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Campus President - South Campus

Company

Tarrant County College District

Location

South Campus

Job Description

The president serves as the chief executive officer of the campus and provides leadership to an innovative, collaborative, dynamic, diverse learning community, one focused on student-success and data-driven decision making. This position reports to the vice chancellor for academic affairs.  The president is responsible for all campus academic, technical, continuing education programs, and campus-based student support services.

 

Essential duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to:

 

§  Serves as a member of the Chancellor’s Executive Leadership Team in its initiatives, strategic commitment, and collaboration to achieve the objectives of the College’s Vision 2015 Plan, as well as providing campus leadership in the Achieving the Dream initiative.

 

§  Confers with the vice chancellor for academic affairs to plan and initiate programs concerning organizational, operational, and academic functions of the campus, and their execution to create a learner-centered environment that involves student success, student recruitment and retention, diversity, technology, and innovative academic and technical programs.

 

§  Cultivates and sustains external relationships and partnerships with the business, government, and community leaders and organizations.

 

§  Coordinates with the vice chancellor for academic affairs regarding all campus-based teaching and learning functions, including staffing of faculty positions; promoting and supporting instructional innovation initiatives; implementing the Vision 2015 strategic goals and objectives; developing the semester course master schedule; developing the annual curriculum; reviewing of instruction and academic programs; developing the annual faculty tenure, promotion and rank review recommendations; campus-based student development services such as learning/library resources, counseling, and health services. 

 

§  Confers with the vice chancellor for academic affairs to plan and develop initiatives supporting the goals and educational programs of the College District, including college transfer, vocational/technical, continuing education, workforce, and corporate training.

 

§  Confers and coordinates with the vice chancellor for student success to plan and develop initiatives supporting the strategic goals and student success programs of the College District, including all campus-based student development and success programs.

 

§  Develops and maintains a campus climate that encourages the employment, development, and retention of competent personnel who reflect the diversity of the campus student body and fosters a high level of employee morale.

 

§  Sets and demonstrates exceptional personal standards of efficiency and cares for others as well as preferred traits of professional conduct, including honesty, integrity, dependability, flexibility, and sound judgment.  

 

§  Keeps the chancellor and vice chancellor for academic affairs apprised and aware of important activities and events in the areas under the supervision of the office.

 

§  Maintains appropriate control and oversight for all financial and budgetary matters for the support of campus personnel and operations.

 

§  Plans for campus program expansion, development, and organization in all areas to enhance the teaching and learning of all students.

 

§  Administers fiscal and physical planning activities such as the development of budget and building expansion programs, and recommends their adoption.

 

§  Coordinates with the vice chancellor for financial services regarding campus activities, duties, and responsibilities of the associate director of business services and for the maintenance and operation of the college plant, its bookstore, and food service.

 

 

The successful candidate for the position will hold an earned doctorate from an accredited institution of higher education and a minimum of five years of proven, successful administrative experience, preferably at the executive level.  Experience in a multi-campus community college is desirable.  The position offers  a highly competitive salary and excellent fringe benefits.

 

For more information, please visit www.TCCD.edu.  To be considered for this position you must apply directly to our job opportunity site at http://jobs.tccd.edu.

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Full-Time

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Executive Vice Chancellor/President

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South Campus

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Commensurate with education and experience

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Graduate Degree

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5.00

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Dr. Ricardo Coronado, Associate Vice Chancellor of Human Resources

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817-515-5234

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