The Manager works in conjunction with the Executive Dean, Dean and Associate Deans in the Schools of Science and Engineering Technology and Hospitality and Horticultural Science towards a strategic vision for programs within the School of Science and Engineering Technology. They will assist with the future development of programs and partnerships: leading faculty and staff in planning, securing resources; implementing and evaluating activities related to academic operations; ensuring service to students, and fiscal management. The Manager represents the School both internally and externally to the various stakeholders/partners. The Manager also serves as part of the schools’ administrative team through active participation in various institutional planning, implementing and evaluating activities.
Duties include, but are not limited to:
Managing and controlling operational and capital budgets, monthly reporting, and supporting in budget preparation.
Administering the processes for recruitment of new faculty under the supervision of the Executive Dean, Dean and Associate Dean.
Resolving issues with students and working to mediate concerns and arrive at formal or informal resolutions.
Participating in school-level marketing and outreach to the community, to new students and to industry partners.
Managing the laboratory operations, technologist support team and managing the SET administrative coordinator and SET administrative assistant positions.
Working with the Executive Dean, Dean and Associate Dean to prepare and review long-term planning for the School of SET, faculty and resource allocation, faculty development, student advisement and faculty training.
Promoting a culture of team effort and development and ensuring high standards of customer service.
The successful candidate will hold a four-year degree, preferably in a science, engineering or a business-related discipline. In addition, the incumbent will have five years of leadership experience, understanding and experience with curriculum development and revision, a strong history networking with external organizations and exposure to the general topic areas under the School of Science and Engineering Technology. This role will require the incumbent to possess extremely strong skills in leadership, conflict resolution, communication, teamwork, budget management and project management.
$85,771 - $107,138
To apply for this position in confidence, please submit your cover letter and resume to the online portal. Applications will be accepted until May 25, 2021. Tracking number is AD21-11.