Maintain a weekly work schedule designed to ensure proper supervision of program affairs and regular attention to the program's requirements;
Plan, execute and evaluate annual program goals, objectives, and related activities based on the needs of the program, the department, division and the college for improved performance;
Recommend, implement and enforce academic policies and procedures, administrative rules and regulations, and other controls intended to maintain order and the highest standards of instruction;
Maintain communication amongst the program faculty through means of written and verbal communications, and through other personnel management strategies;
Maintain complete program maintenance records as needed (including for equipment), process reports, forms, schedules, and all other required paper work in a timely, efficient manner, checking for the legibility, accuracy and correctness of all data; and,
Maintain supportive relations at all times with all department program units, all other branches of the division and the college, providing assistance to them in carrying out their authorized functions and securing their cooperation for program operations in accordance with administrative policies and/or procedures.
Assign, supervise and evaluate program faculty;
Encourage professional development among all assigned program faculty;
Interview and recommend the appointment of full and faculty and provide for orientation of new program employees as needed.
Develop, revise, and evaluate the instructional program, facilitating innovation in curriculum and instructional development;
Execute the revision and distribution of all plans of study, course outlines, and other curriculum information, including a copy for publication;
Support the functions of the Office for Curriculum Development, including adherence to all facets of the academic change process;
Ensure that the program is in full compliance with the requirement for accreditation, certification and/or other standards stipulated by appropriate external agencies;
Develop and maintain productive relations with those businesses, industries, and other organizations in the community which are pertinent to the program and prospective graduates and with which the college may hold contracts, other agreements, or arrangements
Recommend program needs for personnel, equipment, supplies, and materials, facilities, space, and other resources, maintaining functional facilities and equipment, and maintaining security and inventory records;
Effect preparation and processing of contracts for adjunct faculty, and,
Maintain records of program faculty including leave requests, tardiness, and premature departures; collect and distribute related documentation via the appropriate administrative channel.
5.Curriculum Program Management:
Review semester course offerings and class schedules to ensure that they meet the program requirements, the needs of students, and are offered in a way that ensures efficient and effective utilization of college resources while meeting the program’s mission;
Maintain supportive relations at all times with all other units and branches of the department, the division, and college and providing assistance to them in carrying out their respective functions and securing their cooperation for the program operation;
Utilize effective instructional technology to deliver curricular content in non-traditional formats and to supplement the delivery of content through traditional means;
If a Master's degree is held, complete training for and teach a section of the ACA college success course as part of overall teaching load; and,
Otherwise ensure that accountable instruction is being provided at all times; instructors are on time and prepared, all classes/labs are properly covered, instruction is conducted as scheduled, and course and program objectives are being met.
6.Non-credit Program Management:
Ensure the program is actively recruiting students to enroll in programs; Schedule and attend events in Orange and Durham counties to promote programs; Facilitate the development of marketing materials;
Oversee the hiring of instructors, lab assistants, and others to support the program;
Incorporate non-credit programming into curricular offerings;
Maintain an inventory of supplies, equipment, course materials, and other resources to support instruction;
Serve as an advocate for the Northern Durham Campus as the location for non-credit offerings;
Maintain a teaching load as established by the college within the range of 9 to 12 credit hours or 9 to 15 contact hours per semester, given the position;
Represent the program, the department, the division or the college in institutional assignments, professional activities, and uphold such involvement among program members;
Provide support and assistance in conducting student recruitment and registration, determining admission requirements and procedures, orientation of new students, job placement of graduates, and other related activities as needed; and,
Assume other appropriate responsibilities and perform additional tasks as assigned by the assistant dean, the dean, the vice president and/or the president in meeting the needs of the college.
The director/instructor is responsible for the management, operation, and supervision of the Electronics Engineering/Biomedical Equipment Technology programs in the Applied Technologies Discipline. This includes the planning, implementation, coordination, and evaluation of program components, services, personnel, and related activities. The director/instructor will work closely with their assigned assistant dean on matters related to and for the benefit of the specific program. Working closely and in harmony with program faculty, the director/instructor promotes and provides professional leadership and unit direction in all program affairs.
Associate's degree in Electronics Engineering or a related field.