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Accountant Bill J. Priest
Performs a variety of complex accounting tasks which involve preparing or supervising the preparation of financial analysis, budget management, general ledger reconciliations, journal entries, statements, records, documents, and reports.
Manager, Educational Partnerships Various locations
Responsible for collaboration and communication with regional high schools to develop and implement equitable opportunities for students for participation in Collegiate Academy, Early College High School and P-TECH programs or comprehensive dual credit opportunities for public, private, charter and home school students in order to achieve certificates, degrees and prepare for seamless transfer to universities and employment. Manage the planning for student cohort information, orientation, application, enrollment, transition and graduation processes, summer bridge programs, and campus student engagement activities. May be responsible for the management of centralized Educational Partnerships functions focused on improving the quality of the Dallas College student experience in dual credit. This includes continuous improvement efforts with enrollment and textbook management, faculty support, pathways development and monitoring and dual credit student college and career readiness. Ensures business goals are achieved by applying business strategies and developing organizational objectives. Requires a dynamic understanding of relevant laws and policies and the ability to independently analyze problems, search for strategic solutions, organize and influence individuals to meet the vision, mission and goals of the organization and Dallas College. Ensures operations function to promote diversity and professional growth.
Police Officer Trainee Bill J. Priest
Police officer trainee is a full-time, non-sworn, temporary classification intended to prepare individuals to become sworn police officers. This position, under direct or general supervision, performs a variety of non-sworn law enforcement duties and attends a formalized education program in preparation for employment as a police officer.
Coordinator, Educational Partnerships District Office
Responsible for implementing the operational tasks of Educational Partnerships functions focused on improving the quality of the Dallas College student experience in dual credit, Early College High Schools, P-TECHs, and TSTEMs. This includes tasks associated with working with high schools to initiate dual credit student enrollments and support student engagement events and activities.
Faculty Full Time (Cloud Computing) Richland
Teaches students effectively in assigned classes and maintains office hours for student consultation in accordance with procedures outlined in the Dallas County Community College Board Policy Manual and/or agreed upon with immediate supervisor.
Adjunct Faculty (Non-Credit)(Upward Bound) Eastfield
Provides instruction for non-credit course(s) within the content specific area.
Department Chair (School of Law and Public Service) Various locations
Dallas College seeks a dynamic, visionary leader to play an important role in the design, development, and launch of the seven new Dallas College academic schools (the Schools) who will serve as Department Chair for a specific Dallas College academic school. Dallas College is establishing the Schools with a new, ambitious academic framework to ensure the Schools align with the North Texas region’s workforce and industry needs to ensure graduates’ success in their careers. The Department Chair reports to the Dean, Academic Affairs or the Vice Provost, School of and is the only position in the redesigned Dallas College that supervises faculty members. The Department Chair will: 1. Oversee the delivery of high-quality instruction and facilitating faculty development. To do so, they interface closely with the Scheduling Team to finalize the schedule and assign faculty to courses. 2. Supervise adjuncts, evaluate faculty, support curriculum maintenance and improvement, and prioritize faculty coaching and development. 3. In partnership with the Dallas College scheduling team, take on the primary functions of program coordination within their given department. 4. Oversee the general day-to-day operations of the department; develop and drive the department’s goals; support faculty development; and work in a professional and collegial manner with faculty, staff, and students. 5. Work closely with the other Schools’ leaders to ensure all academic programs maintain a high level of academic rigor. 6. Possess a strong commitment to institutional effectiveness, program performance management, and be well-versed in using data to make program and school-level decisions.
Department Chair (School of Business, Hospitality and Global Trade) Various locations
Dallas College seeks a dynamic, visionary leader to play an important role in the design, development, and launch of the seven new Dallas College academic schools (the Schools) who will serve as Department Chair for a specific Dallas College academic school. Dallas College is establishing the Schools with a new, ambitious academic framework to ensure the Schools align with the North Texas region’s workforce and industry needs to ensure graduates’ success in their careers. The Department Chair reports to the Dean, Academic Affairs or the Vice Provost, School of and is the only position in the redesigned Dallas College that supervises faculty members. The Department Chair will: 1. Oversee the delivery of high-quality instruction and facilitating faculty development. To do so, they interface closely with the Scheduling Team to finalize the schedule and assign faculty to courses. 2. Supervise adjuncts, evaluate faculty, support curriculum maintenance and improvement, and prioritize faculty coaching and development. 3. In partnership with the Dallas College scheduling team, take on the primary functions of program coordination within their given department. 4. Oversee the general day-to-day operations of the department; develop and drive the department’s goals; support faculty development; and work in a professional and collegial manner with faculty, staff, and students. 5. Work closely with the other Schools’ leaders to ensure all academic programs maintain a high level of academic rigor. 6. Possess a strong commitment to institutional effectiveness, program performance management, and be well-versed in using data to make program and school-level decisions.
Dean, Academic Affairs (School of Law and Public Service) Various locations
Dallas College seeks a dynamic, visionary leader to play an important leadership role in the design, development, and launch of the seven new Dallas College academic schools (the Schools). The Schools are being created to drive and lead academic programing under the new Dallas College structure and to align academic programming with the work force and industry needs of our North Texas region. Reporting to the Vice Provost School of, the Dean of Academic Affairs will: 1. Provide strategic and operational leadership to the discipline in support to the Dallas Colleges strategic priorities. 2. Work to advance the quality and integrity of the discipline, providing strategic vision for current and future curriculum development, implementing processes and procedures to support accreditation processes; and overseeing the implementation and promotion of academic programs. 3. Lead the discipline programs towards achieving Dallas College goals by promoting the disciplines by enhancing external relationships provide community-centered leadership. 4. Collaborate with other Deans and Administrative offices on ideas for program development, external grants, and professional development opportunities. 5. Possess a strong commitment to institutional effectiveness, program performance management, and be able to use benchmark data to measure academic performances against best practices.
Dean, Academic Affairs-Engineering, Computer Sciences, and Information Technology El Centro
Dallas College seeks a dynamic, visionary leader to play an important leadership role in the design, development, and launch of the seven new Dallas College academic schools (the Schools). The Schools are being created to drive and lead academic programing under the new Dallas College structure and to align academic programming with the work force and industry needs of our North Texas region. Reporting to the Vice Provost School of, the Dean of Academic Affairs will: 1. Provide strategic and operational leadership to the discipline in support to the Dallas Colleges strategic priorities. 2. Work to advance the quality and integrity of the discipline, providing strategic vision for current and future curriculum development, implementing processes and procedures to support accreditation processes; and overseeing the implementation and promotion of academic programs. 3. Lead the discipline programs towards achieving Dallas College goals by promoting the disciplines by enhancing external relationships provide community-centered leadership. 4. Collaborate with other Deans and Administrative offices on ideas for program development, external grants, and professional development opportunities. 5. Possess a strong commitment to institutional effectiveness, program performance management, and be able to use benchmark data to measure academic performances against best practices.
Dean, Academic Affairs-Biological Sciences Various locations
Dallas College seeks a dynamic, visionary leader to play an important leadership role in the design, development, and launch of the seven new Dallas College academic schools (the Schools). The Schools are being created to drive and lead academic programing under the new Dallas College structure and to align academic programming with the work force and industry needs of our North Texas region. Reporting to the Vice Provost School of, the Dean of Academic Affairs will: 1. Provide strategic and operational leadership to the discipline in support to the Dallas Colleges strategic priorities. 2. Work to advance the quality and integrity of the discipline, providing strategic vision for current and future curriculum development, implementing processes and procedures to support accreditation processes; and overseeing the implementation and promotion of academic programs. 3. Lead the discipline programs towards achieving Dallas College goals by promoting the disciplines by enhancing external relationships provide community-centered leadership. 4. Collaborate with other Deans and Administrative offices on ideas for program development, external grants, and professional development opportunities. 5. Possess a strong commitment to institutional effectiveness, program performance management, and be able to use benchmark data to measure academic performances against best practices.
Database Administrator II Various locations
An intermediate position responsible for monitoring and modifying database management systems and applications; identifies, analyzes and resolves performance issues to meet end user requirements. Focus on optimizing the performance of the database as well as database security, backup, and recovery of database systems.
Police, Patrol Officer District Office
Responsible for providing protection and service to all students, faculty, staff and general public at college campuses and facilities of the Dallas County Community College District (DCCCD).
Accountant (Grant) Bill J. Priest
Performs a variety of complex accounting tasks which involve preparing or supervising the preparation of financial analysis, budget management, general ledger reconciliations, journal entries, statements, records, documents, and reports.
Report Developer (Grant Funded) Bill J. Priest
Responsible for designing, developing, and supporting new and existing reports and data visualization as well as ensuring data quality and integrity. Initiates the design, programming, and deployment of Business Intelligence (Bl) and Analytics reports and develops Bl dashboards to meet the enterprise-wide self-service needs ultimately developing the overall reporting solutions.
Director, Dallas Metropolitan Small Business Development Center (Grant Funded) Bill J. Priest
Responsible for business operations and financial administration of the organization. Provides project strategy, resource planning, coordination and execution of projects and analytics.
Director, Business Engagement District Office
Dallas College is seeking an experienced, highly collaborative leader with a proven track record of relationship management in workforce, higher education, and/ or economic development. The Director, Business Engagement will report to the Sr. Director, CRM and Relationship Management and will be expected to: 1. Utilize and enhance a college-wide relationship management system to build relationships with employers and promote the partnership opportunities with Academics, Student Success, Workforce, Advancement, and Operations functions 2. Execute a data-driven business engagement strategy that results in the creation of mutually beneficial economic opportunities between businesses, and students, Dallas College, and/or the local community.
Department Chair, Engineering, Computer Sciences, and Information Technology Mountain View
Dallas College seeks a dynamic, visionary leader to play an important role in the design, development, and launch of the seven new Dallas College academic schools (the Schools) who will serve as Department Chair for a specific Dallas College academic school. Dallas College is establishing the Schools with a new, ambitious academic framework to ensure the Schools align with the North Texas region’s workforce and industry needs to ensure graduates’ success in their careers. The Department Chair reports to the Dean, Academic Affairs or the Vice Provost, School of and is the only position in the redesigned Dallas College that supervises faculty members. The Department Chair will: 1. Oversee the delivery of high-quality instruction and facilitating faculty development. To do so, they interface closely with the Scheduling Team to finalize the schedule and assign faculty to courses. 2. Supervise adjuncts, evaluate faculty, support curriculum maintenance and improvement, and prioritize faculty coaching and development. 3. In partnership with the Dallas College scheduling team, take on the primary functions of program coordination within their given department. 4. Oversee the general day-to-day operations of the department; develop and drive the department’s goals; support faculty development; and work in a professional and collegial manner with faculty, staff, and students. 5. Work closely with the other Schools’ leaders to ensure all academic programs maintain a high level of academic rigor. 6. Possess a strong commitment to institutional effectiveness, program performance management, and be well-versed in using data to make program and school-level decisions.
Deputy Title IX Coordinator District Office
Assist the Title IX Coordinator in all major duties, including but not limited to, providing campus direction and guidance to support the coordination and management of the College’s compliance with Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972 and other related discrimination laws.
Department Chair, Biological Sciences Various locations, Cedar Valley
Dallas College seeks a dynamic, visionary leader to play an important role in the design, development, and launch of the seven new Dallas College academic schools (the Schools) who will serve as Department Chair for a specific Dallas College academic school. Dallas College is establishing the Schools with a new, ambitious academic framework to ensure the Schools align with the North Texas region’s workforce and industry needs to ensure graduates’ success in their careers. The Department Chair reports to the Dean, Academic Affairs or the Vice Provost, School of and is the only position in the redesigned Dallas College that supervises faculty members. The Department Chair will: 1. Oversee the delivery of high-quality instruction and facilitating faculty development. To do so, they interface closely with the Scheduling Team to finalize the schedule and assign faculty to courses. 2. Supervise adjuncts, evaluate faculty, support curriculum maintenance and improvement, and prioritize faculty coaching and development. 3. In partnership with the Dallas College scheduling team, take on the primary functions of program coordination within their given department. 4. Oversee the general day-to-day operations of the department; develop and drive the department’s goals; support faculty development; and work in a professional and collegial manner with faculty, staff, and students. 5. Work closely with the other Schools’ leaders to ensure all academic programs maintain a high level of academic rigor. 6. Possess a strong commitment to institutional effectiveness, program performance management, and be well-versed in using data to make program and school-level decisions.

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