The specific duties and responsibilities of administrative positions are assigned by the president in accordance with law and college policy. The general duties and responsibilities of each administrator will include:
Responsibilities and Duties:
- To plan, organize, and administer the activities of his/her department, office, or division efficiently.
- To keep informed of new developments relating to his/her function and to maintain a creative and experimental attitude toward change, in order to continuously improve the operation of his/her area of responsibility.
- To recommend the organizational structure and staffing that complement his/her area of responsibility.
- To interview and recommend to the president personnel for hire.
- To establish and maintain an organizational climate that encourages the development, retention, and a high level of morale among personnel.
- Keep his/her immediate supervisor informed of activities of the unit, particularly of major or unusual developments, and seeking his/her advice and counsel.
- To promote an integrated effort in the administration of the college by cooperating with other administrators and staff and coordinating his/her activities with theirs when such action is indicated.
- To maintain effective relations with faculty, students, and community, and other educational institutions and to interpret college policies and programs accurately and constructively.
- To recommend the budget for his/her department, office, or division and, within limitations established by the board or President, to administer his/her budget.
- To serve on committees and councils as directed by board policies and procedures or by his/her immediate supervisor or the President.
- To represent Kirtland and attend professional meetings as authorized by his/her immediate supervisor.
- To provide information and reports to the board at the request of the President.
- To implement a plan to supervise students attending courses during the day, in the evening or weekend, and at clinical internship dates.
- To perform any other duties assigned or delegated by his/her immediate supervisor.
August 11, 1983
Revised April 10, 2014