Fish Management and Aquaculture Science Program Manager
Fish Management and Aquaculture Science Program Manager
Under the guidance and direction of the Dean, the Program Manager manages the Fish Management and Aquaculture Science program. The Program Manager leads both independent project management and collaborative efforts with the Dean to create, maintain, and process materials associated with the Fish Management and Aquaculture Science program; teaches classes each semester of the year; leads program review and accreditation efforts; and supervises adjunct faculty assigned to teach courses within the program. Annual salary range is $55,000 - 65,000.
Duties and Responsibilities
- PARTICIPATES IN DEPARTMENT ACTVITIES:
- Provide effective day-to-day management and administration of the Fish Management and Aquaculture Science program in the School of Natural Resources, Department of Conservation, Education, and Recreation.
- Supervises adjunct faculty.
- Plan and oversee professional development for program faculty.
- In cooperation with the Dean of the School of Natural Resources and Chair of Conservation, Education, and Recreation manage curriculum, create course schedules, assist with faculty and student issues, coordinate professional development for faculty, coordinate adjunct assignments, complete adjunct faculty evaluations and participate in other special projects.
- Responsible for assuring that university policies are communicated and followed.
- Manage aspects of grant funding as needed.
- Serve on committees as assigned by the Dean.
- PERFORMS STUDENT ACADEMIC PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT & ADVISING ACTIVITIES
- Maintain required credit hours of teaching load per term.
- Assist with the recruitment and placement of students.
- Coordinate textbook selection and review process to reduce overall student cost;
- Work with students and faculty to resolve conflicts and serve as the second step in grade appeals.
- Encourage students' involvement in the advising process; Maintains sufficient advising hours compatible with student schedules; meet with advisees at least twice per semester and as often as needed; advise student having difficulty in class / clinical work; maintain appropriate advisee files; direct students to appropriate department and College resources; maintain confidentiality; periodically evaluates graduation progress and completions.
- Duties also include managing student files, including processing of applications, documenting, using spreadsheets (such as Excel), and databases (such as Colleague/Web Advisor and Moodle). Keep track of student progress in cross disciplines and updating student records. This will involve working closely with many different offices throughout the College, Student Affairs, Financial Aid, etc.
- Acts as lead contact for international student needs in conjunction with the Office of the Registrar.
- Reviews graduation applications prior to final approval by the Dean.
- Coordinate with CCP Liaison for site visits for College Credit Plus
- Act as the lead liaison for practicum sites for the Fish Management and Aquaculture Science program.
- Master’s Degree in Fish Management, Fish and Wildlife Management, Ichthyology, and/or Aquaculture Sciences, or closely related field. Graduate-level coursework must be related to the class(es) being taught. Classes include: Fish culture, aquatic ecology, fish management, fish health, pathology, and pond management.
- Minimum of 5 years of full-time, professional, field and/or lab in Fish Management, Hatchery Management, or Aquaculture.
- Degree must be from a regionally or nationally accredited institution recognized by the U.S. Department of Education or the Council for Higher Education Accreditation or equivalent as verified by a member of the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services, Inc.
- Evidence of professional development in the field of concentration as demonstrated by activity in professional associations, consultative practice; participation in seminars, workshops, and formal coursework, and individual reading and research.
- Excellent communication skills (written and verbal).
- Strong technology skills including usage of Microsoft Office, email, student information system, and learning management system
- Organizational, record-keeping, and interpersonal skills.
- Knowledge of subject area.
- Knowledge of educational theory and application.
- Knowledge of learners and individual learning styles.
- Interest in and commitment to the learner-centered educational process.
- Educational technology skills.
- Caring attitude toward students.
- Learning and self-motivation skills.
- Willingness to extend self to help students succeed.
- Knowledge of College resources available to students.
- Knowledge of organizational structure.
- Current knowledge of programs, objectives, and requirements.
- Openness to suggestions for improvement.
- Attention to detail.
- Flexibility in dealing with others.
- Ability to work as a team member.
- Ability to prioritize work.
- Behaves in accordance with Hocking College and Academic Affairs mission, goals, and values.
- Positive attitude.
- Knowledge of safe working conditions.
- Must be legally able to work in the United States
How to Apply:
Apply online at https://hocking.edu/careers/284
Interested applicants should submit a resume and cover letter to [email protected] Position will remain open until filled.
Hocking College is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, genetic information, religion, age, disability or military status in employment or the provision of services.
When contacted for an interview, an applicant who requires special accommodations due to a disability should notify the office at that time so proper arrangements can be made for the interview.
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