questions and concerns. Develop and maintain effective working relationships with community organizations, business, faculty, students, staff, and the general public. Demonstrate an awareness of and support for an empowered leadership environment that values the essential worth of all individuals and the dignity of work. Provide leadership in an environment characterized by significant and constant change.