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Director, Curriculum Management 18000159

Job description

Lone Star College-System Office

Director, Curriculum Management 18000159

Position Summary:
Facilitates the editing of the LSC catalog, supports the core development process, and facilitates the System-wide review and approval of curriculum revisions. Oversees a team of instructional programs professionals and provides leadership, guidance and support in their job functions.

Job Functions:
Facilitates the System-wide review and editing of the LSC catalog each year, including policies, procedures, curriculum and all other related chapters
Works actively with the General Education Committee in support of the LSC core redevelopment process, including but not limited to participation on committees, coordination and collaboration with all involved parties, development of training materials, organization of proposals, providing guidance on THECB policies, and submission of proposals to the THECB for final approval
Evaluates and renews processes for Curriculum Management projects. Facilitates the System-wide review and approval of curriculum revisions in collaboration with the Educational Programs Council and Vice Presidents of Instruction, organization and processing of proposals from curriculum teams, development of training materials, and communications with all interested parties System-side to ensure full dissemination of information
Develops and manages Curriculum Management budgets and makes regular reports to the Associate Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs
Represents Academic Affairs and Curriculum Management on Workforce Council and other committees as assigned
Oversees the submission of all new programs and course and program revisions to THECB for final approval
Works actively with LSC personnel to identify and collect data related to student learning outcomes and the use of such data for improvement of teaching and learning
Participates in training and professional development related to Curriculum Management and provides training and professional development opportunities for employees
Responsible for other reasonable related duties as assigned

Bachelor’s degree
At least 5 years of related work experience; at least 3 years in a management or director-level position

How to Apply:
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Job No:
Posted: 4/27/2018
Application Due: 5/28/2018
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