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Job No. 143214

  • Job Title:
  • Assistant Dean of Construction & Architectural Technologies
  • Employer:
  • Pennsylvania College of Technology
  • Location:
  • Williamsport , PA
  • Posting Date:
  • 11-Sep-2020
  • Description:
  • Position Summary
    The individual will be responsible for daily operation, organization, administration, general effectiveness, and supervision of construction and architectural technology programs, including but not limited to future program planning, development, and accreditation processes.

    Position Work Calendar 12-month
    Position Work Hours/Week
    37.5 hours per week

    Abilities and Skills
    *Developed supervisory and leadership skills. (Minimum)
    *Excellent oral and written communication skills. (Minimum)
    *Ability to develop and implement teaching strategies that meet the educational needs of a diverse student body. (Minimum)
    *Sensitivity to expectations of students, faculty, staff, and advisory committee members. (Minimum)
    *Must possess a valid driver’s license. (Minimum)
    *Commitment to and knowledge of vocational and technical education. (Minimum)

    Education
    *Master’s degree in subject appropriate to the division’s disciplines. (Minimum)
    *Doctoral degree in subject appropriate to the division’s disciplines, engineering, education, or related field. (Desired)

    Experience
    *Three (3) years teaching experience at the undergraduate level. (Minimum)
    *Experience with curriculum development. (Minimum)
    *Knowledge of and participation in external accreditation processes. (Minimum)
    *Experience with course level, program level, and institution-wide assessment practices. (Minimum)
    *Three (3) years related experience working within a construction or architectural technology discipline. (Desired)
    *Faculty evaluation experience. (Desired)
    *Involvement with diverse instructional models, such as distance learning, hybrid offerings, and/or weekend instructional offerings. (Desired)
    *Substantive experience in grant writing and management. (Desired)

    Responsibilities and Duties
    Essential:
    -Serve as cost center administrator for division.
    -Provide leadership to division faculty on instructional and assessment matters.
    -Coordinate with faculty and the Dean on the annual assessment and review of curricular offerings within the assistant dean’s purview.
    -Collaborate with faculty and interfacing departments on materials for program reviews, the program accreditation processes as well as all future re-accreditation processes.
    -Serve as the cost center administrator for the division.
    -Develop and administer the division operating and capital equipment budgets, with input from faculty, tool room attendants, administrative support staff, and other members of the School leadership team.
    -Assist with recruitment and retention efforts that support division disciplines, including but not limited to pre-college programs, high school and CTC visits, School tours, open house, and coordinating other on-campus events.
    -Oversee all aspects of new student matriculation within the division, including orientation programming and monitoring incoming student schedules.
    -Explore, develop and direct the articulation process with appropriate institutions.
    -Supervise and/or evaluate appropriate faculty and staff in accordance with the faculty evaluation plan.
    -Assume responsibility for division personnel issues and decisions after consultation with the Dean and/or Human Resources.
    -Lead the search process to recruit and retain new full-time and part-time faculty, as well as appropriate staff positions.
    -Provide leadership to the faculty in the development, implementation, and ongoing revisions of a formal and systematic learning assessment plan and reporting system.
    -In coordination with department heads and/or lead faculty, oversee development of program master schedules and faculty schedules that comply with the PCEA Agreement.
    -Become familiar with the College Education Association agreement and assure school compliance with all parameters.
    -Oversee development, administration, and monitoring of curricula in accordance with accreditation standards and the mission of the College.
    -Mentor and be a resource for faculty and staff in the performance of their duties.
    -Coordinate and lead program advisory committee, faculty, and staff meetings.
    -Investigate, recommend, and lead new accreditation efforts for existing and/or new unaccredited programs.
    -Prepare and administer proposals for additional funding and/or equipment sources.
    -Resolve student issues/problems, under his/her supervision, and recommend appropriate resolutions.
    -Review/process academic paperwork related to, but not limited to, curriculum changes, grade changes, pre/co-requisite waivers, external course transfers, drop/adds, course substitutions, transfer credit, and other student transactions.
    -Assure accurate and timely preparation and documentation of catalog revisions.
    -Coordinate, through department heads, academic probation and advising processes and recommend solutions.
    -Recommend to the Dean and the VPAA/Provost the development, implementation, continuance, revision, or phase-out of academic programs.
    -Supervise division facilities, equipment, and inventory; recommend changes/upgrades; monitor utilization and development as required.
    -Establish and facilitate business/industry/other education contacts associated with the instructional process.
    -Coordinate with Institutional Advancement on grants and/or donations, including development of specifications, aiding with donor recognition, facilitating the purchasing process, and appropriate project closeout.
    -In coordination with the faculty, department heads and/or lead faculty, and Dean, develop and implement the division-wide strategic plan, including program-level plans, if necessary.
    -Assist the Dean in the development and administration of the School’s strategic plan.
    -Supervise the division marketing and social media activities in coordination with the Public Relations & Marketing and Admissions offices.
    -Coordinate the off-campus project processes.

    Machines/Tools/Equipment
    *None

    Physical Standards
    *None

    Positions Supervised
    Full and part-time faculty within the following academic departments:
    - Architectural Technology
    - Building Construction Technology
    - Construction Management
    - HVAC Technology
    - Tool room attendants – Building Construction, HVAC
    *Office Assistant to School of Engineering Tech.
  •  Contact information:
  • Pennsylvania College of Technology
  • Williamsport, PA 17701
  • United States
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