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Vice Chancellor of Student Services

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South Louisiana Community College

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Lafayette, LA

Job Description

Position Title: Vice Chancellor of Student Services
Department:  Student Services Department
Report To:  Chancellor
FSLA Status:  Non-Classified
Created Date:  March 11, 2015
Approved by:  Executive Cabinet

Education Requirements: Master's degree in Education or an area related to student development or student services. PhD preferred in Education or an area related to student development or student services.

Experience Requirements: Ten (10) years of combined administrative experience in multiple divisions of student services with five (5) years of direct experience in a managerial or leadership role. Community college administrative experience highly preferred.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following:
  • Provide leadership in the design, development, strategy, implementation and assessment of goals, objectives and activities related to Student Services and Centers of Excellence. Make recommendations to the Chancellor on long and short range strategies and goals. Participates as a member of the College’s senior leadership team; provides the leadership, vision, and administrative management for student services at the college.
  • Represents the Chancellor for the student services function of the campus, as well as serves as Chancellor’s designated person for student complaints and grievances.
  • Formulate and interpret policies and procedures, ensuring compliance with applicable program, local, State and Federal laws, and established criteria, along with ensuring student success.
  • Develop and maintain internal and external relationships; participate in a variety of meetings, committees, task forces, and/or other related groups to communicate information regarding services, programs, areas of opportunity, and other information; represent assigned area on committees, advocacy groups, and/or related groups. Negotiate and manage contracts with external parties as necessary.
  • Provide overall direction in facilitating system wide student services councils and task forces to ensure student success. Act as representative of the institution to current and prospective partners to assess needs and develop appropriate programs. Provide leadership in promoting professional development opportunities for 100% of staff.
  • Oversee and direct various planned activities in the development and implementation of student success initiatives and public and governmental relations in a coordinated effort to promote the institution aimed at meeting or exceeding enrollment projections, and to attain an outstanding reputation in public and governmental relations.
  • Recommend to the Chancellor new/revised college initiatives and increase student success measures. Review enrollment programs and evaluate, assess and develop creative strategies for improvement of programs.
  • Demonstrate commitment to collaborative decision-making, results based management, continuous improvement and student/customer service in an environment conducive to teamwork and mutual support. Works with college administration to promote a student-oriented culture that ensures access, sustains educational excellence, fosters student development, and supports high levels of student achievement.
  • Responsible for the design, execution and effectiveness of a system of internal controls which provides reasonable assurance that operations are effective and efficient, assets are safeguarded.
  • Provide overall management of operating budgets; prepare cost estimates for budget recommendations; control and approve expenditures as required; identify and pursue alternative funding sources; allocate funds across center functions.
  • Performs designated duties for the Chancellor in his/her absence.
  • Other duties may be assigned.
Qualifications: 
  • An open, energetic, innovative, success-oriented personality with a record of setting and surpassing student success and student service objectives.
  • Vision, curiosity, initiative and self-discipline, with confidence and charisma to lead, encourage and enable. Skill to bring about affirmative results and positive change via working through others. Inspires conviction and enthusiasm in others, and instills vision for great achievement.
  • Comfortable with assuming a highly visible leadership role among the college and community.
  • Proven experience making sound judgments in a complex environment. Possesses ability to analyze existing paradigms and create streamlined processes. Demonstrates fair consideration and respect to various viewpoints.
  • Proven to be discreet with confidential information.
  • Skill in identifying problems and opportunities, using creativity to map and bring about solutions. Successful experience in managing and resolving conflict.
  • Skilled consensus builder with capacity to initiate and foster collaborative partnerships. Interacts with consistency throughout the organization and adapts easily to the institution's culture.
  • Places a high value on people. Possesses a strong moral compass and unquestioned integrity. Possesses a sense of humor, humility, and a servant heart. Prefers transparency in operations and decision-making processes. Sensitive to, understands and encourages cultural diversity throughout the system and the community.
  • Ability to foster/engender an environment that promotes teamwork and teambuilding. Credits success to co-workers, takes responsibility for less than positive outcomes.
  • An enabler and facilitator with outstanding diplomatic skills. Able to facilitate multiple competing priorities and divergent viewpoints, with attention to detail.
  • Excellent follow through skills with record of responding to constituents in a timely way. A positive thinker with inclusive and collaborative management style. A calculated risk taker and strategic thinker.
  • Excellent presentation, negotiation, verbal and written communication skills. Communicates information clearly and succinctly. Ability to sell a point in a non-polarizing manner. Effective social skills.
  • Trustworthy, with the ability to readily engender confidence and trust. Possesses instinct to be politically astute, yet not political. Possesses talent to influence people positively, be a catalyst for progress, to make a decisive impact.
  • Proven improvements in student success measures in divisions under his/her authority.
Please apply online using the link below:
http://careers.solacc.edu/postings/804

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