Collège LaSalle

DEAN OF TECHNOLOGY

1400 Rue du Fort, Montréal, QC H3H 2T1, Canada Req #657
Wednesday, November 8, 2023

LCI Education is a diverse learning community of 12 select higher education institutions with 23 campuses on 5 continents, and 2,000 colleagues involved in educating over 20,000 learners worldwide each year. 

LCI Education also provides solutions to workforce challenges with adaptive digital learning options and much more. LCI Education harmonizes its programs from one country to the next, promoting greater flexibility and life-ready learning experiences, better control over the quality of its services, and deeper respect for the various cultures with which it works. LCI Education has been named one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies. 

 

Of an "intrapreneur" nature, the director makes sure to promote a culture that is both customer-oriented and results-oriented. His career shows that he has been able to build high-performance teams and create a climate where everyone is committed to achieving goals. By approaching situations from a global perspective while taking into account the international context of the organization, the Director makes sound decisions and communicates them effectively.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES

 

The Dean is responsible for the leadership and development of the Department of technology. He assumes the leadership of the team dedicated to the department, i.e. the program coordinators, the faculty as well as the student coordinators and their team. He/she is responsible for the pedagogical, operational, administrative and financial management of his/her department for all programs related to his/her department. He actively participates in the development, implementation and review of the College's strategic plan. He assumes his leadership by using the necessary levers, in particular by collaborating with the shared services of the LCI Network for the realization of the Department's various projects. This position reports to the Director of Studies.

 

INFLUENCE OF THE DEPARTMENT

 

  • Assume responsibility for strategic development, develop and implement the department's action plan resulting from the College's strategic plan;
  • Contribute to the development, implementation or evaluation of the success plan and institutional policies;
  • Monitor competition and take actions to position favourably;
  • Assume responsibility for the outreach and student recruitment activities of the School in collaboration with LCI Education's marketing and admissions services;
  • Develop and maintain close ties with the socio-economic environment specific to the School's fields of study;
  • Establish promising partnerships for the School's positioning.

 

 

DEPARTMENT ADMINISTRATION

 

  • Lead the human resources of his/her team, set priorities and provide the necessary framework to achieve objectives.  Evaluate, verify and make necessary corrections to the results of the team's work, manage development needs based on operational priorities and foster the development of the team's skills;
  • Lead the management of the life cycle of the School's curricula, i.e. their development, implementation, evaluation, updating, harmonization (if necessary with the LCI Education network and their development);
  • Sit on the Executive Committee, the Study Committee and the Pedagogical Committee and occasionally participate in the Team Leaders' Committee;
  • Manage the human and material resources necessary to carry out teaching and student supervision activities and ensure their proper functioning (planning).

 

 

DEPARTMENT MANAGEMENT

 

  • Ensure the quality of the training as a whole in collaboration with the Director of Studies;
  • Analyze on an ongoing basis the effectiveness of his/her department's programs, including enrollment, re-enrollment, pass and graduation rates (KPIs);
  • Monitor the evolution of the work functions covered by the programs of study so that they meet the needs of students and host environments;
  • Plan and manage the financial resources allocated to his/her department;
  • Manage the budget allocated to research and development activities carried out by the teaching staff of his/her unit;
  • Approving teacher-specific development activities;
  • Manage the special cases of teachers under the department;
  • Manage the specific cases of students in accordance with institutional policies;
  • Ensure the resolution of any problem or dispute concerning the services offered;
  • Carry out certain mandates entrusted by the general management or the research department.

 

QUALIFICATIONS

 

Formation

  • Hold an undergraduate degree;
  • Graduate studies in education or any other field related to the department will be considered an asset;
  • A minimum of 10 years of experience in management areas must be required.

 

PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL SKILLS

 

  • Experience in the field of teacher education;
  • Strong leadership skills;
  • Possess strong communication and interpersonal skills;
  • Have management experience in a unionized environment;
  • Bilingualism (English and French) oral and written;
  • Excellent writing skills.

 

This role involves interaction with internal and external clients and partners nationally and globally. Professional competency in the English language is therefore a requirement of this role. 

 

 

Beyond these basic requirements, you will enjoy this position if you have strong convictions about education, seek challenges, are stimulated by a demanding environment where the pace of work is accelerated, and exercise positive leadership.

 

BENEFITS

 

  • International company established for more than 60 years;
  • Constantly growing network;
  • Telecommuting possible;
  • Permanent, full-time position;
  • Competitive salary plus bonus program;
  • Continuing Education Program;
  • Workplace child care;
  • Group insurance, including EAP and telemedicine;
  • Retirement Savings Plan;
  • Health and wellness program;
  • Allocation transport;
  • Allocation mobile;
  • Business located in downtown Montreal, ideal by public transit.

 

Do you want to contribute to innovative projects in collaboration with teams from all sectors? Do you dream of working for a Quebec-based company with a global reach? Do you want to join a diversified and human team that looks to the future? What are you waiting for? Please note that only selected candidates will be contacted.

LCI Education is an equal opportunity employer and members of the following target groups are encouraged to apply: women, person with disabilities, native people, visible minorities and ethnic minorities. If you are an applicant/person with a disability, you can receive assistance with the screening and selection process upon request.

 

 

 

Other details

  • Job Family LCI Global
  • Pay Type Salary
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  • 1400 Rue du Fort, Montréal, QC H3H 2T1, Canada