Associate Dean, College to Careers

Location
Illinois, United States
Salary
Salary Not Specified
Posted
Jan 14, 2021
Employment Type
Full Time


A SSOCIATE DEAN COLLEGE TO CARRERS FULL TIME

WASHBURN CULINARY SCHOOL

KENNEDY KING COLLEGE

This position provides academic leadership, development and the maintenance of educational programs. The position also assists the Dean, College to Career in providing leadership and management for the program. In addition, assists the Dean, College to Careers in planning, organizing, and directing the operation, staffing, and budgeting needs of the College to Career Cluster in support of the following goals:

  • Increasing the number of students who earn college credit credentials of economic value;
  • Increasing the rate of transfer to bachelor’s degree programs following CCC graduation;
  • Drastically improving outcomes for students requiring remediation; and
  • Increasing the number and share of ABE/GED/ESL students who advance to and succeed in college-level courses.


DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Identifies and recommends staffing needs to the Dean, College to Careers. Interviews and recommends to the Dean, selection of part-time faculty. Evaluates part-time faculty and recommends retention or non-retention.
  • Develops and implements a comprehensive orientation program for part-time faculty, in conjunction with the Office of Human Resources at the College and the District Office.
  • Provides for an effective two-way channel of communication between the College administration and faculty to ensure the integrity of the educational programs, the currency of the offerings, and the innovation of appropriate new technologies within the department. Aggressively pursues and follows through with issues of concern and assists in resolving problems.
  • Serves as a hearing officer regarding student complaints and recommends appropriate procedures for their resolution.
  • Prepares and develops budgets for the division in cooperation with the Business Office. Assists the Dean in monitoring the budget. Develops and implements procedures for the request, purchase and maintenance of instructional equipment and supplies and ensures the maintenance of accurate inventory control.
  • Works with the Registrar’s Office to facilitate seamless registration processes for Cluster students consistent with District policies and procedures.
  • Coordinates and directs the evaluation, review and implementation of innovative curriculum additions and revisions, course outlines and syllabi and textbook selection.
  • Writes proposals to seek external funding for specific Cluster projects and initiatives that require support beyond the District’s capabilities.
  • Works with the Office of Research to plan and implement routine research concerning the numbers, status and success of Cluster course offerings; prepares reports and analyses setting forth progress, adverse trends and makes appropriate recommendations and/or conclusions.
  • Uses computer software to prepare memoranda and spreadsheet reports detailing activities and statistics.
  • Represents the college to community organizations and agencies and participates on district-wide committees.
  • Pays attention to detail in all aspects of each assignment to ensure accuracy of information and reports.
  • Serves as weekend and/or evening administrator for the College.
  • Adheres to CCC Customer Service Excellence standards.
  • Performs related duties as required.

  • Master’s degree in any discipline taught within the District, supplemented by five years teaching and/or administrative work in a college setting or an equivalent combination of training and experience. Previous supervisory experience preferred.
  • Previous experience with computer information management systems and budget management. Previous experience in writing grants.
  • Must be able to work well with employees at all levels of the organization, in addition to students and other customers. Must be able to handle all situations with tact, persuasiveness, and diplomacy.
  • Excellent writing and verbal communication necessary. Must be able to effectively represent the District at various meetings and outside gatherings. Must be able to conduct research, analyze data, and prepare clear and thorough reports.
  • Excellent organizational and administrative skills.
  • Must be self-directed and innovative, able to assess current operations in an effort to improve the future goals of the College. Must be able to meet deadlines in a timely manner.
  • Must be computer proficient with knowledge of a variety of software programs.
  • Experience working in any aspect of transportation, distribution or logistics is highly desirable. Knowledge of student management programs a plus.


Chicago residency is required for all full tome enployment within six (6) months of hire

City Colleges of Chicago is an affirmative action equal opportunity employer

Thank you for your interest in CCC

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