• Academic Dean

    Location US-FL-Pensacola
    Posted Date 1 month ago(11/15/2018 11:32 AM)
    Job ID
    # Positions
    Academics - Academic Affairs
  • Overview

    The Dean/Director of Education sets the standards of educational quality and supports the efforts of the faculty and staff to achieve maximum educational effectiveness. He/she develops academic policies and programs for the institution, directs and coordinates activities of department/program chairpersons, faculty, and provides general direction to Registrar and Librarian of the institution. As the academic head of the institution, advises the School Director, National Director of Education and Vice President of Education on all retention and academic matters. The Dean/DOE also serves as the liaison officer with accrediting and licensing agencies. In the absence of the School Director, may serve as chief administrative officer.


    Documented expertise in operations and management of academic affairs and personnel as demonstrated by resume, references, transcripts, certifications, etc.
    Ability to hire, train and supervise department chairpersons, faculty and other academic personnel.
    Excellent verbal, written and computer skills including Microsoft Office Suite and Student Database Management System.
    Minimum of 5 years experience in management of proprietary post secondary school education, public school, or appropriate corporate training is required.
    Must have previous teaching experience and competency necessary to lead and manage curriculum development, educational effectiveness assessment and improvement; and faculty development and performance appraisals. Strong experience in student outcomes, retention strategies and problem solving abilities is needed.
    A Bachelors degree is required, Masters in Education and/or Ph.D. preferred. Certifications and licenses in appropriate area of expertise may be required as per the specific requirements of regulatory agencies.


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