Initial salary range of $42,102 to $48,417 depending on education and experience.
Associate Dean of Education & College and Career Preparation
In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required verification document upon hire.
Valid driver's license.
Arizona Adult Education Certification or ability to obtain certification within 6 mo. of hire.
- M.A. in English, Education, Reading, Mathematics, or Bachelor’s degree with experience in basic skills instruction and documented teaching experience.
- Teach developmental courses in reading, writing, math, and study skills including literacy, ABE, HSE and college preparation courses. Load equals 30 credit hours per academic year.
- Initiate and maintain community and in-house liaisons for student recruitment and retention.
- Assist with placement and registration of developmental students.
- Assist with on-going development of overall program and curriculum.
- Assume primary responsibility for on-going development and coordination of one curriculum area.
- Utilize and manage technology-assisted instruction.
- Serves as campus point-of-contact and coordinator of all developmental activities, including Learning Assistants.
- Manage campus activities related to grants and contracts including
- Provide instructional coaching for adjunct faculty and staff at home campus and at least one other site, as assigned.
- Mentor part-time and new faculty.
- Assist with program coordination at special sites.
- Attend meetings, workshops, training sessions, and conferences as required.
- Participate on college, state and other program-related committees.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
- Interact effectively with developmental students to promote learning.
- Ability to utilize instructional technology to both instruct and support student learning.
- Work effectively with colleagues.
- Assimilate unique cultural and organizational situations.
- Develop and manage a program of individualized instruction and use computerized instruction.
- Self-start and self-direct.
- Keep detailed and accurate records.
- Develop and complete reports as needed.
- Recruit students and be aware of community needs in relation to developmental students.