Assignment Location South Campus
To provide primary administrative management and leadership for the assigned departments within the Division in collaboration with faculty and other divisional administrators consistent with established college and campus policies and procedures. Recommends campus policy and procedure. Collaborates and coordinates operations with other College units, departments and divisions, and curriculum on all campuses in the assigned area. The Associate Dean is expected to exhibit initiative, enthusiasm and teamwork in accomplishing the responsibilities of the position.
- Program responsibilities within Engineering Technology will include Product Development including Digital Sculptor, Electronic Engineering Technology (electrical and electronics areas), Fluid Power Technology, Automated Systems Technology/Mechatronics, Robotics, Manufacturing Engineering Technology, Pre-Engineering, Media and Communication Arts, and other future area programs as developed.
- Responsible for the initiation, implementation, control, evaluation, and revision of a broad range of courses, programs, and instructional techniques.
- Establish objectives, procedures, timelines, and performance criteria for short- and long-range planning.
- Ensure the utilization of diverse, active advisory committees for occupational programs.
- Foster relationships and serve as a liaison with employers.
- Select, recommend, and evaluate staff according to existing contracts and procedures.
- Function as the management link between the teachers in the unit and the Dean’s office.
- Coordinate the scheduling of faculty, courses and facilities including assisting in support of related apprenticeship and workforce and continuing education initiatives.
- Implement and administer employee group master agreements.
- Participate periodically in the negotiation of employee group master agreements.
- Provides leadership and support to assigned departments and faculty for program related activities i.e., student organizations, forums, contests.
- Recommend and control budget.
- Encourage and support articulation with K-12, universities, and other educational agencies.
- Assure an interdisciplinary coordination of programs and foster curriculum integration.
- Evaluate program success through follow-up studies of graduates and other data provided by Institutional Research and other measures of student success.
- Serve on College, local, state, and national committees and represent the Dean as appropriate.
- Maintain unit reports and records including appropriate department inventory records.
- Assist in maintenance and security of unit supplies, equipment and facilities.
- Develop and recommend criteria for student placement within the instructional program.
- Assist, where appropriate, in the planning and development of educational specifications for physical facilities for new construction and/or remodeling.
- Monitor and maintain compliance with College policies, procedures, and contracts as well as appropriate state, federal, accreditation, licensures, registration and/or certification requirements.
- Assist with evening and weekend supervision of programs, clerical staff, and faculty.
- Write and administer grants where appropriate.
- Support cooperative education opportunities for students.
- Communicate with internal and external publics.
- When assigned, coordinate or oversee special instructional projects of a contract nature
- Foster a climate of customer satisfaction.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
SUPERVISION RECEIVED: General direction received from the Dean of Engineering and Advanced Technology with accountability for results.
SUPERVISION GIVEN: Supervises full and part-time personnel within the division. Provides direction for assigned programs and staff.
Master’s degree. Prefer to meet the requirements for teaching in a discipline within the assigned unit.
Three years experience in a leadership, managerial or supervisory position required.
Teaching experience preferred.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Knowledge and experience in curriculum design, development, and evaluation preferred. General knowledge of state and federal requirements applicable to vocational education. Working knowledge of the equipment and technology used within the area. Effective communication skills.
Work Hours Usual office conditions. Some travel between campuses and to off campus locations. Hours may vary. Some evenings and weekends required.
Position Level 3
Salary $89,425 - $120,947 (2020-21 salary range) Maximum salary upon new hire $89,425 - $102,721
Posting Code AS311P
Open Date 06/01/2021
Close Date 07/02/2021
Special Instructions to Applicants
Usual office conditions. Some travel between campuses and to off campus locations.
As an equal opportunity employer and learning institution, Macomb Community College recruits, hires and promotes for all positions without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, or handicap. All employment decisions are based on the qualifications of each individual. No person shall be denied equal treatment as a result of a College practice or policy. The College is committed to racial, cultural, and ethnic diversity.
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