Under the administrative direction of the Executive Vice President, Academic Affairs, (EVPAA) this position sets the vision and is responsible for the Sciences and Health Professions division of academic affairs. The division includes the following programmatic areas: Alcohol and Drug Counseling; Cancer Registry Management; Child, Youth and Family Studies; Dental Assistant; Dental Hygiene; Emergency Medical Technician; Health Unit Coordinator; Health Information Management Careers; Human Services; Nursing (Associate Degree Nursing, Nursing Assistant, Practical Nursing); Sciences (Biology, Biotechnology, Chemistry, Earth Science, Engineering, Environmental Science, Laboratory Science, Natural Science and Physics); and Surgical Technology.
The Dean is responsible for supervision of joint programs held with the Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences (Cardiovascular Invasive Specialist, Clinical Neurophysiology Technology, Histology Technician and Emergency Medicine Paramedic programs). The Dean provides both day-to-day management of and visionary leadership for the above academic areas, including obtaining and maintaining national and/or state accreditation as applicable, strategic and academic planning, assessment and continuous quality improvement.
Position provides vision for the division in related curricular and co-curricular arenas including but not restricted to liaison work with the Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences, Destination Medical Center, annual Rochester Regional Science fair, and new science and healthcare program development. The Dean serves in a leadership capacity on the RCTC President's Management Team. This position also interacts and coordinates curricular and related efforts with K-12, Minnesota State colleges and universities and other Higher Education partners. As a part of the College's academic leadership team, this position works with community organizations, industry and workforce development to understand and address local and regional workforce needs.
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Internal Number: 16862
About Rochester Community & Technical College
Rochester Community and Technical College was founded in 1915 on a motion by Dr. Charles Mayo to the Rochester School Board. Rochester is Minnesota's oldest - and one of the nation's oldest - original community colleges. The 2005-2006 academic year marked RCTC's 90th anniversary. The college serves approximately 7,500 students in credit-based enrollments and 3,000 in noncredit courses.