109 Community College Rd Ahoskie NC 27910
Closes: Thursday, July 21, 2022
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Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in a related field and two (2) years’ workforce development course planning/preparation, budget development and supervisory management experience.
Master’s degree from an accredited college or university in education, business, communication, counseling, leadership or a related field and four (4) years’ workforce course planning/preparation, budget development and supervisory management experience. Experience in planning and implementing training programs in a community college or college setting. Administrative experience that includes fiscal accountability, supervision, program management and strategic planning.
This position reports directly to the Executive Vice President of Workforce and Institutional Effectiveness. Assess educational and training needs: (1) Respond to requests for training from businesses and industries; (2) Develops occupational extension and self-supporting in response to requests by the community and workforce; (3) Assists in curriculum development for new and current courses. (4) Implements new course offerings to include development of course outlines; recruitment and hiring of qualified instructors; and course schedule. (5) Assists continuing education directors/coordinators with planning of other occupational extension programs. (6) Provides information to area civic, economic, educational, and industrial groups upon request. (7) Participates in professional development activities such as workshops, seminars, and conferences related to program area. (8) Conducts periodic announced and unannounced visits to classes to assess progress, evaluate effectiveness and deal with situations which may deviate from what is expected. (9) Assists in identifying public and private resources to develop and sustain the activities and services. (10) Serves on various college committees, local and business associations, and task forces to promote various continuing education programs. (11) Represents the College positively to the community, business and industry and the media. Coordinate recruiting activities at service area high schools. (12) Serves as Project Lead for special projects and initiatives as assigned including but not limited to Project Skill Up, SECU Continuing Education Scholarship, Ramp East Advanced Manufacturing Institute, and other initiatives, special projects and duties as assigned by the Executive Vice President of Workforce and Institutional Effectiveness.
An ability to identify the varied training and educational needs of the people in Roanoke-Chowan Community College service area. An ability to plan and set up classes on and off campus to help facilitate identified needs. An ability to coordinate educational efforts with the various agencies, institutions, businesses and industries to supplement their training and educational capabilities. Strong communication skills, both verbally and in writing. An ability to work effectively with individuals of diverse educational, social, and/or economic levels. Have an understanding of and commitment to the philosophy of community college education.