Assistant Dean for Workforce and Economic Development
Bunker Hill Community College
Location: Boston, Massachusetts
Internal Number: 193019660
Assistant Dean for Workforce and Economic Development - Bunker Hill Community College
Location: Boston, MA Category: Administrators Posted On: Wed Sep 21 2022 Job Description:
The Assistant Dean for Workforce and Economic Development/Director of Adult Education is responsible for general operations oversight, supervising and developing training programs to serve business and industry. The position reports directly to the Dean of Workforce and Economic Development. The position is responsible for supervising professional support and clerical staff as well as project supervision in assigned areas. Direct assigned workforce development programs and services; formulate strategic goals, determine program objectives, and establish standards of performance.
Responsibilities include but not limited to:
Provide Leadership to ensure teaching excellence and student success in workforce and economic development programs offered within a culturally diverse environment
Provide executive, administrative, and analytical support to the Dean; provide advice and input on strategic planning, priority setting, and resource allocation.
Assist the Dean in developing new training programs and certificates that are equity based to support business and industry while fostering program development of noncredit to credit training models and career pathways
Provide culturally sensitive leadership in promoting, evaluating, and growing assigned training Programs including grant funded programs.
Foster effective communication between faculty , staff, and administrators within the division, as well as with other areas of the College especially AR, Enrollment, and departments with workforce priorities
Participate in business and industry events as assigned and cultivate productive working relationships with business partners
Assess the need for emerging technologies aligned with area workforce development programs
Supervise federal, state job training and job placement grants and oversee adherence to grant compliance with grant regulations.
Co-Develop proposals and participate in the writing, researching, editing and submission of grant applications
Produce, analyze and oversee reporting and data requirements for funders and to support divisions functions
Supervise and evaluate department staff. Oversee hiring, orientation, onboarding and professional development for new hires and existing staff and providing access to necessary materials, resources, systems and trainings. Serve as delegate for approval of time and time off requests for staff
Responsible for the overall planning, programming and policy development for the use of divisional facilities, equipment, and spaces including oversight of room requests with AR etc.
Manages the ETPL list and all government related funding portals
Covers on site events or meetings in place of Dean when not available and serves as representative for the college when needed
Master's Degree in Business Administration or Discipline Related to the Division of Workforce and Economic Development, MBA/Doctorate/JD Preferred
Three to Five Years of experience developing , implementing, and assessing equity framed training programs for business and industry
Experience working in within a Collective Bargaining Environment
Min of 2 years supervising faculty, staff and administrators
Experience teaching in a culturally diverse learning environment, Community College Preferred
Experience with developing, implementing and reporting on federal, state, and regional grants
Experience with developing and implementing learning technologies and online courses and programs.
Knowledge of the workforce development system in Massachusetts and/ or Federal
Knowledge of MA Community College systems
Salary Range: $90,000.00-110,000.00
Position remains open until filled but for best consideration apply before October 1, 2022, Position will start by Nov 1, 2022
Bunker Hill Community College is a multi-campus institution with vibrant, urban campuses in Boston, Massachusetts, in nearby Chelsea, Massachusetts, and at three satellite locations in the Greater Boston area. Founded in 1973, BHCC is the largest of the 15 community colleges in Massachusetts, serving some 18,000 students annually across all modes of instruction. The College offers certificates and associate degrees, early college and dual enrollment, non-credit community and corporate training, and industry specific training programs. The College is the 8th most diverse higher education institution in the United States, and is a Hispanic and Asian American and Pacific Islander Serving Institution. Approximately 900 International Students attend from 107 countries, speaking 75 languages.