Full-Time School of Business Director/Faculty

Full-Time School of Business Director/Faculty

Closing Date: 11/14/2017

Closes: August 1, 2017
Closes: Until Filled

Pay Range: 50
Salary: $45,143.86-$55,030.11

Duties and responsibilities:


Under administrative direction, oversees and directs all activities and staff/faculty of the School of Business and participates in a collaborative capacity in institutional activities. Assumes teaching role each semester, including summers.


Essential functions, as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act may include, but are not limited to the following characteristics, duties, responsibilities, knowledge, skills and other characteristics.

At the discretion of the immediate supervisor other job related duties may be assigned as necessary.


Determines and oversees short- and long-term direction and activities for the business and professional studies program; plans and prepares program budgets, financial, accreditation, and related reports and funding proposals; represents the institution at State and other external forums. Required to research quotes, and obtain bids for purchases within this department.

Prepares department goals and initiatives in collaboration with faculty, the business sector and Vice President of Academics.

Prepares department goals and initiatives in collaboration with faculty, the Dual Credit Coordinator, the business sector, satellite coordinators, schools, community ,and the Vice President of Academics.

Recruits and provides support for faculty in curriculum planning, assessment, classroom instruction planning and evaluation, syllabus preparation and problem solving; prepares performance appraisals and participates in professional development planning activities; conducts department meetings and provides information on institutional activities.

Initiates and administers student recruitment and retention efforts related to the business and vocational studies program, including advising prospective students, arranging tours and community outreach events, settling grievances, etc.

Prepares and presents classroom instruction and implements techniques to facilitate student active learning; prepares and grades tests and student papers; advises and tutors students.

Participates in institutional, professional and other internal committee activities; establishes and maintains external professional contacts and relationships; conducts ongoing research to maintain currency in business and vocational studies.

Represents the department in the Statewide Articulation Committee, meeting twice annually for program updates and discussion. Serves on the LCC Curriculum Committee and the LCC Small Business Development Advisory Council. Regularly attends conference seminars and workshops relative to grant requirements.

Coordinates and prepares each semester course schedule (complete with times/dates/days/rooms) including summer semester for a total of 10 – 12 faculty (both full-time and adjunct). Program Advisement and oversight for the following programs: Computer Application Specialist, General Business, and Office Administration. Advisement is ongoing and includes but is not limited to ensuring that students are meeting all the requirements for prerequisites, program completion, and graduation.

Coordinates and oversees student internships internally and externally. Regularly attend parent/teacher/student assemblies and present/recruit on behalf of this department. Coordinate spring annual awards banquet to honor fall/spring semester honor students.

Research and write for grant funding to support the expansion and training within program area.

Instructor for Business courses as necessary.

Other Duties as assigned (i.e., Board Meetings, Committees, Trainings, and Interviews).


Knowledge of budget development and administration.
Knowledge of adult learning theory, curriculum development and classroom presentation techniques.
Knowledge of counseling and advising methods and techniques.
Knowledge of research methodology and information resources related to business and vocational studies.
Knowledge of supervisory and coaching principles and practices.
Skill in program development, administration and evaluation.
Skill in teaching, preparing and presenting classroom curriculum.
Skill in preparing and presenting classroom lectures.
Skill in the use of standard office equipment, including personal computer and standard office software.
Proficiency in computer applications.


Masters degree in Business Administration, Educational Administration or a field directly related to business studies; and five (5) years of experience, including one (1) year of experience teaching in higher education, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.


Salary is based on the LCC salary schedule and is commensurate with education and occupational-related experience. Standard LCC benefits apply.

Application Process:

Submit LCC application form, letter of interest, resume, unofficial transcripts (official transcripts required prior to employment) to:

Luna Community College
Sandra Rivera, Human Resources Technician
366 Luna Drive
Las Vegas, NM 87701

Phone: (505) 454-2574
Fax: (505) 454-2520

Additional Info:

LCC Application for Employment

Luna Community College is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer and does not discriminate against any applicant for employment because of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, or veteran status. Qualified applicants are encouraged to apply. A pre-employment drug test may be required.

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