Reporting to the Vice President for Academic Affairs, the Associate Vice President serves as the chief operations officer for the Division. In this capacity, the Associate Vice President is responsible for the administrative and leadership functions for academic matters relating to budget and fiscal resources, personnel, facilities, academic technology infrastructure, security and emergency management, and health and safety issues in classrooms and laboratories. The Associate Vice President is a member of the Deans Council and serves as liaison for the Division of Academic Affairs with the Divisions of Business and Finance, Information Technology, Human Resources, and the General Counsel in matters pertaining to the academic mission of the College. The Associate Vice President plays a key role as a principal advisor to the Vice President in matters of academic policy and represents and speaks for the Vice President in all matters as necessary and appropriate.
The Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs:
- Provides administrative leadership in implementing and managing budgets and personnel within the Division of Academic Affairs.
- Develops strategies, procedures and policies, in concert with Finance and Administration and Information Technology, to maintain safe and appropriate facilities, technology and equipment necessary to support the academic mission of the College in concert with the College’s Strategic Plan.
- Works with the Vice President for Academic Affairs on policy and procedural matters that impact the academic programs of the College.
- Maintains collaborative relationships with the various College administrative units that deliver support for academic programs and activities.
- Oversees the design and content management of the Academic Affairs website.
- Maintains calendars, listservs, and other tools that support effective communication within the Division and between the Division and the rest of the College.
- Represents the Division on the College Policy Advisory Group.
- Performs other tasks as assigned by the Vice President for Academic Affairs.
- A Master’s degree in a relevant field (terminal degree preferred) and seven (7) or more years of proven experience in academic administration at the level of director, dean, or higher.
- Significant experience in budget management and administrative services, preferably in an academic environment.
- Demonstrated awareness of the roles and applications new technologies for teaching and learning.
- Broad understanding of current policies and procedures impacting academic affairs in higher education.
- Demonstrated ability to promote collaboration and teamwork.
- Commitment to diversity and equal opportunity.
- Background as a faculty member in an academic discipline.
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