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College Name: Lakeland Community College
College Location: Kirtland, OH 
Position Title: Dean for Applied Sciences

Description:
Reporting directly to the Executive Vice President and Provost, the Dean for Applied Studies provides leadership for the Applied Studies division, which is one of the college’s two academic divisions. The position is responsible for academic leadership for the division including oversight of new and ongoing academic programs, non-academic programs, credit and non-credit programming, supervision of faculty (including department chairs), administrators (two associate dean positions) and staff assigned to the division. For a listing of the disciplines aligned under Applied Studies, please refer to the college’s website.

Master's degree in one of the applied disciplines required; a doctorate is preferred. Three years of teaching experience in one of the disciplines is required. Experience teaching full-time at a community college is preferred. Three years of administrative experience in higher education; experience at a community college is preferred.

Closing Date: January 31, 2019
Salary: $79,523 - $135,188
For More Information:  https://myportal.lakelandcc.edu/positions


College Name: Educational Testing Services
College Location: Princeton, NJ 
Position Title: Research Scientist

Description:
The Academic to Career research center focuses both on foundational and applied research that supports learners as they transition from high school to post-secondary education (community college, 4-year college, and graduate education) and to the workplace. The Center also focuses on adult learners who did not complete a traditional high school experience, and who are seeking to obtain an equivalency certificate. The Center values quantitative and mixed methods designs that span cognitive skills, social and emotional skills, and executive functioning skills that are important for success in post-secondary education and the workplace, now, but also for the future (so-called "skills for the new economy''). The Center includes scientists and associates from a range of educational backgrounds, including educational measurement, industrial and organizational psychology, counseling psychology, and personality psychology. This position is particularly oriented toward a scientist with expertise and experience in research related to career and technical education, skills development, and academic and workforce readiness.

Doctoral Degree required. Three years of progressively independent research and/or development experience is required, preferably related to CTE, skills development, and academic and workforce readiness.

Closing Date: ASAP
Salary: Commensurate with Experience
For More Information:  www.ets.org/careers


College Name: Hennepin Technical College
College Location: Brooklyn Park, MN 
Position Title: Vice Provost of Enrollment Management

Description:
The Vice Provost of Enrollment Management plays a critical role in developing, coordinating, implementing, communicating and evaluating the College's strategic enrollment management (SEM) plan and strategic enrollment initiatives around recruitment, enrollment, retention and completion. The Vice Provost will develop and establish a collective vision and direction of the offices within enrollment services including but not limited to recruitment, admissions, advising, registration, and financial aid. The Vice Provost will work collaboratively with faculty, staff, and other administrative leaders to develop and achieve the College's strategic enrollment goals.

As a visible leader of the College, the Vice Provost will demonstrate exemplary integrity, serving as a role model in exuding trust and transparency and maintaining the highest of professional standards. The Vice Provost will have a tremendous opportunity to make a significant impact on the College by establishing a data-driven enrollment strategy and expanding the College's educational opportunities within Minnesota and beyond. The Vice Provost will create and develop an enrollment team of professionals and incorporate best practices through the use of data analytics to provide leadership for the persistence and completion of the student.

Minimum Qualifications: Master's degree from a regionally accredited institution; Five (5) years' of progressive leadership in recruitment, retention, and completion management related work in higher education; Three (3) years' direct supervision of professional staff with a demonstrated commitment of professional development of self and staff.

Closing Date: January 25, 2019
Salary: Commensurate with Experience
For More Information:  http://agency.governmentjobs.com/hennepintech/default.cfm


College Name: Broward County Board of County Commissioners
College Location: Fort Lauderdale, FL 
Position Title: Apprenticeship/Training Programs Coordinator, Senior

Description:
The Office of Economic and Small Business Development is seeking a highly motivated individual with exceptional organizational, communication and presentation skills to be responsible for the development, coordination, implementation, and evaluation of a countywide apprenticeship initiative. The primary function of this position is the development and maintenance of relationships with Broward County non-profit organizations, service providers, local business and industry groups, municipalities and educational entities with the goal of aligning apprenticeship opportunities with employment needs, particularly in disadvantaged communities.

The successful applicant will exercise a considerable amount of initiative and independent judgment, must have strong oral and written communication skills and an ability to build relationships with stakeholders, internal and external apprenticeship partners and industry partners. The selected applicant will partner with the Human Resources Division and other internal County agencies to create apprenticeship/training opportunities within the organization. Additionally, the individual will report periodically on progress made in aligning workforce needs with apprenticeship/training programs as part of Broward County's larger economic development effort.

Closing Date: Open until a sufficient number of candidates apply
Salary: $66,505.71 - $106,143.02 Annually
For More Information:  https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/broward?sort=PositionTitle%7CAscending


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