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Associate Vice President of Academic Affairs

Associate Vice President of Academic Affairs


The Associate Vice President reports to the Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs & Student Services. The AVP is responsible for the overall leadership and management for all academic services, budget and planning processes, program review, academic assessment and adjunct faculty. The AVP represents the Division, its faculty, students, and programs to all constituencies.

  • Provides leadership and overall management for all academic services of the College, which includes overseeing the Directors of the Academic Success Center, the Center for Excellence in Teaching & Learning (CETL), eLearning, Library, Learning Communities; Coordinators of Sam Draper Honors, Evening and Weekend, and 211 Center; and Adjunct Faculty.
  • Develops internal and external communication vehicles and strategies for promotion of programs and services of the area.
  • Prepares budgets and planning documents; and maintains budget controls and expenditures.
  • Oversees the institutional strategic planning process and chairs the campus-wide Planning Committee.
  • Oversees academic assessment in collaboration with the Assistant Director of Institutional Research & Effectiveness.
  • Makes staffing recommendations, after consultation with departments, to the Provost with appointments, renewals and promotions of faculty and staff.
  • Collaborates with the administrative offices in student recruitment and retention.
  • Represents the Division’s needs to various service departments such as Admissions, Information Services, Records & Registration, Academic Advisement, etc.
  • Serves on campus-wide committees, including the President’s Diversity Council, as needed.

Perform other job-related duties as assigned.

Required Qualifications

Education: Master’s Degree

Experience: Seven years of experience in higher education. Must possess budgetary experience and prior experience working in confidential management environment involving sensitive materials and personnel matters.

Preferred Qualifications

Experience in a community college setting and experience as a community college administrator and/or teacher in one of the disciplines of the division.

Starting Salary


Submit Resumes to

References will not be contacted without prior permission of the candidate.

Employment at the College may be subject to the favorable result of a background investigation. Official transcripts will be required upon employment. Foreign transcripts which are not accompanied by an evaluation from an approved agency may not be reviewed. Applicants may contact NACES (National Association of Credential Evaluating Service) at to obtain a list of members providing this service. Any expenses incurred for this service must be borne by the applicant. Foreign transcript translations by applicant or educational institution are not acceptable.

Application Deadline

Review of resumes will begin August 1, 2016


Rockland Community College is committed to increasing the number of faculty and staff of color, and strongly encourages applications from African, Latino/a, Asian and Native Americans and persons with disabilities.

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