The Director is responsible for the creation, oversight, and implementation of all aspects of the Department activities ensuring they are fiscally sound and consistent with the College's vision, mission, goals, and objectives.
Masters or doctorate, preferably in higher education and/or a first professional degree, from an accredited institution.
Teaching and three years administrative experience in higher education.
Team-building skills and an understanding and appreciation of the natural health care professions and faculty governance are required, along with a commitment to equal opportunity and diversity.
Must have the ability to articulate the needs of the areas of oversight to the Vice President of Institutional Advancement & Special Projects. Experience in higher education accreditation processes is desirable, plus the ability to both encourage and enhance collegial attitudes and be sensitive to the needs of the faculty.