About Genesee Community College:
Genesee Community College is a public, open admission, learner-centered college. The College was founded in 1966 and serves a 2,300 square mile region in Western New York. Core values of the college include a commitment to quality, access, innovation, and highly personalized service. The College serves approximately 6,000 full-and part-time credit students each semester and more than 10,000 continuing education students each year. The atmosphere is informal and faculty and staff members work as a team to ensure that the College provides the best educational, social, and cultural opportunities to students and other community members. Genesee takes pride in its many fine programs, technological advances, and community involvement.
Responsible to the Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs for coordinating development, organization, supervision, evaluation, growth and implementation of all distance/eLearning initiatives. Responsible for instructional technology, Media Services and related areas as appropriate. Responsible for oversight of Campus Centers. Responsible for coordination of credit course offerings for working adult and mixed student population. Responsible for hiring, training, and evaluation of all staff in areas supervised, and collaboration with other managers in faculty assessment. Responsible for budget development, administrative and long-range planning, and deployment of resources for units supervised. Functions with other Deans on administrative team for all institutional academic affairs, under general supervision of Provost, and performs other duties as appropriate.
Has direct responsibility for the growth and development, as well the day-to-day management, of all functions of synchronous and asynchronous distance learning programs, working closely with faculty, staff and other Deans.
Supervises planning, coordination, staffing, development and all other aspects of GCC Campus Centers
Coordinates the development of course offerings to ensure nontraditional students will be able to complete programs in a timely manner.
Supervises Global Learning Initiatives.
Staffs distance/eLearning courses in consultation with area Deans.
Supervises Instructional Design staff and processes, and assists in initiation, training of faculty in course development, design, assessment, and online / hybrid course pedagogy and andragogy.
Initiates, collaborates with other deans and faculty in new program development for online or other distributed delivery.
Recommends to Provost all appointment, promotion, termination of staff in units supervised.
Supervises planning, use, maintenance and inventory of space, equipment and other resources in units supervised.
Prepares annual budget and assumes responsibility for accounting.
Supervises all functions of institutional Media Services.
Keeps abreast of information/instructional technology advances, trends,
technology and appropriate application. Communicates to faculty and staff new innovations, plans, and applies to instruction as appropriate.
Supervises appropriate areas of instructional technology, working closely with Computer Services, faculty, staff and management.
Defines job responsibilities, facilitates training, establishes schedules and evaluates all personnel in units supervised.
Seeks, assists with securing, and supervises implementation of external funding initiatives as appropriate to position.
May serve as student academic advisor as appropriate, and may serve as co-op/intern supervisor.
Operates as full-team member with other Deans in overall administration of institutional academic affairs.
Performs other duties as assigned by the Provost.
Actively pursues professional growth and development.
An advanced degree, with preference for an earned doctorate in Information Technology, Instructional Technology, Telecommunications, Higher Education, College Administration or related field.
Minimum of four years of full-time professional experience in managing a comprehensive instructional technology or learning resources program in a higher education setting is required. Minimum three years of experience in managing a broad-based distance learning (eLearning) program is required. Familiarity with distributed learning, media services management and their technologies is required. Experience in managing multiple locations is preferred. Demonstrated working knowledge of information, instructional, and telecommunications technology.
Must be able to demonstrate a strong commitment to diversity.
Applications accepted through March 1. Please include a cover letter, resume, and contact information for four references.