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NOTE: **Must be a resident of the State of Colorado or able to relocate to Colorado prior to first date of employment.**
Department/Division Purpose (brief description of main function):
The division of Academic Support Services exists to provide academic support, in order to provide support to learners that prepares the needs of a diverse population in an ever-changing environment at all sites and campuses.
Job Summary Statement (brief summary of overall responsibility of position):
All job descriptions incorporate and utilize the principles and tools of continuous improvement. This is the foundation of our accreditation through the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) Open Pathways model, which is focused on quality assurance and institutional improvement. The Open Pathway is unique in that its improvement component, the Quality Initiative, affords institutions the opportunity to pursue improvement projects that meet their current needs and aspirations. Pueblo Community College embraces continuous improvement and has adopted it as its culture and as a necessary part of every job description. In addition, all job descriptions require the utilization of available technology in the completion of the duties.
Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: Pueblo Community College (PCC) believes that diversity, equity, and inclusion drive our success, and we encourage candidates from all identities, backgrounds, and abilities to apply. PCC is an equal opportunity employer committed to building inclusive, innovative work environments with employees who reflect our communities and enthusiastically serve them. We are seeking a leader committed to these same ideals.
This position oversees the CTE credentialing process as well as CTE program approvals and reviews. In addition, this position assists the academic leadership in investigate the feasibility of new programing. This position will work with the Grants and Academic Compliance Manager in collecting and analyzing data and financial information related to new programs as well as for program reviews
This position could teach PCC’s 3 professional development EDU courses annually.
Assist with the credentialing process for CTE faculty/instructors as a primary reviewer: review applications for CTE credential process to ensure they are in accordance with CCCS and PCC policies and procedure and verify occupational and educational experience. Work with Department chairs and Academic Directors in regards to any questions or concerns with the Non-CTE process as needed.
Assists with the credential and applications process for Concurrent Enrollment teaching CTE courses in accordance with CCCS, PCC and HLC. Awards CTE postsecondary credentials
Approval of RTH’s and Continuing Instructors through Ultimus.
Monitors expiring CTE credentials and follows up to ensure renewal is completed.
Maintains current faculty list for CTE programs and coordinates with the credentialing position for Non-CTE departments every semester.
Verifies that instructors hold the appropriate credentials to teach assigned courses.
Communicates with Department Chairs and Academic Directors throughout this process.
Coordinates with Human Resources on collecting necessary transcripts and updating systems with credential information.
Program Approvals and Review:
Monitors CTE program approvals for expiration, renewal and revision.
Assists department chairs and academic deans in completing program approvals.
Approves program approval submissions to CCCS.
Coordinates with the PCC curriculum and academic standards committee.
Support the auditing process of CTE programs chosen for yearly desktop monitoring as well as annual mini reviews. Work with CTE Department chairs in organization and writing of the report, gathering needed documentation, provide analysis and input, and ensure that documentation is submitted to CCCS by due date.
Communicates with CCCS-CTE regarding any trouble shooting, questions, or concerns with program approvals.
Ensure that CTE programs are meeting the CTE assurances, through yearly program reviews.
Coordinate the compiling and submission of required annual reports including VE-135.
Coordinates program data with program financial reports with the Grants and Academic Compliance Manager.
Ensures each program maintains required documentation: Advisory program of work, Program self-evaluations, annual reports, five year plans, and IR data.
Sets up internal yearly reviews for programs that are due for program renewal.
Assists the CAO, academic deans, and department chairs in CQI, program viability for revision, improvement, and expansion or contractions based on internal reviews.
Maintains the Colorado CTE Gateway for PCC- maintains universal contact list and active teacher lists.
Liaison between CCCS CTE and PCC CTE programs.
Coordinates with Regional Concurrent Outreach coordinator at PCC SW and PCC Fremont, PCC Recruitment Director, and Department chairs to ensure that they provide concurrent enrollment instructors with network access, access to adjunctorium, and access to program syllabus and resources.
Ensue all concurrent enrollment instructors are assigned to the appropriate courses through coordination with PCCSW, Fremont, Chase, to verify course assignments
Works with the Non-CTE credential on all tasks above.
Assists academic leadership in investigating new programing.
Conduct feasibility studies.
Prepare analysis of needs and sustainability for academic leadership.
Coordinate curriculum development with the assigned AEA
Coordinate with the Grants and Academic Compliance Manager on the financial viability of new programming.
Coordinate the processes for final approvals
Coordinate with recruitment and marketing.
Other duties as assigned.
Teach EDU 222 (1 Credit) Summer term, EDU 260 (3 Credit) Fall term, and EDU 250 (1 Credit) Spring term.
Licenses or Certificates:
Experience managing and analyzing multiple sources of data.
Special knowledge, skills, and abilities:
Demonstrated skill working with a diverse population
Good written and oral communication skills
Demonstrated time management ability
Demonstrated ability to plan and organize
Ability to work independently and as part of a team
Licenses or Certifications:
Experience with feasibility studies
Experience with faculty credentialing
College level teaching experience
Experience working in an administrative position in an educational setting.
Experience analyzing data related to academic program development.
Special knowledge, skills, abilities:
Demonstrated success increasing diversity of students/employees and implementing diversity initiatives.
Knowledge of Career Tech Education
Ability to manage administrative files with complex content and large volumes of information.
BenefitsYour total compensation goes well beyond the number on your paycheck. Pueblo Community College provides generous leave, health plans and retirement contributions that add to your bottom line.While many of our benefits are listed here, eligibility for these benefits vary and may be based on hours worked and position.Pueblo Community College, as a member of the Colorado Community College System, offers a wide variety of comprehensive and rich benefit programs. Some benefits offered are: Health Benefits- Medical- Dental- VisionRetirement Savings- Employer Sponsored Plans- Individual Supplemental PlansFlexible Spending AccountsHealth Savings Account (HSA)Life InsuranceDisability CoverageAnnual and Sick LeavePaid HolidaysTuition Reimbursement