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Dean of Business, Technology and Allied Health
Dyersburg State Community College in Dyersburg, Texas
 
 
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Date Posted 03/10/2021
Category
Executive-Dean-Business
Faculty-Business-Other Business
Employment Type Fulltime
Application Deadline Open until filled
 
 
 
 
 

Dean of Business, Technology and Allied Health

We have an opening for a Dean of Business, Technology and Allied Health at our Dyersburg State campus!


General Description:

The Dean of Business, Technology, and Allied Health provides leadership to the faculty in the Division and is responsible to the Vice President for the College for all academic, personnel, and budget concerns in the Division. Working in support of the mission and goals of the College, he/she serves as a member of the Vice President’s staff and makes recommendations to the Vice President in the areas of curriculum, personnel, and budget. He/she also serves on the Strategic Planning Committee, the Administrative Council, and other committees/task forces as assigned.

Duties and Responsibilities:

Works with the discipline coordinators to supervise, evaluate and advocate for the faculty and staff in the Division of Business, Technology, and Allied Health. Recommends promotion, tenure, and/or disciplinary action for the personnel in the Division.

Recommends employment in consultation with the search committee and discipline coordinator.

In consultation with the faculty and discipline coordinator, recommends curriculum changes to the Instructional Council and to TBR as required and ensures that these changes are reflected in the current DSCC catalog if they are approved by the appropriate authorities.

Provides leadership for accreditation, academic audit, and program reviews for improvement and outcomes performance funding efforts of the division.

Provides leadership to the discipline coordinators and faculty in identifying expected student learning outcomes for the educational programs in the division, assessing the extent of achievement, providing evidence of improvement based on the analysis of assessment results and entering this information each semester in Campus Labs Compliance Assist.

Recommends annual Division budgets for July 1 in consultation with faculty and staff, recommends needed revision for October budgets and oversees expenditures from those budgets.

Works with the discipline coordinators, faculty, the Office of Admissions and Records, the Director of the Gibson County Center and the Dean of the Jimmy Naifeh Center at Tipton County to prepare class schedules for each semester.

Works with the discipline coordinators to represent the faculty, staff, and students of the division within the College and represents the College in the community.

Supervises the administrator of the Tennessee Early Childhood Training Alliance (TECTA) program.

Recruits, assigns, and evaluates adjunct faculty with the assistance of the discipline coordinators and full-time faculty.

In consultation with faculty and staff, submits annual goals for the Division. Prepares mid-year and annual reports on progress toward those goals and enters the information in Campus Labs Compliance Assist.

Provides leadership to the discipline coordinators and faculty in the incorporation of technology, active learning strategies (service learning, cooperative learning, cooperative education, critical thinking, learning communities, problem-based learning, and strategies based on the assessment of learning styles/preferences) and the use of Learning Resource Center Resources into their courses.

Prepares assigned TBR and accreditation reports.

Represents DSCC at assigned statewide meetings.

Works with the discipline coordinators, faculty, the Vice President for the College and the Director of Admissions & Records to maintain articulation agreements with area high schools, technology centers, colleges and universities.

Works with discipline coordinators, faculty, the Office of Admissions and Records, and area high schools in offering dual enrollment and dual credit courses at the high schools.

Works with the President, Vice President for the College, and faculty to derive optimal benefit from advisory committees.

Works with the faculty, discipline coordinators and employers to secure cooperative education/work-based learning experiences for students in the division.

Works to resolve student grade appeals.

Serves as a Master Advisor.

Encourages and promotes grant-writing among discipline coordinators and faculty and participates in collaborative grant proposals with area colleges, universities and agencies.

Encourages faculty to sponsor and support contests and co-curricular activities for the students.

Helps to coordinate special programs.

Teaches one course per year within the division.

Serves as coordinator for Perkins Grant.

Performs other duties as assigned.

Working Conditions:

Sedentary: Desk work; travel will be required for college or program activities. Insignificant effort other than normal movement. Minimal Hazard/Exposure: Standard office settings. At least minimal environmental controls to assure health and comfort.

Required Qualifications:

Ability to work well with persons from various social, ethnic, and economic backgrounds.

Good oral and written communication skills.

Good knowledge of computer applications.

Ability to organize tasks and to meet deadlines.

Minimum Requirements of Education and Experience:

Master's Degree in a teaching discipline in Business, Technology, or Allied Health from a regionally accredited institution.

Possess necessary credentials to teach courses in the DSCC Division of Business, Technology, and Allied Health.

At least seven years of experience in college or university administration at the department or division level.

At least one year of experience in teaching at the collegiate level.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

Doctorate from a regionally accredited institution.

Administrative and teaching experience in a community college.

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS:

Three (3) letters of reference, Cover Letter, and Resume must be uploaded. Official Transcripts (where applicable) must be sent directly to the Office of Human Resources, 1510 Lake Road, Dyersburg, TN 38024.

DSCC requires OFFICIAL college transcripts be sent directly by the institution before an applicant packet is reviewed by the search committee. Unofficial transcripts can be downloaded. However, the applicant file is not considered complete until we receive the OFFICIAL transcripts from the institution for the highest degree awarded. Request transcript(s) be sent to: Dyersburg State Community College Attn: Human Resources 1510 Lake Road Dyersburg, TN 38024.

Initial appointment (when applicable) is contingent upon completion of an acceptable background check.

If you are interested, click on the link to the left to apply

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