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Assistant Vice President of Institutional Effectiveness

Employer
SUNY Delhi
Location
New York, United States
Salary
Salary Commensurate with experience
Posted date
Oct 29, 2021

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Position Type
Administrative, Academic Affairs, Other Academic Affairs, Executive, Other Executive
Employment Level
Executive
Employment Type
Full Time
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As a key member of the Academic Council, the Assistant Vice President of Institutional Effectiveness, in concert with the Provost, Deans, Directors, and Academic Program Directors, assists in the establishment and achievement of college-wide academic goals with a primary focus on the assessment of curriculum and online instruction. Further, the Assistant Vice President of Institutional Effectiveness designs, implements, and monitors an array of academic initiatives, programs, and priorities to ensure accreditation requirements are achieved.

Specific duties and  responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Provide guidance to departments concerning curriculum development, assessment of curricula and programs, and compliance with the requirements of SUNY, Middle States, NYSED, and other overseeing agencies.
  • Collaborate with Provost, Deans, and Program Directors, to investigate, assess, and adopt or discontinue courses, programs, and pedagogical approaches based on data, national trends, and local needs.
  • Guide the development and implementation of various academic policies where institutional assessment is concerned; communicates across schools and departments about the impact of curricular and policy changes on College procedures, operations, and resources, facilitating resolutions when necessary.
  • Act as the College's liaison to the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE) and ensures that accreditation requirements, including compliance with accrediting standards are incorporated among other institutional goals and objectives and into the planning and evaluation process of the College.
  • Assist, as necessary, the Deans, Program Directors, and faculty of externally accredited programs to ensure compliance with accrediting standards and timely reporting of all information to relevant agencies.
  • Coordinate the assessment of student learning outcomes of all academic programs within the institution.
  • Coordinate the documentation and reporting of academic outcome assessment, as related to improvement of student learning and continuous improvement of instruction.
  • Coordinate and provides professional development related to assessment.
  • Evaluate, develop, and coordinate implementation of tools to analyze and document outcomes for academic programs and schools.
  • Provide college-wide leadership to committees and groups responsible for the accomplishment and measurement of assessment initiatives.
  • Work as a faculty resource for the course assessment process.  Collaborate with faculty to develop timelines, collect data, and communicate with administration and faculty regarding course and program outcomes, etc. Work with faculty to ensure a structured way to share assessment best practices.
  • Develop and evaluate the College's annual Assessment Plan.
  • Work with the Provost, Deans, and Program Directors on strategic planning, operational planning, and institutional assessment within Academic Affairs.
  • Work with confidential data and make data driven decisions necessary to meet accreditation goals, including experience with integrated student information systems and using data for analysis and assessment.
  • Provide oversight for distance education and online instructional programming with specific focus on developing, maintaining, and assessing best practices for teaching and learning in the online environment.
  • Oversight of National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement (NC-SARA) to ensure the College and curricular programming meets interregional guidelines for distance education offerings.
  • Oversight of partnerships with community members, high schools, etc. where outreach (workforce development, non-credit offerings, dual enrollment, and early college) is concerned.
  • Gain and maintain NACEP accreditation for College in the High School Program.
  • Maintain open communication with high schools, community colleges, and other community partners.
  • Provide oversight of Institutional Research and lead efforts in collecting, interpreting, analyzing, and presentation of data that supports assessment of student learning.
  • Provide oversight for Applied Learning to ensure the curricular goals and student learning outcomes, as related to applied learning, are met.
  • Model outstanding relationship-building skills.
  • Supervise the following units: IRB, Institutional Research, Callas Center for Educational Technology & Instruction, and the Center for Excellence & Innovation.
  • Maintain a participatory leadership style in a dynamic and rapidly changing environment. 
  • Demonstrate innovation, creativity, and flexibility in problem solving.
  • Represent the Provost in committee meetings and related internal and external obligations, as necessary.
  • Support the overall work of the Office of the Provost through leadership of projects and duties assigned by the Provost in collaboration with other units or divisions of the College.
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