Associate Dean Position - North Seattle Community College Marcia Tuttle 18 May 1998 17:45 UTC

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Date: Mon, 18 May 1998 09:43:34 -0700
From: Marilyn Kenney <mjk@SEACCD.SCCD.CTC.EDU>
Subject: Associate Dean Position - Seattle (fwd)

Job#:98-34-RS  Opened: May 11, 1998  Closing date: June 26, 1998


Noarth Seattle Community College
Location: Instructional & Information Support Services
Salary: $46,531 - $68,216

DESCRIPTION: This is a full-time, exempt administrative position.  The
Associate Dean serves as the college's chief administrator for the
delivery of library, media, and computing services to students, faculty,
staff and the community.  The Associate Dean provides leadership,
knowledge, and vision in the development and implementation of programs
and services for the Library, Media Services, Instructional and
Administrative Computing, and the Teaching and Learning Center.  The
position reports to the Vice President of Instruction.  The Associate Dean
must have demonstrated leadership, knowledge, and vision in: library
reference services; curriculum development in information literacy;
library/media print and non-print collections; library and media support
for distance learning programs; management of campus computing systems;
current technologies related to libraries, media centers, general
instruction and administration; maintaining a professional development
center for faculty and staff including the development and implementation
of technological and pedagogical curricula.

RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES: Duties will include but are not limited to
the following: provide support with recruitment, orientation, supervision
and evaluation of all managers, professional/technical exempt employees,
faculty and staff of the division; develop and manage all budgets
associated with division responsibilities; coordinate with the
Library/Media programs on the other campuses in the District; coordinate
with other Associate Deans in program development, community/business
partnership and grant proposals; participate in college and district
efforts in planning and implementation of instructional and administrative
goals; serve as the chief copyright officer of the college; serve on
appropriate college, regional, and state committees; provide the college
with planning and evaluation instruments to facilitate future
technological development; and perform reference service.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Master's degree or equivalent in libary science
from an ALA accredited institution; two years of increasing responsibility
in the administration of library, media or computing services; excellent
communication skills and ability to work well wth others; demonstrated
service commitment and experience with people of diverse educational,
ethnic, and cultural backgrounds.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:  Demonstrated experience in fiscal and program
management; demonstrated experience with issues and trends related to
library and educational technology; current experience and use of software
and hardware relevant to information technology; demonstrated experience
regarding the professional development of faculty and staff; recent
experience in a higher education institution; experience in library
reference services and/or teaching.

TO APPLY, SUBMIT: 1. A complete official Seattle Commuity College District
application form. 2. A current resume. 3. A letter of application
detailing education and experience as related to the position. 4. The
names, addresses and telephone numbers of three professional references.
Application may be completed on-line.  Supporting documents can be
e-mailed, surface mailed or faxed to address on Human Resources home page.