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Dean of Student Development

Institution: Houston Community College
Location:
Houston, Texas
Category:
Admin-Student Affairs and Services
Posted: 07/01/2013
Type: Fulltime
Application Due: Open until filled
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Job Requisition Number 004085 Internal Posting Only Open to all Internal and External applicants Job Title (Job Title as shown on the Job Description) *Dean of Student Development Job Code (The job code is listed on the Job Description) M0024 Position Number (Position Number to be filled in by Budget Position Control or HR) 2787 Position Number (Position Number to be filled in by Budget Position Control or HR) Job Type Full-Time Restricted Funding (Contingent upon continuation of funding) N/A Job Category Administrative/Staff Faculty Contract Length (i.e. number of paid working months for position) 12 Months College Northwest Department Name Northwest: Student Devlopment; JNA Location As Assigned Job Open Date 06-20-2013 Job Close Date Open Until Filled Salary Plan EXEC - Executive Salary Grade E10 Starting Salary Range Salary commensurate with education and experience FLSA Status Exempt Work Hours As assigned, hours may vary. Job Summary The Dean of Students and Community Development is responsible for the development and supervision of all facets of the comprehensive student services and community development programs for the College. Included among the Dean's responsibilities are supervision of assessment and counseling, enrollment management, financial aid, student development, and student judicial affair. The Dean is also responsible for community development and school relations. The Dean ensures that there is coordination with the system-wide student services. Reports To (Title of individual) President (May change at later time) Responsibilities Work directly with Academic and Workforce Deans to develop a comprehensive academic advising program for the college. Assist in the development and implementation of International Education initiatives. Develop college wide comprehensive student services and community development programs, which address the needs of each college that are consistent with the system- wide programs and address the particular needs of the College. Develop and implements long-range recruitment and retention goals consistent with the college's strategic planning efforts. In conjunction with the appropriate staff, formulates institutional objectives related to student services and community development. Develop and supervise a student services and community development budget. Supervise, directly or through appropriate personnel, all student services and community development activities within the College. Develop and maintain services that can be provided by the college for special student populations and monitors accessibility of facilities for physically challenged students. Work with key community leaders and community organizations for the college network. Serve as a member of the system-wide councils for student services and community development, ensuring college needs are met by system wide programs and that system wide programs are implemented within the college. Administer student discipline cases within the college. Assist with development of grant proposals in the area of student services and community development. Evaluate student services and community development personnel according to established policies and procedures and assists them with professional development plans. Develop and coordinate the activities of a College Speaker's Bureau. Supervisory Responsibilities Supervise, directly or through appropriate personnel, all student services and community development activities within the College. Evaluate student services and community development personnel according to established policies and procedures and assists them with professional development plans. Budgeting Authority Yes Travel Required Yes; Primarily between campuses Education Requirements Master's degree in student services, educational administration, or related fields is required. Doctorate degree strongly preferred. NOTE: If you are using your college degree to qualify for this position, you must provide a photocopy of the transcript at the interview if your transcripts are not attached online. For this position, please do not mail, fax, or bring to Human Resources any resumes, cover letters, portfolios or other un-requested materials. If you are selected for hire, an official transcript is required at that time. If you have any questions, you may contact Employment Services at (713) 718-8565. Certification Requirements Experience Requirements Minimum of five (5) years of successful leadership and management of student affairs programs and activities with increasing levels of responsibility. NOTE: Part-time experience will be counted as half of full-time experience; for example, two (2) years of part-time experience will equal one (1) year of full-time experience. Direct experience servicing special populations is preferred. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Knowledge of assessment and counseling, enrollment management, financial aid, student development, and student judicial affairs required. Familiarity with the role of community college in community development and school relations. Demonstrated ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships with students, faculty, staff, and the community. Demonstrated excellence in oral, written, and interpersonal skills with an awareness of current issues in higher education as they affect student services and community development. Computer Skills Requirements Physical Ability Requirements Security Sensitive Position Special Instructions for Applying NOTE: If you are using your college degree to qualify for this position, you must provide a photocopy of the transcript at the interview if your transcripts are not attached online. For this position, please do not mail, fax, or bring to Human Resources any resumes, cover letters, portfolios or other un-requested materials. If you are selected for hire, an official transcript is required at that time. If you have any questions, you may contact Employment Services at (713) 718-8565. Additional Credentialing Process Requirements Acceptable Evaluation Agencies of international transcripts for US equivalence are listed as follows: Evaluators in Texas Foreign Credential Services, Inc., Austin, TX 512-459-8428 phone http://www.fcsa.biz/ Global Credential Evaluators, College Station, TX 979-690-8912 phone http://www.gcevaluators.com International Academic Credential Evaluators, Denton, TX 940-383-7498 phone http://www.iacei.net SDR Educational Consultants, Houston, TX 713-460-5344 phone http://sdr.netfirms.com SpanTran Educational Services, Inc., Houston, TX 713-266-8805 phone http://www.spantran-edu.org Evaluators Out of State Career Consulting International, Sunrise, FL 800-771-4723 phone http://www.thedegreepeople.com Center for Applied Research Evaluation & Education,Anaheim, CA 714-237-9272 phone http://www.iescaree.com Education Evaluators International, Providence, RI 401-521-5340 phone http://www.educei.com Education International, Wellesley, MA 781-235-7425 phone http://www.educationinternational.org Educational Credential Evaluators, Milwaukee, WI 414-289-3400 phone http://www.ece.org International Education Research Foundation, Inc., Culver City, CA 310-258-9451 phone http://www.ierf.org Josef Silny & Associates, Inc., Miami, FL 305-273-1616 phone http://www.jsilny.com World Education Services, Chicago, New York, Miami 800-937-3895 or 305-358-6688 phone http://www.wes.org south@wes.org Evaluations from other agencies may be approved on a case-by-case basis. Contact the Transfer Office(713-718-8535). Supplemental Documentation Required Preferences Doctorate degree strongly preferred. Direct experience servicing special populations is preferred. Quicklink www.hccsjobs.com/applicants/Central?quickFind=183610 Criminal History Background Check Notification In accordance with HCC policies and procedures, effective September 1, 2005 all new hires (FT/PT) will be required to undergo a pre-employment Criminal History Background Check which may include verification of employment history of any and all personnel files, education/training records, character references; criminal arrests and conviction records; criminal and civil court records; birth records, citizenship records; vehicle registration records; and any other public records. A pre-employment Drug Test and/or Alcohol Test may also be required if the position has been designated a safety-sensitive position or as otherwise required by state and/or federal law.

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