ASSOCIATE VICE PRESIDENT OF INSTRUCTION
Department: Academic Services
Supervisor: Vice President for Academic Services
Job Summary: The Associate Vice President of Instruction provides leadership for the development and administration of instruction and training for the College including the development of new curricula and short term training to meet the needs of the district. Also provides leadership to Lake Land College’s Adult Education Program, Alternative High School (Pathways), and Carl D. Perkins programs.
Description of Essential Functions:
Work with Division Chairs for academic improvement including curriculum development/revision and selection and purchase of educational equipment. 2. In conjunction with the Division Chairs, develop new curricula and programs to meet the ever changing educational needs of the district. 3. Continually engage with outside constituencies to identify future trends and district needs. 4. Provide administrative oversight to all grants related to instruction and training. 5. Work cooperatively with the Vice President for Academic Services in identifying and implementing faculty development activities, selecting faculty, evaluating faculty and administrators, preparing the college catalog, and preparing class schedules. 6. Recommend basic requirements for physical facilities required and modifications of existing facilities when needed to facilitate the development of new curricula and programs. 7. Ensure that reports and other documents required by state agencies are prepared and submitted in a timely fashion. 8. Coordinate a system of advisory committees for all instructional programs. 9. Supervise the Director of Perkins Programs, Special Projects Coordinator, Adult Education and Transition Coordinator, and Alternative Education Coordinator. 10. Perform all other duties as assigned.
Specific Functional Job Requirements
Education: Master’s Degree Experience: Minimum of five years teaching and/or administrative experience working with community colleges and grant budget requirements. Knowledge: State and federal rules regarding community college operations. Skills: Management abilities including good written and oral skills and ability to solve problems. Personal: Ability to work with people. Physical: Ability to travel. Other: Other related duties as assigned.
Machines & Equipment Used: Computer word processing, spreadsheet, multi-media packages, and database applications.
General Employment Statement: A. Length of Training and Probationary Period: 90 days B. Hours of Work Day: 8 hours C. Group Affiliation: Administrative-Level 18 D. Conditions of Employment: Board Policy E. Position: Exempt