Assistant Provost Education For Health Professions
National Association of Health Careers and Education Colleges
Role and Responsibilities:
The Assistant Provost of Education Professions is charged with leading the strategic efforts related to education professions, academic activities at National Association of Health Careers and Education.
The Assistant Provost provides strategic leadership in all aspects related to health education programs for the Colleges and held accountable for high quality curriculum and course content development for courses within their departments, meeting or exceed accreditor standards.
Collaborates with NAHCE leadership to grow through proposing new programs within the educational demands of the Health professions.
Manages activities related to advisory boards to ensure a productive and effective relationship between the board members and the College.
Supports National Association of Health Careers and Education Colleges leadership in establishing goals, strategic planning, and reporting at the institutional and program levels.
Establishes and maintains viable infrastructures to manage controlled growth, including professional development, faculty scheduling, and committees.
Models appropriate collaborative endeavors, nurturing relationships across departments and programs to promote consistency and stability in an ethical manner.
Coordinates academic program reviews and works with departments and offices to ensure continuous improvement.
Builds on existing programs, expanding and improving offerings and initiating new strategies for student experiences.
Works cooperatively with various departments to deliver effective, quality online instruction in compliance with the mission and vision of the colleges.
Ensures all accreditation and quality standards are met; collaborates and supports team members in meeting goals and standards.
Ensures academic policies, processes, and procedures align, and ensure compliance with regulatory statues and accreditation requirements.
Supports program plans and expectations across the college by aligning mission and vision, determining the impact of institutional policies and procedures.
Monitors state and federal regulatory requirements to adjust program requirements to meet changes in standards.
Reviews, reports, and helps regulate decisions related to accreditation, serving as a resource for program development and maintenance.
Demonstrates self-reliance by meeting/exceeding workflow needs.
Follows established processes as outlined by executive leaders.
Consistently produces a high volume of quality work.
Capable, and adapts as needed, to work under pressure and meet tight deadlines.
Proven leadership in establishing a positive climate of engagement in higher education with remote leadership experience preferred.
NAHCE Colleges is an Equal Opportunity Employer.