Executive Dean/Campus C.E.O.

Selden, Suffolk County
Jul 25, 2014
Executive Administration Jobs
Announcement is hereby made for the appointment of Executive Dean/Campus C.E.O. – Ammerman Campus in Selden. The Executive Dean/Campus C.E.O. is an exempt position; compensation will be based on the College's exempt salary and benefit plan. Suffolk County Community College is an open admissions institution committed to serving a diverse student population in a variety of degree and career programs. Job Description: The Executive Dean (Campus C.E.O.) reports to the President and serves as the campus chief academic, student service, and administrative officer. His/her primary responsibility is the management of campus faculty, administrators, and support staff and providing oversight for the integrity and direction of campus infrastructure, programs and services. Responsibilities for the Executive Dean (Campus C.E.O.) include the following: 1. Supervises and coordinates the work of the campus administrators to insure effective communication, efficient administration and consistent application of college-wide policies and procedures. 2. Oversees the recruitment, interviewing process and reference checks for all potential professional employees, and makes recommendations of the finalists to the President on the appointment, evaluation and retention of all campus professional staff members. 3. Reviews and evaluates recommendations from campus administrators in accordance with college procedures and contractual agreements regarding employment, promotion, continuing appointment and termination of campus personnel. 4. Participates in the development and evaluation of the curricula, courses and programs of instruction offered on the campus and forwards recommendations as appropriate. 5. Supports the utilization of technology in the development and delivery of academic programs and student services. 6. Coordinates campus program reviews, strategic planning, and outcomes assessment activities in conformance with College policies, procedures and schedules. 7. Directs the development of a student-centered campus master class schedule. 8. Coordinates the preparation and monitoring of the campus budget. 9. Supports and encourages creative retention and recruitment initiatives. 10. Serves on College-wide and campus academic committees and task forces. 11. Monitors the College catalog relative to campus curricula, courses and academic policy. 12. Oversees maintenance of buildings, grounds and facilities. 13. Performs other related duties as assigned by the College President.