St. Louis Community College (STLCC) is the largest community college system in Missouri and has four (4) campuses, an administrative office, and education centers. It is the second largest institution by headcount of higher education in the state with current credit enrollment of approximately 27,500 students. The College’s four campuses offer core courses for college transfer and career programs.
The Florissant Valley campus, situated on more than 100 acres with more than 7,000 students enrolled in transfer and career programs. It is known for excellence in engineering and technology, and a strong general education curriculum. The campus is the home to Missouri’s first two-year biotechnology program and offers unique programs in chemical technology, deaf communications, and nationally recognized programs in art and childcare. The Center for Workforce Innovation (CWI) is located adjacent to the campus. This new 32,000 square foot facility houses the St. Louis Aerospace Institute along with six aerospace labs; a large equipment lab; and technical training labs such as Programmable Logic Controllers, Industrial Maintenance Training, and Green Technologies and Sustainable Construction.
The College President reports directly to the Chancellor and serves on the Chancellor’s leadership team. He/she is the educational leader for the Florissant Valley campus; exercises broad discretionary authority consistent with board policies; develops, implements and evaluates long-range strategic and operational plans for campus-based instructionally related programs and services; recommends and or approves employment of faculty and staff; interprets educational policies, programs and services to faculty, students and public and works with Public Safety regarding safety and emergency management. The President directs the instructional and student support functions and collaborates with local community representatives to identify education needs. In the absence of the Chancellor may serve as the CEO of the College when designated by the Chancellor or Board of Trustees.
Master’s degree and seven (7) years of full-time experience including five (5) years progressively responsible higher education administrative experience in curriculum development and administration of educational programs, with particular knowledge and experience in the areas of traditional and non-traditional education; academic affairs, student services and education innovation. A doctorate degree is highly preferred. Four (4) years of higher education level teaching experience desired.
If interested, please apply by completing an online application no later than February 28, 2014 at
For additional information or confidential inquiries, contact Bill Miller, Associate Vice Chancellor, Human Resources 314.539.5220 or Patricia Henderson, Manager, Employment and Recruitment 314.539.5214
St. Louis Community College is an Affirmative Action /Equal Opportunity Employer and welcomes individuals with diverse backgrounds, experiences, and ideas who embrace and value diversity and inclusivity.