Pasco-Hernando State College
|Reports to||Executive Vice President and Chief Academic Officer/College Provost|
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Reports toExecutive Vice President and Chief Academic Officer/College Provost
Chief administrative officer for the campus. Provides administrative support for campus.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
The following duties are not exhaustive but illustrate the general duties required of the position. Management may require personnel to perform duties other than those contained in this document.
- Provides administrative support for all campus functions and for any district-wide functions located on the campus.
- Keeps Executive Vice President and Chief Academic Officer/College Provost apprised of all relevant events and activities, and represents the College as directed.
- Supervises the Plant Manager and, through this area, manages and supervises all appropriate plant operations and maintenance, to include buildings, grounds, utilities, and custodial.
- In collaboration with the Master Course Schedule Committee, full-time faculty and academic deans, oversees the development of the schedule of classes for the campus.
- Assists the Executive Vice President and Chief Academic Officer/College Provost in overseeing high school articulation and dual enrollment activities for assigned high schools.
- Oversees the evaluation of dual enrollment instructors in assigned high schools.
- Oversees building utilization and campus office space for personnel assigned to the campus.
- Resolves faculty, employee, and student problems in coordination with the President, the Vice Presidents, the Deans, and the Associate Deans of Academic Affairs and Retention Services.
- Prepares the annual performance evaluations for assigned personnel.
- Plans and promotes public relations in the assigned campus area in conjunction with the Office of Marketing and Communications.
- Participates actively in the local community to promote PHSC.
- Provides planning support for the President, the Vice Presidents, the Deans, and the Associate Deans of Academic Affairs and Retention Services, as needed.
- Prepares, recommends, and manages the campus operating budget.
- Cooperates with District Administrators in preparation of their respective budgets relevant to the campus.
- Coordinates with the Senior Vice President of Financial Operations and Chief Financial Officer in providing and supervising auxiliary services and facilities on the campus.
- Assists, as appropriate, in implementing the College's Equity Plan.
- Coordinates with District Administrators to provide an active and aggressive student recruitment and retention program.
- In collaboration with the Office of Institutional Effectiveness, oversees the evaluation of instructors.
- Reviews the evaluations of full-time and adjunct faculty teaching on the campus.
- Oversees recruitment of adjunct and dual enrollment faculty.
- Orients and provides appropriate in-service training for adjunct faculty.
- Supervises the assigned Student Affairs and Enrollment Management staff in coordination with the Senior Vice President and Chief Student Affairs and Enrollment Management Officer, who provides guidance on departmental policy and procedures.
- Supervises instruction on campus, in coordination with the Executive Vice President and Chief Academic Officer/College Provost and assists Academic Deans in preparing the annual performance evaluation of full-time instructors.
- Supervises the library operations of the Campus.
- Serves as a member of the President's Administrative Leadership Team and keeps all relevant personnel informed of appropriate activities and decisions.
- Prepares and updates Job Descriptions for positions in areas of responsibility.
- Assists the President in the preparation of District Board of Trustees’ agendas and prepares draft changes in Board Rules and related Internal Management Memoranda (IMMs).
- Represents the College on committees and councils related to functional areas of responsibility.
- Assists in the development and implementation of staffing and compensation plans and programs of career advancement.
- Assists the Executive Vice President and Chief Academic Officer / College Provost in the coordination of the overall personnel policies for the College; reviews and approves appropriate Staff and Program Development and leave requests, vacation requests, and the employment of adjunct instructors; recommends policies on transfer, promotion, suspension, and dismissal to the College Provost and President.
- Assists the Executive Vice President and Chief Academic Officer / College Provost in preparing long-term and annual plans; prepares, implements, and evaluates the annual strategic plan for the campus.
- Resolves internal problems in the areas of personnel, curriculum, student services, community services, academic support, and College organization.
- Ensures monitoring and compliance with applicable federal, state, local, accrediting agency, and College rules and regulations.
- Works collaboratively with College administrators, local private businesses and industries, and public stakeholders to facilitate academic, workforce, career and technical education development of new programs and initiatives.
- Serves as the primary reviewer for academic appeals on the campus.
- As a member of the executive team at the College, this individual is required to be accessible via e-mail and cellular phone 24 hours a day. As such, this individual must have and maintain a smartphone or similar electronic device capable of receiving emails from the College email system and must keep on file with the College President and Human Resources Office a valid and current cellular phone number. Additionally, the incumbent must provide a means for offsite electronic storage and immediate access to certain College documents relating to emergency response and operations; such storage and access must be on a portable device capable of operation with or without internet access and AC power.
- Participates in SACSCOC accreditation activities as assigned by the President or SACSCOC Accreditation Liaison.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
These requirements are a representation of the types of duties and responsibilities that will be required of positions given this title and shall not be construed as an exhaustive list of specific duties and responsibilities. Management may direct employees to perform job-related tasks other than those specifically presented in this description.
Master's degree from regionally accredited institution.
Minimum of five (5) years of progressively responsible post-secondary administrative experience required.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Associate Dean of Academic Affairs and Services
- Assistant Dean of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management
- Associate Director of Libraries
- Academic Success Center Coordinator
- Plant Manager
- Administrative Assistant III
The physical expectations of this job are listed below. Terms and descriptions are as defined by the U.S. Department of Labor.
Exerting up to 10 pounds of force occasionally and/or a negligible amount of force frequently to lift, carry, push, pull or move objects. Sedentary work involves sitting most of the time. Jobs are sedentary if walking and standing are required only occasionally and all other sedentary criteria are met.
Doctorate degree from a regionally accredited institution.
Management may assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this job at any time. Salary and benefits will be assigned as determined by PHSC's Board approved compensation plan. Duty days and assigned hours shall be determined by PHSC. Please contact Human Resources for questions regarding salary determination or benefit eligibility at 727-816-3406.
Pasco-Hernando State College is an equal opportunity and equal access higher education institute that promotes diversity and inclusion in the workplace.