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Job Opening ID: 1001991
The Associate Dean of Faculty Workload serves as the Miami Dade College lead for Faculty Workload functions, provides leadership in academic planning, oversight of faculty course and task points appropriate designations, and support in related matters. The position serves as a strategic academic affairs liaison with college-wide academic and student services functional areas.
Duties & Responsibilities:
•Leads the management, configuration and integration of Campus Solutions Faculty Workload functionality across the Campus Solutions Finance and HCM pillars
•Develops and implements process improvement solutions to Workload issues relating to faculty payments, class scheduling, academic and curricular processes
•Develops and schedules reports in coordination with IT that are necessary to audit the Faculty Workload system data accuracy. Sends stated reports to affected campus or department for follow-up action as needed. Communicates recurring issues to leadership.
•Oversees and manages the performance of Workload environment, coordinates IT system support and ensures problem resolution in a timely manner
•Provides recommendations on best practices, process and system enhancements and seeks resolutions to system and user issues related to Academic Affairs and workload. Works with Department Chairs, Deans of Faculty and other administrators to identify business processes, system requirements and implementation tasks
•Master’s degree in a related field from a regionally accredited institution and six (6) years of administration experience in higher education
•Proven and related experience in PeopleSoft
•Knowledge of college curricula and instructional programs
•Knowledge and familiarity with technology infrastructure, including PeopleSoft Information Systems, databases and software
•Advanced knowledge in technical aspects of Campus Solutions -Faculty Workload
•Knowledge and understanding of a wider range of instructional systems development, training methods, techniques and formats