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North Country Community College (NCCC) seeks confidential expressions of interest and nominations for the newly created position of Vice President of Marketing and Enrollment (VPM&E). The successful candidate will have a unique combination of experience in marketing and enrollment management in higher education, possess the ability to lead and inspire a team and work collaboratively with members of the college community.
Sponsored by Essex and Franklin counties, NCCC was founded in 1967 to provide public post-secondary educational opportunities and services within its 3,500 square mile service area. The College is one of 64 public higher education institutions that is part of the State University of New York (SUNY). NCCC has three campuses, which are located in Saranac Lake, Malone, and Ticonderoga, in Essex and Franklin Counties in Northern New York State. This allows the College to better serve the students of these geographically dispersed populations. NCCC has the largest service district of any New York State community college and the lowest population (90,000). The Malone and Ticonderoga campuses are a two-and-a-half-hour drive from each other.
The College has twenty-degree programs ranging from business to nursing, from criminal justice to human services. Over 50 Percent of students are enrolled in a career and technical education program and roughly the same number transfer to a baccalaureate program following completion of their studies here.
The successful candidate will have the opportunity to:
- Oversee the planning, development, distribution and analysis of NCCC’s enrollment strategy for all areas of the College (three campuses, and online degree programs)
- Work with senior leaders, educators and stakeholders to establish brand and messaging strategy, and then oversee the execution and distribution through integrated marketing and communications program implementation
- Utilize segmentation, data analysis and business intelligence tools to measure and adjust marketing and communication efforts to drive awareness, build brand affinity and activate admission targets for college degree programs and events and ultimately optimize enrollment for both open access and competitive programs for students, residential, commuter and on-line
- Co-lead with the Director of Communications institutional marketing efforts that include design services, web strategy and content creation to maximize strategic enrollment efforts
- Ensures that recruitment and retention marketing materials ensure consistency through all communication channels and generate forward-thinking ideas to build and maintain a robust digital, media, print and public relations presence and to effectively tell the North Country Community College story to diverse audiences we seek to attract to the Adirondack Park region
Dutchess Community College(DCC) invites applications and nominations for the Vice President of Administration. Reporting directly to the President and serving as an integral member of the senior leadership team, the Vice President of Administration (VPA) will play a significant role as a collaborative leader and strategic partner in shaping the future of DCC.
As one of the most highly regarded community colleges in the State University of New York system, DCC is located on 130 acres in the Town of Poughkeepsie, in the scenic and historic mid-Hudson Valley. Founded in 1957, DCC serves as the community college for both Dutchess and Putnam and draws students from surrounding counties and beyond. A satellite site, in the town of Wappingers Falls, provides additional access to those at the southern end of the county.
It is one of the largest employers in Dutchess County and plays a vital role in local economic development and the community’s cultural and social environment. The College offers more than 50 academic programs. A.A. and A.S. programs designed for transfer comprise the majority of offerings, with A.A.S. and certificate programs providing additional options for those who wish to enter the workforce after graduation.
The DCC main campus is situated on a hill and is sprawling and picturesque. Impressive landscaping and a $2.6 million collection of artwork – including large-scale outdoor sculptures – create an enriching environment for students, faculty, staff and visitors. Eleven principal buildings comprise the College facilities.
The most recent addition to the campus is Conklin Hall, a 465-bed, suite-style residence hall owned and operated by the DCC Association and located at the north end of campus. Other building on campus include halls for classrooms and laboratories, state of the art science, mathematics and art classrooms, administrative offices, cafeteria, athletics, library, a student service center, a center for business and industry, and a day care center.
The successful candidate will welcome the opportunity to join a culture that is both collaborative and consensus driven and one in which the ability to forge strong working relationships and partnerships across divisions is particularly valued. Primary responsibilities include oversight of strategic financial planning and analysis of resource use and development; partnering in budget planning and oversight of budget implementation; student financial services; risk management; accounting, procurement, and business services; internal audit; facilities planning, construction, and operations; human resource services and employee relations; institutional technology; and environmental health and safety services.
Grand Canyon University seeks applications and nominations for an outstanding Associate Dean of Engineering to join a rapidly growing College of Science, Engineering and Technology. Reporting to the Dean of the College, Dr. Mark Wooden, the Associate Dean will play a pivotal role in fostering this growth, achieving initial ABET accreditation, and developing relationships with industry partners. This is an exciting opportunity to make a significant impact on a program with enormous potential.
Arizona’s premier private nonprofit, Christian University, Grand Canyon University (GCU) is located in West Phoenix and today serves more than 90,000students on the ground and online. Since 2009, GCU has invested over $1 billion in growing the campus with new facilities, residence halls, amenities and technology infrastructure. Program offerings continue to expand as well, including in the high-demand STEM areas of engineering, computer science, computer programming and information technology. In 2018, GCU celebrated a transition back to a nonprofit status, returning to its historical roots and continuing a rich legacy operating as a nonprofit institution. The University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and offers a rich mix of morethan 200 academic programs, including 150online academic programs, across nine collegesto approximately 20,500ground students and over 70,000 onlinestudents.
The College of Science, Engineering and Technology prepares students for in-demand STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) jobs by offering specialized academic programs in collaboration with industry experts and aligned with GCU’s Christian worldview. Over 255,000 total square feet of dedicated STEM learning space, an 84,105-square-foot STEM building opened in fall 2015, followed by a second newly constructed 173,447-square-foot engineering building with labs, workshops and cutting-edge equipment.
The GCU community seeks an entrepreneurial leader with strong academic credentials and understanding of higher education at both the undergraduate and graduate level. He or she will have a robust background in industry, able to make connections and build relationships with industry partners to scale with the rapid growth anticipated in the program. In addition, he or she will be collaborative, organized, approachable, a leader of faculty with a vision for the Engineering Programs and ideas for growth, and the ability to execute on those ideas.
San Jose State University invites nominations and applications for the Associate Vice President, Facilities Development and Operations.
Founded in 1857, San José State University (SJSU) is a major, comprehensive public university located in the center of San José, California – the heart of Silicon Valley. A member of the 23-campus California State University (CSU) System, SJSU is the oldest state university in California and fifth largest campus in the system. Its distinctive character has been forged by its long history, its location and its vision – a blend of the old and the new; the traditional and the innovative. Among its most prized traditions is an uncompromising commitment to offer access to higher education to all persons who meet the criteria for admission, and to provide for and support a faculty that is active in scholarship, research, technological innovation, community service and the arts.
Reporting to the Vice President for Administration and Finance/CFO, the Associate Vice President (AVP) for Facilities Development & Operations is the principal facilities administrator at the University. The AVP is responsible for leading and directing the operational and developmental planning of all campus facilities to support the academic mission of the University.
The AVP provides vision and leadership for Facilities Development and Operations, which includes the following departments: Planning, Design and Construction, Maintenance and Operations, Environmental Health and Safety, as well as the Financial and Administrative Services unit that supports the needs of the department. The AVP is responsible for the successful operation, maintenance and development of the University physical plant, and will play a key role in establishing and directing the strategic goals of the department and will ensure operational objectives are achieved. The AVP plays a significant role in creating the campus master plan and the five-year capital outlay program, and will engage collaboratively with campus administration and the campus community to provide superior customer-focused services while advancing the University’s goals.
South Central College invites applications and nominations for the Dean of Liberal Arts and Sciences. As the region’s leading institution for transitioning individuals into the college environment, educating students for technical careers, and building student capacity for future study through inclusive student-centered programs and services, the college is a committed partner in the regional economy, helping individuals and organizations compete in the global marketplace. In addition, SCC’s Center for Business and Industry provides businesses and professionals with customized training and continuing education opportunities.
South Central College, a comprehensive technical and community college with campuses in North Mankato and Faribault, Minnesota, seeks qualified applicants and nominations for the Dean of Liberal Arts & Sciences (LAS). The Dean of LAS will report to the Vice President for Student and Academic Affairs and will serve as a member of the Deans Council and College management teams. The Dean of LAS is a front-line leader of the College and serves as the academic leader and representative of faculty within the LAS division, provides instructional management and strategic leadership for the division, represents the college in the community, and seeks additional resources to help support the LAS division and College.
SCC, a member of the Minnesota State System and accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, awards certificates, diplomas, and associate degrees. The College serves nearly 5,000 students (50% full-time, 47% female, 20% students of color). Both campuses are in the heart of southern Minnesota with excellent schools, abundant health care, and many cultural and recreational opportunities.
The Dean of Liberal Arts and Sciences (LAS) will work with, support and lead a talented, independent, and relatively new faculty with expertise in a wide range of LAS disciplines as well as some short-term workforce programs. SCC added liberal arts and transfer preparation programming in 2005 and the College is primed for the development of a clear, unified and collegial vision to guide LAS.
South Central College, a comprehensive technical and community college with beautiful, well-maintained campuses in North Mankato and Faribault, Minnesota, seeks qualified applicants for the position of Associate Vice President for Effective Teaching and Learning (AVP-ETL). The College seeks an experienced and innovative leader who has the appetite and skills to create a new vision for the office. Reporting to the Vice President for Student and Academic Affairs, the AVP-ETL will provide leadership for the Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence, which includes support operations for curriculum and faculty development, instructional technology, learning management, and assessment.
SCC, a member of the Minnesota State System and accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, awards certificates, diplomas, and associate degrees. The College serves just under 5000 students (50% full-time, 47% female, 20% students of color). Both campuses are in the heart of southern Minnesota with excellent schools, abundant health care, and many cultural and recreational opportunities.
The position of AVP-ETL reflects the institution’s commitment to serve faculty and students more effectively by developing the Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence as a leading enterprise for the practice and scholarship of teaching and learning by fostering engagement, innovation, and student success through application of best practices.