Closes: Friday, July 29, 2022
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Bachelor’s degree in Education from an accredited college or university.
With knowledge in:
Principles and practices of organization and management.
Principles of curriculum design, including a basic understanding of the NCCCS programmatic standards.
Principles of instructional methodologies and pedagogy.
Communication, both oral and written, skills necessary. Must have expert efficiency in Microsoft Office (Access, Excel, PowerPoint, and Word).
Master’s in Adult Education or Education from an accredited college or university.
Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following:
Participate in the development, planning, and implementation of goals and objectives related to the assigned department.
Perform overall coordination duties for the department, including coordination and monitoring of curriculum development and review activities.
Assist the Dean in marketing assigned department/programs; provide input on marketing materials and literature for distribution to potential students; make presentations to schools, organizations, and other contacts.
Coordinate the program advisory committee for the department/program.
Coordinate with faculty and staff to discuss and potentially implement procedures and suggestions by the Program Advisory Board Membership for continuous improvements.
Provide input to the Dean on the program budget needs to include part-time salaries, supplies, equipment, travel, and other costs.
Monitor all expenditures for cost-effectiveness and efficiency of departmental/program operations.
Develop, review, and recommend new or modified course outlines, supplies, materials, and textbooks; maintain currency of instructional techniques and methods.
Provide to the Dean proposed revisions and updates of course outlines and syllabi for approval.
Assist the Dean with identifying and recruiting potential faculty for the department/program; participate in the interview process; provide initial departmental/program orientations and training to new hires, especially adjunct faculty who are new to the College.
Assist the Dean with scheduling and staffing for all classes in the department, including monitoring classes for effectiveness and efficiency of operations.
Provide written input to the Dean on the evaluation of faculty and staff assigned within the department, as deemed appropriate by the Dean and/or Associate Vice President for Corporate and Continuing Education.
Recommend to the Dean courses that could be offered face-to-face, blended, hybrid, or via distance learning techniques and coordinate with faculty members to teach new courses; coordinate enrollment with faculty to complete the on-boarding process.
Coordinate and assist in maintaining, securing, and keeping account records of equipment inventory, as appropriate.
Submit a Personal and Professional Development Plan to the Dean on an annual basis and ensure faculty assigned to the department/program also provides a well-thought-out plan for improvement tied to instructional targets as well as content and job performance goals.
Participate in student advisement and registration processes.
Make appropriate recommendations to the Dean on student graduation readiness.
Resolve complaints or problems among faculty, staff, and students within the department and advise the Dean of potential escalation of problems, as appropriate.
Verify accuracy and timely submission of rosters and final grade rosters for faculty members assigned to the department.
Assist with classroom verification.
Conduct classroom observations and document feedback for full-time and part-time faculty.
Comply with the additional instructional responsibilities as explained in the job description IV-11.5 Faculty (Corporate and Continuing Education) for instructional faculty.
Perform other duties as assigned.
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