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Associate Dean of Curriculum, Assessment, and Portfolio Management (School of) District Office
Dallas College is seeking an experienced, highly collaborative leader with a proven track record of enhancing academic quality, leadership excellence, diversity, equity and inclusion, and student success in a dynamic higher education environment. The Associate Dean of Curriculum, Assessment, and Portfolio Management (School Of): Supports the Dean of Curriculum, Assessment, and Portfolio Management in developing and executing the strategic vision and plan for assessment, program review, and learning improvement processes. Works with faculty, other departments, leadership, and staff to develop effective strategies for the assessment of student learning outcomes and core objectives. Provides ongoing support for program review and learning improvement activities, assists with the analysis of assessment methods and results, and reports results to both internal and external stakeholders. Facilitates activity surrounding the collection, evaluation, and dissemination of learning outcomes and core objective data for assigned School(s) Of Reports to: Dean, Curriculum, Assessment, and Portfolio Management
Tutor I - Trio/SSS project participants Eastfield
Provides individual and group tutoring services in an open lab and/or one-on-one setting in support of instructional programs. May participate in developing tutoring resource materials.
Coordinator, Sponsored Programs (Pre-Award) District Office
Responsible for supporting the proposal and implementation of grant-funded programs to ensure program effectiveness in alignment with the college’s objective. Pre-Award supports the College community in proposal development through value-added, high-quality service and professional partnerships with internal and external Principal stakeholders in order to facilitate innovation and student success. Our Pre-Award coordinators work collaboratively with all college branches and a wide variety of proposal development teams and associated partners to prepare grant applications, serving as a dedicated central resource in all matters related to College and Sponsored Programs policies for proposal development, submission, and compliance.
Workforce Admissions Specialist District Office
Creates records and applies criteria to establish eligibility for Dallas College students to pursue continuing education courses and programs
Workforce Course Build Specialist (2 positions) District Office
Builds continuing education courses across Dallas College in collaboration with academic services, establishes courses in Datatel/Colleague system and ensures e-Campus functionality
Assessment Manager District Office
Dallas College is seeking an experienced, highly collaborative leader with a proven track record of enhancing academic quality, leadership excellence, diversity, equity and inclusion, and student success in a dynamic higher education environment. The Assessment Coordinator: Manages learning improvement processes, including learning outcomes and core objective assessment, for the institution. Collaborates with other program review, assessment, and learning improvement coordinators and specialists to execute assessment processes. Conducts trainings on academic assessment across the institution.
Program Review Manager District Office
Dallas College is seeking an experienced, highly collaborative leader with a proven track record of enhancing academic quality, leadership excellence, diversity, equity and inclusion, and student success in a dynamic higher education environment. The Program Review Coordinator: Manages the program review process for the institution. Collaborates with faculty, other program review, assessment, and learning improvement coordinators and specialists to execute program review processes. Conducts trainings on program review across the institution.
Director, Finance and Business Affairs, Foundation District Office
Dallas College is seeking an experienced Director, Finance and Business Affairs who will be responsible for directing the financial and business operations of the Foundation including, but not limited to, planning, monitoring, and managing both private and public funds.
Associate Dean, Special Programs District Office
Dallas College is seeking an experienced, highly collaborative leader with a proven track record of enhancing academic quality, faculty excellence, diversity, equity and inclusion, and student success in a dynamic higher education environment. The Associate Dean, Special Programs is a forward-thinking advocate for student-centered success, holistic well-being, and a champion of intentional inclusion. The Associate Dean reports to the Dean of Thriving Learning Communities and is responsible for providing effective leadership and administrative management for all student care and basic needs programs at Dallas College. This Dean’s position, will create a sense of belonging through student retention initiatives, fosters a strong partnership across Dallas College as well as provides comprehensive leadership and vision always utilizing sound assessment methods to ensure thorough data-driven decisions in advancing the College’s strategic priorities. The Associate Dean of Special Programs will provide the intentional vision and focus for several learning communities via community development, programming and academic support. The Associate Dean will be an innovative strategic thinker with an open and collaborative style of leadership and management that fosters teamwork, sustains a learning environment for students that is student-centric and fosters support.
Director, Athletics District Office
The Executive Athletic Director (EAD) is responsible for the overall administration of a Dallas College’s nationally distinctive athletic program. Overall administration includes staff, student-athlete welfare and the student-athlete experience, stewardship of program resources, student-athlete recruiting, and marketing and communication functions of the department. More importantly, the EAD will not only be responsible for recruitment but retention, completion, transfer and employment. Reporting directly to the Dean of Students and Student Engagement, the Executive Athletic Director is a visionary who will reimagine Dallas College athletics. The EAD will manage an operating budget and related facility accounts. The EAD is knowledgeable about current local, national and industry trends, NJCAA transfer and compliance issues, and other related topics and best practices that will impact the future of Dallas College athletics. The EAD will be expected to create a clear and compelling department-wide strategic plan and vision, while ensuring its goals and objectives are aligned with the College’s goals and objectives. More importantly, the EAD will lead, manage and develop action-oriented initiatives, strategies and tactics that support and inspire diversity, equity and inclusion. This interconnected position collaborates with the Student Success leadership and all of Dallas College.
Senior Manager – Risk Management District Service Center
Provides guidance and leadership in the delivery of services based on functional area of focus ensuring that organizational/district initiatives are met.
Project Manager LeCroy Center
Project manager oversees the planning, development and implementation of a project(s) and prepares documentation/reports for leadership evaluation.
Adjunct Faculty -School of Law and Public Service (Police Academy) Eastfield
Provides instruction for non-credit course(s) within the content specific area.
Adjunct Faculty--Microbiology (School of Engineering, Technology, Mathematics & Science) El Centro
Teaches students effectively in assigned classes and maintains office hours for student consultation.
Director – Grants Management (Grant Funded Position) District Office
1. Collaborates with multiple leaders across Dallas College to leverage current Dallas College programs and initiatives to execute and facilitate grant activities and deliverables. 2. Ensures that associated grant activities are coordinated efficiently and in accordance with associated federal, state, and program guidance. 3. Provides critical support and updates to the Provost; Senior Vice Provost; Vice Chancellor, Workforce and Advancement; Vice Chancellor, Student Success on policy-related matters that impact grant management, compliance, and collaborative efficiency. 4. Collaborates with faculty and staff to provide guidance and assistance with grant and curriculum management responsibilities.
Lab Assistant (part-time) Eastfield
Provides direct tutorial, training and/or instructional lab support to students and laboratory personnel in an instructionally supervised laboratory.
Facilitator - Learning and Development - (Mechatronics Instructor) Eastfield
Responsible for working with business partners, providing instructional excellence and industry expertise, for skill-based program(s) and certification(s).

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