POSITION SUMMARY: Reporting to the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, this full time academic/administrative position is responsible for the direction of a number of key domains within the Office of Academic Affairs. The Associate Provost will have primary oversight of the Regional locations and will work to ensure full integration of these sites across the College. The Associate Provost will also be responsible for leading a wide range of new innovations that include: directing new program development initiatives, leading efforts to integrate technology and pedagogy and the exploring new models for delivery of academic programs. Additional responsibilities include: faculty development, program review, student learning outcomes, grant writing, Institutional Review Board (IRB), and accreditation related matters. The Associate Provost will be part of the Deans Council and Management Council, working closely with Regional Center Directors, and several administrative divisions.
- An earned doctorate and a record of successful management experience in higher education.
- Minimum five years leadership experience in a higher education organization.
- Knowledge of the following: higher education practice and policies, educational philosophy, curriculum design and program innovations.
- Knowledge of regional and professional accrediting association policies and standards
- Strong leadership skills that promote dedication, creativity, innovation and growth
- Knowledge of the goals, objectives, structure and operations of the various types and levels of higher education
- Ability to travel to Regional Center Locations
- Successful entrepreneurship in developing and implementing innovative revenue-generating programs.
- Successful utilization of instructional technologies and distance learning methods.
- Comprehensive understanding of sound institutional financial practices and demonstrated success in strategic planning and budget management.
- Demonstrated excellent written, oral and interpersonal communication skills, including successful presentation to a wide variety of audiences.
- Strong innovative and collaborative skills in effectively working with internal and external constituencies and organizations.
- Commitment to diversity initiatives, affirmative action and equal opportunity.
- Experience with a highly diverse intercultural population.
- A demonstrated capacity to work collaboratively and ability to build consensus.
- A good sense of humor.
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