Pima Community College District
Campus President - Three Opportunities
Pima Community College invites nominations and applications for three campus presidents: one at Community Campus; one at the Downtown Campus; and, one at Northwest Campus.
Campus Presidents serve as the Chief Executive Officer of a campus and report directly to the Chancellor of the College. Campus Presidents provide executive-level vision, innovative academic leadership and direction for a campus including student success programs, instructional programs, student development, student learning outcomes and resource allocation.
Campus Presidents are expected to uphold and contribute to the Chancellor’s Goals, Objectives and Timelines.
Goal 1 – Successfully complete and submit all reports needed for reaccreditation under the Higher Learning Commission.
Goal 2 – Improve and strengthen the level of constructive employee engagement College-wide.
Goal 3 - Restore professionalism and confidence in the leadership and governance of the College
Goal 4 - Increase the level of community engagement by the Board of Governors, the Chancellor and the administrative leadership team within Tucson and Pima County, the state of Arizona and nationally.
Goal 5 - Improve the operational effectiveness of the College guided by data informed and evidence based decisions.
For further information regarding these goals, please see <a href="http://www.pima.edu/about-pima/our-chancellor/docs/chancellors-goals-2013-2014.pdf">http://www.pima.edu/about-pima/our-chancellor/docs/chancellors-goals-2013-2014.pdf</a>
Ideal candidates will be accomplished educational leaders with experience demonstrated in the following leadership competencies: open and honest communication, fair, reasonable and consistent policies, procedures, practices and processes, informed decision-making and planning, accountability, leadership and management. In addition, Campus Presidents are responsible for student success programs and initiatives, institutional effectiveness initiatives, building community support and partnership collaborations, long-range and strategic planning, student outcomes assessment, fiscal responsibility, facilities planning, fund-raising and program review. Presidents are expected to serve on local, state, and national boards and commissions.
These positions offer the opportunity to provide leadership in the College’s efforts to reaffirm accreditation with the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association. Strong problem solvers, who are highly strategic, will be best suited for these leadership positions. These are terrific opportunities to positively affect change on these three campuses and the entire district.
Leaders who make well thought-out and data-driven curricular, programmatic, and personnel decisions are necessary for the success of the College. A strong appreciation or foundation in community colleges is important to the positions. Informative and respectful communication practices are critical to the success of these leaders.
Duties and Responsibilities
• Provide strong leadership and oversight of campus offerings and services to ensure successful attainment of student success strategies and the Chancellor’s goals.
• Provide leadership in developing strategic objectives, organizational wide policies and procedures.
• Create and maintain relationships or partnerships with the community and outside agencies for innovative program development, effective implementation and meaningful evaluation.
• Provide state-of-the-art opportunities to students to create a quality future for themselves, their families and for their chosen communities.
• Champion student success.
• Lead the campus in meeting the challenges of the quickly evolving higher education environment including globalization and Massive Open Online Courses.
• Provide leadership in securing alternative funding and maximizing existing resources including space utilization.
• Provide administrative direction and supervision to faculty, staff and administrative personnel.
• Administer campus budget, expenditures and projections.
• Represent the College on local, state, and national committees and boards.
• Make a variety of public presentations on a wide array of topics.
• Engage in a program of professional improvement in order to remain current in area of responsibility.
• Master's degree in a related field (A Doctorate degree is preferred);
• Progressively responsible and successful experience in higher education as an administrator or comparable leadership experience in a complex setting;
• Demonstrated knowledge and leadership experience in student success programs, the accreditation process, strategic planning, curriculum and instruction, community relations, program development, student retention, enrollment management, fiscal management and facilities planning;
• Ability to lead as a skilled and effective decision maker and a person of known integrity, sound judgment and wise stewardship;
• Strong leadership skills necessary to manage a complex organization and to work effectively with colleagues throughout the College;
• Values existing partnerships and seeks opportunities to build lasting relationships with community, business and educational leaders;
• Demonstrated experience advancing diversity and inclusion.
Posting Number: 14A3Presidents
Salary: $152,996 - $198,600
First Review: 3/10/14
For more information and to apply, visit https://pima.peopleadmin.com/postings/3767.