The Kuskokwim Campus is recruiting to fill the Assistant Director position. This position will require strong leadership at the campus.
10Draft grant applications with director and coordinators and coordinate final grant submittal. Draft grant reports with director and coordinators.Essential
10Manage the KuC test center. Act as Lead Program Administrator for ETS Praxis testing. Oversee the distance education testing program, including supervision of the Distance Education Administrative Assistant.Essential
10Oversee instructor and course approvals for non-credit continuing education by supervising Continuing Education coordinator.Essential
20Take a leading role in the KuC management team. Attend and participate in campus and university work groups and represent campus instructional services in various settings. Participate as a member of the KuC Operations Team (advisor to the campus director). Serve as acting director in the director’s absence.Essential
50Oversee a wide range of instructional support and development services at KuC. Coordinate on-campus, learning center, dual credit/tech prep and distance course schedules. Serve as academic liaison to the campus Academic Review Committee and to the College of Rural Community Development in the planning, implementation and assessment of the campus instructional program. Facilitate approvals for campus credit courses and adjunct instructors, ensuring maintenance of academic and university standards, rules, and regulations. Collaborate with regional employers, school districts and community members to offer relevant coursework and develop relevant programs through KuC. Maintain a qualified pool of adjunct instructors to support the on-campus educational program. Provide instructional support to faculty and adjunct faculty.Essential
Kuskokwim Campus (KuC) is a branch of University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF). Completely off the road system and four hundred miles west of Anchorage, Bethel is a hub community for forty-seven Yup’ik Eskimo villages in the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta, a geographic region roughly the size of the state of Louisiana. KuC offers the only Bachelor’s degree in Yup’ik Language and Culture in the world, and a majority of its students are Yup’ik and from the local region. Village life is driven by traditional subsistence fishing, hunting, and gathering combined with a modern cash economy. Most students are first generation, attend part-time and work either full- or part-time. KuC operates a 38-bed dormitory for full-time students and cohorts.
KuC is seeking an assistant director to oversee development and instructional support activities, developing and maintaining partnerships primarily with local organizations, hiring and supervising adjunct instructors, working on projects related to campus organization and operations, and standing in when the director travels or is on leave. This is a great opportunity to experience leadership, management and collaborative skills.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Knowledge: Basic knowledge of the university, its schools, colleges, and departments. Working knowledge of budget development and tracking. Knowledge of all UAF certificates, degrees, departments and processes. Applied knowledge of best practices
Six (6) years of progressively responsible experience in higher ed and management. Demonstrated supervisory experience in multi-function service areas which require academic and/or project leadership, and personnel and fiscal responsibilities.
Required Experience or Training:
Bachelor's degree in relevant field.
11-months, Full-Time, Salary: DOE
To apply for this position, please submit the following:
- Cover letter detailing your qualifications and interest in the position
- Resume/Curriculum Vitae
- The names and contact information for three professional references to include previous supervisors
Review of applications will begin . To ensure your application is considered, you must apply by 11:59 pm on .
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