The College of Education (CoEd) is seeking an Assistant Dean of Education Licensure and Accreditation. This is a full-time 1.0 FTE, 12-month, fixed term professional faculty position. Reappointment is at the discretion of the Dean.
Administrator assigned to the College of Education with responsibility for management of the licensure and assessment and accreditation processes.
The Assistant Dean of Education Licensure and Accreditation serves as the OSU administrator of Teacher and Counselor Education Licensure. The position manages the Office of Student Services and Education Licensure and leads program and policy development related to guidelines established by the Oregon Teacher Standards and Practices Commission (TSPC) and Oregon Administrative Rules (OARs). The position interprets and disseminates information to internal and external audiences regarding OSU programs, OARs related to TSPC standards, and program verification for Oregon-prepared students being licensed in other states.
A member of the College's leadership team, the Assistant Dean of Education Licensure and Accreditation ensures communications with stakeholders around licensure. This includes advising students, faculty, and staff on the impact of Oregon Administrative Rules (OARs) on individual students and programs, and guiding program faculty through the TSPC Program Approval process. This position is also responsible for monitoring licensure data input quality and accuracy; working with the Dean, staff, and the Associate Dean of Academics Affairs on state and federally mandated reporting (TSPC, Title II, CAEP, Chief Education Office); and interpreting and distributing these to appropriate internal and external audiences. This position also supervises education program instructional faculty and staff assigned to the Office of Licensure & Field Services.
Accordingly, the Assistant Dean of Education Licensure and Accreditation will collaborate with Program Chairs, Leads, and Coordinators to ensure the College is meeting its licensure, accreditation, and strategic goals, including those for equity, diversity, and inclusion.
Typically requires Master's degree in related field with a minimum of 6 years experience in management responsibilities
●Doctorate in related field ●3 years of K-12 teaching and/or K-12 administrative experience ●Experience working with teacher education and/or counselor education candidates ●Demonstrated policy development and/or maintenance experience with an academic licensure program ●6 years of leadership experience with management responsibilities including responsibilities for hiring, training, assigning work, and managing and supervising performance of staff ●Experience in financial analysis, budget planning, and forecasting, using appropriate software and applications ●Experience leading the writing of large-scale reports for teacher education and/or counseling education accreditation and assessment ●Experience leading school/university partnerships and collaborations ●Experience in contract negotiation ●Demonstrated knowledge of accreditation and licensure requirements for school counseling and teacher education ●Demonstrated commitment to enhancing diversity and social justice ●Demonstrated exceptional written and verbal communication skills ●Demonstrated experience working in a higher education system ●Proven ability to work strategically on complex issues
Additional Salary Information: Commensurate with training, education, and experience
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