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Durham, North Carolina, United States (hybrid)
11 days ago
Durham, North Carolina, United States
11 days ago
Job Type
Job Duration
Engineering Discipline
Education / Teaching / Administration
Min Experience
7-10 Years
Min Education
Master's Degree
Required Travel


Join Team NCSSM at the #2 Best Public High School in the U.S.

POSITION LOCATION: Durham, NC or Morganton, NC 

NCSSM employees are generally required to live within a 2-hour commuting distance of the assigned duty station. 

CLOSING DATE: Open until filled - priority consideration to applications received prior to April 30th, 2024 5 P.M.

HIRING SALARY: Salary commensurate with education and experience

Description of Duties:

Leadership Across NCSSM-Durham, NCSSM-Morganton and NCSSM-Online 

Create a “one-school” culture. Engage in and accomplish NCSSM’s Strategic Plan. Create and make informed decisions using programmatic, faculty and curriculum assessment. Facilitate and lead NCSSM’s movement toward interdisciplinary coursework and experiences, including connections among all Science, Mathematics, Humanities, and Engineering & Computer Science across the three campuses. Provide vision and leadership to the Engineering & Computer Science department across our Durham, Morganton and Online campuses. 

Oversee and lead equity-minded initiatives in the Engineering & Computer Science department across our Durham and Morganton campuses and our Online program. Evaluate and improve departmental and summer programs while streamlining processes and procedures. Administer the department's State and Foundation budgets while helping to develop donor relationships. Collaborate with internal and external constituents to lead all Engineering & Computer Science operations. Travel and weekend work are required.

Enrollment, Master Schedule, Courses, and Programs

Oversee and lead a master schedule that optimizes courses across NCSSM-Durham, NCSSM-Morganton and NCSSM-Online to include some offerings in a hybrid model across programs, including coordinating the department’s January-Term offerings, new courses and interdisciplinary offerings, the annual revision of the NCSSM course catalog including course descriptions, prerequisites, and meeting patterns. Develop and coordinate professional development opportunities across the campuses to enrich faculty and staff expertise in the implementation of innovative pedagogy, the use of technology, or other institution-wide topics.

Ensure academic clubs, forums, competitions and other academic experiences are inclusive of NCSSM-Durham, NCSSM-Morganton and NCSSM-Online. Support department chairs with the Summer Research and Innovation Program (SRIP) process, as well as NCSSM summer transition programs.


Responsible for supervising departmental chairs and administrative associates across NCSSM-Durham and NCSSM-Morganton. Responsibilities include: approving time worked and approved leave, monitoring supervisees' annual performance goals, work plans, and evaluations. Conduct classroom observations of new faculty and faculty on improvement plans. Assist with new faculty and staff orientation through training. Develop across campus professional development opportunities at the institution, discipline, and departmental levels, when appropriate. Assist the chairs with hiring new departmental faculty and staff. Support nominations for NCSSM and external awards for faculty and staff, in collaboration with the chairs.

Budget and Purchasing

Administer all annual budgets for State, Foundation, and other departmental accounts. Work with departmental Program Associate to monitor and manage departmental or discipline budgets and to share regular updates with the chairs. Approve purchase requests. Identify departmental needs across NCSSM-Durham, NCSSM-Morganton and NCSSM-Online and advocate for funding to meet those needs. Work with the Vice-Chancellor and Chief Operating Officer of Morganton to create a recurring budget for the department including supplies, materials, textbook, curriculum development, special projects, and summer programs for NCSSM Morganton.

Administrative Coordination and Communication

Attend meetings representing the Academic Programs division across NCSSM-Durham, NCSSM-Morganton and NCSSM-Online (Deans and Vice Chancellor, Instructional Council, Deans and Chairs, Deans and Registrars, Institutional Advancement, BOT Meetings, Foundation Board Meetings, Deans and Faculty Senate Officers, etc.) and serve on committees (e.g., Hiring, Strategic Planning, Accreditation, and Calendar). Assist with the coordination and delivery of in-service events, including Family Day, admissions events, alumni events and professional development activities. Coordinate with other departments and divisions (Facilities, Business Office, Student Life, Counseling, HR, Extended Learning, etc.) to ensure the delivery of academic programs. Keep departmental leaders informed about important school news, initiatives, deadlines, etc. Deliver formal presentations, including presentations to the Board of Trustees, Foundation Board, and Admissions events (Open Houses, Discovery Days, Welcome Days, etc.). Promote engagement and outreach activities specific to the department or disciplines. Assist with fundraising initiatives for the department and/or institution. Serve as the final decision-maker for faculty, parents, students and prospective student concerns by acknowledging, researching and responding to the concern or issue.

NCSSM-Online Program

Lead and oversee online responsibilities. Examples include: Online Welcome, Online Orientation, Summer Scholar Development Course, Online Family Day, Online Weekends, Online Recognition Ceremony, Online Courses, Online Catalog, Online Master Schedules, Online Staffing, Online Purchasing, Online Communications, Online Student Support, Online Clubs, Online Competitions, Online Parents and Families, Online TAs and Tutoring, etc.

Instructional Duties

Teach one course per academic year.

Remote Options: Remote options are available (1) when students are not on campus and there are no in-person required meetings and (2) with supervisor approval.

Please visit NCSSM Career Opportunities for more information.


Masters degree in Engineering, Computer Science or related field and seven years of related experience, to include experience supervising faculty, teaching experience, curriculum development experience, and five years of leadership experience (i..e, department chair or similar experience).

Job ID: 73068593

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