Dir. Rice Cntr for Leader Dev
The Director, Rice Center for Leader Development reports to the Commandant of Cadets with duties that include: Oversee the Corps’ leader development program by continuously updating and improving course materials. This includes creating, managing and updating all accredited courses taught to the cadets. The incumbent will coordinate, train, and support the assistant instructors who teach these courses in addition to teaching several courses each semester. Coordinate and schedule academic classrooms with sufficient size to conduct accredited courses taught to the cadets. Support development and maintenance of learning management systems for all accredited courses taught to the cadets. Support the Deputy Commandant, VPI Battalion, who is responsible for the Citizen-Leader Track program. This may include developing academic courses and coordinating guest speakers. | Oversee the Corps' academic success programs designed to assist cadets with their academic performance. The goal of this program is a regimental average GPA of greater than 3.0. Plan and execute Corps periodic invitational leadership conference attended by cadets and staff from senior military colleges, federal service academies, junior military colleges and other selected institutions. Plan and execute the annual Senior Military College meeting when held at Virginia Tech. Oversee cadet participation in national leadership conferences. Serve on various university and division academic committees such as the academic advisory council. Coordinate and host guest speakers as part of the Cutchins Leadership Lecture series. Advise cadet academic officer and committees, and serve as liaison to university and college organizations such as Omicron Delta Kappa, the Cadet Honors Committee, and Golden Key. Supervise the process to secure venues large enough for the regiment to assemble such as Cutchins Leadership Lecture speakers. Help support efforts to develop and coordinate opportunities for cadets to engage in international travel and global engagement. Write articles for the Rice Center section of the Corps Review. Perform additional duties as directed by the Commandant of Cadets. The incumbent also reports to the Dean of the Pamplin College of Business with duties that include: Oversee the administration, award of, and periodic review of the Corps of Cadets Minor in Leadership Studies, including the verification of credits, leadership progression, and the requirement to successfully hold three, semester-long leadership positions. Maintain the requirements for the degree. Supervise the administration of 16 accredited courses that comprise the academic component of the leader development program. This includes one weekly evening lab for freshmen. Supervise the creation of new courses through the university's governance process, including revisions to course material. Oversee the Corps academic advisory program, working with cadets having academic issues and their academic advisors. Support cadets with special topics courses, independent studies and undergraduate research opportunities. Serve on college committees such as Pamplin Faculty Advisor committee, Pamplin Undergraduate Curriculum Committee, and Management Department Undergraduate Curriculum Committee.
Masters Degree and/or related experience. Prior military experience. Experience in creating and implementing programs. Experience in supervising staff and/or students. Demonstrated commitment to diversity and inclusion. Strong communications skills. Collaborative work style. Experience that would demonstrate the ability to work effectively with university constituents, academic departments, and student support programs.
Earned doctorate/terminal degree in a field related to education, such as Instructional Design or educational leadership. Prior teaching experience in higher education. Experience with communications technology and database management. Experience in developing course curricula, learning objectives, and supporting lesson plans. Knowledge of leadership and ethical theory and the ability to integrate theory with practical application. Experience counseling and mentoring students on academic matters. Military command experience. Experience with a senior military college, military service Professional Military Education (PME) school, or federal service academy.
$70,000 - $75,000
June 2, 2021
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