[TACRAO] Listserv NMMI Deputy Commandant for Operations

Smith, Kalith KSmith at NMMI.edu
Thu Jun 25 12:36:27 CDT 2015


New Mexico Military Institute
Employment Opportunity
Deputy Commandant for Operations (DCO)
New Mexico Military Institute announces the vacancy of the position of Deputy Commandant for Operations (DCO), as 12-month a year position. NMMI is the only state-supported college preparatory military boarding high school and historic Military Junior College (MJC) in the nation. The DCO manages day-to-day Corps of Cadets operations that include cadet life and wellness, safety, security, leader and character development, physical readiness, discipline and accountability. The DCO directly supervises three Squadron and twelve Troop Leadership Advisors. Candidates must be able to perform the essential functions of the position and must have prior military service, attaining the rank of LTC or above. NMMI alumnus or Service Academy graduate preferred. A Master's Degree from a regionally accredited institution is preferred. Knowledge of leadership and ethical theory and the ability to integrate theory with practical application preferred. Annual salary range is $64,000 - $70,000 with on-campus housing provided. Excellent benefits available, including major medical and State of NM retirement benefits included. Applications will be accepted until position is filled. NMMI Employment Application, letter of interest, transcripts, and three letters of reference will be accepted at the NMMI Human Resources Office in Lusk Hall, 101 W. College Blvd, Roswell, NM 88201. NMMI Applications are available at the NMMI website at http://www.nmmi.edu/humanResources or at Human Resources, Lusk Hall 2nd floor (east side). NMMI is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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