Closes: Monday, October 25, 2021
Target Start Date
Expected Work Hours
Minimum of Master's degree from a regionally accredited institution of higher education is required with a minimum of five to ten years of increasing management experience with five years' experience in an institution of higher education, preferably in a community college.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform. each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Doctorate degree preferred. Teaching experience in a community college is highly desired. Ability to speak Spanish preferred.
- Responsible for the supervision of the following academic areas:
- Arts and Sciences
- Applied Technologies
- Workforce Development and Continuing Education
- Distance Learning
- Nursing/Health Sciences
- Strategic Vision and Program Development
- Plays a leadership role in developing and ensuring execution of a vision that advances student access, excellence in teaching and learning, and student success across all academic and workforce departments.
- Propose and develop new and innovative curriculum programming and workforce training to further the mission of the College and grow enrollment.
- Responsible for recommending and implementing an organizational structure and plan for the academic division that supports student success.
- Propose and develop plans for facilities that meet the expanding needs of the college.
- Demonstrates an understanding of the importance of aligning teaching practice to different learning styles and utilizing multiple modalities, and works to advance the capacity and practice of faculty college-wide.
- Demonstrates a commitment to evidence-based practice by using data to make decisions, celebrate successes, and communicate priorities; regularly modifies evidence-based strategies and programs to account for changing landscapes, policies, and student needs.
- Demonstrates a commitment to improving student learning and success through strategic approaches to faculty appointment, professional development, evaluation and assessment.
- Deeply values the engagement of faculty and academic leaders throughout the College in advancing a strategic vision and understands the roles of academic leaders and decision-making processes in institutional transformation.
- Maintains strong relationships with other college executives, including the Vice President for Student Services, Vice President for Institutional Advancement and Community Relations, and Vice President for Finance and Administration.
- Work cooperatively with the Associate Vice President of Instructional Operations to develop curriculum programs.
- Demonstrates a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion throughout all levels of the organization.
- Responsible for coordinating a liaison program with higher education and secondary education institutions that strengthens articulation programs.
- Works collaboratively with area businesses and industries to create industry-specific training and to validate curriculum programming is meeting business and industry needs.
- Responsible for cooperating with the Vice President for Finance and Administration in the formulation and implementation of the budget as it applies to credit and noncredit academic personnel salaries, benefits, and departmental operation expenses.
- Responsible for cooperating with the Vice President for Student Services in promotion of the College and programs, developing sound recordkeeping and student tracking, managing student learning challenges, developing additional funding sources through grant opportunities, and working with the Foundation to develop funding for the College and for students.
- Assign instructional and support staff in cooperation with credit and noncredit academic supervisors.
- Responsible for the coordination of a comprehensive plan for curriculum program development, implementation and evaluation.
- Responsible for recommending credit and noncredit academic personnel for employment, reappointment, and termination.
- Responsible for the assignment of classrooms, laboratories, and other institutional spaces related to the support of instructional programs as well as academic affairs personnel work spaces.
- Direct, review and approve the preparation and distribution of all master class schedules.
- Responsible for working across the college to develop and maintain record keeping structures for FTE program compliance with state regulations and laws.
- Perform other assignments as assigned.