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SHARE YOUR PASSION.
You're a leader with ideas about improving teaching, learning and student success. You enjoy spending time with faculty and students and look forward to interesting discussions with your colleagues. Here is an opportunity to bring your expertise into a dynamic environment and increase the positive impact of your talent. Spread your enthusiasm for excellence at Harper College.
We welcome you to inspire others, contribute to student success, and enjoy the complete educational experience, collegial setting, and advanced resources of Harper. Share more than your expertise. Share your passion at Harper College.
Harper College is currently seeking applicants for the Associate Dean position in the Center for Adjunct Faculty Engagement (CAFE) at Harper College. The Associate Dean will provide leadership for the provision of instructional support, resources, and professional development for adjunct faculty across all divisions within the College and will manage the day to day operations of the Center for Adjunct Faculty Engagement. In addition to providing direction for short and long range strategic goals for CAFE, the successful candidate will supervise the assistant director and staff as well as develop and maintain collaborative relationships with Division Deans, Department Chairs and Program Coordinators. You will also develop and administer the operating budget, conduct administrative evaluations of adjunct faculty, and oversee the development and presentation of adjunct faculty orientation sessions. Requirements:
- Master's degree, preferable in a discipline represented by one of the Divisions at the College or Instructional Design
- At least two years teaching experience in higher education
- Progressively more responsible experience in an administrative capacity as a department chair, program coordinator or similar academic leadership
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Harper College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Women, ethnic minorities and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.