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This position is accountable for the overall campus management of the respective Academic Affairs college/program(s) and ensures the quality and integrity of the college/program(s) at new and existing campuses and learning centers. This position reports to the Director or Associate Director of Academic Affairs unless otherwise specified.
Primary Accountabilities
NOTE: The primary accountabilities below are intended to describe the general content and requirements of this position and are not intended to be an exhaustive statement of duties. Incumbents may perform all or most of the primary accountabilities listed below. Specific goals or responsibilities will be documented in the incumbents’ performance objectives as outlined by the incumbents’ immediate supervisor or manager.
1. Participates in the selection, assessment, certification, mentoring, evaluation and training of campus faculty. May also participate in the selection, orientation, and training of campus personnel.
2. Supervises activities of Lead Faculty-Area Chairs and Lead Faculty-Instructors assigned to the College.
3. Develops and maintains the quality and integrity of the College’s Programs. This position is accountable for program integrity and implementation at existing campuses, as well as new campuses and learning centers.
4. Develops and maintains strong relationships by serving as a program resource for campus staff, faculty, and students, as well as a liaison to Central Administration Academic Affairs staff and the Dean of the College.
5. Serves as a core Administrative Faculty Member teaching within the college/program curricula.
6. Monitors, reviews, and retains program-specific documents, including internship and practicum documentation when applicable.
7. Monitors and evaluates agencies to determine their effectiveness in providing students with appropriate and relevant experience. Provides recommendations for continued use of agencies. This includes initiating contacts with agencies to secure and update necessary affiliation agreements and appropriate student internship, practicum, and clinical placements as appropriate.
8. Assists Central Administration Academic Affairs personnel, including the Dean from respective college(s), in the development and review of curriculum as well as the assessment of student learning.
9. Participates and may lead task forces and committees to represent and address academic concerns to campus management team and/or Central Administration. This may include participating in the planning, implementation, and coordination of campus and/or regional activities to maximize service quality effectiveness and efficiency.
10. Represents the organization as appropriate in its relationship with the community by participating in targeted events, conferences, meetings, and workshops. This includes developing and maintaining active linkages with agencies and educational institutions to promote positive relationships and to facilitate articulation between the University’s programs and those of other institutions and/or agencies.
11. Maintains a professional and technical knowledge of the curricula by attending educational workshops, reviewing professional publications, establishing personal networks, and participating in professional societies. This includes maintaining a general knowledge of emerging issues and trends related to the respective campus Academic Affairs program(s).
12. Performs other duties as assigned or apparent.
Knowledge Skills & Abilities
General Requirements:
Master’s degree from a regionally accredited university or institution and knowledge of related discipline [required].
Master’s degree in respective academic program and related field experience [preferred].
Doctoral degree preferred, except where required by specific colleges/programs.
Proven experience in teaching and/or administration at a regionally accredited college or university [preferred]. Familiarity with adult education experience [preferred].
Must be able to demonstrate a high level of problem solving and decision-making abilities to respond to student and faculty issues and concerns.
Must possess excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills to communicate with students, faculty, employees, and external parties as it relates to the management of the respective campus Academic Affairs program.
Must possess the ability to convey a professional image, as well as effectively represent the organization as appropriate in its relationship with the community.
Knowledge of adult education principles/practices, curriculum development, and academic content area.
Specific College/Program Requirements:
College of Humanities, College of Natural Sciences, College of Social Sciences
• Master's degree in a liberal arts area.
A master's degree in higher education is acceptable as long as candidate has a strong liberal arts undergraduate degree and experience.
• Minimum of two (2) years teaching experience at the college/university level.
• Must be approved to teach in three (3) or more courses offered in humanities, natural sciences, or social sciences.
College of Social Sciences – with programs in Counseling and Human Services
• Doctorate in Counselor Education, Counseling Psychology, or Psychology preferred; masters degree acceptable.
• Proven experience in the practice of counseling, managing counseling agencies, or administering academic programs.
• Clinical supervision experience required.
• Minimum of two (2) years recent experience in adult education.
College of Criminal Justice and Security
• Master's degree in Criminal Justice, Criminology, Public Administration, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, or Business Administration is acceptable.
• Proven experience in criminal justice administration including law enforcement, courts, corrections, or government or corporate security.
• Minimum of two (2) years recent experience in adult education.
College of Education
• Doctoral degree in Education required.
• Minimum of five (5) years combined recent working experience in P-12 education required. Experience as a P-12 administrator is preferred OR a combination of P-12 experience and experience in higher education (consisting of experience in a school or college of education, student recruitment, counseling, educational and project quality assurance counseling, and/or educational and project quality assurance).
• Must be approved to teach in one or more courses offered by the college.
College of Information Systems and Technology
• Master's degree required.
• Minimum of five (5) years recent working experience in business information systems and technology.
• Must be approved to teach in one or more courses offered by the college.
College of Nursing
• Master's degree in nursing required [doctorate in nursing or other health-related area preferred]
• Minimum of five (5) years combined recent working experience in hospital and/or healthcare departments, or educational institutions.
• Proven experience in managing nursing departments or other managerial experience.
• Active unencumbered, unrestricted RN nursing license (in state of employment) must be maintained throughout employment.
• Must be approved to teach in one or more courses offered by the college.
• Position will report to both the Dean of Nursing and Campus Director of Academic Affairs at campuses that offer compliance and regulatory programs.
Additional Qualifications Specific for the State of Colorado College of Nursing:
• The CCC in Colorado, also known as DNEP, participates in preparing and executing the budget for the Colorado CON campus in collaboration with the Director of Academic Affairs.
• The CCC (DNEP) in Colorado is the acting liaison to the Colorado Board of Nursing with oversight from the Dean of Nursing.
• The CCC (DNEP) in Colorado determines faculty teaching needs and release time for administrative duties based on program needs.
• CCC/DNEP is responsible for adhering to the Colorado Board of Nursing Nurse Practice Act rules and regulations, Colorado State and federal regulations in combination with the Dean and University compliance departments.
School of Business
• Doctoral degree required.
• Minimum of five (5) years recent working experience in business or related field
• Minimum of two (2) years of experience in teaching, business administration or administration at a college/university level.
• Must be approved to teach in one or more courses offered by the school.

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