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Senior Manager, Honors Program Various locations
Dallas College is seeking a detail-oriented, student-centered leader with a proven track record of implementing high-impact strategies that increase honor student’s persistence, credential completion, and transfer. Reporting to the Dean of Special Academic Programs, the Manager will be responsible for leading and coordinating the expansion of a comprehensive and diverse Honors Program designed to provide students with an enriched global and challenging academic community of learners and to facilitate the transfer of students to competitive public or private four-year colleges and universities.
System Support Specialist II Bill J. Priest
Resolves tier two technology issues and interfaces with vendors for product information and support. Continually work with end users to provide systems support and ensure high satisfaction levels and reliability of the systems.
Program Services Coordinator (Grant Funded) Richland
Responsible for developing a comprehensive student services program by coordinating programs involving recruitment, enrollment, course planning, implementation of activities, seminars and other events presented for student and participants.
Workforce Development and Apprenticeship Support Specialist (2 positions) Various locations
• Provides support for day-to-day logistics and implementation related to work-based, employer-driven, earn-and-learn programs, workforce development initiatives and job pipeline opportunities, apprenticeship development/implementation, and other solutions-oriented activities. • Follow processes and policies that enable and encourage the meeting of workforce development and apprenticeship project objectives. • Provide support services in student enrollment, course building and student registration processes into official college database. • Undertakes special projects and exercises sound judgement in the preparation of highly confidential student, trainee, apprentice and training provider correspondence.
Managing Director - Budget Coordination Various locations
Responsible for the development, implementation, and day-to-day administration of operating budgets across all School and/or administrative workgroups within Dallas College. The Managing Director, Budget Coordination initiates annual budget planning with participation of executive officers and administrative unit managers. With support staff, the Managing Director maintains approved budgeted amounts in the budget system and performs necessary financial analysis, trends, and variance analysis between budgets and actual revenues and expenses.
Faculty Full Time - Biology (Fall2022) Brookhaven, Cedar Valley, Eastfield, El Centro, Mountain View, North Lake, Richland, Various locations
Teaches students effectively in Biology classes and maintains office hours for student consultation in accordance with procedures outlined in the Dallas County Community College Board Policy Manual and/or agreed upon with immediate supervisor.
Case Manager, Rising Star Cedar Valley
The Case Manager, Rising Star is responsible for the coordination of the college Rising Star Program and its student population at the college location. Responsible for coordinating and providing various student services and functions in support of the achievement of overall program goals and objectives. Serves as liaison between college location and internal and external entities as it relates to the Rising Star program.
Accountant District Service Center
Performs a variety of complex accounting tasks which involve preparing or supervising the preparation of financial analysis, budget management, general ledger reconciliations, journal entries, statements, records, documents, and reports.
Department Chair - Mathmatics Various locations
Dallas College seeks a dynamic, visionary leader to play an important role in the design, development, and launch of the seven new Dallas College academic schools (the Schools) who will serve as Department Chair for a specific Dallas College academic school. Dallas College is establishing the Schools with a new, ambitious academic framework to ensure the Schools align with the North Texas region’s workforce and industry needs to ensure graduates’ success in their careers. The Department Chair reports to the Dean, Academic Affairs or the Vice Provost, School of and is the only position in the redesigned Dallas College that supervises faculty members. The Department Chair will: 1. Oversee the delivery of high-quality instruction and facilitating faculty development. To do so, they interface closely with the Scheduling Team to finalize the schedule and assign faculty to courses. 2. Supervise adjuncts, evaluate faculty, support curriculum maintenance and improvement, and prioritize faculty coaching and development. 3. In partnership with the Dallas College scheduling team, take on the primary functions of program coordination within their given department. 4. Oversee the general day-to-day operations of the department; develop and drive the department’s goals; support faculty development; and work in a professional and collegial manner with faculty, staff, and students. 5. Work closely with the other Schools’ leaders to ensure all academic programs maintain a high level of academic rigor. 6. Possess a strong commitment to institutional effectiveness, program performance management, and be well-versed in using data to make program and school-level decisions.
Department Chair, Biological Sciences Various locations
Dallas College seeks a dynamic, visionary leader to play an important role in the design, development, and launch of the seven new Dallas College academic schools (the Schools) who will serve as Department Chair for a specific Dallas College academic school. Dallas College is establishing the Schools with a new, ambitious academic framework to ensure the Schools align with the North Texas region’s workforce and industry needs to ensure graduates’ success in their careers. The Department Chair reports to the Dean, Academic Affairs or the Vice Provost, School of and is the only position in the redesigned Dallas College that supervises faculty members. The Department Chair will: 1. Oversee the delivery of high-quality instruction and facilitating faculty development. To do so, they interface closely with the Scheduling Team to finalize the schedule and assign faculty to courses. 2. Supervise adjuncts, evaluate faculty, support curriculum maintenance and improvement, and prioritize faculty coaching and development. 3. In partnership with the Dallas College scheduling team, take on the primary functions of program coordination within their given department. 4. Oversee the general day-to-day operations of the department; develop and drive the department’s goals; support faculty development; and work in a professional and collegial manner with faculty, staff, and students. 5. Work closely with the other Schools’ leaders to ensure all academic programs maintain a high level of academic rigor. 6. Possess a strong commitment to institutional effectiveness, program performance management, and be well-versed in using data to make program and school-level decisions.
Assistant Director - Campaign Strategy & Program Management Administrative Office
Dallas College is seeking experienced, highly collaborative marketers with a proven track record of developing strategic programs that drive student engagement and enrollment. The Assistant Director, Campaign Strategy & Program Management serves under the Marketing & Communications Department and reports directly to the Director, Campaign Strategy & Program Management. This role will serve as a primary point of contact for an assigned program within Dallas College, such as Schools, Campuses, Student Success, Workforce Development or collegewide programs. This role will serve as a partner to their assigned programs and will develop and execute strategic marketing plans and campaigns that meet the program’s goals.
Project Control Specialist District Service Center
Provides cost and financial management services including budgeting, cost forecasting and reporting, budget management and control, change management and contract administration.
Senior Financial Analyst District Service Center
Responsible for providing financial reporting and analyses to assist in monitoring budget performance and provide statistical data to DCCCD administrators and state and federal agencies for financial planning and decision making.
Faculty Full Time (Government) (Fall 2022) Cedar Valley, North Lake, Various locations
Teaches students effectively in assigned classes and maintains office hours for student consultation in accordance with procedures outlined in the Dallas County Community College Board Policy Manual and/or agreed upon with immediate supervisor.
Faculty Full Time (History) (Fall 2022) Cedar Valley, Mountain View, Richland, Various locations
Teaches students effectively in assigned classes and maintains office hours for student consultation in accordance with procedures outlined in the Dallas County Community College Board Policy Manual and/or agreed upon with immediate supervisor.
Educational Technologies Assistant Richland
Provides assistance, information and troubleshooting for faculty and students involved with on-site courses, distance learning telecourses and live interactive courses; provides support to specific campus/location assigned.
Instructional Technology Assistant Richland
Provides teaching and learning support for faculty and staff in the Center for Excellence in Teaching & Learning. This includes providing up to date information, troubleshooting issues, and creating support documentation to support instruction all modalities.
Schedule Builder and Contract Specialist District Office - One Main Place, Various locations, El Centro
The Scheduling Builder/Contract Specialist will collaborate with multiple scheduling coordinators to ensure all relevant scheduling data are codified into Dallas College data systems and is responsible for codifying the final course schedules into the centralized data system. This includes scheduling rooms for classes and generating and revising faculty extra service contracts. This position requires the application of critical thinking, maintaining detailed records, and using software to maintain databases.
Senior Graphic Designer Administrative Office
Leads multiple design projects simultaneously and manage each from conception through production. Support the District through the production of artwork, layouts and electronic/digital imaging, multimedia, video production and other presentation materials.
Career & Transfer Skills Development Specialist Various locations
• Support students throughout their academic journey by creating career preparation plans, exploring and choosing a Career Pathway and program, supporting resource materials and skills (resume creation and editing, interview coaching, networking, etc.), soft skill development, as well as job, internship, externship, apprenticeship exploration. • Support students in providing programming, resources and services that develop student skills to successfully access, navigate, and compete for workplace learning, career, and transfer opportunities. • Responsible for delivering high-quality, career and transfer support services including resume development, interview coaching, personal brand development, and application to internships, jobs, transfer, and transfer scholarships. • Facilitates application assistance to four-year colleges, and development of marketable and transferable skills, such as negotiating salaries, networking, personal branding, and other skills that support successful career development and transfer. • Collaborates with a broad career-connected network of internal and external partners to leverage resources and supports that eliminate barriers and promote effective career and transfer skill development for Dallas College students. • Leverages technology to monitor and track initiatives focused on student career and transfer skill development. • Coordinates goal-oriented initiatives centered on increasing student career skill development and successful transfer, including and not limited to career and/or transfer fairs.

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