Website Lewis-Clark State College
Lewis-Clark State College invites applications for the position of Provost/Vice President for Academic Affairs.
Salary and rank based on experience and qualifications: $135,000 – $140,000
Degree Requirement: Earned Doctorate
10 years of progressive academic administrative responsibilities .
Full-time college-level teaching.
Experience with regional and program accreditation.
Experience with successful grant writing and implementation.
Demonstrated ability to communicate ideas, influence others, and be a consensus builder.
Demonstrated leadership ability in developing and maintaining effective collaborative relationships with faculty, students, staff, administrators, parents, alumni, state officials, and the community.
Experience managing budgets.
Proficiency in organizing and managing complex function and in problem-solving.
Commitment to diversity.
Demonstrated knowledge in multiple instructional delivery modalities.
Knowledge of and proficiency in curriculum development and assessment.
Experience in graduate education program/curricula development and administration.
Career-Technical Education including non-credit instructional programs.
Knowledge of best practices in student retention and success.
Experience with academic and research grant oversight and administration.
Articulates the mission of the college effectively on and off campus.
Provides visionary leadership for instructional and other assigned programs.
Represents the concerns of the faculty, professional staff, and students to the President and other administrators.
Assumes responsibility for faculty and program evaluation and development.
Maintains the integrity of the college by ensuring all college programs meet the standards of the state of Idaho and regional and specialized accrediting bodies.
Carries out the policies of the Idaho State Board of Education and Lewis-Clark State College.
Serves on the Council of Academic Affairs and Programs and other assigned committees/ ad hoc work groups of the Idaho State Board of Education.
Oversees the work of the faculty.
Oversees academic affairs personnel hires/replacements per college policies and procedures (e.g., full-time, part-time, and adjunct faculty).
Chairs appropriate committees.
Coordinates the work of the faculty through instructional deans, division chairs, and faculty committees.
Collaborates with other administrators and faculty to develop and implement program-specific recruitment and marketing strategies.
Ensures instructional programs at the college strive for excellence in providing the best possible educational experience for students.
Advocates an environment of shared governance in which the faculty thrives.
Supervises the instructional Deans and others as assigned by the President.
Provides assistance to the President as needed.
Assumes leadership per LC State policy 1.101 in the President’s absence.
Serves as a member of President’s Cabinet, and President’s Council.
Prepares and oversees management of the budgets for instructional and assigned programs.
Assesses the college’s curriculum and recommends changes to support the college’s enrollment and other strategic goals.
Assumes additional responsibilities as assigned by the President.
Application Procedure: Please upload the following documents
Cover Letter expressing interest in the position and outlining relevant experience and qualifications
Name, phone numbers, email addresses of 5 professional references. Include reference to the relationship with the applicant.
For priority consideration, application materials should be submitted by Friday, December 17, 2021. Position will remain open until filled.
This position is subject to the successful completion of a criminal background check. LCSC is an EEO/AA/VETS employer.
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