Responsible for providing divisional leadership that supports the mission, vision and strategic goals of the College. Responsible for the development, implementation, evaluation and management of assigned instructional programs, services, budget and division employees. Provides leadership in curriculum, academic assessment, strategic planning and budgeting. Employs enrollment management and retention strategies. Fosters collaborative working relationships with internal and external counterparts to communicate and coordinate initiatives that support College and instructional goals. Includes the following instructional programs: Air Conditioning and Refrigeration (HVAC), Automotive Systems Technology (General and Ford Asset), Carpentry/Construction Management, Collision Repair and Refinishing, Computer Integrated Machining/Manufacturing Technology, Diesel and Heavy Equipment Technology, Architectural Engineering Technology, Electrical Systems Technology, Mechatronics Engineering Technology, Turfgrass Management, Welding Technology. Duties/Functions POSITION SPECIFIC DUTIES
Provides strategic, innovative leadership in the design, implementation and continuous improvement of the division and related programs and services.
Responsible for division alignment with College strategic initiatives and facilitates the preparation of short- and long-term plans in support of College mission, vision and goals.
Provides leadership in curriculum design, instructional delivery, accreditation and assessment activities.
Assists in the development of marketing strategies leading to program recognition and growth.
Develops processes and systems that enhance instruction. Serves as the liaison to other divisions and departments of the College relating to academic programs, physical assets, and facilities.
Employs appropriate enrollment management and retention strategies.
Ensures division compliance with applicable federal, state, and local regulations, accrediting commissions, licensing requirements, and with administrative regulations and Board policies as appropriate.
Responsible for employee supervision and accountability, both direct and indirect reports, including recruitment, selection, orientation, scheduling, evaluation, coaching, rewards/recognition, and discipline.
Models and maintains high performance standards and performance expectations.
Ensures division employees provide excellent customer service and a welcoming, supportive, and respectful work environment. Investigates and resolves requests and concerns.
Ensures and promotes health and safety in the workplace.
Establishes and maintains collaborative working relationships with internal employees. Actively participates on and/or leads various College committees, meetings, and workgroups.
Responsible for division budget(s) development and management. Prepares, monitors, controls, and ensures spending within the budget allocation. Develops cost estimates for future division needs.
Directs the preparation of capital equipment requests. Supervises expenditures of capital equipment funds within College practices, policies, and procedures.
Directs the semester/annual class scheduling and faculty assignments in coordination with other areas of the College
Oversees maintenance of accurate catalog information, degree worksheets, advising materials and division content on the GTCC website.
Manages full-time and part-time faculty workloads for compliance with college policies.
Maintains confidentiality of student records, personnel files, and other sensitive information.
Promptly investigates and resolves problems and complaints from students and employees.
Establishes and maintains collaborative working relationships with business and industry partners, agencies, community organizations and/or education institutions. Serves as College representative on various statewide, local and College committees and attends events as appropriate.
Applies the Colleges interpretation of the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).
Attends training sessions and participates in professional training opportunities.
Demonstrate and model the Colleges employability skills: adaptability, communication, information processing, problem solving, responsibility and teamwork.
Instructs students in a classroom, lab, learning center or other setting as appropriate (one class per year).
Initiates and implements grant funded opportunities that support the mission of the college.
Performs all other related duties as assigned. Difficult Challenges Contacts Education Required Masters degree in a field taught within the division or a Bachelors degree in a field taught within the division and a Masters degree in Education or related area from a regionally accredited postsecondary institution (summary above). Education Preferred Doctoral degree from a regionally accredited post-secondary institution. Experience Required Five years of post-secondary teaching experience in a field represented within the Division.
Three years of progressive academic administrative experience in a postsecondary institution.
Experience with faculty supervision including performance evaluation.
Experience in budget development and management.
Experience with enrollment management, curriculum/program development, and assessment.
Experience in building collaborative community/workforce education partnerships.
Experience with programmatic accreditation and regulatory compliance processes. Experience Preferred Greater than five years of post-secondary teaching experience in a field represented within the Division.
Greater than three years of progressive academic administrative experience in a postsecondary institution.
Community college teaching and/or administrative experience
Experience with distance learning modalities and management. KSA Required The Dean will possess an understanding of and commitment to the nature and role of the Community College, particularly its open door policy. He/she shall have demonstrated personal and professional competence for the areas of responsibility assigned to include the ability to:
1. Strategically think and manage change
2. Respect Diversity
3. Adapt to changing procedures, protocols or assignments
4. Create and maintain a learner centered environment
5. Communicate effectively in multiple formats
6. Initiate, develop, and maintain relationships internal and external to the College KSA Preferred Department/Job Specific Requirements Schedule may require day or evening responsibilities and travel between campuses as required for performance of job duties.
Responsibilities may include overnight travel in, and outside of the state, as well as occasional travel overseas in support of college programs and initiatives.
The following (compliance) training is required and must be completed within the first 30 days of hire with annual refresher training thereafter: (additional training may be added as needed)
Anti-Discrimination/Harassment & Title IX
Safety/Shooter on Campus
Personal Information Protection Training (PIP)
Ethics and Social Responsibility
eLearning Level One (before the first day of the first semester teaching)
eLearning Levels Two and Three for instructors who teach online or hybrid delivery methods (before the first day of the first semester teaching) Physical Demands Physical Activity: Primarily sitting
Environmental Hazard(s): Lifting:
1. Hear and see
2. Other physical requirements as necessary to function in an academic/office setting
1. Criminal history checks with acceptable results, are required. Posting Type Faculty