Profession dean of faculty

Deans of faculty lead and manage a collection of related academic departments and work with the post-secondary school principal and the different heads of department to deliver the agreed faculty and university strategic objectives. They promote the faculty in associated communities and market the faculty nationally as well as internationally. Deans of faculty also focus on achieving the faculty's financial mangement target.

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Personality Type

  • Enterprising / Social
  • Enterprising / Conventional

Knowledge

  • Financial management

    The field of finance that concerns the practical process analysis and tools for designating financial resources. It encompasses the structure of businesses, the investment sources, and the value increase of corporations due to managerial decision-making.

  • University procedures

    The inner workings of a university, such as the structure of the relevant education support and management, the policies, and the regulations.

  • Organisational policies

    The policies to achieve set of goals and targets regarding the development and maintenance of an organisation.

  • Curriculum objectives

    The goals identified in curricula and defined learning outcomes.

  • Education administration

    The processes related to the administrative areas of an education institution, its director, employees, and students.

  • Curriculum standards

    The governmental policies concerning educational curricula and the approved curricula from specific educational institutions.

  • Budgetary principles

    Principles of estimating and planning of forecasts for business activity, compile regular budget and reports.

  • Project management

    Understand project management and the activities which comprise this area. Know the variables implied in project management such as time, resources, requirements, deadlines, and responding to unexpected events.

Skills

  • Assist in the organisation of school events

    Provide assistance in the planning and organisation of school events, such as the school's open house day, a sports game or a talent show.

  • Manage budgets

    Conduct cost estimates and budget planning. Monitor the budget, as well as costs and expenses. Forecast the budget development continuously. Report on the budget.

  • Show an exemplary leading role in an organisation

    Perform, act, and behave in a manner that inspires collaborators to follow the example given by their managers.

  • Supervise staff

    Oversee the selection, training, performance and motivation of staff.

  • Manage educational institution's administration

    Administer multiple activities of a school, university or other educational institution such as daily administrative operations.

  • Use office systems

    Make appropriate and timely use of office systems used in business facilities depending on the aim, whether for the collection of messages, client information storage, or agenda scheduling. It includes administration of systems such as customer relationship management, vendor management, storage, and voicemail systems.

  • Provide education management support

    Support the management of an education institution by directly assisting in the managerial duties or by providing information and guidance from your area of expertise to simplify the managerial tasks.

  • Provide information on study programmes

    Provide information on the different lessons and fields of study offered by educational institutions such as universities and secondary schools, as well as the study requirements and employment prospects.

  • Maintain contract administration

    Keep contracts up to date and organise them according to a classification system for future consultation.

  • Represent the organisation

    Act as representative of the institution, company or organisation to the outside world.

  • Present reports

    Display results, statistics and conclusions to an audience in a transparent and straightforward way.

  • Cooperate with education professionals

    Communicate with teachers or other professionals working in education in order to identify needs and areas of improvement in education systems, and to establish a collaborative relationship.

Optional knowledge and skills

assess employees' capability levels funding methods work with virtual learning environments make improvements to work activities develop professional network provide feedback to teachers write work-related reports identify education needs advise on teaching methods assessment processes promote education course evaluate education programmes guarantee students' safety create a financial report monitor educational developments