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Vice President of Instruction

Company: Hill College
Location: Burleson
Posted on: May 28, 2023

Job Description:

Campus/Location: - Johnson County Campus, Cleburne, TX; Burleson Educational Center, Burleson, TX, Hill County Campus, Hillsboro, TX Pay Classification: X *Preference may be given to candidates who reside in or are willing to relocate to Hill, Johnson, Bosque, Somervell and Hood counties. Job Summary: Serves as the Chief Academic Officer of Instructional Programs. Oversees all areas of instruction including: Learning Innovations and Library Services, Instructional Pathways, and Job Training and Workforce Partnerships. Minimum Required Education: -

  • Master's degree in a field that aligns with one of the four Hill College pathways or higher education.
  • Preferred: Doctoral degree in a field that aligns with one of the four Hill College pathways or higher education. Minimum Required Experience: -
    • At least three years' experience as an academic leader in college/university administration.
    • Supervisory experience and broad-based leadership and management skills.
    • Prior teaching experience at the college/university level. Core Duties:
      • Serves as the chief academic officer of the institution, responsible for the instructional enterprise, including program development and assessment; faculty appointment; professional development, evaluation; and development of academic policies and procedures.
      • Co-leads the development and implementation of data-informed strategies to improve college access; admissions and enrollment processes; and increase retention, progression, and graduation.
      • Committed to instructional excellence, student success, and the elimination of equity gaps.
      • Serves as an effective team player and member of the Executive Leadership Team.
      • Is visible and present for faculty, program coordinators, pathway deans, and support staff. Strategic Vision and Program Development:
        • Plays a leadership role in developing and ensuring execution of a vision that advances student access, excellence in teaching and learning, and student success across all instructional areas.
        • Provides visionary leadership for and oversees the continuous enrollment and programmatic growth.
        • Understands the importance of aligning teaching practice to different learning styles and utilizing multiple modalities, and works to advance the capacity of faculty college-wide.
        • Stays current on the science of teaching, learning, and assessment, and evidence about optimal student success practices.
        • Demonstrates commitment to evidence-based practice by using data to make decisions, celebrate successes, and communicate priorities; regularly modifies evidence-based strategies and programs to account for changing landscapes, policies, and student needs.
        • Strategically aligns improvements in the learning environment and faculty advising to support institutional goals and efforts to advance student success and equity in access, retention, completion, and post-graduation outcomes.
        • Demonstrates commitment to improving student learning and success through strategic approaches to faculty appointment, professional development, evaluation, and assessment.
        • Demonstrates commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion throughout all levels of the organization
        • Demonstrate commitment to ensuring that instructional programs provide easily; navigated pathways to further education and the workforce.
        • Ensures the integrity and accountability of instructional programs by upholding professional and accreditation standards.
        • Articulates a strategic vision for the institution's goals, operations, revenue streams, expenditures, and resources. Collaboration:
          • Deeply values the engagement of faculty and instructional leaders throughout the college in advancing strategic vision and understands the role of instructional leaders and decision-making processes in institutional transformation.
          • Maintains strong relationships and collaborates with Executive Leadership Team colleagues on efforts to achieve student success and equity goals.
          • Works closely with college leadership to prioritize student success through, for example, program design, course scheduling, and advising.
          • Demonstrates an understanding of the role instructional leaders and faculty can play in supporting effective student advising.
          • Facilitates effective processes that engage instructional leaders and faculty in organizational development and change.
          • Collaborates closely with the CIO and other instructional leaders to develop systems that advance effective online/virtual education and predictive analytics for student success.
          • Advances student learning and success through collaboration with outside entities including employers, K-12 school systems, universities, and community-based organizations.
          • In collaboration with the Hill College liaison to the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools - Commission on Colleges, coordinates and maintains regional and specialized accreditations.
          • Represents the college by participating on various state and local councils, committees, boards, community organizations, and professional associations.
          • In collaboration with pathway deans, program coordinators, and the Executive Leadership Team, recommends annual budget requests for the division and supervises budgeted expenditures. Demonstrated Attributes:
            • Commitment to the community college model and the Hill College mission.
            • Effectively articulates, models, and supports the values and Code of Conduct of Hill College.
            • Commitment to student-centered teaching and learning.
            • Experience making strategic change with a sense of urgency.
            • Experience tackling complex issues and making bold decisions for the good of students and the institution.
            • High degree of emotional intelligence.
            • Experience in effectively handling issues regarding students, faculty, and staff.
            • Strong communication and relationship skills with direct reports and staff, senior leadership, the CEO, and board.
            • High-energy change agent who effectively communicates the "why" ahead of and during anticipated changes. Other Information: -
              • Evening and weekend work required.
              • Performs other responsibilities delegated by President
              • Security sensitive position Physical Requirements: - Sedentary work; exerting up to 10 pounds of force occasionally and/or a negligible amount of force frequently or constantly to lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects, including the human body.

Keywords: Hill College, Dallas , Vice President of Instruction, Executive , Burleson, Texas

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