Central Louisiana Technical Community College
The newly created Central Louisiana Technical Community College, located in the heart of the state, offers a rare and unique opportunity for an innovative and inspiring leader. The ideal candidate will see themselves as, and enjoy being, a problem solver, relationship builder, and a strong advocate for academic quality. He or she will plan for and implement new facilities and programs. An outstanding institution depends on a leader that personifies and provides exceptional service to students. The individual we are seeking will embody strong leadership, a demonstrated commitment to improving educational access, the ability to inspire faculty, staff, and students, along with the skills to collaboratively execute a common mission and vision. The successful candidate will have an affinity for, and experience in, community engagement for both the college and the communities it serves. Community involvement and economic development are equally as important as college leadership. Economic development leaders will embrace the new chancellor and count on him or her to participate in workforce development initiatives and anticipate needs so that relevant, up –to-the-minute programs may be created or enhanced to meet the workforce needs. Fundraising will be an activity the new chancellor will prioritize and execute on an ongoing basis. CLTCC has six campuses, Alexandria, Winnfield, Leesville, Oakdale, Ferriday and Cottonport, LA.
Qualifications for the position include:
Earned doctorate or terminal degree from an accredited institution preferred
Minimum of 5 years successful experience at the Vice President or President/Chancellor level in an institution of higher education, preferably in a comprehensive community college
- A passion for the role and mission of technical and community colleges
- The ability to inspire and lead a complex, multi-campus organization
- A record of successful senior management experience in a fast-paced environment
- A commitment to ensuring appropriate linkages between career/technical/adult education and the transfer mission of the institution
- Experience in listening to and engaging with multiple stakeholders
For additional information about Central Louisiana Technical Community College, please visit www.cltc.edu.
For a full position description and application procedures, you may also visit www.lctcs.edu or www.acctsearches.org
Salary and benefits are competitive. The review of applications will continue until the position is filled. Candidates are encouraged to submit a complete application to www.acctsearches.org by Friday, October 19, 2012.
An Association of Community College Trustees Assisted Search
The college is a member of the Louisiana Community and Technical College System comprised of seven community colleges, four technical community colleges and three technical colleges. Confidential inquiries regarding the application process or nominations should be directed to Dr. Narcisa Polonio, ACCT Vice President for Research, Education and Board Leadership Services at (202) 276-1983 (mobile) or firstname.lastname@example.org.