The Regional Board of Trustees of Corning Community College (CCC) invites applications and nominations for the position of President. The search will begin immediately and continue until an appointment is made.
If you are an experienced community college executive with substantial leadership skills who can collaboratively build on CCC's solid foundation and achieve long term institutional sustainability, then here is an opportunity for you. CCC is a remarkable college of medium size with well qualified faculty, staff, and administrators dedicated to student success and the College mission. It has a significant presence in the community with a well deserved reputation for quality. The 302 full-time employees emphasize high standards, availability to students, and promote intellectual and personal growth.
Corning Community College is located in the scenic Southern Tier region of New York. This is the heart of the Finger Lakes Wine Country with exceptional vistas throughout the four seasons. The city of Corning must be one of the “biggest and most cosmopolitan” small towns in America and is easily accessible to major metropolitan cities. It is the artistic glass capital of North America and home to the Corning Museum of Glass and the Rockwell Museum of Western Art. Residents of the area are fortunate to have excellent restaurants, shops, schools, hospitals, theaters, an orchestra, the Clemens Center for Performing Arts, and many other cultural and social activities.
The College, part of the SUNY system, was founded in 1957, is governed by 14 board members, and currently enrolls 5,671 students on its main campus, four centers, and several off campus sites. CCC offers associate degrees, certificate programs, and an extensive range of
cultural, educational, workforce development, and social programs for and with the community. Its budget is $31 million and it recently completed a $12 million major gifts campaign.
Please see the position Profile at www.academic-search.com or www.corning-cc.edu.
Applications and nominations will be treated confidentially and must be sent electronically in MS Word or PDF format to:
Applications should include an up-to-date resume and a three to five page application letter specifically addressing the applicant's background in relation to the challenges, opportunities, characteristics, and qualifications described in the position Profile. The search committee will begin reviewing applications the week of Oct 3rd. To ensure consideration, application materials should be electronically received by Oct 8, 2010.
This search is assisted by:
Dr. Robert Parilla, Senior Consultant
Academic Search, Inc.
email@example.com or 301. 518. 2071
Corning Community College is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer