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Associate Dean - Manufacturing, Agriculture, and Construction Technologies

Fox Valley Technical College
$87,500.00 -

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Associate Dean - Manufacturing, Agriculture, and Construction Technologies

Fox Valley Technical College

Job Category
Regular Management
FVTC Worksite
Appleton Main Campus
Hours Per Week

Fox Valley Technical College celebrates diversity, supports equity and inclusiveness, and encourages individual expression in our workplace.

Job Description Summary
This position provides leadership and assists in managing division operations and instructional programming of the Manufacturing and Agriculture Division throughout the Fox Valley Technical College District in alignment with the vision, mission, values, and purposes of the organization. The associate dean directly supervises several instructional departments, programs, and related staff within the division and serves in a back-up capacity for the division dean.

Job Description


  • Promote robust partnerships with industry and other key stakeholders.
  • Work directly with industry and institutional leaders to ensure the currency and relevancy of the College's courses, associate degree, technical diploma, and workforce training programs.
  • Cultivate new partnerships that provide innovative educational solutions to individuals and organizations throughout the College's service district and beyond. Support efforts to promote manufacturing careers and serve as a representative of the College in industry and the community in such efforts.
  • Support the investigation, development, and implementation of new program offerings in response to community needs.
  • Coordinate instructional programming and curriculum.
  • Manage focused areas of instructional programming and related staff as assigned.
  • Provide overall coordination and support for division continuing education programming.
  • Provide overall coordination and support for assigned contract services delivery.
  • Provide overall coordination and ensure the development, modification, and documentation of division curriculum within state and district policy.
  • Provide leadership to the development of new programming in the division.
  • Actively lead and support student academic assessment strategies, ensuring that student learning is assessed and documented.
  • Serve as the division liaison to all regional centers and campuses to ensure the development of, and consistency in, the delivery of instruction, involving department chairs as appropriate.
  • Provide leadership in developing flexible program and course delivery options for the division.
  • Foster and coordinate the use of alternative delivery in divisional programming.
  • Coordinate division transitions programming and projects for high school students (e.g., Start College Now, Dual Credit, HS Academies) in cooperation with related departments, and involving faculty as appropriate.
  • Develop, coordinate, and oversee shared degree programs with other technical college districts and articulated programs with four-year colleges, as appropriate.
  • Monitor Program Vitality dashboards and review vitality data with departments on a regular basis
  • Assist in division-level planning, budget development, and budget management.
  • Assist in developing, managing, and monitoring division budgets as assigned.
  • Assist in conducting annual operational planning (prioritization, implementation and evaluation) in areas such as facilities, computer technology, equipment, etc.
  • Develop projects, grants, and corporate partnerships to aid in program updates, modifications, and new program development.
  • Assist in developing division and department goals.
  • Support the college's strategic directions and annual priorities.
  • Assist with overall division management.
  • Assist in the continuous monitoring and improvement of division productivity utilizing key indicators such as FTE production, numbers served, cost effectiveness, contract services revenue and cost recovery, faculty schedules and workloads, class sizes, program inquiries and applications, graduate and placement data (monitor by overall division and by program).
  • Hire, supervise, direct, and evaluate division faculty and staff as assigned.
  • Ensure that continuous improvement efforts are implemented in the division through well-managed and well-documented projects.
  • Assist in developing, monitoring, and using balanced scorecard measures at the division level.
  • Provide leadership to functional and cross-functional teams as assigned within the division.
  • Serve as a member of the ­­­­Manufacturing and Agriculture Division Leadership Team to facilitate communications and coordinate division operations.


  • Serve as a division liaison to Student Services regarding program admissions, enrollment, and graduation, involving department chairs and faculty as appropriate.
  • Implement and support academic advising of program students.
  • Address student issues as appropriate.
  • Provide direction for the development and maintenance of active advisory committees for assigned programs, addressing district policy requirements.
  • Develop and maintain community linkages appropriate to the role of associate dean.
  • Participate on institutional committees, projects, task forces, etc. as appropriate.
  • Promote involvement of students and staff in co-curricular student organizations.


  • Bachelor's Degree in Manufacturing, Industrial Technology, or related field or educational administration is required; Master's Degree preferred.
  • Two years of occupational experience outside the field of education is required.
  • Demonstrated leadership in the professional setting is required.
  • Three years of managerial supervisory experience is required, preferably at the community/technical college level.
  • Two years of teaching experience is required, preferably at the community/technical college level.

Additional Information
Pay: $87,500.00 - $140,100.00 per year.
Pay is based on a multitude of factors, including experience, qualifications, education, relevant certifications, internal equity, and market data. Note: Internal applicants' wage will be based upon the applicable compensation structure.

FVTC strongly and actively strives to increase diversity and provide equal opportunity within its community. FVTC does not discriminate against persons based on age, color, disability, ethnicity, gender, gender expression, gender identity, genetic information, height, marital status, national origin, political persuasion, pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, transgender status, veteran status, weight or any other protected class.

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FVTC offers more than 200 associate degree, technical diploma and certificate programs, and instruction related to 15 apprenticeship trades, in addition to providing services to business and industry. The college serves about 50,000 people annually, more than any other technical college in Wisconsin. To learn more, visit



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