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Dean of Institutional Effectiveness and Planning

Posted on1/4/2018
Job typeFull-time
Reports toVice President, Instruction and Student Services
Reports in officeInstitutional Effectiveness and Planning
Application due dateJanuary 15, 2018
Job start daten/a
CityOregon City
State/ProvinceOregon
Other Location97045-7998
InstitutionClackamas Community College
Institution descriptionThe Dean of the Division of Institutional Effectiveness and Planning provides leadership for the College in alignment with the college's mission, values and strategic priorities by contributing to communicating and supporting a shared institutional vision; coordinating and implementing strategic planning; and supporting continual improvement through assessment. The division is responsible for curriculum and scheduling processes, facilities scheduling, institutional research, academic grants coordination, education partnerships, faculty professional development (teaching and learning), assessment, accreditation, the college library, and Learning Management System (LMS) operations and student support. As a member of the college leadership cabinet, this position is critical to building and maintaining effective lines of communication, collaboration and working relationships, both internally and externally to the college.
Job dutiesManagement and Supervision Responsibilities:
Build and maintain effective lines of communication with students, faculty, classified staff, managers, College departments, community partners, and the public on behalf of the College. Professionally and effectively respond to inquiries from College departments, educational institutions, students, the community, and/or external agencies.

Participate in college committees as assigned and represent the college with appropriate state and local organizations. Committee assignments include: Mission Fulfillment Committee, Presidents' Council, Expanded Presidents' Council, Leadership Cabinet, Instructional Standards and Procedures, College Council, Curriculum Committee, Assessment Committee, Council of Instructional Administrators (CIA).

Provide leadership and support to chairs and directors responsible for daily operational management, including communicating about institutional needs and priorities to the division. Plan, monitor and develop division budget, consulting with division leaders and campus personnel on issues and projects. Supervise both supervisory and non-supervisory employees, including recruitment, development, support and evaluation, and effectively recommending and implementing personnel actions. This position supervises administrative, faculty, and classified staff.
QualificationsMINIMUM/MANDATORY EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:
Master's degree and five years experience in leadership, including alignment of budgeting, planning, and strategic priorities in academic environment. Organization, planning, budgeting, personnel, decision-making, supervisory, and/or human relations experience required. Must have a broad understanding of instructional and student service operations (curriculum, instruction, accreditation, college operations, etc.). Must have knowledge of local, state and federal regulations related to course and program offerings, and the ability to translate regulations into non-technical terms. Requires a thorough knowledge of supervisory and personnel principles. Must have effective oral and written communication skills, the ability to analyze and interpret data, and knowledge of technology and software related to the position, including planning, budgeting, learning, and research.
Salary rangeDependent on qualifications and experience
Salary benefitsIn addition to a rewarding and exciting career opportunity, Clackamas offers a complete benefits package for eligible employees and their families (including domestic partners) with a broad range of benefits options. Benefits available to Clackamas employees include:

Core Benefits:
Complete health insurance package, including medical, dental, vision, employer-paid life insurance, long-term disability insurance, and employee assistance programs.


Voluntary Benefits:
Voluntary additional life insurance, short term disability insurance, flexible spending accounts.

Qualifying employees will receive contributions to the Public Employee's Retirement System (PERS) as well as the opportunity to enroll in optional 403(b) and 457(b) deferred compensation plans.

Additional perks of joining Clackamas include tuition waiver for employees and their qualifying dependents, on-campus wellness activities, professional development opportunities, and generous leave policies.
Application procedureTo learn more and to apply please visit our website.