The Director of the QEP must possess a specialization in communication skills, with significant teaching, research, and or/administrative experience; demonstrated competence in
integrating technologies into writing instruction; knowledge of computer technology; excellent oral and written communications; proven record of learning theories, writing research, and
evaluation methods; experience in developing and evaluating materials of both print and electronic media; preferably possess experience working in a writing/speaking across the
curriculum or writing within the discipline’s program; commitment to multicultural education, including sensitivity to the needs of non-traditional and minority students.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned. Under the supervision of the Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs and Student Success Initiatives the QEP Program Director will:
Facilitate and oversee the implementation of NCCU’s Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) engaging appropriate stakeholders.
Revise the QEP as necessary over the course of the QEP’s timeline in cooperation with the Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs and the Director of Accreditation.
Produce the QEP portion of the Fifth Year Interim Report according to the SACSCOC requirements.
Create position descriptions, hire, manage, coach, supervise, provide professional development & training and evaluate QEP Staff.
Administer all QEP assessment and evaluation efforts and work with the Office of Institutional Research, Effectiveness, and Planning to this end.
Assemble and coordinate QEP subcommittees.
Administer the QEP budget in coordination with the Associate Vice Chancellor.
Serve as Liaison between the QEP and NCCU’s Administration.
Collaborate with students, faculty and staff.
Provide reports, including regular progress reports, for the Associate Vice Chancellor for or the Accreditation Compliance Director. Report progress to the campus.
Continue to market the QEP to students, faculty, staff, administrators, and work with the Writing Studio Director, and the University College.
Provide professional development opportunities for faculty engaged in the QEP throughout the university.
Serve as a resource for faculty and the University community
Direct and coordinate all QEP promotional activities
Collaborate with divisions across campus to organize, develop and implement student programs.
Perform related duties as required.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform the essential duties and responsibilities listed above. The qualifications listed below are representative of the education, experience, knowledge, skills, and/or abilities required. Knowledge of the college accrediting process and accrediting bodies such as the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools preferred. Knowledge of critical thinking practices and professional development. Exceptional verbal and written communication skills. Demonstrated leadership and supervisory skills. Ability to design and implement various types of specialized training for groups throughout the University. Ability to work in a team environment and manage multiple tasks/projects simultaneously
Master’s degree required. Minimum of five (5) years’ experience in a higher education setting required.
ADDITIONAL DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS
Strong organization, oral and written communication skills as well as sound judgment are expected. The ability to work under pressure with an extremely high degree of accuracy is necessary. Strong computer skills including competency with an integrated mainframe administrative database is required. Experience with transfer articulation and evaluations. Familiarity with transfer curriculum issues and practices. Competency with PC applications, PowerPoint and Web. Banner Experience preferred but not required.