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Academic Director

Manhattan School of Computer Technology
Job Location:
Brooklyn, New York
Academic Vice Presidents and Provosts


  • Supervise and maintain open communication with all Faculty, Academic Coordinators, Student Services Coordinator, and Placement Coordinator.
  • Supervise the academic affairs of the School.
  • Collaborate with School Director in reporting School Academic Performance to BPSS and ACCET.
  • Oversee remote educational process.
  • Collaborate in collecting and analyzing data pertaining to all online courses.
  • Supervise and advise faculty on academic issues in accordance with IDL requirements and best practices.
  • Oversee daily instruction, and assessment programs of the faculty.
  • Oversee the orientation and internship programs in relation to education process.
  • Develop and approve policies pertaining to the Office of Academic Affairs.
  • Partner with other departments to develop academic metrics that are used to inform the Board, School Director, and other senior leaders regarding resource allocation and planning.
  • Determine the qualification, skills, and experience necessary to teach each course in-line with BPSS and ACCET requirements.
  • Participate in selecting, hiring, managing, and developing academic staff and faculty.
  • Schedule monthly faculty meetings, oversee and review the recording of minutes.
  • Supervise teacher training and professional development and oversee the in-service training of Academic staff and Faculty.
  • Provide leadership in matters concerning state and federal laws, regulations, and accreditation criteria of the accrediting body.
  • Participate in development of a personal education plan for students.
  • Assists in supporting and developing Student Recruitment Strategies: marketing, advertising, and communication.


  • Minimum Bachelor's degree required.
  • 5+ year's leadership experience in Higher Education.
  • Knowledge of Federal, State, and Accrediting laws & regulations.
  • Knowledge of Adult education learning styles and delivery methods.


  • Ability to communicate effectively with students, staff, faculty, and administration.
  • Demonstrated analytical, problem solving and detail skills.
  • Excellent oral, written and interpersonal skills.
  • Technology literacy: such as spreadsheets; CRM's, Microsoft Suite, etc...


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