Director of Strategic Planning and Assessment
Job Locations US-TX-Denison
Type Regular Full-Time
Welcome to Grayson College. Grayson College is in the heart of Grayson County
and provides a vital link for higher education. GC offers small classes for
personalized instruction, affordable tuition, caring, professional faculty,
and the convenience of day, evening or online classes. The college serves
approximately 5,000 students annually. Grayson's reputation is highly
respected by surrounding universities and industries as an excellent source of
quality graduates who bring specialized, skilled and much-needed talents to
Director of Strategic Planning and Assessment: The Director of Strategic
Planning and Assessment provides leadership for strategic, tactical and
operational planning and accreditation requirements. Specific responsibilities
typically include: support of campus-wide planning, report and data analysis
as it relates to planning, development of campus strategic and master plans,
and supervision of departmental staff.
The salary range for this position is $74,771.84 to $112,157.76 annually.
Relocation expenses are not offered for this position.
Medical, Dental, Vision, Life, Short & Long-term disability insurances
Medical premiums covered by Grayson College for FT employee only
Vacation Accrual- 2 weeks per year
Sick Leave Accrual- 2 weeks per year
Personal Leave- 2 days for FT employees per year
Holidays- Labor Day, Thanksgiving Break, Winter Break, Martin Luther King
Jr. Day, Spring Break, Memorial Day, Juneteenth and Independence Day
Tuition-FT employees, their spouse & dependents are eligible for coverage
of full Grayson College tuition amount.
25% Provides oversight and supervision for institutional planning, trend
analysis for environmental scanning and accreditation processes.
20% Maintains a current knowledge of compliance and data requirements for
local, state, and federal reporting and accreditation standards; creates
and maintains an annual reporting and certification compliance calendar.
20% Coordinate assessment activities for compliance with SACSCOC standards
related to assessment and institutional effectiveness and assists with
other college and/or program specialized accreditations.
10% Manages the assessment software including training faculty and staff
on using software for assessment and accreditation management
10% Assists with ensuring timely and accurate drafting of SACSCOC-related
reports and letters.
10% Provides assessment information to leadership to assist with
institutional decision-making in alignment with strategic planning. As
directed, disseminates findings to appropriate stakeholders.
5% Performs other job duties as assigned.
Demonstrates Viking Values of balance, clarity, gratitude, service, teamwork, and trust.
Demonstrates a high level of strategic planning using quantitative and qualitative data.
Produces detailed work with a high degree of accuracy.
Consistently provides a high level of service to others and establishes positive relationships with other departments and external partners including vendors and state agencies.
Manages sensitive data in a mature and professional manner.
Complies with all laws and regulations regarding higher education and institutional records.
Maintains the confidentiality of records as required.
This job description is not a complete statement of all duties and
responsibilities comprising the position.
Experience: Two years to five years of similar or related experience
in strategic planning, and accreditation.
Education: A Master's degree or a specialized certification program
taking one year or more of coursework beyond a Bachelor's degree.
Interpersonal Skills : Courtesy, tact, and diplomacy are
essential elements of the job. Work involves much personal contact with
others inside and/or outside the college for purposes of giving or
obtaining information, building relationships, or soliciting cooperation.
Other Skills: Ability to research complex federal and state
regulatory guidance as well as college policies and procedures. Strong
analytical, organizational, and time management skills. Effective oral and
written communication skills.
Physical Requirements: The work is typically sedentary. However,
there may be some walking, standing, bending, carrying of light items,
etc. No special physical demands are required to do the work.
Work Environment : Regular exposure to favorable conditions such as
those found in a typical office.
Please submit unofficial transcripts or e-copies for each institution of
higher education attended with your application (If selected, official
transcripts from each degree-granting institution will be required upon date
of hire). Be sure to include three professional references with your
application. This position is considered a security sensitive position and
will require a criminal background check.
GRAYSON COLLEGE IS AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY INSTITUTION
PROVIDING EDUCATIONAL AND EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES ON THE BASIS OF MERIT AND
WITHOUT DISCRIMINATION ON THE BASIS OF RACE, COLOR, NATIONAL ORIGIN, RELIGION,
GENDER, AGE, DISABILITY, OR ANY OTHER BASIS PROHIBITED BY LAW.
The employer actively supports the Americans with Disabilities Act and will
consider reasonable accommodations. For more information, please contact the
human resources office at 903-463-8770 or [email protected].