Coast Mountain College (CMTN), Terrace campus, invites applications for an exciting opportunity for an experienced professional to join as the Associate Dean, Health Program. This is a permanent management role and is well suited to a professional ready to apply their skills and experience to new challenges in a supportive and progressive environment. The salary for this position will be $117,197 per annum plus full benefits and pension.
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The Associate Dean is responsible for the portfolio’s overall leadership and support, which includes the Northern Collaboration Baccalaureate Nursing Program-Registered Nurse (NCBNP), Access to Practical Nursing, Health Care Assistant, and other health-related programs. This includes ensuring the College offers high quality, economically responsible, approved educational programs and services that are responsive to local communities.
In order to foster a culture that enables CMTN to flourish, the Associate Dean will facilitate efficient communication among students, staff, faculty, administration, and external stakeholders. Additionally, the Associate Dean works with linked institutions on University Credit Programs and Degree Partnerships that are within the Associate Dean’s purview.
The Associate Dean should be a bold visionary leader and change agent who can nurture a direction that is in line with the College’s academic and strategic initiatives, and who has the teamwork abilities and resources to achieve goals. While striving to enhance institutional and academic programming, student achievement, and operational management, the ideal applicant can manage successfully at both the strategic and operational levels.
The Associate Dean should have a “can-do” attitude and live with a sense of adventure and integrity that aligns with CMTN’s mission of becoming the college of choice for place-based, experiential learning. They should also have experience with the complexities of the post-secondary landscape and possess an inclusive leadership style. Experience and interest working with Indigenous learners and communities will be considered a significant asset.
The successful candidate will ideally possess:
- Master’s degree in a related field combined with administrative leadership experience, preferably within a post-secondary environment – experience in the healthcare sector is a strong asset;
- Demonstrated knowledge of and experience in mitigating the barriers and challenges faced by students including Indigenous and at-risk populations in accessing post-secondary education;
- Familiarity with experiential, place-based education;
- Excellent written, verbal and cross-cultural communication skills;
- Excellent interpersonal and problem-solving skills, including team-building skills; and
- Demonstrated ability to support others in achieving a common goal and establishing a positive work environment
- Minimum Class 5 driver’s license as travel will take place between campus and program locations
To apply to this role, please send a cover letter detailing which of the 94 Calls to Action you see this role best positioned to champion institutionally and an up-to-date resume quoting competition #23.050M to:
Coast Mountain College, Human Resources Department Email: email@example.com
NOTE: Only complete applications (with a cover letter and resume included) received to the above noted email address will be considered.
CMTN provides quality learning experiences that help prepare our students for successful, positive futures. We celebrate the diversity of our northern and Indigenous populations and reflect this diversity in our programs, services and workforce. In accordance with CMTN’s strategic plan, we encourage applications from Indigenous individuals.
We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.