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Working As A Campus Director

  • Communicating with Supervisors, Peers, or Subordinates
  • Establishing and Maintaining Interpersonal Relationships
  • Making Decisions and Solving Problems
  • Getting Information
  • Organizing, Planning, and Prioritizing Work
  • Deal with People

  • Mostly Sitting

  • Make Decisions

  • $90,900

    Average Salary

What Does A Campus Director Do At KPMG

* Oversee development of and implementation of comprehensive security program for the Montvale campus, to include physical security efforts, management of electronic surveillance and security systems and management of uniformed security force
* Development and implementation of physical security policies and procedures including the development and delivery of a security awareness and ongoing training program for the campus personnel
* Manage liaison relationship with appropriate emergency response organizations, such as law enforcement, fire department, medical response, etc.
* Serve on Crisis Management team to create and maintain a preparedness strategy to combat potential threats and security concerns involving our people or property
* Coordinate with Firmwide Security and Campus Operations management to implement physical security corrective actions and standards including incident reporting with appropriate response measures and follow up
* Work with appropriate IT personnel to support information security process standards and to develop procedures that support cyber security policies

What Does A Campus Director Do At Education Corporation of America

* Designs, establishes, and maintains an organizational structure and staffing to effectively accomplish the organization's goals and objectives; recruits, employs, trains, supervises, and evaluates unit staff.
* Provides direction and leadership in the development, implementation, and on-going administration of the various programs, activities, and initiatives of the campus.
* Directs the development, implementation, and administration of a range of integrated community-focused operational and administrative programs and projects.
* Oversees all facets of the daily operations of the campus, ensuring compliance with college, state, and federal laws, policies, regulations, and operating agreements.
* Establishes and implements short- and long-range organizational goals, objectives, policies, and operating procedures; monitors and evaluates program effectiveness; effects changes required for improvement.
* Oversees the supervision of personnel, which includes work allocation, training, and problem resolution; evaluates performance and makes recommendations for personnel actions; motivates employees to achieve peak productivity and performance.
* Develops and manages annual budgets for the campus and performs periodic cost and productivity analyses.
* Directs and coordinates the preparation of a range of reports necessary to fulfill institutional compliance requirements.
* Represents the organization at various community and/or business meetings; promotes existing and new programs and/or policies.
* Participates in and/or provides direction in the development and preparation of contract proposals and in post-award contract management, as appropriate.
* Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.
* Requisition Number:
* Title:
* Campus Director
* City:
* Myrtle Beach
* State:
* SC
* Post Date:
* Location:
* Golf Academy of America
* Myrtle

What Does A Campus Director Do At University of Alaska

* Under the direction of the Provost, provides strategic leadership and vision for the campus in alignment with the UAS regional mission, UA Board of Regents policy, university regulations, the UA Strategic Pathways initiatives, and the UAS Strategic and Assessment Plan.
* Responsible for day-to-day operational oversight of all aspects of the Sitka Campus
* Essential
* Works collaboratively with UAS deans and directors on planning and implementing regional academic and administrative plans and goals.
* Serves as a regional member of the UAS Chancellor''s Cabinet, Provost''s Council, UAS Planning and Budgeting Advisory Committee, Regional Workforce Coordinating Committee, and similar entities. a) Academically, this position supervises faculty at the Sitka Campus under the appropriate collective bargaining agreements, in collaboration with deans, directors and the Provost, and provides leadership in developing and implementing innovative learning and advising strategies to promote student success.
* The Director will work with other campuses to coordinate and offer innovative courses, programs, recruiting and advising services in ways that are of benefit to students and UAS as a whole as well as fulfilling the needs of the local community. b) Administratively, this position will work with IT, HR, Business Services, Admissions, Financial Aid, Registrar, Student Services and Facilities to ensure effective process management and improvement, and respond to UA/UAS strategic planning relevant to the Sitka campus
* Essential
* Ensures effective management of campus fiscal and personnel resources, and regular assessment of strategic outcomes.
* Promotes a positive working environment that emphasizes clarity of roles and responsibilities for all faculty and staff, accountability, and strong communication within and between campuses
* Essential
* Supports and works cooperatively with the UAS Sitka Campus Advisory Council as a means of ensuring that campus programs and services strategically meet community, regional, and statewide needs.
* Promotes the university’s role in economic, social, and cultural development of the Sitka community and Southeast Alaska; promotes the university as a principal contributor to the quality of life and livelihoods of people in the community and region
* Essential
* Supports and advances the university''s policy of providing equal opportunity for all; demonstrates respect for Alaska''s diverse cultures, languages, and peoples, and proactively supports equity and diversity in all aspects of campus life
* Essential
* The Campus Director is the campus’ chief executive officer, responsible for all day-to-day operations, from oversight of instructional activities to all aspects of facilities management.
* The Campus Director is also part of UAS regional leadership, responsible for fulfilling the university's overall mission within the University of Alaska (UA) statewide system and, as such, is responsible for strategic development for the Sitka campus.
* The successful candidate will be a dynamic, collaborative leader who has strong academic leadership experience as well as administrative skills.
* Administrative responsibilities include budget, personnel, and grants management; strategic planning and implementation; facilities management; emergency preparedness; and program evaluation/assessment.
* Academic responsibilities include faculty supervision in accordance with collective bargaining agreements; supporting program and university accreditation standards; and managing programs that adhere to UAS academic policies and procedures in a shared governance setting.
* Collaboration among the UAS campuses is a key part of the role of Campus Director.
* The successful candidate will be a person who can lead in an era of significant change and is strongly focused on student learning and success--with particular emphasis on innovative online and blended learning programs, integrated student services, and an interest in growing UAS’ online programs.
* The candidate will have a record of demonstrated leadership, excellent collaborative experience and positive community engagement.
* The Sitka campus has a special focus in online or eLearning in meeting the educational needs of students from across the region and across the state.
* It offers associate-level degrees in arts and applied science, pre-nursing, medical assisting, fisheries technology, and health information management.
* The campus is a leader in technology-enhanced learning, providing courses contributing to UAS baccalaureate and associate degrees, undergraduate certificates, occupational endorsements, and workforce credentials.
* The campus serves approximately 900 students per semester, most of whom are part-time and non-traditional.
* Over three-quarters of the credit hours earned through the campus are achieved through online and blended courses.
* The campus also offers non-credit courses.
* The campus has fifteen full-time faculty and approximately twenty-five staff positions.
* The Campus Director is responsible for active engagement with industry, governments, and community partnerships that support and enhance the UAS mission and fulfill the post-secondary needs of the Sitka area.
* Partnerships include the Sitka Sound Science Center, Mt Edgecumbe High School, Sitka School District, US Coast Guard, Alaska Native entities, Sitka Fine Arts Camp, and the Sitka Chamber of Commerce.
* The Campus Director also works collaboratively within UAS and within all of UA, particularly with other UA community campuses

What Does A Campus Director Do At Bryant & Stratton

* Performs administrative duties to support the Chief Operating Officer, Executive Director of Strategic Planning and Assessment, Market Director and Campus Director
* Responsible for managing calendars
* Coordinate travel arrangements
* Assist with meeting and event planning
* Prepare presentations
* Assist with the creation of reports, some may contain financial and institutional data
* Prepare and reconcile expense reports
* Project management
* Handle confidential information
* Prepare Board reports every term including the formation of the agenda, coordination of data collection, formatting of the report, printing and distribution of the report
* Develop and/or edit communications from senior leadership and Market/Campus Director
* Assist with the administration of Campus benefits
* Liaison with Building Management, legal and other key professional service organizations
* Record keeping: correspondence, compliance, some key data for compliance
* Maintain the College calendar
* Assist with benefits administration at the campus level
* Liaison with all campus departments/other campuses
* Assure meeting minutes are taken, kept on file
* Create agendas for management meetings
* Assist on with various campus duties, including committee work, graduation, marketing, support for other managers, and the front desk, as needed.
* All other duties assigned by supervisors

What Does A Campus Director Do At Brooks Rehabilitation

* Schedule and implement activity programs to be held indoor or outside.
* Prepare reports of complete assessments of resident interactions with families.
* Document care plans in compliance with the federal and state laws.
* Organize approved recreation resident programs in facilities and nursing homes.
* Direct therapeutic activities to meet care plan deliveries for residents.
* Record and document residents' reactions on care plans.
* Encourage residents to participate in leisure activities.
* Maintain and mange budget for residents' activities.
* Maintain and document all financial statements and records.
* Conduct in-service training for staff members on activities and recreation.
* Handle job responsibilities in accordance with appropriate professional standards and applicable state/federal laws.
* Serve as the resident and family advocate.
* Act as liaison to insurance and medical management professionals.
* Maintains strict confidentiality of all resident information.
* Accept assigned duties in a cooperative manner and perform all other related duties as assigned by the Director of Nursing or Administrator.
* Monitor and document the cost effectiveness of treatment provided.
* Hours: Full Time; Monday
* Friday (8a
* p and Some Weekends)
* For more information on this opportunity, please contact recruiter Francesca Verdiales at Francesca
* Verdiales@brooksrehab.org.
* Job ID: 2017

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How To Become A Campus Director

Although a bachelor’s degree may be acceptable for some entry-level positions, a master’s or higher degree is often required. Employers often want candidates who have experience working in the field, particularly for occupations such as registrars and academic deans. 


Educational requirements vary for different positions. A bachelor’s degree may be sufficient, but a master’s degree or Ph.D. is generally required. Degrees can be in a variety of disciplines, such as social work, accounting, or marketing.

Provosts and deans often must have a Ph.D. Some provosts and deans begin their career as professors and later move into administration. These administrators have doctorates in the field in which they taught. Other provosts and deans have a Ph.D. in higher education or a related field.

Work Experience in a Related Occupation

Employers typically prefer to hire candidates who have several years of experience in a college administrative setting. Some postsecondary education administrators work in the registrar’s office or as a resident assistant while in college to gain the necessary experience. For other positions, such as those in admissions and student affairs, experience may or may not be necessary.

Important Qualities

Computer skills. Postsecondary education administrators often need to be adept at working with computers so they can create and maintain databases and use computer programs to manage student and school records.

Interpersonal skills. Postsecondary education administrators need to build good relationships with colleagues, students, and parents. Those in admissions and student affairs need to be outgoing so they can encourage prospective students to apply to the school and existing students to participate in cocurricular activities.

Organizational skills. Administrators need to be organized so they can manage records, prioritize tasks, and coordinate the activities with their staff.

Problem-solving skills. Administrators often need to respond to difficult situations, develop creative solutions to problems, and react calmly when problems arise.


Education administrators with advanced degrees can be promoted to higher level positions within their department or the college. Some become college presidents, an occupation which is discussed in the profile on top executives.

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Real Campus Director Salaries

Job Title Company Location Start Date Salary
Director of Elementary Campus Lycee International de Los Angeles Los Angeles, CA Jul 06, 2015 $103,170
Campus Director Lycee International de Los Angeles Los Angeles, CA Oct 01, 2015 $92,500
Campus Director Boston University Center for Digital Imaging Arts Washington, DC Nov 01, 2010 $87,550
Campus Director Digital Imaging Arts, Inc. Washington, DC Nov 15, 2010 $87,550
Director of University Branch Campus South Baylo University Anaheim, CA Feb 15, 2010 $79,056
Director of University Branch Campus South Baylo University Anaheim, CA Mar 01, 2010 $79,056
Campus Director The Boyd School Ashburn, VA Sep 17, 2012 $66,000
Director of Campus Life Clinton Communtiy College Plattsburgh, NY Jul 15, 2012 $42,000
Director of Campus Life Clinton Communtiy College Plattsburgh, NY Jul 16, 2012 $42,000

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Top Campus Director Skills

  1. Financial Aid
  2. Curriculum Development
  3. Student Services
You can check out examples of real life uses of top skills on resumes here:
  • Coordinate campus wide communications, updates and training on financial aid requirements and changes impacting students.
  • Assisted in curriculum development for First Year Seminar, New Student Orientation, and Staff Mentoring Program.
  • General oversight of the 5 Department Directors: Financial Aid, Admissions, Student Services, Registrar/Bursar and Clinical.
  • Managed business contracts for facility rentals on campus.
  • Manage and coordinate facility and equipment to ensure safety, cleanliness and overall quality of environment.

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