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John Abbott College Manager, Centre for Continuing Education/Adjoint administratif-classe 4 Full Time in Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC

John Abbott College

Branch Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue QC CA

Position:
Manager, Centre for Continuing Education/Adjoint administratif-classe 4
Location:
Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC

Management of Academic Processes of the Centre of Continuing Education:. Liaise with Facilities Management Services and IT department regarding recommendations…

IMPORTANT: Effective April 3, 2017.

JOB SUMMARY: The Manager, Continuing Education, under the authority of the Director of the Centre for Continuing Education, is a member of the management team of John Abbott College. The Manager will work in close collaboration with the Director of Continuing Education. The Manager is responsible for the management and day-to-day functioning of the Centre for Continuing Education including: overseeing processes related to the management of academic programs and courses, facilities issues, monitoring budgets, marketing initiatives, overseeing staff and the application of College policies. In collaboration with the Continuing Education team, will also partake in the development of new training initiatives including corporate activities and the management of such..

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Management of Academic Processes of the Centre of Continuing Education:
In collaboration with Continuing Education Program Coordinators and relevant College departments, set up and manage processes such as:
• Faculty and program evaluations and surveys
• Program and course revision(s)
• Continuing Education faculty scheduling, set-up of hiring committees and the integration of new faculty, in liaison with the Human Resources Department
• Course and program registration in liaison with the Registrar’s office
• RAC and IT assessment procedures

Budgets:
Supports the Director of Continuing Education in:
• Tracking and reporting on budgets from various sources including MERST, Emploi-Québec and others
• Projecting, monitoring and tracking revenues and expenses as per reports from Financial Services
• Keeping up-to-date with MERST and Emploi-Québec finance regulations and changes
• Initiation, verification and monitoring of invoicing for Training and Service contracts

Academic:

• Work on development of specific non-credit and credited training projects
• Manage “for profit” programs and projects as assigned
• In collaboration with the College’s Professional Development Centre, recommend and document Professional Development activities for Continuing Education faculty and staff

Corporate:
• Research market needs
• Identify potential companies and organizations interested in corporate training and establish relationships with potential customers
• Evaluate feasibility and pricing for customized course content, development and delivery
• Develop a pool of trainers in relevant sectors
• Develop training programs for industry

General Administrative:
• Assist in the preparation and implementation of strategic objectives, annual priorities and departmental work plans
• Liaise with internal and external organizations to represent Continuing Education and the College as required
• Manage advertising in collaboration with other Continuing Education staff and the Communications Department
• Review, develop, document and implement administrative procedures
• Oversee the work function of Continuing Education administrative staff
• Perform other related tasks assigned by the Director of Continuing Education

Facilities & Purchasing:
• Oversee the physical requirements of Brittain Hall
• Liaise with Facilities Management Services and IT department regarding recommendations for purchasing furniture, equipment and renovation requests

Qualifications
Education: Bachelor’s degree with a specialization appropriate to the employment

Specific Requirements:
• Knowledge of Quebec and Canadian labor market trends and the business environment
• A minimum of five years of experience in education and corporate training
• Ability to coordinate simultaneous projects
• Proven ability to develop and implement processes and ensure delivery by established deadlines
• Demonstrated ability to mobilize people and teams, and to set objectives
• Advanced English
• Intermediate French
• Computer skills (Microsoft Office)
• Strong organizational and leadership skills
• Highly self-directed and motivated
• Knowledge of the Québec CEGEP system and familiarity with Continuing Education would be an asset

Testing may be required to demonstrate proficiency in and knowledge of the following:
• English – advanced – oral and written
• French – intermediate – oral and written
• Excel – intermediate

or proceed with Standard Application Form.

Employment Type: Full Time
Location: Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC, CA
Posted on: 2017-02-10
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