Institution:Lansing Community College
Category:Admin - Sponsored Programs, Grants, and Contracts
FT Admin - Director of The Early College at Lansing Community College
Posting Closes at 5 p.m. on: 9/20/2020
The date after which applications are not guaranteed review is 9/20/2020
Hours per Week: 40 Hours
Typical New Hire Starting Pay: $71,656 to $74,164
Full Pay Range for Position: $71,656 to $109,500
Number of openings: 1
Department: The Early College
Position Type: Provisional
Position Level: FT Administrative-1
Position Number: CFA014
Bargaining Unit: AFT (American Federation of Teachers)
Job Summary and Description
The position of Director will implement and administer a multi-faceted comprehensive educational school that will focus on providing service to the students of The Early College (TEC) at Lansing Community College. The director provides administrative leadership, direct supervision, and/or advocacy for The Early College faculty and staff, Ingham Intermediate School District (IISD) staff, and students.
Primary responsibilities include: establishing positive, collaborative and creative environments for teaching and learning in support of a diverse student, faculty and staff population; recruiting, hiring, supervising, mentoring, and evaluating staff and students; guiding the use of Department resources and budget to assure program and student outcomes are achieved; working cooperatively with faculty to identify and implement learning tools and technologies that enhance program content and delivery; steering initiatives relating to course, curriculum and program assessment in a broader context of continuous quality improvement; using problem solving and conflict resolution skills in addressing both faculty, staff, and student concerns; and, representing both the program and the Division on college-wide teams as well as in the greater community. The Director position is an administrative role that combines leadership, stewardship and management skills to ensure the Department operates efficiently and effectively.
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Education and Experience
Master's Degree in educational administration or related educational field.
Possess current K-12 Michigan Administrator Certification or enroll in a program within the first six months of employment, leading to certification as a school administrator that must be completed within three years.
Significant high school or postsecondary teaching or administrative experience.
Knowledge of and experience in working with school to work concepts/community based instruction.
Demonstrated ability to work and communicate with diverse groups, excellent written and oral communication skills and ability to work with and utilize data for decision making.
Experience in budget development, oversight, and working with grants.
Significant experience in building/program administration - including knowledge and experience in instructional delivery and curriculum development, individualized instruction and technology.
Experience in grant procurement
Secondary Teaching Certification
Lansing Community College is an equal opportunity, educational institution/employer.