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Director, Student Affairs
|Job Type:||Career Services Management Student Affairs Administration|
|Institution Type:||Private for-profit,|
Reporting directly to the Executive Director with a dotted line to University Director of Student Affairs, the campus Director of Student Affairs (DSA) is responsible for the campus short and long-range planning, development, and oversight of activities and goals for all student affairs campus activities and programs, policies/procedures, and services that strategically promote and support student engagement, student development, student success, and student life at the campus. Oversees and directs administrative support for student affairs activities such as but not limited to: orientation, retention, student appreciation, advising, satisfaction strategies, assessment, pinning ceremonies, student life, co-curricular involvement, service to students with disabilities, judicial affairs, appeals, grievances, academic co-curricular support services, and compliance-related areas. Provides assistance to students and other departments to ensure quality in all student affairs functions. Interfaces with the Admissions, Finance and Academic faculty and associates and other applicable campus leadership to accomplish retention and outcome goals. Conducts on-going student satisfaction review makes recommendations on areas for improvement and maintains current knowledge in the field of student affairs. Coordinates and organizes student member organizations on campus. Oversees and ensures campus compliance with all regulatory agencies, state, and governing boards and accrediting bodies, including but not limited to the Jeanne Cleary Act, Title IX, ADA, WASC, BPPE, Programmatic Accreditations, and Title IV.
Bachelor degree in education, administration, business management, student personnel, or related field required.
Master’s degree in education, administration, business management, student personnel, or related field preferred.
A minimum of five to eight years’ experience in an academic setting, a minimum five years of which must have been in a management level position involving administrative, supervisory or director level duties concerned with student service administration/relations, or related management experience.
Evidence of strong supervisory and managerial skills, including budgets, strategic planning, including assessment and evaluation skills.
Experience with development and implementation of career programs.
Experience with college or workforce planning.
Experience with MS Office.
Knowledge of applicable databases and computer application systems to supply the most accurate information, reports and projections.
Knowledge of state, federal and local laws/regulations relating to programs, governmental compliance and other regulatory standards such as Title IV, ACICS, WASC, BPPE, and other accreditation standards is preferred.
Health, dental and vision plan
Vacation, sick and holiday schedule
401(k) Plan with employer match
Flexible Spending Account
Long/short term disability and more.
To learn more about West Coast University and apply for this exciting opportunity, please visit our website: www.westcoastuniversity.edu
West Coast University is proud to be an equal opportunity employer, and we seek candidates who desire to work in and serve an ethnically-diverse population.
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