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President (Evergreen Valley College) 

Company

Evergreen Valley College

Location

San Jose, CA

Job Description

President (Evergreen Valley College)  

Does this position accept online applications? Yes 

Opportunity Type: ACADEMIC MANAGEMENT OPPORTUNITY

San Jose/Evergreen Community College District Values

"OPPORTUNITY. EQUITY. SOCIAL JUSTICE." 

Posting Date: 02-14-2011 

Closing Date: 03-31-2011

Posting Number: 0010239 

Work Location: Evergreen Valley College 

Division: President's Office 

Position status: Full-time 

Academic Position Type: Management 

Academic Position Term: Regular 100% FTE 12-Months per year 

Salary Range: $167,318 - $188,221 (Range M35, Annual Salary Schedule for Fiscal Year 2008-2009 Management Positions)

Salary, benefits, length of contract and other terms and conditions of employment will be competitive and negotiable. Mutual agreement will be made on the terms of employment and the start date. 

Benefits Available:

Medical, dental, vision, life insurance, income protection and retirement. Management positions include 20 vacation days, 17 holidays and 6 administrative leave days per year. 

Employment Start Date: July 2011 

Position Summary

This is a full-time, 12 months per year, academic management position. 

Duties and Responsibilities:

The next president will lead the college and address the following:

MODEL PROFILE

1. Provide leadership to a college dedicated to addressing the needs and rights of a highly diverse, urban community

2. Demonstrate success as a collaborative, visible, and decisive leader who makes informed decisions using sound data, fosters cohesiveness, and rallies the college around shared directions and priorities

3. Champion an institutional commitment to student equity of access and outcomes and to social justice

4. Articulate a vision for the college that defines emerging needs and trends, lead a strategic planning process that guides new programs and services, and bring a global view and perspective to college-wide discussions and priorities

5. Demonstrate experience in college accreditation and statewide initiatives

6. Implement innovative programs and services to address the growing educational requirements of an increasing number of students entering the college with developmental needs

7. Provide leadership for a significant number of capital construction and renovation projects

8. Provide fiscally responsible leadership to manage the campus with a limited budget in a challenging fiscal environment

9. Increase the visibility of the college in the City of San José and in Silicon Valley

10. Develop and increase partnerships with K-12, other higher education institutions, business and industry, and the community

11. Increase degree completion rates and improve academic programs and support services to prepare higher numbers of successful transfer students to four- year colleges and universities

12. Expand the college's analysis of data to make informed institutional decisions

13. Interpret program and course data to make qualified enrollment management decisions

14. Integrate institutional priorities, program review, enrollment management, and budgeting in the shared governance strategic planning process

15. Show demonstrated success in workforce development, career programs, and transfer

16. Have a record as a successful fundraiser   

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

IDEAL CHARACTERISTICS

1. An administrator who has experience in a union environment and who promotes good labor relationships at the college

2. A self-confident, inspirational leader who will be actively involved in the life of the institution, build trust, understand both academic and student affairs, and work collaboratively to establish the direction for the college

3. A leader with a demonstrated history in the development of innovative programs and services designed to promote student success and meet the needs of a highly diverse student population

4. An individual with demonstrated successful experience in narrowing achievement gaps within a diverse student population

5. An individual with a demonstrated commitment to achieving social justice

6. An educator and scholar who inspires intellectual curiosity and academic integrity at all levels of the institution

7 An effective communicator who supports and respects the work of all employees

8. An individual who understands and appreciates the role of a college president in a multi-college district   

Minimum Qualifications:

REQUIRED QUALIFICAITONS

1. Master's degree from an accredited institution, doctorate preferred

2. At least three years of progressive and successful senior administrative experience in education, higher education preferred

3. At least three years of experience working primarily and directly with students

4. Demonstrated competence, knowledge, sensitivity, and ability to provide leadership in a complex educational environment with students from diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, ability, and ethnic backgrounds

5. Effective leadership experience working with historically underrepresented and underserved groups, and groups who may have experienced discrimination

6. Demonstrated success integrating diversity into at least three of the major areas including supervision, evaluation, recruitment, hiring, student services, program and/or curriculum development, staff development, policies and practices 

For information and to apply, visit <a href="http://apptrkr.com/180314">https://jobs.sjeccd.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=50960</a>

SJECCD seeks applications from all qualified individuals. It is the continuing goal of the District to hire and retain faculty and staff that reflects the rich diversity and cultural heritage of the District and its student body.

Reasonable accommodations will be provided for applicants with disabilities who self-disclose. Contact: 408-375-2768 at least 3 days in advance.

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2/28/2011 12:00 AM
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