Open executive Job in Academic & University Dean, Business, Mathematics, and Technologies
Hiring Range: Based on experience
Position Number: FA005
Job Type Detail: Salaried Faculty- S-2
Piedmont Virginia Community College invites applications for the position of
Dean of Business, Mathematics, and Technologies. The academic dean serves as a visionary leader for the teaching and learning process in all
disciplines and curricular programs in the Division and will shape the division’s growth, future, and success. This position reports to the
Vice President for Instruction and Student Services and is a member of the Instruction and Student Services Council.
candidate will develop, organize, plan, implement, supervise and evaluate the course offerings and curricular programs within the Division.
The Division of Business, Mathematics and Technologies includes 15 academic disciplines and 21 degree and certificate programs.
position will lead the process of recruitment, appointment, assignment, orientation, and evaluation of both full and part-time teaching
faculty and support personnel.
The academic dean will collaborate with teaching faculty and others in the college community to
strengthen the quality of teaching and the learning environment, and will develop innovative partnerships with business/industry, government
agencies, high schools, universities, and other entities. The academic dean will also serve on internal and external councils, committees,
and task forces.
The academic dean will seek and provide managerial oversight of private, state, and federal grants, and will prepare
and manage Division and grant budgets.
The academic dean will plan, direct, and participate in program reviews and student learning
outcomes assessment activities.
degree from an accredited institution preferably in a discipline represented in the Division
- Commitment to the community college
mission and philosophy
- Knowledge of state and national issues pertaining to higher education
- Administrative experience with
demonstrated leadership and management skills
- Excellent oral and written communication skills
- Demonstrated ability to
develop courses and curricula in response to identified needs
- Proven ability to work as a team player and to build a highly
effective working team
- Demonstrated skill in managing budgets, equipment, and other institutional resources
- Familiarity with
accreditation standards as well as any applicable specialized accreditation, certification, and licensing
- Doctorate from an
accredited institution in higher education administration or related field, or in a discipline represented in the Division
college teaching experience in an area represented in the division and/or related work experience
- Knowledge of community college
curricula, instructional practices and learning outcomes in disciplines within the Division
- Leadership of faculty and staff in a
higher education setting
- Experience in managing grants and preparing required reports
- Experience with developing career and
technical education program and services
- Commitment to the success of remedial, vocational, and transfer students
with developing and maintaining partnerships with local business and community groups
- Three years of progressive experience in
community college teaching, administration, and/or program or curriculum development
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