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Associate Vice Provost for Academic Planning

Teachers College, Columbia University
New York, United States
Salary Not specified
Posted Date
Dec 27, 2021

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Executive, Other Executive
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Full Time
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Associate Vice Provost for Academic Planning

Reporting to the Provost and serving with the members of the Provost's leadership team, the Associate Vice Provost for Academic Planning assists in the establishment and achievement of college-wide academic goals with the primary focus on curriculum alignment, new program development, non-credit programming, accreditation, and compliance.

The person in this role will foster a climate of academic innovation and create and manage a process for academic department review, monitoring academic success. They will also work closely with departments to coordinate the management of field placements, evaluate and coordinate academic space, and provide supervision of the offices of accreditation, continuing education, and compliance.

Duties and Responsibilities

The Associate Vice Provost for Academic Planning is responsible for the following duties and responsibilities:

Provide guidance to departments concerning curriculum development, assessment of programs, and compliance with NYSED and other overseeing agencies.

Collaborate with the Provost, Vice Provosts and Deans, Department Chairs, and Program Directors to assess, and adopt or discontinue courses or align curricula.

Evaluate academic outcomes, as related to improvement of student learning and continuous improvement of instruction, and offer support to departments, programs and instructors to provide resources and professional development.

Provide oversight to the office of accreditation to ensure that accreditation requirements, including compliance with accrediting standards are incorporated into academic affairs goals, and planning and evaluation processes at the College.

Work closely with staff in the office of accreditation to assist Department Chairs, Program Directors, and faculty with externally accredited programs to ensure compliance with accrediting standards and timely reporting.

Collaborate and provide support and resources for departments, programs, and instructors to encourage culturally competent pedagogy and an inclusive academic culture.

Oversee the reporting of new program development and/or revision of programs.

Collaborate with the Provost, Department Chairs, and other stakeholders across the college to manage the academic space; developing policies and processes for tracking and auditing, assigning and reassigning academic space.

Coordinate assessment and support for program field placement coordinators, including consultation on field placement strategies; tracking and coordinating field placements, including TC practicum and internship sites; setting policies related to field placements; and providing reports and data as needed.

Work with field placement coordinators to resolve any issues that arise for students or field placements.

Supervise staff in the offices of compliance, accreditation, and continuing professional studies.

Provide strategic leadership for non-credit education programs, which includes working closely with the office of continuing professional studies to track and evaluate programs.

Provide consultative support for new academic programs during their development.

Support the overall work of the Provost's Office through leadership of projects and duties assigned by the Provost in collaboration with other units or divisions of the College.

Required Qualifications – Experience, Education, Knowledge & Skills

Earned doctorate or equivalent degree from an accredited institution
Demonstrated excellence in teaching in higher education
Demonstrated effectiveness in administration and management that enhances diversity, equity, and inclusion
Ability to collaborate with faculty, teachers, administrators, and community
Possesses effective communication skills and the ability to liaise with department and program faculty, students, student placement personnel, and state and national accreditors.
Demonstrated commitment to collegiality and diverse work environment when interacting with others within TC.

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