The Senior Associate Director, ESL Program and Student Success Center is responsible for the strategic leadership of academic support services for all students at the Carey Business School. Directly supports the mission of the school to educate business leaders, support timely retention and graduation. The incumbent collaborates with the Executive Director of Student Services in creating the vision, mission, and strategic direction and setting of goals for overall academic student success.
The Senior Associate Director collaboratively creates, manages, and assesses all Carey ESL efforts and initiatives; including targeted course development, program curriculum, ESL course teaching, and, hiring, assessment, teacher training and management, and, evaluation of ESL instructors and staff members.
The Senior Associate Director will oversee the Student Success Center at both Baltimore and Washington, DC campuses, and, will work with the respective center managers to create an integrated, targeted, and, all-inclusive tutoring options to meet the needs of our students. The position will be responsible for identifying opportunities for program development and execution to support the academic and professional success of our students.
In addition to hiring, training and developing and mentoring staff, the Senior Associate Director will oversee all academic components for the Summer Intensive program to include (not an all-inclusive list) the speaking and writing courses, case competition, portfolio development, and intentional incorporation of other experiential learning opportunities for students into the curriculum. Responsible for review and re-design of the program's curriculum on an early basis. Responsible for oversight of the recruiting, hiring, training, oversight and evaluation of all program instructors. Works collaboratively with the program's project manager to develop and implement an integrated approach to teaching, learning, practice, and assessments. Works with external and external stakeholders to meet program goals and needs.
The incumbent will be expected to teach 1-2 ELP classes per term and travel to the Washington, DC, campus to support staff and/or teach class/es.
The incumbent will have contact at all levels of the school as well as externally with a variety of committees and organizations, and will be joining a student-centered, high-functioning, high-paced and collaborative team and will be expected to contribute to its values of respect, integrity, accountability, engagement, personal motivation, entrepreneurship, and, exceptional work ethic.
Specific Duties & Responsibilities:
Course Design, Teaching and Evaluation (60%)
Responsible for the overall integrity of ELP's and Summer Intensive's academic sessions course design, delivery, assessment and improvements based on student feedback and needs given the larger context of professional success.
Responsible for the overall integrity of all ELP and Summer Intensive academic sessions curriculum and programming (examples: case competition, portfolio development, etc.).
Oversight of the creation of curriculum for the Summer Intensive Program's Academic Communication and Writing & Research courses.
Oversight of creating the training for Summer Intensive instructors.
Create assessments and rubrics for pre-admission, pre-matriculation needs as well as course assessments.
Administer pre- and post-semester surveys to assess the ELP classes learning objectives.
Create and conduct end- of- semester student focus groups and solicit instructor feedback via survey. Prepare reports and recommendations as needed.
Will be required to teach one to two courses per semester.
Track data and create reports for enrollment purposes, instructor hiring, and curriculum review and redesign.
Leadership (35%) (English Language Program, Student Success Center, Summer Intensive, and select Student Services Programs)
Assist in the development and implementation of academic and professional success programming and course-specific tutoring options in support of our diverse student population, including online and in-person.
Analyze current student academic and professional needs and create and streamline programming to meet those needs.
Anticipate future requirements among a diverse student body and address in a timely manner.
Collaborate with the Executive Director of Student Services in the creation and implementation of student development programming aligned with the school's mission.
Develop, implement, and market programs that support the student.
Recruit, hire, train, manage, mentor, and evaluate at minimum two full-time ELP instructors, at minimum one part-time ELP instructor/administrator, two Student Success Center Assistant Directors, and, ELP adjuncts, and, and all casual instructors for our Summer Intensive Program (26-32).
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