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Dean, School of ESL, International Education, & Transitional Studies (RE-ISSUED)

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City College of San Francisco

Location

San Francisco, CA

Job Description

Dean, School of ESL, International Education, & Transitional Studies (RE-ISSUED)
(Office of the Chancellor)
San Francisco Community College District

Posting Number: 0130082         
Filing Deadline (All postings close at 4:00 PM): 08-19-2013
Job Type: Administrative - Dean  

POSITION AMENDED & RE-ISSUED
Note: Amendment made to include salary range.
(For job announcement details refer to http://jobs.ccsf.edu).

Major Duties and Responsibilities: 

Academic Responsibilities/Curriculum & Instruction 
1. Serve as the educational leader of the School of ESL, International Education, & Transitional Studies by providing leadership on innovative student learning, student support, and program development. 

2. Provide operational oversight and promote accountability and leadership in the development and review of program offerings, scheduling of classes, and teaching assignments based on student and community needs. 

3. Maintain an understanding of current ideas, research, technology, and practices pertaining to areas of responsibility through study and participation in professional organizations. 

4. Provide leadership to assist department chairs and faculty with the development of credit and noncredit offerings of distance, hybrid, and in-person courses including facilitating grant applications for areas of responsibility. 

5. Work with Center Deans and department chairs to monitor enrollment patterns, faculty workloads and hours across disciplines, cost/benefit information, employment and other critical data to identify class schedule opportunities, issues, program development and needed changes. 

6. Cooperate with the department chairs in facilitating and overseeing the resolution, where possible, of student complaints. 

7. Plan and conduct regular meetings with School personnel; promote a team effort; communicate relevant College deadlines, policies, procedures, applicable regulations of outside agencies, and other matters of interest or compliance to department chairs, faculty, classified staff and students. 

8. Work with department chairs in finding resources to develop opportunities, programs and needed changes that enhance student success. 

Planning & Development 
9. Work directly with all School faculty including department chairs and faculty coordinators to prioritize program review requests for resource allocations. 

10. Provide leadership to department chairs and faculty in their assessment of student learning outcomes as they relate to courses and programs. 

11. Engage with department chairs, faculty and classified staff to assess new technologies and software to improve pedagogy and learning outcomes, increase opportunities for student access, and enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of the work environment. 

12. Prepare annual School goals, participate in planning activities, and facilitate completion of goals to ensure all accreditation, State and federal criteria concerning academics are followed. 

13. Work with Center Deans, department chairs, faculty and classified staff to plan and implement all activities required for program accreditation. 

14. Coordinate efforts with the District's Marketing Department to implement a marketing and promotion plan for the School. 

Budget/Fiscal Management 
15. In compliance with District guidelines, recommend, implement, and monitor multiple budgets for assigned areas to ensure that the School of ESL, International Education, & Transitional Studies remains fiscally sound and is operated within its allocated budget. 

16. Oversee the allocation of the School's Academic Departments' equipment and supplies funds. 

Liaison/Relationships with Community 
17. Aligned with the District and the School of ESL, International Education, & Transitional Studies' mission and goals, participate in community activities and professional organizations that foster student diversity. 

18. Establish and maintain positive working relationships with area high schools, colleges, universities, and business and community-based organizations that promote and benefit the School's education programs.

Educational Leadership 
19. Support department chairs, faculty and classified staff by working with administration to ensure resources and opportunities are allocated for their training and professional development that promotes teaching excellence and high standards in specified skills. 

20. Work with instruction and student services deans, department chairs, faculty and classified staff to strengthen collaboration between instruction and student services to promote student success. 

Personnel 
21. In accord with District policies, contracts, and procedures, supervise and evaluate assigned faculty, including department chairs, faculty coordinators and classified staff; review and approve documents/forms necessary to effectuate assignments and pay of personnel under their supervision, i.e. assignment forms, time sheets, leave of absence forms, etc. 

22. Review Tenure Review Committee recommendations for faculty tenure, promotion, non-promotion, and dismissals for final approval to the Chancellor and the Board of Trustees. 

23. In accord with District policies, contracts, and procedures, manage the professional conduct of assigned department chairs, faculty, and classified staff and collaborate with Employee Relations in resolving employee disciplinary matters; where resolution is not reached at the departmental level, serve as the administrative grievance officer in employee discipline processes. 

Immigration 
24. Serves as Designated School Official (DSO) and as primary liaison with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and overseas U.S. Consulates and Embassies. Confer with immigration officials, and advocates and resolves complex immigration and Visa issues for the Institute of International Students (IIS). 

25. Serve as liaison with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and Electronic Data Systems/Immigration and Customs Enforcement (EDS/ICE) regarding SEVIS regulation updates, audit, or information verification needs. 

26. Maintains current knowledge on immigration legislation regulations and policies, such as those regarding admission to the U.S., extension of stay, authorization to work, travel, optional practical training, etc. 

27. Ensures that the institution is in compliance with all USCIS regulations regarding Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP). 

28. In conjunction with the Associate Vice Chancellor School Deans, interprets and works with staff to implement pertinent Federal, State, and local legislation and regulations with appropriate CCSF units. 

General Responsibilities 
29. Promote a work culture aligned with the College's mission to promote the delivery of customer service, innovation, and quality services to students, employees, and the community. 

30. Serve on District and state-wide committees as assigned including participating collegially on CCSF Participatory Governance committees. 

31. Attend Board of Trustees' meetings; make presentations and submit reports and action items related to areas of responsibility. 

32. Perform additional administrative duties and services as requested and assigned.

To apply, please visit our website at http://jobs.ccsf.edu

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Approval Date

7/31/2013 12:00 AM
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