Responsibilities include providing leadership for the Arts and Science division faculty and staff; participating in the college planning and assessment program for program and student learning outcome assessment; assisting in the selection of full-time and adjunct faculty; evaluating performance of faculty and staff; assigning and scheduling faculty workloads; assisting with professional development for faculty and staff. Preparing and managing the division budget in collaboration with the Dean of Instruction and the Business Office. Developing and proposing new programs and appropriate curricula; providing leadership in advising, recruiting, and retention of students; preparing information materials in coordination with the Public Information Office, the Dean of Instruction, and the VPAA; collaborating with the dual credit program and director. Serving on committees; teaching one course each semester (fall and spring); performing other duties as assigned.
Required; Master's degree in one of the teaching disciplines of the division. A doctoral degree, preferably in a teaching field within the division, and 18 graduate semester credit hours in discipline represented by the division strongly preferred. Minimum of three years full-time teaching experience, preferably in a community college, required; four to seven years full-time experience preferred. Excellent communication and public relations skills required. Experience with curriculum development, budgeting new programs, program and student learning outcomes assessment, and knowledge of accreditation issues are essential. Supervisory experience in a large department/division is essential. Experience in student advising is necessary. Knowledge of the Learning College philosophy including student engagement and student success is essential. Prefer experience or knowledge in distance learning. Experience in leadership and team building and demonstrated supervisory experience is preferred.