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University Wide, Program Director, School of Computer Science



Stratford University
November 1, 2018
Fairfax, VA
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Job Title: University Director, School of CSIT

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At Stratford University employees take enormous pride in their work and the work of the University. Stratford is not just your next job -- it is a career where employees find their true calling and feel tremendous joy in making a difference in the lives of others. Every employee is empowered and encouraged to contribute innovative ideas to enhance the student experience and learning outcomes. This is made evident by our motto, Changing lives, one student at a time.”  Visit our University blog at


University Director of CSIT is accountable to the Vice President of Academic Affairs and/or designate, and is responsible for the quality and delivery of the School’s academic programs. This director will influence the professional growth and development of faculty and students while shaping the School’s success, growth and future. The University Director will work with industry leaders to ensure the School’s curriculum provides students with the industry skills that are most important and valuable. Proactive collaboration across campuses is expected in order to ensure consistency of program offerings and partnerships with the different schools. This person is an innovative thinker, with entrepreneurial drive, and possess interpersonal savvy and uncompromising commitment to academic excellence, diversity in all its forms, and interdisciplinary team-work.

The University Director will provide academic leadership, development and the continued improvement of educational programs focusing on Computer Science and Information Technology. This position will work in concert with Campus Deans, Campus program leadership, and University Administration in providing leadership and management for the CSIT Program. In addition, the University Director will assist the Campus Deans with the planning, organization and direction of the operation, staffing and budgeting needs of the School of CSIT in support of Stratford University’s goals.

Essential Job Functions:

 Work with University Administration, peer institutions, the community and prospective students in the critical areas of recruitment, retention and placement.

 Foster an environment of teamwork, collaboration and cooperation while creating a shared vision for the School of CSIT.

 Develop the School of CSIT’s vision and goals reflecting the University’s mission.

 Initiate, plan and oversee implementation of all academic offerings in the School of CSIT with appropriate involvement of assigned faculty and staff.

 Ensure the University’s catalog is accurate, well-written and current, and assist in the preparation of all relevant University documents, including class schedules, brochures, with respect to the School of CSIT.

 Achieve and maintain specialized accreditations, as appropriate, as well as support institutional accreditation initiatives.

 Coordinate and direct the assessment, evaluation, review and implementation of innovative curriculum additions and revisions, course outlines, syllabi and textbook selection.

 Oversee and verify operational processes and procedures such as teaching assignments, classroom schedules and class changes.

 Champion the internationalization of the University by facilitating the exchange of students and faculty, and by strengthening global competencies in all students.

Management of People

 Provide full supervisory authority over faculty and staff assigned to the School of CSIT, developing a culture where faculty, staff and students exhibit professional standards consistent with industry standards.

 Oversee the hiring of School of CSIT faculty and staff in accordance with the University hiring process, and the accreditation requirements.

 Utilize University policy and procedure to resolve faculty and staff grievances, concerns and problems within the School of CSIT within the context of the University’s Office of Human Resources.

 Hire, orient, train, supervise, and if needed discipline faculty and coordinate, as needed, with assigned faculty and other University personnel in the School of CSIT.

 Demonstrate evidence of effective motivation strategies for faculty and staff.

Management of Program

 Perform complex assignments to fulfill responsibilities related to program review, curriculum development, coordination of faculty teaching schedules, synchronization of class activities across all campuses, and efficient use of instructional space.

 Develop effective methods and procedures for improving the quality, image and effectiveness of the CSIT.

 Lead and coordinate the planning, enhancement and development of the CSIT programs.

 Collaborate with the Innovation Office to develop new and modify existing programs to promote student learning outcomes and program effectiveness.

 Coordinate the development and implementation of new curricula and programs.

 Maintain an inventory of current course syllabi and monitor the development of new and revised syllabi.

 Responsible for the recommendation and development of new courses, workshops and certificate programs for the School of CSIT based on enrollment data analysis, market trends and community assessment.

Management of Student Engagement

 Provide leadership in establishing and maintaining processes and methods for the School of CSIT, programs and student performance measurements, and assist in the acquisition and analysis of performance and assessment data.

 Ensure that class schedules and curriculums meet students’ needs, while at the same time being fiscally responsible and efficient.

 Support the exploration and innovation of scheduling improvements, use of learning modalities, delivery methods, flexible learning schedules, distance learning and classroom technologies.

 Monitor student attendance, grades, retention, academic metrics, program budget, classroom observations, instructor evaluations, and provide actionable information to the Vice President of Academic Affairs and/or designate, Local Campus Deans, and University President.

Management of Externships

 Build an extensive set of relationships with businesses, government organizations, colleges, universities, and other enterprises to significantly grow enrollments as a result of these partnerships.

 Identify, forge and develop new partnerships for externships and student placement upon graduation. 

 Facilitate the development of industry specific externship opportunities that matches our undergraduates with alumni and active employers for short-term job shadowing and mentoring experiences.

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