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Beginning with Children
Beginning with Children (BwC) is a Brooklyn based school management organization founded by school reform leaders Joe and Carol Reich over 20 years ago on a deep belief in the power of education. BwC supports two New York City Public Charter Schools and an alumni and college success program that provides education and academic supports for students from Pre-K to college. Our schools, Beginning with Children Charter School 2 and Community Partnership Charter School are located in Bedford Stuyvesant, Clinton Hill and Williamsburg where approximately 80% of our families qualify for free/reduced lunch. Our hard-working families, face high rates of low-wage employment, and find it increasingly difficult to break the cycle of poverty and continuing injustice which plague these neighborhoods. At BwC we know that academic success and college completion have proven to be the most effective way to promote social and economic mobility. We are committed to creating strong centers of learning that transform the lives of students and families and revitalize communities.
Beginning with Children continues to successfully move K-8 graduates through high school graduation and college enrollment. The success of BwC Scholars is the product of caring, committed and talented educators who work collaboratively with families to meet the needs of our students. As we continue to develop our Professional Learning Community we invite talented and innovative educators to join us in our mission to provide quality instruction to every child in every classroom.
Beginning with Children schools empower scholars to meet high academic standards throughout their education and embrace a set of core values that are essential to success in life. Our graduates will be independent thinkers who are committed to succeeding in college preparatory programs and becoming active and engaged citizens in their communities.
BwCCS 2 is a nurturing community that fosters a love of learning and the development of character for students in grades K-8. Our students achieve academic excellence and are prepared to succeed in top performing high schools and colleges. BwCCS 2 students develop and use G.R.I.T. (Good Judgment, Resilience, Integrity, and Teamwork) for personal and community improvement.
Community Partnership Charter School, serving grades K-8, is a supportive community that nurtures the talent of the future leaders of tomorrow. Our rigorous academic program teaches students to creatively solve complex problems and explore and develop their own special talents through learning opportunities in and outside of the classroom. Our graduates are well-rounded, engaged students who recognize the importance of perseverance, collaboration and team work.
BwC is seeking an innovative instructional leader/coach with a proven track record of student success to serve as Dean of Academics. The primary goal of the Dean of Academics is to ensure the academic success of all students and remove any school based obstacles to student achievement.
- Work closely with the Principal to establish a positive, structured, achievement-oriented and creative school culture.
- Demonstrate a relentless drive to improve the minds and lives of the students in and out of school.
- Act as a resource to teachers in their instructional practice.
- Align the core curriculum with Common Core State Standards.
- Document and communicate scope and sequence for each grade level.
- Ability to communicate effectively with diverse constituencies, including students, parents, trustees, BwC representatives, community members, and donors.
- Experience teaching/leading in testing grades.
- SBL License or currently enrolled in school leadership training program
- New York State Certification.
- Bilingual (Spanish) a plus.
We offer a competitive compensation package, including a salary significantly above the district scale and comprehensive health benefits. All our teachers are equipped with a laptop computer, email, high-speed internet access, and all necessary instructional supplies and extensive professional development.Post a Job
The Academic Dean, as campus academic affairs leader and member of the campus management team, is accountable for ensuring quality and integrity across all campus academic functions. The Academic Dean is responsible for recruitment, selection, training and supervision of program directors and instructors. The Dean promotes academic achievement and student satisfaction consistent with established education objectives, quality standards and fiscal responsibility.
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Administrative Assistant, Academic Dean Se1070
Valencia College is now hiring a Administrative Assistant, Academic Dean SE1070.
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Orlando, FL 32811 - West Campus
Department: Sciences Office
Salary: $28,344 per year
Closing Date: Wednesday, August 16, 2017 at 7:00pm EST
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Dean Academic Affairs Sentara College Of Health Sciences
Serves as Chief Academic Officer (CAO) of Sentara College of Health Sciences and is responsible for developing the leadership team in all aspects of academic affairs. He/she provides overall administrative leadership for academic matters; new program development and approval; program quality; educational methods; regional and specialty accreditation; assessment and evaluation of students, faculty, and programs; faculty development; and policy development and implementation. Department Chairs for Nursing and Allied Health report to the Dean as well as the College Librarian, Coordinator for Distance Education and the Education and Professional Development Coordinator responsible for the Center for Teaching and Learning. Education Level
Doctorate Level Degree
Required: Curriculum Development- 5 years, Education Administration- 5 years
None, unless noted in the ¢??Other ¢?? section below
Required: Active Learning, Active Listening, Communication, Critical Thinking, Instructing, Learning Strategies, Speaking, Writing
Preferred: None, unless noted in the ¢??Other ¢?? section belowOther
Doctorate degree required in education, nursing or other healthcare related field. 5 years experience in curriculum development, innovative teaching methods, instructional design for various settings, and assessment. At least 5 years experience in educational administration experience at or above the level of program director, department chair, preferably in the health professions. Post a Job
Dean Of Academics
The Academic Dean is responsible for building and developing the faculty as well as for the delivery of curriculum. The Academic Dean works with faculty to ensure student learning and academic progress; supports quality of student service; promotes an environment committed to regulatory compliances and consistent improvement of academic processes on the
A majority of your time will be spent in three general areas:
Retention: Your primary role at the Campus level will surround student retention. We are seeking someone to dive deep into the analytics; see the big picture; and learn why students are leaving and find actions to increase retention as components of the Campus Effectiveness Plan.
Implementation: We are seeking an individual that has the acumen that can strategically implement strategy from the organizational and Campus President level. As a true team-player, you will have the opportunity to create a dynamic culture that staff and students want to be a part of, driving their ideas and create buy-in to complete initiatives outlined in the Strategic Plan. You will be a fundamental part of this vision and need to have proven success in the strategy implementation.
Administration: While the Academic Dean needs to be proficient at implementation, they need to be able to balance their administrative duties along side their Academic role. You will need to prove your ability to stay task oriented, yet at the same time manage multiple tasks simultaneously. The ideal candidate is someone who possess vision and has the leadership to drive strategy while at the same time managing the administrative work required of this role.
WHO we are looking for…
As someone who will be responsible for shaping the academic culture at the campus, it is important that we find the right fit for this role. Just as important as your experience and background, we are looking for someone who has the following personal characteristics.
- Has leadership, managerial, and supervisory skill, and understands the difference and when it is appropriate to use each
- Excellent organizational skills
- Be an active listener, but also understand when it is appropriate to be assertive
- Ability to explain complex concepts in simple, easy to interpret ways
- Must have the ability to apply strategy to regular tasks and routines
- Ability to effectively coach and mentor staff and students
- Have an understanding of how to use data to drive decisions
- Ability to build relationships with community-based employers to help align student outcomes with employers’ needs
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
- Excellent oral and written communication skills.
- A service first mentality.
- Knowledge of pedagogical methods
- Knowledge of LMS
- Team building skills & Leadership acumen.
Education and Experience:
- BA degree in education field preferred, MA preferred.
- 3-5 years of managerial experience.
Professor And Associate Dean For Academic And Faculty Affairs
Professor and Associate Dean for Academic and Faculty Affairs The Dornsife School of Public Health Drexel University seeks a dynamic and innovative leader to serve as Associate Dean for Academic and Faculty Affairs. The Associate Dean will oversee a comprehensive portfolio of educational programs at the graduate and undergraduate levels, ensuring their excellence and adherence to accreditation standards.
He/she will also promote and support excellence and innovation in teaching across the School. Reporting directly to the Dean, he/she will be a key member of the leadership team playing an active role in defining and tracking progress of the strategic direction of the School. Minimum qualifications include a PhD in public health or relevant field and a minimum of 5 years of experience in administering educational programs within a school of public health or related field.
Must have the experience and professional accomplishments required to be appointed as full professor in the tenure or teaching track. Preferred qualifications include experience in designing and implementing new academic programs, evidence of innovation and creativity in education, knowledge of strategies for assessment of educational outcomes and program success, and demonstrated leadership skills in a collaborative environment. Drexel University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
The Dornsife School of Public Health is especially interested in qualified candidates who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of our academic community. Interested candidates should send a CV and cover letter to Dean, Dr. Ana V.
Diez Roux at db33drexel.edu. Application review will commence October 1. Applications will be received until a successful candidate is accepted.
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Assistant Dean For Academic Diversity, Gsas, Columbia University
The Assistant Dean for Academic Diversity works to develop andimplement policies, initiatives, and activities to enhance thediversity and inclusion efforts of the Graduate School of Arts and
Sciences. Columbia's understanding of academic diversityencompasses a wide representation of socioeconomic backgrounds,cultures, races, religions, ethnicities, genders, sexualorientations, disabilities, nationalities, and militaryexperiences. The successful finalist for this position will partnerwith multiple constituencies within the School, the University, andbeyond to promote the institution as a community for whichdiversity is an intellectual category and an academic commitment,that fosters an environment of inclusion, and facilitates access ofunderrepresented individuals to graduate education. He or she willuphold the superlative standards of admission to graduate study atColumbia, and will work to recruit first-rate students prepared forthe highest levels of academic performance; will also assistdepartments and programs with issues related to advising, academicachievement, degree completion, pedagogical initiatives, academicopportunities, and professional and career advancement. The Chronicle of Higher Education. Category: Education, Keywords: Dean
Associated topics: assistant dean, curator, department chair, executive, executive manager, executive vice president, leadership, manage, supervise, vice president
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Assistant Dean For Academic Assessment
The primary purpose of this position is to coordinate, monitor and analyze accreditation activities and assessment processes in CHSP. Offer leadership and support for the faculty-driven process of student learning assessment and ongoing programmatic improvement. Provide College faculty and staff with ongoing mentorship and training regarding methods of assessment, frequency of assessment, sampling procedures, data collection, reporting/storing results and dissemination/use of results.
Support assessment as it relates to strategic planning and provide leadership in building a culture of assessment and planning;
Provide support for faculty and staff to ensure that the college and its programs are in compliance with guidelines as established by regional (HLC) and discipline-specific accreditation;
Implement best practices in assessment of student learning in higher education as it relates to design and analysis;
Provide college faculty and staff with support for ongoing assessment activities that will inform program improvement;
Work with faculty to systematize assessment and related reporting to fulfill internal and external expectations.
Promote internal and external communication of assessment results;
Act as liaison to other university offices when data or information is needed (e.g., Institutional Research)
Work with college leadership in defining key performance indicators (executive dashboard);
Develop and maintain a centralized college website and annual reporting of educational assessment for internal and external audiences;
Compile, analyze, and disseminate quantitative data on facets of the college and related educational issues, including institutional characteristics, enrollments, student retention, student transfer activities, enrollment projections, grades, and other student performance indicators and fiscal affairs.
Working with college TLA committee, plan workshops and other developmental activities for faculty, chairs, and program coordinators on best practices in collecting and using assessment data for academic improvement.
Masters degree in a healthcare discipline, Education, Business, Communications, or related field.
Minimum 3 years’ relevant work experience.
Experience working in Higher Education.
Experience working with data.
Planning Unit: College of Health Sciences & Professions
Department: Health Sciences Professions, Dean's Office
Applicants may contact this person if they have questions about this position: Sally Marinellie,
Employment Type: Full-Time Regular
Commensurate with experience and education. Employees also enjoy a generous benefits package which includes health benefits and education benefits for employees and eligible dependents.
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Academic Success Coordinator
Warner Pacific College’s Mission: Warner Pacific is a Christ-centered, urban, liberal arts College dedicated to providing students from diverse backgrounds with an education that prepares them to engage actively in a constantly changing world. Our hiring practices reflect our missional commitment to being a Christ-centered institution.
Warner Pacific College’s Commitment to Diversity: Warner Pacific College is committed to hiring staff and faculty with an intentionality that demonstrates the importance of having an employee community that reflects the racial and ethnic diversity of the students we serve. Persons of color are strongly encouraged to apply.
The Academic Success Coordinator is a full time benefits eligible position reporting to the Director of Academic Support. The Academic Success Coordinator works with the Academic Success Center to provide a variety of academic support services for students in the Traditional and Adult Degree Program. Rooted in the mission and core themes of the college, the Academic Success Center at Warner Pacific College provides students with tutoring, mentoring and coaching to help them develop the skills necessary to maximize their current and future academic potential.
The position functions in three major areas providing professional expertise, strengthening campus relations, and managing administrative responsibilities.
- Provide expert writing tutoring, including resume and cover letter reviews. Serve as a writing coach for students in the Traditional and Adult Degree Program (ADP).
- Oversee, strengthen, and expand online writing helpdesk and e-tutoring.
- Provide tutor training and monitoring of student tutors for excellence in service.
- Be proficient in the relevant academic research: Understand the concept of information literacy and know how to utilize an academic library's resources to locate appropriate sources.
- Keep current with “Best Practices” in college writing and use innovation to increase effectiveness of current programs and develop new programs.
- Provide academic mentoring for academically at-risk students.
- Work with staff and WPC Web content and Marketing Specialist to promote the center in a variety of venues (e.g. websites, posters, chapel announcements, social media, internal communications, etc.).
- Be available to promote the center with the director during summer pre-registrations
- Assist in oversight of the Academic Success Center, especially night supervision of student tutoring staff.
- Keep records of student visits, tutor evaluations, tutor monthly reports, etc.
- Create tutor schedules and post online and around campus – typically updated at the beginning of summer, before finals week, and at the start of semesters. Ensure proper staffing levels for all shifts.
- Write a monthly summary of department activity.
- Assess and advocate for changes and resources as necessary.
- Exhibits commitment to inclusiveness and sensitivity in areas of national origin, ethnicity, culture, gender, and disabilities.
- Be present in the office on a daily basis unless arrangements are made with the employee’s direct supervisor.
- Contribute to the support and implementation of the College Strategic Plan.
- Participate in Warner Pacific College Professional Development opportunities.
- Demonstrate commitment to a Christian liberal arts education by upholding to the mission of the College and abiding by the Employment Standards and Lifestyle Agreement.
- Adhere to College policies and procedures.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
- Bachelor degree required or equivalent experience.
- Demonstrated strength in academic writing.
- Ability to lead tutors.
- Demonstrated interest in collaborating with college staff and faculty to provide the best writing and research tools to students.
- Outstanding interpersonal communication and instructional skills.
- Effective oral and written communication, public presentations, and customer service.
- Proficient in computer programs including Windows, Outlook, Word, and Excel.
- Demonstrated ability to work with a diverse student population.
- Demonstrated ability to efficiently and effectively solve problems.
- Demonstrated ability to initiate and implement projects independently.
- Ability to multitask with accuracy in order to adapt and work effectively in a fast-paced environment with deadlines.
- Organizational skills to manage the filing, scheduling, and time-sensitive demands of the center.
- Master’s Degree
- Experience working in a College writing center.
- Experience with both Traditional and Adult Degree Program students.
- Extensive academic writing background.
- Experience tutoring a variety of courses.
- Experience mentoring college students from a variety of cultural, academic, and skill backgrounds.
- Experience working with ESL.
The position is located in a typical office environment. Professional/business casual attire is required.
Employment and Lifestyle Standards:
Warner Pacific is a Christ-centered urban liberal arts college dedicated to providing students from diverse backgrounds an education that prepares them to engage actively in a constantly changing world. The College was founded in 1937 by the Church of God (Anderson, Indiana) and maintains a covenant relationship with that body. Central to Warner Pacific’s identity as a Christ-centered higher education institution is the policy of hiring persons whose personal and professional lives reflect:
1. A belief in the deity of and commitment to Jesus Christ and the Christian faith, as interpreted through the historic witness of Scripture and the continuing ministry of the Holy Spirit.
2. The practice of following Christ through day-to-day personal lifestyle choices.
3. A vitality of Christian experience maturing in insight and application and appreciative of differing viewpoints.
4. A commitment to life-long learning and service through personal and professional development.
5. For teaching faculty, the expression of artful teaching, based on mastery of relevant subject matter and in an environment of purposeful and rigorous inquiry amongst a community of scholars who support one another.
6. A capability, by temperament, preparation, and will, to support students as they confront the intellectual, social, physical, emotional, and spiritual challenges of their lives.
7. A sensitivity to and support for the mission, core themes, vision, values, ethos and traditions of the Warner Pacific College community.
8. A commitment to teaching and serving in harmony with the doctrines of the Bible as understood and generally held by the Church of God Reformation Movement.
Mission-based hiring is of critical importance to Warner Pacific College. From its inception, the Church of God has resisted condensing the Scriptures into a formal creed, instead emphasizing salvation as the entrance into the body of Christ; unity in diversity; and a call to holy living as God’s people representing Christ in the world. Warner Pacific, rather than requiring subscription to an institutional doctrinal statement, asks each employee to affirm a personal faith in Jesus Christ by providing a statement articulating the ways in which faith informs the employee’s understanding of his or her vocation at Warner Pacific. Employees are expected to demonstrate and articulate a vital Christian faith and to live in a manner consistent with a Christ-centered lifestyle as informed by the Scriptures of the New Testament.
Further, to ensure orderly operations and provide the best possible work environment, all Warner Pacific College employees are expected to maintain the highest levels of ethics, professionalism, integrity, and judgment. Employees must obey all laws governing the workplace and the business of the College, as well as treat others (students, suppliers, and co-workers) with honesty, respect, and personal dignity in all interactions. Conduct that is malicious, abusive, threatening, dishonest or unlawful is not acceptable. Employees who feel they are being subjected to conduct of this kind should bring the concern to Human Resources. The College environment is expected to be free from discrimination and harassment (including bullying). When an individual’s behavior has direct implications for others and/or the well-being of the College community, there may be cause for institutional involvement, regardless of where the situation occurs.
Warner Pacific College desires to provide a safe and healthy environment for staff, faculty, students, visitors and guests. Therefore, smoking is not permitted on College property, in its vehicles, or at any College sponsored event. The use of illegal drugs or non-prescribed controlled substances is strictly prohibited. Use of alcoholic beverages, tobacco products, electronic cigarettes or marijuana is strictly prohibited on Warner Pacific College campuses.
Equal Opportunity Employer:
Warner Pacific provides equal opportunity for employment and advancement for all employees and applicants regardless of race, color, sex, gender, national origin, citizenship status, disability, age, genetic information, status with regard to public assistance, veteran status and any other status protected by laws and regulations to which Warner Pacific is subject. All employment decisions, including hiring, promotions, compensation, benefits, transfers, and terminations are made in a manner that does not discriminate against individuals in the categories discussed above. Because Warner Pacific is a Christian liberal arts college, the college exercises its legal right to hire Christian employees to fulfill its mission and purpose.
Commitment to Diversity:
Warner Pacific College is committed to building a culturally diverse faculty and a multicultural learning environment. Inquiries are encouraged from candidates who will enrich and contribute to the cultural and ethnic diversity of our college. Warner Pacific College is an Equal Opportunity Employer that seeks a diverse workforce of committed Christians from all racial, ethnic, and socio-economic backgrounds.
Warner Pacific College offers a full range of traditional benefits for qualifying employees, including medical/dental insurance, disability, life insurance, paid vacation and sick time, mission leave, tuition remission, and retirement savings.
In order to be considered an applicant for this position, please complete our online employment application at www.warnerpacific.edu/jobs. Click “Apply Now” to complete the online application, and submit the following:
- Cover letter with names/contact information for three professional references
- Responses to essay questions, if applicable.
Assistant Dean For Community Engagement And Impact
The Assistant Dean for Community Engagement and Impact within the College of Health and Human Services (CHHS) at the University of North Carolina Wilmington (UNCW) serves as a member of a collaborative college leadership team and provides leadership, management, and advocacy for (1) community partnerships, (2) professional education, and, (3) the two emerging centers within the CHHS. The CHHS is dedicated to enhancing the health and quality of life across the lifespan for individuals, families and communities within southeastern North Carolina and beyond through innovation and excellence in workforce development, scholarship, research, professional service and community engagement.
The Assistant Dean for Community Engagement and Impact is charged with translating this mission into mutually beneficial partnerships with local, state and federal agencies; international partners; not-for-profit organizations; businesses; and, other community stakeholders where appropriate. Moreover, the Assistant Dean leverages the expertise of our three professional schools - the School of Nursing, the School of Social Work, and the School of Health and Applied Human Sciences - to develop and champion a robust professional continuing education program that serves to further develop the workforce within southeastern North Carolina and beyond. Next, by leveraging the expertise of the center coordinators, the Assistant Dean provides leadership for the two emerging centers within the CHHS: the Center for Healthy Communities and the Center for Clinical Research Workforce Development.
The Assistant Dean must be dedicated to working with faculty, staff and administrators to ensure that the community engagement and impact efforts are appropriately positioned and represented in the ongoing dialogue of our learning organization - the CHHS. Reporting to the Dean of the College of Health and Human Services, the Assistant Dean for Community Engagement and Impact, in collaboration with other members of the CHHS Leadership Team, provides strategic direction and leadership for community engagement and impact services, programs, and initiatives through the development, enhancement, and guidance of its various functions and staff members. The Assistant Dean embraces the mission of the College and University and works collaboratively with faculty, staff, and administrators to continue the development of the community engagement and impact model and programs to align with the strategic direction of the College.
Collaboration across the College and University is paramount to the ability of this individual to ensure the consistent delivery of high-quality service and programs that meet the needs of our evolving College. As a member of the CHHS Leadership Team, this position has the authority, responsibility and expectation to formulate, affect, interpret, and/or implement management policies or operating practices that ensure the long term success and sustainability of the College.
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