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Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor

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Pima Community College

Location

Tucson, AZ

Job Description

Pima Community College District

Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor        

Pima Community College invites nominations and applications for the position of Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor.  First Review: Friday, January 24, 2014.  Applications can be submitted via the posted job announcement on Pima Jobs on the Pima Community College web site. 

The Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor is the chief academic officer and instructional leader for the College and acts as the Chancellor in his/her absence.  The position reports to the Chancellor and works closely with executive officers and the instructional leaders at the six campuses. 

The Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor is responsible for providing vision and leadership in advancing the academic mission and implementing the instructional strategic objectives of the College.  Responsibilities include:

• Promote excellence in all aspects of academic programming
• Facilitate curriculum development and assessment of learning outcomes and propose more efficient academic-related institutional operations
• Provide leadership and oversight of academic programs and services to include:

- Enrollment management
- Faculty standards
- Curriculum and articulation services
- Library services
- Admissions, records, and registration
- Financial aid

• Provide leadership in the development, enhancement, and review of academic policies and programs
• Ensure academic programs comply with the governing rules and regulations and accreditation guidelines
• Oversee the allocation and management of resources for academic affairs and the allocation of faculty positions

The Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor is expected to provide leadership within the community, as well as at the state and national level. 

The College is committed to hiring an individual who:
• Is strategic, analytical, and creative
• Has a passion for continuous learning and self-improvement
• Values and demonstrates integrity
• Has the ability to accept criticism and deal calmly and effectively with high stress situations
• Can develop credibility and trust within the College by ensuring basic operational needs are efficiently executed

Duties and Responsibilities    
Duties may include, but are not limited to the following:
• Lead the College’s efforts toward meeting the Higher Learning Commission’s criteria for accreditation
• Provide overall academic leadership to the College
• Provide leadership in College planning, particularly in academic matters
• Provide overall leadership in the College's enrollment management program and promote it as an active college-wide process that establishes, implements, and evaluates an overall plan for attracting and educating students from pre-enrollment through the attainment of their educational goals
• Align course programming with student needs
• Provide stewardship for the general education program and academic advising
• Forge partnerships with other educational institutions, community organizations, and private/public entities
• Provide high-level assistance to the Chancellor and Board of Governors
• Coordinate the development and administration of the budget for assigned functions
• Represent the College to the community and outside organizations to promote the College        

Job Requirements     
• Master's degree from an accredited college or university in an academic discipline is required with a Doctorate degree in an academic discipline preferred
• Successful track record of leadership experience in an academic capacity
• Five years of progressive leadership experience within a large complex academic organization at an executive administrator or executive level

The successful candidate will have the following knowledge, skills and abilities:
• Be an academic leader, a skilled and effective decision-maker, and a person of known integrity, sound judgment, and proven leadership ability
• Demonstrate the ability to manage a complex academic organization and to work effectively with colleagues through the College
• Possess the ability to evaluate academic programs, assess learning outcomes, and lead the accreditation process
• Demonstrate commitment to the use of technology and information systems to support teaching and learning
• Have knowledge of fiscal management within higher education including establishing budgets and resource allocation
• Have experience with a broad range of disciplines and interdisciplinary programs
• Possess skills in evaluating employee capabilities
• Have strong interpersonal and communication skills
• Have experience with development and administration of grants within an institutional setting
• Possess teaching experience at the college and/or university level           

Benefits          
Please refer to the Administrator Personnel Policy Statement at pima.edu/administrative-services/human-resources/personnel-policy-statements/administrative-personnel-policy-statement.html   

Posting Number:         13A3COG101

Minimum -Maximum Salary:  $152,996        

Salary Breakdown:     Annually         

Job List:           External          

Open Until Filled:        Yes     

For more information and to apply, visit https://pima.peopleadmin.com/postings/3512

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Full-Time

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Executive Vice Chancellor/President

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$152,996

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Approval Date

2/4/2014 12:00 AM
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