National Institute on Aging

New Mexico Junior College — Vice President of Institutional Research Planning and Effectiveness

The Vice President of Institutional Research Planning and Effectiveness shall report to the President. Duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Oversees the collection and distribution of information for institutional planning and for external agencies. Monitors the college’s compliance with criteria established by appropriate state, regional, and/or national accreditation and licensing organizations.
  • Maintains up-to-date instruments, software, and integrity measures necessary to collect, manage, and report college data.
  • Provides leadership in academic and educational support units with annual planning, budgeting, assessment, and evaluation/program review to ensure the College fulfills its vision, goals, and mission under the governance of the New Mexico Junior College Board of Directors.
  • Serves in leadership role to ensure college remains in compliance with all Higher Learning Commissions (HLC) accreditation standards.
  • Prepares annual edition of the Institutional Effectiveness Handbook, maintains annual master planning calendar ensuring that unit plans are on schedule. Works with faculty and administrative personnel with the development of student and program learning outcomes and coordinates the development and implementation of appropriate assessment measures.
  • Conducts training sessions for department heads and provides leadership with the development of assessment and benchmark measures.
  • Coordinates/produces data for internal research, assessment, and evaluation projects. Oversees the production of reports such as annual accomplishments and institutional effectiveness plans.
  • Actively participates as a member of the President’s Cabinet.
  • Nothing contained herein shall limit the President in assigning the employee to any of the various college activities for which he/she would be qualified in order to meet the needs of New Mexico Junior College.


  • Master’s degree required
  • A minimum of five-years work experience with a proven track record of successful, professional leadership experience in a higher education environment.
  • Preferred – Master’s degree in business administration, mathematics/analytical science, or assessment field; higher education experience in the office of institutional research, planning, effectiveness, or assessment.

Additional Information:
This is a twelve-month exempt position. Standard benefits apply. The full pay range for this position is $114,090.00 to $166,208.00

This position will begin July 1, 2023

To apply:
Submit NMJC application form via the NMJC website ( letter of application (cover letter), resume, unofficial transcripts (official transcripts required prior to employment), and three references with current addresses and telephone numbers.