Dean of the School of Information Technology

Ivy Tech Community CollegeStrategy Leaders

Job Description

Serves as principal academic and administrative leader of the designated School working to achieve the College’s mission and strategic plan initiatives. The Dean has the responsibility for, planning, budgeting, scheduling, staffing, curriculum, instruction, program and instructional quality, student academic success and other academic matters. This position actively represents and promotes the School of Information Technology and the College to students, business and industry, parents, professional organizations, secondary and post-secondary articulation partners, and other relevant constituencies. The Dean may deliver assigned classes in accordance with College loading policy and course objectives as needed.  Proactively and in collaboration with Workforce Alignment, identifies opportunities and challenges for the School of Information Technology particularly in the context of linkages to economic sectors, current and future workforce needs and instructional resources, the College’s Strategic Plan.

Minimum Qualifications: Master’s degree; Except for the School of Arts, Sciences and Education, minimum 3 years applicable industry experience; minimum five years related teaching experience with at least two years full time equivalency teaching in higher education required for School of Arts Sciences and Education only while all other academic divisions require minimum two years or equivalency of relevant teaching or training experience; meets faculty credentials per ASOM 7.1 for at least one program within the  school for which oversight is assigned; evidence of ongoing professional development and maintaining currency in the field. Demonstrated competency in supervision and leadership. A combination of industry with teaching/training experience may be considered in lieu of specific years’ experience noted above.

Preferred Qualifications: Experience with secondary and post-secondary partnerships or community partnerships; evidence of contributions to the community and to the profession; involved in a workforce development initiative, service on an industry council, or other related activity; Doctorate preferred for School of Arts Sciences and Education.

Posted On

April 12, 2018