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Campus President, Trinity River Campus

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Tarrant County College District

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Ft Worth, TX

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Job Summary
The campus president is the chief academic and operating officer of the campus, responsible for providing academic, administrative, and fiscal leadership in accordance with Tarrant County College District's strategic plan. The campus president is the senior learning leader for the campus, whose primary role is to ensure significant and measurable improvements in learning and student success within a supportive campus environment.

The campus president will coordinate on-campus activites and collaborate closely with the other campus presidents. The position is a member of the Chancellor's Executive Leadership Team (CELT) and reports to the vice chancellor for academic affairs and student success.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities
The campus president will be charged with the following responsibilities and duties:

Vision and Planning
• Leading the campus in developing and pursuing a unique and compelling vision for its service to students and the community
• Translating this vision into programs, services, and systems that work
• Imagining, developing, and building educational pathways and new degree programs for students
• Creating a climate of open and effective communication
• Developing strong partnerships with community stakeholders in support of college programming; understanding and contributing to local efforts in economic development
• Leading the campus in the implementation and completion of compliance activities including but not limited to THECB mandates, substantive change documentation and Institutional Effectiveness Plans

Teaching and Learning
• Promoting and supporting the learning centered concept and works collaboratively with campus and college faculty and staff to provide quality. Continually asks the questions “what are students learning” and “how do we know?”
• Committing to a campus environment that encourages and enables faculty to create positive and innovative learning environments
• Providing leadership in ensuring that academic and business processes focus on enhancement of the learning environment
• Promoting and facilitating innovations in teaching and learning, and supports technologies and infrastructures
• Supporting faculty in developing assessment mechanisms that will document increases in learning

Human Resources Management
• Recruiting, hiring and supporting excellent faculty, administrators and staff who are committed to learning; participating in the annual faculty review process
• Building and leading an effective team of deans and directors to fulfill the college's vision
• Creating developmental opportunities to offer personal/professional growth for campus stakeholders
• Promoting the establishment of learning connections between full-time and adjunct faculty
Governance
• Serving on or chairing college governing councils or committees as required
• Participating as a member of the Chancellor's Executive Leadership Team (CELT) and the Academic Affairs Leadership Team
• Working collaboratively with other campus presidents, faculty leadership (including the president of the faculty association, the Joint Consultation Committee), other district leaders, the vice chancellor for academic affairs and student success, and the chancellor to ensure a college-wide perspective while considering individual campus needs
• Supporting the newly developed Innovation Forum model for initiative processing, allowing ideas to foster among faculty, staff, students and administration

Finance, Technology, and Real Estate and Facilities Planning
• Working collaboratively with faculty and staff in campus planning, development and policy-making in accordance with the District's strategic plan and priorities
• Guiding the class scheduling process
• Facilitating the preparation of, providing oversight for, and authorizing the management of the departmental and campus plans and budgets
• Facilitating and supporting the integration of technology into the culture of the campus to enhance the teaching/learning process and student success; recognizing the need for campus-based technology applications within a college-wide technical infrastructure

The campus president reports to the vice chancellor for academic affairs and student success, but works closely with the chancellor; and will assume other duties as assigned.

Required Education, Experience, Certifications, Licensures
• Earned doctorate from a regionally accredited institution
• Leadership experience appropriate to a senior leadership role in higher education
• Evidence of genuine expertise and experience in teaching and learning, including direct experience in teaching
• Knowledge of, and experience with, student-related issues
• Experience in applying instructional technologies
• Successful record of innovative academic leadership and commitment to the highest standards of academic quality and institutional and personal integrity
• A demonstrated commitment to diversity
• A demonstrated commitment to building a 21st Century Campus
• Understanding and experience in requesting and utilizing data from multiple sources to enhance decision-making

Desired Education, Experience, Certifications, Licensures
• An understanding and appreciation for the role of a campus president as a key learning leader in a learning-centered institution
• Commitment to the mission of the comprehensive community college and its role in total community development
• Proven visionary learning leadership and managerial abilities including excellent organizational and communication skills
• Ability to work collaboratively in teams in the role of either member or leader
• Knowledge of workforce development, including general and technical education as well as skill enhancement programs
• Ability to work effectively in a diverse community and meet the needs of diverse student populations

To be considered for this position please visit our web site and apply on line at the following link: http://apptrkr.com/201520143

Tarrant County College is an Equal Opportunity/equal access institution.

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5/26/2015 12:00 AM
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