Dean of Academic Programs

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Start date: 2014-10-22T06:35:27.657
Salary period: Annual
Dean of Academic Programs
Academic Programs
37.5/hrs week
Salary Grade:
Pay Rate:
$85,000-$89,000 dependent upon experience & education.
General Duties:
The Dean of Academic Programs supervises and supports the academic instructional departments and programs and oversees student appeals; planning, resource allocation, faculty hiring and evaluation, curriculum development, scheduling, course and program assessments. The Dean of Academic Programs is responsible for managing and providing direct leadership within the following areas: Department of Business, English, Math, Social Science and Education, Science, Engineering and Computer Science, Visual Communications and Arts, Reading/Writing Lab, Math Lab, and Science Lab.
Specific duties include: ensuring all Academic Programs are in compliance with State, Federal and other regulations and policies. Foster a climate of academic excellence; assess degree and certificate programs and individual courses. Collaborate with department chairs and program directions to develop proposals for new programs. Plan and support faculty professional development. Collect and consolidate department inputs for the development of the annual budget. Participate in the planning of commencement. Other duties as assigned by the Vice President of Academic Programs.
Earned doctorate in a relevant discipline from an accredited institution preferred. A minimum of five years of successful leadership and management experience at progressive levels of responsibility. Community College experience is preferred. Five years of successful teaching experience preferred. Strong leadership and administrative skills and the ability to use technology in the course of day-to-day activities. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Commitment to diversity and ability to work well with others in a team environment.
Apply on-line to , an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer and educational institution, is committed to diversity.
Deadline: For best consideration please apply by December 31, 2014.

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