Job Summary: Provides academic and fiscal leadership for the assigned group of non-credit courses and programs including planning, evaluating, developing, and managing assigned non-credit programs.
Minimum Required Education:
Master’s degree; or a combination of experience and education that yields the required knowledge, skills, and abilities
Minimum Required Experience:
Three years of supervisory and/or management experience
Five years teaching or adult education/training experience in progressively responsible positions
Prefer: Three year experience in the private sector
Prefer: grant writing experience
Essential Job Functions:
Plans, develops, implements, maintains, and evaluates the non-credit instructional programs and processes. Provides leadership for the evaluation and review of existing curriculum and the development and adoption of new programs courses, and training.
Plans, evaluates, and supervises faculty/trainers in the department. Directs the orientation of new departmental faculty.
Builds relationships within the college service area in order to identify needs and opportunities pertaining to the Hill College mission.
Oversight of the development of class schedules and assignment of faculty. Ensures that all classes are met as scheduled or that suitable arrangements are made.
Responds to student complaints as determined by the guidelines set forth within the department.
Formulates and recommends annual budget requests. Responsible for operating within the approved budget. Assists in the preparation of departmental budgets.
Provides innovative and practical suggestions to faculty regarding instructional design, development, and delivery.
Formulates and recommends policies on matters relating to the development, operation and expansion of instructional services of Hill College and of related staff functions.
Administers a program of supervision, including appropriate standards and controls, for teaching services.
Assists in the supervision and preparation of class schedules, college catalogs, and other publications relating to programs Hill College offers.
Conducts and maintains a comprehensive system of instructional evaluations.
Hill College is a comprehensive, two-year community college with campuses in Hillsboro and Cleburne. We also have off-campus educational centers in Burleson, Glen Rose and Meridian. Enrollment for the Fall Semester of 2016 was approximately 4,400 students.