Director Educational Program Job Description Sample
Associate Director Of Educational Opportunity Fund Program (Eof)
Under the supervision of the Executive Director of EOF and Academic Development, the Associate Director supports the Director in the overall day-to-day administration of the EOF Program and in implementing an intentional enrollment management framework that moves scholars from prospects to active alumni. Responsibilities include assisting in the development of strategic goals, program planning, budgeting, policy formation, outcomes assessment, and annual reporting/compliance with the State/University. The Associate Director will supervise staff including the EOF counselors and Assistant Director. The Associate Director will also supervise support staff (Program Assistants, Part-time Employees, Graduate Assistants, Interns, Scholar Workers), and co-coordinate the annual Residential Summer Academy, Non-EOF retention programs and scholar development initiatives.
Assists in the development of strategic goals for EOF including the annual review of EOF staffing, Summer Academy, year-round programming, advising structure and caseload distribution, and all forms/processes. Monitors the workflow of the program and recommends policy changes. Acts as liaison to University academic and administrative offices in support of EOF initiatives, programs and services.
Assists in the completion of assessment/evaluation reports requested by the University and the State.
Assists in the implementation of EOF budgets
Assists in annual reporting and compilation of student rosters and contracts in compliance with state regulations.
Administers and supervises the planning and coordination of the EOF counseling program.
Trains, supervises and evaluates EOF counseling staff according to state regulations and University standards including, but not limited to, the following areas: caseload management, advisee outreach, four-year curricular/co-curricular planning, professional development, documentation and reporting of advisement experience and utilization of available technology/resources in the delivery of advising/counseling services.
Trains, supervises and evaluates the EOF Program Assistant including, but not limited to, the following areas: creates effective partnerships with internal/external constituents, scheduling, purchasing, payroll, mailings, office management, web based applications, catering, room booking, event planning and other clerical duties as assigned.
Trains, supervises and evaluates EOF part-time hires, graduate assistants, interns, and student workers.
Coordinates the Financial Aid outreach for scholars including, but not limited to: completion of FAFSA, HESAA documentation, NJFAMS log in, verification and other requirements related to scholarships, loans, payment plans, grants, and successful progress towards graduation guidelines.
Co-coordinates the EOF Summer Academy including, but not limited to: supervises and coordinates the recruitment process as it pertains to the testing and orientation of summer program scholars, oversight of the summer program academic course scheduling process. Coordinates the review of the academic progress of program participants, oversees the development and publication of scholar/faculty handbooks. Serves as program liaison and coordinates planning meetings with Academic Departments, Dining Services, Summer Sessions, Student Activities, Academic Success Center and other campus/SDCL partners. Co-coordinates, develops and monitors the hiring of scholar summer staff. Monitors all summer tutorial/academic support services, financial aid services, and residence life. Constructs and monitors summer budget and budget expenditures. Supervises all program staff. Oversees coordination of the registration process for academic year follow-up courses.
Monitors the academic progress of scholars through the use of progress reports, alert systems and other technologies/systems. Ensure scholars in academic jeopardy are advised and provided the proper referrals and mandatory support.
Assists in developing goals/strategic plans of the EOF Advisory Board and serves as co-chair.
Serves as program liaison for learning communities.
Oversees staffs’ external and internal partnerships.
Oversight of the Academic Launch enrollment program for males from prospect to active alumni status.
Co-coordinates the EOF Graduate Program including, but not limited to: monitoring completion of program objectives, monitoring financial aid process for program participants and designing assessment/evaluations/reports.
Participates in campus-wide committees (e.g. search committees) as appointed by the Executive Director in support of the strategic plan of Student Development and Campus Life and advocacy for EOF scholar programs.
Plans, implements, and evaluates scholar success programs and outreach initiatives for all EOF scholars and at-risk groups (e.g. scholars in academic difficulty, non-registered continuing scholars, undeclared)
Oversees scholars’ success initiatives in the area of community service, leadership, financial literacy, career development, mentorship, cultural awareness, social justice and program advocacy.
Conducts assessment and/or utilizes data compiled from standardized assessment tools and in-house data collection to ensure that current programs and services are achieving established goals related to scholar learning, retention, and satisfaction.
Co-coordinate the EOF Alumni network and Community Board to include involvement in scholar success programs and other pertinent initiatives.
Participates in internal and external managerial development trainings (e.g. budget, technology).
Participates in conferences and professional associations regarding learning, retention, and satisfaction of scholars from disadvantaged backgrounds (pending the availability of funds). KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Wide knowledge of best practices and theory regarding success strategies for students who originate from low-income areas.
Wide knowledge of the principles of budget planning, development and administration.
Ability to develop meaningful relationships with state agencies and other external partners that have a working relationship with the program.
Ability to assist in the management of a college program or unit, including setting benchmarks/goals, planning and implementing work programs and developing policies and procedures as it pertains to the University Strategic Plans.
Ability to evaluate program performance and develop alternative methods to improve performance and meet established objectives.
Ability to develop program ideas or concepts and prepare proposals or funding.
Ability to develop, administer and monitor a program budget.
Ability to develop and recommend program policies.
Ability to prepare and/or direct the preparation of clear reports and studies that include findings and recommendations.
Ability to represent the college at conferences, seminars or meetings.
Ability to supervisor and/or maintain essential records and files.
Performs other duties as assigned. The above statements reflect the general details considered necessary to describe the principal functions of the job as identified, and shall not be considered as a detailed description of all work requirements that may be inherent in the position. Master’s degree required. Three (3) years of full-time professional experience working in higher education with experience in the design, implementation and evaluation of retention services/programs required. Professional supervisory experience preferred. Experience in first-generation scholar persistence initiatives, Enrollment Management, Academic Advising, Academic Support and Financial Aid preferred. Demonstrated ability to work with a team of diverse faculty, staff, and scholars is essential. ID: 2017-1724 External Company Name: Montclair State University External Company URL: www.montclair.edu
Program Director - Holiday Lake 4-H Educational Center
The Program Director's primary responsibility is to oversee 4-H Center programming - to plan, conduct, supervise and evaluate educational programs for youth and adults. All youth programs will be conducted in accordance with the Virginia 4-H Program guidelines, the Virginia Department of Education's Standards of Learning guidelines, and the American Camping Associations standards for camps and conference centers. The Program Director is responsible for taking the initiative to promote the use of the 4-H Center in cooperation with Cooperative Extension for programs to serve, in this priority: (1) 4-H youth, (2) other youth, and (3) adults (e.g., individuals, organizations, professional groups, Road Scholar, businesses, churches, schools, and other groups which can benefit from programs offered by and through the 4-H Center).
Director Of R.W. Kern Educational Program And Outreach
Position Detail Director of R.W. Kern Educational Program and Outreach Search:#621 Date Posted: 11/29/2017 Type/Department:Administrator in Physical Plant Search Status:Searching for Candidates - Accepting Applications Apply Now:Would you like to apply for this position?
Hampshire College, an independent, innovative liberal arts institution and member of the Five College consortium, is accepting applications for a director of R.W. Kern educational program and outreach. This is a three-year, grant-funded position with possibility of continuation dependent on future funding.
The director of R.W. Kern educational program and outreach will report to the director of facilities, and will work closely with campus stakeholders, including staff, faculty and students, to support the creation and implementation of educational programs and outreach efforts that highlight the innovative sustainability features of the R.W. Kern Center.
A key element of these efforts is to communicate and demonstrate sustainable operations, architectural designs, and construction practices to four audiences: the building community, our campus community, insitutitions of higher education, and the world. The Kern director will also provide support for various on-campus sustainability initiatives, including the Environmental Committee. The Kern director will work to foster and build relationships across Hampshire College and with other higher education and sustainability institutions and organizations.
The Kern director will document the planning process, goals, and accomplishments of the R.W. Kern Center and will communicate these to the target audiences through a variety of avenues, including social media and other virtual platforms, campus events, sustainable building gatherings, and higher education sustainability contexts. This position holds supervisory responsibilities.
A master’s degree or equivalent related experience and three years of experience in building sustainability and program development is required. Successful candidate will possess excellent writing and oral communication skills, as well as proficiency with appropriate project management software and social media. The director will have extensive decision-making skills, ability to work with teams to establish and achieve short- and long-term goals, and skill to integrate qualitative and quantitative data.
Ideal candidate must be able to work independently and prioritize work across multiple time scales. The director will identify areas for improvement and implement change and/or suggest possible solutions to the director of facilities and other college administration. Qualified candidate must have a strong understanding of sustainability and building management systems which is regularly updated through professional development.
An ability to work with individuals from diverse backgrounds is essential. This three year, full time benefited position holds a grade 6 in the Hampshire College staff salary grading schedule. We offer a competitive salary and an excellent benefit package. Please submit your cover letter, resume and names/phone numbers of three professional references via our website at https://jobs.hampshire.edu/ www.hampshire.edu Hampshire College is an equal opportunity institution, committed to diversity and inclusion in education and employment.
Educational Advisor (Special Program Coordinator), Trio Talent Search (Ts) Program
Educational Advisor (Special Program Coordinator), TRIO Talent Search (TS) Program MCCC Unit Professional position, Grade 4 Grant funded, benefited, 44 weeks/year [Aug - June], 37.5 hours per week. Schedule: M-F, 7:30-3:30pm; with the ability to work occasional early mornings, evenings and/or weekends. Location: Lynn English High School Search extended on 1/8/18 The Talent Search Program is one of eight federal TRIO programs. The Talent Search program works to identify and assist individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds who have the potential to succeed in higher education. The goal of Talent Search is to increase the number of youth from disadvantaged backgrounds who complete high school and enroll in and complete their postsecondary education. NSCC's Talent Search (TS) Program, established in 2002, is a partnership with Lynn Public Schools (LPS). The TRIO-TS Advisor engages in outreach and recruitment of students in the target population, provides advising and services to program participants, and coordinates the services and activities of the program. The TS Advisor is an integral part of the implementation of the TRIO-Talent Search (TS) grant program. DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
Engage in outreach efforts to inform students, families and partner agencies of program services; collaborate on the recruitment and selection of participants for the program.
Develop and deliver presentations, workshops, and other activities on preparing for postsecondary education, including career awareness, college admissions, financial aid, and other relevant topics.
Using inventories and other tools, help students assess their interests, strengths, needs, and career options; help students develop goals and a plan/roadmap for postsecondary education.
In small groups and one-on-one sessions:
Provide information and guidance regarding secondary school course selection, preparing for college entrance exams, college selection, resources for locating public and private scholarships, and Federal student financial aid programs;
Provide assistance in completing college admissions, financial aid, and scholarship applications;
Help students advocate on behalf of themselves with agencies and schools regarding financial aid and admissions;
Make connections for participants to tutoring, test prep, and mentoring services and dual enrollment courses as appropriate;
Make connections for participants to education or counseling services designed to improve the financial and economic literacy of the participants or the participants' parents, including financial planning for postsecondary education.
Coordinate and supervise college visits.
Coordinate and oversee the provision of the TS tutoring services at the high school.
Coordinate and oversee the provision of the TS mentoring program at the high school, including recruitment and training of mentors.
Document assistance given and services provided; maintain confidential records, run reports, and track students' progress and program outcomes using Blumen database.
Establish and maintain relationships with secondary institutions, postsecondary institutions, alternative education programs, and community agencies as relevant for specific program needs.
Participate in program/organizational/departmental planning sessions, training and staff meetings.
- Perform other duties as assigned. SUPERVISION RECEIVED: Educational Advisor reports to the Director of Educational Opportunity Center (EOC), Talent Search (TS), and Upward Bound (UB)
Bachelor's degree in a related field with three (3) years' experience and/or training in educational or career counseling, college registration, academic advisement, career development, or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience.
Master's Degree in Education, Counseling, Psychology, or other related field a plus.
Experience in high school settings or experience working with teens.
Knowledge of higher education admissions and enrollment processes and/or college financial aid.
Experience helping students assess their interests, strengths, and needs and develop goals and plans for postsecondary education preferred.
Experience developing and delivering workshops and presentations.
Experience developing and coordinating programs/activities for small and large groups.
Strong computing skills. Working knowledge of Microsoft Office required; database / student records experience preferred; experience using social and mobile applications to promote services/engage constituents also preferred.
Demonstrated awareness of and sensitivity to low-income minority youth.
Experience with TRIO programs desirable.
Bilingual (Spanish or Arabic) preferred.
Ability to work occasional early mornings, evenings and/or weekends.
Successful experience interacting with culturally diverse populations.
Candidates will be required to pass a CORI/SORI background check as a condition of employment. Additional Information: SALARY RANGE:Anticipated starting salary range $42,063.15-$45,000.00 for 37.5 hours/44 weeks per year. Actual salary will be commensurate with education and experience in accordance with the MCCC/MTA collective bargaining agreement. STARTING DATE: ASAP North Shore Community College is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, age, veteran status, genetic information, gender identity or sexual orientation in its programs and activities as required by Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and other applicable statutes and college policies. The College prohibits sexual harassment, including sexual violence. Inquiries or complaints concerning discrimination, harassment, retaliation or sexual violence shall be referred to the College's Affirmative Action and/or Title IX Coordinator, the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination, the Equal Employment Opportunities Commission or the United States Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights. Application Instructions: Submit cover letter and resume no later than January 22, 2018. Applicants selected for an interview will need to provide unofficial transcripts or foreign degree evaluations and the name, address, email and telephone number of at least three current professional references to Human Resources before the interview takes place. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's) Powered by
Advisor - Educational Talent Search Program
Posting Detail Information Working Title Advisor - Educational Talent Search Program Research Professional Position No Posting Number 201701035AP Position Type Admin Professional/ Research Professional Number of Vacancies 1 Work Hours/Week 40 Proposed Annual Salary Range $35,000-$37,000 Desired Start Date 03/01/2018 Position End Date (if temporary) Open Posting Date Open Until Filled Yes To ensure full consideration, applications must be received by 11:59pm (MT) on 01/22/2018 Description of Work Unit Consistent with Colorado State University’s land grant mission to make education accessible to all persons and groups, the Access Center develops the talents of those who have been historically underrepresented in post-secondary education (first generation, limited income, ethnically and racially diverse, and non-traditionally aged). By utilizing effective practices, the Center provides quality services to communities, individuals and institutions resulting in student success and exemplary programs guided by an ethic of community and project accountability. Position Summary The Advisor for the Educational Talent Search program in the Access Center is responsible for group and individual student advising related to applying to and persisting in post-secondary education.
The Advisor reports to the Assistant Director of Educational Talent Search. The Advisor will be a full-time Administrative-Professional university appointment. This position requires a varied work schedule that includes evening and weekends, and requires substantial travel.
The Advisor must maintain a valid Colorado Driver’s License or have access to a licensed driver. The university will conduct a criminal and motor vehicle background check on final candidates. Required Job Qualifications • Bachelor’s Degree in liberal arts, education, behavioral/social sciences, social work, communications or related field must be obtained by start date. • At least one year experience advising, supervising and/or mentoring disadvantaged youth in an educational setting (“Disadvantaged,” according to the U.S.
Department of Education, signifies an individual who meets low-income guidelines and who is a potential first generation college student. A “first generation” individual is a person whose parents have not earned a baccalaureate degree) Preferred Job Qualifications • Demonstrated experience working with middle school youth and middle school outreach. • Ability to facilitate student learning through academic and student development activities and workshops • Strong communication skills (including ability to present effectively, write clearly, and demonstrated proficient use of computer applications) • Bilingual ability (Spanish/English) desirable • Strong community relations skills including the ability to develop and maintain relationships between and amongst the program, community and target schools. • Available personal, reliable transportation, a valid driver’s license, and willingness and ability to travel extensively in the target area, including travel to the target schools up to four days a week. • Ability to work irregular work hours when necessary including nights, weekends, and overnight events. • Record keeping and data management abilities such as: maintaining records regarding program activities and student eligibility and performance, and submitting reports regarding student outcomes. • Experience working with target population including middle school and high school students from first-generation/ low-income communities. Diversity Statement •Reflecting departmental and institutional values, candidates are expected to have the ability to advance the Department’s commitment to diversity and inclusion.
Essential Duties Job Duty Category Recruitment/Advising of grant participants Duty/Responsibility • Maintain a minimum student caseload, and provide counseling, assessment, information, workshops, leadership development, and cultural enrichment events for participating students. • Plan and implement interactive and effective workshops during the academic year and during summer programs (specific to middle school & high school youth). • Plan, implement, and supervise many one-day and several multiple-day trips to colleges/universities, educational and career sites in order to expose students to regional and national cultural, educational, and career opportunities. • Recruit eligible participants into the program and develop a substantial wait-list of qualified potential participants. • Meet regularly with parents of participating students, and design and present workshops for parent groups. • Participate in the planning and implementation of summer residential programs for student participants on the University campus (Talent Search Academy, middle school college exploration visits, and other outreach activities). • Coordinate and Manage on-campus middle school visits, off-campus college visits, high school engagement workshops, and career exploration visits. Percentage Of Time 75 Job Duty Category Team Member Duty/Responsibility • Contribute to and actively support efforts of the Talent Search and the Access Center staff teams, through meetings, retreats, program planning, collaboration on activities, and participation in Access Center committees. • Participate in and contribute to program planning and professional development activities of the program, including appropriate conference and training opportunities when available, as well as the development of the staff team. • Develop and maintain a network of academic and career resources for the benefit of the program and participants, and connect students with appropriate resources based on student needs. • Other duties as assigned. Percentage Of Time 25 Application Details Special Instructions to Applicants For full consideration please apply by 01/22/2018, 11:59 pm (MT) with a cover letter which addresses how professional experiences align with identified required and preferred qualifications of the position, a current resume, and the names, e-mail addresses, and telephone numbers of three (3) professional references.
References will not be contacted without prior notification of candidates. Conditions of Employment Pre-employment Criminal Background Check (required for new hires), Valid Driver’s License Search Contact Rachel Martinez, firstname.lastname@example.org EEO Statement Colorado State University is committed to providing an environment that is free from discrimination and harassment based on race, age, creed, color, religion, national origin or ancestry, sex, gender, disability, veteran status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or pregnancy and will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant. Colorado State University is an equal opportunity/equal access/affirmative action employer fully committed to achieving a diverse workforce and complies with all Federal and Colorado State laws, regulations, and executive orders regarding non-discrimination and affirmative action.
The Office of Equal Opportunity is located in 101 Student Services. The Title IX Coordinator is the Executive Director of the Office of Support and Safety Assessment, 123 Student Services Building, Fort Collins, CO 80523 -2026, (970) 491-7407. The Section 504 and ADA Coordinator is the Associate Vice President for Human Capital, Office of Equal Opportunity, 101 Student Services Building, Fort Collins, CO 80523-0160, (970) 491-5836.
Background Check Policy Statement Colorado State University (CSU) strives to provide a safe study, work, and living environment for its faculty, staff, volunteers and students. To support this environment and comply with applicable laws and regulations, CSU conducts background checks. The type of background check conducted varies by position and can include, but is not limited to, criminal (felony and misdemeanor) history, sex offender registry, motor vehicle history, financial history, and/or education verification.
Background checks will be conducted when required by law or contract and when, in the discretion of the university, it is reasonable and prudent to do so. References Requested References Requested Minimum Requested 3 Maximum Requested 3 Supplemental Questions Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*). + * Do you have a Bachelor’s Degree in liberal arts, education, behavioral/social sciences, social work, communications or related field that will be completed by the employment start date?
No + * Do you have at least one year experience advising, supervising and/or mentoring disadvantaged youth in an educational setting (“Disadvantaged,” according to the U.S.
Department of Education, signifies an individual who meets low-income guidelines and who is a potential first generation college student. A “first generation” individual is a person whose parents have not earned a baccalaureate degree)?
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Assistant Director Of Educational Financing
Assistant Director of Educational Financing
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089746 Department 4703- GNS Enrollment Management
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Commensurate with experience
Advertised Summary Job Description The School of General Studies Office of Educational Financing has an opening for a Assistant Director of Educational Financing. Reporting to the Associate Director of Educational Financing, The Assistant Director administers financial aid services for student veterans attending the School of General Studies.
These responsibilities include but are not limited to counseling, file review, needs analysis, award determination, and the certification and reconciliation of VA educational benefits (i.e. Post 9/11 GI Bill, VA Vocational Rehabilitation, etc.). The position also provides general support to the Schools Educational Financing department and assists with all financial aid services provided to GS students. a. Provides counseling services related to veterans' benefits and financial aid to prospective and current military veterans and eligible dependents Coordinates the School of General Studies Yellow Ribbon Program participation and liaises with the Veterans Benefits Administration on all student educational veteran benefit issues for GS. b.
Following institutional policies and procedures, awards federal, state and institutional financial aid. Enters determined awards in PowerFAIDS. Originates and trouble-shoots federal and private educational loans, and completes the required federal verification process for identified applicants. c.
Performs all functions necessary to assist GS veterans with federal and institutional financial aid processing, including counseling students on availability of aid, completing benefit eligibility certification, outlining educational financing options and debt management issues, and responding to student inquiries. d. Assists with the planning, organizing, and the execution of educational and outreach events/orientation for GS financial aid and educational veteran benefits. e. Processes advance refund requests and compiles all necessary supporting documents in partnership with Student Financial Services for GS student veterans in need of this support. f.
As directed, responds to and completes special outside agency forms, including forms for Veterans Benefits Administration, Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment. g. Collaborates with the Office of University Financial Aid to enhance reporting and systems in support of efficient delivery of funds to students, and to ensure compliance with Executive Order 13607 and the Principles of Excellence. Oversees the schools participation in the annual Veteran's Administration and financial aid audits. h. Performs other duties as assigned or requested
Minimum Qualifications for Grade
meet these minimum qualifications to be considered an applicant Bachelor's degree and/or its equivalent required. 3 years minimum experience required with general knowledge of Title IV regulations and needs analysis or knowledge of the GI Bill and veterans educational benefits; excellent interpersonal skills required. Must be detailed oriented. Experience with Microsoft Word and Excel required; experience with PowerFAIDS and other computer systems at the University highly desirable. Would consider limited financial aid experience replaced with significant interpersonal skills or experience counseling students on veteran educational benefits. Additional Position-Specific Minimum Qualifications
meet these minimum qualifications to be considered an applicant
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HIPAA Compliance training required
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Requisition Open Date 09-22-2017
Requisition Close Date Open Until Filled
Quick Link jobs.columbia.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=164884
EEO Statement Columbia University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer --Race/Gender/Disability/Veteran.
Local Hiring Columbia University is committed to the hiring of qualified local residents.
EDUCATIONAL DIRECTOR: IMMEDIATE HIRE Master's degree in ECE or Education; Certification Early Childhood and five (5) years exp in a classroom setting. Strong leadership and training skills; Excellent oral and written communication skill; Flexibility and ability to work under pressure and meet many deadlines; Excellent computer skills; Bilingual English/Spanish preferred, but not required. RESPONSIBILITIES: Daily operation of the program; Lead staff meetings and attend monthly meetings; Actively participate in the recruitment of children; Supervise classroom employees and volunteers at the child care center; Develop and plan the educational program for the child care center; Provide support for teachers; Maintain a visible presence to classroom staff, students and preschool families; promote the vision of the center and present it to parents and the community.
Director Of Center For Educational Technologies
Advertisement Director of The Center for Educational Technologies College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences Texas A&M University The College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences (CVM) (http://vetmed.tamu.edu/) at Texas A&M University invites applications/nominations for the position of Director of The Center for Educational Technologies. This position is for a full time professor or associate professor, professional track or tenure position.
The successful candidate will become the Director of the Center for Educational Technologies (CET), and will have a joint appointment in one of the five departments within the College, depending on the individual s area of interest and expertise. Qualifications for the position include an advanced degree (e.g., MS, MBA, PhD, DVM/VMD, MD) and experience in instructional technologies, pedagogy, and/or business operations. The successful candidate will articulate a vision for the use of instructional technologies in the DVM curriculum, create a strategic plan for the direction of the Center, and collaborate with the team to implement it.
The candidate should have a demonstrated interest and/or expertise in instructional technologies, agricultural education, and/or adult education. Board certification and/or other advanced degrees will be considered a positive factor. Responsibilities of this position are focused on creating and implementing an annual strategic plan, supervising a diverse team, and working with the Program Manager to ensure the financial wellness of the Center.
Additionally, the individual will work with the team to create and implement a sales and marketing plan and secure extra-mural funding to meet the annual operating budget. The individual will also provide additional support to the CVM, such as serving on the curriculum committee and participating in promotional events. A complete job description may be found at this link: http://vetmed.tamu.edu/files/vetmed/vibs/Director_of_CET.pdf The Center for Educational Technologies was founded in 2010 at the Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences.
Its mission is to partner with subject matter experts to blend best practices in student-‐centered learning with innovative technologies to create uniquely interactive learning experiences. The Center is staffed by 9 fulltime employees, including 3 faculty (all with advanced degrees in education), 4 multimedia specialists, a program manager, and a project manager. The CET has experience successfully managing over $4 million of competitive grants, industry contacts and USDA cooperative agreements.
To date, the CET team has collaborated with 44 subject matter experts to develop over 150 learning resources in support of student education and continuing education. These resources are distributed via the CET s web-based learning management system, serving approximately 5,000 veterinary students annually at 10 veterinary colleges across the United States and Canada. The CET also has extensive experience developing curricula; including the veterinary curriculum at TAMU and partnering with the United States Department of Agriculture on a $1.4 million project to develop a comprehensive curriculum to support agricultural capacity building in developing countries.
For more information on the CET and to view a portfolio of work, visit www.tamucet.org. Texas A&M University is the oldest public institution of higher education in Texas and one of the nation s largest and most dynamic universities. More than 60,000 students are enrolled in the University s 10 academic colleges with approximately 9,000 pursuing graduate or professional degrees.
Texas A&M University is a major research university with a growing international focus, and outstanding public and private support. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Applicants should submit a letter of intent includin
Assistant Professor Of Education And Coordinator Of Educational Leadership Program
Position Information Position Title Assistant Professor of Education and Coordinator of Educational Leadership Program FLSA Exempt Primary Responsibilities St. Lawrence University invites applications for an Assistant Professor of Education and Coordinator of Educational Leadership Program to begin August 2018. At St. Lawrence University, we believe that the liberal arts offer an essential foundation for leadership. Our graduates go on to work in diverse settings, and we value candidates who can prepare leaders for a variety of learning environments. We are looking for a colleague who will: • Lead the graduate-level Educational Leadership Program; • Teach courses and propose new courses for the Program; • Be an active scholar; • Advise and mentor students in the Program; and • Collaborate with members of the Education Department and the University community. We especially seek candidates with experience working with students from diverse backgrounds, and who can demonstrate experience with, or evidence of a commitment to, preparing school leaders who promote diversity and excellence through their research, teaching and/or service. Minimum Qualifications • An earned doctorate in Educational Leadership, Administration or closely related field at time of appointment; • A clearly articulated scholarly agenda; • Experience teaching at the post-secondary level; and • An understanding and appreciation of a liberal arts approach to education and a vision for a graduate-level leadership program in a liberal arts environment Preferred Qualifications • Successful administrative experience in PK‐12 settings (e.g., principal, supervisor, superintendent); • Experience in the graduate-level education of school leaders; and • Experience with CAEP accreditation Faculty Status Tenure Track Appointment Timing Full Year Posting Detail Information Posting Number FA00098 Desired Start Date 08/15/2018 Position End Date (if temporary) Open Date Close Date Open Until Filled Yes Special Instructions to Applicant Interested applicants should submit a letter of application where you clearly address your vision for a graduate-level leadership program in a liberal arts environment and articulate your scholarly agenda; a current CV; proof of teaching effectiveness; 2 sample syllabi; and a Diversity Statement that provides evidence of work done, or work planned, to prepare school leaders who promote diversity and excellence. These documents can be uploaded in the “Applicant Documents” section of your application. Additionally, three confidential references are required [the required information input in the reference contact information section of your application will be utilized to send a system-derived email requesting a recommendation letter from each reference]. Applications should be submitted by February 7, 2017. Applications submitted after this date will be reviewed as needed. Questions about the position may be directed to Dr. Jeffery Frank, Search Chair, at (email@example.com). All offers of employment are contingent upon the finalist successfully passing a background (including criminal records) check. Reference Requests Reference Request Details Accept References Yes Minimum Requests 3 Maximum Requests 4 Supplemental Questions Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*). Applicant Documents Required Documents
Cover Letter/Letter of Application
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District Director Of Curriculum And Educational Planning
Job Summary Responsible for effective District-wide leadership for Curriculum and Educational Planning. The Director is responsible for the curriculum and instruction process, program viability, program development, the College catalog, and Career Pathways. Reports to the Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs. Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Directs the implementation of the District-wide curriculum and instruction process.
Responsible for vetting curriculum to comply with SACSCOC and THECB requirements. Responsible for data collection for program development, analysis, and use of results to ensure appropriate faculty and industry input and meets market demand.
Oversees the program viability processes and works directly with Assistant Director of Instructional Assessment on program review.
Provides leadership for the program development process.
Oversees the production of the College Catalog (written and on-line). Responsible for the accuracy and quality of the college catalog.
Oversees the Career Pathways implementation.
Oversees the District Master Syllabi and ICR including the compliance for HB2504.
Monitors compliance with the ACGM, WECM, and GIPWE and implements processes to ensure TCC compliance.
Liaison with Institutional Intelligence and Research to complete required state reports.
Liaison with Institutional Effectiveness to complete required notifications and reports for SACSCOC.
Monitors federal, legislative, judicial, and regulatory activity affecting higher education and the impact on TCC.
Develops faculty and staff training related to C&I;, program viability, program development, and Career Pathways.
Prepares and/or verifies reports pertaining to areas of responsibility.
Participates on Councils, Task Forces, and other TCC committees, as assigned.
Attends the workplace regularly, reports to work punctually and follows a work schedule to keep up with the demands of the worksite.
Completes all required training and professional development sessions sponsored through the Tarrant County College (TCC) Institute.
Supports the values of the College: diversity, teaching excellence, student success, innovation and creativity and service to the College. The duties listed are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or a logical assignment to the position. The job description does not constitute an employment agreement between the employer and employee and is subject to change by the employer as the needs of the employer and requirements of the job change. Required Education, Experience, Certifications, Licensures
Three (3) years of experience in higher education or related experience
Demonstrated track record of collaboration and cooperation across departments, divisions, or campuses Desired Education, Experience, Certifications, Licensures
Knowledge and understanding of the community college Special Instructions Summary *Job Title:
District Director of Curriculum and Educational Planning
Posting Number:*F002566 *Position Status:
Class Code:*11 *Pay Rate:
Commensurate with education and experience
Department:*DT Assoc VC Academic Affairs
Posting Date:*12/01/2017 *Contact:
Nancy Cure :*firstname.lastname@example.org
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