With a primary focus on entrepreneurial thinking, continuous improvement, enrollment growth and learner success, this critical position provides leadership and oversight for key academic operations system-wide. The individual in this position will lead work in five key functional areas in addition to a multitude of sub-areas (e.g., course rotations development, textbook ordering/management, assignment of course fees, syllabi management):Program Development and Management; Part-time faculty Recruitment, Hiring, Assignment and Support; facilitating faculty Development; facility Management
and Course Creation.
This position will lead a dynamic team that supports and encourages success in the creation and maintenance of a shared services operation. The unit provides top-notch, world class service and is a catalyst for creating greater efficiencies and an improved academic operation that is scalable and provides a value-add to the entire organization. Key to this position is a focus on strategic analysis, creative problem solving, and innovative solutions in order to drive initiatives to completion through existing or new workflows. The individual in this position must possess the communication skills to bring others on board with go-forward plans and enjoy working as part of a team.
Minimum Qualifications: Master’s degree in an applicable field from a regionally accredited institution and three or more years of full-time or part-time teaching experience and three or more years of academic operations management experience; or
any equivalent combination of experience, training and/or education.
Annual Salary: $70,000.
Application Deadline: December 17, 2012 at midnight.
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