- Instructional (Faculty)
Closes: Friday, June 29, 2018
Target Start Date
Expected Work Hours
Master’s Degree from a regionally accredited institution in a clinical health profession or a Human Services concentration
Master’s Degree plus 18 graduate semester hours from a regionally accredited institution in a clinical health profession or a Human Services concentration
Experience working in a clinical environment as a healthcare practitioner
- Experience teaching in a post-secondary setting
- One to three years of administrative experience
- Working knowledge of the principles of budget development and administration
Division Director Health and Human Services position will be located on the Central Campus.
Overview of Department/Division:
The Health and Human Services Division is a large and diverse division of the college that houses the health career programs. These programs will provide you with the skills and knowledge to work in areas such as: Hospitals, surgery and rehabilitation centers, doctors' offices, health and mental health clinics, urgent cares, social services, disabilities agencies etc.
The Division Director participates in the development, planning, recommendation, implementation, and administration of goals and objectives and supports all instructional initiatives of the college. The Division Director also provides divisional leadership to ensure a quality instructional process, provides highly responsible instructional and administrative support to the Dean, and oversees program coordination, curriculum and review.
Plans, organizes and directs the instructional and administrative activities of an assigned division; provides divisional leadership that will ensure a quality instructional process; provides highly responsible instructional and administrative staff support to a Dean; coordinates assigned activities with other College divisions; oversees program coordination, curriculum and review.
Division Directors are required to teach six load units per academic year.
Characteristic Duties and Responsibilities:
- Participates in the development, planning, recommendation, implementation, and
administration of goals and objectives; develops and recommends new or modified
courses and programs, and supports all instructional initiatives of the
- Participates in monitoring and coordinating the development and visibility of instructional
courses and programs; ensures that courses and programs reflect current
practices and comply with policies, procedures, goals, and objectives.
- Develops, reviews, recommends for approval and monitors the use of course syllabi,
materials, and textbooks; maintains currency on instructional techniques and methods.
- Manages the supervision, contracting, evaluation and professional development plans of
full time faculty and staff; oversee the recruitment, selection, contracting
and evaluation of part-time faculty and staff. Attempts to resolve student,
faculty and staff issues as part of the chain of command for complaints,
appeals or employee performance issues.
- Counsels and advises students; participate in the student grievance process.
- Participates in the marketing of programs; recruits students; coordinates the activities of
advisory committees; makes presentations to outside contacts.
- Participates in the development and administration of the divisional budget; controls,
reviews, revises Division budgets; forecasts and recommends funds needed for staffing, equipment, materials, and supplies; monitors and recommends approval of expenditures.
- Coordinates administrative operations within the division; coordinates the ordering of
textbooks and instructional materials; approves workloads; recommends and
implements policies and procedures; ensures faculty qualifications/credentials
- Uses the college Classification /Compensation system and other related policies and
procedures and the NC Administrative Code as it affects the division.
- Confers with and advises appropriate administrators; makes timely response to requests
- Coordinates assigned instructional and administrative activities with those of other
instructional divisions and outside agencies and organizations.
- Develops and serves on committees and task forces; attends regularly scheduled
meetings; researches and develops recommendations related to the operation
of the division.
- Appoints program chairs/coordinators with the approval of the Dean or Associate
Dean; appoints faculty/staff to committees.
- Schedules classes to meet student needs at all locations/times/formats; provides
appropriate office support.
- Represents the College as requested.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and Characteristics
Principles and practices of program management
Principles of supervision including employee training and performance evaluation
Business and industry needs; computer technology/applications
Curriculum and subject matter related to the division
Methods and techniques of instructional program, curriculum development, evaluation and instructional delivery systems
Methods and techniques of student advisement
Organizational and management practices
Principles and practices of college-level instructional administration
Principles of budget development and administration
Methods and techniques of program marketing and publicity
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