DEFINITION In accordance with the organizational structure and overall plan of Cape Fear Community College, the Program Director reports to the Department Chair within a specific division. The principal purpose of this position is to participate in and supervise the design, planning, organization, implementation, and continuous evaluation of the Veterinary Medical Technology Program.
SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED
Reports to the Department Chair, Allied Health and may receive administrative direction from the Dean
Exercises supervision over Faculty and may indirectly supervise administrative staff
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES (ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS):
ESSENTIAL DUTES AND OTHER IMPORTANT STATEMENTS The following listing of essential job duties indicates the general nature and level of work required in this job. This is not designed to be a comprehensive listing of all the activities, duties, or responsibilities that may be required in this job. Individuals assigned to this job may be asked to perform other duties as required. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential duties and responsibilities of the job. Program Directors will be given a reduced teaching load to allow sufficient time to ensure the needs of their programs are met.
Assists in the design of the organizational structure and coordinates all instructional activities within the program to include but not be limited to:
Developing core course syllabi and ongoing maintenance to ensure that syllabi are current and forwarded to the Department Chair/Dean for approval and posting to the college’s network/shared folder.
Preparing semester class schedules in collaboration with all constituents served.
Selecting textbooks and related materials for all courses.
Requisitioning and accounting for supplies, materials, equipment and repairs to equipment used by the program in collaboration with the Department Chair and Dean, if applicable.
Maintaining appropriate records on students and faculty supervised.
Making recommendations to the Department Chair and Dean concerning the development and expansion of courses and/or the program and the supervision of any expansion.
Recommending new books, magazines, materials and equipment for use in the LRC when requested by the Director of the LRC.
Encouraging and supporting innovative teaching techniques among program faculty.
Coordinates and participates in recruitment activities for program growth and sustainability.
Assists in marketing and promoting the program.
Collaborates with faculty in recruiting, advising, orientation, and retention efforts of students enrolled in the program
Coordinates and participates in the development and administration of the program’s annual budget.
Assists in the selection, orientation, and supervision of new full-time and part-time faculty at all campus locations.
Maintains frequent contact with part-time faculty.
Regularly participates as a member of assigned institutional committees.
Maintains assigned teaching responsibilities.
Monitor faculty accuracy when recording student attendance, grades, performance, and maintaining student records.
Participates in coordinating, developing, and assessing Program Outcomes and Student Learning Outcomes and uses these results to make program enhancements and improvements.
Serves as an advisor to students and provides a minimum of five posted office hours per week for student conferences. During registration these hours will be extended at the discretion of the Department Chair or Dean.
Provides adequate coverage of scheduled classes in the absence of assigned instructors.
Maintains a cooperative relationship with appropriate individuals and agencies outside of the College that serve the best interest of the program.
Ensures that the program advisory committee meets at least annually and that minutes are recorded and submitted as directed.
Completes appropriate faculty and staff evaluations.
Engages in professional development.
Demonstrates proficiency in technology required by the program area and in administrative processes as required by the college.
Obtains and maintains program accreditation.
Serves as liaison for VMT program with other college departments, divisions, agencies, industries, and other organizations.
Serve on assigned college committees
Performs other related duties as assigned by the Department Chair/Dean.
Organizational and management practices as applied to the planning, analysis and evaluation of programs, policies and operational needs.
Principles and practices of budget preparation and administration.
Principles of supervision, training and performance evaluation.
Pertinent Federal, State and local laws and codes.
Principles and procedures of academic and instructional program development and administration in the area of assignment.
Principles and practices of curriculum development and instructional strategies.
Principles of AVMA accreditation standards
Classroom and/or laboratory instructional techniques and procedures as applicable.
Current trends, research & development in the area of assignment.
Interpret and apply college goals, objectives, policies, procedures, rules and regulations.
Analyze problems; identify alternative solutions, project consequences of proposed actions and implement recommendations in support of goals.
Select, supervise, train and evaluate instructional staff.
Effectively direct the provisions of the academic area to which assigned in support of the college programs.
Gain cooperation through discussion and persuasion.
Participate in the preparation and administration of a departmental budget.
Conduct committee meetings in an effective and efficient manner.
Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.
Establish and maintain cooperative-working relationships with those contacted in the course of work
Maintain effective audiovisual discrimination and perception needed for:
reading and writing
communicating with others
operating assigned equipment
handling varied tasks simultaneously
Maintain physical condition appropriate to the performance of assigned duties and responsibilities, which may include the following:
standing or sitting for extended periods of time
operating assigned equipment
bending, stooping, climbing or lifting up to 50 pounds
Maintain mental capacity, which allows the capability of:
making sound decisions
evaluating the effectiveness of programs and personnel
demonstrating intellectual capabilities
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE Any combination of experience and training that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying, however some programs may have required degrees, certifications and/or licensure requirements. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be:
Required Minimum Education/Training:
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) that graduated from a regionally accredited college or university and holds an unrestricted license to practice as a Veterinarian in North Carolina
Required Minimum Experience:
Minimum of five years qualifying experience as a licensed Veterinarian
Preferred Education and Experience:
Teaching experience in post-secondary education in related area of study
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS TO APPLICANTS
This position REQUIRES UNOFFICIAL TRANSCRIPTS AND/OR TRAINING CERTIFICATIONS be submitted in addition to the application. Please have these documents ready to upload when applying.
Applicants who have obtained their education outside of the US and its territories must have their academic degree(s) validated, at their own expense, by an outside credential evaluation service as equivalent to the Baccalaureate or Master’s degree conferred by a regionally accredited college or university in the United States.
About Cape Fear Community College
For more than six decades, Cape Fear Community College’s purpose has remained unchanged – to provide the Cape Fear region with accessible, quality education and world-class workforce-training opportunities.
Cape Fear Community College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award associate degrees, certificates, and diplomas.
MISSION, VISION, AND GOALS
The mission of Cape Fear Community College is to provide high quality, dynamic, innovative, educational, cultural training and workforce development opportunities to individuals, businesses, and industries in New Hanover and Pender counties.
Cape Fear Community College: A world-class college serving diverse communities, promoting excellence through innovation in education, and empowering students for life-long success.
1 Provide exceptional professional, technical, pre-baccalaureate, and life-long education.
2 Enhance the regional economy by providing training and educational programs that support a skilled workforce and are responsive to the needs of local employers.
3 Promote the region’s tec...hnological, cultural, and artistic development and civic involvement.
4 Support learning environments that celebrate and value diversity, inclusiveness, and respect, and encourage the personal and intellectual growth of all students, faculty, and staff.
5 Provide safe, well-maintained facilities and campuses that leverage industry-standard technologies to promote student learning and engagement.
6 Support and promote the holistic development of all learners’ personal abilities and well-being.