DUE TO ATTRITION, we are seeking a replacement Dean, Adult Basic Ed, GED & ESL
The Divisional Dean is responsible for the organization and administration of the Division and provides educational leadership and support for all programs within the Division (Adult Education, GED, and ESL). He/she is responsible for fostering the following commitments: securing the relationships of the various instructional disciplines within the Division in the context of the established educational philosophy and policies of the College, and ensuring through the divisional offerings the opportunity for students to pursue educational programs in the most efficient and orderly manner. Additionally, the Dean seeks to maintain knowledge of the county's present and potential interest in the Division's and the College's instructional services. The office represents the Division's unique tasks along with its interests and needs to the College while simultaneously coordinating and merging the Division into the College's defined philosophy, missions, goals and strategic plan. The Dean works closely with other Divisional Deans in the development of procedures and in the administration of the Divisions to ensure consistency in the interpretation and application of policy.
- Meeting the requirements to be a full-time faculty member in one of the disciplines/programs offered by the division, i.e., a Master's degree in one of the disciplines/programs offered by the division (TESOL, ESOL, Linguistics, Adult Education) or a Bachelor's degree in one of the disciplines/programs offered by the division and a Master's degree.
- Five (5) to seven (7) years of successfully writing, managing and evaluating regional, state, and federal grants.
- Seven (7) years of administrative experience.
The College of Lake County is known for academic excellence, strong student support services and cultural and community leadership. Located halfway between Chicago and Milwaukee in an area with over 75 inland lakes, it serves a 442-square-mile district with a population of 713,000 residents—the third largest population in the Illinois community college system. Accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and a member of the North Central Association, the college has a diverse student body of more than 17,000. www.clcillinois.edu
Salary is competitive. For a detailed job description and to apply: Applications are accepted only online at jobs.clcillinois.edu through 01-25-2013.
The College of Lake County is an equal opportunity employer and has a strong commitment to diversity. In that spirit, it seeks a broad spectrum of candidates including minorities, women and people with disabilities. EOE/AA/M/F/D/V