Career with Miriam College
Miriam College is an equal opportunity employer. Our goal is for all employees - faculty, administrators, and non-academic personnel - grow professionally and personally in the course of their work and thus, be enabled and motivated to offer their best to Miriam College's different publics.
The Vice President for Academic Affairs (VPAA) is responsible for the advancement and implementation of academic programs and policies in the institution across levels and campuses.
General Areas of Responsibilities:
The Vice President for Academic Affairs is appointed by the Board of Trustees upon the recommendation of the President, for a term of three years which is renewable. The VPAA reports directly to the President and supervises work of the Deans, Basic Education Director, Associate Dean of Student Affairs, Quality Assurance Officer, Associate Dean for Academic Support Services and Center for Strategic Research Executive Director.
- Development of new programs
- Program quality assurance
- Faculty and Staff appointment, training and development, and promotions
- Partnerships and Linkages
- Student Development Programs
- Academic Support Services
- Processes and Systems
- Scholarships and Grants
- Assist the Deans and the Basic Education Director in the formulation of policies relevant to academic and non-academic programs, curriculum development, faculty development, research,
- student and non-academic staff development;
- Assist the Deans and the Basic Education Director in planning, implementing, monitoring and evaluating programs and activities designed to achieve the college’s vision, mission and goals;
- Recommend the appointments of the Deans and the Basic Education Director and evaluate their performance;
- Review existing policies, processes in the areas of academics, research, student development and academic support services and oversee their proper implementation;
- Ensure desired student enrollment (both in the Basic and Higher Education units) by reviewing existing marketing programs and by developing new marketing strategies in coordination
- with the Marketing Officer;
- Work with the committees on the Innovation Center and MC Porac projects on academic offerings;
- Manage academic resource allocation;
- Establish and manage local and international accreditation and/or benchmarking;
- Assist the Deans and the Basic Education Director in establishing local and international partnerships and linkages;
- Strengthen the student-centered culture in the institution by managing the review of existing student programs and the development of new programs;
- Strengthen the research culture in the institution;
- Act as the Chairperson of the Executive Council. The College Executive Council is a major administrative coordinating body which formulates and evaluates administrative policies and
- serves as a forum for the exchange of information among the colleges;
- Act as the Chairperson of the Scholarship and Faculty Development Grants (SFDG) Committee. The main function of this committee is to review and screen the recommendations for scholarship
- and faculty grants forwarded by the Unit Heads;
- Ph.D. degree
- Respectable and respected academic record
- Creative with the ability to think out of the box
- Demonstrated Leadership and Managerial ability
- Consultative and Decisive People Skills
- High energy level, proactive
- Appropriate and dignified representative of the institution
Applications should include a current resume and letter of interest. All applications should be addressed to:
Noel C. Racho, Ph.D.
HR Director, HUMAN RESOURCES DIVISION
Antonio Lopez, DBM
Chairman, Search Committee
Duties and Responsibilities:
The candidate should have extensive experience in research and technical writing, be familiar with the academic system, can perform basic finance and budgeting tasks, and must be proficient in computer applications (Powerpoint, Excel, etc.) A Master’s Degree in Business or Education related field is an advantage.
- Assist in the planning and coordination of internal and external affairs of the Unit/Office Head.
- Undertake research work for the Unit/Office head paper, speeches and studies; drafts correspondence, speeches, letters, outlines, etc.
- Keep an organized file of documents and reference materials for her external involvements.
- Maintain a running record of committee tasks and concerns.
- Collate, synthesize, and research information for worksheets and briefing materials used in committee meetings.
- Prepare minutes of meetings as directed by the Unit/Office head.
- Collate and submits periodic reports of strategic plans, action plans and accomplishment reports of the unit or office.
- Coordinate meetings and activities of the Unit/Office head with other organizations.
- Assist in preparation of presentations of the Unit/Office head.
- Prepare, collate and monitor budget of the unit/office.
Candidate must have excellent oral and written communication skills, strong organizational and interpersonal skills, efficient time management skills exceptional follow-up skills. The candidate should exhibit a pleasant disposition, is resourceful, detail-oriented and a problem-solver, works well with others and can handle complaints effectively.
Applications should include current resume and letter of interest.
Send your applications to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Addressed to: Noel C. Racho, Ph.D. | Human Resources Director
Human Resources Division
MMJ Hall, College Building
Katipunan Avenue, Loyola Heights
Quezon City 1102 Philippines
(+632) 5805400-29 extn. 1135