The Vice President for Academic Affairs and Campus Administrator reports to the President and is accountable for the overall success of the academic affairs functions of the College specifically and the oversight of the Superior Campus in general. The primary responsibility is to promote the College’s Mission, Vision and Values by providing effective and efficient leadership of all academic departments, instruction and curriculum, scheduling, programming, student learning, assessment, accreditation, online learning, international education, career prep and faculty development. In addition, as Campus Administrator, provides general oversight to the campus which is located in Superior, Wisconsin. The units of the Academic Affairs Division include: Allied Health, Trade and Technical, Business, Personal and Consumer Services, General Education, and Adult Basic Education. The Vice President serves on the President’s Cabinet, as the representative of Wisconsin’s Instructional Services Administrator group, and various Wisconsin Technical College System community, state, and national organizations.
Education and Experience:
1. Master’s degree required from an accredited institution. Doctorate degree, desired.
2. Two years (full-time equivalency) of teaching or counseling experience required.
3. Five years of progressively responsible senior administrative experience in higher education required, preferably in a technical or community college with demonstrated experience and operational skills in the areas of finance, budget preparation, management and staff development and evaluation;
4. Experience developing and implementing policies and procedures related to academic affairs.
5. Experience working with community groups and organizations.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
1. Ability to provide leadership in the design, development and implementation of academic affairs division programs and services.
2. Excellent management, budgetary, supervisory and problem-solving skills.
3. Demonstrated ability to work effectively and build partnerships at all levels of the College and with diverse populations.
4. Current knowledge and understanding of laws, policies, theories and practices related to students and employees in higher education environment.
5. Understanding of the Technical College Mission.
6. Exceptional communication skills demonstrated through public speaking, presentation experience and written work.
Note: In the assessment of credentials, a higher rating may be given for education/ training, skills and experience beyond the minimum qualifications.
Closing Date: 04/12/2013
Special Instructions to Applicants: Your application will be considered complete when we have received a completed online application, a cover letter addressing all of the qualifications for this position, a resume, and original or copies of official college transcripts.
Please mail transcripts, if unable to scan, to Human Resources:
505 Pine Ridge Drive
Shell Lake WI 54871
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