Assistant Dean of Continuing Education and Training – Harford College – Bel Air, MD
HARFORD COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Bel Air, MD
Assistant Dean of Continuing Education and Training
The Assistant Dean of Continuing Education and Training (CET) advances personal enrichment, workforce development, adult literacy and other noncredit programming to meet the needs of the regional businesses community, government employers, and the community at large. The Assistant Dean’s goal is to increase enrollment and net revenue in CET courses and programs.
Duties include, but are not limited to, supervising and managing CET programs and their staffs; developing strong relationships Harford County business, agency and organization leaders; identifying and assessing opportunities and implementing new programming that is responsive to government, corporate and community needs; expanding CET delivery modalities, focusing on high-quality online learning; and formalizing existing and creating new pathways to careers that integrate credit and noncredit courses.
The Assistant Dean is responsible for sunsetting existing programs that are no longer responsive to government, corporate and community needs and do not generate sufficient return on investment.
Other duties include managing and planning budgets; keeping HCC leadership informed as to business trends, best practices and innovations needed to maintain and grow HCC’s critical role in workforce development; managing grants; and performing other duties as assigned, including active engagement in College life by serving on committees, task forces, and participating in College events.
This is an exempt, administrator position reporting to the Dean of Community Education, Business, and Applied Technology.
A master’s degree in Business, Education Leadership, or related field, and a minimum of three years of experience in continuing education and/or training leadership are required.
Applicants will be evaluated on criteria including, but not limited to:
- experience integrating credit and noncredit workforce development pathways
- experience building robust, collaborative partnerships in public and private sectors
- demonstrated competency with and ability to utilize current technology to deliver high-quality online learning environments
- advanced knowledge of the methods, techniques, principles and procedures associated with the development, administration, and implementation of noncredit courses and curriculum related to continuing education, services, and programs
- excellent project management skills
- excellent communications skills
- ability to advance customer service and satisfaction as it relates to students and business clients
- experience in growing revenue and enhancing enrollment
- a vision and plan to advance continuing education and training now and in the future
Salary will be commensurate with education and experience.
For best consideration apply online at http://ww2.harford.edu/HR/JobsFolder/62-2020.asp by October 6, 2019