POSITION – DIRECTOR
The Division Director reports to the appropriate Dean and/or to the Vice President of Instruction and has broad responsibilities for the overall operations of the academic and occupational programs within the division. The position requires both teaching and administrative duties and serves as an important link between the faculty and the administration
QUALIFICATION – Master Degree or equivalent in a teaching discipline specific to the instructional programs of the College and college teaching experience.
EXPERIENCE – 10 years or more than 10 in any university
SKILL SET –
Skills in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with faculty, staff, other departments, students, and the public;
- Skill in presenting ideas and concepts orally and in writing;
- Ability to manage multiple projects and inspire others to achieve the objectives;
- Ability to work within an open and team environment using collaborative approaches;
- Ability to focus faculty and staff toward student learning;
- Ability to commit to establishing, maintaining, and assessing collaborative educational and service programs; and,
- Ability to foster college-wide partnerships to promote quality in education.
- Supervises teachers
- Participate in hiring, managing, and developing academic staff
- Develop and oversee the curriculum, instruction, and assessment programs
- Collaborate in collecting, analyzing, the creation and revision all academic data analysis and intervention programs
- Lead teacher training and professional development
- Assists with Student Recruitment: marketing, advertising, strategic plan and lottery
- Participate in the development of a personal education plan for each assigned student.
- Assessment Management: maintain calendar, content and school data
- Oversees and manages university wide curriculum and assessment
- Contracted Service Management: special Education services and curriculum services
- Manage university professional development in accordance with the induction program
- Familiar and follow university rules and regulations and procedures.
- Align department goals and work with District vision and strategic plan.
- Provide instructional services to the university and university staff.
- Leads program development, including curriculum, instructional strategies and instructional materials.
- Plans and implements professional development and training for principals, teachers and support staff.
- Oversees professional development that supports university Improvement Plans.
- Implements and directs the development of the district summer collage program to include programming, staffing, and safety.
- Supervises and evaluates curriculum coordinators and other designated staff.
- Serves as a liaison with colleges, universities and other agencies and organizations on curriculum and instructional strategies issues.
- Directs the English Learners Program and supports culturally relevant instructional practices throughout the district.
- Develops and administers the academic services budget for curriculum, instruction and professional development.