Campus Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
The Eastern Campus Associate Dean for Academic Affairs provides leadership and administrative support for Eastern Campus academic units and functions and serves as the chief administrative officer of the campus when designated by the Campus Executive Dean. The Campus Associate Dean for Academic Affairs reports to the Campus Executive Dean and has the following specific responsibilities:
• Provide leadership in development of campus-based academic initiatives, faculty development, and updating of academic programs and processes for continued improvement;
• Oversee the Assistant Academic Dean and the Academic Chairs in fulfilling their role as campus academic leaders;
• Coordinate the work of assigned academic offices to ensure effective communication, efficient administration, and consistent application of college-wide policies;
• Collaborate with Academic Chairs to develop and manage the campus master schedule in accordance with the policies and procedures set forth by the College Associate Dean for Master Schedule and participate in the Master Schedule Processing Committee (MSPC);
• Collaborate with the College Associate Dean for Curriculum Development and College Dean of Instruction in the analysis, development, and evaluation of courses, curricula, and program review;
• Guide the development of assessment activities and monitor the application of assessment feedback in conjunction with the College Associate Dean for Curriculum Development and College Dean of Instruction;
• Collaborate with student services personnel and faculty, including but not limited to, the Assistant Dean of Student Services, Director of Enrollment Services, and Director of Financial Aid to develop effective recruitment and retention strategies;
• Oversee the faculty evaluation process as it relates to term and continuing appointments, promotions, and tenured faculty reviews and provide observation and evaluation of faculty when necessary;
• Assist with the development and management of the operating budget for academic areas;
• Oversee student appeal and academic processes including academic reviews and audits, course substitutions, course waivers, pre-requisite reviews, dismissals, reinstatements, probation and grade grievance processes;
• Review and approve high school students who are not otherwise a part of the Early College Program, for non-matriculated status;
• Serve on campus and College committees as appropriate;
• Perform other duties as assigned by the Campus Executive Dean.
A Master’s degree in a relevant discipline is required; a doctorate is preferred. Prior college administrative experience serving in a similar capacity is required. The successful candidate will have experience overseeing academic program development, academic assessment, academic functions on a campus, and assisting with the development and management of budgets.
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This is a 12-month Guild (Unit 4) position, and, as such, the salary and benefits for this position are determined according to the salary and benefits plan for the Guild of Administrative Officers.
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