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Bellevue College, Interim President (Bellevue, Washington)

Bellevue College

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BELLEVUE COLLEGE invites applications for the position of:
Interim President of Bellevue College, R20045

SALARY: Depends on Qualifications
OPENING DATE: 03/25/20
CLOSING DATE: Continuous

DESCRIPTION:

As the largest College in the Washington State Community and Technical College System, the Bellevue College Board of Trustees seeks to hire an inspirational leader as Interim President. In this unprecedented time of turmoil and uncertainty, the Interim President will need to listen, learn quickly, and manage a range of staff, operational needs, and financial resources.

The top priorities for this position are:

  • Address diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) issues, and opportunities;
  • Ensure continuity of the College’s operations;
  • Accelerate critical internal initiatives, especially regarding student success;
  • Manage financial sustainability; and,
  • Engage external community and stakeholders and position the College to attract the next President.

This position will begin upon signing of contract through June 30, 2021 or until a President is hired and onboarded. Onboarding activities may extend the period for an additional month beyond President’s start date.

COMPREHENSIVE WAGE AND BENEFIT PACKAGE

We offer a comprehensive compensation package with salary and benefits as the main components.

Salary: TBD. Annual salary will be commensurate with candidate’s qualifications and related experience.

Benefits: Generous benefits package is offered through Washington State plans that includes multiple medical, dental, life and disability coverage choices for employees and dependents; choices of retirement and deferred compensation plans; paid holidays, sick, and vacation plans; transit program, reduced tuition, employee discounts and memberships, etc.

For more details about Bellevue College’s excellent employee benefits, please visit Benefits section, next to Description section.

ABOUT THE COLLEGE

Bellevue College is a diverse student-centered, comprehensive, and innovative college, committed to teaching excellence that advances the life-long educational development of its students while strengthening the economic, social and cultural life of its diverse community. Bellevue College is located just 10 miles east of Seattle and serves a student population of 30,000, with over 44% students of color and over 1,100 international students. The College promotes student success by providing high-quality, flexible, accessible educational programs and services; advancing pluralism, inclusion, and global awareness; and acting as a catalyst and collaborator for a vibrant region.

We strive to create a vibrant and inclusive campus community that supports a diverse student body, faculty and staff. As an essential part of our mission and goals, diversity, equity and pluralism are promoted and fostered in all aspects of college life. By enriching student life through leadership opportunities, personal learning and cultural experiences, we are committed to building an inclusive and diverse campus community that fosters creativity, innovation and student success.

POSITION DUTIES:

  • Effectively execute the core functions of the office of the President and prioritize DEI, student outcomes, and institutional success.
  • Lead the campus community through work necessary to ensure that Bellevue College is a welcoming environment for all students, staff and faculty. Listen and interact with all constituent groups to identify the issues, implement immediate changes where possible and work with DEI office on long-range solutions.
  • Lead and manage the Cabinet to operate as a high-performance team building an environment of clear priorities, equity, trust, empowerment, and accountability. Serve as a role model for the broader college community.
  • Align resources to support the Provost with implementation of student success initiatives, including Achieving the Dream (ATD) and Guided Pathways (GP). Collaborate with instructional leaders, faculty, and staff to track all student success metrics.
  • Evaluate operating budget, reserves and financial planning to ensure financial stability in the short term and position the College for the long term.
  • Build effective external relationships with school districts, local employers, local community, community and technical college system and legislators as the primary “face of Bellevue College.”
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the Board of Trustees.
  • QUALIFICATIONS/CORE COMPETENCIES:
  • Prior experience inspiring, leading and managing complex public, private and/or not-forprofit
  • organizations of considerable size.
  • Demonstrated success in maintaining a high level of sensitivity to diversity and a
  • commitment to cultural pluralism in the workplace and educational environment.
  • Management and supervisory experience of senior management team.
  • Demonstrated ability to plan, prioritize, organize and oversee complex work processes,
  • process improvements or projects and make hard decisions.
  • Ability to work collaboratively and be an active listener.
  • Outstanding communications skills: listening with empathy and compassion; inspiring
  • public speaker; and, articulate and transparent communicator.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Experience in higher education.
  • Experience with higher education policy at the state level.
  • Doctorate or terminal degree.
  • Experience successfully leading and maximizing complex organizations.

SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR APPLICANTS:

Applications received by 04/10/20 will be given full consideration. Applications received after that date may be considered until the position is filled. This position is eligible for relocation allowance.

Background Check:

Prior to start of employment, a background check will be conducted. Information from the background check will not necessarily preclude employment, but will be considered in determining the applicant’s suitability and competence to perform in the position.

How To Apply:

Click on the word Apply at the top right corner of the job announcement.

Individuals interested in this position are encouraged to apply. Your application must include a complete online application and all of the required documents below to be considered complete. Any application that does not provide all requested information will be considered incomplete and will not be screened for the position.

  • Complete an online Application
  • Attach a Cover Letter of no more than three (3) pages describing how you meet the professional and desired characteristics of the position.
  • Attach a current resume, including educational background, professional experience, achievements, and professional activities.
  • Attach a Diversity Statement of no more than two (2) pages that addresses the following:

Describe and provide specific examples of how your educational and/or professional experiences, background or philosophy demonstrate your commitment to diversity and equity, and how these prepare you to contribute to Bellevue College.

OUR OFFICE IS LOCATED AT:

Human Resources Department, R130, Bellevue College, 3000 Landerholm Circle SE Bellevue, WA 98007-6484. Office hours are Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.; closed weekends and holidays. Bellevue College is committed to increasing cultural diversity among its staff and faculty. Applicants with multicultural experience and/or backgrounds, which will add richness and diversity to Bellevue College, are encouraged to apply.

Bellevue College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, language, sex, sexual orientation, including gender identity or expression, disability, or age in its programs and activities. Please see policy 4150 at www.bellevuecollege.edu/policies/. The following people have been designated to handle inquiries regarding non-discrimination policies: Title IX Coordinator, 425-564- 2641, Office C227, and EEOC/504 Compliance Officer, 425-564- 2178, Office R130.

The College strongly encourages all qualified applicants to apply. The successful candidate must provide proof of U.S. citizenship or eligibility for employment in the United States. Bellevue College complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act. To request disability accommodation in the application process, employees and the general public should contact Human Resources at 425-564- 2274, Fax 425-564- 3173 or email hr@bellevyecoltege.edu.

APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT:

https://bellevuecollege.edu/jobs
jobs@bellevuecollege.edu

Position #R20045

INTERIM PRESIDENT OF BELLEVUE COLLEGE, R20045

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College of Southern Nevada, Dean of the Engelstad School of Health Sciences (Las Vegas, NV)

College of Southern Nevada, Campus Vice President - North Las Vegas

Dean of Health Sciences

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The College of Southern Nevada seeks applications for the position of the Dean of the Engelstad School of Health Sciences (ESHS). The Dean of Health Sciences reports to the Vice President of Academic Affairs and provides leadership for faculty, directors, department chairs, program leaders, students, and staff within the School. The Dean will oversee the teaching, research, special accreditations, and operational activities of all allied health departments within the Engelstad School of Health Sciences (ESHS). Additionally, the Dean serves as a campus-based member of the Charleston Campus Vice President’s leadership team, assisting with site-based operational needs that involve students, faculty, staff, and the community. The Dean provides budget planning and supervision and actively participates in the hiring, development, evaluation, and promotion of faculty and staff within the Engelstad School of Health Sciences. This academic leader will be responsible and accountable in building budgets for programs and departments within their School, aligning budgets to planning and results, and holding constituents and stakeholders accountable for adherence to budgets. This position ensures that each health sciences program offers a completable schedule of classes each semester, coordinates facility usage with the Campus Vice Presidents, and, in collaboration with the other School Deans and Campus Vice Presidents, oversees and guides enrollment management across the School, college instructional sites, and delivery modalities.

The Dean advises the Vice President of Academic Affairs and the Campus Vice Presidents/Provosts concerning items affecting the division in concert with the college and community (i.e. capital improvements, operating budgets, etc.) to facilitate smooth operations of the division. The Dean works closely with the community and industry advisory boards to assess needs, to initiate and sustain partnerships, and to develop, enhance and promote programs. The Dean represents CSN in the local, state, and national health care community, collaborates with other health care academic leaders across the NSHE – Nevada System of Higher Education colleges and universities, promotes a students-first culture, and seeks to maintain and continuously improve the academic standards of all programs in the School. The Dean is responsible for advancing the College’s mission, implementing College policies, and assuring compliance with all applicable accreditation requirements, education codes, and state/federal laws.

About CSN

The College of Southern Nevada is a comprehensive, multi-campus community college and the largest and most ethnically diverse institution of higher education in the state of Nevada. The college is designated as a Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI) and a Minority Serving Institution (MSI) by the U.S. Department of Education. CSN is one of four community colleges within the Nevada System of Higher Education, which also includes two universities, a state college and a research institute.

Founded in 1971, CSN is the largest college in the state, operating in over 50 locations including three main campuses and eight learning centers in Clark County, covering over 8,000 square miles. CSN educates more than 50,000 unique students annually in credit, non-credit and workforce development programs. Three of every four students attend part time, 57 percent are female, and nearly two-thirds are students of color. Accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities, CSN offers educational opportunities in more than 70 academic programs featuring more than 180 degrees and certificates (26 degrees and certificates available entirely online), including nine bachelor’s degrees.

CHARLESTON CAMPUS

The College’s Charleston Campus is located in the city of Las Vegas. The campus is situated on a 76-acre parcel and has 743,000 square feet of academic, student service, and support space. The Charleston campus is home to the Ralph & Betty Engelstad School of Health Sciences, which houses cardio-respiratory sciences, nursing, surgical technology and sonography. Dental assisting and hygiene programs, along with a state-of-the-art veterinary nursing program, are located on this campus alongside general education classrooms and science labs. Executive administration, the CSN Foundation and Human Resources are located on this campus, as well. In addition, a new student union opened in the fall 2019 semester, which includes a food court, meeting rooms, study space, courtyards, student government offices, advising offices, a multicultural center and other student services.

The campus location is home to unique partnerships with Clark County Library District, KNPR, southern Nevada’s public radio station, and City of Las Vegas Fire Station 6 that also serves as a learning laboratory. Located adjacent to Bonanza High School, the Charleston Campus houses CSN High School West, a collaboration with the Clark County School District that ranks among the highest achieving schools in the nation.

NORTH LAS VEGAS CAMPUS

The College’s North Las Vegas Campus is located on a 71-acre parcel. The campus has 612,000 square feet of academic, student service, and support space. Unique features of the campus include the only planetarium in Southern Nevada, the Nicholas J. Horn Performing Arts Center, Fine Arts Gallery and the CSN recreation center, home to the women’s volleyball team and the newly formed men’s and women’s basketball teams. In addition, a new student union opened in the fall 2019 semester, which includes a food court, meeting rooms, study space, courtyards, student government offices, advising offices, a multicultural center and other student services.This was CSN’s first campus location in the Las Vegas Valley, established in 1971. Featured academic programs at this campus include automotive technology, hospitality and gaming, early childhood education, information technology and music alongside general education classrooms and science labs. Our student-run restaurant, Russell’s, as well as financial services and print services are located on this campus. The North Las Vegas Campus houses CSN High School East, a collaboration with the Clark County School District that ranks among the highest achieving schools in the nation.

HENDERSON CAMPUS

The College’s Henderson Campus is located on 72 acres and includes 218,554 square feet of building space. This campus features a variety of general education courses and specialized classes in fields such as air conditioning, aviation, welding and police training. It is also home to the Southern Desert Regional Police Academy, and the Morse Stadium and Lied Sports Complex, used by CSN’s national championship baseball and softball teams. Solar panel arrays on many of the buildings at this campus showcase CSN’s commitment to green initiatives.

In addition, a new student union opened in the fall 2019 semester, which includes a food court, meeting rooms, study space, courtyards, student government offices, advising offices, a multicultural center and other student services. Construction has begun on a new 73,000-square-foot health and science building that will be operated in partnership with Nevada State College. Classes will begin in this new facility in fall 2021.

HISTORY

Clark County Community College opened its doors to 402 southern Nevada students in August 1971 and enrollment grew rapidly. By the early 1990s more than 20,000 students studied at what was then called the Community College of Southern Nevada. In 2007, the name was changed to the College of Southern Nevada to reflect the addition of niche bachelor’s degrees. Today, CSN serves more than 35,000 students across the Las Vegas Valley each semester. Each of CSN’s campuses in Las Vegas, North Las Vegas and Henderson cover more than 70 acres, with other sites and centers throughout southern Nevada. CSN specializes in two-year degrees, niche bachelor’s degrees and workforce development that lead directly to high-demand careers or transfer to a university. The College has become an economic force within the region, with an estimated $1.1 billion annual impact.

INNOVATION FOR REAL-WORLD APPLICATION

CSN provides a grounded education based on real-world applications for real life. An academic curriculum, diverse programs and hands-on teaching delivery allow students to learn and apply practical solutions for their educational success and personal growth. The College provides excellence in teaching with an innovative, student-centered education through active learning and appropriate technology. The faculty steps outside traditional approaches, consistently demonstrating an adventurous and entrepreneurial spirit while the facilities reflect the College’s commitment to the latest in technology. CSN provides access for all to higher education, regardless of age, race, ethnicity or economic barriers. The College community is a welcoming one for a wide range of students, faculty and staff.

CSN creates opportunities and enriches lives with inclusive learning and working environments that support diversity and student success. Situated in the greater Las Vegas metropolitan area, CSN’s mission ensures the College serves the diverse educational needs of the communities and businesses within the southern Nevada service area.

An Institutional Advisory Council helps link the College to the community it serves and to anticipate regional educational trends. The council, comprised of community and business leaders, provides input on College operations to the College President and state higher education officials.

The College’s Division of Workforce and Economic Development helps meet the training needs of southern Nevada’s workforce and employers. The Division is an entrepreneurial and self-supporting arm of CSN that works with the region’s business and key industry sectors in the assessment, design and implementation of customized curricula and training programs. It also provides services to students, employers, employees and adult learners seeking education opportunities, new skills and career advancement.

CSN is a growing and influential network that enables students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends to advance personally, professionally and intellectually. Its vibrant network of people and programs creates lifelong benefits for all students. As the communities of southern Nevada ontinue to grow in both population and diversity, CSN’s commitment is to remain highly accessible to serve the diverse needs of an increasing population. The selected candidate will discover an environment where professional satisfaction and career achievement are paired with optimal quality of life in a locale with abundant opportunities for work and play. Las Vegas has drawn millions of visitors and trillions of dollars in wealth to southern Nevada, and the economy is on the rise, named the No. 11! “Best City to Start a Business” by Forbes in 2014. Las Vegas is an excellent base camp for outdoor recreation. Popular nearby hiking and rock-climbing spots include Lake Mead National Recreation Area, Red Rock Canyon, the National Conservation Area, Spring Mountain Ranch State Park, and Valley of Fire State Park. Residents enjoy pleasant suburban communities, including the cities of North Las Vegas and Henderson, worldclass restaurants and beautiful parks. Las Vegas features an ultra-reasonable cost of living, with affordable prices on everything from housing to utilities to groceries compared to most major cities across the nation. Thanks to its mild winters and ample sunshine, Las Vegas appeals to a variety of age groups, from retirees to millennials. There are plenty of kid-friendly activities available to keep families busy including Springs Preserve, which offers family-friendly events, in addition to its museum exhibits, botanical gardens, and unique, desert-themed playgrounds. It’s all here for the higher education professional prepared to step up to this key leadership role.

The Dean for the Engelstad School of Health Sciences will oversee three department chairs, several allied health advisors, and more than 100 full-time and part-time faculty and staff. The Engelstad School of Health Sciences offers 26 programs of study, including numerous stackable credentials of value: skills certificates, certificates of achievement, associate degrees, and six bachelor’s degrees. More than 6,000 students have identified health sciences as their area of study, and more than 2,700 students enrolled in health sciences coursework in Fall 2019.The Charleston Campus is the primary home for allied health programs and promotes community engagement as well as hands-on clinical opportunities for our students through its Dental Faculty Practice, Veterinary Nursing Clinic, and Ophthalmic Dispensing Lab, community services over which the dean has oversight.

Additionally, to meet the increasing need for trained health care providers in Southern Nevada, CSN is breaking ground on a joint venture with Nevada State College to construct a state-of-the-art health sciences building at our Henderson Campus. This new facility will allow for programmatic expansion and growth in our allied health and biological sciences, more than doubling our enrollment capacity from, 1600 students to more than 3,500 students in these areas of study. Classes will begin at this 70,000-square-foot facility in Fall 2021, so the new dean will be actively engaged in the launch of this new instructional site. New facilities allow for additional growth as CSN continues to respond to regional and statewide workforce needs. Health Sciences faculty are currently developing the first mortuary science program in Nevada, considering expansion of the Surgical Technician program, which is currently taught between Las Vegas and Reno in partnership with Truckee Meadows Community College, and planning a refresh of a simulation lab at our North Las Vegas Campus to increase instructional capacity. These are efforts that the dean will direct and guide.

OPPORTUNITIES

  • Collaboratively launch the new Health Sciences Building on the Henderson Campus in partnership with the Dean of Science and Mathematics, the Henderson Campus Vice President/Provost, faculty, and community stakeholders.
  • Provide collegewide leadership and support for program development, assessment, and budgeting.
  • Create and foster relationships with health care industry leaders that support and promote CSN health care programming through such critical elements as clinical placements, internships, grants, faculty recruitment, and job placement.
  • Support the transition from a centralized organization to a multi-campus district model, creating a consistent student experience at each campus; primary campus responsibility is the West Charleston Campus, ensuring a completable schedule of classes and a full array of academic and nonacademic support services.

POSITION DESCRIPTION

Required Qualifications

  • Master’s Degree from a regionally accredited college or university in a field cognate to those taught within the Engelstad School of Health Sciences (ESHS), OR a master’s degree consistent with the duties and responsibilities of the position, such as Higher Education Leadership, Educational Leadership, Business Administration, Public Administration or Policy.
  • Minimum five years of full-time teaching experience at the post-secondary education level in a health science discipline currently offered at CSN within the ESHS.
  • Minimum four years full-time administrative and supervisory experience including hiring, developing, and evaluating faculty and staff, OR an equivalent combination of education and experience.

Preferred Qualifications

  • A doctorate degree from an accredited college and/or university.
  • A degree in nursing or other health science discipline currently offered at CSN within the ESHS from an accredited college and/or university.
  • Experience leading health sciences programs.
  • Experience directing/overseeing a large multi-site community college.
  • Experience with the development, evaluation and expansion of programs and degrees that meet workforce and industry needs and/or lead to seamless transfer.
  • Experience with the development, evaluation and expansion of distance education and/or alternative modes of instructional delivery.
  • Experience with grant writing and management of grant funds.
  • Experience promoting collaboration, diversity, multiculturalism, internationalism and academic accountability in a community college environment in support of the college’s mission, goals, and strategies.
  • Experience in student learning outcomes assessment and data-informed program review and assessment, including budget management.
  • Experience successfully collaborating with stakeholders in creating a positive work and learning environment in support of the college’s mission, goals and strategies.
  • Experience with accreditation of health science programs and compliance with clinical site requirements.
  • Experience working in a collective bargaining environment.

Knowledge, Skills and AbilitiesThe successful candidate will have demonstrated experience with curriculum development and revision, promoting a stackable credential model and ensuring alignment with current workforce needs; specialized programmatic accreditation and licensure requirements; assessment of student learning outcomes; and assessment methods that lead to data-driven decision-making for academic programs. The Dean will have experience with dual-credit career and technical programming, creating academic pathways from high school to college and/or the workforce. Additionally, the Dean will be a key player in the launch of the new Health and Sciences Building, slated to open on the Henderson Campus in 2021. The Dean’s role requires high emotional intelligence, consistent and ethical decision making, good judgement, and strong interpersonal communication skills to engage effectively with internal and external stakeholders and to promote the mission and goals of the Engelstad School of Health Sciences.

Salary

$99,429 – $116,895

CSN provides competitive salaries and comprehensive benefits depending upon the skills and experiences of the individual we hire.

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APPLICATION PROCEDURES

The College of Southern Nevada has retained the executive search services of Gold Hill Associates to assist in the recruitment and evaluation of potential candidates for the position of Senior Associate Vice President for Human Resources. The position description can be found at wwwwww.csn.edu/jobs-csn. Submission of application materials will be accepted only by email to: dennis@goldhillassociates.com.

TO ENSURE FULL CONSIDERATION, CANDIDATES SHOULD SUBMIT THE FOLLOWING MATERIALS TO THE SEARCH FIRM NO LATER THAN MARCH 27, 2020:

    1. A cover letter addressing the candidate’s qualifications and experience
    2. A current resume or CV
    3. A leadership statement addressing your leadership style and philosophy, practices and behaviors, etc.
    4. Copies of unofficial transcripts required only for those selected as finalists (official transcripts required of the finalist to whom the position is offered)
    5. Contact information for three (3) professional references (required only for those selected as finalists)

TRAVEL REIMBURSMENT

Travel reimbursement for allowable costs are provided for semi-finalists for an approved maximum amount. Travel costs are not reimbursed if the selected finalist declines the offer of employment.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION:

Dennis Michaelis, Ph.D.
Search Consultant,
Gold Hill Associates
dennis@goldhillassociates.com
254-297-9896

COLLEGE OF SOUTHERN NEVADA

The College of Southern Nevada is committed to providing a place of work and learning free of discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability (whether actual or perceived by others), religion, age, sex/gender (including pregnancy related conditions), sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information, veteran status (military status or military obligations) in the programs or activities which it operates.

GOLD HILL ASSOCIATES

Gold Hill Associates is dedicated solely to community college executive searches. Operating since 1990, Gold Hill Associates has assisted over 100 community colleges in searches for new presidents and executives. We are the most comprehensive independently owned community college executive search firm in the country. We work in colleges throughout the country, from small rural institutions to sizeable urban multi-college districts. Our search procedures are effective and rely on input from all college constituencies. At all times, we respect the need for confidentiality and ensure all applicants that their application materials will be honored as such.

Tulsa Community College; Senior Vice President and Chief Academic Officer (Tulsa Oklahoma)

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POSITION PROFILE

Position Description

As the Chief Academic Affairs Officer of the College, the Senior Vice President provides leadership to all college constituents in developing and implementing academic programs and services. The Senior Vice President provides direction and support in the teaching/learning process both inside and outside of the classroom by advancing the Guided Pathways Essential Practices to produce equitable learning outcomes in support of the College’s mission.

Titles of Positions Directly Supervised

Provosts, Vice President of Workforce Development, Transfer and Curriculum Compliance Administrator, Director of Project Management, and Executive Assistant.

Position Requirements

  1. Earned Doctorate at an accredited institution with at least 7 years of experience in the area (or a similar area).
  2. Significant experience in curriculum development and academic assessment processes related to institutional effectiveness.
  3. Progressively successful administrative experience in the academic area of an urban community college.
  4. Proven supervisory and leadership abilities.
  5. Demonstrated commitment to community college leadership, serving a diverse student population, and subscribing to a Guided Pathways Philosophy of realigning the student experience to increase student success and narrow equity gaps.
  6. Excellent communication and change management skills with the ability to empower, collaborate, delegate, and build consensus.
  7. Ability to synthesize and analyze information, evaluate consequences of decisions, and be decisive in leadership actions.

Position Duties

  1. Effectively and collaboratively work with the President and executive team members in strategic planning and implementation, including the creation and monitoring of performance indicators.
  2. Provide overall vision, leadership, and direction for academic affairs of the college, including workforce development, curriculum, and program development, program review, and assessment practices.
  3. Stay abreast of current/promising trends and best practices leading to equitable student learning and success outcomes, and adhere to philosophy and implementation of Guided Pathways Essential Practices.
  4. Serve as primary liaison and spokesperson between the college’s academic affairs and OSRHE, the college’s Board of Regents’ Student Success committee, and other public stakeholders including universities, secondary schools, and business and industry.
  5. Lead and support the institution in the development of flexible, innovative delivery of curriculum and services to accomplish the strategic goal of learning anywhere and anytime.
  6. Foster shared governance and effective change management practices on academic matters among faculty and staff, including Faculty Association and Academic Affairs Council.
  7. Enhance internal capacities and organizational processes to ensure that student, faculty, staff, and programs achieve positive outcomes, including direct contribution to the faculty hiring process.
  8. Lead the development and articulation of programs and collaborative, educational initiatives with other educational institutions locally, regionally, nationally, and internationally.
  9. Prepare the OSRHE Annual Academic Plan and other plans – academic efficiencies, assessment, ESL report, remediation report, HLC Accreditation report, etc.
  10. Hold Academic Council meetings and follow up sub-committee meetings on various academic and academic related projects.
  11. Oversee budgetary resources for academic units and academic support areas, ensuring transparency in allocation processes.
  12. Collaborate with college leaders on issues related to the operations, safety, and security of the College.
  13. Serve as a member of the President’s Cabinet and the President’s Executive Serves as Chief Executive Officer of the College in the absence of the President.
  14. Work closely with Student Affairs to promote the mission of the College.
  15. Assume other responsibilities as assigned by the President and Chief Executive Officer.

NOTE: The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment to the position.

APPLICATION PROCESS AND TIMELINE

To ensure full consideration, application materials must be received by: February 28, 2020.

Application Process

To be considered for this position, electronically submit the following:

  1. Letter of application that addresses the position profile and demonstrates how the candidate’s experience and professional qualifications prepare them to serve the needs of Tulsa Community College (not to exceed five [5] pages).
  2. Current resume.
  3. A minimum of five references will be required of finalists.

Please submit items 1 and 2 to: dennis@goldhillassociates.com

To receive full consideration, applications materials must be submitted by Friday, February 28.

For information about the application process, please contact Dr. Dennis Michaelis 254.297.9896 | dennis@goldhillassociates.com

Timeline (Subject to Change)

  1. February 28, 2020: Closing Date for
  2. Early March, 2020: List of semi-finalists will be sent to President and Search Committee for
  3. Mid March, 2020: Approximately 5-7 semi-finalists will engage in airport interviews.
  4. Early April: On-campus interviews of
  5. Early May, 2020: Announcement of the new Chief Academic
  6. August 1, 2020: Start date for new Chief Academic

ABOUT THE COLLEGE

Tulsa Community College has served Tulsa and northeastern Oklahoma since 1970. Now Oklahoma’s largest, multi- campus community college, TCC serves 25,000 students in college programs annually. Four fully equipped campuses – Metro, Northeast, Southeast and West – populate the Tulsa area, along with several community campuses in the suburban areas. TCC boasts knowledgeable faculty teaching in state-of-the art facilities on four campuses, programs for students at every stage of life, robust online learning opportunities, and a commitment to affordable excellence.

TCC consistently ranks among the elite of the nation’s 1,150 community college associate degree producers, serves more college students in northeastern Oklahoma than any other public college or university and reports one of the largest freshman classes in Oklahoma every year. TCC offers 52 AS/AA degrees, 34 AAS degrees, and 39 certificates.

STUDENT PROFILE

  1. 21% First-Time Students 
  2. 1,893 HS Concurrent Students
  1. 29% Full-Time
  2. 71% Part-Time
  1. 63% Female
  2. 37% Male

Average Age 25 

Ethnicity

  • White (52.4%)
  • More than 1 race (11.6%) 
  • Hispanic (10.8%)
  • Black (7.9%)
  • American Indian (6.9%)
  • Asian (4.3%)
  • Not Reported (3.8%)
  • Non-resident Alien (2.2%)
  • Native Hawaiian/Other/Pacific Islander (0.1%)

16,475 STUDENTS ENROLLED

5,599 Students Received $10,476,824 in Federal Grants

19:1 Student to Faculty Ratio

OUR MISSION

Building success through education

OUR VISION

An educated, employed, and thriving community

OUR BELIEFS AND VALUES

You Belong Here — We foster a culture of diversity, equity, and inclusion that welcomes and respects everyone for who they are and who they will become.

Everyone Can Learn — We meet people where they are by creating a safe and supportive learning and working environment leading to success.

Community Is Our Middle Name — We build community, inside and out, through collaboration, service, sustainability, and social and financial responsibility.

Quality Education Is Affordable — We create a rigorous and engaging learning experience that provides exceptional value.

Excellence Is Our Culture — We live out excellence at every level by embracing change, always improving, and persisting to reach our full potential.

Numbers based on students who took at least one course in Fall 2018.

ABOUT THE AREA

Tulsa is a city of approximately 400,000 residents located in Northeastern Oklahoma. Residents of Tulsa enjoy many amenities associated with larger, urban cities including museums, botanic garden, international airport, performing arts center, zoo, and aquarium, but with a cost of living that is below the national average. Tulsa provides a variety of recreational opportunities, such as the prestigious Gathering Place park as well as being located near numerous lakes. Additionally, a minor league baseball team, the Tulsa Drillers, is in the heart of the city. Tulsa is home to a variety of the nation’s largest employers, which cuts across numerous industries that include aerospace, engineering, healthcare, manufacturing, and transportation. Major employers include American Airlines maintenance base; Baker Hughes, a leading manufacturer of oil field machinery and equipment; Williams Companies, a major oil and gas company; and Spirit Aerosystems, a global manufacturer and distributor of airplane parts and equipment.

Points of Pride at Tulsa Community College

  • TCC is home to one of the country’s first tuition-free Associate degree programs, Tulsa Achieves. As of 2019, it has provided a path to college for more than 20,000 students and provided nearly 750,000 volunteer service hours to the community.
  • TCC was among the colleges in the first cohort of the American Association of Community College’s Pathways Project. The Pathways Essential Practices continue to guide our mission, values, and strategic planning.
  • TCC is supported by three funding sources: state funding, tuition and fees, and ad valorem taxes from Tulsa County property owners. TCC has also benefited from an engaged community. This has led to several key projects in bond issues in recent years as well as the recent completion of a successful $20 million-dollar capital campaign.
  • TCC is a hub of creativity for students and the community. Examples include the Thomas K. McKeon Center for Creativity and the TCC’s very own Signature Symphony at the VanTrease Performing Arts Center for Education

Tulsa Community College; Vice President For Student Affairs And Equity (Tulsa Oklahoma)

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POSITION PROFILE

Position Description

The Vice President of Student Affairs and Equity is responsible for oversight, direction, and leadership for all student affairs departments within the College. The Vice President advances the College’s mission by providing support services that enhance the learning environment, contribute to student success, and create equitable outcomes.

Titles of Positions Directly Supervised

Wellness, Dean Student Affairs: Assessment & Testing Services, Dean Student Affairs: Student Life, Dean Student Affairs: Accessibility Resources; Dean of Advising and Retention; Assistant Vice President of Enrollment Management; Dean of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion; Student Technology Manager, and Project Coordinator.

Position Requirements

  1. Master’s degree with at least 7 years of experience in the area (or similar area). Doctoral degree or terminal degree preferred.
  2. Progressively successfully administrative and management experience in the area (or a similar area).
  3. Proven supervisory and leadership abilities.
  4. Demonstrated commitment to community college leadership and serving a diverse student population.
  5. Excellent communication and change management skills with the ability to empower, delegate, and build consensus.
  6. Ability to synthesize and analyze information, evaluate consequences of decisions, and be decisive in leadership actions.

Position Duties

  1. Provide overall vision, leadership, and direction for student affairs of the college, including development and implementation of strategic planning for Student Affairs supporting the College’s Strategic Plan.
  2. Develop long-term Diversity, Equity and Inclusion action plans, and establish clear, measurable goals and metrics to monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of initiatives.

APPLICATION PROCESS AND TIMELINE

To ensure full consideration, application materials must be received by: February 28, 2020.

Application Process

To be considered for this position, electronically submit the following:

  1. Letter of application that addresses the position profile and demonstrates how the candidate’s experience and professional qualifications prepare them to serve the needs of Tulsa Community College (not to exceed five [5] pages).
  2. Current resume.
  3. A minimum of five references will be required of finalists.

Please submit items 1 and 2 to: dennis@goldhillassociates.com

To receive full consideration, applications materials must be submitted by Friday, February 28.

For information about the application process, please contact Dr. Dennis Michaelis 254.297.9896 | dennis@goldhillassociates.com

Timeline (Subject to Change)

  1. February 28, 2020: Closing Date for Applications.
  2. Early March, 2020: List of semi-finalists will be sent to President and Search Committee for review.
  3. Mid March, 2020: Approximately 5-7 semi-finalists will engage in airport interviews.
  4. Early April: On-campus interviews of finalists.

ABOUT THE COLLEGE

Tulsa Community College has served Tulsa and northeastern Oklahoma since 1970. Now Oklahoma’s largest, multi- campus community college, TCC serves 25,000 students in college programs annually. Four fully equipped campuses – Metro, Northeast, Southeast and West – populate the Tulsa area, along with several community campuses in the suburban areas. TCC boasts knowledgeable faculty teaching in state-of-the art facilities on four campuses, programs for students at every stage of life, robust online learning opportunities, and a commitment to affordable excellence.

TCC consistently ranks among the elite of the nation’s 1,150 community college associate degree producers, serves more college students in northeastern Oklahoma than any other public college or university and reports one of the largest freshman classes in Oklahoma every year. TCC offers 52 AS/AA degrees, 34 AAS degrees, and 39 certificates.

STUDENT PROFILE

  1. 21% First-Time Students 
  2. 1,893 HS Concurrent Students
  1. 29% Full-Time
  2. 71% Part-Time
  1. 63% Female
  2. 37% Male

Average Age 25 

Ethnicity

  • White (52.4%)
  • More than 1 race (11.6%) 
  • Hispanic (10.8%)
  • Black (7.9%)
  • American Indian (6.9%)
  • Asian (4.3%)
  • Not Reported (3.8%)
  • Non-resident Alien (2.2%)
  • Native Hawaiian/Other/Pacific Islander (0.1%)

16,475 STUDENTS ENROLLED

5,599 Students Received $10,476,824 in Federal Grants

19:1 Student to Faculty Ratio

OUR MISSION

Building success through education

OUR VISION

An educated, employed, and thriving community

OUR BELIEFS AND VALUES

You Belong Here — We foster a culture of diversity, equity, and inclusion that welcomes and respects everyone for who they are and who they will become.

Everyone Can Learn — We meet people where they are by creating a safe and supportive learning and working environment leading to success.

Community Is Our Middle Name — We build community, inside and out, through collaboration, service, sustainability, and social and financial responsibility.

Quality Education Is Affordable — We create a rigorous and engaging learning experience that provides exceptional value.

Excellence Is Our Culture — We live out excellence at every level by embracing change, always improving, and persisting to reach our full potential.

Numbers based on students who took at least one course in Fall 2018.

ABOUT THE AREA

Tulsa is a city of approximately 400,000 residents located in Northeastern Oklahoma. Residents of Tulsa enjoy many amenities associated with larger, urban cities including museums, botanic garden, international airport, performing arts center, zoo, and aquarium, but with a cost of living that is below the national average. Tulsa provides a variety of recreational opportunities, such as the prestigious Gathering Place park as well as being located near numerous lakes. Additionally, a minor league baseball team, the Tulsa Drillers, is in the heart of the city. Tulsa is home to a variety of the nation’s largest employers, which cuts across numerous industries that include aerospace, engineering, healthcare, manufacturing, and transportation. Major employers include American Airlines maintenance base; Baker Hughes, a leading manufacturer of oil field machinery and equipment; Williams Companies, a major oil and gas company; and Spirit Aerosystems, a global manufacturer and distributor of airplane parts and equipment.

Points of Pride at Tulsa Community College

  • TCC is home to one of the country’s first tuition-free Associate degree programs, Tulsa Achieves. As of 2019, it has provided a path to college for more than 20,000 students and provided nearly 750,000 volunteer service hours to the community.
  • TCC was among the colleges in the first cohort of the American Association of Community College’s Pathways Project. The Pathways Essential Practices continue to guide our mission, values, and strategic planning.
  • TCC is supported by three funding sources: state funding, tuition and fees, and ad valorem taxes from Tulsa County property owners. TCC has also benefited from an engaged community. This has led to several key projects in bond issues in recent years as well as the recent completion of a successful $20 million-dollar capital campaign.
  • TCC is a hub of creativity for students and the community. Examples include the Thomas K. McKeon Center for Creativity and the TCC’s very own Signature Symphony at the VanTrease Performing Arts Center for Education

Mott Community College Vice President for Academic Success and Provost (Flint, Michigan)

Vice President for Academic Success and Provost
Academic Affairs

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POSITION FOCUS

Under the direction of the President, the Vice President for Academic Success and Provost (VP-ASP) is responsible for providing the leadership, vision and outcomes that foster academic success, persistence and completion for a diverse student body. This position provides strategic leadership that seeks to reduce gaps in performance among students from diverse backgrounds. The VP-ASP will serve as the chief academic officer of the College and is responsible for educational policy and academic programs. This includes program review and improvement, accreditation and self-evaluation, assessment of student learning and advancement of student success, academic personnel decisions, budget development, enrollment management, fiscal accountability, program and curriculum development, and the encouragement and improvement of teaching and learning. The VP-ASP is accountable for achievement of the College’s Institutional Priorities, Strategic Goals, long term planning of educational and vocational needs, assuring quality of instruction, and successful selection and development of a highly skilled and committed faculty. The VP-ASP collaborates with academic deans, faculty, and staff to identify and create the
conditions that support student learning across all MCC sites.

The VP-ASP serves as the chief presidential advisor in matters related to curriculum and instruction, faculty selection, assignment, development, and retention. The position is responsible for leading College academic efforts and partnerships that involve public and private secondary school, four-year college and university partnerships, and community and business partnerships. The VP-ASP works with the Vice President for Student Success Services in all matters related to the coordination of supporting the MCC Student Commitments. The VP-ASP works with the Associate Vice President for Human Resources in all matters related to the coordination of supporting the MCC Employee Commitments. The VP-ASP is accountable for supporting the achievement of bridging instructional programs and services with Workforce and Economic Development College training programs and services.

The VP-ASP works collaboratively with campus administration to implement, guide, and promote academic success and teaching and learning strategies that serve as a comprehensive, integrated approach toward enhancing and improving the persistence, retention, and graduation rates.

The VP-ASP serves as a member of the President’s Executive Cabinet and leads College-wide committees as appropriate and as assigned.

CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES

  1. The Vice President for Academic Success and Provost will be an innovative and collaborative leader prepared to successfully address the following opportunities and challenges:
  2. Administer and guide a comprehensive academic instructional division that provides clear pathways to completion, transfer and jobs.
  3. Provide innovative and successful academic leadership and vision in instruction and program development that supports the successful teaching and learning of a diverse
    student population.
  4. Develop and implement a strategic academic enrollment management plan that leverages the full spectrum of program offerings, addresses the demographic shifts in the local community, and supports enrollment, retention, and completion goals.
  5. Demonstrate a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion and narrowing the equity and achievement gaps of all students.
  6. Enhance partnerships with K-12 school districts, municipalities, transfer institutions, employers, and other key stakeholders for the purpose of creating opportunities for our
    students and sustaining the community.
  7. Provide leadership, foresight, and vision focused on student success, completion and community vitality and sustainability.
  8. Promote innovation in program and curriculum development, academic scheduling, academic student support services, professional development, and teaching and learning.

POSITION DETAILS – QUALIFICATIONS

Minimum Qualifications:

  1. Master’s degree from an accredited institution of higher education.
  2. Must have three or more years of innovative and successful academic leadership experience in higher education reporting to a Chancellor, Vice-Chancellor, President, or Vice President. Experience must include a broad array of areas to include curriculum, scheduling of classes, student learning outcomes, budgeting, educational technologies, regional accreditation, strategic planning, and teaching and learning theory, design, development and evaluation.
  3. Must have higher education teaching experience.
  4. Ability to plan and organize curriculum, teaching and learning initiatives in cooperation with faculty and staff to increase learning outcomes.
  5. Must have demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
  6. Must demonstrate excellent interpersonal, organizational, and communication skills, and a demonstrated ability to exercise good judgment.
  7. Must have supervisory experience, including hiring, developing, and managing employee performance.
  8. Understanding of and commitment to the mission, priorities and strategic planning of the comprehensive community college and the constituencies it serves.
  9. Must have experience working with a diverse student population and demonstrated sensitivity to the needs of the broad spectrum of individuals representing the College and staff populations.
  10. Display interpersonal and ethical skills that inspire trust.
  11. Demonstrated ability to motivate others, show initiative, be goal motivated and results orientated.
  12. Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively with individuals from all levels of the organization and community at-large.

Desired Qualifications:

  1. Doctorate.
  2. Community College teaching E\experience.
  3. Additional experience beyond the minimum requirements.
  4. Academic leadership experience within a community college setting.
  5. Demonstrated evidence of working with diverse communities and organizations.
  6. Supervisory experience in a unionized work environment.

COLLEGE OVERVIEW

Established in 1923, Mott Community College (MCC) continues to foster a fine tradition of excellence in serving the community. Named after automotive industrialist Charles Stewart Mott, MCC takes its mission of community service very seriously. The mission of MCC is to provide high quality, accessible, and affordable educational opportunities and services that cultivate student success and individual development and improve the overall quality of life in a multicultural community.

Mott Community College is committed to excellence in education and offering services that cultivate student success and improve the overall quality of life in a multicultural community. With almost 100 academic and occupational degree programs, we help students prepare to achieve more in an ever-changing economy. Through university transfer agreements, high-demand associate’s degree programs and one-year certification programs, we help ensure that all Mott students are ready to get more out of life.

The College serves approximately 8,000 credit students each year. Incoming students can choose from 47 Associate Degree programs, 46 Certificate programs, and 7 Alternative TrainingPrograms. Most students attend MCC part-time while working and nearly 44 percent of MCC’s credit-seeking student population is eligible for Pell Grants, a federal subsidy designed to provide financial assistance to low-income students. The vast majority of MCC students (81%) reside in the City of Flint and Genesee County. MCC was recognized by the Aspen Institute in 2011, 2013, 2015, 2017, and 2019 as one of the nation’s top community colleges, and serves as an anchor institution, safe haven, and economic driver for Flint, Genesee County, and beyond.

CAMPUS LOCATION

Mott’s main campus is situated on the former grounds of the Charles Stewart Mott Estate. Students, employees and visitors love spending time on our beautifully landscaped and well-maintained acreage. The campus is located just east of downtown Flint, in the College/Cultural district.

The Cultural Center is a 30-acre site offering enriching exhibits, performances, festivals and events educating over 600,000 visitors per year within the Flint Institute of Arts, Flint Institute of Music, Flint Repertory Theatre, Longway Planetarium, Sloan Museum, and The Whiting.

The College is easily accessed by three interstate highways: I-75, I-69 and US-23. Bishop International Airport is located ten minutes from the main campus. We are conveniently located about an hour from Ann Arbor, Lansing and Detroit.

Those who enjoy a more rural, less hurried environment can travel “up north” within an hour. Our climate allows residents to enjoy year-round activities. Flint & Genesee County has 11,000 acres of woods, waters, trails and beaches in Flint and Genesee County. Michigan has close to 38,575 miles of water bordering the state and 36,000 linear miles of rivers and streams

HOW TO APPLY

This position will remain open until filled. All inquiries, expressions of interest, nominations and applications are to be directed to the search consultant and are strictly confidential.

Please email the following to the search consultant listed below no later than December 19, 2019. Electronic transmissions are strongly encouraged.

  1. Letter expressing interest in the opportunity and how your background matches position requirements (not to exceed five pages)
  2. Resume
  3. Statement of Leadership Philosophy
  4. Contact information for a range of professional references (five minimum) to include a direct telephone number and email

SEARCH CONSULTANT:

Preston Pulliams
Gold Hill Associates
preston@goldhillassociates.com
Phone: 503-704-3425


As an affirmative action/equal opportunity institution, the College encourages diversity and provides equal opportunity in education, employment, all of its programs, and the use of its facilities. The College does not discriminate in educational or employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, sex, color, religion, gender, gender expression, gender identity, national origin, veteran’s status, age, disability unrelated to an individual’s ability to perform adequately, sexual orientation, or any other characteristic protected by law. Title IX Coordinator Contact Information: 1401 E. Court St., Prahl College Center – Student Success Services Center (PCC-2280E), Flint, MI 48503, (810) 762-0024. Title II, ADA, Coordinator Contact Information: 1401 E. Court St., Curtice-Mott Complex (CM-1117), Flint, MI 48503 (810) 762-0373. Section 504 Coordinator Contact Information: 1401 E. Court St.,
Prahl College Center (PCC-2280A), Flint, MI 48503 (810) 762-0191.


Mott Community College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (hlcommission.org), a regional accreditation agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.

Lone Star College System - North Harris and Kingwood; Presidential Searches (The Woodlands, Texas)

Lone Star College is searching for Presidents for LSC-North Harris and LSC-Kingwood

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Lone Star College offers high-quality, low-cost academic transfer and career training education to 99,000 students each semester. LSC is training tomorrow’s workforce today and redefining the community college experience to support student success. Stephen C. Head, Ph.D., serves as chancellor of LSC, the largest institution of higher education in the Houston area with an annual economic impact of nearly $3 billion. LSC consists of seven colleges, eight centers, two university centers, Lone Star Corporate College and LSC-Online. To learn more, visit LoneStar.edu.

Commitment to Mission

This job carries with it the obligation to uphold the Mission of Lone Star College in carrying out the duties of the position. A commitment to positive interpersonal behaviors, professional communication, diversity, integrity, leadership, stewardship, respect and accountability to LSC students and employees is essential.

Cultural Beliefs

  • One LSC
  • Advance Equity
  • Choose Learning
  • Cultivate Community
  • Student Focused
  • Own It

Purpose and Scope

The Lone Star College President provides leadership and oversight for a large college campus in a multi campus system, including off-site centers. The President develops new and maintains/deepens existing external partnerships and community relations. In addition, the President must be a good/contributing team member of the Chancellor’s Cabinet to help develop, coordinate and collaborate new system wide initiatives with colleagues. This role ensures the college is meeting needs of all constituents including students, community, taxpayers, school districts and others. As a leader, the President works with key local, state, and national leaders to accomplish the mission of college and system.

  • The Lone Star College-North Harris President position is located at 2700 W. W. Thorne Drive, Houston, TX 77073
  • The Lone Star College-Kingwood President position is located at 20000 Kingwood Drive, Kingwood, TX 77339

Essential Job Functions:

The College President is responsible to the Chancellor of the System for the performance of the following duties:

  1. Participate in the decision making and fully support Lone Star College strategic priorities including the following:
    •  Academic and workforce
    • Student success
    • Financial responsibility and accountability
    • Educational partnerships
    • The establishment of a culture that values employees and students
    • The Lone Star College Foundation
    • A commitment to high ethical and professional standards
  2. Understand and support Lone Star College’s budgeting philosophies, allocation models and financial accountability for
    your college.
  3. Understand and support Lone Star College Human Resource policies, procedures, and practices.
  4. A knowledge, understanding, and practical application of Lone Star College policies and procedures.
  5. Function as an active member of the Chancellor’s Cabinet.
  6. Develop and implement college educational and student development programs responsive to the needs of the students and the community, and consistent with the values and mission of the System.
  7. Develop and implement a plan of college organization including hiring, termination and the assignment of responsibilities to college personnel in accordance with Lone Star College policies. Included in this plan is a demonstrative commitment to diversity reflective of the community and student body.
  8. Develop and implement a college planning and evaluation system and report the results of all such evaluations to the Chancellor in a timely manner.
  9. Represent the college in community and civic activities, supporting the programs of the LSC Foundation and maintaining positive relationships with governmental and educational entities within the college’s service area, including members of the Legislature.
  10. Insure that the college facilities and grounds are maintained in accordance with System standards and norms.
  11. Act as the chief spokesperson for the college.
  12. Engage in appropriate professional development activities. Present at least once annually at a national level professional meeting/conference and once annually at a State or regional conference.
  13. Serve as the primary communication link between the college’s students, faculty and staff and the Chancellor and Board of Trustees. Employee shall maintain a highly professional relationship with both College faculty and staff in all forms of communication and shall abide by all system Policies and Procedures.
  14. Initial assignment and/or reassignment of duties will be made by the chancellor based on the needs of the System.

Work Schedule & Conditions:

  • Equipment used includes, PC workstation running on a LAN in a Microsoft Windows environment, calculator, phone and other general office equipment
  • Interface with internal and external contacts as needed to carry out the functions of the position
  • Work is performed in a climate-controlled office with minimal exposure to safety hazards

Required Qualifications:

  • Earned doctoral degree and over 10 years of related work experience, to include at least 5 years administrative experience at the president, vice-president, vice chancellor or associate vice chancellor level at a comprehensive community college or system

Knowledge, Skills, And Abilities:

  • Integrity, highest ethical standards, and respect for the dignity and worth of individuals and groups
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, goodwill and a sense of humor
  • Experience in providing educational or support services directly to students through teaching, student services, library assistance, or other areas of professional service where engaging students directly is required
  • Demonstrated commitment to higher education or public service
  • Proven management and leadership skills

Physical Abilities:

The work is sedentary. Typically, the employee sits comfortably to do the work. However, there may be some walking; standing; bending; carrying of light items, such as papers, books, or small parts; or driving an automobile. No special physical demands are required to perform the work.

Application Process

These searches are being facilitated by Dr. Dennis Michaelis of Gold Hill Associates. Candidates should send their materials directly to Dr. Michaelis at: dennis@goldhillassociates.com. The following items are required to be submitted directly and only to the search consultant via e-mail attachments:

  • COVER LETTER, limited to no more than 4 typed pages, detailing how your education experiences/background align with this Position Profile
  • RESUME, limited to no more than 6 typed pages

Important Note: All attachments are to be in Microsoft Word or PDF format, and file names must begin with applicant’s initials (example: ABCcover, ABCres, ABCref). The subject line in the email should reference the position being applied for, i.e., President LSC-North Harris or President LSC-Kingwood. Candidates are able to apply for both positions but must submit separate applications for each position with the appropriate subject lines.

Review of materials will begin immediately and continue until the appointment is made. For application materials to receive full consideration, it is preferred that application materials be submitted by February 28, 2020.

Semi-finalist candidates will interview with the Search Advisory Committee in mid-April with finalist candidates interviewing in late April.

REFERENCES will be requested only of finalists and should be limited to 1 typed page, and include two supervisors, two direct reports, two full-time faculty members, and one community reference. The references must include names, titles, business and personal phone numbers, and e-mail addresses. References will not be contacted without the consultant’s prior notification to the applicant.

Transcripts will be required of all finalists. Official transcripts must be provided to Lone Star College by the successful candidate as a condition of hire.

For questions related to the search process, calendar and Position Profile contact Search Liaison Helen Clougherty, Vice-Chancellor, Chief of Staff/Board Liaison at Helen.Clougherty@LoneStar.edu

For other questions, contact the Search Consultant via e-mail noted below (including requests for a phone conversation, in which you should also list times and number at which you may be reached).

Search Consultant:
Dr. Dennis Michaelis
Gold Hill Associates
Dennis@GoldHillAssociates.com

Cuyahoga Community College Metropolitan Campus Presidential Search (Cleveland, Ohio)

Cuyahoga Community College Job Description

Job Title:                    Campus President
Department:              Campus President Office
Reports To:               Executive Vice President & Provost, Access, Learning & Success
FLSA Status:             Exempt
Employee Class:        01 – Administrator
Position Class:           A8052
Grade:                      EE
Bargaining Status:    Non-Bargaining
Date:                         October, 2019

SUMMARY

Provides the vision and strategic direction of the assigned campus and collaboratively leads as a valued member of the local community, as well as Northeast Ohio.  Serves as the chief executive officer of a diverse, inclusive, and equally accessible campus in a multicultural urban environment.  Provides College-wide leadership to multi-campus programs and initiatives.  Serves on the Access, Learning and Success College-wide council.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

  • Prioritizes student-centered learning and demonstrates a commitment to access, equity, completion and student success
  • Oversees the finances, budgeting, resource generation and planning at the assigned campus
  • Directs the campus’ career and technical education, liberal arts, transfer programs and workforce credit training
  • Fosters and supports an understanding for the role remedial education has in the college environment
  • Collaboratively and successfully works with unions representing the College’s employee groups
  • Demonstrates excellent business acumen and creates positive experiences by advocating for the College to governmental, professional and civic organizations and university partners.
  • Successful experience in Board relations, strategic planning and institutional assessment
  • Fosters a culture of open communication and embraces the diversity of the region in support of an inclusive campus environment
  • Demonstrates an unwavering passion for, appreciation of, and commitment to a continuously improving diverse, inclusive, and accessible learning environment for students, faculty, and staff
  • Demonstrates a commitment to leading and creating innovative support and services to students of color, adult learners, and Pell grant eligible students
  • Works with the entire campus community to develop campus-based student success initiatives
  • Identifies and takes action on strategic opportunities to ensure success and advancement of the College mission
  • Identifies and seeks support from internal and external constituents
  • Represents the campus community with a strong voice to internal and external audiences
  • Anticipates and effectively plans for change through strong collaboration and active communication
  • Utilizes shared decision making with various campus stakeholders to find mutually agreeable resolutions for key campus issues while supporting College-wide protocols
  • Provides a forum for the discussion of ideas and suggestions, and incorporates results into a variety of possible solutions for key campus issues
  • Actively represents the campus at College-wide leadership team meetings while supporting and collaborating in the best interests of the multi-campus institution
  • Promotes a cooperative work environment
  • Fosters an environment that encourages and promotes on-going professional development
  • Develops and maintains a high-functioning network of internal and external relationships
  • Performs other duties as assigned

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE/TRAINING

  • Earned doctorate from a regionally accredited institution
  • Minimum of ten years of demonstrated experience including:
    • Teaching in higher education
    • Executive-level leadership and administration
    • Successfully meeting accreditation and/or compliance standards
    • Developing and managing budgets
    • Effectively developing strategies and making decisions that have significant, broad implications on the management and operations of a College division (or equivalent business area)
    • Effectiveness requiring dynamic and analytical problem solving methods in a variety of situations
    • Working as part of a successful executive team in a large, multi-campus educational institution
    • Fundraising and/or grant writing and grant administration

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS and ABILITIES

  • Possess comprehensive knowledge of higher education theories, concepts and practices with the ability to use in complex, difficult and/or unprecedented situations as it pertains to the departmental focus
  • Possess understanding of a large urban educational environment
  • Possess current understanding of the unique strengths and challenges facing community colleges, and an appreciation for its modern-day students
  • Possess understanding of the complexity of working in a multi-site, fast-paced environment and an ability to work collaboratively across the organization
  • Ability to develop and implement a vision for the campus that leverages its strengths and provides a strong programmatic identity within the context of the Cuyahoga Community College brand
  • Ability to independently set goals and determine best course of action to achieve desired results
  • Demonstrated passion and commitment to student success and to enhancing teaching and learning
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate clearly and effectively with all constituents
  • Ability to establish mutually beneficial ties within the industry, including partnerships with four-year institutions, as well as the local community
  • Ability to develop, organize, and coordinate a wide variety of instructional programs to achieve College and Division goals while demonstrating an understanding of their civic responsibility to the College
  • Demonstrated leadership skills
  • Ability to work collaboratively with administrators, staff, and faculty throughout the college and external partners while demonstrating a servant leadership focus
  • Ability to effectively maintain relationships with political leaders at the local, state, and national levels
  • Must be open-minded, an enthusiastic creative thinker and problem solver
  • Ability to envision the future in order to continually evolve the delivery of education and services to best serve students and the community
  • Demonstrated commitment to authentic leadership and the ability to create trust amongst all levels throughout the organization
  • Ability to lead College teams in projects and the development of new programs and projects
  • Possess excellent planning, organizational and communication (verbal and written) skills
  • Demonstrated advanced Project Management skills
  • Demonstrated intermediate proficiency with Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint
  • Ability to confidentially and discreetly handle subject matters requiring privacy and sensitivity
  • Ability to collaborate, negotiate and resolve conflicts on major projects
  • Ability to facilitate top-level collaboration while managing sensitive issues
  • Ability to develop and maintain relationships with key contacts to enhance work flow and quality
  • Possess sensitivity to appropriately respond to the needs of a diverse population

COMPETENCIES

CRITICAL COMPETENCIES

  • Service Focus
  • Collaboration
  • Continuous Improvement

VERY IMPORTANT COMPETENCIES

  • Communication
  • Adaptability

IMPORTANT COMPETENCIES

  • Time Utilization
  • Quality of Work

PHYSICAL DEMANDS/WORKING CONDITIONS

(The demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.)

  • The work is performed in a normal, professional office environment;
  • The work area is adequately lighted, heated and ventilated;
  • Typically, the employee may sit comfortably to perform the duties of the job and will perform repetitive motions with hands/fingers using a computer mouse and keyboard to type. However, there may be some walking; standing; bending; carrying of light items such as papers, files, pamphlets, books, etc.;
  • Work may also require walking and standing in conjunction with travel to and attendance at meetings and conferences away from the worksite

How to Apply

Please follow this link to apply: https://tri-c.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=1724&site=3

Questions? Comments?

Contact Preston Pulliams as preston@goldhillassociates.com or call (503) 704-2425

Special Instructions to Applicants:

During the application process, you may be required to attach a cover letter and/or resume.  It is recommended that you have these documents ready to be attached electronically to the online application.  This system accepts only MS Word or PDF attachments.  Any employment with the College is contingent upon satisfactory completion of a background check and drug screen.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY STATEMENT

Cuyahoga Community College is committed to attaining excellence through the recruitment and retention of a qualified and diverse workforce. Cuyahoga Community College is an equal employment/educational opportunity institution.

Pending College Executive Job Searches

President Search: Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS) Versailles, Ky

Please contact Gold Hill Associates with any questions regarding College President Job Searches.