Continuing Education Instructors
The UW-Rock County Office of Continuing Education seeks instructors for our non-credit continuing education programs for youth and adults. If you have a special expertise you want to share or if you have the desire to teach, this could be your opportunity. We have special need in our personal growth and children's programming, which may include workshops, a series of classes, training sessions, exercise programs, educational activities for kids or other opportunities for the public to learn about a variety of topics from art to history, languages to computer applications. To propose teaching a course, please see the bottom of the Continuing Education page.
Assistant Campus Dean for Administration and Finance
The University of Wisconsin Colleges is delighted to recruit a new colleague to join our leadership team at UW-Rock County. Reporting directly to the Campus Executive Officer/Dean, the Assistant Campus Dean for Administration and Finance (ACDAF) is the campus Chief Financial Officer and responsible for the planning and daily management of financials, business services, facilities, procurement, human resources, safety and risk management, auxiliary and campus support programs. The ACDAF hires, trains, supervises, and evaluates the performance of eight direct report staff and a variety of limited term and student employees. This is a full-time, limited appointment position.
THE UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-ROCK COUNTY
UW-Rock County is part of the University of Wisconsin Colleges. The University of Wisconsin Colleges is the freshman-sophomore liberal arts transfer institution of the world-renowned University of Wisconsin System. The UW Colleges comprises 13 two-year campuses around the state, plus UWC Online, each of which offers an excellent liberal arts and pre-professional education for students beginning work toward a bachelor's degree.
Here at UW-Rock County, we pride ourselves in having an innovative and collegial staff and faculty dedicated to student success. We are committed to providing individualized and caring attention to every student. As part of the UW System, we offer the superior education associated with the University of Wisconsin. And as a UW College, we have cultivated a strong and focused educational atmosphere where students enjoy the opportunity for one-on-one interaction with their professors and support staff. We also are proud to be one of six campuses to offer a bachelor's degree though the Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences program.
UW-Rock County and the UW Colleges value diversity and inclusion. We define Inclusive Excellence as the intentional engagement of the broadest range of perspectives, backgrounds, needs, experience, and circumstance in order to maximize success. We value diversity within our students, faculty, and staff and seek a colleague who shares those values.
Our scenic campus is located on the Rock River and is comprised of five connected halls inundated with natural light. Our open-access campus is an established part of the Janesville community, conveniently located near urban centers of Madison, Chicago, and Milwaukee.
Please see http://www.uwc.edu for more information about the UW Colleges and UW-Rock County.
RESPONSIBILITIES: Major areas of responsibilities are as follows:
25% FISCAL RESPONSIBILITIES
Serves as the campus Chief Financial Officer and is responsible for the planning, appropriation, management and reconciliation of all operating budgets/programs of the campus. All budgets use electronic construction and reporting software.
15% HUMAN RESOURCES RESPONSIBILITIES
Serves as the campus Human Resources Personnel Manager and provides directional guidance in all human resource initiatives (classification, employee evaluations, transitions, performance, merit, grievance, leave, pay, benefits, etc.), programs and policies/procedures.
15% CAMPUS FACILITIES
As the Director of campus facilities, coordinates building planning activities and maintenance; organizes campus planning activities in relation to institutional, UW System, state, and local planning guidelines; coordinates preparation and completion of Campus Capital/Facilities Planning report; and, coordinates facility master planning processes.
10% CAMPUS, COMMUNITY & OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES
Serves as a representative of the campus to community and local governments and performs other related tasks/duties as delegated/elected/assigned by committees and/or the Dean.
10% CAMPUS BURSAR
Acts as the campus Bursar, in compliance with state, UW System, and institutional requirements; develops fee policies, supervises cashier functions, collects tuition and fees, supervises the disbursement of financial aid, and supervises accounts receivables.
5% PURCHASING & PROCUREMENT
As the delegated purchasing authority, administers and manages purchase and procurement for UW-Rock County in line with state, UW System, and local government procurement policies.
5% AUXILIARY AND SUPPORT SERVICES
Manages campus auxiliary and all related support services including, but not limited to, bookstore, food service, mail, copying, supplies, and equipment.
5% INFORMATION AND INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY
Project manager for campus IT programs for both administrative and academic computing. Guides the network administrator and instructional technologist in task prioritization and planning.
5% RISK AND SAFETY RESPONSIBILITIES
Manages campus risk management and environmental health and safety programs by providing directional guidance for health/safety processes, procedures, and implementations.
5% OTHER DUTIES
Performs other duties as assigned.
- Minimum of a master's degree
- Demonstrated effective supervisory experience
- Demonstrated experience in managing complex budgets (with specific responsibilities to create, appropriate, and reconcile) and knowledge of best business practices
- Demonstrated effective written and oral communication skills
- Demonstrated project management skills to effectively coordinate projects, set priorities, manage multiple tasks, and meeting deadlines
- Demonstrated effective people skills with experience working and communication effectively with diverse constituencies
- Demonstrated experience in higher education
- Demonstrated understanding of current and developing trends in higher education
- Demonstrated strategic planning experience
- Experience within the UW System and/or state of Wisconsin
All application materials must be submitted electronically at the time of application. We are not able to consider paper, emailed or faxed applications. Applicants will need to complete all required fields and attach all required documents at the time of application. Required application materials: 1) a letter of application that addresses how your education and experience meet the qualifications for the position, 2) current resume, and 3) names and contact information (e-mail address, phone number, and mailing address) of at least three references.
For assured consideration, all required application materials must be received by October 13, 2014.
This position will remain posted until filled. Confidentiality of application can only be honored if requested AND only if the applicant is not deemed a finalist candidate, as defined by Wis.Stat.Sec. 19.36(7)(a).
SALARY & COMPENSATION:
Minimum salary is $72,814, commensurate with experience. An outstanding benefits package, including employer contributions toward health insurance and retirement savings, is included with the appointment.
QUESTIONS MAY BE ADDRESSED TO:
Melinda Zweifel, UW-Rock County Search & Screen Committee Chair
A background check will be conducted for all finalist candidates.
Employment is contingent on establishment of identity and verification of employment eligibility as required by the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986.
University of Wisconsin Colleges
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