Established in 1957 on Blackfoot territory, Lethbridge College
is a board-governed public college operating as a Comprehensive
Community Institution under the authority of the Post-secondary
Learning Act of Alberta. Lethbridge College is an educational
mainstay with 4,000 full-time students and over 15,000 credit and
non-credit learners in continuing education and professional
development programs, supported by 1,000 dedicated employees.
Working in a collegial and collaborative culture, members of the
Lethbridge College community have a deep commitment to student
success by delivering excellent academic and non-academic services
and supports across the institution. The College is committed to
creating an inclusive environment for Indigenous and international
students through programs and services designed to enrich the
educational experience of the entire student body.
Reporting to the Provost and Vice President, Academic, the Dean,
Justice and Human Services champions academic innovation, teaching
and learning and applied research within their Centres while
ensuring high quality learning experiences and operational
effectiveness. The Dean is a member of the College Leadership
Council (CLC) and provides strong administrative direction and
leadership responsible for the overall growth and operational
leadership of the institution. The Dean will contribute to the
strategic leadership of the college through active participation in
the development and implementation of the College’s four Strategies
and the development and implementation of the Education Plan. The
Dean must facilitate appropriate courses of action to ensure that
that present needs of the college and community are met and
generate strategies for meeting the future needs.
The Dean is responsible for the Centre’s operating budgets
related to academic program offerings. They will provide leadership
for program and curriculum development, applied research and
business development, and actively liaise with external and
internal parties to expand learning opportunities. They have a
proven experience in management and administration of human and
financial resources, facilities and information technology.
Required qualifications and expertise include a Doctoral degree
in a related discipline and a strong commitment to the field of
education. In addition, the candidate will have a strong
understanding of and appreciation for the diversity of programming
within the Centre. As an exceptional leader with an open,
transparent and collaborative leadership style, the successful
candidate will be a visionary, able to lead the Centre for Justice
& Human Services in all its activities.
To explore this opportunity further, please contact Boyden’s
Calgary office at 403-410-6700 or please submit your resume via the
blue "Apply" button by visiting the Boyden Canada Opportunities
website at https://www.boyden.ca/canada/opportunities/.
Lethbridge College is an equal opportunity employer,
committed to the principle of equity in employment. All qualified
candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and
permanent residents will be given priority consideration.
We thank all applicants for their interest, however only
those under consideration for the role will be contacted.