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Montana Career Opportunity - Director of Student Success and Retention - Miles Community College

April 2, 2017View for printing

Miles Community College is seeking a dynamic, goal-oriented, self-driven Director of Student Success and Retention. This position is responsible for establishing and directing academic support services to enhance student retention and success, which includes tutoring, transfer education, career planning, advising, pathway development, at-risk programs, and transition to college programs for HiSET/adult education and underprepared student populations.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree required in education or related field. Master's degree and current teaching license preferred. Demonstrated experience in one or more of the following: teaching, advising, tutoring, retention or mentoring roles; experience working with adults with diverse social, educational, and economic backgrounds; experience with teaching in developmental education (particularly math and writing) in higher education, preferably at a community college; administrative or supervisory experience; excellent written, verbal, and interpersonal skills; knowledge of curriculum development and standards-based education; knowledge of statistical testing and assessment; experience working in grant development or administration preferred; and post-secondary teaching experience.

Application Process: To apply for this position, please send a cover letter, resume, list of three references, unofficial college transcripts, and a completed MCC application to Kylene Phipps, Executive Director of Human Resources & Compliance, Miles Community College, 2715 Dickinson Street, Miles City, MT 59301 or you may e-mail your application materials to

Application Deadline: April 14, 2017.

For further information about this employment opportunity and a Miles Community College application, please view our website at

Miles Community College is an equal opportunity employer.
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