AVP of Academic Affairs Accreditation & Assessment

Dona Ana Community College
New Mexico, United States
Salary Commensurate with experience
May 04, 2021
Employment Level
Employment Type
Full Time
Job Duties and Responsibilities Supervise appointed units and programs such as accreditation, assessment, and satellite centers and others deemed appropriate. Lead effort in implementing and reporting on accreditation and assessment initiatives. Ensure compliance with accreditation standards and certification requirements. Collaborate with faculty and staff on a variety of projects including Student Success Initiatives
Collaborate on special assignments with division deans, center directors and other units reporting to the VPAA.
Assist VPAA by gathering data, reports, and other relevant information. Provide input into budget process and make appropriate recommendations. Assist VPAA with the daily operations of the office and ensure policies and procedures are followed. Handle routine office matters in a professional, accurate, and timely manner. Participate in the screening, interviewing and orientation of faculty. Serve on college committees and task forces.
Assist with special projects as assigned.
Represent the VPAA at meetings and other functions.
Other duties as assigned.


Required Education Master’s degree in a related field.

Required Experience Three (3) years of professional experience directly related to the standard duties as outlined.

Preferred Qualifications (optional) Doctorate degree in related field.
Three (3) years of community college/post-secondary full-time teaching. Five years (5) administrative experience in academic and/or career technical education. Knowledge of assessment techniques used to measure student learning outcomes as well as broader trends in assessment practices. Familiarity with accreditation processes.
Experience with academic procedures such as curriculum development, course scheduling, faculty hiring, and use of instructional technology. Proven record of management, leadership, problem-solving, and consensus-building. Ability to foster a cooperative and productive work environment. Familiarity with budget. Skill in organizing resources and establishing priorities. Needs of students, both traditional and non-traditional, from diverse ethnic, educational, socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds.