Full time position with great optional benefits that include health, dental and retirement. Starting annual salary range is $66,426.00 to $78,794.00.
General Summary:Under the administrative direction of the Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs, assists in the daily operational activities of the Office of Academic and Student Affairs, its programs, and services, while participating in the development and implementation of campus strategic objectives.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
Provides primary oversight for the work of the Library Director, Coordinator of Workforce Development, and Entrepreneurship & Innovation Program Director.
Provides primary oversight for the work of the Advising, Career & Transfer (ACT) Center, including the Advisors, Career Counselor, Tutor Coordinator, and Accessibility Coordinator.
Provides primary oversight for the work of the Coordinator of High School Programs
Works with appropriate College offices to facilitate student affairs programming.
Adjudicates violations of the Student Code of Conduct, academic misconduct, and academic appeals.
Co-Chairs College Commencement Committee and coordinates other recognition activities; serves on other committees, as needed.
Serves as the institutional liaison between the campus and the System Office with respect to research and data-collection.
Assists in accreditation requirements, including serving as the Accreditation Liaison Officer (ALO) for NECHE.
Provides support for academic programming and articulation agreements, and acts as liaison to colleges with shared programming (RVCC LPN @ LRCC, RVCC @ KSC, etc.).
Provides primary oversight for grant-based programming.
Oversees all areas reporting to the VPASA in their absence.
Manages special projects and/or initiatives as assigned.
Complies with all System, college, state and federal rules and regulations.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Education: Masters degree from a regionally accredited college or university in any academic discipline or in higher education administration/education.
Experience: Six (6) years of experience in higher education, such as teaching, academic services (e.g., academic support services, registrar, etc.), student services/affairs (e.g., student activities, counseling, etc.), enrollment management (admissions, financial aid, etc.) or institutional research, including four (4) years of supervisory or program/project management.
Desired Qualifications:Administrative experience in higher education. Effective oral and written communication skills. Demonstrated ability to work as a team member and as a project leader and foster an environment of teamwork. Ability to foster collaborative relationships and to effectively communicate with diverse student populations and multiple constituents. Experience in curriculum development and evaluation/assessment. Effective project management, organization, communication, and problem-solving skills. Experience in developing and managing budgets, personnel evaluation, and strategic planning. Fluency with learning management systems such as Canvas and EAB Navigate and with Oracle-based administrative software systems, such as Banner. Experience in adjudicating cases of violations of the Student Code of Conduct and/or of academic misconduct. Experience with student development programming and support services and administrative experience with student activities. Ability to effect innovation and change.
Disclaimer Statement: This class specification is descriptive of general duties and is not intended to list every specific function of this class title.
Community College System Of New Hampshire