Reporting to the Regional/National Program Director, this Program Director is responsible for providing leadership for the CDL Program at Miller-Motte College. The CDL Program Director provides subject matter expertise and actively participates in the curriculum development, revision and implementation process. As the subject matter expert in a particular program, this Program Director provides face to face product knowledge training to the Admissions group, utilizing materials generated via the centralized curriculum development process. This position is responsive to the Admissions staff when asked to engage with potential students and actively participates in new student orientation. The CDL Program Director is responsible for hiring, assigning, orienting, developing, evaluating and recognizing instructors within the program(s) of study. The CDL Program Director will convene meetings with faculty on a regular basis.
Experience Required: • Minimum: ⁻ Education requirement varies by field of instruction: For Commercial Driver’s License (CDL): High School Diploma or GED ⁻ Ability to obtain industry or State certification in the field of instruction if required, or demonstrated knowledge equivalent to the certification. ⁻ 3 years of experience in academic instruction in a post-secondary environment OR 5 years of industry experience. ⁻ 2 years of experience in a management or supervisory role ⁻ Ability to qualify as an instructor
Preferred: ⁻ Associate’s Degree, documented specialized competency in field of instruction, or equivalent work experience in the field of instruction ⁻ 5 years of experience in academic instruction in a post-secondary environment ⁻ 10 years of experience in the field of instruction ⁻ Working knowledge of federal/state government education regulations ⁻ 3 years of experience in a management or supervisory role ⁻ Previous experience as an academic program director ⁻ Experience in student guidance, or related field ⁻ Working knowledge of federal/state government education regulations
*Note: This is not necessarily an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, skills, duties, or requirements associated with the job. While this is intended to be an accurate reflection of the current job, management reserves the right to revise the job or require that other or different tasks be performed when circumstances change.