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||Rochester, NY United States
|| Administrative and Support Services, Education and Library
Assistant to the Provost/Vice President|
Function of Position:
Under the general direction of the Provost/Vice President, Academic Services, this position will provide strategic leadership and support in research, coordination, planning and implementation of new and ongoing initiatives. The Assistant to the Provost/Vice President is also responsible for preparing programmatic recommendations. Responsibilities will necessitate working with all members of the division as well as key administrators and staff in other divisions.
Examples of Duties & Responsibilities:
- Plans and coordinates communication with the College community on student concerns, providing leadership to identify and provide necessary professional development and informative publications to address and resolve concerns
- Assists with divisional assessment activities for the Academic Services division
- Facilitates and provides leadership in the exchange of information between the departments and divisions, as well as the various campus locations and administrative offices of the College
- Assists in creating an atmosphere of mutual respect among Faculty Senate, Academic Services, Student Services, academic departments and administration
- Serve as a College representative or liaison for public groups, community organizations, or events as assigned by the College
- Creates and maintains reports, presentations, studies, and statistical analyses for the Provost/Vice President’s office
- Prepares and disseminates both internal and external communications related to the operation of the Academic Services Division
- Coordinates promoting and publicizing the activities and accomplishments of the Academic Services Division
- Coordinates the process for academic student grievances
- Coordinates, monitors, and provides general leadership concerning the Student Opinion of Course and Faculty survey process
- Plans and coordinates special events and meetings
- Serves and participates on committees and task groups related to Academic Services and other related areas in the College
- Manages cross-divisional projects for the Provost/Vice President, Academic Services
- Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned
- Responsible for adhering to the College Code of Conduct
- Responsible for contributing to and maintaining an inclusive and collaborative College environment
- Responsible for maintaining competencies for technology utilized by and College
- Commitment to the philosophy of a comprehensive community college
Qualifications & Requirements
- Earned master’s degree from a regionally accredited higher education institution
- Minimum of three years progressive academic administrative experience
- Experience with shared governance
- Evidence of effective interpersonal skills and the ability to cultivate partnerships and to work with diverse groups of faculty, students, and staff on complex issues
- Documented ability to integrate data into decision making to promote effective practice and policy
- Demonstrated leadership qualities including strong positive interpersonal skills as well as analytical skills
- Commitment to supporting an inclusive environment on campus
- Evidence of respect for and understanding of people with diverse backgrounds, abilities, and needs
- Evidence of commitment to the philosophy of a comprehensive community college
- Evidence of proficiency with technology, including a fluency with a variety of computer applications including MS Office components (Word, Outlook, Excel, Access, PowerPoint) and Lotus
- Commitment to continued professional growth
- Documented experience within an urban, comprehensive community college
- Understanding of faculty evaluation
- Experience with Banner system
- Grant writing experience
To review special instructions and apply, please visit: https://jobs.monroecc.edu/postings/4442
Monroe Community College does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, creed, color, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, veteran status, religion, predisposing genetic characteristics, marital status or domestic violence victim status in admissions, employment, and treatment of students and employees or in any aspect of the business of the College.
Inspiring since 1961.
Innovation has always been at the heart of Monroe Community College. For more than 50 years, we’ve evolved to meet the ever-changing needs of our students and our community. We’ve developed new and exciting degree programs, created unique educational and workforce initiatives, and built contemporary urban and suburban campus facilities.
Monroe Community College was established in 1961 under founding chairman, Samuel J. Stabins, M.D. MCC’s first Board of Trustees comprised Rochester’s leading professionals in business, health care, education and law as appointed by Monroe County and New York State. That same year, MCC was established as a member of the State University of New York (SUNY) System.
Carrying on the vision of our founders, MCC continues to provide a quality education at an affordable price. Today, we offer more than 100 outstanding academic programs taught by award-winning faculty members for a much lower cost than private colleges. That’s what has made MCC a smart choice for half a century. Since 1961, nearly half a million people have been inspired by MCC. We hope to continue our traditions of innovation and value for many years to come.
Monroe Community College will be the nationally-recognized leader in championing equity, opportunity, innovation, and excellence while transforming students’ lives and communities.
Monroe Community College, through access to affordable academic programs, leads excellence and innovation in higher education, inspires diverse students to transform their lives and communities, drives regional economic development, and builds global engagement and understanding.
MCC’s Core Values
Monroe Community College values integrity, excellence, empowerment, inclusiveness, collaboration and stewardship. These values help guide our behavior as MCC students and employees.
MCC through the years
1961 – MCC is established as a unit of the State University of New York (SUNY) system.
1962 – Leroy V. Good, Ph.D. is inaugurated as MCC’s founding president. He had already established community colleges in three other states.
1962 – MCC’s Alexander Street Campus welcomes 720 students.
1965 – MCC becomes the first college in the nation to receive accreditation within three years of its founding.
1968 – A new campus on East Henrietta Road in Brighton opens to meet increasing enrollment needs.
1974 – Comprehensive training of the region’s first responders begins at the new 49,000 square foot Public Safety Training Facility on Scottsville Road.
1980s – MCC becomes the fastest-growing community college in the state, increasing enrollment during the 1980s by more than 41%.
1991 – To meet the needs of MCC’s growing non-traditional student population, the Richard M. Guon Child Care Center opens.
1992 – The Damon City Campus opens its doors in downtown Rochester to educate students in law, criminal justice, human services and K-12 teaching.
1997 – The Applied Technologies Center, a 53,000 square foot facility on West Henrietta Road, opens to serve fast-growing industries such as precision tooling and machining, automotive technology and HVAC/R.
2003 – MCC launches its housing and residence life program with the dedication of Alice Holloway Young Commons, named in honor of Dr. Young, one of the first African-American teachers in the U.S., as well as a founding MCC trustee.
2003 – To address the educational needs of those in the region faced with responding to natural and intentional disasters, the Homeland Security Management Institute opens.
2007 – MCC’s Agriculture and Life Sciences Institute opens.
2008 – The Louis S. and Molly B. Wolk Center for Excellence in Nursing opens and earns LEED Silver certification.
2008 – The PAC Center, an academic, fitness and recreational facility named after alumna, Pamela Ann Chesonis, ‘79, opens to support student learning, athletics and overall health and wellness on campus.
2011 – MCC’s Economic Development and Innovative Workforce Services division is established.
2014 – Work begins on MCC's new Downtown Campus at 321 State Street.
2017 – MCC’s Downtown Campus opens for classes.
MCC is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, the unit of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools that accredits degree-granting colleges and universities in the Middle States region, which includes Delaware, District of Columbia, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Curricula are registered and approved by the New York State Department of Education and the State University at New York (SUNY) system.
MCC is a member of the League for Innovation in the Community College. The League provides direction and leadership for experimentation and innovation in two-year colleges. Its members are recognized as the best community colleges in the United States and Canada.