Vice President of Instruction and Economic Development

The Davis Applied Technology College provides a challenging and friendly work environment as well as an outstanding benefits package which includes: medical, dental, vision, and life insurance, fully paid (14.2%) TIAA-CREF 403(b) retirement plan and optional 401(k) plan, 25 days paid vacation per year, 12 days paid sick leave per year, and 15 days of holiday leave per year, educational benefits, exercise gym, plus more.
The Vice President of Instruction is accountable and responsible for the leadership development, strategic planning, supervision and outcomes of College instructional programs, including entrepreneurial development, and economic development coordination. Reports directly to the President of the College and is accountable for College training operations, functions and budgets. Functions as the Chief Academic Officer of the College and represents the institution in community and state functions. In the absence of the President of the College, assumes duties and responsibilities of Chief Executive Officer of Davis Applied Technology College.
1. Provides leadership, oversight and approval for all training division annual budgets and budget modifications and establishes budget level approval for all employees.
2. Provides leadership and direction in planning, developing and implementing new programs and academic partnerships, including program accountability.
3. Provides consistent leadership to Directors, faculty, and ISD team on researching market and customer requirements and best practices for instructional curriculum and content of certificates and program elements.
4. Oversees professional development of Directors, faculty, and staff, and develops strong continuous quality improvement programs, processes and accountability systems.
5. Provides leadership and initiative in for private and public sector partnerships and funding.
6. Responsible for the leadership, review and administration of Board policy related to instruction.
7. Provides leadership on community boards, councils and internal planning committees, UCAT Planning and Instructional Committee, and other committees as assigned. Supports or encourages legislation or legislative activities as needed, and serves as liaison to school districts.
8. Oversees the success and accountability of Employer Advisory Teams.
9. Responsible for developing, authorizing and oversight of reports and accountability data for the training division.
10. Serves as a major spokesperson for events and public presentations, and oversees the brand quality in training division and at training division functions.
11. Reviews director/manager hiring recommendations and makes final recommendations to the Campus College President on the hiring, salary, demotion, probation and/or dismissal of staff.
12. Evaluates performance of Directors, division support secretary, and instructional programs.
13. Reviews faculty member performance evaluations.
14. Acts as decision maker in employee and student grievances.
15. Provides leadership and oversight of Entrepreneurial Development and Education and tenant services and satisfaction at the Northfront Business Resource Center and Freeport Center operations. Coordinates with County and City officials on economic development.
16. Mentors and develops management level institutional leadership through continuous improvement processes.
17. Performs other related duties as required.
Education and Experience
Baccalaureate from an accredited college or university in administration, applied technology education, or related fields.
Master's degree required.
Teaching, administering, or supervising applied programs at a secondary or post-secondary level.
Six (6) years of experience at a senior management level.
Contact: Davis Applied Technology College
The College reports all positions to the Department of Work Force Services and posts all positions on the website: www.datc.edu/hr. Verification of a typing score (within last six months) if required, is accepted from the Campus Testing Center. The Davis Applied Technology College complies with all aspects of the ADA and section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act. Any applicant requiring accommodations in the application process must contact the Human Resource Office. Requests should be made three days prior to need.
To be considered for employment you must meet the minimum qualifications of the position, submit an official College EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION, RESUME and COVER LETTER before the closing date. All applicants will be evaluated and ranked on the basis of relevant experience as stated therein. Highest ranking applicants may be invited for a personal interview. Apply online or in person at:
HR Office
Davis Applied Technology College
550 E 300 S
Kaysville, UT 84037

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