DEAN OF INSTRUCTION– CAREER TECHNICAL EDUCATION (CTE)
Full Salary Range $105,390 - $163,495 (additional compensation for doctorate) Salary will be commensurate with education and experience.
Open until filled
Initial screening on September 18, 2017 5:00 pm, PST
Any complete applications received after the Initial Screening date will be reviewed by the screening committee only upon committee request.
Approximately January 2018
- A Master’s degree from an acceptable accredited institution.
- Equivalent of five full years of experience in teaching, administration, or other faculty responsibilities, preferably at the post-secondary level.
- A minimum of one year of formal training, internship, or leadership experience reasonably related to instructional administration.
- Familiarity and experience with computer-based management information systems.
- Sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students.
- Master’s degree from an accredited college or university in one of the disciplines under the respective academic area the person will be managing.
- Doctorate degree in one of the disciplines under the respective area
Under the direction of the Vice President of Instruction, with a focus on Career Technical Education (CTE), plan, organize, administer, develop and direct the day-to-day operations, programs, and activities including curriculum, catalog, schedule, enrollment management, distance education, and other special assignments of area. The Dean of Instruction provides leadership for program development and works directly with assigned faculty leads and disciplines to plan for activities within area of responsibility. This position is responsible for coordinating all related activities for the college and ensuring that the programs demonstrate sensitivity to the needs of a culturally, economically, and linguistically diverse student population.
- Perform strategic enrollment management as it relates to resource allocation, scheduling, and productivity.
- Promote shared governance through active participation in college and district committees.
- Work collaboratively with the faculty to plan, organize, develop, and evaluate the programs, activities, and curriculum of assigned programs, and services that meet accreditation/industry standards.
- Promote, communicate, and facilitate partnerships with private and public businesses, industries and community or public agencies, as appropriate.
- Participate in community, state and national organizations and meetings related to disciplines in area or special assignments.
- Maintain current knowledge of new developments and innovations in community colleges and higher education in general and recommend changes to area programs to meet student and community needs.
- As directed, prepare reports on instructional programs to comply with federal and state mandates.
- Prepare a variety of reports and correspondence appropriate to assignment.
- Develop the area budget and manage financial resources including CTE focused grants, consistent with District policy and sound financial management principles.
- Resolve student, faculty, and staff conflicts and issues within the area and among disciplines.
- Evaluate faculty, administrators (if applicable), and classified staff in accordance with proper management practices and implement articles of collective bargaining agreements.
- Accurately interpret and apply laws, regulations, district procedures, and collective bargaining contracts provisions.
- Encourage cultural and ethnic diversity in staffing, curriculum, programs and services.
- Perform related duties as assigned.
- Higher education in community colleges, including the mission of the California Community Colleges.
- Priority industry sectors as outlined through the Chancellor’s Office Strong Workforce Initiative.
- Common practices in management of CTE training facilities.
- Managing grants, associated budgets and grant work plans.
- Strategic enrollment management.
- Implementation of collective bargaining agreements.
- Curriculum development and course articulation.
- Budget preparation and control.
- Successful interpersonal skills, organizational leadership, team building, staff development and communication techniques.
- District organization, operations, policies, and objectives.
- Successful oral and written communication skills.
- Computer based systems for administrative, business, and educational functions.
- Community college or school business management, including budgeting, grants, auditing accounts, and faculty load accounting.
- Principles and practices of administration, supervision and training.
- The changing educational needs of the diverse student base and the business community.
- Emerging technologies on teaching, learning, and instructional operations.
- Methods and techniques of program development and administration.
- Principles and procedures of report preparation.
- Communicate effectively both verbally and in writing with faculty and staff, students and community members.
- Establish and maintain a productive and constructive rapport with students, administrators, faculty and staff from multi-cultural backgrounds and promote access and equity.
- Train, select, direct, supervise, and evaluate personnel.
- Collaborate with faculty to develop and modify curriculum to meet student and community needs.
- Analyze, interpret, apply, and explain laws, regulations, labor contracts, policies, and procedures.
- Maintain current knowledge of program rules, regulations, requirements, and restrictions.
- Analyze situations accurately and adopt an effective course of action.
- Plan, organize and implement multiple projects and programs and provide updates to the Vice President of Instruction regarding progress towards completion.
- Compile and present narrative and statistical reports in a concise and comprehensive manner.
- Analyze problems, identify alternative solutions, project consequences of proposed actions, and implement recommendations in support of goals.
How to Apply: All applicants must provide the following items by the closing date in order to be considered for this recruitment. Documents may be emailed or faxed in order to meet the deadline, but all documents must be clear and legible. Email to: HR@mccd.edu, or Fax: 209-384-6103 or mail: Yeng Her, Office of Human Resources, Merced College, 3600 M Street, Merced, CA 95348-2898
- Completed District application form available online http://www.mccd.edu/offices/hr/jobs/management.html
- Letter of interest addressing your qualifications for the position
- Three recent letters of recommendation
- Legible unofficial college transcripts (undergraduate and graduate). Transcripts must include the degree major and date the institution granted the degree. Official copies are not required unless applicant is hired.
- Foreign transcripts must include a U.S. evaluation and translation.
It is the applicant’s responsibility to ensure that all required materials are in the Human Resources Office on the filing deadline. Incomplete application packets will not be considered. All materials submitted in your application file become District property and will not be returned to you.
Individuals with disabilities may request any needed accommodation to participate in the application process. Please submit your request with your application to the Human Resources Office.
Interview Information: Those applicants deemed most qualified for the position will be invited to appear for oral interviews before a screening committee. The interview process may include a pre-interview writing assessment. Finalist interviews with district administrators will follow the same or next day. A limited number of candidates will be invited to interviews. Expenses for travel and accommodations will be the responsibility of the candidates.
Employee Benefits: The District pays (with small contribution from employee) health, prescription, vision and dental insurance premiums for the employee and dependents. Life and income protection insurance premiums are provided for the employee only, as well as paid vacation, sick leave, and holidays.
Condition of Employment: The selected candidate must be livescanned and tested for tuberculosis at his/her own expense prior to the start of employment. The Immigration Reform Act of 1986 requires verification of the right to work in the United States. Applicant must be able to perform essential functions of the position with or without reasonable accommodations. All offers of employment are subject to approval by the Board of Trustees.