TSTC is the only state-supported technical college system in Texas. TSTC's statewide role and mission is to efficiently and effectively help Texas meet the high-tech challenges of today's global economy, in partnership with business and industry, government agencies, and other educational institutions. If this is a mission you could support and help TSTC achieve, please complete our application process.
The Vice President for Student Learning is a highly responsible administrative position that oversees the operating aspects of student learning. The Vice President for Student Learning will provide creative and educational leadership in matters dealing with curriculum development, evaluation of programs, coordination of activities, personnel management, and other student learning initiatives to improve and strengthen instruction and learning.
Duties and Responsibilities :
Monitor expenditures and assist in preparation of budgets for the Student Learning Division.
Plan and conduct meetings with all segments of Student Learning to exchange information and coordinate activities.
Develop and implement a system of management for human and fiscal resources to promote and assure high quality instruction and support.
Develop and implement a management by objectives system for Student Learning initiatives, activities, and operations.
Provide leadership in developing curriculum; recommend initiation, continuation, and/or termination of instructional programs in accordance with THECB guidelines and SACS substantive change policy.
Advise the Provost of relevant instructional matters which affect policy making and decisions, recommends procedures to satisfy college approved guidelines for meeting objectives.
Serve as the Liaison to the Provost in managing student learning objectives.
Direct and evaluate personnel; address and manage personnel matters.
Perform other related duties as assigned.
Strong listening, oral and writing skills.
Knowledge of educational research methods.
Considerable knowledge of workforce and academic education and theory, and the ability to analyze program curricula.
Excellent interpersonal skills; ability to work and communicate effectively with professionals and the public.
Minimum Requirements of Education and Experience:
Bachelor's degree in an appropriate field from an accredited college or university; Master's degree preferred.
Three years of extensive and successful management experience of technical, vocational or other higher education programs, plus three years of industrial work experience; and
Two years of successful teaching experience in post-secondary education at a regionally accredited college or university.