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CCCU institutions are located around the world. Though they are diverse in size, scope, and mission, they are each committed to faith-integrated higher education.
Represents the Provost in ensuring the following institutional outcomes:
The missional, enrollment, and economic viability optimization and thriving of all MA degrees, including new, market sensitive and adaptive degrees.
The missional, enrollment, and economic viability optimization of the Asbury Institutes, including institution-wide integration.
The continued and integrated progress across the entire institution of all 2023global related initiatives.
The continued progress of the Church Planting initiatives
The missional, enrollment, and economic viability optimization and thriving of the Office of Faith, Work, and Economics (OFWE), including ensuring seamless collaboration between KY and FL OFWE administration, management, and initiatives.
The missional, enrollment, and economic viability optimization and thriving of the current DMin program and the future on-line DMin program.
The seamless integration of effective and biblical preaching and leadership instruction and training across the Beeson School of Practical Theology (BSPT) and the entire institution, including positioning the seminary to serve as a global resource for the evangelical and Wesleyan churches, organizations, and movements.
Related Responsibilities and Essential Functions
Collaborates very closely with the Vice President and Associate Provost for Enrollment Management and the enrollment team relative to institutional outcomes, including retention and enrollment outcomes.
Collaborates very closely with the Dean of the Beeson School of Practical Theology (BSPT), with a dotted line relationship to the Dean of the BSPT.
Collaborates with the Registrar and the IEA team (Institutional Effectiveness and Assessment) in ensuring that the Provost and other key institutional leaders receive integrated and usable data from multiple sources, including: internal reports, internal surveys, best practices analyses, state requirements for educational delivery systems, international requirements for delivery systems, and all accreditation agencies and processes.
Represents the Provost institution-wide in extending the seminary's presence and influence with pastors and laity by:
Continually assessing the current and emerging global needs of the Church
Designing and recommending programs that address the technical, cultural, and adaptive challenges that clergy and laity face
Creating networks of alumni/ae and friends to assist peer learning and encouragement
Recommending multiple delivery systems for sharing the Seminary’s resources (e.g., seminary courses, webinars, social networking, institutes, conferences, etc., both on campus and regionally).
Regularly assessing the fiscal and enrollment impact of current degree programs and delivery systems (on-line, extension sites, global deployments).
Assists with faculty recruitment, faculty supervision, and faculty development for teaching and learning excellence.
Oversees Faculty Development initiatives.
If qualified and approved, participates as a member of the Seminary faculty, with an appropriate teaching load to be determined.
Builds collaboration within the Seminary with deans, cabinet, faculty, staff, and students.
Performs tasks and duties as assigned by the Provost.
Other Responsibilities and Outcomes
Represents the Provost on the Curriculum Committee.
Serves on faculty committees as determined annually in consultation with the Provost and Academic Council.
Serves on the Academic Council.
Oversees and makes recommendations concerning the economic viability and missional value of academic degrees/programs and initiatives (e.g. grants).
Assists the Provost and Provost’s office as requested with AA area budgetary oversight.
Tools & Equipment
Familiarity with software, administrative, and planning tools as needed.