Dean (CC) (Academic Services), Re-advertisment
Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs Leeward Community College - Honolulu, HI

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Under the general supervision of the Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, serves as a key member of the Chancellor's leadership team and the executive with line supervisory oversight to the heads of the instructional support units: the Library, the Educational Media Center, the Learning Resource Center, the Computer Center, the Innovation Center for Teaching and Learning, and the Theatre.Through supervised Unit Heads, provides and administrative/academic leadership in the recruitment, development, evaluation, and retention of qualified faculty and staff.Serves as the proponent of the College's distance learning programs (e.g., classroom instruction at off-campus sites), learning technology and methodology (e.g., multi-media instruction, alternative instruction) into the classroom, and acquisition and provision of study material/resources and learning resources through duplication services, tutorial resources, and campus-wide computer, wireless, and hard/software technology and infrastructure.Responds to requests for information, identification of problems, investigation of complaints against faculty, adjudication of disputes and grievances, and disciplinary action against program faculty and staff in accordance with established guidelines and directives.Coordinates Unit Heads in the critical assessment and prioritization of the financial needs of the approved academic programs, new initiatives, and support requirements (to include staffing, operational, equipment, and facilities).Provides leadership and direction for unit program reviews and strategic planning for the College and units.Evaluates effectiveness and recommends initiatives for the units in support of student learning and achievement through the assessment process.Minimum Qualifications:Master's degree or equivalent from regionally accredited institution.Experience in an institution of higher learning involving teaching, counseling, or academic support responsibilities which is at the C4 level OR have prior to appointment a demonstrated record of comparable professional experience in program or curriculum development, staff development, personnel supervision, resource development, budget preparation, or computer usage in management of an educational institution.Plan, organize, and direct a large and complex activity or organization.Knowledge of community college philosophy, familiarity with liberal arts and vocational-technical education, awareness of contemporary challenges and issues facing community colleges.Knowledge of alternative models (to include new or emerging technology) for delivering instruction, of academic administration, of learning theory, or similar post-secondary education training.Ability to effectively work with various constituents and decision-making bodies of a college or a large and complex activity/organization.Ability to organize and communicate (orally and written) effectively.Effective use of computer applications (word processing, spreadsheet, and presentation) within the working environment.Desirable Qualifications:Doctorate (Ph.D. or Ed. D.) degree from regionally accredited institution.Experience as an administrator or in carrying out administrative responsibilities with an emphasis on education, public administration, organization or resource management, personnel management, fiscal management, and/or grants administration.Administrative experience in a college at a managerial level.Demonstrated excellence in academic leadership or achievement in teaching, creative work, or service.Experience in review/revision of academic policies and procedures, accreditation and self-study, grantsmanship, operational planning, and resource development, or grievance/complaint investigation/resolution.Demonstrated leadership and inter-personal skills working with faculty and staff in a higher education environment, and building consensus.Knowledge of the community service mission of a community college and its interrelationship to instructional programs and support services.
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