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Other Administrative Position
Noncredit Faculty Instructor     Posted Monday, May 20, 2019
 

NONCREDIT FACULTY INSTRUCTOR

Full-Time Tenure Track Faculty Position

Review Date: June 11, 2019

Job Link: http://50.73.55.13/counter.php?id=161292

College of the Canyons is seeking a faculty leader with occupational and educational experience. This is a 10-MONTH professional, full-time tenure track position beginning Fall 2019. The position may include a combination of teaching, department, college, and community leadership functions. Assignment may include day, evening, and weekend duties at all District sites.

Duties of the Position: 

• Leads and coordinates offerings for the noncredit programs to promote equitable noncredit student success.

• Teaches primarily noncredit courses for which the candidate meets minimum qualifications and according to approved curriculum course outlines.

• Supports development and provides leadership in the growth, maintenance, and organization of short-term vocational and workforce preparation noncredit curriculum and programs.

• In collaboration with the Public Information Office and/or external

marketing agencies, promotes noncredit courses and programs to the community.. 

Creates, facilitates, and leads professional development opportunities for faculty members looking to develop new noncredit programs

• Maintains current, accurate records of course enrollment, student academic progress, and reports student progress in a timely manner.

• Assists in the development of the noncredit course schedule, hiring of noncredit adjunct faculty, and staffing of noncredit courses.

• Participates in Student Learning Outcome assessments, institutional planning, and accreditation.

• Maintains professional and ethical academic standards.

• Maintains office hours and participates in department, division, and college committees and governance.

• Participates in and implements departmental and college program reviews.

• Participates in additional faculty responsibilities, including college decision-making activities related to professional and academic matters. The activities will occur both within the department as well as in the larger College setting.

• Collaborates effectively with community and offsite partners, program advisory boards, local and state agencies.

• Teaches a schedule that may include late afternoon and/or evening and weekend assignments, which may be primarily held at off-campus locations.

Performs other duties as assigned.

• Faculty members carry out their professional responsibilities by participating in the college decision-making activities related to academic and professional matters via meetings, by participating on project teams, by engaging in ongoing and meaningful professional development, and by providing support to students on a one-to-one and small group basis at regularly scheduled times.

In addition to professional expertise in teaching within the discipline, applicants should possess the following abilities and attitudes that have been identified as important to successful performance in the position

Minimum Qualifications: 

• Bachelor’s degree; and two years of occupational experience related to the subject of the course taught   OR

• Associate degree; and six years of occupational experience related to the subject of the course taught.

Required licenses/certifications: NONE

Please copy and paste below link to browser for further details and complete job announcement: 

http://50.73.55.13/counter.php?id=161292

Application Process:  Application materials must be submitted by the end of the day in the Human Resources Offices on June 11, 2019. Applicants are encouraged to complete their application online. Please visit our website at http://www.canyons.edu/Offices/HumanResources.

If you require assistance, please call the Human Resources Office at (661)362-3427 or our TTY Line at (661)362-5178.  Applicants may check the status of their application online and may expect to be notified within approximately 4 weeks following the review date as to the status of their application.

The Santa Clarita Community College District does not discriminate on the basis of race, religious creed, color, ethnic or national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, uniformed service member status, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, marital status, sex, pregnancy, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other protected basis under the law. 

Applicants who have disabilities who need accommodation in order to complete the selection process should contact the Human Resources office directly at (661) 362-3427.

Contact:

http://50.73.55.13/counter.php?id=137069 College of the Canyons

San Francisco Community College District
Financial Aid and Special Programs Administrator  
  Posted Friday, May 17, 2019
 

 

SAN FRANCISCO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT


Posting Number:
AD00010P

Position Title:
Financial Aid and Special Programs Administrator

Job Type:
Administrative - Classified

Job Duties
1. Assist the Dean in planning and implementing policies and procedures that govern the day-to-day operations of the Financial Aid Office and Educational Centers. Assist with updates to Financial Aid policies and procedures for all federal, state and institutional programs.

2. Assist the Dean with interpretation and implementation of State and Federal regulations, Financial Aid/Business Office and College policies and procedures as they apply to student financial aid.

3. Acts as a liaison to the various college departments and outside agencies involving the Financial Aid Office, e.g. Business Office, ITS, U.S. Department of Education, The California Student Aid Commission, etc. Such liaison will assure the accuracy of financial aid awards and records, the proper scheduling of disbursements, the preparation of a financial aid procedures manual in accordance with Federal and State guidelines, etc. The Financial Aid Manager is expected to facilitate/resolve student issues which many arise in any of the functions/areas of the office.

4. Have thorough knowledge of applicable laws and regulations regarding, but not limited to: Title IV and Title 5 administration of student financial aid programs.

5. Supervise, train, evaluates, and provides work direction and guidance to assigned staff.

6. Supervise the Scholarship Office and Student Employment Office.

7. Presents and participates in training provided for offices and programs that regularly interact with Financial Aid, Scholarships Office and Student Employment Office. Provide training and technical support, as well as prepare training material, and procedure manuals.

8. Performs responsible office work involving the exercise of considerable independent judgment decision making. Plan, organizes, leads and/or participates in complex, sensitive, and detailed work in the Financial Aid Office. Assist the Dean with strategic planning, business planning, and other initiatives related to the operations.

9. Assists in compliance standards for federal and state financial aid programs; ensures conformance to federal, state, and District policies, procedures and regulations.

10. Assists in the preparation and submission of statistical and electronic data related to financial aid such as but not limited to: IPEDS, State MIS, FISAP, reconciliations, NSLDS, Office of Inspector General Office, etc.

11. Coordinate the development of published consumer information.

12. Assist with outreach activities and dissemination of financial aid information to the campus community as appropriate; coordinate financial aid orientations and workshops to constituents.

13. Participate in budget preparation and administration of student financial aid programs, prepare cost estimates for budget recommendation, submit justifications for expenditures, and monitor and control expenditures. Monitors the expenditures of the Federal Work Study Program, Federal Supplemental opportunity Grant, and Cal Grants and provides detailed expenditure reports to the Dean. Inform Dean of possible consequences when approaching the maximum fund limits.

14. Advises students in matters related to financial aid, scholarships and grants, including explanation of application procedures, regulations and policies. Recommends solutions to efficiently resolve problems that may occur during the working day as it pertains to Financial Aid operations.

15. Assist the Dean in preparing and facilitating the annual Financial Aid audit.

16. Coordinate the financial aid application and award process with other departments and employees to help further student retention and success.

17. Represent the college at professional and community organizations; participate on related professional conferences and in-service activities; participate in college activities and committee.

18. Responsible for the preparation, and submittal of the annual area program review.

19. Strong organizational skills. Ability to meet schedules and timelines. Analyze situations accurately and adopts an effective course of action

20. Actively participates in implementing new technology, updates procedures/training manual and evaluate outcomes.

21. Assume duties of the Dean during his/her absence

22. Other duties as assigned

To apply, please visit our website at https://jobs.ccsf.edu/postings/3995

It is the policy of the City College of San Francisco to provide all persons with equal employment and educational opportunities regardless of race, color, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, religion, age, gender, marital status, domestic partner status, sexual orientation, disability or AIDS/HIV status, medical conditions, gender identity, or status as a Vietnam-Era veteran. These categories specifically include status as a lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or questioning person in any District program or activity. For further information, contact the Title 5/EEO/ADA Compliance Office, at (415) 452-5053.

Contact:

Human Resources
San Francisco Community College District
CA

Director
Rancho Santiago Community College District
Director, Academic and End User Support Services  
  Posted Friday, May 17, 2019
 


Position
Director, Academic and End User Support Services #CL19-1279

Information Technology Services/Santa Ana College

Salary
2018-2019 Management Salary Schedule
Grade D $116,861.11 - $121,542.42 - $127,619.54 - $134,000.52 - $140,700.55 - $147,735.57 - $155,122.35 - $162,878.47/year

Benefits
The District provides excellent medical and dental coverage and life insurance of a minimum of $50,000 or a maximum not to exceed the annual salary of the employee. Holidays, sick days, and vacation are earned in accordance with the Administrative Handbook. Payroll deductions include the California Public Employees' Retirement System and Social Security.

Starting Date: As soon as possible after the offer of employment.
Deadline to Apply: Monday, June 3, 2019, 5:00 PM

CLASS SUMMARY
Under general direction, manages and coordinates technology support services for multiplatform college end user computing, academic programs, classrooms, instructional labs and office locations; provides support to staff, faculty and administration; supervises Technical Specialist and other support staff; manages the planning, analysis, design, modification, testing, implementation, and operation of end user and instructional computing technology applications, hardware and systems; assumes and performs related duties and responsibilities as required.

REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES
Ensures staff provides thorough and efficient IT support for campus academic and end user computing technologies via phone, email, remotely or in person; assigns, trains, evaluates and supervises staff; schedules and assures the maintenance and support of multiplatform desktop and mobile computers, printers, tablets, software, instructional servers and equipment to maintain proper operation; organizes work schedules to meet project timelines; ensures documentation is regularly updated, including timely and thorough notes in ITS helpdesk tickets; tracks requests, incidents, issue resolution and trends; drives operational excellence and standards; performs first and second level support for district Infrastructure and Enterprise Applications and partners with district ITS teams for delivery of third level support; ensures that proper escalation paths are followed by staff that are in line with documented procedures; maintains accurate hardware inventory to help guide computer replacement plan; coordinates with ITS Helpdesk team to ensure timely incident resolution and appropriate work allocation; collaborates with Media Systems staff to provide IT support to audio visual systems; works with faculty and administration to define projects and establish priorities; analyzes the impact of academic and administrative policy and procedures changes on instructional and end user computing technology; researches application of new technology for academic programs; works in partnership with ITS management to develop and enforce department standard operating procedures; ensures an outstanding level of customer service and high quality technical knowledge; assists in preparing instructional and end user computing technology operating plans; manages projects to meet budget and schedule objectives.

ORGANIZATIONAL RELATIONSHIPS
This position reports to the Assistant Vice Chancellor of Information Technology Services.

REQUIREMENTS
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Training and Experience: Bachelor's degree in computer technology or equivalent and 5 years of experience in a supervisory capacity in a technology services environment or equivalent leadership experience and 5 years of experience providing end user support in an IT Help Desk or Service Desk environment.

DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS
Knowledge and Abilities: Knowledge of end user and instructional computing technology planning, analysis, design, modification, testing, implementation, and operation. Understanding of server and desktop technology, automated software distribution and deployment of large-scale desktop image rollouts; information technology security standards and requirements, trends and tools; multimedia, audio visual and data communications concepts, methods, and techniques; systems administrator basic foundational knowledge. Ability to manage a technical team that supports desktop and mobile computers, printers, tablets, software, servers, printers and copiers; use and administer a help desk ticketing system; develop and implement standard operating procedures and resolve large scale technical issues related to hardware and software. Ability to: provide excellent customer service; plan, organize and execute projects; prioritize and distribute a high volume of work assignments, and optimize use and skills of staff; support an environment of 2000+ devices; stay current on cutting edge computer hardware and software as well as identifying, researching, evaluating, and implementing new end user and instructional computing technology; establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff, faculty, administration, peers clients and vendors. Ability to explain technical concepts to non-technical users; determine the root cause of issues and take corrective actions to prevent recurrence; analyze and recommend process improvements. Demonstrated competence in interpreting hardware and software documentation, as well as skillful, accurate, and articulate preparation of reports and data. Exhibit proficiency in clear and concise verbal and written communication.

Physical Requirements: Ability to use a computer workstation throughout the workday.

Selection Criteria
Application Screening

In addition to the requirements and responsibilities listed, the following criteria will be considered in selecting candidates for
interviews:
• Educational experience-breadth and depth
• Work experience-breadth and depth
• Demonstrated leadership capabilities
• Program development
• Community involvement
• Demonstrated experience working with a diverse socioeconomic community
• Demonstrated ability to work cooperatively with others

Based upon the information presented on the application materials, a limited number of candidates with qualifications most pertinent to the position will be invited to participate in the selection process, which may include a written test and oral interview.

Interview
Applicants selected for an interview may be required to take additional tests or assessments and will be notified of such prior to the date of the interview. During the oral session, those selected for interviews will, in addition to the above, also be evaluated on the following factors:
• Oral communication skills
• Presentation
• Problem solving skills
• Successful performance demonstration
• Writing skills/demonstration

A predetermined set of questions will be asked of all applicants interviewed. Applicants are requested to provide thorough yet concise information on their related experience to ensure correct evaluation of their qualifications. Evaluation criteria will be applied consistently to all applicants.

Method of Application
For consideration in the selection process, interested persons must complete the RSCCD application and upload all required documents online at http://www.rsccd.edu/employment/Pages/Employment.aspx by the specified closing date for the position. If you do not have a computer, there is a computer which can only access RSCCD employment website and scanner to upload application materials/documents (no USB) available at the Human Resources Department, 2323 North Broadway, Santa Ana, California, 92706, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday - Friday.

Please upload the following application materials in the appropriate boxes with your online application by the closing date:
• Resume (Required)
• Cover Letter (Required)
• Unofficial transcripts showing that the minimum qualifications are met (Optional)
• Any additional supplemental materials (Optional)

Pre-Employment Requirements
Candidates selected for employment will be required to provide current verification of a negative TB test or chest x-ray, complete the district's fingerprinting process, and bring proof of their legal right to work in the United States. Cost of TB testing, fingerprinting and the fee for criminal records check will be paid for by the candidates.

The Rancho Santiago Community College District is an equal employment opportunity employer and prohibits discrimination and harassment based on ethnic group identification, national origin, religion, age, sex, race, color, ancestry, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, gender identity, medical condition (cancer-related or genetic characteristics), marital status, citizenship, or service in the uniformed services, or on the basis of these perceived characteristics or based on association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics. The District will make reasonable accommodations for applicants with disabilities. Applicant should contact the Human Resources Department for assistance.

To apply, visit: https://www.rsccd.edu/employment/Pages/Employment.aspx

Contact:

Human Resources
Rancho Santiago Community College District
CA

Dean - other
Associate Dean, Student Life     Posted Thursday, May 16, 2019
 

Associate Dean, Student Life

Salary: $135,301 - $156,851

Deadline: Friday, June 14, 2019

Please click here to review the detailed job bulletin:

Position Profile 

Under direction of the Vice President of Student Affairs, works in collaboration with area faculty and staff to monitor and assist with all programs in the Student Life area.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

• Oversee the overall operation of the Student Life office.

• Supervise and approve all student activities as necessary.

• Review and determine issuance of permits for student activities venues.

• Serve as the advisor to the Associated Students (AS) Board of Directors, Activity Committee, Finance Committee, Joint Council, and the Constitution Committee, and attend meetings of the Board and Committees. 

• Provide daily supervision to the AS Board of Directors and Commissioners.

• Supervise the spring AS elections.

• Approve all AS expenditures and monitor the AS annual budget and other categorical budgets.

• Attend, and provide supervision, to AS Board of Directors and Commissioners field trips, on campus activities, and off campus activities.

• Plan and maintain a program of leadership development for student leaders.

• Oversee and monitor the Associated Students Website and Social media platforms –including but not limited to, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, announcements for distribution, and smart phone applications.

• Build a mentoring relationship with students and student leaders.

• Advise and consult with the District's Administration on campus life matters and activities.

• Assist in the coordination of services and resources related to Student-Social Justice needs on campus. These include food insecurities, gender equity, homelessness, legal resources, and resources for other marginalized student populations.

• Exercise good judgment in identifying and preventing liability situations, including but not limited to those pertaining to District policies and regulations, and communicate liability concerns to the District as appropriate.

• Oversee the Faculty Club Advisor training, orientation, and yearly activities.

• Coordinate and monitor the SMC Civic Engagement Program to include identifying volunteer opportunities for SMC students and student clubs, tracking volunteer hours, and organizing recognition related activities for program participants.

• Represent SMC District at local and state meetings pertinent to assignment, and serve as a member of the California Community College Student Affairs Association.

• Assist student leaders in coordinating student activities with campus programs, Academic departments, and the community.

• Plan and coordinate annual summer training retreat for the AS Board of Directors, and assist the directors in planning and coordinating the Board's winter training retreat.

• Plan equity trainings for student leaders.

• Supervise and evaluate classified staff and student employees as assigned.

• Provide ongoing reports and other materials as assigned.

• Participate in participatory governance and administrative committees as assigned.

• Perform other administrative duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications

Possess a Master's degree from an accredited college or university in a discipline related to the administrative assignment. No less than one (1) year of teaching or counseling experience. No less than one (1) year of educational administrative experience in student services and/or direct experience as a student services provider.

Evidence of sensitivity to and understanding of the socio-economic, academic, cultural and ethnic diversity within the college student population including students with physical and/or learning disabilities as these factors relate to differences in learning styles.

Preferred Qualifications

Ability to effectively perform the duties and responsibilities of the position.

• Experience and training in conflict resolution.

• Relate effectively with a widely diverse student population, faculty, and community.

• Knowledge of retention strategies to increase student success for marginalized student populations.

• Know and use good judgment in the interpretation of policies, regulations, and codes that relate to the program.

• Familiar with California Education Code and the Fiscal Crisis and Management Team Manual (FCMAT).

• Understand Roberts Rules of Order and Parliamentary Procedures.

• Work successfully in an atmosphere of collegial decision-making.

• Organizational skills necessary to direct multiple activities and programs.

• Successful administrative experience and understanding of a college environment, preferably at a community college.

• Demonstrate knowledge of issues that relate to student leadership and student success.

• Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing.

• Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively.

• Work cooperatively and collaboratively with others.

The Santa Monica Community College District is committed to the principles of equal employment opportunity.  

Contact:

https://jobs.smc.edu/applicants/jsp/shared/positio Santa Monica College

Director
Ohlone College
Director, International Programs and Services  
  Posted Tuesday, May 14, 2019
 


Director, International Programs and Services
Ohlone College

Position Description:
Ideal Candidate Statement:

The Director of International Programs and Services will be an important team member helping the college to deliver on its motto: “A World of Cultures United in Learning.” The ideal candidate will have extensive experience working with international students and their families. This experience will include an understanding of United States Customs and Immigration Services regulations. The ideal candidate will also have experience in the development of institutional partnerships such as study abroad and faculty exchange programs. This is a great opportunity for a student centered individual who has excellent communication and organizational skills.

Job Description Summary:
Under the supervision of the Vice President of Student Services, the Director of International Programs and Services is responsible for planning and implementing international enrollment management strategies that will ensure international enrollment growth, diversity, and an increasing non-resident revenue stream. The Director is responsible for developing and executing strategic and business plans for the international program.

The Director will plan and conduct intensive overseas student recruitment activities requiring international travel several times per year involving complex itineraries, and often in challenging environments; develop and maintain a wide range of high-level external international relationships with key strategic partners.

The Director of International Programs and Services provides leadership and oversees the staff and operations of the Office of International Programs and Services; supports the work of other staff and faculty, as appropriate, in programs and projects related to the international education goals of the College; and is responsible for all legal and reporting requirements related to the enrollment and attendance of international students.

Knowledge Skills and Abilities:
KNOWLEDGE OF:

Planning, organization and direction of an international education program.
Immigration regulations and compliance requirements.
Foreign student guidelines and articulation issues.
Risk management issues pertaining to faculty and students traveling abroad.
Contractual guidelines.
Assigned subject material pertaining to the learning of a second language.
Cultural sensitivity.
Effecting programming of educational projects.
Budget preparation and control.
Oral and written communication skills.
Principles and practices of administration, supervision and training.
Applicable laws, codes, regulations, policies and procedures.
Interpersonal skills using tact, patience and courtesy.
Operation of a computer and assigned software.

ABILITY TO:

Plan, organize, control and direct the activities of the International Programs Department.
Oversee student service activities.
Develop and support of programs and services to increase international student recruitment and service quality.
Serve as Principal Designated School Official (PDSO) for F-1 SEVIS program and serve as responsible officer for J-1 Exchange Visitor program.
Serve as a technical resource to students and exchange visitors relating to immigration regulations and requirements.
Supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned staff.
Communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
Interpret, apply and explain rules, regulations, policies and procedures.
Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with others.
Operate a computer and assigned office equipment.
Analyze situations accurately and adopt an effective course of action.
Meet schedules and time lines.
Work independently with little direction.
Plan and organize work.
Prepare comprehensive narrative and statistical reports.
Direct the maintenance of a variety of reports, records and files related to assigned activities.

Essential Duties:
Plan, organize, control and direct the activities of the International Programs Department; direct enrollment management, recruitment and student retention activities for the College.

Work closely with the Vice President of Student Services and the International Program Manager, to plan and implement international enrollment management strategies for the College; and enroll international students into the College’s credit and non-credit programs.

Develop, implement and support programs and services to increase recruitment and service quality; research funding resources and write grants to support International Programs and Services.

Develop and update a strategic, business and marketing plans for the program.

Develop and maintain relationships with external entities in the United States and abroad to enhance the College’s ability to attract qualified international students.

Plan and conduct recruitment travel overseas multiple times each year for extended periods as necessary.

Serve as Principal Designated School Official (PDSO) or the Designated School Office (DSO) for F-1 SEVIS program and serve as responsible officer for J-1 Exchange Visitor program; issue initial and other I-20 and DS-2019 forms; conduct reporting as required by federal law relating to J-1EVs and their dependents; maintain related records.

Develop and prepare the annual preliminary budget for the International Programs Department; analyze and review budgetary and financial data; control and authorize expenditures in accordance with established limitations; maintain the English Language Institute program budget and revenue.

Assist the College Council and International Education Committee with strategic planning, study abroad, faculty exchange, budgeting and institutional coordination of related programs and services.

Represent the College and participate in regional, state, national organizations and conferences.

Supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned staff; interview and select employees and recommend transfers, reassignment, termination and disciplinary actions.

Provide technical expertise, information and assistance to the Vice President regarding assigned functions; assist in the formulation and development of policies, procedures and programs.

Education and Experience:
Any combination equivalent to:

Master’s degree in any academic field.
Five (5) years of experience working in an International Program doing extensive international student recruitment.
Experience working with overseas educational advising partners or agents.
Evidence of effective management and communication skills.

Preferred Qualifications:
Master’s degree in International Relations, or closely related discipline.
Broad understanding of international education in higher education.
Cross cultural experience, experience working or studying abroad.
Planning experience such as budget, recruitment or business plan development.
Experience working with faculty and academic leadership.
Foreign language fluency.
Experience using Student and Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS).

Salary Range:
$106,250 - $135,608 Annually

Posting Detail Information:
Posting Number:

Number of Vacancies: 1

Desired Start Date:

Position End Date (if temporary):

Close Date:

Open Until Filled: No

Foreign Transcripts: Transcripts issued outside the United States require a course-by-course analysis with an equivalency statement from a certified transcript evaluation service verifying the degree equivalency to that of an accredited institution within the USA. This report must be attached with the application and submitted by the filing deadline.

Benefits Statement:
Ohlone offers a competitive benefits package. Below is a list of some of our offerings:

•Medical, dental, vision, life insurance, EAP and LTD.

•Ohlone participates in California Public Employees’ Retirement System (PERS) and California State Teachers’ Retirement System (STRS).

•Paid vacation.

•Paid sick leave.

•Paid holidays and district-paid floating personal days.

•Longevity pay step increase based on years of service.

•IRS Section 125 Flexible Medical Spending Plan.

•457(b) Deferred Compensation Plan (employee contributes).

•403(b) Tax Shelter Annuity Plan (employee contributes).

*Benefits will be prorated for positions less than 100%

Immigration Reform & Control Act of 1986:
Applicants selected for positions will be required to provide identification and employment eligibility as outlined in the federal “Immigration Reform & Control Act of 1986.”

District Statement:
A multi-campus single community college district, Ohlone College is located in the southern portion of the San Francisco Bay in California; serving 12,000 students per year. The District has a main campus in the City of Fremont and a newly constructed campus in the City of Newark. Ohlone College is an ethnically diverse institution that promotes innovation and continuous improvement in departments and divisions. The College is named for the native population living in the area when Mission San Jose was founded. The Fremont campus is located just south of the historical Mission. The Newark Campus is located near Interstate 880 and emphasizes programs in health, environment, and technology.

EEO Statement Summary:
The District is strongly committed to the principles of equal opportunity and to hiring qualified staff who reflect the diversity of our community. The District encourages a diverse pool of applicants and does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, religious creed, color, national origin, ancestry, age (40 or over), medical condition, genetic information, marital status, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, gender expression, disability, military and veteran status, pregnancy/childbirth/breastfeeding or related medical condition or any other protected basis in any of its policies, practices, or procedures. The college encourages applications from all qualified applicants.

If you have a disability and are in need of special services, equipment, or facilities in order to apply or interview for this opening, please call the Human Resources office at: (510) 659-6088.

Conditions of Employment:
Offers of employment are contingent upon Governing Board approval. Employment with Ohlone Community College is not complete or official until applicants meet all pre-employment requirements. All new employees are required to submit official transcripts and proof of freedom from tuberculosis. In addition you will be required to provide identification and employment eligibility as outlined in the federal “Immigration Reform & Control Act of 1986.” Pre-employment tests and/or medical examinations may be required. Ohlone Community College does not sponsor H1B visas. Employees must sign the Oath or Affirmation of Allegiance and submit fingerprints for CA Department of Justice clearance.

To apply, visit: https://employment.ohlone.edu
 

Contact:

Human Resources
Ohlone College
CA
mmoore25@ohlone.edu
 

Other Administrative Position
Security Supervisor     Posted Tuesday, May 14, 2019
 

Security Supervisor

Job:  #2CSE17

Salary:  $73,990 - $90,270/annual

Closing Date:  05/31/19

Location: Hayward, CA

To apply, submit your application and required documents on-line via our applicant system at: https://clpccd.peopleadmin.com/postings/1588

Job Summary

The Chabot-Las Positas Community College District is seeking a Security Supervisor for Chabot College in Hayward, California.

DEFINITION
Under direction, the employee is responsible for planning, organizing, coordinating and directing the program and operations of campus security services and security of personnel and facilities in accordance with the District Policy and Procedures for Security Services.

The Security Supervisor recommends, in the interest of the District, the hiring, transfer, discipline and termination of employees supervised and is expected to solve daily operational problems on his/her own initiative, while major problems are solved after consultation with the supervisor. There is direct contact with staff, students, and visitors of the College. The consequence of error in decision could result in injury to the users of the District facilities.

PURPOSE OF CLASS
To ensure that District Safety and Security Program is planned and operating efficiently and effectively.

NOTE: This class specification is not necessarily all-inclusive in terms of work detail.

Representative Duties

1. Supervises and participates in the enforcement of District policies and procedures for Security Services; enforces rules and regulations governing the use of College buildings and grounds;

2. Supervises and participates in the patrol of the campus; responds to emergencies;

3. Investigates violations, accidents and incidents occurring on campus;

4. Trains and supervises security officers and student assistants;

5. Schedules, assigns and evaluates performance of work;

6. Responds to calls for help and serious emergencies;

7. Reviews reports turned in by subordinates;

8. Attends meetings with members of the College management staff regarding campus security matters;

9. Makes presentations to various groups regarding campus security;

10. Assists in the preparation of the budget;

11. Maintains records, prepares reports;

12. Communicates and interprets data and information regarding the District security services;

13. Performs other related tasks as assigned.

Minimum Education and Experience

Education and Experience:
Equivalent to completion of the two years of college including, or supplemented by courses in Administration of Justice 
AND 
Three years of security or law enforcement experience PREFERABLY with supervisory responsibility (watchman experience is not considered qualifying) OR an equivalent combination of education and experience which indicates possession of knowledge and skills required.

License:
Possession of a valid California driver’s license.

Minimum Qualifications

Knowledge of:

1. Techniques of traffic and parking control;

2. security methods and crowd control techniques and investigating procedures;

3. pertinent Federal, State, City and District laws, rules, regulations and policies, including laws of removal and/or arrest, legal rights of students and citizens, judicial procedures and rules of evidence;

4. principles and techniques of training and supervision;

5. general modern office procedures.

Skills in:

1. Planning, organizing and directing the operations of campus security;

2. enforcing pertinent policies, rules and regulations;

3. interrogating suspects and interviewing complainants and witnesses;

4. preparing reports and maintaining records;

5. accurately analyzing problems in the field and adopting an effective course of action; using sound judgment while under pressure;

6. training and supervising personnel; evaluating performance;

7. following and giving oral and written directions; oral and written communication;

8. establishing and maintaining cooperative and effective working relationships with staff; meeting the public with courtesy and tact.

Desirable Qualifications

1. 832 Penal Code Certificate (Peace Officer Standards and Training)

2. American Heart Association or American Red Cross Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Instructor’s Certificate (must possess or be able to obtain)

3. American Red Cross First Aid Instructor’s Certificate (must possess or be able to obtain)

Job Work Schedule

40 hours/week, Monday – Friday, 10:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m., modified schedule to include Saturday as a normally scheduled day or on a rotating basis depending on department needs; hours may vary depending on department needs, occasional evening and weekends required as needed, 12 months/year.

Physical Demands and Working Environment INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES WHO ARE UNABLE TO CARRY OUT THE PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES OF THE POSITION WILL RECEIVE REASONABLE ACCOMMODATIONS TO ENABLE THEM TO PERFORM THE ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE POSITION.

Notification to Applicants

The Chabot-Las Positas Community College District reserves the right to close or not fill any advertised position

Instructions for Personal Qualifications Statement The purpose of the personal qualifications statement is for you to provide information on how your education and experience relate to the requirements and duties of the position. There is no form to complete. Applicants are requested to provide their personal qualifications statement by uploading a document, the same way as you do for your cover letter.

Supplemental Questions

Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).

Documents Needed To Apply

Required Documents

1.     Resume

2.     Cover Letter

3.     Personal Qualifications Statement

Optional Documents

1.     Transcripts/Credentials

2.     Other Document

Contact:

https://clpccd.peopleadmin.com/postings/1346 Chabot/ Las Positas College

IT Business Analyst (2 positions)     Posted Tuesday, May 14, 2019
 

IT Business Analyst (2 positions) - Information Technology 

Salary: Range 40 – $4,955 to $6,331 per month

2018-19 Classified Salary Schedule 

40 hours per week, 12 months per year 

(May include evenings & weekends)

Appointments are hired at the first step of the range. The second step is paid after the first year of satisfactory service with subsequent steps annually thereafter to a maximum sixth step.

Deadline: 06/04/2019

Complete job description and application available online at: https://yosemite.peopleadmin.com/postings/3815

DEFINITION

Under direction, performs moderately complex professional information technology duties related to business process improvement, applications programming support, operational systems support and other areas as assigned; analyzes, documents, communicates user requirements and stakeholder needs in support of application programming or system operations efforts; analyzes, documents, recommends business process modifications to improve business processes for various functional areas; analyzes, documents, designs and enhances data processing, software and hardware systems; assists users in proper use of or in resolving problems with software systems; develops reports and performs limited programming as needed; and performs related work as assigned.

DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS

This is the full working, journey-level analyst class in the Systems and Programming Series within the Yosemite Community College District (YCCD). Incumbents in this class perform the full range of journey-level professional analytical duties. Work may broadly involve supporting several disciplines such as programming, operations support, and project support or may emphasize a single functional area. Incumbents utilize professional knowledge of information technology to make decisions and complete assignments.

This class may be distinguished from the advanced-level class of Systems and Programming Analyst where incumbents perform highly complex professional programming duties related to applications development in addition to work encompassed by the Business Analyst class.

SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED

Incumbents in this class work under the direction of a manager or senior manager, receiving occasional supervision while working toward a definite objective that requires use of a wide range of procedures. Incumbents plan and/or determine specific procedures or equipment required to meet assigned objectives and solve non-routine problems, referring only unusual matters to a supervisor.

An incumbent in this class does not directly lead or supervise other full-time employees, but may assign, direct and/or monitor the work of subordinate full time, part time, and/or student employees on a project or assignment basis.

Minimum Qualifications

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The knowledge and ability requirements are representative of essential duties. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the position.

Knowledge of: 

• Principles and theory of professional business analysis practices, procedures and strategies.

• Principles, theory, design of professional data processing, networking, computer programming, operating systems and related hardware/software. 

• Contemporary software, including operating, database, and report writing software. 

• Methods, techniques, and procedures of modern computer and computer programming design, development and implementation. 

• Professional methods and techniques of system troubleshooting, maintenance, development, enhancement, and testing.

Ability to: 

• Analyze user and system needs and problems, and develop clear and logical solutions.

• Develop, modify, and implement computer programs in a logical and sequential manner. 

• Prepare flow charts and documentation pertaining to program steps and logic with speed and accuracy. 

• Work with customers to design and enhance computer software and systems based on business needs. 

• Prepare documentation and operating procedures in a clear and concise manner.

• Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing. 

• Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of the work.

Education and Experience

Any combination of education, experience and/or training that would likely provide the above-required knowledge, skills and abilities is qualifying. Typical background patterns that would provide the knowledge, skills and abilities are:

• Education: Possession of an associate’s degree from an accredited college or university, with major course work in computer information systems, computer science or a closely related field. 

• Experience: Two (2) years performing professional information technology duties that emphasized applications support or business analytical support, depending upon assignment.

Example of Duties

ESSENTIAL DUTIES 

Note: Duties may be assigned from one or more of the following areas:

Business Analysis:

• Works with departments to analyze business processes and implement technology solutions to automate information and workflow; participates in meetings to review and document technology needs; researches, recommends, develops and deploys enhancements to improve business efficiencies; receive, responds to, analyzes and coordinates requests regarding programming issues, system performance, and malfunctions. 

• Develops and participates in a variety of highly specialized and complex projects including but not limited to planning, design, configuration, minor programming and analysis of assigned computer systems, databases, software and applications.

• Coordinates projects, services, and communications to meet district technology needs related to system and application development and ensure smooth and efficient activities; monitors, evaluates and adjusts activities in response to project progress, needs and issues.

• Engages customers throughout project duration to establish and prioritize project requirements based on risk and business need; Engages customers during project closure to obtain feedback for process improvement.

• Tests and debugs program modifications and resolves program issues; confers with other personnel as needed to help resolve application, system and/or network conflicts. 

• Details and documents the relationship of coding systems to program steps for ease of program debugging; prepares flow charts, block diagrams, data definitions and operational steps to ensure that the programming documentation is clear. 

• Maintains and supports existing applications and respond to routine customer calls and requests for minor application programming modifications. Monitors and participates in technical assistance services to provide staff with information concerning systems, software, applications and related practices, requirements, procedures and malfunctions.

• Coordinates and conducts training for staff regarding system and application operations.

Operations Support:

• Provides moderately complex professional support for computer systems and/or servers; monitors systems/servers for response time, problem prevention, performance and resource utilization. 

• Recommends the evaluation, selection, and acquisition of new system hardware and software solutions; confers with vendors and/or other agencies as needed; researches options and analyzes costs/benefits of implementation; analyzes integration issues; helps determine communication requirements for new equipment installation; prepares reports and recommendations for management recommending the purchase of microcomputers, software and peripherals. 

• Assists with the planning, development and preparation of technical standards, operational procedures and system performance objectives. 

• Extracts application data and prepares reports; constructs queries; assists users in identifying data reporting needs.

All Support Areas:

• Writes and develops documentation and prepares instruction or procedural manuals. 

• Participates in large and small technology development projects; assists with large-scale implementation of new processes, upgrades and equipment rollouts; helps implement enterprise wide upgrade strategies and procedures; helps troubleshoot conversion and implementation problems. 

• Performs technical administrative duties; attends meetings; serves on committees and task forces; independently responds to various inquiries and correspondence; prepares information and data requested for administrative review; maintains information system documentation; prepares reports, files, correspondence and other documents.

• Performs other related duties as assigned.

Licenses and Certificates

Depending upon assignment, possession of a valid typing certificate for 45 words per minute may be required.

Depending upon assignment, possession of a valid license to drive in California may be required.

YCCD is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.

Contact:

https://yosemite.peopleadmin.com/postings/3476 Yosemite Community College District

Director
Cabrillo College
Director of Business Services  
  Posted Monday, May 13, 2019
 


Director of Business Services

Cabrillo College

Closing Date/Time: 6/18/2019 11:59 PM Pacific

Salary: See Position Description

Job Type: Full-time

Department: VP Administrative Services

Employment Opportunity

The Director of Business Services, under the general direction of the Vice President of Administrative Services, is responsible for managing and integrating a program of broad, comprehensive financial services for the District, including budgeting, financial forecasting, and analyses, financial reporting, accounting, payroll, and benefits. The incumbent provides advice and counsel on the financial implications of major planning and policy issues and provides technical financial support for the development of financing for major capital projects. Responsibilities and assignments are broad in scope and allow for a high degree of administrative discretion on issues that are complex, interpretive, and evaluative in nature.

The ideal candidate will share Cabrillo's commitment to educating its racially and socioeconomically diverse student population. Cabrillo College serves approximately 11,400 students per term, of which 45.13% are LatinX, 5.26% multi-ethnic, 2.64% Asian, 1.25% African-American, 0.79% Filipino, 0.30% American Indian or Alaskan Native, and 0.18% Pacific Islander as of Fall 2018. At Cabrillo, 56.66% of students are students of color and 54.91% are economically disadvantaged. In 2006, Cabrillo College was designated a Hispanic-Serving Institution, reflecting the great responsibility that the College has to the educational attainment and economic well-being of the surrounding community.

Cabrillo College has a tradition of collegial governance, and staff possess a long history of participatory governance in all levels of decision-making at the college. Cabrillo provides an excellent opportunity to learn, collaborate, create, and make a difference in the lives of its students and community.

Examples of Duties

 

  • Plans, organizes, controls, manages, and evaluates the work of the Business Services department; with subordinate managers, participates in establishing operational plans and initiatives to meet department goals and objectives; implements departmental plans, work programs, processes, procedures and policies required to achieve overall department performance results; coordinates and integrates department functions and responsibilities to achieve optimal efficiency and effectiveness; participates in developing and monitoring performance against the annual departmental budget
  • Participates with other managers in establishing strategic plans for the District; sets overall management and policy goals and objectives for a department; coordinates department program and policy issues with managers of other departments and/or on a District-wide basis
  • Plans and evaluates the performance of managers, and staff; establishes performance requirements and personal development targets; monitors performance and provides coaching for performance improvement and development; provides or recommends compensation and other rewards to recognize performance; takes disciplinary action, up to and including termination, to address performance deficiencies, subject to management concurrence, in accordance with the District's Human Resources policies and procedures and labor contract provisions
  • Provides leadership and works with supervisors and staff to develop and retain highly competent, customer service-oriented staff through selection, training and day-to-day management practices that support the District's mission, strategic goals, and core values
  • Plans, organizes, directs, and oversees the District's budget administration activities and functions; oversees development and implementation of and interprets, enforces, and explains budget process, policies and procedures; reviews, analyzes and develops recommendations regarding budget issues and alternatives; oversees preparation and delivery of budget presentation, which include highly sensitive and confidential information to senior management and the Board; maintains controls over expenditures
  • Conducts or manages and directs the completion of financial planning activities and analyses; analyzes and determines the impact of economic, legislative, enrollment, and other changes and/or trends on the District's financial plans and budgets; provides assistance and expertise to other departments in financial planning for programs authorized by the board
  • Plans, organizes, manages, and directs the District's general accounting activities and operations; establishes internal control and other procedures to ensure records are accurate, up-to-date, complete and in compliance with all appropriate standards, laws, rules, regulations, and policies; plans and directs the operation and implementation of financial controls for the filling, receipt, and account for funds from all sources; ensures proper accounting for all expenditures and revenues in accordance with GAAP and GASB; directs and ensures payment of vendors and contractors per contract and agreement terms and conditions; directs and oversees payroll and benefits processes in accordance with District rules, policies, and negotiated labor agreements
  • Plans, organizes, manages, and directs the District's bond financial activities and operations; ensures all arbitrage calculations are in conformance with federal and state guidelines; provides necessary documentation, expertise, guidance, and assistance to staff, senior management, other District personnel on bond proceeds needs and issuances
  • Plans and directs the preparation of and reviews, integrates, and analyzes accounting, financial, and management reports prepared for District departments, the Board, senior management, and other governmental and regulatory bodies; identifies and communicates issues important to the District and provides findings and recommendations, which are often based on interpretations of complex regulations, laws, and guidelines, including recommendations to improve the financial performance of the District
  • Provides expertise, guidance, and assistance to staff, senior management, other District personnel and external customers; evaluates specialized information and data and provides decisions and recommendations on a wide array of financial matters; advises on availability of funds for long-term projects; directs and manages implementation of training programs for the District in accounting, payroll, finance, and budgeting matters; understands, enforces, interprets, and explains complex regulations, laws, and guidelines
  • Directs and oversees department involvement in development, enhancement, and administration of the District's enterprise financial systems; oversees development, integration, and implementation of new or revised policies, processes, standards, and internal controls for the department
  • Directs and oversees coordination of departmental activities with external auditors for annual audit
  • Conducts or manages and directs the completion of all grant financial reporting requirements in a timely manner; oversees grant expenditures to ensure compliance with grant regulations and guidelines
  • Serves as Section Chief on the Emergency Operations Center Team regarding finance, recordkeeping, state, and FEMA documentation
  • Performs related duties as required or assigned

Minimum Qualifications

Education and Experience:

Bachelor's degree or higher in accounting, finance, business administration, or related field with substantial coursework in accounting AND a minimum of five (5) years of progressively responsible financial and accounting experience, at least three (3) of which were in a supervisory or managerial capacity.

Desirable:

  • Master's degree in business, public administration, or related field
  • CPA certificate
  • Experience in an academic institution or public agency

Knowledge of:

  • Principles and practices of general, fund, and governmental accounting including financial statement preparation and methods of financial control and reporting
  • Principles and practices of cost and fixed asset accounting
  • Internal control and audit principles and practices
  • GAAP and GASB accounting standards and requirements
  • Principles, practices, rules, and procedures of community college district budgeting and accounting
  • Federal, state, and local laws, regulations, and court decisions applicable to assigned areas of responsibility
  • District functions and associated financial management issues
  • Principles and practices of business data processing particularly related to the processing of accounting and financial information
  • Principles and practices of public administration, including purchasing, contracting, and the maintenance of public records
  • Principles and practices of sound business communication
  • Advanced research methods and analysis techniques
  • Principles and practices of effective management and supervision
  • District human resources policies and procedures and labor contract provisions
  • Familiarity with computerized accounting and financial reporting systems
  • The principles in effectively interacting with diverse students, staff, faculty, and administrators
Ability to:

  • Plan, direct, manage, coordinate, and integrate the District's finance and accounting activities and operations, including payroll, benefits, and budgeting, to meet District objectives, professional standards, and legal requirements
  • Define complex management, fiscal, budget, and strategic planning issues; perform difficult analyses and research, evaluate alternatives, and develop sound conclusions and recommendations
  • Understand, interpret, explain, and apply federal, state and local policy, laws, regulations, and court decisions applicable to areas of responsibility
  • Present proposals and recommendations clearly, logically, and persuasively in public meetings
  • Represent the District effectively in negotiations and other dealings on a variety of difficult, complex, sensitive, and confidential issues
  • Prepare clear, concise and comprehensive correspondence, reports, studies, and other written material using a variety of software
  • Exercise sound, expert independent judgment within general policy guidelines
  • Exercise tact and diplomacy in dealing with sensitive and complex issues and situations
  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with Board members, all levels of District management, staff, representatives of other governmental agencies, external auditors and others encountered in the course of work
  • Demonstrate sensitivity to and understanding of diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students and the community
  • Consistently perform under the pressures of deadlines and other administrative demands
  • Effectively train, supervise, and evaluate staff
  • Communicate effectively verbally and in writing
Licenses and Other Requirements:

  • Possession of and ability to maintain a valid California driver's license and a safe driving record during the course of employment
  • Assignment may include evenings and/or weekends as needed
Additional Information

Please Note: To ensure an accurate evaluation of your application materials, please submit information regarding your education, experience, knowledge, and abilities as they relate to the minimum qualifications. When filling out the online application, it is important that you fill out all sections completely. Do not leave blank spaces noting "see resume". When adding attachments, please redact ALL of the following items which appear on any attachment before you submit it: social security number, birth date, age, gender, birthplace, and personal photos.

Starting Salary: Full time management assignment (225-day), 12 months per year, Monday through Friday, with evenings and/or weekends as needed. Current eight-step schedule ranges from $8,000 to $11,257 per month. Classified administrators are required to join the Public Employee's Retirement System (PERS) and as such must contribute up to 7% of their monthly salary to PERS on a pre-tax basis. Cabrillo College provides an annual doctoral stipend of $3,846 for eligible employees.

Cabrillo College currently provides a generous benefit stipend for employees plus dependents that employees apply towards benefit selections for medical, dental, life, and short-term/long-term disability insurance. Depending on health plan selections, in many cases full-time employee net out-of-pocket for benefit premiums may be $0 or otherwise relatively low.

Application Process:

**To be considered, each candidate MUST SUBMIT:

  1. Completed online Employment Application.
  2. Job-related resume.
  3. One (1) recent letter of recommendation that addresses the candidate's ability to perform the duties of this position. Please note lists of references, verifications of employment, and evaluations cannot be submitted in place of letters of recommendation. Letters do not need to be confidential nor from a supervisor; they only need to address the candidate's ability to perform the duties as listed in this job bulletin.
  4. Verification of educational and experience qualifications ( (Download PDF reader)Foreign transcripts must be translated to determine equivalency to U.S. standards. (Download PDF reader) Any fee for such translation is paid by the applicant.):
    • Transcripts from all colleges attended showing degree conferred, if applicable (unofficial transcripts, copies, and downloads are acceptable) to demonstrate the qualification re: college coursework listed in this announcement. Please note diplomas are not accepted in place of college transcripts. If selected it is the responsibility of the candidate to provide official transcripts, diplomas, degrees, or other documents as may be requested.
    • Supplemental Application for Equivalency Determination (Download PDF reader) and supporting documentation. (This is only necessary if candidate does not possess and submit proof of specified degrees or experience listed in minimum qualifications.)
  5. A brief (not to exceed two pages) clearly identified and separately attached statement, which describes the relevant skills and experience you possess that demonstrates your ability to perform the duties of the Director of Business Services at Cabrillo Community College given the fiscal challenges facing California Community College Districts. What are the most critical issues you will address in your first six months as Director?
**If any of the above materials are not submitted with your application packet, your materials will be deemed incomplete and will not be forwarded to the committee for screening.

Please notify the Human Resources Department if you require any special accommodation(s) in meeting these requirements.

Selection Procedure: Applications will be reviewed by a search committee, which will determine the applicants to invite for interviews based on appraisal of qualifications as documented by application materials submitted. Meeting the posted requirements does not guarantee an invitation for an interview.

Candidates selected for employment with Cabrillo College must agree to be fingerprinted, provide current tuberculosis screening results, provide proof of eligibility for employment in the United States and present a valid Social Security card and driver's license upon hire.

Application Deadline: Application and attached required materials must be successfully submitted by 11:59 p.m. on: Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Cabrillo College seeks applications from all qualified individuals. It is the continuing goal of Cabrillo College to hire and retain staff that reflect the rich diversity and cultural heritage of the college district and its student body.
 

Cabrillo College currently provides a benefit stipend for medical, dental, life and long-term disability insurance for employees and eligible dependents.

Please note: Employees who work part-time contracts will receive a pro rata benefit stipend based on the percentage of assignment.

Classified administrators are required to join the Public Employee's Retirement System (PERS) and as such must contribute up to 7% of their monthly salary to PERS on a pre-tax basis.

Detailed information on benefits available to Cabrillo employees is available on our website: www.cabrillo.edu/services/hr/benefits.html

To apply, please visit: https://www.schooljobs.com/careers/cabrilloedu

Contact:

Human Resources
Cabrillo College
CA
United States
noemails@jobelephant.com
 

Other Administrative Position
Instructional Support Specialist     Posted Thursday, May 09, 2019
 

Instructional Support Specialist - Distance Education, Instruction Office

Salary: Range 29, $3,779 to $4,833 per month 2018-19 Classified Salary Schedule 

40 hours per week, 12 months per year 

Monday thru Friday: 10:00 a.m.-6:30 p.m. 

(May include evenings & weekends) 

Deadline: 05/29/2019

Complete job description and application available online at: https://yosemite.peopleadmin.com/postings/3791

DEFINITION

Under direction, leads and performs highly advanced and technical support duties pertaining to online and technology enhanced learning across the college; assists instructors in preparing for complex learning experiences; serves as a lead worker over technical staff; coordinates the functions of several units; operates and maintains specialized equipment related to the assigned instructional areas; monitors and ensures the safety of student activities that may involve accessibility and appropriate online learning environments; performs complex technical administrative support tasks for faculty and program manager(s); and performs related work as assigned.

DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS

This is the advanced and lead technical level class in the Instructional Support Series within the Yosemite Community College District (YCCD). Incumbents in this class provide advanced instructional and administrative support of technically complex online and technology enhanced learning environments and users of those environments and frequently serve as lead workers over multiple complex areas in such settings. Incumbents must possess and utilize highly technical and specialized knowledge of a particular instructional or academic area in order to perform duties and help ensure the safety of students.

This class may be distinguished from the lower-level class of Instructional Support Technician because incumbents in that class perform a wide range of complex technical instructional and administrative support duties in science, vocational, engineering, electronics, photography, physical education, or other specialized and technical laboratory environments, but do not typically serve as lead workers in those types of specialized settings.

SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED

Incumbents in this class work under the direction of a manager or senior manager, receiving occasional supervision while working toward a definite objective that requires use of a wide range of procedures. Incumbents plan and/or determine specific procedures or equipment required to meet assigned objectives and solve non-routine problems, referring only unusual matters to a supervisor.

An incumbent in this class does not directly supervise other full-time employees, but may serve as a lead worker by assigning, directing and/or monitoring the work of subordinate full time employees on a regular basis.

Minimum Qualifications

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The knowledge and ability requirements are representative of essential duties. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the position.

Knowledge of:

• Operations, procedures, goals or objectives of the laboratory or program to which assigned.

• Methods and techniques of student instruction and tutoring.

• Principles and practices of supervision and leadership.

• Specialized subject matter pertaining to the area of assignment.

• Modern office, classroom and laboratory procedures and equipment including computers.

• Basic mathematical principles and applications.

• Proper English usage, spelling, grammar and punctuation.

• Principles and practices of filing and record keeping.

• Principles of business letter writing and basic report preparation.

• Appropriate and effective communication and listening skills.

Ability to:

• Perform specialized technical duties pertaining to the area of assignment.

• Provide hands-on academic support to students as a supplement to their classroom teaching

• Serve as a technical resource to faculty working with Distance Education

• Prepare laboratories and lessons as requested by the instructor.

• Respond to a variety of requests for assistance from students and instructors.

• Listen effectively and appropriately assess student academic needs.

• Work with students from a wide range of cultural backgrounds, ages and academic abilities.

• Lead and direct the work of subordinate staff.

• Maintain accurate and complete records and files.

• Explain and ensure adherence to Distance Education and program procedure,goals and objectives.

• Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.

• Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.

Education and Experience:

Pattern I

• Experience: Two years equivalent to an Instructional Support Technician at YCCD, performing duties that provided familiarity with a specialized academic area (which may vary depending upon the assignment of the position).

OR

Pattern II

• Education: Possession of an associate’s degree from an accredited college or university, with major course work in a related area applicable to the specific assignment of the position.

• Experience: Four years performing technical duties that provided familiarity with a specialized academic area (which may vary depending upon the assignment of the position).

Special Requirements:

• Depending upon the assignment of a position, applicants may be required to demonstrate technical knowledge and skills pertaining to a specialized academic area.

EXAMPLES OF DUTIES

• Assists faculty and students by preparing and presenting complex technical materials designed to enhance students’ learning processes; participates in the planning and implementation of exercises and/or experiments; sets up and conducts complex instructional exercises as directed; may independently implement and coordinate instructional sessions and activities.

• Prepares complex and specialized equipment and materials for exercises in support of the related programs.

• Seeks out sources of demonstration materials and supplies.

• Sets up, disassembles, cleans or replaces apparatus and instructional materials used in activities and demonstrations.

• Ensures that assigned learning environments are maintained in a safe, clean and orderly condition; calibrates and performs minor repairs on equipment; monitors the cleaning and organizing of materials; monitors the safety and security of equipment; coordinates with vendors for repair and maintenance services as needed.

• Orders and purchases supplies and equipment; contacts and negotiates with vendors to obtain supplies as needed.

• Develops, explains and demonstrates specialized and complex learning exercises and instructional materials; monitors students in class work procedures; consults with faculty as needed to develop lesson plans.

• Maintains records of materials ordered, issued, used and returned and prepares related reports; maintains inventories to ensure that adequate quantities are available for timely instructional use; maintains student positive attendance records, ensuring that students sign in/sign out; tracks student costs for computer and/or equipment use; maintains student laboratory accounts and submits charges.

• Assists in the development of Distance Education budgets.

• Instructs and/or tutors individual students and small groups to reinforce and follow up on classroom learning activities; monitors and assists students in drills, practices and study activities as a follow up what was presented during regular classes.

• Reports student progress toward the accomplishment of learning objectives.

• Maintains libraries and/or inventories of instructional resources and materials; maintains records of materials lent to students.

• Organizes and presents workshops to students and faculty related to the use and development of Distance Education learning environments.

• Coordinates and performs administrative support duties that may require typing, proofreading, filing, checking and recording information.

• Posts information to a computerized and/or manual management information storage and retrieval system; retrieves and compiles information and prepares complex clerical forms, reports and summaries.

• Operates a variety of computers and/or related equipment pertaining to the assigned academic area; performs routine hardware and software installations, maintenance and troubleshooting; assists students and faculty in utilizing specialized computer technology as part of the learning process; installs and sets up hardware and software; resolves and repairs minor technical issues.

• Provides Distance Education technical support for students and faculty by phone or in person.

• Performs other related duties as assigned.

Licenses and Certificates:

• Depending upon assignment, a valid license to drive in California may be required.

Physical and Mental Standards:

• Mobility: ability to sit, walk or stand for extended periods.

• Dexterity: fine manipulation sufficient to operate a computer keyboard, handle individual papers, write and take notes, and/or prepare laboratory materials/equipment; must have a full range of motion in the upper extremities. 

• Lifting: frequently lift, carry, push, pull, or otherwise move objects up to 25 pounds. 

• Visual Requirements: close vision sufficient to read files, documents, and computer screens and do close-up work; ability to adjust focus frequently. 

• Hearing/Talking: ability to hear normal speech, speak and hear on the telephone, and speak in person. 

• Emotional/Psychological Factors: ability to make decisions and concentrate; frequent contact with students, teachers and others, including the public.

• Other Factors: moderate risk of exposure to hazardous chemicals, biological materials, flammable gases and electric shock; moderate use of equipment with moving and/or sharp parts.

YCCD is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.

Contact:

https://yosemite.peopleadmin.com/postings/3303http Columbia College

Dean - other
Rancho Santiago Community College District
Dean, Human Services & Technoloy Division  
  Posted Wednesday, May 08, 2019
 


Job Title: Dean, Human Services & Technoloy Division
Req: AC19-0752
Location: Santa Ana College
Position Type: Academic Administrator
Posting Close Date: 06/05/2019

Job Description:
GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES

Under the direction of the Vice President of Academic Affairs, the Dean of Human Services and Technology will lead and administer all aspects of the Division including the design, delivery, staffing, administrative support, supervision and evaluation of division academic, occupational and vocational programs and support staff, including Public Safety Academies, as well as student enrollment, progress, evaluation, assistance and discipline, and all related records and reports.

SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES
Development and Delivery of Division Programs

Provides direction and support to faculty in the development, revision and evaluation of departmental curriculum and materials, services on the Division Curriculum Committee, and may serve on the District Curriculum/Instruction Council. Reviews and approves Division curriculum development proposals, course outlines, program changes, textbook recommendations, field trip requests, credit by examination requests, and program requirement waivers. Supports the development and maintenance of Career Education programs and certificates through attendance at the Workforce Council and other regional meetings and oversees grant proposals. Reviews instructional and other programs for compliance with applicable state and federal law, regulations and guidelines, District policy and procedure, and responsiveness to the needs of a culturally diverse community.

Personnel
Effectively recommends the hire, transfer, suspension, lay-off, recall, promotion, assignment, discipline, training, professional development, assignment, direction and evaluation of work, and adjustment of grievances of all Division personnel; also responsible for administering collective bargaining agreements, employment and promotion selection procedures, compliance with District policies, rules and regulations regarding personnel, evaluation of the performance of academic and classified staff assigned to the Division, and providing direction and assistance wherever a need for improvement is identified.

Students
Responsible for the discipline of Division students, adjustment of grievances, scheduling, evaluation and reporting of performance, and for the resolution of student problems and complaints.

Budgeting/Funding
Responsible for timely and accurate preparation, submission and administration of Division Budget.

Planning
Responsible for evaluating proposed offerings, enrollment history, budget, demand and program requirements to determine the number and nature of offerings, scheduling of classes, staffing and available facilities, supplies, equipment and materials. Monitors enrollment, cancels and changes classes in response to utilization.

Community Contact/Representation
Must be a highly visible educational leader seeking positions of significant leadership in community institutions as well as community support organizations and on State boards and committees to articulate, enhance and improve District programs, offerings, funding, assets, and educational leadership position and reputation at the state and national levels.

Other Professional Responsibilities
Significant responsibility for chairing and supervision of District-wide committees and task forces; performs other duties and special projects as assigned.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
Supervise all aspects of the planning, funding, coordinating, staffing, delivery, and evaluation of programs in the Division. Supervise the performance of all personnel functions for assigned staff. Use enrollment management tools and data for decision- making. Utilize the District integrated information system, Datatel to facilitate organizational and management practices as they apply to the analysis and evaluation of programs, and operational practices. Work with Department Chairs to monitor student learning outcomes and assessment activities at the program and course levels; apply knowledge of accreditation standards of the Accreditation Commission for Junior and Community Colleges and the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, or similar accreditation group; demonstrate a knowledge of and oversee online learning that include course management systems such as Canvas. Apply current complex principles and practices of instructional program development and administration; principles and practices of budget preparation and administration; principles of supervision, training and performance evaluation and pertinent federal, state, and local laws, codes and regulations including the Education Code; comprehensive knowledge of the principles and practices of curriculum development and instructional teaching strategies, management principles and practices including understanding of human resources; current trends, research and development in post-secondary education, specifically community colleges.

Job Qualifications:
REQUIRED SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS

Minimum Qualifications: Must possess a Master's degree from an accredited college or university and one year of formal training, internship, or leadership experience reasonably related to this administrative assignment. Required Skills: Ability to prevent and resolve professional and personal conflicts and problems, evaluate instructional content and strategies, analyze and apply laws, rules and regulations involving programs, staff and students, and articulate Division and District plans, goals, programs and requirements at the District, community, state and national levels.

Method of Application
For consideration in the selection process, interested persons must complete the RSCCD application and upload all required documents online by the specified closing date for the position. If you do not have a computer, there is a computer which can only access RSCCD employment website and scanner to upload application materials/documents (no USB) available at the Human Resources Department, 2323 North Broadway, Santa Ana, California, 92706, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday - Friday.

Please upload the following application materials in the appropriate boxes with your online application by the closing date:

• Resume (Required)
• Cover Letter (Required)
• Unofficial Transcripts showing that the minimum qualifications are met (Required)
• Any additional supplemental materials (Optional)

To apply, click here. 

Contact:

Human Resources
Rancho Santiago Community College District
wilkerson_penny@rsccd.edu
 

Other Administrative Position
Professional Development Coordinator     Posted Wednesday, May 08, 2019
 

Professional Development Coordinator

Salary: $73,944.00 - $89,880.00 Annually

Deadline: 5/28/2019

Please click on the link below to review the detailed job bulletin: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/smc/jobs/2404093/professional-development-coordinator?pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

Santa Monica College's Human Resources Department is seeking a Professional Development Coordinator to implement, develop and coordinate appropriate and timely professional development workshops for faculty, management, staff, and students. This individual will assists with the design, planning and implementation of various programs to address institutional, departmental and personal training needs; and provide support for training as assigned. This position  is scheduled to work Monday through Friday, 40 hours per week, 12 months per year. 

The ideal candidate will possess experience working with a diverse population, be able to establish rapport with stakeholders, be able to identify professional development opportunities and implement a plan of action, communicate and present information in an effective manner, and take the lead on projects to accomplish institutional goals.

Examples of Duties

Consistent with the District's staff development and training needs, establishes goals and objectives to align with institutional goals; prepares related reports and submits them to the California Community College Chancellor's Office as needed; designs and develops programs throughout the year to meet annual objectives.

In conjunction with applicable participatory governance committees, assists with the design and implementation of a Flexible Calendar Program for faculty involving workshops, training sessions and seminars; submits related certification to the California Community College Chancellor's Office as required; maintains accountability records for faculty with respect to their flex obligations. 

Coordinates and facilitates employee training programs that are in compliance with the provisions of the classified and faculty collective bargaining agreements. 

Coordinates and facilitates employee training programs that are state or federally mandated, such as sexual harassment training (government code 12950.1); maintains records of such training.

Recommends professional trainers and/or internal faculty and staff to conduct training and workshops; makes recommendations on delivery through technology-based or instructor-led formats; conducts individual program evaluations and prepare summaries of performance indicators; maintains an active database of trainers.

Designs, plans and implements various programs to address institutional and departmental training needs; designs and conducts an annual needs assessment for faculty, classified and management groups; and prepare flyers and announcements for workshops.

Develops processes and procedures as needed to coordinate the employee development function including development of contracts, forms, grant applications, awards and other materials. 

Assists with the planning, organization and implementation of major events for the District involving budget development, contacting community organizations, developing related materials, publicizing and promoting the events and performing related activities. 

Presents training programs such as new employee orientation, and/or delivers certain segments of other training programs.

Coordinates and facilitates employee training programs that are in compliance with the provisions of the classified and faculty collective bargaining agreements. 

Coordinates and schedules program activities including conference rooms and equipment.  Designs and completes certificates of completion and employee satisfaction surveys.

Develops and monitors an assigned budget to implement the District's Staff Development Plan within the established guidelines; prepares year-end expenditure and activities report for assigned finds; prepares District and State reports for the Vice President's signature. 

Attends a variety of professional regional and other meetings; serves on assigned committees; develops agendas, record minutes and provide appropriate follow-up; meets with other college campuses and employee development officers to share resources and ideas; and facilitates department meetings and retreats. 

Communicates with vendors regarding training materials and resources; reviews training materials and suggests materials for purchase. 

Performs other related duties as requested or assigned.

Examples of essential duties are descriptive and not restrictive in nature and are generally listed in descending order of importance. 

Minimum Qualifications

Education Requirement:

• Bachelor's degree, preferably in Organizational Development, Education, Business Administration, Communication, or a related field.

Experience Requirement:

• Three (3) years of experience in developing training programs.  Experience as a professional trainer is highly desirable.

Education/Experience Equivalency:

• Experience and/or education of the same kind, level, and amount as required in the minimum qualifications may be substituted on a year-for-year basis.

Licensure and/or Certification:

• A Professional in Human Resources (PHR) or other related professional certifications are preferred.

Special Requirements:

• Willingness and ability to work varied hours and/or be on call. 

The Santa Monica Community College District is committed to the principles of equal employment opportunity.  

Contact:

https://jobs.smc.edu/applicants/jsp/shared/positio Santa Monica College

Director
Director, College Research & Planning     Posted Wednesday, May 08, 2019
 

Director of College Research and Planning, Columbia College

Salary: Management Salary Schedule 2018-2019 Range 34: $7,084 to $9,005 per month. Salary placement is determined per the YCCD Leadership Team Handbook procedure. A $2487 per year ($207.25 per month) Doctoral Stipend is provided for an earned doctorate.

Deadline: 05/22/2019

Complete job description and application available online at: https://yosemite.peopleadmin.com/postings/3771

Under administrative direction, plans, organizes, directs and implements college research and planning activities; collaborates with senior administrative staff to provide assistance and counsel in the gathering, interpreting, and applying quantitative, qualitative and historical data in support of decision-making, policy formation and student learning and performs other duties as assigned.

SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED 

Receives administrative direction from the college President.

Provides direct supervision to College Research and Planning staff, as assigned; may provide indirect supervision to other staff on a project-by-project basis, as required.

Minimum Qualifications

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

Any combination of education, experience and/or training that would likely provide the above-required knowledge, skills and abilities is qualifying. Typical background patterns that would provide the knowledge, skills and abilities are:

Education: Master’s degree (doctorate preferred) in education related discipline, i.e. higher education, educational policy and educational theory or related field.

 

Experience: Three years of increasingly responsible experience in educational research.

Desirable Qualifications

Knowledge of: 

• Principles, practices and theories of advanced educational research and institutional planning; 

• Theories and practices related to using student learning outcomes for increased learning and institutional effectiveness; 

• Standards necessary for obtaining and maintaining academic accreditation;

• Theory and techniques of organizational design and dynamics;

• Standards of academic excellence and scholarship of teaching and learning;

• Principles and practices of academic assessment with emphasis on culture of evidence.

Ability to:

• Problem-solve using rigorous academic research; analyze complex data;

• Design, propose, collect, analyze and present research;

• Effect change; motivate and move others to accept, if not desire constructive change;

• Use quantitative, qualitative and historical research appropriately;

• Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing;

• Work independently; prioritize workload;

• Understand audience.

Desirable Professional Characteristics

• Understanding of and commitment to shared governance.

• High degree of professionalism and integrity.

• Supportive of the comprehensive community college mission.

• Vision and energy to plan and organize efforts that enhance success of the college and its students.

• Ability to establish and maintain collaborative and cooperative working relationships with all segments of the college and its community.

• Ability to interpret and explain complex and/or technical information to lay audiences.

• Ability to effectively use information from the college enterprise resource planning (ERP) application (Datatel) in decision-making, research, planning, development, institutional effectiveness, and accountability.

• Proficiency with computer equipment and current software programs, including appropriate statistical applications (e.g., SAS or SPSS), reporting tools in Datatel, or a similar ERP system, and general desktop applications such as MS Access and Excel.

• Familiarity with rural community conditions.

• Understanding of community college issues.

Example of Duties

• Plan, organize, direct and implement a comprehensive institutional planning process; assure college planning process is coordinated with the District planning process. 

• Identify, conduct and present college research activities. 

• Research, design, and propose college planning activities. 

• Educate and work with faculty, staff and administrators to design and implement Student Learning Objectives and Outcomes (SLOs) initiative; enrollment management activities 

• Design and implement accreditation activities. 

• Conduct assessment and research activities related to matriculation. 

• Provide information and leadership to college committees engaged in policy review and development. 

• Communicate with District’s Central Services Research and Planning Office and Information Technology office to get needed information for college research activities. 

• Serve on various district wide committees relevant to assigned duties 

• Perform other duties as assigned.

Licenses and Certificates

LICENSES AND CERTIFICATES

Possession of a valid California Motor Vehicle Operator’s License.

Contact:

https://yosemite.peopleadmin.com/postings/3303http Columbia College

Dean - other
Grossmont/Cuyamaca Community College District
Senior Dean, Allied Health & Nursing  
  Posted Friday, May 03, 2019
 


SENI0R DEAN, ALLIED HEALTH & NURSING

R-00767
San Diego County - Grossmont College


Transforming lives through learning isn't just the vision of the Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District. It happens every day with our 30,000 students who take the first step in their higher education, become trained for a new career, or learn knowledge that transforms their world perspective.

The Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District honors a diverse academic community and fosters equity mindedness across our institutions. As such, the District is committed to eliminating achievement gaps among different student groups by promoting a culture of appreciation for diversity, equity, inclusivity, and social justice, and continuously examining our processes and practices through an equity lens.

The District provides an excellent health and welfare benefits package to its employees. We take care of our employees and have continued to offer medical, dental and vision coverage to eligible employees and their dependents at no charge for any of the plans we offer.

Become a part of this dedicated team in beautiful San Diego County!

Your application must be completed in one sitting. The system will not save an incomplete or unsubmitted application. Please be attentive when applying as many of our positions require multiple attachments. Please review the special instructions to applicants on the job announcement for requirements. For the most seamless process, we strongly encourage you to prepare the required materials before beginning your application.

Job Summary
Application Deadline: May 30, 2019 at 11:59 p.m.

Department: Allied Health & Nursing

Location: Grossmont College

Months worked out of the Year: 12 months

FTE: 1.0

Work hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Shift Differential: None

Starting Salary Range:
Range: M-11; $123,067 (Step A); $127,990 (Step B) or $133,110 (Step C) Monthly
Based on education and experience

Anticipated Start Date: August 19, 2019
Job Description
JOB PURPOSE:

The Senior Dean of Allied Health and Nursing provides the vision, directions, and oversight required to build, maintain, and expand exemplary partnerships and programs to ensure a highly trained professional workforce of health care providers. This position works closely with the health care providers, regulatory agencies, accrediting bodies, professional groups, funding sources, and area colleges and universities to keep instruction, technology, and standards of practice up to date in current programs and to build new programs as appropriate for the area. This position models leadership, sensitivity, and passionate commitment to the education and health care needs of the socioeconomically and culturally diverse populations. This position is fully responsible for all nursing and allied health programs and partnerships and provides leadership for the development and oversight of the faculty, staff, facilities, budget and procedures for these programs:

  • Cardiovascular Technology
  • EKG/Telemetry
  • Nursing
  • Occupational Therapy Assistant
  • Orthopedic Technology
  • Respiratory Therapy


SPECIFIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBLITIES:

ADMINISTRATIVE RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Provide leadership for faculty and staff, keeping instruction, curriculum, equipment, and standards of practice current.
  • Advise and counsels students as necessary.
  • Oversee and maintains that all Allied Health and Nursing department faculty members and employees licenses and certifications required for the job are up-to-date.
  • Supervise and assesses the performance of all full-time and part-time faculty and support staff in the Allied Health and Nursing Programs.
  • Oversees and assure that all accredited programs within the Division meet the accrediting bodies standards.
  • Completes and the annual reports to the California Board of Registered Nursing, the NLN, and the ACEN.
  • Tracks statistical data as required for the BRN and ACEN.
  • Monitor alignment of the curriculum with California BRN and ACEN accreditation standards.
  • Adheres to and enforces the administrative policies and procedures of the College
  • reviews and makes necessary changes to the annual reports submitted for RT, CVT, OTA.
  • Assures that every student in the Division has completed the following: all immunizations including Hepatitis B with seropositivity, TDAP, MMR, PPD, Varicella, CPR and malpractice.
  • Signs off hospital paperwork assure all of the immunizations and CPR and malpractice are current.
  • Works with faculty to provide curriculum development, revision, and implementation adhering to state accreditation and regulatory guidelines.
  • Renews all hospital and clinic contracts. Presently that involves 23 facilities.
  • Receives every “flagged” background check and must meet with each student to discuss.
  • Required to meet with any flagged nursing student before they can apply to the program and must make a determination if the student would be eligible to sit for licensure.
  • Grant writing and grant reporting.
  • Evaluate and assists in revising existing courses and curriculum development and changes.
  • Monitors student enrollment, retention, attrition, and job placement data.
  • Provide leadership for program advisory groups and for program planning and assessment processes.
  • Ensure that the Allied Health and Nursing programs, its students, faculty, and staff comply with the requirements and policies of the district, the state, and our clinical sites and partners.
  • Develop and manage resources and budgets, including general, restricted, grants and capital funds.
  • Oversee and evaluate the selective admissions processes for the programs.
  • Oversee the planning and approval of classes and assignment of faculty.
  • Ensure that classrooms, laboratories, clinical sites and equipment are appropriate to meet the student and faculty needs.
  • Provide leadership for the college and the community through services on committees and in other capacities as appropriate.
  • Establish and maintain working relationship with members of the community to strengthen resources through education, partnerships, and financial funding.
  • Participate in state-wide meetings and workshops pertaining to disciplines and program offerings.
  • Develop new programs and expand existing program, as appropriate for the district, in partnership with health care providers, other agencies, and other segments of education, and keep articulation agreements current.
  • Communicates faculty and students' concerns to the VPAA in a timely manner.
  • Advocate at the state level for changes as they pertain to the Allied Health and Nursing programs.
  • Other duties as assigned.


EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Qualifications:
BRN: Section 1425
The Dean of Allied Health and Nursing shall have:

1. A Master's or higher degree from an accredited college or university that includes course work in nursing, education, or administration;
2. A minimum of one year's leadership experience.
3. A minimum of two years teaching experience.
4. Equivalent experience and/or education.

SPECIAL SKILLS OR REQUIREMENTS:

  • Technical aspects of all fields of specialty.
  • Knowledge of all accrediting standards for all Allied Health and the Nursing program.
  • Ability ensure adherence to College and District policies, practices and procedures, hold others responsible yet instills confidence among the faculty and staff.
  • Ability to support the College's mission.
  • Ability to work cooperatively and responsively with all segments of the College, District and
  • community at large.
  • Ability to participate in the process, development, and achievement of the college vision, and communicate that to faculty and staff.
  • Commitment to the community college concept, including the open door philosophy and a diverse curriculum for a heterogeneous student population.
  • Community resources that integrate with college services.
  • Commitment to a comprehensive, student-oriented environment that facilitates learning and student development.
  • Dedication to keeping students informed while seeking their opinions and providing a range of student services.
  • Dedication to the improvement of the educational process.
  • Facilitate communication and understanding of perspectives among faculty, staff, students, and the community, within the framework of a multi-college district.
  • Interpersonal skills using tact, patience and courtesy.
  • Sensitivity to all facets of the community including the needs of various groups that comprises it.


Additional Information
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS TO APPLICANTS:

Application must be completed in one sitting. Incomplete or unsubmitted applications cannot be saved.

Applicants may find it helpful to refer back to the job posting, specifically the special instructions, while applying. Consider saving the job description or opening a new browser window.
Be sure you have the following materials prepared and ready to attach BEFORE beginning your application.

*NOTE* application materials with pictures or personal information will render your application incomplete.

Position specific required documents:

  • Complete and current resume/C.V.
  • 1-2 page cover letter addressing how you meet the qualifications for this position.


Official transcripts will be required if you are offered employment.

Candidates invited for interview who live greater than 75 miles (one-way) from the interview site will be reimbursed up to $250 for travel expenses.

Under Federal Law, employers are required to verify that all new employees are eligible for employment in the United States. Prior to appointment to a position, you must present acceptable proof of your identity and authorization to work in the United States.

GCCCD is an Equal Employment Opportunity and Title IX employer.

Applicants who are protected under the Americans with Disabilities Act and who require accommodations for completing the application process or interviewing should notify the Human Resources Department by calling (619) 644-7679.

Offers of employment are contingent upon successful fingerprint clearance. A processing fee plus Live Scan fee will be required.


To apply, click here.

Contact:

Human Resources
Grossmont/Cuyamaca Community College District
CA
United States

Director
Grossmont/Cuyamaca Community College District
Director, Campus Facilities, Ops. & Maint.  
  Posted Friday, May 03, 2019
 


DIRECTOR, CAMPUS FACILITIES, OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE

R-00761
San Diego County - Cuyamaca College


Transforming lives through learning isn't just the vision of the Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District. It happens every day with our 30,000 students who take the first step in their higher education, become trained for a new career, or learn knowledge that transforms their world perspective.

The Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District honors a diverse academic community and fosters equity mindedness across our institutions. As such, the District is committed to eliminating achievement gaps among different student groups by promoting a culture of appreciation for diversity, equity, inclusivity, and social justice, and continuously examining our processes and practices through an equity lens.

The District provides an excellent health and welfare benefits package to its employees. We take care of our employees and have continued to offer medical, dental and vision coverage to eligible employees and their dependents at no charge for any of the plans we offer.

Become a part of this dedicated team in beautiful San Diego County!

Your application must be completed in one sitting. The system will not save an incomplete or unsubmitted application. Please be attentive when applying as many of our positions require multiple attachments. Please review the special instructions to applicants on the job announcement for requirements. For the most seamless process, we strongly encourage you to prepare the required materials before beginning your application.

Job Summary
Application Deadline: May 23, 2019 at 11:59 p.m.

Department: Campus Facilities, Operations, and Maintenance (Administrative Services)

Months worked out of the Year: 12 months

FTE: 1.0

Work hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Shift Differential: None

Starting Salary Range:
Range: M-10; $110,681 (Step A) or $115,109 (Step B) or $119,714 (Step C) Annually
Based on education and experience

Tentative Interview Dates: June 19 and June 20.

Anticipated Start Date: ASAP; around late June or early July.
*note* from the first week of June to the first week of August, our district operates on a 4/10 schedule with Fridays off.
Job Description

SUMMARY:

  • Under the direction of the Vice President, Administrative Services; plan, develop, organize and supervise the workload of the Manager of Campus Operations, operations, college maintenance, athletic maintenance and grounds staff. Maintain sound facility management and operational services. Work directly with the District Senior Director of Facilities, Planning, Development and Maintenance to coordinate maintenance, alterations and improvements to existing facilities and new capital projects. Coordinate energy and water conservation efforts, Storm Water Protection Plan (SWPP) program and Recycling programs; ensure compliance with appropriate state and local regulations.
  • Incumbents in this position will be responsible for the operational and structural integrity of the college and compliance with health and safety regulations. Specific responsibilities include: coordination and supervision of the operations, facilities and grounds staff; general college operations; and chief liaison with District for all college maintenance and construction and all aspects and phases of campus-based facilities planning.


ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  • Direct, train, supervise, discipline and evaluate an administrator, supervisors and staff in the operations, college maintenance, athletic maintenance, and grounds departments to ensure the timely and efficient completion of assigned tasks relating to the overall upkeep and maintenance of the campus facilities and grounds.
  • Develop and implement a process to deliver, as standard practice, the highest level of quality operational, and maintenance services to the college community, to include an appropriate procedure and/or method to quickly respond to requests relating to the safety, maintenance, renovation, construction, cleanliness and appearance of the campus.
  • Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with Operations, Grounds, Maintenance, and staff; college faculty, staff and administration; and various district departments.
  • Establish a pro-active process, including involvement in and communication with campus & district constituencies to determine operational, grounds, maintenance and facility needs.
  • In consultation with Senior Director of Facilities Planning & Maintenance assist in the development and implementation of college and district classroom, equipment and furnishing standards.
  • In conjunction with Senior Director of Facilities Planning & Maintenance, review and analyze change order and progress payment requests, review progress, and resolve conflicts on large capital construction projects.
  • Coordinate and prioritize all campus facility, and district building maintenance requests (work orders); analyze projects and improvements for feasibility and service impact; provide appropriate communication and involvement with affected constituencies.
  • Development of specifications and bid documents for maintenance, capitol construction and repair contractual services; administer college initiated contracts; purchase supplies and materials.
  • Provide basic drafting specs for smaller alterations and capital improvement projects. Read blue prints and architectural plans.
  • Provide direction to contractors, subcontractors, architects, engineers, building inspectors and vendors on campus for all types of construction and campus renovation projects.
  • Perform project and construction management functions on select maintenance, renovation, and capital construction, and warranty repair projects. Provide college direction and input to outside program, project, and construction management personnel.
  • Interpret job-related laws, rules and regulations.
  • Manage multiple and complex projects assuring compliance with specifications, desired outcomes and completion dates.
  • Participate in various college and district committees, including outside agencies that involve short and long term planning implications affecting campus operations, maintenance and facilities.
  • Prepare and manage annual budgets for operations, maintenance, athletic maintenance, classroom maintenance, college utilities, College Proposition “”R” funds, custodial and grounds. Analyze, identify and recommend funding requirements to ensure that appropriate levels of operational, and maintenance services are met.
  • Provide leadership in college master plan development and implementation, chair the College Facilities Committee, develop and implement a short and long term college and district facilities maintenance plan.
  • Act as primary college resource for compliance with ADA regulations and OSHA safety procedures. Regularly inspect and ensure campus compliance with building code, fire code, storm water protection, and hazardous waste management. Implement safety compliance programs, disseminate safety information and provide training in the areas of health and safety practices.
  • Maintain space inventory reports, initiate, schedule, budget, and review requests for maintenance services and set-ups for special events. Utilize room-scheduling system to assist in the overall management of facilities maintenance, construction and regularly scheduled cleaning.
  • Initiate, assign, budget, and evaluate projects and services relating to the overall campus maintenance, renovation and construction.
  • Liaison with Senior Director of Facilities Planning, Development and Maintenance for all college and district building projects and improvements.
  • Observe and ensure compliance with health and safety practices and procedures.
  • Perform regular inspections of all campus and district building facilities and grounds.
  • Initiate and implement effective operational policies and procedures.
  • Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with Operations, Grounds, Maintenance, Athletic Maintenance and Facilities staff; college faculty, staff and administration; and district departments.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  • Chair various college committees, including safety committee, and all construction related college task forces.
  • Perform other related duties as assigned by the President and/or Dean, Administrative Services.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

  • Any combination equivalent to: a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with a major in engineering, construction facilities management or a closely related field. Five years increasing responsibility in a facilities management position, preferably in an educational setting.


SPECIAL SKILLS OR REQUIREMENTS:

  • Valid California driver's license and ability to qualify for district vehicle insurance coverage; safe driving practices.
  • Work includes indoor and outdoor environment; sitting or standing for extended periods of time; subject to occasional lifting of objects weighing up to 75lbs; carrying, pushing, climbing and noise from equipment; exposure to fumes from chemicals and cleaning agents.
  • Work effectively with students, faculty, and staff from diverse backgrounds and disabilities to promote access and equity.
  • Demonstrate sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students and staff.
  • Uniform Building, Fire and Mechanical Codes.
  • Principles and practices of supervision, training, discipline administration and facility operations management.
  • General HVAC system operations.
  • EMS system operations
  • SWPP requirements
  • Budgeting and project accounting principles, purchasing and warehouse practices.
  • Methods, materials, equipment and techniques for maintaining buildings in a safe, clean and orderly condition.
  • Health and safety practices including the storage of hazardous materials, supplies and cleaning agents.
  • Strong interpersonal skills using tact, understanding, patience and courtesy.
  • Strong oral and written communication and presentation skills.
  • Ability to use a personal computer.

Additional Information
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS TO APPLICANTS:

Application must be completed in one sitting. Incomplete or unsubmitted applications cannot be saved.

Applicants may find it helpful to refer back to the job posting, specifically the special instructions, while applying. Consider saving the job description or opening a new browser window.
Be sure you have the following materials prepared and ready to attach BEFORE beginning your application. *note* application materials with pictures or personal information will render your application incomplete.

Position specific required documents:

  • Complete and current resume
  • 1-3 page cover letter. In your cover letter please address your education and experience related to oversight of facilities, maintenance, and construction projects; please provide specific examples. Also, please note specific examples of your experience with 1) General HVAC system operations, 2) EMS System Operation, 3) SWPP (Storm Water Protection Plant) requirements. *Note* the cover letter is also used while screening your application materials to gain information about your qualifications.

*note* please upload .doc or PDF files. If you are working on Google Docs or Mac files please be sure to save under .doc or PDF for file to upload correctly.

Under Federal Law, employers are required to verify that all new employees are eligible for employment in the United States. Prior to appointment to a position, you must present acceptable proof of your identity and authorization to work in the United States.

GCCCD is an Equal Employment Opportunity and Title IX employer.

Applicants who are protected under the Americans with Disabilities Act and who require accommodations for completing the application process or interviewing should notify the Human Resources Department by calling (619) 644-7679.

Offers of employment are contingent upon successful fingerprint clearance. A processing fee plus Live Scan fee will be required.

To apply, click here .

Contact:

Human Resources
Grossmont/Cuyamaca Community College District
CA
United States

Other Administrative Position
System Administrator III      Posted Thursday, May 02, 2019
 

System Administrator III                                                       

A Full-Time Classified Administrator Position              

CLA18-319

Review Date: May 29, 2019

Position Description:

Under the supervision of the Director, Enterprise Systems, this position is responsible for the highest level of research, planning, implementation and administration of Information Technology data centers, hardware and software systems; provide a leadership role in the Systems Administration group; provides training and support of Information Technology hardware and software systems; performs other related duties as assigned.

Experience:

Five (5) years of experience administering data center systems and services and providing technical user support services and/or installing, configuring, maintaining, upgrading, and repairing of personal computer equipment, audio/visual devices, hardware peripheral equipment, and software applications.

Education:

Education equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution (including trade school) which includes coursework in Computer Science, Management Information Systems, Computer operations or a related field is required. Two years direct experience in addition to that identified above may be substituted for one year (30 units) of college.  Short-term workshops will not be accepted as fulfilling any part of the education requirement.  

Please view further details and complete job announcement: 

http://50.73.55.13/counter.php?id=160096

Application Process:  Application materials must be submitted by the end of the day in the Human Resources Offices on May 29, 2019. Applicants are encouraged to complete their application online. 

Please visit our website at

http://www.canyons.edu/Offices/HumanResources.

for additional open positions

If you require assistance, please call the Human Resources Office at (661)362-3427 or our TTY Line at (661)362-5178.  Applicants may check the status of their application online and may expect to be notified within approximately 4 weeks following the review date as to the status of their application.

The Santa Clarita Community College District does not discriminate on the basis of race, religious creed, color, ethnic or national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, uniformed service member status, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, marital status, sex, pregnancy, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other protected basis under the law. 

Applicants who have disabilities who need accommodation in order to complete the selection process should contact the Human Resources office directly at (661) 362-3427.

Contact:

http://50.73.55.13/counter.php?id=137069 College of the Canyons

VP Other
Yuba Community College District
Vice President of Academic & Student Services  
  Posted Monday, April 29, 2019
 


College Vice President of Academic and Student Services

Location: Woodland Community College - Woodland, CA

Job Description:
BASIC FUNCTION: The Vice President of Academic and Student Services will report directly to the College President. The Vice President serves as the Chief Operating Officer for the College, providing general oversight for the College's academic and student services programs. The Vice President manages and evaluates the work of the Instructional and Student Services Deans and other managers.

Essential Duties Summary:
ESSENTIAL DEMONSTRATED LEADERSHIP COMPETENCIES:
• Student Access and Success: The Vice President will have a deep commitment to student access and success, for students enrolled in the College, for those who have not yet arrived, and those who have graduated and/or transferred to a four-year college or university.
• Risk-taking: The Vice President will be committed to identifying gaps in student outcomes on the basis of factors such as race, ethnicity and gender, and then mobilize the college to improve results.
• Team-building: The Vice President and his/her administrative team will foster among faculty and staff a culture of innovation and effective implementation driving towards common goals of improving student access and success.
• Establishes a Sense of Urgency: The Vice President will work to establish and maintain among leaders, faculty, and staff a healthy sense of urgency to improve student access and success.
• Plans for Lasting Change: The Vice President will have strong strategic ability to plan for change in ways that ensure broad buy-in and action that significantly improves student access and success.
• Results-oriented: The Vice President will develop a culture of inquiry and evidence to support a results-oriented approach across the institution.
• Effective Communicator: The Vice President will effectively engage with the College’s internal and external stakeholders, strategically communicating in ways that advance student access and success.
• Financial and Operational Ability: The Vice President will align resources and expenditures to achieve significantly improved results in student outcomes, implementing well-designed institutional changes at scale, and ensuring they are embedded for the long term.
• Entrepreneurship: The Vice President will be an entrepreneurial and highly effective fundraiser, with a particular capacity to raise revenue and develop resources that support strategies for improving student access and success.
• Leading Beyond College Boundaries: The Vice President will use the institution’s influence and resources to pave the way for ongoing student access and success by forging partnerships with outside entities, including K-12 school districts, four-year colleges, community-based organizations, and employers.

RESPONSIBILITIES WILL INCLUDE BUT NOT BE LIMITED TO THE FOLLOWING:
• Serve as the Chief Operating Officer of the College.
• Serve as the Chief Academic and Student Services Officer for the College, overseeing academic and student support services programs.
• Provide vision and leadership for a diverse, dynamic and innovative community of managers, faculty,
staff, and students.
• Interpret and analyze pertinent educational laws, legislation, policies, regulations and procedures to determine the impact on the College and to formulate compliance and reporting strategies.
• Complete timely and accurate State and Federal reports in the area of responsibility.
• Serve as College Accreditation Liaison Officer (ALO), assuming responsibility for the preparation of ACCJC Institutional Self-Evaluation Report, Mid-Term and Substantive Change Reports.
• Lead the College’s educational planning, program review and accreditation processes and work to
ensure articulation between educational planning goals and objectives and those of other District
organizational units.
• Promote innovation and improved services to students and the community and cooperates with staff, faculty and other managers to develop processes to ensure the attainment of positive student outcomes and to support student success.
• Manage and participate in the continued evaluation and improvement of College-wide educational programs and services.
• Work with deans, directors, and managers to ensure updated College curricula that meets all state
mandates.
• Promote the assessment of student learning outcomes and service area outcomes to determine the effectiveness of student learning and student service programs.
• Provide general oversight in the preparation of each semester/term class schedule and ensures
effective enrollment management.
• Actively participate in and support College shared governance components and activities and other collaborative processes.
• Participate in the hiring, training, management and evaluation of College managers, faculty and
classified staff.
• Coordinate the evaluation of all assigned staff and assess the effectiveness of the assignments to programs and services.
• Oversee and facilitate College faculty coordinator recruitments, interviews, agreements, reviews and
evaluations.
• Oversee the College’s operating budgets for educational programs and services.
• Interpret and administer the provisions of collective bargaining agreements and contracts as appropriate.
• Employ appropriate techniques and strategies to resolve disputes and to enhance communication and
cooperation among the members of the College and District communities.
• Coordinate the handling of student complaints and the administering of student discipline.
• Coordinate Convocation, Welcome Week, Commencement and faculty orientations.
• Review all College Service Agreements, Grants, and Memoranda of Understanding and recommend for approval or denial to the College President.
• Represent the College on District-wide committees and project teams, as well as to community groups,
professional organizations, other colleges and K-12 schools.
• Assume other duties and responsibilities as may be assigned by the College President.
• Demonstrate sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability and ethnic backgrounds of community college students.

Required Qualifications:
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: The successful candidate, by the final filing date, must possess the minimum qualifications for Educational Administrators at California Community Colleges:
• Possession of a Master’s degree; AND
• One year of formal training, internship, or leadership experience reasonably related to the administrator’s administrative assignment.

Desired/Preferred Qualifications:
DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
• Doctoral degree from an accredited institution
• 3-5 years of Administrative experience
• Knowledge of ACCJC Accreditation regulations
• Knowledge of California Education Code and Title V
• Knowledge of working with HSI (Hispanic Serving Institutions) colleges
• Collegiality and collaboration with diverse constituencies, both internal and external
• Effective communication, both orally and in writing
• Strong and articulate proponent of higher education
• Experience working in a shared-governance environment
• Teaching, counseling or administrative experience in higher education, preferably in a community college setting

Physical Demands:


Range/Step: Range 45, Management Salary Schedule

Salary Range: $128,652 - $156,761/YEAR

Benefits Information:
BENEFITS/SALARY: The District offers a comprehensive benefits package for employees and dependent, valued at over $24,273 annually with currently no out of pocket expenses to employees or dependents for monthly premiums. The package includes health, dental, vision, two (2) life insurance policies and an Employee Assistance program. Additional benefits include contributions to the State Teacher’s Retirement System (STRS) or the Public Employees Retirement System (PERS), 457/403b options, 12 sick days, 22 vacation days, 223 day/12 month contract.

Posting Number: AS347P
Open Date: 04/23/2019
Close Date: 6/13/2019
Review Start Date: 06/13/2019
Open Until Filled: Yes

Special Instructions to Applicants:
A complete application includes the following: Management Application, Resume, Transcripts, Equal Employment Opportunity statement (attached in a Word document) and a Cover letter/letter of interest that addresses the required Leadership and Management Competencies, specifically how your experience and professional qualifications have prepared you to serve in this capacity, not to exceed 5 pages. All application materials must be received no later than the first review date of the applications.

To apply, visit https://yccd.peopleadmin.com/postings/2134

EEO Statement As an equal opportunity employer with a diverse staff and student population, the Yuba Community College District is committed to creating an inclusive and effective learning and working environment for all.

Contact:

Human Resources
Yuba Community College District
CA
United States

Other Administrative Position
Southwestern College
Special Assistant To The Superintendent/President  
  Posted Friday, April 26, 2019
 


SPECIAL ASSISTANT TO THE SUPERINTENDENT/PRESIDENT

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Under direction of the Superintendent/President (President), provides overall support for the operations of the Superintendent/President's Office; plan, organize, direct, and monitor the activities and operations of areas as assigned by the Superintendent/President; serves as a senior advisor to the President and reports directly to the President on a wide variety of administrative and executive duties, special projects, and initiatives involving the President's office and its priorities; coordinates the execution of District-wide projects undertaken by the President; and addresses questions, concerns, issues, and requests on the President's behalf.

DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS:
The Special Assistant to the Superintendent/President is an equity minded, dynamic leader who thinks strategically, partners with the President and Cabinet, and collaborates with individuals across campus to actively drive the strategic plan forward, building an atmosphere of coordination and clear understanding of the College's mission, vision, and goals. This position represents the President with various constituencies including the Governing Board, management, faculty, staff, students, alumni, and various external entities. In addition, the Special Assistant to the Superintendent/President counsels and advises the President on day-to-day operations, ensuring efficiency and effectiveness and optimizing resources including the management of the budget for the President's Office. The Special Assistant to the Superintendent/President serves as principal management support to the President in handling a range of faculty, staff, student, and public and governmental affairs issues, directly handling matters of institutional importance on behalf of the President, as appropriate.

REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES:
1. Provide leadership to areas as assigned by the Superintendent/President; plan, organize, direct, implement, and monitor the activities, operations, and services of assigned areas.
2. Serve as the Superintendent/President's Office liaison; represent the President with various constituencies including the Governing Board, management, faculty, staff, students, alumni, and various external entities; ensure the accurate, proper, and timely flow of information to and from the President's Office.
3. Coordinate and play a lead role in government relations for the President's Office and the District; oversee and lead the President's Office Communications & Government Relations Department in the creation of executive-level communications including talks, speeches, reports, and presentations.
4. Serve as principal management support to the President in handling a range of faculty, staff, student, public, and governmental affairs issues; directly handles matters of institutional importance on behalf of the President, as appropriate.
5. Support the Superintendent/President in recommending, designing, establishing, and maintaining an effective organizational structure and staffing to accomplish the organization's goals and objectives.
6. Serve as liaison to the Governing Board on key executive matters as delegated by the President.
7. Assist the President with correspondence including matters dealing with issues and subject matter requiring considerable sensitivity, discretion, judgment, or negotiation.
8. Build and nurture relationships to serve as a resource for the President and point of contact as designated for key constituents to resolve complex issues and help move forward strategic priorities.
9. At the direction of the President, assist in all aspects of College administration; perform and direct special projects as assigned by the President.
10. Perform related duties and responsibilities as required.

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:
Any combination equivalent to: a Bachelor's degree with major course work in public administration, business administration, education, or a related field; and five years of administrative experience working with executive level leaders.

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
Master's degree; experience working with higher education executives at an academic institution; experience with government relations and external relations; experience as chief of staff or similar; experience in governmental affairs; experience balancing strategic leadership with detailed involvement in support of accountabilities.

SALARY & BENEFITS:
$9,279.35-$13,195.10 (salary placement is based on background, education & experience). An excellent benefits package which includes medical, vision, dental, retirement, vacation, generous sick leave package, and life insurance is available for the employee and eligible dependents.

STARTING DATE: As soon as the successful candidate is identified and following the subsequent governing board approval.

APPLICATION DEADLINE:
All application materials must be received on-line at https://jobs.swccd.edu/postings/2748. Position is open until filled. Applications received by the first screening deadline of 11:59 p.m. on Friday, May 17, 2019 are guaranteed to be reviewed by the selection committee. Any application received after the deadline is not guaranteed a review.

FAXED MATERIALS ARE NOT ACCEPTED.

APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Submit the following application materials on-line at https://jobs.swccd.edu/postings/2748:

(1) Letter of application (cover letter)
(2)SWC on-line application
(3)Resume
(4)Unofficial copies of college transcripts with date degree conferred

It is the sole responsibility of the applicant to ensure that all application materials are received by the deadline date. A separate, complete application packet is required for each position for which you are applying for.

All materials included in your application packet become District property,
will not be returned, will not be copied, and will be considered for this opening only.

We reserve the right to re-open, re-advertise, delay or cancel filling this position.
If additional positions become available in this classification, applications received in response to this posting may be considered for those additional positions for up to 90 days after final board approval.

INTERVIEW TRAVEL COSTS MUST BE BORNE BY THE APPLICANT.

As an Equal Opportunity Employer and in compliance with the American with Disabilities Act,
Southwestern Community College District will make reasonable accommodations for individuals with disabilities.

Contact:

Human Resources
Southwestern College
CA
United States

VP/VC Administrative/Business Services
Associate Vice President of Fiscal Services     Posted Wednesday, April 24, 2019
 

Associate Vice President of Fiscal Services

Salary: $106,517.95 - $129,472.83 Annually

Close Date: 05/22/2019

Under the general direction of the Superintendent/President, the Associate Vice President of Fiscal Services is responsible for the administration and supervision of the District’s payroll, financial reporting, external audits, and accounting services. The Associate Vice President monitors and directs the daily business and financial operations and is responsible for providing support for, and oversight of, the execution of the annual fiscal accounting closing process and audit.  The Associate Vice President manages the financial resources available to the District in a manner that leads to the maximization of resources devoted to the provision of educational services.  This position integrates both business and administrative support functions such as Finance and Accounting, Risk Management, and purchasing.

Distinguishing Characteristics

This position is the Chief Business Officer of the District, responsible for integrating a complex array of services that support the delivery of education.  This position is regularly involved in developing strategies and action plans with the Superintendent/President for effective use of funds and other resources to assure viable operation of the District.  There will be continuous and high level contact with other administrators, advisory boards, and external agencies to accomplish the objectives of the position.

Education and Experience:

This position requires a Master’s degree in business or public administration and at least eight years of progressively responsible experience in financial management and oversight of business support.  Experience in a school setting either at the District office level or school site administration is highly preferred. A CPA Certificate is desirable.

Qualifications:

Knowledge and Skills

Requires:

• Advanced understanding of modern business management for non-profit entities, including the principles and practices associated with integrating related, yet dissimilar business functions

• In-depth knowledge of the regulations governing finance and operations within a school District, including the California Education Code

• Skill at solving complex problems that involve consideration of tradeoffs, risks, and effects on services and people

• Sufficient written and oral interpersonal skills to prepare extremely complex and decisive reports, prepare and deliver formal presentations to large and diverse audiences, complete difficult negotiations, and build productive and effective work teams

 

Abilities

Requires the ability to:

• Carry out the duties of the position and accomplish its objectives. 

• Integrate a wide variety of sub-functions

• Organize, train, direct, and motivate staff to achieve high levels of productivity

• Develop and analyze financial statements

• Integrate multiple sub-functions into a single entity

Physical Abilities

• Requires sufficient visual acuity to recognize words and numbers; also requires speech and auditory abilities to carry on conversations in large audience, personal, and phone conversations

Duties:

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

• Provides reports and statistical and financial data, as required, to provide budget status information and support in accounting preparation

• Meets regularly with the Superintendent/President to provide financial data, and to recommend plans, or courses of action, affecting fiscal or other matters

• Coordinates with the Associate Vice President of Facilities and Operations in the development of a campus facilities plan, construction and use plan, and in negotiation and processing of contractual agreements related to facilities or financial arrangements

• Provides information to, and responds to questions from, the Board of Trustees upon approval by the Superintendent/President, regarding the financial condition of the District and other matters within assigned functional areas.

• Works with other college administrators and staff to develop plans and assumptions for the annual budget

• Administers the preparations, development, and monitoring of the budget, payroll, accounts payable, accounts receivables, and other financial related services; may administer the Foundation budget in accordance with policy

• Directs the development and implementation of the District’s Chart of Accounts and ensures that compliance and reporting requirements will be met

• Analyzes, prepares, reviews, and evaluates comprehensive financial statements and reports related to the District’s income, accounts, and investments

• Directs the development and operation of the District’s revolving cash fund

• Ensures the completion and filing of claims for various special projects

• Represents the District at state and national meetings and conferences dealing with compliance, accounting, and other financial services’ issues

• Attends regular and special meetings of the Board of Trustees

• Serves as the administrator for the employee benefit programs, including group health insurance, disability insurance and other related or emerging employee benefit plans

• Administers the District’s risk management and loss prevention programs

• Supervises the maintenance of records of expenditures, income, and balances of all appropriations

• Supervises and directs the accounting functions of the District and develops new procedures or accounting programs as needed

• Responsible for the preparation of quarterly financial statements and year-end closing; provides information to external auditors, oversight of the District’s preferred payment plan, and ensures compliance with applicable policies and procedures

• Participates in collective bargaining negotiations upon Superintendent/President’s purview

• Responsible for the leadership and oversight of the District payroll office

• Serves as a member of the District’s Executive Cabinet, participating in activities that result in the development of policies, programs, procedures, and strategic directions

• Performs other duties as assigned by the Superintendent/President

Required Documents: Cover Letter, Resume/CV, Unofficial Transcripts (Degree Posted)

Apply online:

https://lassencollege.hiretouch.com/job-details?jobid=162

Contact:

https://lassencollege.hiretouch.com/job-details?jo Lassen Community College District

Dean - other
San Francisco Community College District
Associate Dean, Nursing Pathways  
  Posted Monday, April 22, 2019
 

 

SAN FRANCISCO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT

 


Posting Number:
AD00008P

Position Title:
Associate Dean, Nursing Pathways (School of Health and Nursing)

Filing Deadline (All postings close at 4:00 PM):
05/13/2019

Job Type:
Administrative - Associate Dean

Job Duties

1. Assess, evaluate, revise and maintain standards and policies for each nursing program.
2. Serves as the Registered Nursing Program Director to the Board of Registered Nursing.
3. Serves as lead accreditation officer for nursing programs. Responsible for maintaining successful nursing programs accreditation.
4. Supervises and collaborates with the department chairs, faculty, and staff of stated programs.
5. Responsible for facilitating achievement of annual objectives that guide effective planning, program management and evidence-based decision-making.
6. Leads or supports transition and any physical relocation of Nursing program(s).
7. At direction of the Dean, and in consultation with chairs, leads area meetings and works directly with employers, associations, and community based organizations to strengthen field partnerships and clinical agreements.
8. Supports an innovative culture focused on student success; completion of college awards, degrees, and transfer; and facilitates opportunities for professional development for the faculty and staff.
9. Ensures regulatory reports are submitted for the programs supervised in a timely manner. Ensures college readiness on self-study accreditation reports for the BRN & BVNPT through close working relationships with department chairs and faculty.
10. Maintains official area records while providing required documents to BRN and BVNPT.
11. Develops, updates, and assures regular training through chairs by use of standardized department and area "handbooks of practice" so that each department holds common practices that align with the profession, college policy, AFT contract, and CCSF Faculty Handbook.
12. Oversees and facilitates pathway discussions across the programs such that clear pathways develop from CNA to LVN to RN (ADN) and to BSN. Engage in a holistic discussion in the planning and design of this effort to include students, discipline faculty, counselors, staff and employers.
13. Works with chairs in setting priorities for resource needs; pursues grants and external funding to support pathway goals.
14. Supervises timely reviews by chairs of all contracts for compliance; assists chairs in negotiating with agencies utilized for clinical experience.
15. Initiates and develops institutional relationships with area health providers in collaboration with department chairs.
16. Supports department chairs in ensuring program and area facilities and skills labs are functional, current, and utilized appropriately.
17. Participates in, promotes and/or arranges for student and faculty participation in community projects such as health fairs, career fairs, among others.
18. Coordinates required advisory committee meetings.
19. In consultation with department chairs, presents information about nursing programs to community groups and participates in associated workshops and professional meetings.
20. In collaboration with department chairs, communicates with Bachelor of Science Nursing (BSN) programs in the region.

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Other Administrative Position
Sierra College
Interim Deputy Title IX Coordinator  
  Posted Thursday, April 18, 2019
 

INTERIM DEPUTY TITLE IX COORDINATOR 1819-62 (Up to 2-year Appointment)

HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT

 

Sierra College is seeking a full-time Interim Deputy Title IX Coordinator in the Human Resources Department. Sierra College is a Community College located near Sacramento, California where a heavy emphasis is placed on academic excellence and student success. Since its founding in 1936, Sierra College has focused on quality instruction and meeting the evolving needs of the students and communities that it serves. The Sierra Community College District covers more than 3,200 square miles and serves the Northern California foothill counties of Placer and Nevada, as well as parts of El Dorado and Sacramento. We serve over 18,000 students throughout the region in both on-ground and online courses, including students at our main Rocklin Campus as well as at three centers located in Grass Valley, Tahoe/Truckee, and Roseville.

Sierra College has a strong commitment to the achievement of equity and inclusion among its faculty, staff, and students and values the rich, diverse backgrounds that make up the campus community. A strong candidate for this position must demonstrate a profound understanding of and experience with successfully supporting individuals with varying backgrounds. This includes persons with disabilities, various gender identities and sexual orientations, as well as individuals from historically underrepresented communities and other groups. Our District is committed to providing strategies for success and proactive student-centered practices and policies focused on eliminating equity gaps.

As an institution, Sierra College is committed to eliminating the equity gap in all student populations with dynamic, learner-centered practices and policies that fully engage the college community.  The ideal candidate will share the College’s commitment to helping its racially and socioeconomically diverse students develop the critical skills necessary to succeed in their degree and career objectives. Currently, Sierra College enrolls 18,300 students per term: 26% of Sierra College’s students are Latinx, 3% are African-American, 2% are Filipino, 5% are Asian-American, 1% are Native American, 6% are multiracial and 57% are White. As a Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI), Sierra College understands that it has a great responsibility to the educational attainment and economic well-being of our students.

The successful candidate will join a department committed to equity-minded and trauma informed practices that successfully support students, applicants and employees. Sierra College demonstrates its commitment to equity by supporting ongoing professional development for students, faculty, and staff. These opportunities include trainings and workshops on equity and inclusion, SC4 (Sierra College Community, Creativity, Culture, and Collaboration Training), active Academic Senate standing committees concerned with student success and equity, a Presidential Equity Advisory Committee (PEAC), culturally responsive student engagement centers, support for our undocumented and AB540 students, campus-wide equity summits, a robust set of programs, events, and conferences related to equity-mindedness and supporting the success of our diverse students.

Under the general administrative direction of the Director of EEO, Diversity and Title IX, this position plans, manages, oversees, provides leadership for and facilitates the District’s Title IX program. This position acts as the Deputy Title IX Coordinator and is responsible for assisting the Title IX Coordinator by providing leadership and ensuring District compliance with all legal requirements under Title IX of the Educational Amendments Act of 1972. This includes being responsible for conducting investigations, creating reports and responding to complaints; issuing resolution and implementation of remedial measures; implementing appropriate policies, procedures and training programs; and providing highly responsible and complex administrative support to the Director of EEO, Diversity and Title IX related to Title IX compliance and best practices.

EXAMPLES OF FUNCTIONS AND TASKS

representative Duties - The following duties are typical for this classification. Incumbents may not perform all of the listed duties and/or may be required to perform additional or different duties from those set forth below to address business needs and changing business practices.

  1. Develops and provides initial and on-going training to District staff at all District sites regarding harassment prevention; participates in staff and student orientation activities.

  1. Assists with development, recommends and implements District-wide policies regarding non-discrimination, sexual harassment prevention and Title IX compliance; works in collaboration with various District departments and divisions to implement recommendations. Responds to alleged discrimination and sexual harassment complaints by investigating, analyzing and resolving complaints filed under the District’s unlawful discrimination and harassment complaint policies and procedures and in a trauma-informed manner; recommends appropriate corrective action to such complaints; prepares reports of findings, conclusions and recommendations for internal documentation or for outside federal and state agencies.

  1. Prepares, responds to and represents the District in state and federal civil rights agencies’ investigations involving alleged discrimination; consults and collaborates with legal counsel on legal matters and judicial processes and/or proceedings, supplying technical information to support the District’s interest.

  1. Attends and participates in professional group meetings; maintains awareness of new trends and developments in the field of Title IX compliance, policies and procedures; incorporates new developments as appropriate.

  1. Manages the development and implementation of departmental goals, objectives and priorities for the Title IX area; recommends and administers policies and procedures.

  1. Selects, trains, motivates and evaluates assigned personnel; provides or coordinates staff training; works with employees to correct deficiencies.

  1. Assists with overseeing and participates in the development and administration of the department budget; approves the forecast of funds needed for staffing, equipment, materials and supplies; approves expenditures and implements budgetary adjustments, as appropriate and necessary.

  1. May participate and provide input in the collective bargaining process as it relates to the duties of Title IX compliance.

  1. Collaborates with the Professional and Organizational Development Department to develop and implement staff training and development programs and employee orientation programs to meet the needs of personal, professional and organizational development related to Title IX compliance and best practices.

  1. Provides staff assistance to the Director of EEO, Diversity and Title IX; prepares and presents staff reports and other necessary correspondence.

  1. Serves as staff on and/or collaborates with a variety of committees; prepares and presents staff reports and other necessary correspondence.

  1. Assists with managing oversight of the District's efforts to comply with legal and regulatory obligations in support of the District's mission, vision and policies as they relate to Title IX; develops, recommends and ensures Title IX compliance and training programs and strategies, which meet federal and State mandates.

  1. Assists with the development of appropriate policies and procedures for compliance under Title IX, VAWA and the Clery Act. Effectively communicates with key stakeholders of the District, local resources and local law enforcement entities to ensure the needs and concerns of the District are addressed.

  1. Objectively and effectively oversees and coordinates investigations of allegations and complaints of alleged unlawful discrimination, sexual harassment and other violations of rights relative to assigned program areas; prepares reports and makes findings and recommendations related to law and legal precedence; ensures investigations are timely, impartial and thorough and conducted in a trauma-informed manner.

  1. Makes recommendations and coordinates appropriate interim and remedial measures. Develops resolution for complex harassment and discrimination cases.  Provides advice to individuals, including the Reporting Party, Accused Party, or a third party, about reporting options, processes, rights and resources available at the District and in the community.

  1. Maintains and oversees case management database to organize, manage and track incidents. Prepares statistical reports. Tracks cases, data and trends to identify patterns, and makes recommendations accordingly and addresses any patterns or systemic problems revealed by such reports and complaints.

  1. Assists with leading and coordinating all Title IX training efforts, including reporting procedures, educational materials and training for administrators, students, employees and employment applicants.

  1. Remains knowledgeable of current state and federal laws, regulations and trends in the field of higher education related to sexual harassment, sexual violence and other discriminatory practices, including but not limited to Title IX, the Clery Act, the VAWA and general legal requirements. 

  1. Occasionally assists with the coordination and implementation of the District’s EEO and equity programs and activities for faculty and staff at all District sites to educate and support EEO, equity and inclusion initiatives; consults with administration, staff and collective bargaining organizations.

  1. Performs related duties as required.

QUALIFICATIONS - The following generally describes the knowledge and ability required to enter the job and/or be learned within a short period of time in order to successfully perform the assigned duties.

Education and Experience Guidelines: Any combination of education and experience that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be:

Education/Training:

A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in human resources, law, personnel administration, business administration or a related field.

Experience:

Three years of  professional human resources, legal, investigatory or related management experience in the public or private sector related to the relevant duties of the position. 

Knowledge of:

  • Operations, services and activities of a comprehensive human resource administration program.
  • Methods to successfully support individuals with varying backgrounds, which includes persons with disabilities, various gender identities, sexual orientation, individuals from historically underrepresented communities and other groups.  
  • Advanced principles and practices of program development and administration.
  • Operational characteristics of human resource information systems.
  • Principles and practices of public agency budget preparation and administration.
  • Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) laws and procedures, U.S. Code Title VII, IX and the California Title V requirements, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), California Code of Regulations Title 5, the Clery Act (and the Campus Save Act), the Family Educational Rights & Privacy Act (FERPA) and the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) requirements and other applicable state and federal laws and regulations.
  • Methods and techniques of facilitating small group processes for resolving problems and optimizing actions with diverse groups.
  • Principles of supervision, training and performance evaluation.
  • Office procedures, methods and equipment including computers and applicable software applications such as word processing, spreadsheets and databases.
  • Principles of business letter writing and complex report preparation.
  • Pertinent federal, state and local laws, codes and regulations.
  • Trauma-informed practices and techniques.

Ability to:

  • Manage a comprehensive Title IX administration program for a college or other related public service agency.
  • Conduct training and team building in Title VII, Title IX and other applicable state and federal laws and regulations and harassment prevention matters.
  • Assist with developing and administering departmental goals, objectives and procedures.
  • Objectively and effectively investigate complaints of illegal discrimination, harassment and other violations of rights relative to assigned program areas in a trauma-informed manner.
  • Analyze and assess programs, policies and operational needs and make appropriate adjustments.
  • Identify and respond to sensitive community and organizational issues, concerns and needs.
  • Plan, organize, direct and coordinate the work of lower level staff.
  • Delegate authority and responsibility.
  • Select, supervise, train and evaluate staff.
  • Analyze problems, identify alternative solutions, project consequences of proposed actions and implement recommendations in support of goals.
  • Research, analyze and evaluate new service delivery methods and techniques.
  • Represent the District and form partnerships with external agency/organization representatives, District constituents and the general public.
  • Prepare clear and concise administrative and financial reports.
  • Prepare and administer budgets.
  • Interpret and apply applicable federal, state and local policies, laws and regulations.
  • Apply an equity-minded framework and ensure programs, services and processes are designed and delivered to meet the varying needs of all constituents.
  • Interact and work effectively with a diverse population utilizing exceptional interpersonal and intercultural skills.
  • Exercise sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation and ethnic backgrounds of community college students, faculty and staff.
  • Operate office equipment including computers and supporting word processing, spreadsheet and database applications.
  • Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.
  • Develop and deliver trainings effectively in a manner that is culturally-responsive to the audience being reached.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORKING ENVIRONMENT - The conditions herein are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential job functions.

Environment: Work is performed primarily in a standard office setting.

Physical: Primary functions require sufficient physical ability and mobility to work in an office setting; to stand or sit for prolonged periods of time; to occasionally stoop, bend, kneel, crouch, reach and twist; to lift, carry, push and/or pull light to moderate amounts of weight; to operate office equipment requiring repetitive hand movement and fine coordination including use of a computer keyboard; and to verbally communicate to exchange information.

Vision: See in the normal visual range with or without correction; vision sufficient to read computer screens and printed documents and to operate assigned equipment.

Hearing: Hear in the normal audio range with or without correction.

COMPENSATION

Salary & Benefits:  Supervisory salary of $84,526.23 per year with annual step increases. The District offers a very competitive benefits package, which includes health & welfare as well as income protection, including retirement through CalPERS. Twenty-two (22) days of vacation and twelve (12) days of sick leave are provided annually.  Employment conditions (salary, work days and benefits) are subject to change. This is an interim position for up to two years.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

Candidates must submit a Sierra College Online Application available at:

https://sierracollege.hiretouch.com/

DEADLINE:    OPEN UNTIL FILLED. We encourage candidates to apply as soon as possible. 

Incomplete applications will not be considered.   Cover letters and resumes are not required but may be included if applicant so desires. Please note that letters of reference may be utilized during the reference checking process, but will not be provided to the hiring committee.

 

Candidates may scan & attach paper copies of official transcripts. Please do not have official transcripts mailed to the Sierra College Human Resources Department.

 

TRAVEL EXPENSES BORNE BY THE CANDIDATE

Persons with questions regarding reasonable accommodation of physical and other disabilities should contact The Sierra College Human Resources Department at (916) 660-7105.

Other terms and conditions of employment are specified in the applicable collective bargaining agreements on file in the District Human Resources Department.  Position description of record on file in the Human Resources Department.

*Sierra Community College District currently operates campuses in Rocklin, Roseville, Truckee and Grass Valley.   In its management of a multi-campus environment, the District reserves right of assignment including the right to change assignment locations and shift assignments based on District need.  Although this position may currently reside at the Rocklin campus, the assignment location may be subject to change as needed.  Additionally, the district reserves the right to cancel, revise or re-announce this position as well as any and all positions at any time. 

EEO EMPLOYER

 

Sierra College is an equal employment opportunity employer committed to nondiscrimination and the achievement of diversity among its faculty, staff, and students.

SIERRA COLLEGE HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT

(U BUILDING)

5100 SIERRA COLLEGE BOULEVARD

ROCKLIN, CA  95677

(916) 660-7105 / hr@sierracollege.edu

If you have limitations hearing or speaking, the State of California offers a specially-trained Communications Assistant (CA) that can relay telephone conversations for all of your calls. Dial 711 to reach the California Relay Service (CRS). Dialing 711 is for everyone, not just those who have difficulty hearing on a standard phone. If you prefer having your calls immediately answered in your mode of communication, dial one of the toll-free modality and language-specific numbers below. The call will be routed to the CRS provider.

Type of Call

 Language

Toll-free 800 Number

TTY/VCO/HCO to Voice

English

Spanish

1-800-735-2929

1-800-855-3000

Voice to TTY/VCO/HCO

English

Spanish

1-800-735-2922

1-800-855-3000

From or to
Speech-to- Speech

English & Spanish

1-800-854-7784

Contact:

Kara Miller
Sierra College
kmiller40@sierracollege.edu
 

Director
Santa Rosa Junior College
Director, Student Health Services  
  Posted Wednesday, April 17, 2019
 



DIRECTOR, STUDENT HEALTH SERVICES

Santa Rosa Junior College

 

Opening Date/Time: Wed. 04/10/19 12:00 AM Pacific Time

Closing Date/Time: 05/23/19

Salary: $9,501.00 - $11,548.00 Monthly

Job Type: Full-Time

Location: SRJC Santa Rosa Campus: 1501 Mendocino Avenue, Santa Rosa, California

Department: Student Health Services

Filing Deadline: Thursday, May 23, 2019

It is the candidate's responsibility to be sure that ALL required materials are submitted by 5:00 p.m. on the filing deadline to be given consideration.

TENTATIVE RECRUITMENT TIMELINE:

  • May 23: Application filing deadline
  • June 7-14: Candidate selection meeting
  • July 8-12: Committee interviews
  • Week of July 19: Semi-Finalist Interviews
  • Week of July 29: Final Interviews
COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS:

  • Salary Range: $9,501 - $11,548 per month (2018/19 Management Salary Schedule); maximum salary placement of $10,475 is based on assessment of previous experience as documented in application materials. An additional 2% compensation will be added to the base salary for an earned doctorate degree.
  • Fringe benefits: The District offers a competitive benefit package which includes health & welfare (medical/dental/vision/life/long-term disability) benefits for employees and eligible dependents.
  • Leave/Holiday time: Management employees earn 1 day of sick leave and 1.8333 days of vacation for each month worked. They are also entitled to holidays recognized by the District (14 holidays/year).
  • Housing Assistance: Reduced fees for mortgage loans and real estate services may be available to the candidate selected for this position (contact Human Resources for more information)

SCOPE OF POSITION:

Santa Rosa Junior College is seeking an individual with demonstrated management skills to join an outstanding team of managers, faculty and staff to provide high quality services to our District, our community, and most importantly to our students. Under the direction of the Vice President, Student Services/Assistant Superintendent, plan, organize, and direct Student Health Services programs, operations and activities addressing the physical, social and mental health needs of students and the college community; including the screening, assessment, diagnosis and treatment of health conditions, prevention programming, health education, and health and safety risk management; coordinate and direct communications, services, resources and information to meet student health needs and ensure smooth and efficient Department activities; supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned staff.

DEPARTMENT DESCRIPTION:
Student Health Services provides a diverse student health program with the primary goals of supporting student success by assisting in addressing health barriers impacting academic performance, and supporting the overall health of the college community. The department works in collaboration with campus, community and statewide organizations towards achieving these goals. Student Health Services is a nurse practitioner-directed program, supervised by the Director, Student Health Services. The staff includes, in addition to College Nurse Practitioners, Medical Assistants, Health Services Assistants, Health Promotion Specialists, Psychologist, licensed mental health providers, unlicensed mental health interns, student employees, and contracted physician services, working in three different facilities, on the Santa Rosa and Petaluma Campuses. Reproductive health services are provided for the students on site by outside agency providers via collaborative agreements. Over 10,000 individual professional service visits are provided in the health centers each year, in addition to a robust health promotion and outreach program occurring in classrooms and throughout the District. The student population served is diverse, and many without identified medical homes, or access to other healthcare resources in the community.

Examples of Duties:

KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Examples of key duties are interpreted as being descriptive and not restrictive in nature. Incumbents routinely perform approximately 80% of the duties below.

  1. Plan, organize, and direct Student Health Services operations and activities; ensure that related activities comply with established standards, requirements, laws, codes, regulations, policies and procedures; implement and evaluate Program Review processes and student learning outcome assessments; develop, implement and evaluate standardized procedures and clinical protocols.
  2. Coordinate and direct communications, services, resources and information; direct the development and implementation of student health programs, services, projects, strategies, policies, procedures, goals and objectives to meet current and future student health needs.
  3. Train, supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned staff; interview and select employees and recommend transfers, reassignment, termination and disciplinary actions; ensure that required licensures and certifications are current for healthcare provider positions; develop department orientation and training sessions; collaborate with Student Health Services staff to enhance integration of services, provide professional development activities and evaluate the quality and effectiveness of health programs and services.
  4. Plan, organize, promote and direct health education functions and activities to enhance health awareness; develop and infuse health related issues into courses and classroom management practices; oversee the development of health promotion outreach activities; assist in curriculum revisions or new courses for health education.
  5. Monitor and evaluate health services for financial effectiveness, operational efficiency and capacity to meet student health needs; direct the research, development and implementation of health services, systems, standards, programs, policies and procedures.
  6. Coordinate health services and related communications and information between District faculty, staff, students, hospitals, public health agencies, law enforcement organizations and other external agencies; ensure proper and timely resolution of health service issues.
  7. Serve as liaison and advocate for the District with County, State and Federal agencies to expand health-related services and benefits; advocate for increased access; develop current referral systems, and negotiate Memorandum of Understanding (MOUs), contracts and community partnerships; collaborate with other agencies to obtain grant funding to address identified student health support needs.
  8. Oversee the provision of licensed healthcare provider services; coordinate and provide the screening, examination, diagnosis and treatment of medical conditions, illnesses and injuries in individuals; ensure proper and accurate identification of and response to medical and psychological emergencies.
  9. Direct and participate in the preparation and maintenance of a variety of narrative and statistical records and reports related to health services, students, projects, programs, staff, financial activity and assigned duties; ensure that mandated reports are submitted to appropriate governmental agencies according to established time lines.
  10. Develop and prepare the budgets for Student Health Services; analyze and review budgetary and financial data; authorize expenditures in accordance with established limitations; monitor budgets based on available revenue from multiple sources; research and identify additional external revenue resources appropriate for the department.
  11. Assess and support health and safety risk management issues for the District; oversee the crisis intervention resource team and serve as a member of the threat assessment team; review and analyze all District Incident Reports and recommend actions.
  12. Provide technical information and assistance to the Vice President, Student Services/Assistant Superintendent concerning health services, activities, needs and issues; assist in the formulation and development of policies, procedures and programs.
  13. Plan, organize and implement long and short-term programs and activities designed to develop assigned programs and services; design, implement and oversee research activities.
  14. Communicate with other faculty, staff, students and external organizations to coordinate activities and programs, resolve issues and exchange information.
  15. Supervise the development, maintenance and security of the department's electronic health records, including database management and compliance with the release of protected information for subpoenas

Minimum Qualifications:
KNOWLEDGE OF:

  1. Principles, terminology, practices, procedures and techniques related to the screening, assessment, diagnosis and treatment of physical and mental health conditions, public health programming, and health education.
  2. College, State and Federal standards and requirements governing health services.
  3. Applicable laws, codes, regulations, policies and procedures.
  4. Preventative measures and assessment methods related to health care activities.
  5. Public health agencies and local health care resources.
  6. Applicable laws, codes, regulations, policies and procedures.
  7. Policies and objectives of assigned programs and activities.
  8. Principles and practices of administration, supervision and training.
  9. Budget preparation and control.
  10. Oral and written communication skills.
  11. Interpersonal skills using tact, patience and courtesy.

ABILITY TO:

  1. Effectively train, supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned personnel in a healthcare environment.
  2. Evaluate and treat student health conditions as a licensed provider.
  3. Direct health education functions and activities to enhance student health and awareness.
  4. Ensure adequate resources, services and staff to meet student health needs.
  5. Communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
  6. Interpret, apply and explain laws, codes, regulations, policies and procedures.
  7. Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with others.
  8. Operate a computer and assigned office equipment.
  9. Analyze situations accurately and adopt an effective course of action.
  10. Meet schedules and time lines.
  11. Work independently with little direction.
  12. Plan and organize work.
  13. Direct the maintenance of a variety of reports, records and files related to assigned activities.
  14. Demonstrate sensitivity to, and respect for, a diverse population.
  15. Apply research methods.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Candidates/incumbents must meet the minimum qualifications as detailed below, or file for equivalency. Equivalency decisions are made on the basis of a combination of education and experience that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities. If requesting consideration on the basis of equivalency, an Equivalency Application is required at the time of interest in a position (equivalency decisions are made by the supervising administrators, in coordination with the department where the vacancy exists, if needed.)

REQUIRED EDUCATION:
Master's Degree and ability to meet minimum qualifications for current SRJC faculty discipline.

REQUIRED EXPERIENCE:

One year of formal training, internship or leadership experience reasonably related to this assignment, and increasingly responsible experience as a licensed healthcare provider and administrator.


LICENSES AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS:

  • Valid California Registered Nurse and Nurse Practitioner License and Public Health Nurse Certification.
  • Valid CPR Certificate issued by an authorized agency.


WORKING CONDITIONS:
HAZARDS: Potential for contact with blood-borne pathogens and communicable diseases.

Supplemental Information:

APPLICATION PROCEDURES:

 

In order to be given consideration for this position, applicants must submit the following documents by the filing deadline:

  1. A completed Santa Rosa Junior College Employment Application and responses to Agency-wide Questions. Please provide contact information (phone number and email address) for three professional references.
  2. If applicable, completed Equivalency Form and supporting documents:http://hr.santarosa.edu/sites/hr.santarosa.edu/files/MgtEquivApp.pdf (Download PDF reader)
  3. A brief cover letter explaining your interest in the position, including how you meet the requirements and are qualified to perform the duties as listed in the "Key Duties and Responsibilities" section of this job announcement.
  4. Current Resume.
  5. Transcripts of all college level course work, including confirmation of degrees (unofficial copies acceptable (both sides), but official transcripts must be submitted prior to hiring). If transcripts are from an institution outside of the United States, applicants must provide a formal evaluation of their foreign degree(s) at the time of application. Contact the Human Resources Department for more information.
  6. Copy of the following:

a. Valid California Registered Nurse License
b. Valid Nurse Practitioner License
c. Public Health Nurse Certificate


PLEASE SUBMIT ONLY MATERIALS REQUESTED.

Following the filing deadline, applications which are complete for screening will be reviewed by a screening committee. Approximately 2-3 weeks later, Human Resources will notify you whether or not you have been selected for interview. Those applicants most suitably qualified for the position/pool will be invited to interview with a Screening Committee. The Screening Committee may include representatives from the Faculty, the Administration, the Classified Staff, the Associated Students, and the Board of Trustees.

If you are in need of special services or facilities due to a disability in order to apply or interview for this opening, please contact the Human Resources Department.

MORE ABOUT SRJC HUMAN RESOURCES

PHYSICAL ADDRESS: 1988 Armory Drive
MAILING ADDRESS: 1501 Mendocino Avenue, Santa Rosa, CA 95401
PHONE: (707) 527-4954
FAX: (707) 527-4967
EMAIL: bhodenfield@santarosa.edu

The office is located in the Button Building on the Santa Rosa campus. All documents included in your online employment application become the property of the District. Your employment application for this opening will not automatically be considered for future openings. New employment application(s) must be submitted for each opening.


CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT (Prior to beginning employment):

  1. In accordance with Federal Law all employees must provide proof of eligibility to work in the United States;
  2. Must be fingerprinted and have background clearance (at District's expense); and
  3. Must take a TB test (once hired and every four years thereafter).


Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (Jeanne Clery Disclosure)

Sonoma County Junior College District's annual security report includes statistics for the previous three years concerning reported crimes that occurred on campus; in certain off-campus buildings or property owned or controlled by Sonoma County Junior College District; and on public property within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from, the campus. The report also includes institutional policies concerning campus security, such as policies concerning alcohol and drug use, crime prevention, the reporting of crimes, sexual assault, and other matters. You can read or obtain a full copy of this report by going to http://www.santarosa.edu/police. Paper copies of the full report are available upon request by contacting Police Department Records at (707) 527-4963 or by coming to the Sonoma County Junior College District Police Department located at 2032 Armory Drive, Pedroncelli Center, Santa Rosa Campus.

Equal Employment Opportunity

SRJC attracts and retains the most qualified faculty and staff from diverse backgrounds. This is achieved through an inclusive recruitment strategy and a rigorous, thorough hiring process that begins with the fair and consistent evaluation of each application for minimum qualifications and demonstrated skills specific to each position/assignment. Because the ability to serve students from broad cultural heritages, socioeconomic backgrounds and genders is a key commitment of the District mission, SRJC actively encourages applications from candidates who recognize the value that diversity brings to a professional educational community.

The Sonoma County Junior College District does not discriminate on the basis of race, religious creed, color, national origin, ancestry, ethnic group identification, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, genetic condition, marital status, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information or sexual orientation in any of its policies, procedures or practices; nor does the District discriminate against any employees or applicants for employment on the basis of their age. This non-discrimination policy covers admission, access and treatment in District programs and activities--including but not limited to academic admissions, financial aid, educational services and athletics--and application for District employment.

The Sonoma County Junior College District is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

To apply, please visit: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/santarosajc

Contact:

Human Resources
Santa Rosa Junior College
CA
United States

Dean - other
Hartnell Community College
Superintendent/President  
  Posted Thursday, April 11, 2019
 

 

HARTNELL COLLEGE SUPERINTENDENT/PRESIDENT SEARCH

The Hartnell Community College District Governing Board seeks an innovative, energetic educator with a record of strong leadership and accomplishment to continue the College on its inspiring path of growing leaders through opportunity, engagement, and achievement. The new superintendent/president will be an excellent communicator who values and models collegiality, is committed to the success of a diverse student body, and is passionate about the comprehensive community college mission.

The application and nominations period is from April 9, 2019, to May 31, 2019. Applications will continue to be accepted until the position is filled.

THE POSITION

The superintendent/president is the chief executive, administrative, and education officer of the community college district reporting directly to the Hartnell Community College District Board of Trustees. The superintendent/president's primary responsibilities are to provide vision, leadership, and direction for the planning and operation of all aspects of the College's programs and services, and to effectively and efficiently execute the College mission and strategic plan, consistent with board policies and state and federal law.

THE DISTRICT AND THE COLLEGE

The Hartnell Community College District comprises approximately 2,300 square miles, spanning from the coastal community of Moss Landing on the Monterey Bay through Salinas, the county seat of Monterey County, and south about 100 miles to the small agricultural communities of San Lucas and Bradley at the far end of the fertile Salinas Valley. The region is primarily agricultural and has a population of about 245,000.

The College serves more than 17,000 students each year, and is still growing. Hartnell has a main campus in west Salinas, a career technical campus in east Salinas, and an Education Center in the south county's King City. With the support of a bond measure passed by its voters in 2016, the District is building outreach centers in two additional towns—Soledad and Castroville—in addition to other expansion, renovation, and construction projects.

Hartnell is nationally known for its innovative programs built on partnerships with business, industry, and education leaders. Among them are its Computer Science in 3 program with California State University Monterey Bay, a three-year bachelor's degree program in computer science, and its Teacher Preparation Pathway program, a 2+2 program, also with CSUMB, that helps to address the teacher shortage in the area while bringing educational opportunity to District residents. Helping to fuel these innovations is the Hartnell College Foundation, which was one of the most successful community college foundations in the nation last year, providing unparalleled partnerships and resources to help students and their families achieve their dreams.

The Position Responsibilities

  • Provides leadership for the College as a whole, including planning, developing, implementing, and evaluating educational, student services, administrative, and fiscal programs of the College.
  • Serves as chief interpreter of the needs of the students and service areas of the College, and promotes development and implementation of programs and services to serve those needs.
  • Provides administrative direction in development and implementation of College policies and procedures and the organizational structure of the College, including those that affect instructional programs, student services and activities, and all other College operations.
  • Develops and maintains channels of communication with College and community members regarding all aspects of College operations, including curriculum, instruction, business administration, finance, planning, construction and maintenance of physical facilities, personnel, student services, and educational planning.
  • Presides over the decision-making process and participates in the governance structure of the College to ensure that participatory governance is effectively utilized to facilitate campus-wide involvement in decision-making.
  • Creates an institutional climate of innovation that enhances student learning and motivates faculty, staff, and administrators to optimum engagement and achievement.
  • Directs the preparation of the annual College budget and directs its operations within provisions of the budget once it is approved by the Governing Board.
  • Supervises, coordinates, and evaluates the general activities of all College administrators and delegates to them such authority and responsibility as is required to perform their assigned duties.
  • Advises the Board on matters related to district planning, policies, and operations as they affect the College.
  • Participates in hiring, training, and evaluation of a diverse faculty and staff that are highly qualified to achieve College goals.
  • Encourages and assists in developing professional excellence among faculty, staff, and administrators to achieve the College's mission and strategic priorities and goals.
  • Assures compliance with College and district policies, state and federal laws and regulations, and requirements of accreditation agencies.
  • Demonstrates a highly visible leadership role in the communities served and develops strategic partnerships between and among educational institutions, businesses, and civic and cultural organizations.
  • Serves as an advocate for the College and articulates the mission, vision, and values of the College and the California Community Colleges locally, statewide, and nationally.

    Opportunities and Challenges

    Although Hartnell is one of the oldest community colleges in the state, it buzzes with a very new sense of pride in all it is accomplishing to propel students to new levels of success. The College's growth is accompanied by innovative and supportive programs for students, a stable workforce supported by professional development opportunities and committed to student success, and an economic future that will benefit from many years of responsible and effective financial planning and deep ties to its community. Thanks to the 2016 passage of Measure T, a $167 million bond measure, the College has embarked on an unprecedented and transformative construction campaign that will bring educational opportunities and centers to additional areas of the District, and will allow it to upgrade buildings and add new facilities on existing campuses. “Panther Pride” is palpable throughout the community, and on this high note, the College seeks an experienced, collaborative, and visionary leader who is dynamic, ethical, honest, and trustworthy, and who will compassionately guide the College toward even greater excellence in programs and services that meet the needs of the community and ensure the success of its diverse student body.

    The new superintendent/president will:
     
  • Foster a campus climate that encourages and supports innovative teaching and learning and a collective responsibility for student success;
  • Understand and support student success strategies that result in equitable outcomes for all students;
  • Honor and value the cultural diversity of the student body and connect with students and their local communities;
  • Assure the financial stability of the College by identifying and acquiring new sources of revenue in support of its mission, and by working with the college foundation in fundraising and friend-raising efforts to cultivate a donor base and other activities;
  • Understand and value strategic planning and the importance of institutional effectiveness and continuous improvement in every aspect of the College;
  • Evaluate and improve administrative processes and procedures to enhance student access, equity, and success;
  • Continue the College commitment to participatory governance and the inclusion of all constituency groups in decision-making;
  • Maintain and expand K-12 partnerships that focus on preparing and encouraging local public and private high school students, graduates, and adult learners to enroll in college;
  • Provide leadership, inspiration, and support to the College community that encourages innovation, program excellence, and student success;
  • Model superb communication and interpersonal skills and possess a collaborative leadership style that fosters an inclusive and effective campus culture;
  • Recruit, retain, and promote the success of students, staff, faculty, and administrators;
  • Foster the growth and full development of the District's existing and future campuses and outreach centers, to improve and expand educational opportunities throughout the entire county;
  • Be a highly visible and responsive advocate of the College and partner to local businesses and industries in providing an educated and skilled workforce and creating employment opportunities that provide a sustainable living wage;
  • Be a strong advocate of the College at the local, state, and national levels;
  • Facilitate the maintenance and development of a cohesive and effective Board of Trustees through excellent communication, leadership, mutual respect, and the provision of opportunities for the Board's own professional development; and
  • Make a personal and professional commitment to the Hartnell community that is demonstrated by his or her presence at and involvement in community organizations, institutions, and events.

    DESIRABLE CHARACTERISTICS

    The successful new superintendent/president will:
     
  • Be passionately committed to the mission of the comprehensive community college.
  • Champion innovative teaching and learning with a focus on student equity and success.
  • Relate well and engage regularly with students and student leaders, and support student development activities.
  • Practice participatory governance, collaboration, and collegiality and make decisions in a transparent manner.
  • Recruit and retain high quality administrators, faculty, and staff that will embrace and celebrate the diversity of the community.
  • Be a facilitator and consensus-builder.
  • Be comfortable working with people from diverse cultures.
  • Possess superb knowledge and skills related to fiscal management and the ability to acquire new resources.
  • Be a visionary thinker who involves all constituents in the development of long-term operational and strategic plans and who nimbly adapts to changing circumstances.
  • Inspire, empower, and delegate appropriately and effectively to bring out the best qualities of others.
  • Build and maintain partnerships with leaders in business and industry, education, and community-based organizations.
  • Have excellent communication and interpersonal skills effective for all audiences.
  • Be visible, approachable, and accessible on campus and in the community.
  • Model high standards of performance, honesty, integrity, caring, and compassion, and inspire and expect the same from all employees.
  • Establish a trusting and respectful working relationship with the Board of Trustees and its members.
  • Commit to the College and the rural community it serves, and provide stability and continuity.
  • Have significant experience creating workforce development programs that meet the needs of local business and industry, and that supports community economic development programs and services of the College.
  • Have experience with collective bargaining and a demonstrated commitment to transparency and regular communication with all College constituencies in a union environment;
  • Have successfully led an institution of higher education through integrated planning and accreditation processes;
  • Model the importance and effectiveness of data-driven decision making;
  • Understand the important role of technology in education.

    Minimum Qualifications
     
  • A master's degree from an accredited college or university is required.
  • A minimum of five years of senior-level management experience, preferably in a community college or other college or university.
  • Three years of full-time teaching or student services experience. Current or prior experience as a college president or the equivalent may be used in lieu of other management, teaching, or student services requirements.
  • Demonstrated ability to effectively work with people of diverse racial, ethnic, gender, sexual orientation, disability, and socioeconomic backgrounds to achieve desired outcomes.

    Desired Qualifications
     
  • An earned doctorate from an accredited college or university is preferred.
  • Demonstrated accomplishments in the areas of diversity, equity, and inclusion within the workplace and educational environment.

    TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION PLEASE VISIT THE HARTNELL COLLEGE SUPERINTENDENT/PRESIDENT SEARCH WEBPAGE AT:
    http://www.hartnell.edu/hr/presidentsearch

Contact:

Human Resources
Hartnell Community College
CA
United States

Other Administrative Position
Southwestern College
Assistant Professor of Physics (One Year Temp)  
  Posted Tuesday, April 09, 2019
 

 

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF PHYSICS (TEMPORARY FOR 2019-20 ACADEMIC YEAR)
10-MONTH, NON-TENURE TRACK POSITION
Southwestern College

This position may include a combination of day, evening, weekend, and extension site assignments.

RESPONSIBILITIES: Under the direction of the Dean of the School of Mathematics, Science and Engineering, this is a non-tenure track, full time faculty position. The teaching assignment may consist of a combination of lecture and laboratory courses. SWC's Physical Science Department strives for academic excellence in its faculty and students; the new faculty member is expected to embrace this philosophy. In addition, the new faculty member is expected to evaluate and counsel students, plan and organize instructional materials to meet course objectives, work with articulation as may be necessary, act as a discipline resource in both lecture and laboratory for the Department Chair and the School Dean, create new – and improve existing – experiments and lab manuals, and perform related tasks as required. The new faculty member is expected to participate in department, school and college committees, selected staff development and/or extracurricular activities.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Master's degree in physics OR Bachelor's degree in physics or astronomy AND Master's degree in astronomy or astrophysics OR a valid California Community College Credential in Physics, OR the equivalent.

Candidates must exhibit an appreciation of, a sensitivity to, and respect for a rich and diverse academic environment, inclusive of students, faculty, and staff of varying social, economic, cultural, ideological and ethnic backgrounds, and those with disabilities. Experience working in a community with a similar diversity pattern as is found in the service area for Southwestern College is desirable as well as the ability to utilize teaching methods, techniques, and strategies appropriate for students for whom English is a second language.

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS: An earned Ph.D. in physics, astronomy, or astrophysics with successful experience in teaching college-level physics courses; ability to organize and teach both theoretical and practical applications of the subject-matter in ways appropriate to students abilities; interest in, commitment to, and enthusiasm for excellence in physics instruction that prepares students for subsequent courses at Southwestern College and for transfer to a baccalaureate institution; effective oral and written communication skills; ability to adapt to changes in curriculum and to design new and effective laboratory activities; proficiency in the use of computer technology for lecture and lab applications, including multimedia presentation, data acquisition, and data analysis; active participation in professional organizations.

SALARY & BENEFITS:
Upon initial employment, full-time faculty members are placed on the salary schedule based upon years of experience and education. The maximum initial placement for experience is Step 6. Faculty members are encouraged to continue their professional development through additional study qualifying them for advancement on the salary schedule. For current salary schedules and information on salary placement visit our website at www.swccd.edu. Excellent fringe benefits.

STARTING DATE: August 22, 2019 (Fall Semester, 2019)

APPLICATION DEADLINE: All application materials must be received online at https://jobs.swccd.edu/postings/2736 by 11:59 p.m., Friday, May 3, 2019. Screening of applications will begin shortly thereafter. Any application received after the deadline is not guaranteed a review. Position is open until filled.

FAXED AND E-MAILED MATERIAL WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED, HOWEVER, APPLICATION MATERIALS ARE AVAILABLE ON-LINE AT OUR COLLEGE WEBSITE, https://jobs.swccd.edu/postings/2736.

APPLICATION PROCEDURES:
Submit the following application materials on-line at https://jobs.swccd.edu/postings/2736:

(1) Letter of Application (cover letter)
(2) SWC online application
(3) Resume
(4) Unofficial copies of college transcripts with date degree conferred
(5) Two current letters of reference dated within the past year

Foreign degrees require an evaluation for United States equivalency from an agency having membership with the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services, Inc. Upon offer of employment, the successful applicant must be able to provide proof of eligibility to work in the United States.

It is the sole responsibility of the applicant to ensure that all application materials are received by the deadline date.
All materials included in your application packet become District property,
will not be returned, will not be copied, and will be considered for this opening only.

If additional positions become available in this classification, applications received in response to this posting may be considered for those additional positions for up to 90 days after final board approval.

Selected applicants who wish to be considered as candidates will be required to participate in an in-person (not video) interview and teaching demonstration, at a time scheduled by the District.

INTERVIEW TRAVEL COSTS MUST BE BORNE BY THE APPLICANT.

As an Equal Opportunity Employer and in compliance with the American with Disabilities Act, Southwestern Community College District will make reasonable accommodations for individuals with disabilities.

Contact:

Human Resources
Southwestern College
CA
United States

VP Other
Kern Community College District
Associate VC, Economic and Workforce Dev.  
  Posted Monday, April 01, 2019
 


Associate Vice Chancellor Economic and Workforce Development

Kern Community College District


Position Number: 02742

Posting Date: 02/22/2019

Initial Screening Date: 04/05/2019

Open Until Filled: Yes

Position Type: Management

Rate: 

Work Week: 40 hours per week, 12 month position

Minimum Salary: 134,787.12 annually

Maximum Salary: $176,852.38 annually (maximum entry $141,610.72)

Benefits:
Our competitive benefits package includes medical, dental, and vision insurance; life insurance coverage; long-term disability insurance, and an employee assistance program (EAP).
In addition, employees have the option to purchase:
•Flex 125
•AFLAC Policy
•Supplemental voluntary life insurance
•403b Tax Shelter Annuity
All coverages begin on the first day of the month following the hire date. Employees are covered under the California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS) and are vested 100% after five years of full time service.

College/Site: District Office

Location: DO-KCCD Bakersfield Downtown

Basic Function:
The Associate Vice Chancellor, Chief Economic and Workforce Development Officer, reports directly to the Vice Chancellor, Educational Services, and provides overall leadership in the planning, organization, administration, evaluation, policy development, and implementation for the Economic and Workforce Development programs and initiatives throughout the District. Other responsibilities will be assigned by the Vice Chancellor or Chancellor and may not be directly related to Economic and Workforce Development.
EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:
1. Serve as a catalytic force in formulating and implementing, collaborating, promoting, and implementing Career and Technical Education and economic development throughout the District and regionally.
2. Provide leadership and coordinate high school to college pathways programs to include articulation and dual enrollment among the districts' colleges, as well as with the secondary and other post-secondary institutions. Chair the Alliance for College and Career Pathways.
3. Administrative responsibility leading district-wide strategic planning processes for all CTE funded programs. Serve as the District lead and key resource for the districts' colleges to develop programs that responsive to the requirements of the federal Carl Perkins Act, and the state Strong Workforce Program. Provide support for the colleges in these programs. Provide oversight for various outcome program and reporting metrics, and funding allocations.
4. Provide leadership of district economic and workforce development areas to include: small business development, corporate services, 21st Century Clean Energy Center, Performance Improvement Institute, workforce services, continuing education, and all contract training. Hire and direct Program Managers with oversight of each area as appropriate. Ensure programs generate sufficient revenue to cover all expenses. 
5. Provide leadership, support, and service to KCCD's colleges, as well as to state and local community and economic development leaders, in workforce development initiatives for the major purpose of attracting new business/industry and/or expanding current business/industry.
6. Serve and the Chief Administrator for the district wide adult education program consortium. Coordinate with the colleges and provide leadership for the adult education programs.
7. Coordinate with college administrators and faculty to conduct institutional research and evaluate student and program outcomes in Career and Technical Education.

Education and Experience:
Minimum: 
• Master’s Degree from an accredited college/university.

• Two years of progressively responsible experience reasonably related to the administrative assignment.

• Demonstrated sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, ethnic, and disability backgrounds of community college students and employees.

Desired Qualifications:

 

  • 5 years management experience working in Economic and Workforce.
  • 3 years management experience supervising others.
  • Served as a catalytic force collaborating with multi entities.



Knowledge and Abilities:
Knowledge of:
1. Career and Technical Education programs and curriculum 
2. Economic & workforce development instructional and program development.
3. State and federal laws, codes and regulations affecting economic & workforce development programs.
4. The Carl Perkins Act
5. College and Career Pathways
6. Articulation and Dual Enrollment
7. Current practices/issues in economic & workforce development.
8. Principles of management, supervision and training. 
9. Contract and Community Education and Noncredit Programs.
10. Budget development and administration.
11. Collaborative strategies for diverse groups/populations.
12. Adult Education Programs
13. Mission of comprehensive community colleges;

Salary Grade: L

Special Instructions to Applicants:
First Review of Applications:

Complete application packets will be accepted until the position is filled; but those received by 5:00 p.m. (Pacific Standard Time) on April 5, 2019 are assured consideration. The District reserves the right to extend time limits or reinitiate the recruitment/selection process at any point.

Completed application packet must include:
• Completed Online Application for Employment form
• Current resume
• Letter of interest (Cover Letter)
• Copy of legible transcripts
• List of six (6) professional references – Listed on application form

Applicants who require reasonable accommodation to participate in the selection process should contact Human Resources to make the necessary arrangements.

Recruitment Status (tentative):
• Application Screening: TBD
• Interviews: TBD
The District does not provide sponsorship for authorization to work in the United States. Work authorization should be established at the time of application submission.

All applicants must apply online at https://careers.kccd.edu/postings/11338Emails will not be accepted.

As an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer, the Kern Community College District encourages candidates with diverse backgrounds to apply. 

Contact:

Human Resources
Kern Community College District
2100 Chester Ave
Bakersfield CA 93301
United States
Phone: 9999999999

Other Administrative Position
Grossmont/Cuyamaca Community College District
Counselor  
  Posted Thursday, March 21, 2019
 


COUNSELOR
11-MONTH, TENURE TRACK POSITION

This position may include a combination of day, evening, weekend, and extension site assignments. Successful candidate may be assigned to any of the campus sites (Chula Vista, National City, Otay Mesa, and/or San Ysidro).


RESPONSIBILITIES: Under the direction of the Dean of School of Counseling and Personal Development, the Counselor will be responsible for providing academic, career and personal counseling to a diverse student population. The Counselor will provide services including: interpretation of assessment results; development of individual educational plans; orientation presentations to large groups of new students; small group advisement prior to registration; and follow-up on student progress.

In addition to counseling duties, the Counselor will: provide program coordination for the Umoja Learning Community; assist in the development of programs and services to promote student retention; participate in developing curriculum for personal development programs; instruct personal development classes; participate in joint projects with instruction; serve as liaison to instructional schools; and participate in partnership activities with feeder school districts, other colleges/universities, and community colleges.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Master's degree in counseling, rehabilitation counseling, clinical psychology, counseling psychology, guidance counseling, educational counseling, social work, or career development, marriage and family therapy, or marriage, family and child counseling,
OR Bachelor's degree in one of the above listed degrees and a license as a Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT) OR Possession of a valid California Community College Credential in Counseling OR the equivalent.

Candidates must exhibit an appreciation of, a sensitivity to, and respect for a rich and diverse academic environment, inclusive of students, faculty, and staff of varying social, economic, cultural, ideological and ethnic backgrounds, and those with disabilities. Experience working in a community with a similar diversity pattern as is found in the service area for Southwestern College is preferable.

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Community college counseling experience. Experience with program coordination. Experience Knowledge of the Student Success and Support Program for community colleges; experience with computerized student information systems; experience with instruction and curriculum development, understanding of developmental education; experience with student educational planning, transfer planning, and career-technical counseling strategies; application of career counseling and assessment strategies; crisis counseling; and community based organizations awareness. Also, an understanding of Title V and changes impacting Student Services. Specialized experience with online counseling, First Year Experience, Foster Youth, Veteran Students, or At Risk Students is desired. Bilingual skills in Spanish/English and/or Tagalog/English.

STARTING DATE: July 1, 2019

APPLICATION DEADLINE: All application materials must be received online by 11:59 p.m., Friday, April 5, 2019. Screening of applications will begin shortly thereafter. Any application received after the deadline is not guaranteed a review. Position is open until filled.

FAXED AND E-MAILED MATERIAL WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED, HOWEVER, APPLICATION MATERIALS ARE AVAILABLE ON-LINE AT OUR COLLEGE WEBSITE, https://jobs.swccd.edu/postings/2720.

APPLICATION PROCEDURES:
Submit the following application materials on-line at https://jobs.swccd.edu/postings/2720:

(1) Letter of Application (cover letter)
(2) Online Application
(3) Resume
(4) Unofficial copies of college transcripts with date degree conferred

Applicants who do not possess appropriate degree or credential must request, complete and submit a Supplemental Equivalency Application.

Foreign degrees require an evaluation for United States equivalency from an agency having membership with the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services, Inc. Upon offer of employment, the successful applicant must be able to provide proof of eligibility to work in the United States.

It is the sole responsibility of the applicant to ensure that all application materials are received by the deadline date.

All materials included in your application packet become District property,
will not be returned, will not be copied, and will be considered for this opening only.

INTERVIEW TRAVEL COSTS MUST BE BORNE BY THE APPLICANT.

If additional positions become available in this classification, applications received in response to this posting may be considered for those additional positions for up to 90 days after final board approval.

As an Equal Opportunity Employer and in compliance with the American with Disabilities Act, Southwestern Community College District will make reasonable accommodations for individuals with disabilities.

Contact:

Human Resources
Grossmont/Cuyamaca Community College District
CA
United States

Dean - other
Grossmont/Cuyamaca Community College District
Dean, Learning and Technology Resources  
  Posted Thursday, March 21, 2019
 


DEAN, LEARNING AND TECHNOLOGY RESOURCES

R-00702
San Diego County - Grossmont College


Please be attentive when applying as many of our positions require multiple attachments. Please review the special instructions to applicants on the job announcement for requirements. For the most seamless process, we strongly encourage you to prepare the required materials before beginning your application.

Job Summary
Application Deadline: May 13, 2019 at 11:59 p.m.

Department: Learning And Technology Resources Center (L&TRC)

Months worked out of the Year: 12 months

FTE: 1.0

Work hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Starting Salary Range: Range: 115,068 (Step A); $119,671 (Step B) or $124,458 (Step C) Annually.

Step placement is based on full-time years of relevant experience over minimum qualifications.

Anticipated Start Date: July 1, 2019
Job Description
Founded in 1961, Grossmont College serves more than 18,000 students from around the region and state through over 150 certificate and degree programs, both on-ground and online. Located in San Diego's East County, just 17 miles from downtown San Diego and the Pacific Ocean, the 135-acre campus is idyllically located on a picturesque plateau with park-like open spaces and panoramic views. Grossmont offers a competitive salary and an employer-paid benefits package.


SUMMARY

The Dean of Learning and Technology Resources oversees four major departments.

* Distance Education
* Instructional Technology Services (Instructional Media and Computing)
* Learning Assistance (including tutorial services and the Assistive Technology Center)
* Library Operations

The dean works collaboratively with all other departments across the campus to coordinate these various services.


ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

* Coordinate and direct the planning and development of the learning and technology resources departments and instructional programs to support the college curriculum.

* Establish overall objectives and plans; initiate and participate in overall program planning; gather information and evidence to support decisions regarding the continuing development and modification of services and resources; communicate statutes, college policies, procedures, and philosophies to assigned staff and, as appropriate, to other college employees, students, and the general public.

* Plan, initiate, implement and evaluate learning and technology resources and programs, technical equipment, data bases, and infrastructure; support distance education delivery and the use of appropriate related facilities. This is done in a rapidly changing and increasingly complex environment for learning and information technology in support of the academic programs, student services, and the general administration of the college.

* Manage, coordinate, and evaluate college learning and technology resources, programs, and planning for college-wide technology in accordance with legal requirements, district policies, state guidelines, and sound instructional principles and practices.

* Communicate and interpret learning and technology resources and program objectives and offerings, as they have value to faculty, students, staff, the community, and others to promote information literacy both on and off- campus.

* Perform the search/screen/selection, monitoring, evaluation, and retention processes of assigned faculty and staff according to statutes and governing board policies and procedures.

* Build and sustain an effective learning and technology resources team by planning and coordinating employee orientation and in-service education for professional development of program faculty and staff.

* Identify, justify, and advocate for new academic and classified staff, as appropriate.

* Approve assignments and schedules for academic and classified staff and then deploy them to work areas, hours, and duties.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

* Master's degree from an accredited institution and five years of administrative experience within an institution of higher education.

* One year of formal training in leadership or leadership experience reasonably related to the administrative assignment, or possession of a California community college instructor credential or community college supervisor credential.

* Demonstrated sensitivity, knowledge, and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, gender, gender identity, cultural, disability, ethnic, and other backgrounds of the students we serve and sensitivity to and knowledge and understanding of groups historically underrepresented and groups who may have experienced discrimination.

* Demonstrated success in integrating diversity as appropriate into the major duties outlined in the job description and in the duties listed in the district's hiring policy or demonstrated equivalent transferable skills to do so OR the equivalent.

SPECIAL SKILLS OR REQUIREMENTS

* Ability to successfully delegate, ensure adherence to college and district policies, practices and procedures, and hold others responsible while instilling confidence among the faculty and staff.

* Ability to exercise academic leadership through alignment of learning and technology resources with the strategic direction of the College and its mission.

* Ability to exercise leadership, with a focus on campus-level technology development and maintenance, including interfacing with district policies, procedures, and information services, to support academic programs as well as instructional and student support services.

* Ability to participate in the college planning process, including the use of technology to support it, while participating in the achievement of the goals and priorities of the District as a whole.

* Ability to work cooperatively and responsively with all segments of the College, District, and community at large.

* Ability to participate in the process, development, and achievement of the college vision and to communicate that to faculty and staff.

* Ability to exercise academic leadership to advance the college's mission.

* Commitment to the community college concept, including the open-door philosophy and a diverse curriculum for a heterogeneous student population.

* Commitment to a comprehensive, student-oriented environment that facilitates learning and student development.

* Dedication to keeping students informed while seeking their opinions and providing a range of student services.

* Dedication to the improvement of the educational process.

* Ability to facilitate communication and understanding of perspectives among faculty, staff, students, the community, the chancellor, and the Governing Board within the framework of a multi-college district.

* Ability to read, interpret, apply, and explain complex laws, regulations, requirements, policies and procedures.

* Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.

* Ability to consistently perform duties with concern, courtesy, and respect for others, to employ a team approach through collaboration and empowerment of staff, to exhibit creativity and flexibility in a time of continuing change, and to seek solutions using effective problem-solving techniques.

* Sensitivity to all facets of the community including the needs of various groups which comprise it.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

* Experience in the development and implementation of programs and services that foster student academic success.

* Understanding of the teaching and learning process, curriculum, professional development, library, distance education, and enrollment management within the context of institutions of higher education.

* Experience with and commitment to the delivery of high-quality and appropriately resourced online learning.

* Ability to work with faculty in creating an engaging learning environment for distance education.

* Thorough understanding and working knowledge of technical aspects of the field of specialty.

Additional Information

SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS TO APPLICANTS:
Application must be completed in one sitting. Incomplete or unsubmitted applications cannot be saved.
Applicants interested in applying to this position must submit all of the required application materials by the closing deadlines.

1) Complete district application.

2) Cover letter of not more than three pages that does the following.
a) Addresses and details your qualifications, skills, and abilities as they relate to the position. Please include your experiences with learning assistance and support (including tutorial services), instructional technology support, library operations, and distance education.
b) Speaks to your philosophy with respect to the college's primary strategic initiatives of outreach, engagement, retention, and institutional capacity.
c) Demonstrates your understanding of, sensitivity to, and respect for diverse academic, socioeconomic, racial, ethnic, religious, disability, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, age, and cultural backgrounds of community college students, faculty, and staff.
d) Demonstrates your understanding of equity in higher education.

3) Current, concise resume of work experience, formal education, and training.

4) Official or unofficial transcripts.

Important note: Application materials that are incomplete or that contain pictures or unsolicited personal information will prevent your application from moving forward.

Be sure you have the following materials prepared and ready to attach BEFORE beginning your application.

  • Complete and current resume
  • 1-3 page cover letter (Read above for specifics)
  • Official or unofficial transcripts

If you have a degree from a college or university outside of the UNITED STATES, you must have your coursework evaluated by a professional association. Click here for Foreign Degree Translation information.

Candidates invited for interview who live greater than 75 miles (one-way) from the interview site will be reimbursed up to $250 for travel expenses.

Under Federal Law, employers are required to verify that all new employees are eligible for employment in the United States. Prior to appointment to a position, you must present acceptable proof of your identity and authorization to work in the United States.

GCCCD is an Equal Employment Opportunity and Title IX employer.

Applicants who are protected under the Americans with Disabilities Act and who require accommodations for completing the application process or interviewing should notify the Human Resources Department by calling (619) 644-7679.

Offers of employment are contingent upon successful fingerprint clearance. A processing fee plus Live Scan fee will be required.

To apply, click here.

Contact:

Human Resources
Grossmont/Cuyamaca Community College District
CA
United States

VP/VC Administrative/Business Services
San Mateo County Community College District
Vice President of Administrative Services  
  Posted Thursday, March 21, 2019
 


Vice President of Administrative Services

San Mateo County Community College District

Posting Number: 2014739S
Department: Administrative Services CSM (DEPT)
Location: College of San Mateo
Position Number: 4A0026
Percentage of Full Time: 100%
FLSA: Exempt (does not accrue overtime)
Months per Year: 12
If other, please specify:
Salary Range:
Note:
Min Salary: $167,400 (annual)
Max Salary: $215,040 (annual)
Position Type: Administrative/Supervisory Positions

Who We Are:
The San Mateo County Community District is committed to achieving educational equity for all students. As outlined in the District’s Strategic Plan, “success, equity, and social justice for our students are longstanding goals.” The District’s “Students First” Strategic Plan is focused on “Student Success, Equity and Social Justice.” We provide students with a rich and dynamic learning experience that embraces differences — emphasizing collaboration and engaging students in and out of the classroom, encouraging them to realize their goals, and to become global citizens and socially responsible leaders. When you join our team at San Mateo County Community College District, you can expect to be part of an inclusive, innovative and equity-focused community that approaches higher education as a matter of social justice that requires broad collaboration among faculty, classified staff, administration, students and community partners.

The College and the District:
College of San Mateo is part of the San Mateo County Community College District and is designated as a Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI), enrolling approximately 15,000 students each academic year. College of San Mateo has a diverse student population that is a reflection of the communities that is serves. Detailed information about the student population, including data related to student success, can be found on College of San Mateo’s Office of Planning, Research and Institutional Effectiveness (PRIE) website.

Who We Want:
We value the ability to serve students from a broad range of cultural heritages, socioeconomic backgrounds, genders, abilities and orientations. Therefore, we prioritize applicants who demonstrate they understand the benefits diversity brings to a professional educational community. The successful candidate will be an equity-minded individual committed to collaborating with faculty, classified staff, administration, students and community partners who are also committed to closing equity gaps. The San Mateo County Community College District seeks employees who value mentorship and working in a collegial, collaborative environment, guided by a commitment to helping all students achieve their educational goals.

The Position:
Reporting directly to the College President, the Vice President of Administrative Services serves as chief financial administrator for the college and is responsible for the overall design, development, organization, delivery, supervision, evaluation, and fiscal management of a comprehensive college business services program, including fiscal services, budget development and management, expenditure control, purchasing liaison and control, cashiering functions, facilities rental, emergency preparedness, mail room services, switchboard, and contract services. In coordination with District central services, the Vice President shall also be responsible for college maintenance, operations, capital construction, and facilities modification, as well as safety and security.

In addition, the Vice President of Administrative Services will assume a primary role in interpreting and analyzing complex budget and financial information and data, including information from the State Chancellor's Office, the Governor's Office and Legislature, and will provide this information to the college community in a clear and informative manner. As a member of President's Cabinet, the Vice President of Administrative Services is also responsible for conceptualizing, developing, recommending, and implementing the College's Strategic Plan as it relates to college administrative services functions. The Vice President of Administrative Services will fulfill the role of a senior college administrator by participating in long-range and comprehensive planning, and in providing expertise and counsel on ongoing management issues across all administrative units of the college.

Duties and Responsibilities:
The duties below are representative of the duties of the classification and are not intended to cover all of the duties performed by the incumbent(s) of any particular position. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the scope of work is similar, related, or a logical assignment to this classification.

1. Develop, direct, coordinate and supervise the programs, personnel, operations, and activities of all college business services programs and ensure compliance with District policies, Education Code, Title 5, and state and federal regulations

2. Coordinate the development and preparation of the college’s annual operating budgets and provide expenditure and purchasing control

3. Serve as a member of and provide leadership to the College President’s senior administrative team in the areas of fiscal and operational issues, strategic planning, college and facilities safety issues, disaster/crisis action planning, and other issues

4. Confer with college administrators and others regarding management issues involving administrative services of the college, including recommendations for new or revised policies and procedures; assure that all administrative services interface effectively and appropriately support the college’s educational programs and services

5. Serve as contract administrator for major college commercial contracts

6. Prepare regular financial reports for the College President, College Budget Committees, and other appropriate groups

7. Serve as a member of the District’s budget leadership team and provide expertise in strategic planning, operational planning, and program review to facilitate attainment of institutional goals in accordance with its Educational Master Plan and the District’s Strategic Plan in coordination with the leadership of other District entities as appropriate

8. Coordinate with District Facilities Maintenance and Operations regarding the maintenance of college buildings and grounds, and custodial services

9. Coordinate with District Public Safety regarding campus safety and security issues, as well as emergency preparedness (SEMS) and training

10. Direct and supervise the college emergency and disaster preparedness plans and procedures

11. Develop and maintain communications with community agencies, including local police and fire departments having jurisdiction over the college campus, and other agencies providing emergency response services

12. Establish internal and external consensus and bring together divergent groups, building teams, and creating an environment that supports innovation and risk taking

13. Provide oversight for the use and identification of needs for college facilities

14. Administer the college’s facilities rental program

15. Organize, coordinate, and facilitate college-level construction planning for new facilities and facilities modifications, and coordinate with District staff and contractors during the construction and/or modification of college facilities

16. Assure all facility project modifications proceed toward established goals and these activities do not conflict with or unnecessarily interrupt college programs and services

17. Direct and supervise all cashiering services for the college and provide full bookkeeping services for the Associated Students

18. Lead or participate in District-wide or college committees, initiatives, teams or ad-hoc groups

19. Serve as college liaison to District and Campus Department of Public Safety

20. Serve as college liaison to District and Campus Auxiliary Services, including bookstore, cafeteria, and athletic club operations

21. Analyze situations accurately and adopt effective courses of action, meet schedules, and adhere to multiple deadlines and timelines

22. Perform other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:
• Master’s degree or above in business administration or a closely related field OR equivalent OR a licensed CPA• One year of formal training, internship, or leadership experience reasonably related to the administrator’s administrative assignment• Demonstrated cultural competence, sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students, faculty, and staff

Physical Requirements:
This classification requires sitting for extended periods of time, pushing and pulling, and visual acuity. The ability to type, use phone, stand intermittently, walk, bend and stoop, occasionally lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects of light to moderate weight, work at a computer, including sitting and viewing a monitor for various lengths of time, repetitive use of keyboard, mouse or other control device, dexterity of hands and fingers to operate keyboard, ability to communicate and provide information to others; ability to operate a motor vehicle and drive to off campus locations in order to perform the essential functions.

Equivalence to Minimum Qualifications:


Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
1. Knowledge of principles and practices of California school budgeting, accounting, auditing, and internal cost controls, particularly related to community colleges

2. Knowledge of fund accounting and risk management

3. Skill in complex budget planning, management, and analysis

4. Ability to use independent judgment in the interpretation and application of laws, regulations, policies, and procedures

5. Skill in providing creative and innovative leadership in all areas of administrative services

6. Ability to work collaboratively with campus and District-wide administrators, faculty, staff, and constituency groups

7. Knowledge of participatory governance, team building, and collaborative decision-making processes

8. Highly developed analytical and organizational skills

9. Demonstrated skill in effective written and oral communication

10. Skill and ability to work effectively with members of an academic community in a non-adversarial manner

11. Ability to work in a fast-paced, multi-tasking environment

Preferred Qualifications:
Higher education administrative experience that has included directing the work of others, budget development and management, and all components of a comprehensive administrative services operation.

Benefits:
Benefits include paid holidays, vacation and sick leave. The District pays all or a portion of monthly medical plan premiums (depending on the coverage) and pays all of the monthly dental and vision plan premiums for employees and eligible dependents. Additional paid benefits include life insurance, salary continuance insurance, and an Employee Assistance Program. Classified employees participate in the Public Employees’ Retirement System, a defined-benefit retirement plan through the State of California. Optional tax-deferred 403(b) and 457 retirement plans are also available.

Open Date: 03/14/2019
First Review Date: 04/25/2019
Close Date:
Open Until Filled: Yes

Special Instructions Summary:
Required Application Materials All applicants are required to submit: 1. A completed online District application form (go to https://jobs.smccd.edu to complete the application and to apply for this position). 2. A resume that details all relevant education, training, and other work experience. 3. A cover letter of no more than 3 pages that addresses the applicant’s cultural competence, sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students, faculty, and staff as well as the applicant’s qualifications as they relate to the requirements, knowledge, skills, and abilities listed in this announcement. Candidates for interview will be selected from among those who most closely meet the requirements and knowledge, skills and abilities. Meeting the minimum qualifications does not guarantee an interview. As part of the interview process, candidates may be asked to demonstrate job-related knowledge and skills. For questions related to this posting, please contact: SMCCCD Office of Human Resources 3401 CSM Drive, San Mateo, CA 94402 Tel.: (650) 574-6555 Fax:(650) 574-6574 Web Page: www.smccd.edu/hr

Conditions of Employment:
Prior to employment, the selected candidate will be required to complete the following:

 

 

 

1. Submit official transcripts (applies to all faculty or educational administrative positions)
2. Submit verifications of prior employment
3. Satisfactory references
4. Successfully being cleared for employment through the background checking process

In addition to background checks, the District may review publicly available information about a candidate on the Internet. If a candidate is aware of incorrect or inaccurate information that is available on the Internet, the candidate is welcome to address such an issue with the Office of Human Resources.
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5. Present original documents for proof of eligibility to work in the United States
6. Approval of your employment by the SMCCCD Board of Trustees
7. Provide a certificate of Tuberculosis exam for initial employment.
8. Have fingerprints taken by a Live Scan computer (Clearance must be received prior to first day of employment). Please note that the California Education Code requires, in part, that community college districts shall not employ or retain in employment persons in public school service who have been convicted of certain felonies, a misdemeanor drug charge (including alcohol offenses) or misdemeanor moral turpitude (sexual offense) crime. However, consideration may be given to those whose drug convictions occurred more than five years ago. A conviction for other crimes may not necessarily disqualify you from the job for which you may be applying.

EEO Statement:
The San Mateo County Community College District is an Equal Opportunity Employer that seeks to employ individuals who represent the rich diversity of cultures, language groups, and abilities of its surrounding communities.

Accommodations:
Applicants who have disabilities may request that special accommodations be made in order to complete the selection process. Accommodation request forms and a copy of the Americans with Disabilities Act applicant procedures are available in the Office of Human Resources.

Annual Security Report:
San Mateo County Community College District’s (SMCCCD) 2018 Annual Security Report (ASR), required by the Clery Act, includes statistics for the previous three years concerning reported crimes that occurred on campus; in certain off-campus buildings owned or controlled by SMCCCD; and on public property within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from SMCCCD. Our 2018 Annual Security Report also outlines various campus safety and security policies, such as those concerning crime reporting, prevention and response to sexual and gender violence, alcohol and drug use, crime prevention, emergency response and evacuation procedures, and other matters. The 2018 Annual Security Report is now available. The Annual Security Report also includes important tips to help every member of the community remain safe and avoid becoming a victim of crime. You can obtain a copy of this report by contacting the Department of Public Safety at the District Office or any of the three Campuses (650) 738-7000.

To apply, visit: https://jobs.smccd.edu/

Contact:

Human Resources
San Mateo County Community College District
San Mateo CA 94402

Other Administrative Position
Rancho Santiago Community College District
Chancellor  
  Posted Monday, February 25, 2019
 


Chancellor

Rancho Santiago Community College District is seeking an exceptional leader who is responsible for overseeing all functions, programs, services and operations of the District's two Colleges, Santa Ana College and Santiago Canyon College in accordance with federal and state regulations and policies adopted by the District's seven-member Board of Trustees.

The Chancellor provides executive direction and leadership to the District's academic and classified administrators and staff in all areas of administration, instruction, student services, and other support services. The Chancellor has a primary leadership role for accreditation, ensuring that the District and Colleges meet or exceed eligibility requirements, accreditation standards, and commission policies at all times. The Chancellor assumes overall responsibility for the fiscal health and prudent operation of the District. The Chancellor ensures that the District and its Colleges continually improve to meet the diverse and changing needs of students and are actively engaged in outreach to community stakeholders.

The Chancellor fosters a culture of collaboration, mutual respect, innovation, and continuous improvement throughout the District; leads by example; actively participates in and supports Districtwide participatory governance components, activities, and other collaborative processes; encourages professional excellence ​among the staff and promotes an organizational culture of customer service, innovation, and quality services.


REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Chancellor of Rancho Santiago Community College District ("District") is responsible for overseeing all functions, programs, services, and operations of the District's two Colleges; Santa Ana College and Santiago Canyon College ("Colleges"), in accordance with federal and state regulations and policies adopted by the District's seven-member Board of Trustees ("Board").

The Chancellor provides executive direction and leadership to the District's academic and classified administrators and staff in all areas of administration, instruction, student services and other support services. The Chancellor has a primary leadership role for accreditation, ensuring that the District and Colleges meet or exceed eligibility requirements, accreditation standards, and commission policies at all times. The Chancellor assumes overall responsibility for the fiscal health and prudent operation of the District. The Chancellor ensures that the District and its Colleges continually improve to meet the diverse and changing needs of students and are actively engaged in outreach to community stakeholders.

The Chancellor fosters a culture of collaboration, mutual respect, innovation, and continuous improvement throughout the District; leads by example; actively participates in and supports District-wide participatory governance components, activities, and other collaborative processes; encourages professional excellence among the staff and promotes an organizational culture of customer service, innovation, and quality services.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
• A Master's degree from an accredited institution.
• At least eight (8) years of recent educational administrative and/or management experience which includes responsibility for decision-making, supervision, and policy recommendations in any combination of finance, educational planning, student services, or human resources management.
• Demonstrated sensitivity in working with people of diverse racial, ethnic, disability, and socioeconomic backgrounds.
• Demonstrated record of community service.


DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS:
• An earned doctorate from an accredited institution.
• At least five (5) years of community college senior administrative experience with demonstrated success in a college environment dealing with a variety of issues from academic affairs (including non-credit), student affairs, financial management, faculty and staff relations, facilities development, and strategic planning.
• Experience in a multi-college district in a diverse community.
• Faculty experience in higher education, most preferably in a public community college.


IDEAL CHARACTERISTICS:
PERSONAL

• Exhibits a relentless commitment to student success.
• Provides an untiring focus on issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion as they relate to the success of students, employees, and the communities the District serves.
• Demonstrates the courage to tackle difficult issues yet maintains the diplomacy and tact to ensure effective relationships with all constituent groups are maintained.
• Exhibits effective, creative problem-solving skills and is able to identify and resolve problems in a timely manner.
• Is a proactive leader, able to effectively identify and resolve crises and other challenges in a timely manner, and then manage related communication with all district personnel, the Board, and the public.
• Is an innovative and creative leader who is willing to take appropriate risks to improve student success.
• Instills a climate of trust, collegiality and mutual respect.
• Is honest, ethical and leads with personal and institutional integrity.
• Inspires confidence in one's leadership. Develops relationships with all constituent groups in the district so they understand the Chancellor can be trusted to help them with issues that remain unresolved at the college level.
• Possesses a positive attitude and an enthusiasm for the goals of the institution, which then becomes an example to others.
• Respects institutional traditions and values yet seizes meaningful opportunities for growth.
• Speaks effectively, actively listens, and takes multiple perspectives into consideration. Engages with people from all constituent groups in an authentic and meaningful way.
• Possesses well-developed interpersonal skills to be actively engaged in the needs of the two colleges and the communities the District serves.


EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP:
• Demonstrates both an authentic approach to leadership and an ability to achieve institutional accomplishments. Brings critical information to the dialogue and values the contribution of all individuals and constituent groups. Understands the philosophy and practices that are the foundations of AB 1725 (1988).
• Possesses and uses fiscal expertise and resource management experience, data-driven decision making, and student-centered planning, particularly as they will be focused on guiding the District's transition to the student-centered funding formula of the California Community Colleges. Makes decisions in a fair and consistent manner and is able to communicate the reasons for such decisions in a manner that is clearly understood by all constituent groups.
• Demonstrates the fiscal acumen to effectively promote, implement, and manage external resource development, including campaigns to successfully pass capital bond measures.
• Understands, supports, and implements a decentralized leadership approach between the colleges and the District, while striking an effective balance between setting a common direction and providing the colleges' opportunities to cultivate and maintain their respective identities.
• Is an effective team builder, exhibiting an ability to motivate others for the work to be done and to perform at their best. Leadership style characterized by enthusiasm, confidence, vitality, and good-natured humor.
• Committed to data-informed decisions to address movement toward becoming a true student-centered institution. At times involving strategic risks to address student achievement equity gaps between and within specific student populations. Fosters collaboration between the District and the colleges to ensure that significant progress is made to improve access, learning, progress, and completion for all student groups. Uses effective communication strategies to establish urgency about the benefits of changes that must be made to increase and improve student completion in all areas and programs.
• Has the courage and perseverance to address challenges and confrontations. Whether in pursuit of the vision and goals of the District or in utilizing resources to do so is deliberate in the assessment of conflicting perspectives and can bring divergent perspectives to consensus and the successful resolution of conflict. Has the ability to make a tough decision in a timely way.
• Communicates with and actively listens to all constituent groups to foster a shared District-wide vision, cultivates relationships that lead to effective collaborations between segments of the District, and takes direction that respects the distinctive history and current characteristics of both colleges.
• Demonstrates successful experience in developing long-range planning that frames the District-wide budget process, resource allocation, and education and facilities master planning.
• Possesses experience in leading and managing the resources of a complex organization such that a propensity for success in a multi-college district setting is easily accomplished.
• Has an ability to understand the complex California community college policy, legal, regulatory, collective bargaining environment (internal, state and federal), and has relevant institutional management experience in navigating such issues.
• Exhibits knowledge of and commitment to national and statewide initiatives (College Promise, Strong Workforce Programs, Guided Pathways, Online Education Initiative, Adult Education, Zero Textbook Cost Degree Initiative) and how each supports the state's "Vision for Success" and the impacts they have on the Colleges' ability to apply them to meet the needs of the district's student population.
• Committed to technology in education.


BOARD LEADERSHIP AND DEVELOPMENT:
• Possesses the ability to establish a strong and trusting partnership with the Board of Trustees and create a culture of mutual respect and open communication.
• Takes direction from the Board in policy matters, understands the Chancellor's role within the authority structure and engages with leadership in a creative, innovative, and respectful way.
• Understands the nuances of communication with the Board. Demonstrates the ability to effectively communicate with the Board so that the Board is informed about potential problem issues ahead of time.
• Communicates with each Board member in the most effective manner so that the Board members' respective area needs are understood and addressed.
• Engages in thoughtful and energetic discussions with the Board. Demonstrates the courage necessary to be honest and forthright with the Board, respectfully disagreeing with them on issues but able to lead the Board toward a common vision or goal.
• Demonstrates the political acumen necessary to be supportive of Board members when attending meetings or events in the community.
• Has the ability to assist the Board in understanding and strengthening its policy-making responsibility, including its role in the Accreditation process.
• Provides leadership and expertise to assist the Board in annual goal-setting, professional development, and self-evaluation.


EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP IN THE COMMUNITY:
• As part of a team of District and College-level leaders, is successful in cultivating and maintaining external relationships. This includes addressing advocacy for and community support of the institution as well as external resource development through the work of the Foundation, pursuit of grant funding and functional partnerships in the community.
• Cultivates and maintains ongoing partnerships with business, industry, government agencies, community-based and local service organizations, and other educational institutions.
• Uses effective relationship with regional, state, and national educational and policy leaders to advance the vision and goals of the District.
• Provides entrepreneurial leadership on behalf of RSCCD by inspiring community leaders and organizations to support and participate in District and College programs and services.


HOW TO APPLY
If you are interested in applying for the Chancellor positon, please visit https://www.rsccd.edu/chancellorsearch/

• To be considered for this position, an applicant must:
1. Complete an electronic application form.
2. Submit letter of application of no more than five pages that highlights their knowledge, experience, characteristics and qualities for the Chancellor position.
3. Submit a current resume including the names, home and cell phone numbers of eight references, including two community members. It is preferred that the references be from current and former institutions. References will only be contacted for finalists and with the candidate's permission.
• All application materials must be submitted electronically through the RSCCD website.

Please upload the following application materials in the appropriate boxes with your online application:
• Resume (Required)
• Letter of application, preferably five pages or less (Required)

All application materials must be submitted electronically through the RSCCD employment website.

Contact:

Human Resources
Rancho Santiago Community College District
CA

Dean - other
Foothill-De Anza Community College District
Dean, Apprenticeship Program  
  Posted Monday, February 25, 2019
 


Dean, Apprenticeship Program

Foothill-De Anza Community College District

Posting #: 18-068

Campus: Foothill College

Close/Initial Review Date:

Open Until Filled: Yes

Description:

Full Salary Range: $121,787.29 - $171,366.95 annually*

*Actual placement is based on applicant's verified education and experience (Customary Hiring Range: $121,787.29-$155,434.87 annually). In addition, candidates with verified educational units beyond the minimum qualification may qualify for additional pay, up to $564 per contract month. NOTE: The salary advertised with this position is based on the 2017-2018 salary schedule. Effective July 1,2018 through June 30, 2019, the position will receive an additional temporary 5% increase. On July 1, 2019 salaries will revert to the 2017-2018 salary schedule unless another agreement is reached.

Initial Review Date: 2/18/19**
**Any complete applications received after the review date will only be forwarded to the hiring committee at their request.

The Foothill-De Anza Community College District is currently accepting applications for the management position above.

POSITION PURPOSE:
Reporting to the Executive Vice President of Instruction and Student Services, the Dean of Apprenticeship provides strategic planning and leadership, administrative oversight, and overall programmatic direction for the Foothill College Apprenticeship Program. The Dean, liaising with the apprenticeship sites, is responsible for strategic leadership, implementation of program development and accountability in alignment with College and District mission and vision, program management, and day-to-day operations.

The Dean works closely with apprenticeship site administrators, faculty, and staff of the program trades and disciplines, Foothill College academic administrators and classified professionals, and the College Curriculum Committee to ensure program goals and objectives are met. The Dean is also responsible for grant funded programs and contract education while directly supervising a program coordinator. The Dean also supports the advancement of the college apprenticeship sites through the development and delivery of services reflective of the sites' and college's shared academic mission, vision, and values.

NATURE and SCOPE:
The Dean is responsible for Apprenticeship programs serving more than 4000 apprentice students, enrolled in eight different apprenticeship trades, located in 12 different programs, and covering a geographic area from the East Bay Area to the Central Valley. The programs employ over 450 faculty/instructors. The program is expected to grow to meet the needs of business and industry employers.

KEY DUTIES and RESPONSIBILITIES:
The following duties and responsibilities are typical but not limited to the following:
  1. Program Oversight: supervise day-to-day operations and implementation of strategic planning and leadership initiatives in support and development of the apprenticeship programs in the various trades and disciplines.
  2. Strategic Planning: provide leadership that drives the program to achieve developed and stated college and apprenticeship strategic priorities. Collaborate with Site Administrators and regional business leadership partners to identify and implement strategies to develop and expand the programs to meet community and business needs. Align objectives with current and anticipated regulatory changes and requirements, current and future workforce needs, and the mission, vision, and values of Foothill College.
  3. Liaison to the Apprenticeship Sites: facilitate a collaborative model and participate as an active leadership member with Site Administrators to ensure the development and implementation of a shared vision and mission as directed by the Site Directors and staff.
  4. Liaison with Community Workforce Partners: liaise with professional businesses and industry partners, and community organizations to build, maintain, and develop strategic partnerships and ensure program currency. Actively participate in regional trade site and union events, work groups, and activities where appropriate.
  5. Compliance: monitor and assure apprenticeship program and site compliance with state and federal regulations, college policies, apprenticeship requirements, and specific industry licensure and certificate requirements.
  6. Budget and Fiscal Management: oversee the preparation and ongoing analysis and processing of the program budget, revenue, and expenditures including data collection and reporting.
  7. Learning Outcomes Assessment: assure instructional environments are regularly assessed and perceived as high quality while meeting state and federal regulations and college accreditation standards. Coordinate with the sites to conduct annual faculty evaluations.
  8. Enrollment Management: analyze various data sets to develop and implement strategic programming and course scheduling with the goal of supporting the apprenticeship sites, maximizing revenue, and assuring course development and implementation.
  9. Supervision of Personnel: interview, select and hire direct-reporting employees; supervise, assign, direct and schedule work activities; explain how duties are to be carried out, evaluate the performance of assigned personnel; effectively communicate how the performance of duties will be measured; recommend promotions and rewards for service. Approve monthly time and attendance records, requests for time off, additional time worked, and overtime/compensatory time worked/taken. Address performance problems through corrective disciplinary action; suspend and/or terminate personnel according to established policies and procedures Address and resolve a wide variety of concerns and complaints; adjust grievances; recommend transfers and reassignments. Evaluate and/or assure the evaluation of faculty instructors as required.
  10. Professional Development: plan, coordinate and arrange for appropriate training for assigned personnel; develop and initiate departmental activities, orientations and in-services to review policies and procedures of the program, the College and changes on State regulations. Develop and implement professional development plans for faculty instructors.
  11. Program Marketing: oversee the planning, production, and implementation of marketing efforts for apprenticeship programs and activities; cultivate and develop programming with local community cultural and ethnic groups.
  12. Community Outreach and College Articulation: communicate with College and District personnel to coordinate activities and programs, resolve issues, and exchange information; develop collaborative partnerships with faculty, staff and programs at other school districts, colleges, and universities regarding apprenticeship programs
  13. Program Data Evaluation: oversee the preparation and maintenance of a variety of narrative and statistical reports, records and files related to assigned activities and personnel.
  14. Representation of Apprenticeship Programs: attend and conduct a variety of meetings, conferences and workshops representing Foothill Apprenticeship Programs.
  15. Perform other related duties as assigned.

EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS

Knowledge:

  1. District policies and procedures
  2. California Education Code
  3. Principles and practices of administration, supervision and training
  4. Policies related to community college courses and curriculum development
  5. Practical and ethical business practices.
  6. Budget preparation and control
  7. Marketing and public relations
  8. Oral and written communication skills
  9. Interpersonal skills using tact, patience and courtesy
  10. Computers: commonly used software and communication mediums

Skills and Abilities:

  1. Understanding of, sensitivity to, and respect for the diverse academic, socio-economic, ethnic, religious, and cultural backgrounds, disability, and sexual orientation of community college students, faculty and staff.
  2. Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with others
  3. Leadership /management / supervisory skills
  4. Work independently with little direction
  5. Meet schedules and time lines
  6. Experience in fiscal management.
  7. Compile and analyze data and prepare reports
  8. Prepare comprehensive narrative and statistical reports
  9. Organizational, time management, and problem solving abilities.
  10. Develop and implement strategic planning processes.
  11. Communicate effectively, orally and in writing.
WORKING CONDITIONS:

Environment:

  1. Typical office environment.
  2. Subject to travel to conduct work.

Physical Abilities:

  1. Hearing and speaking to exchange information in person and on the telephone and make presentations.
  2. Dexterity of hands and fingers to operate a computer keyboard.
  3. Vision sufficient to read various materials.
  4. Sitting for extending periods of time.
  5. Bending at the waist.
  6. Lifting and carrying objects up to 20 lbs.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  1. Understanding of, sensitivity to, and respect for the diverse academic, socio-economic, ethnic, religious, and cultural backgrounds, disability, and sexual orientation of community college students, faculty and staff.
  2. Master's degree.
  3. Administrative experience, educational management or teaching and/or training experience in an accredited post-secondary institution or business with demonstrated success in an academic or training program.
  4. Evidence of leadership abilities within an educational, business, or government institution.
APPLICATION PACKET:

  1. A District on-line application on http://hr.fhda.edu/careers/. *In the application, you will provide information, which demonstrates your understanding of, sensitivity to, and respect for the diverse academic, socio-economic, ethnic, religious, and cultural backgrounds, disability, and sexual orientation of community college students, faculty and staff. Additionally, you will be asked to explain how your life experiences, studies or work have influenced your commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion.
  2. A cover letter addressing your qualifications for the position.
  3. A current resume of all work experience, formal education and training.
If any required application materials are omitted, the committee will not review your application. Items not required (including reference letters) will not be accepted. For full-consideration, all application packets must be received by 11:59 pm on the closing date.

Please allow yourself ample time to complete your application and resolve any technical difficulties that may arise with your submission. We do not guarantee a response to application questions within 48 hours of the closing date. You may also visit our “Applicant Information” to assist with technical difficulties at: http://hr.fhda.edu/careers/a-applicant-instructions.html

CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:
Position: Full-Time, Contract, 12-months per year
Starting date: As soon as possible upon completion of the search process.

Annual salary plus benefits; excellent benefits package which includes coverage for employee and eligible dependents, dental, vision care, employee assistance program, long term disability, retirement benefits and basic life insurance.

For information on our benefits package that includes medical for employees and dependents, visit our web site: http://hr.fhda.edu/benefits/index.html

Persons with disabilities who require reasonable accommodation to complete the employment process must notify Employment Services no later than the closing date of the announcement.

The successful applicant will be required to provide proof of authorization to work in the U.S.

The Foothill-De Anza Community College District does not reimburse applicants for travel, lodging or any other costs incurred by applicant to attend interviews. All interviewing costs incurred will be the responsibility of the applicant.

For more information about our application process contact:

Employment Services
Foothill-De Anza Community College District
12345 El Monte Road
Los Altos Hills, California 94022
Email: employment@fhda.edu
http://hr.fhda.edu/


To apply, visit: http://hr.fhda.edu/careers/

Contact:

Human Resources
Foothill-De Anza Community College District
12345 El Monte Road
Los Altos Hills CA 94022
United States

VP/VC Administrative/Business Services
Rancho Santiago Community College District
Chancellor  
  Posted Thursday, February 07, 2019
 


Chancellor

Rancho Santiago Community College District is seeking an exceptional leader who is responsible for overseeing all functions, programs, services and operations of the District's two Colleges, Santa Ana College and Santiago Canyon College in accordance with federal and state regulations and policies adopted by the District's seven-member Board of Trustees.

The Chancellor provides executive direction and leadership to the District's academic and classified administrators and staff in all areas of administration, instruction, student services, and other support services. The Chancellor has a primary leadership role for accreditation, ensuring that the District and Colleges meet or exceed eligibility requirements, accreditation standards, and commission policies at all times. The Chancellor assumes overall responsibility for the fiscal health and prudent operation of the District. The Chancellor ensures that the District and its Colleges continually improve to meet the diverse and changing needs of students and are actively engaged in outreach to community stakeholders.

The Chancellor fosters a culture of collaboration, mutual respect, innovation, and continuous improvement throughout the District; leads by example; actively participates in and supports Districtwide participatory governance components, activities, and other collaborative processes; encourages professional excellence ​among the staff and promotes an organizational culture of customer service, innovation, and quality services.


REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Chancellor of Rancho Santiago Community College District ("District") is responsible for overseeing all functions, programs, services, and operations of the District's two Colleges; Santa Ana College and Santiago Canyon College ("Colleges"), in accordance with federal and state regulations and policies adopted by the District's seven-member Board of Trustees ("Board").

The Chancellor provides executive direction and leadership to the District's academic and classified administrators and staff in all areas of administration, instruction, student services and other support services. The Chancellor has a primary leadership role for accreditation, ensuring that the District and Colleges meet or exceed eligibility requirements, accreditation standards, and commission policies at all times. The Chancellor assumes overall responsibility for the fiscal health and prudent operation of the District. The Chancellor ensures that the District and its Colleges continually improve to meet the diverse and changing needs of students and are actively engaged in outreach to community stakeholders.

The Chancellor fosters a culture of collaboration, mutual respect, innovation, and continuous improvement throughout the District; leads by example; actively participates in and supports District-wide participatory governance components, activities, and other collaborative processes; encourages professional excellence among the staff and promotes an organizational culture of customer service, innovation, and quality services.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
• A Master's degree from an accredited institution.
• At least eight (8) years of recent educational administrative and/or management experience which includes responsibility for decision-making, supervision, and policy recommendations in any combination of finance, educational planning, student services, or human resources management.
• Demonstrated sensitivity in working with people of diverse racial, ethnic, disability, and socioeconomic backgrounds.
• Demonstrated record of community service.


DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS:
• An earned doctorate from an accredited institution.
• At least five (5) years of community college senior administrative experience with demonstrated success in a college environment dealing with a variety of issues from academic affairs (including non-credit), student affairs, financial management, faculty and staff relations, facilities development, and strategic planning.
• Experience in a multi-college district in a diverse community.
• Faculty experience in higher education, most preferably in a public community college.


IDEAL CHARACTERISTICS:
PERSONAL

• Exhibits a relentless commitment to student success.
• Provides an untiring focus on issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion as they relate to the success of students, employees, and the communities the District serves.
• Demonstrates the courage to tackle difficult issues yet maintains the diplomacy and tact to ensure effective relationships with all constituent groups are maintained.
• Exhibits effective, creative problem-solving skills and is able to identify and resolve problems in a timely manner.
• Is a proactive leader, able to effectively identify and resolve crises and other challenges in a timely manner, and then manage related communication with all district personnel, the Board, and the public.
• Is an innovative and creative leader who is willing to take appropriate risks to improve student success.
• Instills a climate of trust, collegiality and mutual respect.
• Is honest, ethical and leads with personal and institutional integrity.
• Inspires confidence in one's leadership. Develops relationships with all constituent groups in the district so they understand the Chancellor can be trusted to help them with issues that remain unresolved at the college level.
• Possesses a positive attitude and an enthusiasm for the goals of the institution, which then becomes an example to others.
• Respects institutional traditions and values yet seizes meaningful opportunities for growth.
• Speaks effectively, actively listens, and takes multiple perspectives into consideration. Engages with people from all constituent groups in an authentic and meaningful way.
• Possesses well-developed interpersonal skills to be actively engaged in the needs of the two colleges and the communities the District serves.


EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP:
• Demonstrates both an authentic approach to leadership and an ability to achieve institutional accomplishments. Brings critical information to the dialogue and values the contribution of all individuals and constituent groups. Understands the philosophy and practices that are the foundations of AB 1725 (1988).
• Possesses and uses fiscal expertise and resource management experience, data-driven decision making, and student-centered planning, particularly as they will be focused on guiding the District's transition to the student-centered funding formula of the California Community Colleges. Makes decisions in a fair and consistent manner and is able to communicate the reasons for such decisions in a manner that is clearly understood by all constituent groups.
• Demonstrates the fiscal acumen to effectively promote, implement, and manage external resource development, including campaigns to successfully pass capital bond measures.
• Understands, supports, and implements a decentralized leadership approach between the colleges and the District, while striking an effective balance between setting a common direction and providing the colleges' opportunities to cultivate and maintain their respective identities.
• Is an effective team builder, exhibiting an ability to motivate others for the work to be done and to perform at their best. Leadership style characterized by enthusiasm, confidence, vitality, and good-natured humor.
• Committed to data-informed decisions to address movement toward becoming a true student-centered institution. At times involving strategic risks to address student achievement equity gaps between and within specific student populations. Fosters collaboration between the District and the colleges to ensure that significant progress is made to improve access, learning, progress, and completion for all student groups. Uses effective communication strategies to establish urgency about the benefits of changes that must be made to increase and improve student completion in all areas and programs.
• Has the courage and perseverance to address challenges and confrontations. Whether in pursuit of the vision and goals of the District or in utilizing resources to do so is deliberate in the assessment of conflicting perspectives and can bring divergent perspectives to consensus and the successful resolution of conflict. Has the ability to make a tough decision in a timely way.
• Communicates with and actively listens to all constituent groups to foster a shared District-wide vision, cultivates relationships that lead to effective collaborations between segments of the District, and takes direction that respects the distinctive history and current characteristics of both colleges.
• Demonstrates successful experience in developing long-range planning that frames the District-wide budget process, resource allocation, and education and facilities master planning.
• Possesses experience in leading and managing the resources of a complex organization such that a propensity for success in a multi-college district setting is easily accomplished.
• Has an ability to understand the complex California community college policy, legal, regulatory, collective bargaining environment (internal, state and federal), and has relevant institutional management experience in navigating such issues.
• Exhibits knowledge of and commitment to national and statewide initiatives (College Promise, Strong Workforce Programs, Guided Pathways, Online Education Initiative, Adult Education, Zero Textbook Cost Degree Initiative) and how each supports the state's "Vision for Success" and the impacts they have on the Colleges' ability to apply them to meet the needs of the district's student population.
• Committed to technology in education.


BOARD LEADERSHIP AND DEVELOPMENT:
• Possesses the ability to establish a strong and trusting partnership with the Board of Trustees and create a culture of mutual respect and open communication.
• Takes direction from the Board in policy matters, understands the Chancellor's role within the authority structure and engages with leadership in a creative, innovative, and respectful way.
• Understands the nuances of communication with the Board. Demonstrates the ability to effectively communicate with the Board so that the Board is informed about potential problem issues ahead of time.
• Communicates with each Board member in the most effective manner so that the Board members' respective area needs are understood and addressed.
• Engages in thoughtful and energetic discussions with the Board. Demonstrates the courage necessary to be honest and forthright with the Board, respectfully disagreeing with them on issues but able to lead the Board toward a common vision or goal.
• Demonstrates the political acumen necessary to be supportive of Board members when attending meetings or events in the community.
• Has the ability to assist the Board in understanding and strengthening its policy-making responsibility, including its role in the Accreditation process.
• Provides leadership and expertise to assist the Board in annual goal-setting, professional development, and self-evaluation.


EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP IN THE COMMUNITY:
• As part of a team of District and College-level leaders, is successful in cultivating and maintaining external relationships. This includes addressing advocacy for and community support of the institution as well as external resource development through the work of the Foundation, pursuit of grant funding and functional partnerships in the community.
• Cultivates and maintains ongoing partnerships with business, industry, government agencies, community-based and local service organizations, and other educational institutions.
• Uses effective relationship with regional, state, and national educational and policy leaders to advance the vision and goals of the District.
• Provides entrepreneurial leadership on behalf of RSCCD by inspiring community leaders and organizations to support and participate in District and College programs and services.


HOW TO APPLY
If you are interested in applying for the Chancellor positon, please visit https://www.rsccd.edu/chancellorsearch/

• To be considered for this position, an applicant must:
1. Complete an electronic application form.
2. Submit letter of application of no more than five pages that highlights their knowledge, experience, characteristics and qualities for the Chancellor position.
3. Submit a current resume including the names, home and cell phone numbers of eight references, including two community members. It is preferred that the references be from current and former institutions. References will only be contacted for finalists and with the candidate's permission.
• All application materials must be submitted electronically through the RSCCD website.

Please upload the following application materials in the appropriate boxes with your online application:
• Resume (Required)
• Letter of application, preferably five pages or less (Required)

All application materials must be submitted electronically through the RSCCD employment website.

Contact:

Human Resources
Rancho Santiago Community College District
CA

Director
Pasadena City College
Director, Student Health Services  
  Posted Tuesday, February 05, 2019
 

 

DIRECTOR, STUDENT HEALTH SERVICES
Student Health Services
Academic Management Position
100% - 12 Months

Exempt Position: This is an exempt position and is not subject to overtime pay.
Management earn 22 vacation days per fiscal year.
Hours: Monday to Friday 8:00 am to 4:30 pm

OPEN UNTIL FILLED.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

1. A valid, current California License as a registered nurse, and either of the following
2. Two years of experience as a Registered Nurse in a health care center or facility with a minimum of one year working in a lead capacity.
3. Demonstrated sensitive to and understand the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation and ethnic backgrounds of community college students.

Please note, once your application is submitted you will not be able to add, change or upload documents. We advise that you carefully review your application and all the documents you have uploaded to ensure that they are free from errors and complete. If you cannot finish your application in one seating, you can save the application and return at a later date to continue editing or completing the process. Give yourself plenty of time to complete and submit your application by the stated closing date.

For full application instructions and position description, visit https://pasadena.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?site=1&id=447

Additional or missing items will not be accepted after the closing date.

Contact:

Human Resources
Pasadena City College
Pasadena CA 91106
United States

Dean - other
College of Marin
Dean of Health Sciences  
  Posted Monday, January 21, 2019
 


Dean of Health Sciences

Salary: $132,063.00 - $167,450.00 Annually

Closing Date:

Job Type: Full-time

Location: Kentfield & Indian Valley (Novato) Campuses, California

Description:

 

 

PRIORITY SCREENING DATE: February 18, 2019
Open Until Filled


All application materials must be received by the Priority Screening Date in order to be considered during the initial screening. Applications received after this date may be considered thereafter at the discretion of the College until the position is filled.

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Reporting to the Vice President of Student Learning & Success, the Dean of Health Sciences serves as the primary administrator for programs in health sciences. These programs, housed across both the Kentfield and Indian Valley Campuses, include nursing, dental assisting, medical assisting, and fire technology. The Dean of Health Sciences is responsible for overall leadership and management of division programs and fostering an equity-minded, collaborative environment to facilitate program and student success. Responsibilities include budget development and management, curriculum development, faculty and staff supervision and evaluation, and acting as the nursing program director per Board of Registered Nursing requirements. The Dean is responsible for advancing the College's mission, implementing College policies, and assuring compliance with all applicable accreditation requirements, education codes, and state/Federal laws.

DIVERSITY STATEMENT
College of Marin strives to embrace diversity in all forms; it strives to be an inclusive community that fosters an open, enlightened and productive environment and demonstrates sensitivity to and respect for a diverse population.

COM serves a county population of approximately 250,000 residents. Based on fall 2017 credit enrollment data, the diversity of students at the college includes greater representation than the county with regards to enrollment by Hispanic/Latino (28% of enrollment), Asian (8%), Black/African American (4%), and Multi-racial (6%) students.

College of Marin is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in employment on the basis of, or perception of, race, ethnic group identification, ancestry, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, physical disability, mental disability, gender, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, medical condition, genetic information, genetic condition, status as a veteran, and is subject to Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 as amended, Civil Rights Act of 1991, Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990, and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. In accordance with Executive Order 11246 (as amended), COM is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


FOREIGN DEGREE HOLDERS: Please see the Required Application Documents section below for important information regarding the evaluation of your foreign degrees.

To Apply: http://jobs.marin.edu

Essential Functions:

PROGRAMS
Collaborate with college administration, staff, and faculty to develop a vision for, plan, implement, and evaluate short- and long-range strategies, goals, and objectives for all health sciences programs, including projects, staffing, accountability, safety, services, activities, and facilities utilization.

Research, recommend, develop, and foster partnerships with other educational institutions, state and local healthcare agencies and organizations, hospitals and other healthcare facilities, community organizations, government agencies, corporations, and local businesses. Liaise with clinical settings/partners and utilize an entrepreneurial approach to expanding these opportunities for students across health sciences programs. Collaborate with faculty to regularly convene advisory committees for each health sciences program.

Collaborate with faculty and staff to develop class offerings and student learning support programs pursuant to proper course articulation policies and standards, student diversity, state and local healthcare training standards and regulations, enrollment services, licensing and certification standards, student needs, and program requirements.

Collaborate to build, foster, and advance equity-minded, student-centered programs, services, and activities that are integrated with division goals and objectives.

STAFFING
Direct, supervise and evaluate the work of the program administrator, support staff, and faculty, in compliance with collective bargaining agreements, District policies, and established procedures. Project and plan for short- and long-range staffing needs, in conjunction with senior administrators, faculty chairs/coordinators, and staff. Design and recommend equity-minded services, training, and other activities that foster advancement of Equal Opportunity policies and procedures.

Mentor faculty and staff, evaluate faculty in clinical settings, and coordinate on-going, equity-minded professional development for all employees in the division. Engage in professional development to stay current in health sciences fields.

Provide leadership in the development and implementation of department communication channels and participatory governance. Actively engage in participatory governance consultations and collaboration with academic senate, faculty groups, and classified staff on a variety of institutional issues. Provide guidance to, receive, and present recommendations from faculty senate and other representative organizations, as applicable, regarding the planning, implementation, and review of academic programs, services, activities, and related matters.

Plan, direct, and coordinate safety procedures and regulations related to off-site student learning programs. Collaborate with hospital and other healthcare staff regarding student nursing and other health science internships, credit course work, work-study on-site experience and other activities, student supervision, and activity coordination.

BUDGETING
Provide leadership and participate in the planning, development, implementation, and evaluation of department budgets, under direction of the Vice President of Student Learning & Success. Research, develop, recommend, implement, and evaluate externally funded initiatives and opportunities. Plan and recommend resource allocations that support instructional and student support programs including staffing, technology, facilities, and fiscal accountability.

Research, develop, collaborate, and prepare grants and other external funding proposals. Administer categorically funded budgets. Compile data for, prepare, and present financial, statistical, demographic, and other regular and special reports. Direct and monitor faculty and staff work on funding initiatives.

Research, develop, and recommend advancements in the use of instructional technology across all department curriculum, programs, and services, and in the administration and implementation of student learning programs, reporting, services, and activities.

ACCREDITATION/COMPLIANCE/REPORTING
Develop program documentation, student files, correspondence, demographic and statistical information, state and other required reports, informational materials, department equipment and materials inventory, and other data.

Provide leadership for accreditation and compliance activities for all programs. Specifically, maintain close contact with the Board of Registered Nursing (BRN) and the Commission on Dental Accreditation (CODA) to ensure on-going compliance and anticipate changes to accreditation and reporting standards. Provide leadership for the division with institutional accreditation activities with the Accrediting Commission of Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJC).

Perform other related duties as assigned.


Requirements & Desirables:

REQUIREMENTS
The Dean of Health Sciences must meet the requirements to serve as the Director of the Registered Nursing program. These requirements include, but are not limited to:

1.) A Master's or higher degree from an accredited college or university which includes course work in nursing, education, or administration, and one (1) year at the supervisory level.

2.) One (1) year's experience as an administrator with validated performance of administrative responsibilities:

A.) Administrative position is defined as a director or assistant director whose responsibility and accountability includes coordinating, directing, fiscal planning, and all activities involved in developing, implementing and managing the nursing program.

B.) Administrative responsibility:

  • in a registered nursing education program, which includes diploma, associate, baccalaureate and post-licensure RN programs; or
  • the registered nurse administrator of a hospital professional nursing education services program.

C.) An academic year of two (2) semesters or three (3) quarters will be regarded as equivalent to one year's administrative experience.


3.) Two (2) years' experience teaching in pre- or post-licensure registered nursing programs:


A.) An academic year is defined as two (2) semesters or three (3) quarters.
B.) Two (2) years' teaching experience as instructor.
C.) Full-time teaching experience preferred.
D.) Pre- or post-licensure registered nursing program such as associate, baccalaureate, master's, or doctoral degree nursing programs.


4.) One (1) year's continuous full-time, or its equivalent, experience providing direct patient care as a registered nurse; or equivalent experience and/or education as determined by the California Board of Registered Nursing (BRN).

5.) Active Registered Nursing license issued by the CA BRN or eligibility to obtain California RN licensure.

6.) Employment as the registered nursing program director is subject to CA BRN approval prior to initiation of employment.

7.) Experience and demonstrated skill in effective communication with diverse groups; and

8.) Demonstrated commitment to equity-minded practices in support of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students, college staff, and community members.

PHYSICAL/OTHER REQUIREMENTS
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the following physical, mental and other abilities are required in order to perform the essential functions of this classification: complex data comparison, analysis, and synthesis; attention to detail; exposure to chemicals and fumes; public speaking to small and large groups; persuasive communication; negotiation; multi-tasking; flexibility; adaptability; tact and sensitivity.

DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS

  • Previous experience in higher education including curriculum and student success activities.
  • Knowledge of nursing regulations, accreditation standards, and state/Federal codes, statutes, and regulations that govern California community college instructional and student learning programs relating to nursing, dental assisting, medical assisting, and fire technology.
  • Demonstrated skill in participatory governance and collaborative management.
  • Demonstrated skill in written and verbal communication with expertise in working with community groups and employees.
  • Expertise in writing and managing grants.
  • Demonstrated ability to function effectively as a member of the management team.


CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT
Prior to employment, the selected candidate will be required to complete the following:

  1. In accordance with Federal Law all employees must provide proof of eligibility to work in the United States.
  2. Criminal Justice/Fingerprint Clearance.
  3. Pre-employment drug screening and background check..
  4. California Education Code, Section 87408.6 requires persons employed by a community college in an academic or classified position to submit to a TB risk assessment developed by CDPH and CTCA and, if risk factors are present, an examination to determine that he or she is free of infectious TB; initially upon hire and every four years thereafter.
  5. Certificated candidates who have not previously been employed in an academic position in California will be required to provide a medical certificate from a licensed physician showing that the candidate is free from any communicable disease unfitting the candidate to instruct or associate with students. The medical exam shall have been conducted not more than six months before submission of the certificate and shall be at the expense of the candidate. (Ed. Code Section 87408)
  6. DISASTER SERVICE WORKERS: All Marin Community College District (MCCD) employees are designated Disaster Service Workers through state and local law (California Government Code Section 3100-3109). Employment with the MCCD requires the affirmation of a loyalty oath to this effect. Employees are required to complete all Disaster Service Worker-related training as assigned, and to return to work as ordered in the event of an emergency. For more information, please see the MCCD Emergency Operations Plan.
  7. Candidates applying for positions with the Marin Community College District may be disqualified from consideration should their conviction history not meet the standards established under the California Education Code.

REQUIRED APPLICATION DOCUMENTS
The following documents must be attached to your application in order to render it complete. Use the Attachment Type indicated in parentheses when making your attachments.

  1. Cover Letter (cover letter)
  2. Resume (resume)
  3. Complete copy of college transcript conferring Bachelor's degree (bachelor's transcript)
  4. Complete copy of college transcript conferring Master's degree (master's transcript)
  5. Statement - Please provide a response to the following prompt (two pages, maximum; other):

College of Marin is committed to providing equitable opportunities for all members of our diverse community. This requires campus leaders to be accountable for the success of students and see equity racial gaps as their responsibility to address. Please write about how you approach being equity-minded in your work, citing examples, and how as a campus leader you would help others understand the social and historical context of exclusionary practices in higher education and take responsibility for being change agents toward the fulfillment of the College's commitments.

(If you hold additional degrees beyond the Bachelor's and Master's level, please attach a copy of your transcript conferring these degrees as well.Unofficial transcripts are acceptable for application purposes, as long as they confer the degree and show the coursework taken and grades achieved.An official transcript would be required upon hire.)

FOREIGN DEGREE HOLDERS:
Where applicable, foreign degree credentials must be evaluated by a third party to determine the equivalent U.S. degree and major. Please review the following points carefully to determine whether you must submit a Foreign Credential Evaluation (FCE) with your application. Evaluations should provide the name of the institution attended, a description of your credentials, the major of study, and the U.S. equivalent for each credential. For a list of evaluating agencies, visit the State of California Commission on Teacher Credentialing.

  • If you satisfy the minimum educational requirement with a degree that was granted in the U.S., but your previous degree(s) was obtained from a foreign institution, you do not need to attach a Foreign Credential Evaluation (FCE) for your previous degree(s). You must, however, attach a copy of a (translated) transcript for the previous degree. For additional clarification of acceptable transcripts, please contact Human Resources.
  • If your degree that satisfies the minimum educational requirement was obtained from a foreign institution, you must submit an FCE for that degree and any other foreign degrees leading up to it.
  • If you are asserting equivalence (see Minimum Qualifications for Faculty/Administrators above) because your degree does not specifically match the minimum educational requirements as listed and any of your degrees was obtained outside the U.S., you must attach an FCE for your foreign degree(s).

Supplemental & Salary Information:

CLASSIFICATION CATEGORY & RETIREMENT PLAN
The Dean of Health Sciences is an educational administrative position, in compliance with all applicable sections of the California Education Code. Employees in this classification are members of the California State Teachers' Retirement System (CalSTRS). Educational administrative employees are employed subject to the terms and conditions set forth in the individual's employment agreement with the District.

SALARY INFORMATION
FLSA Status: Exempt
Salary Grade: MGMT 5
Salary Range: $132,063 to $167,450 annually. Background and experience will determine placement.

Please refer to the Management Salary Schedule on our Human Resources web site for detailed information.

SELECTION PROCESS
Applications must include the documents listed in the Required Documents section to be rendered complete; incomplete applications will not be accepted. Screening will begin after the priority screening date, and applicants will be notified of their status, either way, once the screening has been completed. Applicants selected to interview will be contacted to schedule an interview appointment with the screening committee, and those who are forwarded by the committee following the first interview may be invited for a second interview. Regrettably, College of Marin is not able to offer reimbursement for travel to interviews at this time.

To Apply: http://jobs.marin.edu

To apply: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/collegeofmarin/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=2314110

Contact:

Human Resources
College of Marin
CA

Other Administrative Position
Southwestern College
Senior Account Technician  
  Posted Wednesday, January 02, 2019
 

 

SENIOR ACCOUNT TECHNICIAN
FINANCE
12 MONTH, FULL-TIME, CLASSIFIED POSITIONS


RESPONSIBILITIES:
Under the direction of the Assistant Controller or other assigned management staff, oversee the business transactions of the College; serve as liaison to the campus bookstore, the Associated Student Organization (ASO) and the Fiscal Services staff; perform complex accounting analysis and reporting for various campus accounts.

REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES:
1. Perform full charge bookkeeping duties for bookstore operations and other District accounts.
2. Input and monitor various business transactions of the College; perform complex accounting analysis and reporting for various campus accounts; reconcile monthly bank statements and post adjusting general ledger journal entries.
3. Perform monthly general ledger analysis and reconciliation of sub ledgers to the general ledger, including accounts receivable and accounts payable and revenues received from various sources; provide potential explanation for variances.
4. Calculate and prepare financial projections for tentative and final budgets; prepare actual figures for adopted budget; monitor budget, revenue and expenditures for variances; make recommendations for budget adjustments as necessary to meet operational needs.
5. Set-up, audit and reconcile accounts receivable due to bookstore; prepare monthly customer statements.
6. Reconcile and prepare use/sales tax return for various campus accounts; prepare and mail tax return payments within established guidelines.
7. Prepare invoices and/or remittances for various governmental agencies and vendors; code and post journal vouchers; verify and reconcile warrant listings, stock requests, invoices and related data for various campus accounts.
8. Monitor bookstore investment accounts, make recommendation for appropriate investments and prepare appropriate entries depending on the status of the investments.
9. Monitor, audit, analyze and reconcile the accounts receivable for the general fund; compile information and complete assigned portions of the reports.
10. Perform related duties and responsibilities as required.

KNOWLEDGE & ABILITIES: MUST HAVE KNOWLEDGE OF: Principles and procedures of general and governmental accounting as applicable to community colleges. Generally accepted accounting principles and practices. Federal, state and local laws, codes and regulations pertaining to community college accounting and financial reporting. Office procedures, methods and equipment including computers and applicable software applications such as word processing, spreadsheets and databases. Mathematical principles and procedures. Methods and techniques of financial and statistical record-keeping. Principles and practices of budget preparation and control. Oral and written communication skills.

MUST HAVE ABILITY TO: Perform a variety of complex technical accounting functions. Process and record accounting transactions accurately. Compare numbers and detect errors efficiently. Organize and prioritize various projects and timelines. Research, compile, analyze, interpret, prepare and maintain a variety of fiscal, statistical and administrative records and reports. Prepare a variety of complex financial statements. Operate office equipment including computers and supporting word processing, spreadsheet and database applications. Work independently with little direction. Meet critical deadlines while working with frequent interruptions. Perform mathematic computations and other accounting functions with speed and accuracy. Work with and exhibit sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse racial, ethnic, disabled, sexual orientation, and cultural populations of community college students. Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:
Any combination equivalent to: two years of college with major course work in accounting and three years of experience in technical accounting related work.

WORKING CONDITIONS: The conditions herein are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential job functions.
Environment: Work is performed primarily in a standard office setting with frequent interruptions and distractions; extended periods of time viewing computer monitor.
Physical: Primary functions require sufficient physical ability and mobility to work in an office setting; to stand or sit for prolonged periods of time; to occasionally stoop, bend, kneel, crouch, reach, and twist; to lift, carry, push, and/or pull light to moderate amounts of weight; to operate office equipment requiring repetitive hand movement and fine coordination including use of a computer keyboard; and to verbally communicate to exchange information.
Vision: See in the normal visual range with or without correction.
Hearing: Hear in the normal audio range with or without correction.

SALARY & BENEFITS:
Range 29, Steps 1-6, $4,762.00-$5,792.00. Initial placement for external applicants is Step 1. An excellent benefits package which includes medical, vision, dental, retirement, vacation, generous sick leave package, and life insurance is available for the employee and eligible dependents.

WORKING DAYS & HOURS:
Monday-Friday: 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. (Approximately). Work schedule may be adjusted to meet the needs of the office.

STARTING DATE: As soon as the successful candidate is identified and following the subsequent governing board approval.

APPLICATION DEADLINE:
All application materials must be received on-line at https://jobs.swccd.edu. Position is open until filled. Applications received by the first screening deadline of 11:59 p.m. on Friday, January 4, 2019 are guaranteed to be reviewed by the selection committee. Any application received after the deadline is not guaranteed a review.

TENTATIVE TIMELINE:

December 6, 2018-January 4, 2019
Position advertised; District receives applications.
January 4, 2019
Initial screening deadline for guaranteed consideration. Position is open until filled.
January 14-18
Committee review applications.
January 21-31
Search Committee interviews candidates.
February, 2019
Start date pending Background and Governing Board approval.

FAXED MATERIALS ARE NOT ACCEPTED.

APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Submit the following application materials on-line:

(1) Letter of application (cover letter)
(2)SWC on-line application
(3)Resume
(4)Supplemental questionnaire
(5)Unofficial copies of college transcripts showing date degree conferred

It is the sole responsibility of the applicant to ensure that all application materials are received by the deadline date. A separate, complete application packet is required for each position for which you are applying for.

All materials included in your application packet become District property,
will not be returned, will not be copied, and will be considered for this opening only.
We reserve the right to re-open, re-advertise, delay or cancel filling this position.

If additional positions become available in this classification, applications received in response to this posting may be considered for those additional positions for up to 90 days after final board approval.

INTERVIEW TRAVEL COSTS MUST BE BORNE BY THE APPLICANT.

As an Equal Opportunity Employer and in compliance with the American with Disabilities Act,
Southwestern Community College District will make reasonable accommodations for individuals with disabilities.

Contact:

Human Resources
Southwestern College
Chula Vista CA 91910

Southwestern College
Project Assistant Teacher  
  Posted Thursday, December 20, 2018
 


PROJECT ASSISTANT TEACHER - CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER
10 MONTHS, .60 FTE (24 HOURS PER WEEK)


RESPONSIBILITIES: Under the direction of a Teacher-Child Development/Lab School and supervision of the Director of the Child Development Center/Lab School, assist Teachers in the provision of a safe and stimulating environment that supports the optimal growth and development of each child.

REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES: Maintain assigned areas in a safe, clean, and orderly condition; ensure compliance with established District and Child Development Center/Lab School safety procedures and regulations; set up and clean up classrooms, outdoor play areas, workroom, and kitchen as needed; assist in observations, assessments, and documentation of children's development; assist children with toileting and/or diapering as required; attend required staff meetings; participate in professional development opportunities; perform related duties and responsibilities as required.

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE: Any combination equivalent to: completion of 12 units of Early Childhood Education, including units in Principles of Child Development, Child-Family & Community, and Curriculum Development.

LICENSES AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Incumbents must meet the requirements for a Child Development Assistant Teacher as prescribed by the State of California and the fingerprint requirements as prescribed by the Department of Social Services. Possession of a Pediatric CPR and First Aid certificates. Upon offer of employment, the successful applicant must be able to provide proof of Tuberculosis, LiveScan and Immunizations clearance prior to the start of employment.

SALARY AND BENEFITS:
Range 2, Steps 1-6, $1,465.80-$1,783.20. Initial placement for external applicants is Step 1. An excellent benefits package which includes medical, vision, dental, retirement, vacation, generous sick leave package, and life insurance is available for the employee and eligible dependents.

WORKING DAYS & HOURS:
Monday-Thursday: 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. (Approximately). Work schedule may be adjusted to meet the needs of the center.

STARTING DATE:
As soon as the successful candidate is identified and following the subsequent governing board approval.

APPLICATION DEADLINE:
All application materials must be received on-line at www.swccd.edu. Position is open until filled. Applications received by the first screening deadline of 11:59 p.m. on Friday, January 4, 2019 are guaranteed to be reviewed by the selection committee. Any application received after the deadline is not guaranteed a review.

APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Submit the following application materials on-line at www.swccd.edu

(1) Letter of application (cover letter)
(2)On-line SWC application
(3)Resume
(4)Unofficial copies of college transcripts showing date degrees conferred
(5)Valid Pediatric CPR & First Aid Card
(6)Supplemental questionnaire

It is the sole responsibility of the applicant to ensure that all application materials are received by the deadline date. A separate, complete application packet is required for each position for which you are applying for.

All materials included in your application packet become District property,
will not be returned, will not be copied, and will be considered for this opening only.
We reserve the right to re-open, re-advertise, delay or cancel filling this position.

If additional positions become available in this classification, applications received in response to this posting may be considered for those additional positions for up to 90 days after final board approval.

INTERVIEW TRAVEL COSTS MUST BE BORNE BY THE APPLICANT.

As an Equal Opportunity Employer and in compliance with the American with Disabilities Act,
Southwestern Community College District will make reasonable accommodations for individuals with disabilities.

Contact:

Human Resources
Southwestern College
Chula Vista CA 91910

Southwestern College
Instructional Lab Technician-Science  
  Posted Thursday, December 20, 2018
 


INSTRUCTIONAL LAB TECHNICIAN-SCIENCE AND APPLIED HEALTH

LOCATION: 8100 GIGANTIC STREET, SAN DIEGO, CA 92154

RESPONSIBILITIES: Under the direction of the appropriate administrator, oversee and coordinate the operations of the complex sciences and allied health stockroom; perform complex technical work related to sciences including prioritize, distribute, and coordinate lab assignments; and train, assign, and review work assigned to students and lab technicians.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: Any combination equivalent to: completion of two years of college with major course work in science, medical lab technology, phlebotomy, and/or medical assisting or a related field; and two years of work experience that demonstrates knowledge in assigned areas.

DESIRED EXPERIENCE: Maintenance of cadavers and preserved animal specimens; operation, procedures, and basic maintenance of autoclaves; preparation and maintenance of microbiological cultures and sterile technique. Bachelor degree preferred.

LICENSE OR CERTIFICATE: Possession of a valid certificate as a First Responder in Handling Hazardous Materials Incidents, or ability to obtain within 6 months of employment.

SALARY & BENEFITS: Range 27, Steps 1-6, $4,529.00-$5,514.00. Initial placement for external applicants is Step 1. An excellent benefits package which includes medical, vision, dental, retirement, vacation, generous sick leave package, and life insurance is available for the employee and eligible dependents.

WORKING DAYS & HOURS:
Monday-Thursday: 9:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m. (Approximately). Work schedule may be adjusted to meet the needs of the department, which are subject to change every semester.

STARTING DATE: As soon as the successful candidate is identified and following the subsequent governing board approval.

APPLICATION DEADLINE:
All application materials must be received on-line at https://jobs.swccd.edu. Position is open until filled. Applications received by the first screening deadline of 11:59 p.m. on Friday, January 4, 2019 are guaranteed to be reviewed by the selection committee. Any application received after the deadline is not guaranteed a review.

FAXED MATERIALS ARE NOT ACCEPTED.

APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Submit the following application materials on-line:

(1) Letter of application (cover letter)
(2)SWC on-line application
(3)Resume
(4)Supplemental questionnaire
(5)Certification as a First Responder in Handling Hazardous Materials Incidents if applicable
(6)Unofficial copies of college transcripts showing supplemental course work

It is the sole responsibility of the applicant to ensure that all application materials are received by the deadline date. A separate, complete application packet is required for each position for which you are applying for.

All materials included in your application packet become District property,
will not be returned, will not be copied, and will be considered for this opening only.

We reserve the right to re-open, re-advertise, delay or cancel filling this position.

If additional positions become available in this classification, applications received in response to this posting may be considered for those additional positions for up to 90 days after final board approval.

INTERVIEW TRAVEL COSTS MUST BE BORNE BY THE APPLICANT.

As an Equal Opportunity Employer and in compliance with the American with Disabilities Act,
Southwestern Community College District will make reasonable accommodations for individuals with disabilities.

Contact:

Human Resources
Southwestern College
Chula Vista CA 91910

Director
Southwestern College
Director of Women's Business Center  
  Posted Thursday, December 20, 2018
 


DIRECTOR OF WOMEN'S BUSINESS CENTER

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Under the administrative leadership and general direction of the Center Dean or designee, plan, organize, direct, and monitor the activities and operations of the San Diego and Imperial Women's Business Center (WBC); serve as its primary interface with public agencies, governmental offices, small business/economic development providers, sponsors, and contract holders.

REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES:
1. Plan, organize, direct, and provide leadership for operations and activities of the San Diego and Imperial Women's Business Center; develop, implement, and maintain effective programs for proper execution of the WBC mission.
2. Plan, direct, and coordinate the work of assigned staff; review and evaluate work products, methods, and procedures; organize and meet with staff to plan, develop, and implement effective programs and support services in assigned areas of responsibilities.
3. Provide program management and delivery of small business technical assistance services to small business owners and entrepreneurs in a timely and cost-beneficial manner; ensure adequate and qualified staffing to support the program and its mission.
4. Ensure compliance with Federal Cooperative Agreements, Office of Management and Budget circulars, public agency contracts, Southwestern College agreements, and internal program procedures; make decisions commensurate with corresponding law and policies.
5. Monitor various aspects of the WBC budget including budget preparation and execution; coordinate with the Associate Director and Department Director of Fiscal Services in the preparation of budget revisions and financial reports.
6. In coordination with the Associate Director, identify and obtain funding to sustain and grow WBC operations through sponsors, cooperative agreements, grants, and contract opportunities with public or private organizations.
7. Develop, coordinate, and implement the overall marketing of WBC services to existing and potential clients, stakeholders, and community partners.
8. Initiate and develop client development workshops, training seminars, and other client development activities such as business planning, marketing, bookkeeping, financing, and related areas. Develop and monitor the execution of client counseling sessions, counseling session follow-ups, and other client assistance programs.
9. Perform related duties and responsibilities as required.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Any combination equivalent to: a Bachelor's degree with major course work in business administration, public administration, or related field AND two years of increasingly responsible, directly-related management level experience working with small businesses with an emphasis on government procurement services.

SALARY:
Range 28, Steps 1-9, $6,494.00-$9,236.00. An excellent benefits package which includes medical, vision, dental, retirement, vacation, generous sick leave package, and life insurance is available for the employee and eligible dependents. This position is a classified exempt position in accordance with the Fair Labor Standards Act and California Education Code Section 88020. The employee holding this position is not eligible for overtime compensation.

WORKING DAYS & HOURS:
Monday-Friday: 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. (Approximately)

STARTING DATE:
As soon as the successful candidate is identified and following the subsequent governing board approval.

APPLICATION DEADLINE:
All application materials must be received on-line at https://jobs.swccd.edu/postings/2644. Position is open until filled. Applications received by the first screening deadline of 11:59 p.m. on Friday, January 18, 2019 are guaranteed to be reviewed by the selection committee. Any application received after the deadline is not guaranteed a review.

FAXED MATERIALS ARE NOT ACCEPTED.

APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Submit the following application materials on-line:

(1) Letter of application (cover letter)
(2)On-line application
(3)Resume
(4)Unofficial copies of college transcripts with date degree conferred
(5)Supplemental Application

It is the sole responsibility of the applicant to ensure that all application materials are received by the deadline date. A separate, complete application packet is required for each position for which you are applying for.

All materials included in your application packet become District property,
will not be returned, will not be copied, and will be considered for this opening only.

INTERVIEW TRAVEL COSTS MUST BE BORNE BY THE APPLICANT.

As an Equal Opportunity Employer and in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act,
Southwestern Community College District will make reasonable accommodations for individuals with disabilities.

Contact:

Human Resources
Southwestern College
Chula Vista CA 91910

Other Administrative Position
Southwestern College
Center Supervisor-Evening/Weekend  
  Posted Thursday, December 20, 2018
 


CENTER SUPERVISOR – EVENING/WEEKEND

WORKSITE: 4600 West San Ysidro Blvd., San Ysidro, CA 92173

RESPONSIBILITIES: Under the administrative direction of the Director of Center Operations at the Higher Education Center at San Ysidro; assist in the development, implementation, review, and revision of procedures for various phases of the Center's operations; train, supervise and evaluate assigned classified and hourly personnel; and oversee various activities and programs. ESSENTAL DUTIES: Assist the Director in planning, coordinating, and supervising assigned operational functions of the Center; assist in the review of Center procedures; recommend and appraise appropriate changes; assist the Director with long-range planning; assist in the selection, training, supervision, and evaluation of assigned classified and hourly personnel; interview prospective hourly employees, tutors, and student worker employees; make recommendations regarding employment; schedule and assign work; arrange for substitutes and extra coverage as necessary; assure that work is performed in a competent and timely manner; assist the Director with coordination of Center activities including instructional, counseling, admissions, financial aid, health services, Transfer Center, EOPS, assessment, fiscal services, and other activities; maintain yearly calendar for Center activities; provide technical assistance to Center staff, faculty, students, and public; respond to and assist with campus emergencies, receive complaints and concerns and prepare incident reports; perform related duties and responsibilities as required.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: Any combination equivalent to: an Associate's degree and three years of responsible experience requiring supervision, leadership, organizational and technical skills in a high public contact environment.

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Bilingual (English/Spanish) skills.

SALARY & BENEFITS:
Range 19, Steps 1-6, $5,200-$7,395.00 (includes one range for evening increment). An excellent benefits package which includes medical, vision, dental, retirement, vacation, generous sick leave package, and life insurance is available for the employee and eligible dependents. This position is a classified exempt position in accordance with the Fair Labor Standard Act and California Education Code Section 88020. The employee holding this position is not eligible for overtime compensation.

WORKING DAYS & HOURS:
Tuesday-Friday: 1:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m. and Saturday: 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. (Approximately). Work schedule may be adjusted to meet the needs of the center.

STARTING DATE:
As soon as the successful candidate is identified and following the subsequent governing board approval.

APPLICATION DEADLINE:
All application materials must be received online at https://jobs.swccd.edu/postings/2655. Position is open until filled. Applications received by the first screening deadline of 11:59 p.m. on Friday, January 18, 2019 are guaranteed to be reviewed by the selection committee. Any application received after the deadline is not guaranteed a review.

FAXED MATERIALS ARE NOT ACCEPTED.

It is the sole responsibility of the applicant to ensure that all application materials are received by the deadline date. A separate, complete application packet is required for each position for which you are applying for.

All materials included in your application packet become District property,
will not be returned, will not be copied, and will be considered for this opening only.

We reserve the right to re-open, re-advertise, delay or cancel filling this position.

If additional positions become available in this classification, applications received in response to this posting may be considered for those additional positions for up to 90 days after final board approval.

INTERVIEW TRAVEL COSTS MUST BE BORNE BY THE APPLICANT.

As an Equal Opportunity Employer and in compliance with the American with Disabilities Act,
Southwestern Community College District will make reasonable accommodations for individuals with disabilities.

Contact:

Human Resources
Southwestern College
Chula Vista CA 91910

Southwestern College
Campus Police Officer  
  Posted Thursday, December 20, 2018
 


RESPONSIBILITIES:
Under the administrative leadership and general direction of the Center Dean or designee, plan, organize, direct, and monitor the activities and operations of the San Diego and Imperial Women's Business Center (WBC); serve as its primary interface with public agencies, governmental offices, small business/economic development providers, sponsors, and contract holders.

REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES:
1. Plan, organize, direct, and provide leadership for operations and activities of the San Diego and Imperial Women's Business Center; develop, implement, and maintain effective programs for proper execution of the WBC mission.
2. Plan, direct, and coordinate the work of assigned staff; review and evaluate work products, methods, and procedures; organize and meet with staff to plan, develop, and implement effective programs and support services in assigned areas of responsibilities.
3. Provide program management and delivery of small business technical assistance services to small business owners and entrepreneurs in a timely and cost-beneficial manner; ensure adequate and qualified staffing to support the program and its mission.
4. Ensure compliance with Federal Cooperative Agreements, Office of Management and Budget circulars, public agency contracts, Southwestern College agreements, and internal program procedures; make decisions commensurate with corresponding law and policies.
5. Monitor various aspects of the WBC budget including budget preparation and execution; coordinate with the Associate Director and Department Director of Fiscal Services in the preparation of budget revisions and financial reports.
6. In coordination with the Associate Director, identify and obtain funding to sustain and grow WBC operations through sponsors, cooperative agreements, grants, and contract opportunities with public or private organizations.
7. Develop, coordinate, and implement the overall marketing of WBC services to existing and potential clients, stakeholders, and community partners.
8. Initiate and develop client development workshops, training seminars, and other client development activities such as business planning, marketing, bookkeeping, financing, and related areas. Develop and monitor the execution of client counseling sessions, counseling session follow-ups, and other client assistance programs.
9. Perform related duties and responsibilities as required.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Any combination equivalent to: a Bachelor's degree with major course work in business administration, public administration, or related field AND two years of increasingly responsible, directly-related management level experience working with small businesses with an emphasis on government procurement services.

SALARY:
Range 28, Steps 1-9, $6,494.00-$9,236.00. An excellent benefits package which includes medical, vision, dental, retirement, vacation, generous sick leave package, and life insurance is available for the employee and eligible dependents. This position is a classified exempt position in accordance with the Fair Labor Standards Act and California Education Code Section 88020. The employee holding this position is not eligible for overtime compensation.

WORKING DAYS & HOURS:
Monday-Friday: 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. (Approximately)

STARTING DATE:
As soon as the successful candidate is identified and following the subsequent governing board approval.

APPLICATION DEADLINE:
All application materials must be received on-line at https://jobs.swccd.edu/postings/2643. Position is open until filled. Applications received by the first screening deadline of 11:59 p.m. on Friday, January 18, 2019 are guaranteed to be reviewed by the selection committee. Any application received after the deadline is not guaranteed a review.

FAXED MATERIALS ARE NOT ACCEPTED.

APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Submit the following application materials on-line:

(1) Letter of application (cover letter)
(2)On-line application
(3)Resume
(4)Unofficial copies of college transcripts with date degree conferred
(5)Supplemental Application

It is the sole responsibility of the applicant to ensure that all application materials are received by the deadline date. A separate, complete application packet is required for each position for which you are applying for.

All materials included in your application packet become District property,
will not be returned, will not be copied, and will be considered for this opening only.

INTERVIEW TRAVEL COSTS MUST BE BORNE BY THE APPLICANT.

As an Equal Opportunity Employer and in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act,
Southwestern Community College District will make reasonable accommodations for individuals with disabilities.

Contact:

Human Resources
Southwestern College
Chula Vista CA 91910

Southwestern College
Learning Disability Specialist  
  Posted Tuesday, December 11, 2018
 

 

Learning Disability Specialist
Southwestern College


11 MONTH, TENURE TRACK, CATEGORICALLY FUNDED-POSITION

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Under the direction and leadership of the Dean of Counseling and Student Support Programs, the Disability Support Services (DSS) Learning Disability Specialist provides assessment for learning disabilities and disability management support for students with learning disabilities.

REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES:
1. Provide assessment for learning disabilities using the California Community College Chancellor's Office Learning Disability Eligibility and Services Model (LDESM) and/or evaluate verification of a learning disability from an outside source.
2. Provide disability management counseling to students with learning disabilities. These services include, but are not limited to:
• Collect and analyze verification documentation and authorize academic accommodations, services, and learning strategies;
• Maintain Confidential Files
• Write Diagnostic Assessment Reports as needed for accommodation documentation for high stakes exams/tests.
3. Collaborate with college instructors, counselors, administrators, college staff, and Disability Support Services personnel to assist students in pursuit of their educational goals.
4. Provide consultation and support to campus faculty and staff regarding student accommodations and DSS programs and services as required by the Americans with Disabilities Act Amended (ADAA) and Section 504 and Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.
5. Maintain liaison with educational and community-based organizations for ongoing referral outreach and recruitment.
6. Participate in professional activities, curriculum development, and campus committees.
7. May serve as instructor for Educational Assistance (Personal Development and noncredit) courses relating to disabilities.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Master's Degree in the category of disability, Special Education, Education, Psychology, Educational Psychology, or Rehabilitation Counseling AND fifteen (15) semester units of upper division or graduate study in the area of Learning Disabilities OR Valid California Community College Credential as a Learning Disabilities Specialist OR the equivalent.

Candidates must exhibit an appreciation of, a sensitivity to, and respect for a rich and diverse academic environment, inclusive of students, faculty, and staff of varying social, economic, cultural, ideological and ethnic backgrounds, and those with disabilities. Experience working in a community with a similar diversity pattern as is found in the service area for Southwestern College is preferable.

SALARY & BENEFITS:
Upon initial employment, full-time faculty members are placed on the salary schedule based upon years of experience and education. The maximum initial placement for experience is Step 6. Faculty members are encouraged to continue their professional development through additional study qualifying them for advancement on the salary schedule. For current salary schedules and information on salary placement visit our website at www.swccd.edu. Comprehensive fringe benefits are provided.

STARTING DATE: As soon as the successful candidate is identified and following the subsequent governing board approval.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: All application materials must be received online by 11:59 p.m., Friday, February 8, 2019. Screening of applications will begin shortly thereafter. Any application received after the deadline is not guaranteed a review. Position is open until filled.

FAXED AND E-MAILED MATERIAL WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED, HOWEVER, APPLICATION MATERIALS ARE AVAILABLE ON-LINE AT OUR COLLEGE WEBSITE, https://jobs.swccd.edu/postings/2622.

APPLICATION PROCEDURES:
Submit the following application materials on-line at https://jobs.swccd.edu/postings/2622:

(1) Letter of Application (cover letter)
(2) Online Application
(3) Resume
(4) Unofficial copies of college transcripts with date degree conferred

Applicants who do not possess appropriate degree or credential must request, complete and submit a Supplemental Equivalency Application.

Foreign degrees require an evaluation for United States equivalency from an agency having membership with the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services, Inc. Upon offer of employment, the successful applicant must be able to provide proof of eligibility to work in the United States.

It is the sole responsibility of the applicant to ensure that all application materials are received by the deadline date.

All materials included in your application packet become District property,
will not be returned, will not be copied, and will be considered for this opening only.

INTERVIEW TRAVEL COSTS MUST BE BORNE BY THE APPLICANT.

If additional positions become available in this classification, applications received in response to this posting may be considered for those additional positions for up to 90 days after final board approval.

As an Equal Opportunity Employer and in compliance with the American with Disabilities Act,
Southwestern Community College District will make reasonable accommodations for individuals with disabilities.

Contact:

Human Resources
Southwestern College
Chula Vista CA 91910

Southwestern College
Project Business Advisor-San Diego Small Business  
  Posted Tuesday, December 11, 2018
 

 

Project Business Advisor-San Diego Small Business Center (Sdsbdc)
Southwestern College


WORKSITE: 880 NATIONAL CITY BOULEVARD, NATIONAL CITY, CA 91950

(Project funded position, continued employment contingent upon funding).

REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES: Consult with potential and existing business owners; assess and analyze business needs; assist in researching, planning and problem solving for starting or maintaining a business; assist in developing marketing plans; establish and coordinate formal agreements delineating specific services and roles between the Center, public and private entities and private individuals; maintain positive and productive relationships with organizations, businesses, individual partners, and others contacted in performing assigned functions; coordinate college credit courses in business management with local community colleges, universities and service providers; assist in coordinating, implementing and facilitating various community service courses, workshops, seminars and counseling events related to business topics including financing, legal requirements, marketing and other related issues; provide information and mentor individuals as appropriate; develop strategies to attract youth and young adults that includes using traditional and web based communications tools such as social media and email; conduct and coordinate outreach activities that includes developing partnerships with educational institutions and other youth-focused organizations; develop survey instruments to evaluate program effectiveness, conduct surveys of program participants to determine participant needs; interpret and record survey results; implement program changes in response to results; maintain activities and performance to comply with funding contracts and program objectives; accomplish counseling milestone objectives and maintain client progress portfolio according to established policy and procedures; in collaboration with management, evaluate and provide recommendations to strengthen client management system to effectively meet program goals; oversee the work of student research assistants; assist in coordinating the effective use of outside consultants; perform related duties and responsibilities as required.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: Any combination equivalent to: a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in business administration, public administration or a related field; and three years of increasingly responsible business management experience that includes supervisory or counseling experience.

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Experience working with a SBDC or economic development program; strong financial background and banking experience preferred.

SALARY & BENEFITS:
Range 36, Steps 1-6, $5,659.00-$6,885.00. Initial placement for external applicants is Step 1. An excellent benefits package which includes medical, vision, dental, retirement, vacation, generous sick leave package, and life insurance is available for the employee and eligible dependents.

WORKING DAYS & HOURS:
Monday-Friday: 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. (Approximately). Work schedule may be adjusted to meet the needs of the department.

STARTING DATE:
As soon as the successful candidate is identified and following the subsequent governing board approval.

APPLICATION DEADLINE:
All application materials must be received on-line at https://jobs.swccd.edu/postings/2634. Position is open until filled. Applications received by the first screening deadline of 11:59 p.m. on Friday, January 4, 2019 are guaranteed to be reviewed by the selection committee. Any application received after the deadline is not guaranteed a review.

FAXED MATERIALS ARE NOT ACCEPTED.

APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Submit the following application materials on-line:

(1) Letter of application (cover letter)
(2)On-line application
(3)Resume
(4)Supplemental questionnaire
(5)Unofficial copies of college transcripts with date degree conferred

It is the sole responsibility of the applicant to ensure that all application materials are received by the deadline date. A separate, complete application packet is required for each position for which you are applying for.

All materials included in your application packet become District property,
will not be returned, will not be copied, and will be considered for this opening only.

We reserve the right to re-open, re-advertise, delay or cancel filling this position.

If additional positions become available in this classification, applications received in response to this posting may be considered for those additional positions for up to 90 days after final board approval.

INTERVIEW TRAVEL COSTS MUST BE BORNE BY THE APPLICANT.


As an Equal Opportunity Employer and in compliance with the American with Disabilities Act,
Southwestern Community College District will make reasonable accommodations for individuals with disabilities.

Contact:

Human Resources
Southwestern College
Chula Vista CA 91910

Southwestern College
Campus Service Officer  
  Posted Friday, December 07, 2018
 

 

Campus Service Officer
Southwestern College

12-MONTH, 50% PART-TIME, 20 HOURS PER WEEK CLASSIFIED POSITION

RESPONSIBILITIES: Under general supervision of the Chief of Police or designee, performs a wide variety of campus security and public services to ensure the safety of persons, protect property of various kinds, maintain order and enforce the rules and regulations governing students, faculty, and staff with superior customer service and ethical integrity; and enforces parking regulations. Campus Services Officer is a non-sworn position and is not authorized to carry a firearm. ESSENTIAL DUTIES: Patrol by foot, motorized cart, or vehicle in order to assist with public services including providing protection to District buildings and property and guarding against fire, intrusion, theft and vandalism; answer questions, provide information and direct students and visitors; notify supervisor of suspected illegal activity on campus property; observe and report unsafe conditions and/or occurrences; make written and oral reports of any hazardous condition impacting the college and its community; take and write non-police incident reports or complaints from students, visitors, faculty, and staff; receive and respond to requests for help and assistance for ill, injured, or disabled persons; administer basic first aid and CPR according to established guidelines; secure doors, windows, and/or gates to District buildings; complete Daily Field Activities Reports; provide traffic control and direction as needed; places traffic barricades as appropriate; enforce parking regulations on campus and issue parking citations as necessary; assist in parking permit sales and collection of fines; take custody of found, lost or abandoned property; act as a witness for sworn law enforcement officers when observing crimes; assist in the preparation of the college emergency preparedness response; perform related duties and responsibilities as required.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: Any combination equivalent to: graduation from high school or GED and one year experience in security and/or in the law enforcement field.

DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS: Knowledge of emergency preparedness procedures; possession of, or ability to obtain, Incident Commend Systems (ICS) certifications - ICS 100.HE, ICS 200, ICS 700, ICS 800 within six (6) months of employment is desirable.

LICENSES AND REQUIREMENTS: Must satisfactorily pass a physical examination, polygraph examination and a background investigation; valid California driver's license and a safe driving record; valid CPR and First Aid certification and/or EMT certification.

UNIFORMS / EQUIPMENT: The job requires that officers be uniformed during the hours of duty. The employer provides all uniforms, safety and operational equipment; maintenance of uniforms provided by employer through dry cleaning contract.

SALARY & BENEFITS:
Range 13, Step 1-6, $1,573.00-$1,913.50 per month. Initial placement for external applicants is step 1. An excellent benefits package which includes medical, vision, dental, retirement, vacation, generous sick leave package, and life insurance is available for the employee and eligible dependents.

Hours may vary according to the police department needs but limited to 20 hours per week. Applicants must be willing to work nights, graveyards, weekends and holidays as required. Potential work hours may be as follows: 7:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.; 2:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.; 4:30 p.m.-10:30 p.m. Please refer to the CSEA Contract, http://swccd.edu/index.aspx?page=655, for a list of paid holidays and closing of the campus during spring and winter break. Successful candidate may be assigned to any of the campus sites (Chula Vista, National City, Otay Mesa and/or San Ysidro).

STARTING DATE:
As soon as the successful applicant is identified, background investigation is completed and following the subsequent governing board approval.

APPLICATION DEADLINE:
All application materials must be received on-line at https://jobs.swccd.edu/postings/2620. Position is open until filled. Applications received by the first screening deadline of 11:59 p.m. on Friday, January 4, 2019 guaranteed to be reviewed by the selection committee. Any application received after the deadline is not guaranteed a review.

FAXED MATERIALS AND E-MAILS ARE NOT ACCEPTED, HOWEVER APPLICATION MATERIALS ARE AVAILABLE ON-LINE AT OUR COLLEGE WEBSITE, https://jobs.swccd.edu/postings/2620

APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Submit the following application materials on-line at https://jobs.swccd.edu/postings/2620

(1) Letter of application (cover letter)
(2)SWC on-line application
(3)Resume
(4)Supplemental questionnaire
(5)Unofficial copies of college transcripts showing supplemental course work
(6)Valid CPR and First Aid certification and/or EMT certification

Upon entry into the background investigation, the successful applicant must be able to provide proof of eligibility to work in the United States. It is the sole responsibility of the applicant to ensure that all application materials are received by the deadline date. A separate, complete application packet is required for each position for which you are applying for.

All materials included in your application packet become District property,
will not be returned, will not be copied, and will be considered for this opening only.
We reserve the right to re-open, re-advertise, delay or cancel filling this position.

If additional positions become available in this classification, applications received in response to this posting may be considered for those additional positions for up to 90 days after final board approval.

INTERVIEW TRAVEL COSTS MUST BE BORNE BY THE APPLICANT.

As an Equal Opportunity Employer and in compliance with the American with Disabilities Act,
Southwestern Community College District will make reasonable accommodations for individuals with disabilities.

Contact:

Human Resources
Southwestern College
Chula Vista CA 91910

Southwestern College
Foundation Development Specialist  
  Posted Friday, December 07, 2018
 

 

Foundation Development Specialist
Southwestern College


Join a dynamic, growing development team at Southwestern College. The Office of Development and Foundation is seeking a development professional experienced in program and donor administration with donor database experience, preferably Raiser's Edge and AcademicWorks! You will be a part of creating access to equitable educational opportunities for students at Southwestern College in an office with a culture of celebration, authenticity and inclusion.

RESPONSIBILITIES: Under the direction of the responsible administrator, perform a variety of technical, programmatic, administrative, advanced clerical, and routine staff and analytical duties to assist in planning, organizing, and implementing fundraising activities for the Southwestern College Foundation; provide support for producing publications and public relations materials; cultivate community and College-wide support for the Foundation and its fundraising activities; and maintain stewardship activities and strategies of the Foundation.

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE: Any combination equivalent to: graduation from high school supplemented by two years of college level course work in business administration, public administration, marketing or related field; AND three years of increasingly responsible administrative support and technical experience preferably involving fundraising in a nonprofit/foundation setting.

DESIRED QUALIFICATION:
Experience with Blackbaud Raiser's Edge donor database and AcademicWorks is highly desirable.

SALARY & BENEFITS:
Range 24, Steps 1-6, $4,207.00-$5,118.00. Initial placement for external applicants is Step 1. An excellent benefits package which includes medical, vision, dental, retirement, vacation, generous sick leave package, and life insurance is available for the employee and eligible dependents.

WORKING DAYS & HOURS:
Monday-Friday: 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. (Approximately). Work schedule may be adjusted to meet the needs of the office.

STARTING DATE: As soon as the successful candidate is identified and following the subsequent governing board approval.

APPLICATION DEADLINE:
All application materials must be received on-line at https://jobs.swccd.edu/postings/2628. Position is open until filled. Applications received by the first screening deadline of 11:59 p.m. on Friday, January 4, 2019 are guaranteed to be reviewed by the selection committee. Any application received after the deadline is not guaranteed a review.

TENTATIVE TIMELINE:

December 5, 2018-January 4, 2019
Position advertised; District receives applications.
January 4, 2019
Initial screening deadline for guaranteed consideration. Position is open until filled.
January 14-18
Committee review applications.
January 21-31
Search Committee interviews candidates.
February, 2019
Start date pending Background and Governing Board approval.

FAXED MATERIALS ARE NOT ACCEPTED.

APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Submit the following application materials on-line at https://jobs.swccd.edu/postings/2628:

(1) Letter of application (cover letter)
(2)SWC on-line application
(3)Resume
(4)Supplemental questionnaire
(5)Unofficial copies of college transcripts with date degree conferred

It is the sole responsibility of the applicant to ensure that all application materials are received by the deadline date. A separate, complete application packet is required for each position for which you are applying for.

All materials included in your application packet become District property,
will not be returned, will not be copied, and will be considered for this opening only.

We reserve the right to re-open, re-advertise, delay or cancel filling this position.
If additional positions become available in this classification, applications received in response to this posting may be considered for those additional positions for up to 90 days after final board approval.

INTERVIEW TRAVEL COSTS MUST BE BORNE BY THE APPLICANT.

As an Equal Opportunity Employer and in compliance with the American with Disabilities Act,
Southwestern Community College District will make reasonable accommodations for individuals with disabilities.

Contact:

Human Resources
Southwestern College
Chula Vista CA 91910

Southwestern College
Project Clerk - Workforce Development  
  Posted Friday, December 07, 2018
 

 

Project Clerk - Workforce Development, Aebg And Continuing Education
Southwestern College

(Temporary project funded position, continued employment contingent upon funding)

RESPONSIBILTIES: Under the general supervision of the responsible administrator, perform a variety of clerical duties involving independent judgment in support of the Dean.

REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES: Perform a variety of technical duties in support of the Workforce Development, AEBG and Continuing Education program; electronically file various documents, process mail, answer phones and maintain records; arrange and schedule meetings; compile and tabulate data; compile information from various sources and prepare appropriate documents; list, summarize, classify and post data; type a variety of materials including proposals and other documents form rough drafts; distribute as appropriate; review work for accuracy, completeness and conformance to established procedures and project guidelines; initiate and receive communication from District departments, personnel, faculty, administrators, community, federal or State agencies, organizations, and vendors as required; greet clients, staff, students, outside organizations and others; provide basic project information and assistance; provide forms/documents and assist in their completion; speak and write clearly in a second designated language as assigned; assist in selecting, training and providing work direction to student workers and others; perform related duties as assigned.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: Any combination equivalent to: graduation from high school including course work in office procedures and equipment and one year of general clerical experience involving operation of a computer terminal.

SALARY & BENEFITS:
Range 10, Steps 1-6, $2,975.00-$3,624.00. Initial placement for external applicants is Step 1. An excellent benefits package which includes medical, vision, dental, retirement, vacation, generous sick leave package, and life insurance is available for the employee and eligible dependents.

WORKING DAYS & HOURS:
Monday-Friday: 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. (Approximately). Work schedule may be adjusted to meet the needs of the department.

STARTING DATE:
As soon as the successful candidate is identified and following the subsequent governing board approval.

APPLICATION DEADLINE:
All application materials must be received on-line at https://jobs.swccd.edu/postings/2630. Position is open until filled. Applications received by the first screening deadline of 11:59 p.m. on Friday, January 4, 2019 are guaranteed to be reviewed by the selection committee. Any application received after the deadline is not guaranteed a review.

FAXED MATERIALS ARE NOT ACCEPTED.

APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Submit the following application materials on-line at https://jobs.swccd.edu/postings/2630.

(1)Letter of application (cover letter)
(2)On-line application
(3)Resume
(4)Supplemental questionnaire

It is the sole responsibility of the applicant to ensure that all application materials are received by the deadline date. A separate, complete application packet is required for each position for which you are applying for.

All materials included in your application packet become District property,
will not be returned, will not be copied, and will be considered for this opening only.

We reserve the right to re-open, re-advertise, delay or cancel filling this position.
If additional positions become available in this classification, applications received in response to this posting may be considered for those additional positions for up to 90 days after final board approval.

INTERVIEW TRAVEL COSTS MUST BE BORNE BY THE APPLICANT.

As an Equal Opportunity Employer and in compliance with the American with Disabilities Act,
Southwestern Community College District will make reasonable accommodations for individuals with disabilities.

Contact:

Human Resources
Southwestern College
Chula Vista CA 91910

Southwestern College
Senior Project Clerk - Calworks  
  Posted Friday, December 07, 2018
 

 

Senior Project Clerk - CALWORKS
Southwestern College


TEMPORARY PROJECT FUNDED POSITION, CONTINUED EMPLOYMENT CONTINGENT UPON FUNDING

RESPONSIBILTIES: Under the direction of the responsible administrator, provide specialized clerical support requiring a broad knowledge of EOPS and CalWORKs; provide sole clerical support for EOPS and CalWORKs; provide a wide variety of reference and resource information related to EOPS and CalWORKs.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES: Provide reference and resource information for an assigned project; read, interpret, apply and explain policies, procedures, rules and activities in conducting transactions with District personnel and the public; monitor fiscal budget accounts; utilize appropriate accounting system and reconcile discrepancies; develop budget reports as necessary; complete and process requisitions; submit to fiscal services; register students for programs and receive and process fees as assigned; establish, organize and maintain student records and files including attendance records; receive complaints, resolve issues or refer to appropriate personnel according to established guidelines; operate a variety of office machines and equipment including typewriter, copiers, adding machine, calculators and other equipment specific to assigned area; operate a variety of computer terminals, utilizing a wide variety of related software as assigned; compile and tabulate statistical data; compile information from various sources and prepare appropriate forms, schedules, and reports; list, abstract or summarize data; input and review data and prepare special and periodic reports related to an assigned project including State and federally mandated reports; verify accuracy, completeness and compliance to rules, procedures, regulations, policies and other mandates; establish and maintain filing systems on a variety of subjects; assemble, post and file data in specialized records; reserve facilities and make arrangements for assigned functions and activities; attend meetings, conferences, seminars or other functions as assigned; prioritize and coordinate office activities to assure time lines are met; develop schedules, type and process documents, coordinate communications and disseminate information; receive, open and distribute mail. Select, train and provide work direction to student workers as assigned; perform related duties and responsibilities as required.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: Any combination equivalent to: graduation from high school including course work in office procedures and equipment and two years of related clerical experience that involves operation of a computer terminal.

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Knowledge of CalWORKs eligibility guidelines.

SALARY:
Range 13, Steps 1-6, $3,207.00-$3,902.00. Initial placement for external applicants is Step 1. An excellent benefits package which includes medical, vision, dental, retirement, vacation, generous sick leave package, and life insurance is available for the employee and eligible dependents.

WORKING DAYS & HOURS:
Monday-Friday: 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. (Approximately). Work schedule may be adjusted to meet the needs of the department.

STARTING DATE:
As soon as the successful candidate is identified and following the subsequent governing board approval.

APPLICATION DEADLINE:
All application materials must be received on-line at https://jobs.swccd.edu. Position is open until filled. Applications received by the first screening deadline of 11:59 p.m. on Friday, January 4, 2019 are guaranteed to be reviewed by the selection committee. Any application received after the deadline is not guaranteed a review.

FAXED MATERIALS ARE NOT ACCEPTED.

APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Submit the following application materials on-line:

(1) Letter of application (cover letter)
(2)On-line application
(3)Resume
(4)Supplemental questionnaire

It is the sole responsibility of the applicant to ensure that all application materials are received by the deadline date. A separate, complete application packet is required for each position for which you are applying for.

All materials included in your application packet become District property,
will not be returned, will not be copied, and will be considered for this opening only.

We reserve the right to re-open, re-advertise, delay or cancel filling this position.

INTERVIEW TRAVEL COSTS MUST BE BORNE BY THE APPLICANT.

As an Equal Opportunity Employer and in compliance with the American with Disabilities Act,
Southwestern Community College District will make reasonable accommodations for individuals with disabilities.

Contact:

Human Resources
Southwestern College
Chula Vista CA 91910

Ventura County Community College District
President - Ventura College  
  Posted Wednesday, November 28, 2018
 


President - Ventura College

Ventura County Community College District

Job Type: Academic Management

Job Number: 2018-01076

Location: Ventura College (Ventura CA), CA

Department: VC - President

Closing: Continuous

Description
This recruitment is being conducted to fill the Ventura College President position. For more information about this exciting opportunity, please visit our website at https://vcpresidentsearch.wordpress.com.

Under the direction of the Chancellor, the President serves as the Chief Executive Officer of the college, oversees the academic and student services functions for the college, ensures sound fiscal and facilities management, and implements statutes, regulations, policies, and procedures in consideration of the mission of the district and college.
Representative Duties
Plan and develop the overall academic direction for the college in conjunction with the Chancellor; plan and recommend the instructional and student services programs, college budget, and the organizational structure of the college; collaborate with district and college staff with regard to the strategic planning of short and long range goals and objectives, management of facilities, policy development, and resource allocation. E

Administer the overall development, evaluation, and improvement of the college curriculum and student services programs, services, and activities based on effective research and analysis; oversee the collaboration of instructional and student services managers to provide and enhance a student-centered model of education. E

Plan, organize, direct, and evaluate the activities of the college pursuant to the mission of the district and college and the goals and objectives as set forth by the Board of Trustees; report on college achievement of district and college goals. E

Provide leadership for sound fiscal planning in the development and management of the institution's budget and externally-funded initiatives; plan resource allocations for facilities, equipment, and technologies that support the mission and goals of the college and district. E

Conduct administrative staff meetings and councils; provide guidance to and receive advice from faculty organizations on matters relating to the instructional and student services programs and staff. E

Establish and facilitate communication between the college, students, communities, businesses, and district; provide leadership for the development of outreach activities and partnerships that strengthen college viability; represent the college at meetings of the Board of Trustees, district cabinet, district planning activities in the community, and as appropriate at regional, state, and national conferences; ensure the visibility of the college within the community by promoting its accomplishments and developing appropriate marketing strategies. E

Recommend the selection, retention, promotion, and termination of college personnel; provide staffing recommendations in compliance with equal employment opportunity principles and guidelines; lead and coordinate innovative efforts for staff development and the improvement of instructional and student services programs. E

Coordinate projects and activities related to program and college accreditation, articulation, and matriculation. E

Provide for the safety of students, staff, and the general public at the college; support the implementation of safety training programs and services for students and staff; oversee college facilities to ensure they are functional, energy-efficient, and safe. E

Work cooperatively with the Academic and Classified Senates and Associated Students through a participatory governance process. E

Make recommendations and decisions regarding curricula and courses in consideration of input from the Academic Senate and college management; involve staff in the development and continuous appraisal of the general philosophy and specific objectives of the college; coordinate a system of evaluation that appraises the effectiveness of programs and personnel. E

Encourage development of a campus climate that will motivate students and staff. E

Perform related duties as assigned.

E = Essential functions
Minimum Qualifications

  1. Possession of a master's degree; and
  2. One year of formal training, internship, or leadership experience reasonably related to the administrator's administrative assignment.

All coursework must be from a recognized accredited college or university.

Supplemental Information
SALARY RANGE:

$193,104 - $226,576

Fringe benefits include family medical, dental, life, and vision insurance plans. The work year is 12 calendar months, including 20 vacation days per year, two floating holidays, and an additional three days off during the winter break.

For confidential inquiries, please contact:

Dean C. Colli, Ed.D.
Vice-president, PPL Inc.
619-517-6133
dcolli@pplpros.com

Jeanie Nishime, Ed.D.
310-508-7009
jmnishime@gmail.com

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. To ensure initial consideration you must apply by Sunday, February 3, 2019.

All application materials must be submitted electronically through the District's online application system located at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/vcccd.

All applicants, including previous and current VCCCD employees, must submit the following materials in order for their application to be considered. Failure to submit these materials will result in disqualification.

The following must be submitted for your application to be considered:
A.) A completed District Application for Management Employment.

B.) A letter of application, no more than five pages, that includes the date, applicant's name, and the position for which the applicant wishes to be considered. In the letter, the applicant must demonstrate how s/he meets the Minimum Qualifications and Ideal Characteristics. The letter should describe the applicant's understanding of and sensitivity to the diverse academic, social, economic, cultural, ethnic and disability backgrounds of community college students. The letter should also give the Committee a clear understanding of how s/he will contribute, as a fully participating member of the Ventura County Community College District, to addressing Ventura College's strengths and opportunities.

C.) A current resume summarizing educational and administrative background and experience.

D.) Attach to your letter of application a list of eight references, including names, titles, email addresses, and telephone numbers from the following constituent groups: two supervisors, two direct reports (including one support staff member), two community members, and two faculty members. The applicant should identify the constituent group of which each reference is a member. These references will not be contacted without the candidate's permission.

E.) Official or unofficial copies of college/university transcripts demonstrating attainment of minimum qualifications. Transcripts must show the degree title and the date the degree was conferred or the degree will not be considered for the purpose of determining if you meet minimum qualifications. Diplomas will not be accepted in lieu of transcripts. An official copy of your transcripts will be required upon being hired.

NOTE: If you have completed coursework at a foreign institution that is not recognized as accredited by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) or the U.S. Department of Education, you must include a full evaluation of the foreign transcript with your application materials if you wish for us to consider the coursework. To search for institutions that are recognized as accredited by CHEA or the U.S. Department of Education, visit http://www.chea.org/4dcgi/chea/search/index.html?MenuKey=main or http://ope.ed.gov/accreditation/search.aspx. For a list of VCCCD-recognized organizations providing transcript evaluation services, visit http://www.naces.org/members.htm.

SELECTION PROCESS:

The screening committee will review and screen all applications. The committee will invite the most qualified applicants to an initial interview. Following this, the Chancellor will interview the candidates recommended by the screening committee for final consideration. Applicants with disabilities requiring reasonable accommodation during the selection process must inform the Ventura County Community College's Human Resources Department, in writing of this need no later than the date required for initial consideration. The request should include a description of the type and extent of the accommodation requested. Please send requests to Michael Arnoldus, Director of Employment Services/Personnel Commission, at Marnoldus@vcccd.edu.

The Ventura County Community College District is committed to the principles of equal employment opportunity. It is the District's policy to ensure that all qualified applicants for employment and employees have full and equal access to employment opportunity and are not subjected to discrimination in any program or activity of the District on the basis of ethnic group identification, race, color, national origin, religion, age, sex, physical disability, mental disability, ancestry, sexual orientation, language, accent, citizenship status, transgender status, parental status, marital status, economic status, veteran status, medical condition, or on the basis of these perceived characteristics, or based on association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics.

To apply, click here.

Contact:

Human Resources
Ventura County Community College District
CA

VP/VC Student Services
San Mateo County Community College District
Vice President of Student Services  
  Posted Tuesday, November 27, 2018
 


Vice President of Student Services

San Mateo County Community College District

Posting Number: 2014690S
Department: Student Services CAÑ (DEPT)
Location: Cañada College
Position Number: 3A0008
Percentage of Full Time: 100%
FLSA: Exempt (does not accrue overtime)
Months per Year: 12
If other, please specify:
Salary Range:
Note:
Min Salary: $167,400 (annual)
Max Salary: $215,040 (annual)
Position Type: Administrative/Supervisory Positions

Who We Are:
The San Mateo County Community District is committed to achieving educational equity for all students. As outlined in the District’s Strategic Plan, “success, equity, and social justice for our students are longstanding goals.” The District’s “Students First” Strategic Plan is focused on “Student Success, Equity and Social Justice.” We provide students with a rich and dynamic learning experience that embraces differences — emphasizing collaboration and engaging students in and out of the classroom, encouraging them to realize their goals, and to become global citizens and socially responsible leaders. When you join our team at San Mateo County Community College District, you can expect to be part of an inclusive, innovative and equity-focused community that approaches higher education as a matter of social justice that requires broad collaboration among faculty, classified staff, administration, students and community partners.

The College and the District:
Cañada College, which was designated as a Hispanic Serving Institution in approximately 2000, is part of the San Mateo County Community College District, which currently enrolls approximately 23,000 students, the majority of whom are from minoritized populations. Of the students at Cañada College, 3.0% are African-American, 0.1% are American Indian, 11.1% are Asian, 3.7% are Filipino, 36.8% are Latinx, 1.4% are Pacific Islander, 25.8% are White, 15.1% are Multi-Ethnic, and 2.9% are unknown.

Who We Want:
We value the ability to serve students from a broad range of cultural heritages, socioeconomic backgrounds, genders, abilities and orientations. Therefore, we prioritize applicants who demonstrate they understand the benefits diversity brings to a professional educational community. The successful candidate will be an equity-minded individual committed to collaborating with faculty, classified staff, administration, students and community partners who are also committed to closing equity gaps. The San Mateo County Community College District seeks employees who value mentorship and working in a collegial, collaborative environment, guided by a commitment to helping all students achieve their educational goals.

The Position:
Reporting directly to the College President, the Vice President of Student Services provides vision and administrative leadership for the College's Student Services programs. The Vice President of Student Services functions in a senior administrative capacity, collaborating closely with the College President, the Vice President of Instruction, and Vice President of Administrative Services and other College administrative staff to oversee the College's effectiveness in meeting students' needs.

Duties and Responsibilities:
The duties below are representative of the duties of the classification and are not intended to cover all of the duties performed by the incumbent(s) of any particular position. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the scope of work is similar, related, or a logical assignment to this classification.

1. Plans, develops, coordinates, implements, and evaluates the College’s Student Services programs to meet student needs. Among the programs included are: Enrollment Services, including Admissions & Records, Financial Aid, and Scholarships; Health Services; Student Success and Support Program (SSSP), including Assessment, Orientation, Counseling; Career and Transfer Services, Outreach Activities, EOPS/CARE, CalWORKs, Disability Resources, International Students, Student Activities and Student Government, and extracurricular activities, including graduation.

2. Sets and pursues the vision for Student Services that focuses on student access and success, institutional effectiveness, and student engagement beyond the classroom.

3. Supervises and coordinates the fulfillment of Student Services goals within the strategic plan of the College and the strategic plan of the San Mateo County Community College District.

4. Develops and negotiates partnerships with other educational institutions, corporations, businesses, community organizations, and agencies.

5. Participates in District-wide student services program planning and review.

6. Develops and manages the Student Services budgets; and directs the development and implementation of selected externally funded initiatives.

7. Plans on both a short-and long-term basis for staffing levels in Student Service areas and ensures that those areas are proactive and sensitive in the hiring and retention of culturally diverse staff, faculty, and administrators.

8. Assists with the development of resource allocations for facilities, equipment, and technologies that support Student Services programs.

9. Directs implementation and enforcement and adjudication activities related to all policies, procedures, and regulations of student conduct and student disciplinary action; ensures compliance and due process requirements established by public law and District Rules and Regulations.

10. Supervises, guides, and assesses activities related to articulation with secondary schools and Student Support and Success Program (SSSP) activities within the College, including the recruitment, admission, assessment, orientation, advisement, and retention of students.

11. Represents the College to professional organizations, governance entities, community groups, and prospective donors and friends of the College.

12. Provides leadership in responding to accreditation standards, the Basic Skills Initiative, Student Equity, and the Student Success and Support Program (SSSP).

13. Works collaboratively with construction management personnel on facilities projects.

14. Responsible to the President for implementing District Rules and Regulations, California Education Code, and collective bargaining agreements as required.

15. Stimulates self-reflection and assessment, including Student Learning Outcomes (SLO’s), which leads to ongoing improvement.

16. Coordinates and monitors Student Services program reviews.

17. Participates in local, regional and state activities to promote the San Mateo County Community College District and community college interests.

18. Participates in shared governance consultations and collaboration. Provides guidance to and receives advice from faculty, staff, and student organizations on matters related to Student Services programs and services.

19. Collaborates with administrators in instructional divisions to develop mutually supportive and integrated student-centered models of instruction and student support.

Minimum Qualifications:
• Possession of a Master’s degree or above from an accredited institution OR the equivalent• Minimum of three years of management experience in student services (five years of progressive management experience is preferred), preferably in an accredited institution of higher education• Demonstrated experience in budget development and management• Demonstrated cultural competence, sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students, faculty, and staff

Physical Requirements:
This classification requires sitting for extended periods of time, pushing and pulling, and visual acuity. The ability to type, use phone, stand intermittently, walk, bend and stoop, occasionally lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects of light to moderate weight, work at a computer, including sitting and viewing a monitor for various lengths of time, repetitive use of keyboard, mouse or other control device, dexterity of hands and fingers to operate keyboard, hearing and speaking to communicate and provide information to others. Ability to operate a motor vehicle and drive to off campus locations.

Equivalence to Minimum Qualifications:


Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
1. Ability to function as an effective leader in the administration of a comprehensive community college student services program; expanding community outreach and improving student recruitment and retention.

2. Skill in serving as a visionary in finding ways to address the rapidly changing needs of students through new technology, programs, and services.

3. Knowledge of goals, policies, regulations, and methods related to community outreach and student recruitment, enrollment services, assessment, retention, articulation, transfer, graduation, and discipline.

4. Knowledge of current theories on counseling and advising, including use of technology and multicultural issues that affect the design and delivery of student services.

5. Knowledge of institutional research models and methodologies.

6. Skill in respectful and sensitive communication with people who are diverse in their academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds; sensitivity to the value in, and issues related to, successfully serving a culturally diverse student population.

7. Skill in strategic planning and managing through change.

8. Knowledge of and/or experience with federal regulations, Title 5/Education Code, California regulatory agencies, accreditation, and collective bargaining.

9. Ability to motivate and encourage others to work constructively and cooperatively to achieve and sustain a student-centered environment; coordinate work performed by others.

10. Ability to promote and adhere to the principles of shared governance and to work effectively as part of an educational leadership team.

11. Skill in developing and managing budgets, including externally funded initiatives.

12. Skill in communicating effectively with students on a variety of issues, including those related to student conduct and discipline.

13. Skill in data comparison, analysis, and interpretation; conceptualization; attention to details.

14. Skill in oral communication with small and large groups; persuasive communication; negotiation.

15. Skill in conflict resolution and ability to manage confrontation with tact, sensitivity, and patience.

16. Ability to adapt and be flexible; prioritize.

Preferred Qualifications:


Benefits:
Benefits include paid holidays, vacation and sick leave. The District pays all or a portion of monthly medical plan premiums (depending on the coverage) and pays all of the monthly dental and vision plan premiums for employees and eligible dependents. Additional paid benefits include life insurance, salary continuance insurance, and an Employee Assistance Program. Optional tax-deferred flexible benefit 403(b) and 457 plans are also available. Academic managers participate in the State Teachers’ Retirement System, a defined-benefit retirement plan through the State of California. Employees may also be eligible for various first-time homebuyer programs.

Open Date: 11/26/2018
First Review Date: 01/07/2019
Close Date:
Open Until Filled: Yes

Special Instructions Summary:
Required Application Materials All applicants are required to submit: 1. A completed online District application form (go to https://jobs.smccd.edu to complete the application and to apply for this position). 2. A resume that details all relevant education, training, and other work experience. 3. A cover letter of no more than 3 pages that addresses the applicant’s cultural competence, sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students, faculty, and staff as well as the applicant’s qualifications as they relate to the requirements, knowledge, skills, and abilities listed in this announcement. Candidates for interview will be selected from among those who most closely meet the requirements and knowledge, skills and abilities. Meeting the minimum qualifications does not guarantee an interview. As part of the interview process, candidates may be asked to demonstrate job-related knowledge and skills. For questions related to this posting, please contact: SMCCCD Office of Human Resources 3401 CSM Drive, San Mateo, CA 94402 Tel.: (650) 574-6555 Fax:(650) 574-6574 Web Page: www.smccd.edu/hr

Conditions of Employment:
Prior to employment, the selected candidate will be required to complete the following:

1. Submit official transcripts (applies to all faculty or educational administrative positions)

Foreign Education completed outside of the United States must be deemed equivalent to that gained in conventional/accredited U.S. education programs in order for it to be considered for the satisfaction of minimum qualifications. Foreign transcripts must be translated and evaluated by a U.S.-based credentials evaluation service. The District currently accepts evaluations from agencies approved by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing.
.

2. Submit verifications of prior employment
3. Satisfactory references
4. Successfully being cleared for employment through the background checking process

In addition to background checks, the District may review publicly available information about a candidate on the Internet. If a candidate is aware of incorrect or inaccurate information that is available on the Internet, the candidate is welcome to address such an issue with the Office of Human Resources.
.

5. Present original documents for proof of eligibility to work in the United States
6. Approval of your employment by the SMCCCD Board of Trustees
7. Provide a certificate of Tuberculosis exam for initial employment.
8. Have fingerprints taken by a Live Scan computer (Clearance must be received prior to first day of employment). Please note that the California Education Code requires, in part, that community college districts shall not employ or retain in employment persons in public school service who have been convicted of certain felonies, a misdemeanor drug charge (including alcohol offenses) or misdemeanor moral turpitude (sexual offense) crime. However, consideration may be given to those whose drug convictions occurred more than five years ago. A conviction for other crimes may not necessarily disqualify you from the job for which you may be applying.

EEO Statement:
The San Mateo County Community College District is an Equal Opportunity Employer that seeks to employ individuals who represent the rich diversity of cultures, language groups, and abilities of its surrounding communities.

Accommodations:
Applicants who have disabilities may request that special accommodations be made in order to complete the selection process. Accommodation request forms and a copy of the Americans with Disabilities Act applicant procedures are available in the Office of Human Resources.

Annual Security Report:
San Mateo County Community College District’s (SMCCCD) 2018 Annual Security Report (ASR), required by the Clery Act, includes statistics for the previous three years concerning reported crimes that occurred on campus; in certain off-campus buildings owned or controlled by SMCCCD; and on public property within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from SMCCCD. Our 2018 Annual Security Report also outlines various campus safety and security policies, such as those concerning crime reporting, prevention and response to sexual and gender violence, alcohol and drug use, crime prevention, emergency response and evacuation procedures, and other matters. The 2018 Annual Security Report is now available. The Annual Security Report also includes important tips to help every member of the community remain safe and avoid becoming a victim of crime. You can obtain a copy of this report by contacting the Department of Public Safety at the District Office or any of the three Campuses (650) 738-7000.

To apply, visit: https://jobs.smccd.edu/

Contact:

Human Resources
San Mateo County Community College District
San Mateo CA 94402

Instructional Dean
San Mateo County Community College District
Dean of Science, Mathematics and Technology  
  Posted Tuesday, November 27, 2018
 


Dean of Science, Mathematics and Technology

San Mateo County Community College District

Posting Number: 2014689S
Department: Science & Technology CAÑ (DEPT)
Location: Cañada College
Position Number: 3A0004
Percentage of Full Time: 100%
FLSA: Exempt (does not accrue overtime)
Months per Year: 12
If other, please specify:
Salary Range:
Note:
Min Salary: $157,080 (annual)
Max Salary: $199,596 (annual)
Position Type: Administrative/Supervisory Positions

Who We Are:
The San Mateo County Community District is committed to achieving educational equity for all students. As outlined in the District’s Strategic Plan, “success, equity, and social justice for our students are longstanding goals.” The District’s “Students First” Strategic Plan is focused on “Student Success, Equity and Social Justice.” We provide students with a rich and dynamic learning experience that embraces differences — emphasizing collaboration and engaging students in and out of the classroom, encouraging them to realize their goals, and to become global citizens and socially responsible leaders. When you join our team at San Mateo County Community College District, you can expect to be part of an inclusive, innovative and equity-focused community that approaches higher education as a matter of social justice that requires broad collaboration among faculty, classified staff, administration, students and community partners.

The College and the District:
Cañada College, which was designated as a Hispanic Serving Institution in approximately 2000, is part of the San Mateo County Community College District, which currently enrolls approximately 23,000 students, the majority of whom are from minoritized populations. Of the students at Cañada College, 3.0% are African-American, 0.1% are American Indian, 11.1% are Asian, 3.7% are Filipino, 36.8% are Latinx, 1.4% are Pacific Islander, 25.8% are White, 15.1% are Multi-Ethnic, and 2.9% are unknown.

Who We Want:
We value the ability to serve students from a broad range of cultural heritages, socioeconomic backgrounds, genders, abilities and orientations. Therefore, we prioritize applicants who demonstrate they understand the benefits diversity brings to a professional educational community. The successful candidate will be an equity-minded individual committed to collaborating with faculty, classified staff, administration, students and community partners who are also committed to closing equity gaps. The San Mateo County Community College District seeks employees who value mentorship and working in a collegial, collaborative environment, guided by a commitment to helping all students achieve their educational goals.

The Position:
The Dean of Science, Mathematics and Technology is responsible to the Vice President of Instruction for administration of the division, including the disciplines of Biological Sciences, Physical Sciences, Earth Sciences, Mathematics, Telecommunications, Computer Science, and Health Sciences.

Duties and Responsibilities:
The duties below are representative of the duties of the position and are not intended to cover all of the duties performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the scope of work is similar, related, or a logical assignment to this position.

1. Provide leadership, management, and development for the division’s day, evening, and weekend programs in the academic year and in the summer

2. Oversee hiring of faculty and classified staff for the division; recommend personnel actions to the appropriate Vice President; supervise faculty and classified staff and oversee their evaluation

3. Organize and supervise the operation of the division office

4. In collaboration with faculty, identify program needs and encourage the development of curriculum; support a variety of methods of instruction, including computer-assisted instruction and distance learning

5. In collaboration with appropriate college staff and faculty, ensure course and program articulations are kept current

6. Develop and administer the division budget

7. With faculty and staff, and in collaboration with other instructional administrators, coordinate the preparation of division class schedules, catalogs, brochures and other printed materials

8. Facilitate grant applications for the division, manage new and existing grants, and prepare required reports

9. Serve as liaison with other college divisions and services, advisory committees, individual students and student groups, and appropriate off-campus groups

10. Serve as an active member of the college administrative team to address college-wide issues, concerns, and planning, including facilities restructuring and development; serve on college and District committees, as assigned

11. Organize and lead the annual division planning and budgeting process in concert with college goals; provide leadership for departmental program reviews

12. Provide leadership in staff and faculty development, including division meetings and retreats

13. Perform other duties as assigned by the Vice President

Minimum Qualifications:
• Possession of a Master’s or above in one of the disciplines taught in the Science, Mathematics & Technologies Division OR the equivalent• One year of formal training, internship, or leadership experience reasonably related to the managerial assignment• Demonstrated cultural competence, sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students, faculty and staff

Physical Requirements:
This classification requires sitting for extended periods of time, pushing and pulling, and visual acuity. The ability to type, use phone, stand intermittently, walk, bend and stoop, occasionally lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects of light to moderate weight, work at a computer, including sitting and viewing a monitor for various lengths of time, repetitive use of keyboard, mouse or other control device, dexterity of hands and fingers to operate keyboard, hearing and speaking to communicate and provide information to others; ability to operate a motor vehicle and drive to off campus locations in order to perform the essential functions.

Equivalence to Minimum Qualifications:


Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
1. Successful teaching experience in a discipline that is taught in the Science, Mathematics and Technology Division

2. Evidence of ability to provide leadership for all aspects of the division

3. Evidence of involvement, initiative, and leadership in instructional activities

4. Ability to develop, organize, and coordinate diverse instructional programs to achieve college and division goals

5. Ability to elicit and bring focus to recommendations from division faculty and staff, and ability to effectively represent the division and its goals at college and District levels

6. Ability to facilitate the development and administration of faculty and staff hiring, curriculum, budget, staff development, and performance evaluation

7. Ability to manage the division office and other support services to assist faculty, staff, and students

8. Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively with District and college administrators, faculty, staff, students, and the public

9. Awareness of and commitment to the goals of shared governance

10. Evidence of organizational skills that enable performance of duties in a timely fashion with attention to detail

11. Commitment to supporting, developing, and implementing instructional programs related to Basic Skills initiatives

12. Familiarity with and willingness to use or to encourage the use of computer-based technology for management of the division and for instructional purposes

13. Experience in or willingness to support, develop, implement, and assess outcomes of programs that lead to the success of all students, including underrepresented groups in math, science, and engineering

14. Experience in articulating curriculum and programs with both university and high school faculty

15. Successful experience in grant writing and management

16. Demonstrated ability to form and maintain community and industry partnerships

17. Ability to work collaboratively with faculty, staff, and administration to plan and implement facilities modifications

18. Commitment to programs that encourage pre-collegiate students to pursue education in science, mathematics and technology

19. Ability to work effectively and constructively with persons of diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds

Preferred Qualifications:

Benefits:
Benefits include paid holidays, vacation and sick leave. The District pays all or a portion of monthly medical plan premiums (depending on the coverage) and pays all of the monthly dental and vision plan premiums for employees and eligible dependents. Additional paid benefits include life insurance, salary continuance insurance, and an Employee Assistance Program. Academic employees participate in the State Teachers’ Retirement System, a defined-benefit retirement plan through the State of California. Optional tax-deferred 403(b) and 457 retirement plans are also available.

Open Date: 11/26/2018
First Review Date: 01/07/2019
Close Date:
Open Until Filled: Yes

Special Instructions Summary:
Required Application Materials All applicants are required to submit: 1. A completed online District application form (go to https://jobs.smccd.edu to complete the application and to apply for this position). 2. A resume that details all relevant education, training, and other work experience. 3. A cover letter of no more than 3 pages that addresses the applicant’s cultural competence, sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students, faculty, and staff as well as the applicant’s qualifications as they relate to the requirements, knowledge, skills, and abilities listed in this announcement. Candidates for interview will be selected from among those who most closely meet the requirements and knowledge, skills and abilities. Meeting the minimum qualifications does not guarantee an interview. As part of the interview process, candidates may be asked to demonstrate job-related knowledge and skills. For questions related to this posting, please contact: SMCCCD Office of Human Resources 3401 CSM Drive, San Mateo, CA 94402 Tel.: (650) 574-6555 Fax:(650) 574-6574 Web Page: www.smccd.edu/hr

Conditions of Employment:
Prior to employment, the selected candidate will be required to complete the following:

1. Submit official transcripts (applies to all faculty or educational administrative positions)

Foreign Education completed outside of the United States must be deemed equivalent to that gained in conventional/accredited U.S. education programs in order for it to be considered for the satisfaction of minimum qualifications. Foreign transcripts must be translated and evaluated by a U.S.-based credentials evaluation service. The District currently accepts evaluations from agencies approved by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing.
.

2. Submit verifications of prior employment
3. Satisfactory references
4. Successfully being cleared for employment through the background checking process

In addition to background checks, the District may review publicly available information about a candidate on the Internet. If a candidate is aware of incorrect or inaccurate information that is available on the Internet, the candidate is welcome to address such an issue with the Office of Human Resources.
.

5. Present original documents for proof of eligibility to work in the United States
6. Approval of your employment by the SMCCCD Board of Trustees
7. Provide a certificate of Tuberculosis exam for initial employment.
8. Have fingerprints taken by a Live Scan computer (Clearance must be received prior to first day of employment). Please note that the California Education Code requires, in part, that community college districts shall not employ or retain in employment persons in public school service who have been convicted of certain felonies, a misdemeanor drug charge (including alcohol offenses) or misdemeanor moral turpitude (sexual offense) crime. However, consideration may be given to those whose drug convictions occurred more than five years ago. A conviction for other crimes may not necessarily disqualify you from the job for which you may be applying.

EEO Statement:
The San Mateo County Community College District is an Equal Opportunity Employer that seeks to employ individuals who represent the rich diversity of cultures, language groups, and abilities of its surrounding communities.

Accommodations:
Applicants who have disabilities may request that special accommodations be made in order to complete the selection process. Accommodation request forms and a copy of the Americans with Disabilities Act applicant procedures are available in the Office of Human Resources.

Annual Security Report:
San Mateo County Community College District’s (SMCCCD) 2018 Annual Security Report (ASR), required by the Clery Act, includes statistics for the previous three years concerning reported crimes that occurred on campus; in certain off-campus buildings owned or controlled by SMCCCD; and on public property within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from SMCCCD. Our 2018 Annual Security Report also outlines various campus safety and security policies, such as those concerning crime reporting, prevention and response to sexual and gender violence, alcohol and drug use, crime prevention, emergency response and evacuation procedures, and other matters. The 2018 Annual Security Report is now available. The Annual Security Report also includes important tips to help every member of the community remain safe and avoid becoming a victim of crime. You can obtain a copy of this report by contacting the Department of Public Safety at the District Office or any of the three Campuses (650) 738-7000.

To apply, visit: https://jobs.smccd.edu/

Contact:

Human Resources
San Mateo County Community College District
San Mateo CA 94402

VP/VC Student Services
College of Marin
Enrollment Services Associate I  
  Posted Tuesday, November 27, 2018
 


Enrollment Services Associate I - Community Education

Salary: See Position Description

Job Type: Full-time

Location: Kentfield Campus, Kentfield, California

Description:

OPEN UNTIL FILLED

All application materials must be received by the Priority Screening Date in order to be consideredduring the initial screening. Applications received after this date may be considered thereafter at thediscretion of the college until the position is filled.


POSITION OVERVIEW
Under the general direction of the Director of Community Education, performs administrative, customer service tasks related to: registration and enrollment of Community Education, Intensive English Program (IEP) and Emeritus students. 

College of Marin strives to embrace diversity in all forms; it strives to be an inclusive community that fosters an open, enlightened and productive environment and demonstrates sensitivity to and respect for a diverse population.

COM serves a county population of approximately 250,000 residents. Based on fall 2017 credit enrollment data, the diversity of students at the college includes greater representation than the county with regards to enrollment by Hispanic/Latino (28% of enrollment), Asian (8%), Black/African American (4%), and Multi-racial (6%) students.

College of Marin is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in employment on the basis of, or perception of, race, ethnic group identification, ancestry, color, religion, age, sex,national origin, sexual orientation, physical disability, mental disability, gender, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, medical condition, genetic information, genetic condition, status as a veteran, and is subject to Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 as amended, Civil Rights Act of 1991, Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990, and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. In accordance with Executive Order 11246 (as amended), COM is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

To Apply: jobs.marin.edu 




Essential Functions:

  • Register and enroll students in Community Education and Intensive English Program classes by phone, fax, in-person, and mail-in registration. Provide customer support for online registration and related transactions via on-line enrollment management system. 
  • Process class adds, drops, and transfers. 
  • Assist in planning and implementing department operations, activities, projects and services. Manage high volume cyclical work flows. 
  • Review and update applications and related documents to ensure accuracy during the enrollment process. 
  • Serve as an informational resource and support to students, personnel, current and prospective faculty, outside agencies and the public regarding Community Education and IEP enrollment, registration system, course offerings and cancellations, policies and procedures, forms and catalogs, membership programs, sponsored events, grants and scholarships. 
  • Coordinate closely with Enrollment Services and International Education to ensure IEP student registration is handled seamlessly. 
  • Review and resolve issues, conflicts and discrepancies in proper, timely manner and refer issues as appropriate. 
  • Set up learner and member accounts for on-line registration. Provide password/username and profile information to students to facilitate student initiated on-line enrollment. 
  • Monitor and participate in the input of enrollment data in the online registration system; establish and maintain automated records and files, assure accuracy and completeness of input and output data. 
  • Update, reprint, and maintain forms to adhere to established policies and procedures. 
  • Prepare and transmit department communication and information between students, staff, faculty, administrators. Support Emeritus mailings. 
  • Compile, assemble, review and verify a variety of data, written reports and information pertaining to enrollment, faculty data, student records and program support. 
  • Collect and account for monies for student registration, Emeritus memberships, gift cards, parking fees, and IEP application fees; prepare and issue receipts; update balance and maintain related account. 
  • and funds according to correct change; reconcile daily monies and credit card information and prepare deposit. 
  • In coordination with Fiscal Services, prepare daily financial report reconciled with payment received. Deliver daily financial report and accounting with funds collected to Cashier's Office. 
  • Provide direction to student workers. 
  • Maintain the Community Education office and department supplies. 
  • Provide input to Director of Community Education in the overall evaluation of operations and activities of assigned responsibilities, as well as new technologies. 
  • Responsible for distributing incoming mail as needed; prepare and distribute other outgoing correspondence. 
  • Assist in establishing related timelines, calendars and priorities and assure related activities comply with established policies and procedures.

OTHER FUNCTIONS:
Other related duties as assigned

Requirements & Desirables:
REQUIREMENTS

  1. High school diploma or equivalent; and
  2. Any combination equivalent to: one (1) year increasingly responsible experience including work in Community Education, Enrollment Services or a closely related educational office; and
  3. Demonstrated sensitivity to and an understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural and ethnic backgrounds, abilities and learning styles of community college students and staff.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: (Desirable Attributes & Skills)

KNOWLEDGE OF:

  • Department operations and activities including the processing of applications and enrollment forms, maintenance of student records and files, and related student support functions 
  • Procedures and techniques involved in the processing of enrollment forms and application and related student registration activities 
  • College and State standards and requirements concerning student enrollment and registration 
  • Applicable regulations, policies, programs and procedures 
  • Customer service and interpersonal skills using tact, patience and courtesy 
  • Operation of a computer and assigned software 
  • Oral and written communication skills 
  • Correct English usage, grammar, spelling, punctuation and vocabulary 
  • Record-keeping and report preparation techniques 
  • Data control procedures and data entry operations 
  • Basic Mathematical calculations

ABILITY TO:

  • Participate in department operations and activities including the processing of applications and enrollment forms, maintenance of student records and files 
  • Maintain current knowledge of regulations, policies and application requirements for the department 
  • Facilitate communication between department personnel with information to meet student and College staff enrollment needs 
  • Serve as a resource to students, staff, faculty, outside agencies and public regarding Community Education registration. 
  • Resolve student application, enrollment, registration conflicts and discrepancies 
  • Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with others 
  • Use independent judgment and decision-making skills 
  • Maintain security and confidentiality of student educational records mandated by FERPA regulations

CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT
Prior to employment, the selected candidate will be required to complete the following:

  1. In accordance with Federal Law all employees must provide proof of eligibility to work in the United States. 
  2. Criminal Justice/Fingerprint and Child Abuse Index Services clearances. 
  3. California Education Code, Section 87408.6 requires persons employed by a community college in an academic or classified position to submit to a TB risk assessment developed by CDPH and CTCA and, if risk factors are present, an examination to determine that he or she is free of infectious TB; initially upon hire and every four years thereafter. 
  4. DISASTER SERVICE WORKERS: All Marin Community College District (MCCD) employees are designated Disaster Service Workers through state and local law (California Government Code Section 3100-3109). Employment with the MCCD requires the affirmation of a loyalty oath to this effect. Employees are required to complete all Disaster Service Worker-related training as assigned, and to return to work as ordered in the event of an emergency. For more information, please see the MCCD Emergency Operations Plan
  5. Candidates applying for positions with the Marin Community College District may be disqualified from consideration should their conviction


REQUIRED APPLICATION DOCUMENTS
The following documents must be attached to your application in order to render it complete. Use the Attachment Type indicated in parentheses when making your attachments.

  1. Cover Letter (cover letter)
  2. Resume (resume)

Supplemental & Salary Information:
RESPONSIBILITY:
Responsibilities include: assisting other persons; and operating within a defined budget and/or financial guidelines. Utilization of resources from other work units may be required to perform the job's functions.

WORKING ENVIRONMENT:

  • Busy office with constant interruptions 
  • Dexterity of hands and fingers to operate a computer keyboard 
  • Hearing and speaking to exchange information in person and on the telephone. 
  • Seeing to read a variety of materials 
  • Bending at the waist, kneeling or crouching to file materials 
  • Reaching overhead, above the shoulders and horizontally 
  • Generally the job requires 70% sitting, 15% walking and 15% standing

WORK SCHEDULE
Campus: Kentfield
Full-time Equivalent: 1.0 – Full-time
Months per Year: 12
Work Days/Hours:
Monday - Friday
8:30am - 4:30pm
7.5 Hours per Day
37.5 Hours per Week

SALARY INFORMATION
FLSA Status: Non-exempt
Salary Range: CSEA 115
Starting Salary Range: $4,275.38 to $4,712.50 per month (Step 1 to 3). Normal entering step is Step 1.

Please refer to our Human Resources web site for salary schedules.

BARGAINING UNIT & RETIREMENT PLAN
Employees in classifications represented by the California School Employees' Association (CSEA) Chapter 196 and are required to comply fully with the CSEA/Marin Community College District (MCCD) Collective Bargaining Agreement, including payment of union dues or charitable contributions. General information regarding rights and responsibilities under the Agreement can be found in the Collective Bargaining Agreements section of our Human Resources site. CSEA employees are also members of the California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS), to which the member contributes up to 7% of his/her reportable compensation on a monthly basis. 

SELECTION PROCESS
Applications must include the documents listed in the Required Documents section to be rendered complete; incomplete applications will not be accepted. Screening will begin after the priority screening date. Applicants selected to interview will be contacted to schedule an interview appointment with the screening committee; however, applicants will be notified of their status, either way, following the screening. Candidates forwarded by the committee following the first interview may be invited for a second interview. Regrettably, College of Marin is not able to offer reimbursement for travel to interviews at this time. 

To apply: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/collegeofmarin/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=2262907 

Contact:

Human Resources
College of Marin
CA

VP/VC Human Resources
Glendale Community College
Vice President, Human Resources  
  Posted Wednesday, November 21, 2018
 

 

Vice President, Human Resources

 


Salary
$131,280.00 - $167,592.00 Annually

Location
Glendale, CA

Job Type
Classified Management

Department
Office of Superintendent - President

Job Number
675018

Closing
1/9/2019 5:00 PM Pacific

Description
Serves as the Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) for the District and is responsible for providing leadership, planning, development, and administration of the District's comprehensive human resources programs, including administration of bargaining unit contracts, negotiations for the faculty and classified contracts, health benefits administration, equal employment opportunity and diversity, recruitment and selection, pre-employment testing, classification, compensation, employee relations, performance evaluation, discipline, workers' compensation, employee safety, leaves of absence, staff development, human resources information management, and legal compliance. Advises the Superintendent/President and others on all human resources matters. Serves as the District's EEO Officer. Serves as a member of the Superintendent/President's cabinet and administrative executive team.

SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND PROVIDED
Supervision is received by the Superintendent/President.

Provides leadership, support, and supervision for the Human Resources staff.

START DATE:
May 1, 2019

Examples of Duties
1. Develops for college action, reviews, revises, and implements a comprehensive written human resources plan which includes an equal employment opportunity plan, diversity plan, staff development plan, employee safety plan, staffing plan, annual program review, and human resources goals and strategies to achieve those goals consistent with the District's mission statement, Educational Master Plan, accreditation standards, and other district plans.

2. Develops for college action, reviews, revises, and implements Board policies, administrative regulations, and practices related to district human resources and implements improvements to achieve continuous quality improvement in human resources services.

3. Ensures the District's human resources programs are compliant with the District's collective bargaining agreements, Board policies and administrative regulations, and all federal, state, and local laws and regulations including, but not limited to California Education Code and California Code of Regulations Title 5.

4. Provides oversight and direction of the District's employee recruitment and selection procedures, including processes to ensure: equal employment opportunity and diversity in the appointment, promotion, and reassignment of district faculty, staff, and administration; evaluation of the effectiveness of the District's hiring policies and procedures within the context of EEO and diversity; pre-employment testing tests are job-related, valid and reliable; employees meet the minimum qualifications established for each position; and Faculty Service Areas (FSAs) are in place.

5. Administers and provides oversight of the District's comprehensive compensation and classification structures. Ensures job descriptions are current. Oversees processes for determining reclassification and temporary out of class assignments. Conducts classification and compensation related studies.

6. Provides leadership, direction, and support in collective bargaining negotiations, serving as, or coordinating with, the chief negotiator for the District in negotiations with the faculty and classified bargaining units, communicating changes to collective bargaining agreements to district managers and human resources staff, ensuring compliance with the collective bargaining agreements, assuring collective bargaining agreements are on the District's website, and processing and responding to grievances.

7. Administers and provides oversight of the timely performance evaluation of the District's faculty, staff, and administration. Trains managers and staff on the performance evaluation processes. Notifies supervisors of evaluation due dates. Facilitates faculty evaluation committee process.

8. Oversees employee discipline process, assisting managers in development of performance improvement plans, implementing district's progressive discipline processes including verbal and written reprimands, suspensions, demotions, involuntary transfers, and dismissals, and representing the District at discipline related hearings.

9. Provides leadership and oversight for the District's staff orientation and staff development programs: determines District's training needs, works with managers to develop and implement a staff development plan for all employees; and trains managers in interpreting and applying the District's collective bargaining agreements, Board policies, administrative regulations, and relevant federal, state, and local laws.

10. Administers and provides oversight of the District's workers' compensation and employee safety programs. Represents the District to the Joint Powers Authority (SLIM JPA). Analyzes data to develop and implement employee safety programs to reduce frequency and severity of work-related injuries and illnesses.

11. Administers and provides oversight for employee leaves of absence ensuring compliance with all federal, state, and local laws and regulations, district Board policies and administrative regulations, and the bargaining unit contracts.

12. Provides oversight for the effective and efficient management of the human resources information systems. Ensures that information is accurate and secure. Maintains position control function.

13. Administers and provides oversight of periodic sexual harassment training as required by AB 1825.

14. Provides oversight for the preparation of a variety of complex reports including, but not limited to, reports related to staff data, state diversity budget expenditures, full-time faculty obligation, and staff development and human resources budget allocations. Ensures reports are accurate and reporting deadlines are met.

15. Plans, develops, and administers human resources and staff development budgets. Monitors and controls related budget expenditures. Oversees use of state diversity funds.

16. Serves as custodian of District personnel records. Maintains human resources records, files reports and data as required by federal, state, and local laws and regulations, collective bargaining agreements, and Board policies and administrative regulations. Develops appropriate records storage and retention systems.

17. Receives, investigates, and responds to EEO, discrimination, sexual harassment, and other employee complaints in a thorough and timely manner. Works with legal counsel as needed

18. Responds to subpoenas and public information requests.

19. Oversees management of unemployment claims.

20. Maintains current knowledge of best practices and relevant laws, rules, and regulations relating to human resources and uses such in the development and implementation of human resources programs and services.

21. Trains, supervises, evaluates, and directs the work of human resources staff.

22. Administers human resources programs utilizing the principles of shared governance. Serves on and/or chairs shared governance and other committees and task forces.

23. Provides advice and counsel to the Superintendent/President, District administrators, and other District employees on human resources matters.

24. Attends Board of Trustees meetings, providing information to the Board as requested. Is responsible for the preparation of the personnel schedule and other human resources related Board items. Attends closed session meetings as invited by the Board of Trustees.

25. Collaborates with internal and external personnel (e.g. other administrators, auditors, attorneys, public agencies, community members, etc.) for the purpose of implementing and/or maintaining services and programs.

26. Performs other related duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications
1. A Master's Degree from an accredited college or university is required.
2. At least five years of progressively responsible experience related to the field of human resources.

Desired Qualifications
1. Five or more years of human resources management experience in higher education.
2. Experience as a chief negotiator in public school collective bargaining.
3. Prior human resources experience in a California community college.
4. A Doctorate degree from an accredited college or university in law or with a major in Public Administration, Business Administration or a closely related field.
5. Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) or Professional In Human Resources (PHR) certificate.

Position Requires Knowledge of:
1. Laws, rules and regulations pertaining to human resources in the California Community College System.
2. Principles and practices of management, supervision and training.
3. Principles, practices and trends in human resource management for public employers.
4. Wage and hour administration.
5. Human Resources information systems, database applications and related software systems. Word processing, spreadsheet, presentation, database and other software programs used in managing human resources information.

Position Requires Ability to:
1. Select, develop, manage and evaluate staff.
2. Establish goals and strategic plans with identifiable outcomes and measures.
3. Communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
4. Analyze, interpret and explain laws, policies, labor contracts, rules, and regulations.
5. Develop and manage a budget.
6. Compile and present narrative and statistical reports in a concise and comprehensive manner.
7. Collaborate with college leadership to define comprehensive staff development and training programs, and strategies to fund them, preparing managers and employees to meet current and future needs of the District.
8. Effectively negotiate and manage labor contracts.
9. Exercise critical and independent decision making when resolving confidential, difficult situations.
10. Demonstrate sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, ethnic, and disability backgrounds of community college students, faculty, staff, and administration.
11. Serve as a strategic partner with the District's administration, the Board of Trustees, faculty, and staff to meet the District's mission, objectives, vision, and values

Additional Information
Salary

Starting salary is from $131,280.00 to $167,592.00 annually depending upon education and experience. Fringe benefits, which are subject to change pursuant to negotiations under Section 3500 of the California Government Code, are presently provided and include family and domestic partner medical and dental, two-party vision plan, and employee life insurance.

Application Process

This position requires the following documents to be attached to your online application in order to be considered:
Current resume
Cover letter that addresses minimum and desirable qualifications
Transcripts showing all post-secondary course work and completion of required degree(s) must be submitted. Unofficial transcripts will be accepted only during the application process. Official transcripts are required upon offer of employment. Foreign transcripts and degrees require official certification of equivalency to U.S. transcripts and degrees by a certified U.S. review service at the time of application.
Three References please provide names, telephone numbers, and e-mail address for each reference.

Please note: All required documentation must be attached to the online application by the applicant by the closing date. Additional documents not requested in the announcement, will not be reviewed.

Your application and any required attachments must be submitted by Wednesday, January 9, 2019 at 5:00 p.m. Applications with incomplete information (i.e. statements such as - see resume) or missing documents will not be considered. If you have additional questions please call 818-240-1000 ext. 3135.

Selection Process
All completed applications and application materials will be screened to ensure that the minimum requirements stated in the job announcement are met. Those candidates who meet the minimum qualifications and possess the highest degree of desired job-related qualifications will be invited to the college for an interview at their own expense. The College President will make the final recommendation to the Governing Board of Glendale Community College.

All candidates will be notified by email of their final disposition in the selection process.

This position is offered contingent upon funding. The district reserves the right to extend, withdraw, and/or reopen this position at any time.

About the College

Glendale Community College (GCC) is nestled in the foothills of the San Rafael Mountains, centrally located at the intersection of three major freeways, just ten miles from downtown Los Angeles. Glendale is affectionately known as Jewel City, one of the fastest growing communities in the Southern California region. A vibrant hub of economic activity and cultural diversity; it is an exciting place to work and live!

GCC is recognized throughout the state as a model of shared governance and collegiality. Known for excellence and rigor, we have one of the highest transfer rates to the UC system and other California four-year colleges. Additionally, the college offers a broad range of vocational programs and takes pride in providing outstanding student services and curriculum to help prepare students for success in the 21st Century.

GCC is committed to maintaining an environment which provides opportunities to individuals with a wide variety of talents, experiences, perspectives, and backgrounds. We believe in the importance of diversity amongst our faculty, staff, and student population to better serve the college and surrounding communities.

Equal Employment Opportunity
Glendale Community College District provides all applicants for district employment with equal employment opportunities and provides present employees with training, compensation, promotion, and all other attributes of employment without regard to a person's race, religious creed, color, age, sex, national origin, veterans' status, ancestry, marital status, sexual orientation, medical condition, gender identity or disability.

Accommodations
Applicants who require a reasonable accommodation for the application, testing or interviewing processes should contact the Human Resources Department at the time of application submission.

Thank you for your interest in employment opportunities with Glendale Community College.

 

 

 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Dr. Armine G. Hacopian, Dr. Vahe Peroomian, Ann H. Ransford, Anthony P. Tartaglia and Yvette Vartanian Davis

 


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Other Administrative Position
Cabrillo College
Program Coordinator - SDLC  
  Posted Tuesday, November 20, 2018
 


Program Coordinator-Stroke & Disability Learning Center (SDLC)

Cabrillo College 

Closing Date/Time: 11/20/2018 11:59 PM Pacific

Salary: See Position Description

Job Type: Full-time

Department: Stroke Center - See Sped

Employment Opportunity

This full-time, Program Coordinator in the Stroke & Disability Learning Center (SDLC) coordinates and provides administrative and program support services and performs related duties as required or assigned.

In addition, a Program Coordinator position eligibility pool may be established in order to fill other full-time, part-time, or substitute assignments as needs arise.

The ideal candidate will share Cabrillo's commitment to educating its racially and socioeconomically diverse student population. Cabrillo College serves approximately 12,000 students per term, of which 44% are LatinX, 5% multi-ethnic, 3% Asian, 1% African-American, 1% Filipino, .25% American Indian or Alaskan Native, and .19% Pacific Islander as of Fall 2017. At Cabrillo, over 52% of students are students of color and 59% are economically disadvantaged. In 2006, Cabrillo College was designated a Hispanic-Serving Institution, reflecting the great responsibility that the College has to the educational attainment and economic well-being of the surrounding community.

Cabrillo College has a tradition of collegial governance, and staff possess a long history of participatory governance in all levels of decision-making at the college. Cabrillo provides an excellent opportunity to learn, collaborate, create, and make a difference in the lives of its students and community.

Examples of Duties

  • Coordinates SDLC activities leading to the accomplishment of SDLC objectives 
  • Assists in developing SDLC budgets, goals, objectives, policies, and procedures 
  • Coordinates services with and refers students to other college programs and to community support agencies 
  • Serves as a liaison between students, College, community organizations and the program 
  • Monitors budget allocations and expenditures, maintains accounting records and prepares financial reports 
  • Prepares reports, evaluations, proposals and other documents necessary for funding and successful operation of the SDLC program 
  • Provides information and assistance to students, potential students, clients and the public regarding SDLC program requirements and services including special student populations 
  • Ensures compliance with SDLC program and college requirements and regulations 
  • Develops partnerships with community agencies, business/industry and local government 
  • Conducts outreach and recruitment activities and represents the SDLC and the College with other colleges, high schools, vocational schools, public agencies and employers 
  • Develops and disseminates various outreach and recruitment materials for specific populations and programs 
  • Coordinates and conducts orientations and workshops 
  • Confers with students regarding academic and vocational concerns 
  • Recommends contact with advisors or counselors 
  • Coordinates class schedule information and facility use for the SDLC 
  • Performs a variety of research activities, evaluating alternatives and preparing recommendations 
  • Monitors activity compliance with grant provisions, college policies and federal and state regulations 
  • Trains and oversees student workers 
  • Organizes and maintains records management systems, including computerized databases 
  • May assist in writing and submitting grant proposals 
  • May prepare promotional materials including flyers, letters, brochures, printed material and other means of communicating the services provided by the SDLC to targeted audiences 
  • Performs related duties as required or assigned

Minimum Qualifications

Education and Experience:

Equivalent to two (2) years of college coursework in business, public administration or the occupational program area served by the Stroke and Disability Learning Center, and three (3) years of instructional support experience. Additional experience as outlined above may be substituted for the education on a year for year basis or additional education may be substituted for the experience on a year-for-year basis UP to two (2) years.
Knowledge of:

  • Program coordination principles, including work organization, budgetary principles, practices and administration 
  • Analytical and research principles and techniques 
  • Basic functions and programs of a community college or similar educational setting 
  • Community resources (governmental, community, and social service organizations and their functions) 
  • Applicable federal and state laws and college rules and regulations 
  • Sensitivity and understanding of diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students and the community-at-large 
  • Personal computers, including database management 
  • Standard office practices and procedures, including filing and the operation of office equipment 
  • Correct English usage, spelling, grammar and punctuation 
  • SDLC program

Ability to:

  • Interpret, apply and explain relevant regulations, policies and procedures 
  • Analyze problems, evaluate alternatives and make effective and programmatically sound recommendations 
  • Coordinate multiple projects, set priorities and meet critical deadlines 
  • Exercise sound independent judgment within established guidelines 
  • Prepare clear, concise and complete reports and other written material 
  • Make effective presentations 
  • Maintain accurate records, files and databases 
  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work 
  • Maintain confidentiality of information 
  • Type with sufficient skill to enter data into a computer and produce correspondence, reports or promotional materials 
  • Promote the College and/or program to prospective students and the community

Other Requirements:

  • Must be willing to work days, evenings, and weekends at various campus sites 
  • Position may require the ability to learn proper techniques to safely assist disabled students 
  • Position may require skill in: 
    • Academic or occupational program area 
    • Graphic design and desktop publishing 
    • Student services 
    • Human services and/or case work 

Additional Information

Current Salary: *$3,703 to $4,083 per month to start; seven step schedule to $4,963 per month. Full-time assignment, categorically-funded, 10 months per year. Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. with evenings and weekends as required. Classified employees are required to join the California Public Employees' Retirement System (CalPERS) and as such contribute up to 7% of their monthly salary to CalPERS on a pre-tax basis. Salary is subject to proration based on beginning date of assignment.

* Cabrillo College reserves the right at its discretion to hire classified and confidential employees at a higher starting step placement, up to step three, in acknowledgment of an individual's previous job-related work experience. Please note: It is the applicants responsibility to ensure their application materials include the work-related experience they wish to be considered for a higher step placement. The Human Resources department will make their determination based on the information in the application materials received.

Cabrillo College currently provides a benefit stipend contribution for medical, dental, life and long-term disability insurance for employees and eligible dependents.

The Cabrillo Classified Employees Union (CCEU) is the exclusive bargaining representative for classified employees. Classified employees who elect to join CCEU agree to have a monthly payroll deduction equal to the current membership dues rate, which is generally a percentage of gross monthly compensation. 

Application Process:

**To be considered, each applicant MUST SUBMIT:

  1. Completed online Employment Application 
  2. Job-related resume 
  3. Verification of educational and experience qualifications ((Download PDF reader)Foreign transcripts must be translated to determine equivalency to U.S. standards. (Download PDF reader) Any fee for such translation is paid by the applicant.)
    • Transcripts from all colleges attended showing degree conferred, if applicable (unofficial transcripts, copies, and downloads are acceptable) to demonstrate the qualification re: college coursework listed in this announcement. Please note diplomas are not accepted in place of college transcripts. If selected it is the responsibility of the candidate to provide official transcripts, diplomas, degrees, or other documents as may be requested. OR
    • Verification of experience qualifications: 
      • Experience may be substituted for the education requirement on a year-for-year basis UP to two (2) years. Applicant must provide written evidence that proves additional experience is equivalent for purposes of substitution. 

** If any of the above materials are not submitted with your application packet, your materials will be deemed incomplete and will not be forwarded to the committee for screening.

Please notify the Human Resources Department if you require any special accommodation(s) in meeting these requirements.

Please Note: To ensure an accurate evaluation of your application materials, please submit information regarding your education, experience, knowledge, and abilities as they relate to the minimum qualifications. When filling out the online application, it is important that you fill out all sections completely. Do not leave blank spaces/sections or note "see resume". When adding attachments, please redact ALL of the following items which appear on any attachment before you submit it: personal photos, social security number, birthplace, birth date, age, and gender.

Selection Procedure: Applications will be reviewed by a search committee, which will determine the applicants to invite for interviews based on appraisal of qualifications as documented by application materials submitted. Meeting the posted requirements does not guarantee an invitation for an interview. Performance exam(s) may be administered.

Candidates selected for employment with Cabrillo College must agree to be fingerprinted, provide current tuberculosis screening results, provide proof of eligibility for employment in the United States and present a valid Social Security card upon hire.

Application Deadline: Application and attached required materials must be successfully submitted by 11:59 p.m. on: Tuesday, November 20, 2018.

Cabrillo College seeks applications from all qualified individuals. It is the continuing goal of Cabrillo College to hire and retain staff that reflect the rich diversity and cultural heritage of the college district and its student body
 

Cabrillo College currently provides full-time employees a benefit stipend contribution for medical, dental, life and long-term disability insurance for employees and eligible dependents. Please note: Employee who work part-time contracts will receive a pro rata benefit stipend based on the percentage of assignment.

Full-time and *part-time classified employees are required to join the California Public Employee's Retirement System (CalPERS) and as such contribute up to 7% of their monthly salary to CalPERS on a pre-tax basis. 

Note: Classified-hourly employees are not eligible for insurance-related benefits or PERS retirement benefits.

Each employee hired into a classified position shall contribute to membership dues, service fee or charitable contribution at the current rate based on gross salary per month.

*Part-time refers to 1,000 hours/125 days or more per fiscal year.

To apply, please visit: https://www.schooljobs.com/careers/cabrilloedu 

Contact:

Human Resources
Cabrillo College
CA
United States
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VP/VC Administrative/Business Services
Rancho Santiago Community College District
Vice President, Administrative Services  
  Posted Tuesday, November 20, 2018
 


Job Title: Vice President, Administrative Services
Req: CL18-1213
Location: Santa Ana College
Position Type: Classified Administrator
Posting Close Date: 12/14/2018

Job Description:
GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES

Serves as business manager of the college. Overall responsibility to the College President for the effective conduct of the business affairs of the college, including budget development and control, maintenance of facilities, custodial and grounds, auxiliary services, transportation and the preparation and maintenance of required records and reports; performs other duties as assigned. Serve as campus liaison to District business operations and fiscal services division. This is a classified position.

SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES
DEVELOPMENT AND DELIVERY OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES

Serves as the primary liaison between the College President and all segments of the College regarding the requirements and procedures governing administrative services. Provides overall supervision of budget, maintenance of facilities, custodial and grounds, bookstore/food services, transportation, and community use of facilities; recommends policy and procedure, and monitors programs and services in assigned area for responsiveness to the needs of a culturally diverse community. Serves as the College's direct liaison with the District's Business Operations and Fiscal Services Division and provides dotted line coordination of centralized district services such as facilities planning and development, and campus safety and security.

PERSONNEL
Responsible for and recommends the hire, transfer, suspension, lay-off, recall, promotion, assignment, discipline, and training/professional development of assigned personnel; also, responsible for administering collective bargaining agreements, adjustment of grievances, and compliance with District policies, rules and regulations regarding employment and selection procedures, evaluation of assigned staff, and providing direction and assistance in relation to all programs associated with this office.

BUDGET/FISCAL MANAGEMENT
Responsible for timely and accurate preparation, submission and administration of the College budget, including substantial responsibility for reporting and accounting for specific programmatic funding.

PLANNING
Plans all programs under supervision; responsible for the scheduling of work, events, facility use, maintenance, and the delivery of services.

COMMUNITY CONTACT/REPRESENTATION
Must be a highly visible educational leader seeking a position of significant leadership in community institutions and activities, and on state boards and committees to articulate, enhance and improve District programs, offerings, and funding. Oversees community use of campus facilities.

OTHER PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITES
Significant responsibility for advising, chairing and supervision of service area, college-wide committees, and District-wide committees and task forces.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
Supervises all aspects of the planning, funding, coordinating, staffing, delivery and evaluation of programs, activities and staff assigned in areas of responsibility; has substantial responsibility for procurement, expenditure and accounting for funding and programs in compliance with applicable law and policy, and for related reports. Resolves complaints, problems, and conflicts; analyzes, applies and explains laws, regulations and policies, regarding services provided and maintains related records and reports.

Job Qualifications:
REQUIRED SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS

Minimum Qualifications: A Bachelor's degree and at least five years of experience reasonably related to this administrative assignment. Desirable: A Master's Degree in Business Administration, Public Administration, or related field and experience in a public educational agency is desirable. Required Skills: Ability to prevent and resolve conflicts and problems, plan, measure and evaluate programs, services and activities, supervise staff, analyze and apply laws, rules and regulations, and build consensus

Method of Application
For consideration in the selection process, interested persons must complete the RSCCD application and upload all required documents online by the specified closing date for the position. If you do not have a computer, there is a computer which can only access RSCCD employment website and scanner to upload application materials/documents (no USB) available at the Human Resources Department, 2323 North Broadway, Santa Ana, California, 92706, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday - Friday.

Please upload the following application materials in the appropriate boxes with your online application by the closing date:

• Resume (Required)
• Cover Letter (Required)
• Unofficial transcripts showing that the minimum qualifications are met (Required)
• Any additional supplemental materials (Optional)

To apply, visit: https://rsccd.igreentree.com

Contact:

Human Resources
Rancho Santiago Community College District
CA

Dean - other
Rancho Santiago Community College District
Dean, Academic Affairs  
  Posted Tuesday, November 20, 2018
 


Job Title: Dean, Academic Affairs
Req: AC18-0708
Location: Santa Ana College
Position Type: Academic Administrator
Posting Close Date: 12/14/2018

Job Description:
GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES

Under the direction of the Vice President of Academic Affairs, the Dean of Academic Affairs provides leadership and administration of a variety of administrative and supervisory duties related to the Office of Academic Affairs, including enrollment management, program review, international students, curriculum, catalog and schedule production, accreditation, the bachelor of arts program, as well as other key campus-wide initiatives such as Guided Pathways, Dual Enrollment, and Student Equity. Additionally, this position handles all related records and reports; performs other duties and special projects as assigned.

SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES
MANAGEMENT OF ASSIGNED AREAS WITHIN ACADEMIC AFFAIRS

Produces and interprets reports related to enrollment management and works with academic deans, department chairs, and faculty on strategies to support student learning, degree and certificate completion and provides direction based on available funding. Provides direction and support to staff in support of the College's curriculum, catalog, and schedule of classes and related materials and may serve on the District and College Curriculum/Instruction Councils. Reviews instructional and other programs for compliance with applicable state and federal law, regulations and guidelines, District policy and procedure, and responsiveness to the needs of a culturally diverse community. As delegated by the Vice President of Academic Affairs, shall serve as liaison and resource to the college accreditation process, program accreditation processes, compliance program reviews and the biennial review of vocational programs, including but not limited to responsibility for other matters related to accreditation, report preparation, submissions, evidence gathering, overall logistics, and support during site visits. Oversee the International Student Program to include assistance with admissions and registration, housing and transportation, immigration, and academic personal counseling.

PERSONNEL
As delegated by the Vice President of Academic Affairs, is responsible for or effectively recommends the hire, transfer, suspension, lay-off recall, promotion, assignment, discipline, training, professional development, assignment, direction and evaluation of work, and adjustment of grievances of personnel assigned to the position; also responsible for administering collective bargaining agreements, employment and promotion selection procedures, compliance with District policies, rules and regulations regarding personnel, evaluation of the performance of academic and classified staff assigned to the instructional program, and providing direction and assistance wherever a need for improvement is identified.

BUDGET/FUNDING/PAYROLL
Substantial responsibilities for the timely and accurate preparation, submission and administration of the appropriate budget(s), and payroll accounting.

PLANNING
Responsible for evaluating proposed offerings, enrollment history, budget, demand and program requirements to recommend the number and nature of offerings, scheduling of classes, staffing and available facilities, supplies, equipment and materials and will serve as an integral part of the enrollment collection process and serve as a liaison with college departments and divisions. Monitors enrollment, collaborates with academic deans and department chairs to recommend cancellations and changes in course offerings in response to utilizations and other duties that maybe assigned.

COMMUNITY CONTACT/REPRESENTATION
Must be a highly visible educational leader seeking positions of significant leadership in community institutions, as well as community support organizations and on state boards and committees to articulate, enhance and improve District programs, offerings, funding, assets, and educational leadership position and reputation at the state and national levels.

OTHER PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITES
Significant responsibility for chairing and supervision of District-wide and college committees and task forces; performs other duties and special projects as assigned.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
• Support the goals and objectives of the Office of Academic Affairs.
• Provide data-informed input to increase the workflow and efficiencies of assigned areas in support of students.
• Perform or supervise the performance of all personnel functions of staff assigned.

Job Qualifications:
REQUIREMENTS
Minimum Qualifications:
Master's degree from an accredited college or university and one year of formal training, internship, or leadership experience reasonably related to this administrative assignment; or, possess a California Administrative or Supervisory Credential authorizing service at the community college level.

Required Skills: Ability to prevent and resolve professional and personal conflicts and problems, evaluate instructional content and strategies, analyze and apply laws, rules and regulations involving programs, staff and students, and articulate District and college plans, goals, programs and requirements at the District, community, state and national levels.

Method of Application
For consideration in the selection process, interested persons must complete the RSCCD application and upload all required documents online by the specified closing date for the position. If you do not have a computer, there is a computer which can only access RSCCD employment website and scanner to upload application materials/documents (no USB) available at the Human Resources Department, 2323 North Broadway, Santa Ana, California, 92706, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday - Friday.

Please upload the following application materials in the appropriate boxes with your online application by the closing date:

• Resume (Required)
• Cover Letter (Required)
• Unofficial Transcripts showing that the minimum qualifications are met (Required)
• Any additional supplemental materials (Optional)

Travel reimbursement is available to those meeting the established district criteria.

To apply, visit: https://rsccd.igreentree.com

Contact:

Human Resources
Rancho Santiago Community College District
CA

VP/VC Administrative/Business Services
Riverside Community College District
Associate Vice Chancellor, Facilities Planning  
  Posted Monday, November 19, 2018
 



Position Title:
Associate Vice Chancellor, Facilities Planning and Development (District)

Department:
Fac/Plng/Constr (D)

Position Type:
Classified Management/Supervisor

College/Campus:
District

Physical location of the position:
District

Employment Type:
Full-Time

Position Length:
12-month

Salary Range:
Grade AB

Salary Amount:
144,845 - 176,343

Salary Type:
Annual

Is this position categorically (grant) funded?
No

BASIC FUNCTION:
Under the direction of the area Vice Chancellor, the Associate Vice Chancellor, Facilities Planning & Development is responsible for the administration and management of planning, design, and construction functions and activities for the Riverside Community College District, in coordination and consultation with internal and external District stakeholders. The position ensures that the District plans, designs, and builds capital projects that are functional, sustainable, well designed, and cost effective.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: Facilities Planning and Development staff and other assigned staff. Serves as District liaison for consultants and contract staff.

EDUCATION:
A bachelor's degree in a related field is required. Master's degree in a related field is desired.

EXPERIENCE:
A minimum of five (5) years of progressively responsible experience in planning, design, and construction in higher education institution or comparable organization. Experience must include a minimum of two (2) years of leading and managing a design or facilities department; or an equivalent combination of training and experience.

KNOWLEDGE OF:
1. California Community Colleges California Capital Outlay and Deferred Maintenance Programs Space Inventory Program.
2. Uniform Building Code (UPC), California Architectural Barriers Laws (CALABL), California Occupational Safety and Health Act (CALOSHA), California Public Contracts Code, Education Code, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and other related statutes.
3. Budget preparation, processing, and project cost estimating/accounting.
4. Legal and practical aspects of capital project design, bidding, management, and closeout of construction contracts.
5. Generally accepted architectural, planning, and construction principles and practices as related to public works and community colleges, institutions of higher education, and schools.
6. Methods of purchasing and contract administration in a community college environment.
7. Methods, practices, equipment, and supplies used in facility maintenance and construction, building, and safety regulations.
8. Overall knowledge of institutional planning, design, construction methodologies, and sustainable design.
9. Leadership and management techniques and practices.
10. Project finance, management and delivery; including management of contracts, bids, consultants and contractors, and facility development.
11. Bond use planning, real estate regulations and requirements.

ABILITY TO:
1. Exercise sound independent judgment based on a working knowledge of assigned area.
2. Identify problems, develop alternative solutions, achieve solution consensus in a complex environment, and execute decisions.
3. Serve and attend to "Owners" and serve and facilitate the needs of multiple stakeholder groups.
4. Effectively prioritize workload to set and meet aggressive goals, deadlines and commitments.
5. Compile and interpret statistical, visual, legal, and technical data, documents and reports.
6. Communicate effectively, including the dissemination of technical concepts and analysis to a variety of audiences.
7. Maintain current knowledge of emerging practices and technology pertaining to the areas of responsibility.
8. Organize, direct, and successfully implement planning, design, and construction of capital projects in a higher education setting.

Other:
COMMITMENT TO DIVERSITY:
Candidate must demonstrate clear evidence of sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability and ethnic backgrounds of community college students, staff, and the community.

CONTACTS:
Staff, faculty, administrators; federal, State, and local agencies; contractors, engineers, architects, and consultants.

WORKING CONDITIONS:
Normal office and construction environment.

Duties and Responsibilities:
REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES:
1. Responsible for the day-to-day administration of all capital planning activities, project design and development, and construction activity for major and minor capital projects, including remodel, renovation, and new construction throughout the District.
2. Consults and coordinates with the colleges to ensure capital projects are planned, designed, and constructed in accordance with legal requirements and Board policies and procedures.
3. Recommends and implements policies and procedures to increase efficiencies, improve staff productivity, and assure quality practices and products.
4. Leads, directs, supervises, and evaluates assigned staff to ensure a high performance environment; establishes performance requirements and personal development targets.
5. Consults and coordinates with the colleges to develop the District's Five-Year State Capital Construction Plan, annual Space Inventory, Scheduled Maintenance, and other reports.
6. Consults and coordinates with the colleges to ensure the implementation of Long Range Education Master Plans and Long Range Facilities Master Plans via reports, studies, and special projects related to the planning, design, and construction of capital projects.
7. Plans, estimates, and administers department budget; maintains various reports to accurately account for general obligation bond allocations and project commitments, and ensures agreement with information maintained in the District accounting system.
8. Manages land use and real estate planning and development for the District.
9. Collaborates with District stakeholders to provide administrative oversight and representation in the selection, supervision, and contract management of consultants, and other professionals; makes recommendation for contract award.
10. Maintains an accessible and equitable bidding environment to maximize participation and promote fair competition, ensuring competitive bids and quotes are received.
11. Consults and coordinates with colleges to serve as the primary resource in maintaining aesthetic standards and regulatory code compliance.
12. Presents regular updates and progress reports associated with planning, design, and construction activities to committees, Board of Trustees, and community groups.
13. Serves as District liaison with the State Chancellor's Facilities Planning and Utilization unit; participates in local, regional, and state activities and programs.
14. Performs other related responsibilities as may be assigned.

CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:

This is a Classified Management position with twelve-month contracts. Paid vacation, 22 days annually; and paid accruable sick leave, 12 days annually. A pro-rata reduction will be made for employees working less than full-time and less than 12 months. The District provides a health and welfare benefit package for employees and legal qualifying dependents.

The work location and assignment within a job classification is determined by the District and may be subject to change.

All offers of employment will be contingent upon the availability of funds and approval by the Board of Trustees.

The Riverside Community College District is an equal opportunity employer and recognizes the need to provide reasonable accommodations to employees with disabilities. For more information, contact (951) 222-8039.

The Riverside Community College District complies with all federal and state rules and regulations and does not discriminate on the basis of ethnic group identification, national origin, religion, age, gender, gender identity, gender expression, race, color, ancestry, genetic information, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, or any characteristic listed or defined in Section 11135 of the Government Code or any characteristic that is contained in the prohibition of hate crimes set forth in subdivision (1) of Section 422.6 of the California Penal Code, or any other status protected by law. This holds true for all District employment opportunities. Inquiries regarding compliance and/or grievance procedures may be directed to the District's Title IX Officer/Section 504/ADA Coordinator. Harassment of any employee/student with regard to ethnic group identification, national origin, religion, age, gender, gender identity, gender expression, race, color, ancestry, genetic information, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, or any characteristic listed or defined in Section 11135 of the Government Code or any characteristic that is contained in the prohibition of hate crimes set forth in subdivision (1) of Section 422.6 of the California Penal Code, or any other status protected by law, is strictly prohibited. The Title IX Officer, Section 504/ADA Coordinator for the District is Ms. Lorraine Jones, 3801 Market Street., Riverside, CA 92501. Telephone Number is: (951) 222-8039.

Required Applicant Documents:
Resume or Curriculum Vitae
Cover Letter

Optional Applicant Documents:
Other Document
Other Transcript
Bachelors or Equivalent Transcript
Masters or Equivalent Transcript

Effective Employment Date:
A Mutually Agreeable Start Date

Application Deadline:
Open Until Filled

Special Comments:
*****
IMPORTANT NOTICES:

* Only electronic, on-line applications are accepted. All supporting materials, required or optional, must also be in electronic formats and attached to the electronic, on-line application when applying. Supporting materials are only accepted as Adobe Acrobat (.pdf) or Microsoft Word files and must be less than 2 MB in size.

* An application will not be considered complete unless all Required Documents are electronically attached to the application. An incomplete file may subject the candidate to disqualification.

* Paper applications and supporting materials WILL NOT be accepted!

* The Riverside Community College District does not require testing at the initial application filing period. As you progress through the selection process, you may be required to perform a job-related test based on the needs of the work area for which you are being considered.

* The District will make reasonable accommodations for applicants with disabilities. Applicant should contact Diversity and Human Resources at (951) 222-8595 for assistance.

Application Types Accepted:
Classified/Management/Confidential Application

To Apply, visit:
https://pa379.peopleadmin.com/applicants/Central?quickFind=58041

Contact:

Human Resources
Riverside Community College District
Riverside CA 92506

Other Administrative Position
Los Angeles Community College District
President, Los Angeles Pierce College  
  Posted Thursday, November 15, 2018
 

 

LOS ANGELES COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
PRESIDENT, LOS ANGELES PIERCE COLLEGE


The Board of Trustees invites applications and nominations for the position of President of Los Angeles Pierce College. The President provides leadership, advocacy and strategic vision for Los Angeles Pierce College. Responsible and directly accountable for all College operations, the President reports to the Chancellor and is a member of the Chancellor's cabinet. The successful candidate has a strong grounding in the administration of academic programs, student services and administrative services. The candidate must have a thorough understanding of the primary mission of the community college, which includes transfer and career and technical education, as well as basic skills preparation and community service programs. The candidate must thoroughly understand and embrace the role of an integrated suburban community college within the multicultural community it serves.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Master's degree or advanced degree of at least equivalent standard from an accredited college or university. The required degree must be completed at the time of filing an application.
Two years of successful full-time experience in a senior leadership position in education, business, industry or government, preferably as a college or university administrator.
A sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, and ethnic backgrounds of district faculty, staff, and students.

SALARY AND BENEFITS
The current salary range is $200,306 - $248,144 annually. Employee benefits include 15.5 paid holidays and 24 days paid vacation annually, comprehensive medical/hospital, dental, and vision care plans, and a $50,000 group life insurance policy.

FILING AN APPLICATION
To be considered for this position, please go to the employment page of our website at http://www.laccd.edu and to review the full position announcement and to file application please click on the following link:
https://laccd.csod.com/ats/careersite/search.aspx?site=6&c=laccd

All applicants must submit the following:
1. A completed LACCD application.
2. A letter of application of no more than six pages is requested. The cover letter for application must describe skills and experiences that have prepared you to successfully meet each of the six desirable qualities described in the position announcement.
3. A current résumé of professional experience, educational background, and other pertinent information.
4. A list of eight references with business and home telephone numbers, including two supervisors, two subordinates (including one support staff member), two faculty, and two community members.
5. Copies of transcript(s) (official transcripts will be required if selected for an interview). Documentation from an approved foreign transcript evaluator is required for degrees received from other countries.

The Search Committee will begin reviewing applications after December 7, 2018; however, applications may be accepted until the position is filled. To be considered in the first reading, applications must be submitted by 4:30 p.m. on December 7, 2018. For additional information, contact LACCD Human Resources at (213) 891-2290 or via e-mail at ssaha@email.laccd.edu

All confidential inquires and nominations should be directed to search consultants of Community College Search Services
Eva Conrad, eva.conrad@ccss.solutions; 805-660-1527
John Romo, john.romo@ccss.solutions; 805-698-7987

Contact:

Human Resources
Los Angeles Community College District
CA

Director
San Bernardino Community College District
Director, Grants  
  Posted Thursday, November 08, 2018
 


Director, Grants

San Bernardino Community College District

 

 

 

Director, Grants

 


Job Description
Summary Description

Under the general supervision of the Associate Vice Chancellor, Director, Grants and Resource Development is responsible for developing, coordinating and writing major grant applications for the Foundation. The Director is also responsible for providing leadership for the solicitation of donations, fundraising including planned giving, annual giving campaigns, capital campaigns, endowments, planned annuities, scholarship and corporate giving; major event planning; alumni development; and community involvement as it relates to generating external sources of income to support the mission of the EDCT Foundation.

Representative Duties
The following duties are typical for this classification.

1. Researches, identifies and recognizes state, federal and private grant offerings that present viable funding opportunities for the Foundation.
2. Develops grant ideas and writes major grant proposals/applications on behalf of the Foundation.
3. Creates and maintains systems for dissemination of information about external funding opportunities and other grants-related information.
4. Provides technical assistance in the planning, writing, program design, budget development, and evaluation.
5. Ensures that all grant expenditures are reasonable, allocable and allowable according to agency guidelines.
6. Provides leadership for planning, budgeting, and the development of the grant programs and services in consultation with all external partners and coordinates the submission of proposals.
7. Serves as a liaison with funding source programs and contract officers, resource developers nationally and with community organizations.
8. Manages and coordinates the implementation and performance of the grants received.
9. Serves as the Director of the EDCT Foundation and manages the overall function of the Foundation, developing annual goals, training, preparing meeting agendas, Board handouts, minutes, and other relevant materials, and accountability for the overall operations of the Foundation.
10. Prepares and develops promotional and marketing strategies, advancing the image and purpose of the EDCT the Foundation.
11. Identifies and analyzes new fundraising opportunities, works with others to solicit funds and in-kind gifts, and identifies and designs special events to support fundraising efforts.
12. Identifies external sources of income to assist the Foundation in attaining its objective by identifying, cultivating and soliciting gifts from both individuals and public and private institutions, including but not limited to: the solicitation of donations; fundraising including planned giving, annual giving campaigns, capital campaigns, endowments; planned annuities, scholarships, corporate giving, academic and campus program donations; and major event fundraisers.
13. Uses appropriate technology and data systems to manage and monitor gifting, donor data bases, and donations for planning and recognition purposes.
14. Provides leadership in the cultivation and nurturing of prospective donors and the development of donor recognition programs and maintains up-to-date contact, donor, and potential donor information and data.
15. Maintains official records and documents of the Foundation, including corporate documents and federal (e.g., IRS) and state filings, to ensure compliance with all federal, state, and local regulations and Foundation requirements.
16. Ensures and oversees that the Foundation maintains accounts, payables and receivables, safeguards tax records, follows tax requirements, and satisfies the Foundation's insurance needs.
17. Provides leadership for the Foundation to be in compliance with all state and federal tax and corporate laws and coordinates the timely preparation and filing of taxes.
18. Coordinate the Annual Audit of the Foundation and prepares and disseminates the Annual Report and makes the Annual Report presentation to the SBCCD Board of Trustees and the Foundation Board.
19. Anticipates, prevents and resolves difficult and sensitive inquiries, conflicts and complaints.
20. Performs other related job duties as assigned by the CEO of the Foundation.

QUALIFICATIONS
Knowledge of:

 

 

 

 

  • Operational characteristics, services, and activities of a foundation, grant management program and fundraising.
  • Principles and practices of grant writing and management.
  • Principles and practices of grant administration, including funding sources, administrative requirements, cost principles and state and federal regulations.
  • Principles and practices of program development and administration.
  • Principles and practices of financial management and public and non-profit administration.
  • Principles and practices of budget planning, development and preparation, proposal development, assembly, submission and administration.
  • Principles of supervision, training, and performance evaluation.
  • Pertinent federal, state, and local laws, codes, and regulations relating to grant writing, administration and management.
  • Principles, methods, procedures and strategies of community relations, marking, promotion, fundraising, Foundation, scholarship and alumni development.
  • Planning and implementation of development programs using college and community resources.

    Ability to:
  • Oversee and participate in the management of a comprehensive grant management and resource development program.
  • Plan, organize, and efficiently manage concurrent demands and meet deadlines.
  • Lead teams, groups and meeting.
  • Negotiate with funding agents and follow-up on progress of grant activities.
  • Visualize operational and program implications, reason logically, draw valid conclusions, recommend alternative and take appropriate actions.
  • Plan, organize and direct and coordinate the work of others.
  • Develop, implement, interpret and apply a wide variety of governmental and department policies and procedures.
  • Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with funding agencies, auditors and community.
  • Oversee, direct, and coordinate the work of lower level staff.
  • Participate in the selection and recommendation, supervision, training, and evaluation of staff.
  • Participate in the development and administration of goals, objectives, and procedures for assigned area.
  • Gather and analyze data and situations and make appropriate decisions.
  • Prepare and present comprehensive, concise, clear oral and written reports.
  • Analyze problems, identify alternative solutions, project consequences of proposed actions and implement recommendations in support of goals.
  • Interpret and apply California Education Code, Title 5, federal, state, and local policies, laws, and regulations as it relates to the position.
  • Demonstrate a sensitivity to, and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students and personnel, including those with physical or learning disabilities.
  • Demonstrate professionalism, fairness and honesty in all aspects of the performance of duties.
  • Provide leadership based on ethics and principles as they relate to resource development and grant management functions and operations.
  • Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.
  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.

    PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORKING ENVIRONMENT
    The conditions herein are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential job functions.

    Environment: Work is performed primarily in a standard office setting with frequent interruptions and distractions; extended periods of time viewing computer monitor; possible exposure to dissatisfied individuals..

    Physical: Primary functions require sufficient physical ability and mobility to work in an office setting; to stand or sit for prolonged periods of time; to occasionally stoop, bend, kneel, crouch, reach, and twist; to lift, carry, push, and/or pull light to moderate amounts of weight; to operate office equipment requiring repetitive hand movement and fine coordination including use of a computer keyboard; and to verbally communicate to exchange information.

    Vision: See in the normal visual range with or without correction; vision sufficient to read computer screens and printed documents; and to operate assigned equipment.

    Hearing: Hear in the normal audio range with or without correction.

    Posting Closing Date Dec 4, 2018

    Work Schedule Hours vary dependent upon business needs.

    Requirements
    Education and Experience Guidelines
    Education/Training:

     
  • A Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university.

    Required Experience:
    1. Five (5) years of recent full-time experience in grants and resource development, preferably in an educational setting or as a manager of a tax-exempt 501© 3 organization and/or a non-profit corporation.
    2. Evidence of major grants received and proven success in resource development.

    REQUIRED SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS:
     
  • Cover Letter
  • Resume
  • Unooficial Transcripts

    APPLICATIONS SUBMITTED WITHOUT TEH REQUIRED SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS WILL BE DEEMED INCOMPLETE AND NOT FORWARDED FOR CONSIDERATION

    APPLICATION DEADLINE: TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4TH, 2018 2:00 PM (PST)


    Salary and Benefit Information
    Salary range of $101,206.90 -132,767.38 annually plus family medical, dental, and vision coverage and employee life insurance coverage (employee contribution variable depending on plan selected.) CalPERS retirement (employee contribution dependent on current membership status).

    To apply, visit: https://recruiting.adp.com/srccar/public/RTI.home?c=1159751&d=ExternalCareerSite#/

    Posting Number: 429

    To apply, visit: https://www.sbccdjobs.com/

    The San Bernardino Community College District is an equal opportunity employer. The District encourages applications from underrepresented minorities and the disabled.





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San Bernardino Community College District
CA

San Mateo County Community College District
Senior Accounting Technician  
  Posted Tuesday, October 30, 2018
 


Senior Accounting Technician

San Mateo County Community College District

 

 


Posting Number: 2014677S
Department: Administrative Services CAÑ (DEPT)
Location: Cañada College
Position Number: 3C0208
Percentage of Full Time: 100%
FLSA: Non-Exempt (accrues overtime)
Months per Year: 12
If other, please specify:
Salary Range:
Note:
Min Salary: $65,100 (annual)
Max Salary: $83,148 (annual)
Position Type: Classified Positions

Who We Are:
The San Mateo County Community District is committed to achieving educational equity for all students. As outlined in the District’s Strategic Plan, “success, equity, and social justice for our students are longstanding goals.” The District’s “Students First” Strategic Plan is focused on “Student Success, Equity and Social Justice.” We provide students with a rich and dynamic learning experience that embraces differences — emphasizing collaboration and engaging students in and out of the classroom, encouraging them to realize their goals, and to become global citizens and socially responsible leaders. When you join our team at San Mateo County Community College District, you can expect to be part of an inclusive, innovative and equity-focused community that approaches higher education as a matter of social justice that requires broad collaboration among faculty, classified staff, administration, students and community partners.

The College and the District:
Cañada College, which was designated as a Hispanic Serving Institution in approximately 2000, is part of the San Mateo County Community College District, which currently enrolls approximately 23,000 students, the majority of whom are from minoritized populations. Of the students at Cañada College, 3.0% are African-American, 0.1% are American Indian, 11.1% are Asian, 3.7% are Filipino, 36.8% are Latinx, 1.4% are Pacific Islander, 25.8% are White, 15.1% are Multi-Ethnic, and 2.9% are unknown.

Who We Want:
We value the ability to serve students from a broad range of cultural heritages, socioeconomic backgrounds, genders, abilities and orientations. Therefore, we prioritize applicants who demonstrate they understand the benefits diversity brings to a professional educational community. The successful candidate will be an equity-minded individual committed to collaborating with faculty, classified staff, administration, students and community partners who are also committed to closing equity gaps. The San Mateo County Community College District seeks employees who value mentorship and working in a collegial, collaborative environment, guided by a commitment to helping all students achieve their educational goals.

The Position:
The Senior Accounting Technician performs accounting work primarily involved in the maintenance of accounts and records, preparation of financial reports and monitoring, and analysis of accounting procedures for centralized or college finance operations. Under general supervision, the Senior Accounting Technician provides accounting and other financial documentation and information to staff at various levels regarding budget issues, accounting records and transactions, grants and other categorical funding, account balancing, general ledger, accounts payable and receivable and other areas of financial services. Public contact is moderate, primarily involving college and District staff; however, public contact may occasionally extend to other educational institutions, vendors, government agencies and organizations, for the purpose of exchanging information about account status, timelines, and procedures. A moderate to high degree of independent judgment and creativity are required to accurately apply prescribed guidelines and information to the resolution of a variety of minor and occasional major problems that arise. Consequences of errors in judgment could be costly in employee time; however, supervisory controls and well-prescribed procedures limit the risk of serious errors. A Senior Accounting Technician can lead the work of other staff and student assistants as assigned.

Duties and Responsibilities:
The duties below are representative of the duties of the classification and are not intended to cover all of the duties performed by the incumbent(s) of any particular position. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the scope of work is similar, related, or a logical assignment to this classification.

1. Exchanges information with department and college staff, outside and governmental agencies, and students regarding budget issues, accounting reports, grants and other categorical funding, research information, reporting deadlines, accounts payable and receivable, general ledger, payroll, year-end closing, and accounts balancing

2. Enters, modifies, and retrieves data using a computer

3. Plans changes to computer data records in conjunction with professional accounting and management staff

4. Audits computer records for accuracy

5. Provides input to auditors regarding current status of account records, documentation, and other related issues as entered online and in manual records

6. Leads and coordinates the work of accounting clerical and other staff on special and regular projects as assigned

7. Sets up and maintains detailed accounting records

8. Reviews various accounts to audit their current or overdue status

9. Ensures compliance to policy and procedures by comparing work in progress to required formats, deadlines, and linkages

10. Monitors the due dates for payments

11. Audits accounting records of college staff; sets liabilities and receivables

12. Uses a database and a variety of computer software to compile data for, format and prepare required financial and related reports, and to compose and prepare routine correspondence and memoranda

13. Researches data for, prepares and submits claims to state, federal and local agencies

14. Prepares, analyzes, and reviews estimates of revenues, expenditures, fund conditions, budgetary accounts, and transfers

15. Enters monthly journal entries for revenue and expense control

16. Posts to general ledger from all sources

17. Reconciles bank and cash positions to fund balances maintained by outside agencies

18. Analyzes and verifies financial reports, statements, accounts, and records of expenditures, and revenues

19. Reconciles, records, and makes deposits to financial institutions and County Treasury; maintains and reconciles cash balances with financial institutions, District, and County Treasury

20. Performs other related duties as assigned

Minimum Qualifications:
• A combination of education and experience equivalent to an Associate’s degree in accounting or a closely related field• Successful accounting clerical work experience of increasing responsibility that has included financial analysis and reporting such as full charge bookkeeping• Skill in the use of spreadsheets, charts and a variety of computer software to format, compose and present accounting data, reports, correspondence and other documents• Demonstrated cultural competence, sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students, faculty, and staff• Experience with training and leading the work of others• Skill in the preparation and maintenance of financial and accounting records• Experience with research and compiling data for, formatting, and preparing statistical, financial, accounting, and other reports and records• Demonstrated skill in multi-tasking, prioritizing workloads, and working independently• Demonstrated skill in working as part of a customer service team

Physical Requirements:
This classification requires dexterity of hands and fingers to type and use phone; sitting at a computer; viewing a monitor for periods of time; repetitive use of keyboard and mouse; ability to occasionally lift and/or move up to 20 pounds in order to perform the essential functions.

Equivalence to Minimum Qualifications:


Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
1. Skill in respectful, tactful and sensitive interactions with people who are diverse in their academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds

2. Knowledge of accounting practices, procedures, and terminology

3. Knowledge of the techniques that are commonly used in financial and statistical record keeping

4. Knowledge of fund accounting, budgetary and financial analysis, and research procedures

5. Skill in the use of a database and a variety of computer software, including Microsoft Office Suite and Adobe Acrobat, to enter, modify, research, retrieve and format data and to prepare routine correspondence and other written materials

6. Skill in training and leading the work of others

7. Skill in working accurately under deadline pressure.

8. Skill in oral and written communication

9. Skill in the preparation of financial statements and comprehensive accounting reports

10. Ability to work independently with minimal direction

11. Ability to work effectively as part of a customer service team

12. Ability to compare complex data and analyze

13. Skill in drawing conclusions from the assimilation of a variety of data

14. Skill in attention to detail, memory, tact, and patience

15. Ability to adapt and be flexible

16. Ability to work under deadline pressure

Preferred Qualifications:


Benefits:
Benefits include paid holidays, vacation and sick leave. The District pays all or a portion of monthly medical plan premiums (depending on the coverage) and pays all of the monthly dental and vision plan premiums for employees and eligible dependents. Additional paid benefits include life insurance, salary continuance insurance, and an Employee Assistance Program. Classified employees participate in the Public Employees’ Retirement System, a defined-benefit retirement plan through the State of California. Optional tax-deferred 403(b) and 457 retirement plans are also available.

Open Date: 10/19/2018
First Review Date: 01/13/2019
Close Date:
Open Until Filled: Yes

Special Instructions Summary:
Required Application Materials All applicants are required to submit: 1. A completed online District application form (go to https://jobs.smccd.edu to complete the application and to apply for this position). 2. A resume that details all relevant education, training, and other work experience. 3. A cover letter of no more than 3 pages that addresses the applicant’s cultural competence, sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students, faculty, and staff as well as the applicant’s qualifications as they relate to the requirements, knowledge, skills, and abilities listed in this announcement. Candidates for interview will be selected from among those who most closely meet the requirements and knowledge, skills and abilities. Meeting the minimum qualifications does not guarantee an interview. As part of the interview process, candidates may be asked to demonstrate job-related knowledge and skills. For questions related to this posting, please contact: SMCCCD Office of Human Resources 3401 CSM Drive, San Mateo, CA 94402 Tel.: (650) 574-6555 Fax:(650) 574-6574 Web Page: www.smccd.edu/hr

Conditions of Employment:
Prior to employment, the selected candidate will be required to complete the following:

 

 

 

1. Submit official transcripts (applies to all faculty or educational administrative positions)
2. Submit verifications of prior employment
3. Satisfactory references
4. Successfully being cleared for employment through the background checking process

In addition to background checks, the District may review publicly available information about a candidate on the Internet. If a candidate is aware of incorrect or inaccurate information that is available on the Internet, the candidate is welcome to address such an issue with the Office of Human Resources.
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5. Present original documents for proof of eligibility to work in the United States
6. Approval of your employment by the SMCCCD Board of Trustees
7. Provide a certificate of Tuberculosis exam for initial employment.
8. Have fingerprints taken by a Live Scan computer (Clearance must be received prior to first day of employment). Please note that the California Education Code requires, in part, that community college districts shall not employ or retain in employment persons in public school service who have been convicted of certain felonies, a misdemeanor drug charge (including alcohol offenses) or misdemeanor moral turpitude (sexual offense) crime. However, consideration may be given to those whose drug convictions occurred more than five years ago. A conviction for other crimes may not necessarily disqualify you from the job for which you may be applying.

EEO Statement:
The San Mateo County Community College District is an Equal Opportunity Employer that seeks to employ individuals who represent the rich diversity of cultures, language groups, and abilities of its surrounding communities.

Accommodations:
Applicants who have disabilities may request that special accommodations be made in order to complete the selection process. Accommodation request forms and a copy of the Americans with Disabilities Act applicant procedures are available in the Office of Human Resources.

Annual Security Report:
San Mateo County Community College District’s (SMCCCD) 2018 Annual Security Report (ASR), required by the Clery Act, includes statistics for the previous three years concerning reported crimes that occurred on campus; in certain off-campus buildings owned or controlled by SMCCCD; and on public property within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from SMCCCD. Our 2018 Annual Security Report also outlines various campus safety and security policies, such as those concerning crime reporting, prevention and response to sexual and gender violence, alcohol and drug use, crime prevention, emergency response and evacuation procedures, and other matters. The 2018 Annual Security Report is now available. The Annual Security Report also includes important tips to help every member of the community remain safe and avoid becoming a victim of crime. You can obtain a copy of this report by contacting the Department of Public Safety at the District Office or any of the three Campuses (650) 738-7000.

To apply, visit: https://jobs.smccd.edu/





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Cabrillo College
Assistant Director of Human Resources  
  Posted Friday, October 26, 2018
 


Assistant Director of Human Resources (EXTENDED)

Cabrillo College

Closing Date/Time: 10/30/2018 11:59 PM Pacific

Salary: See Position Description

Job Type: Full-time

Location:

Department: Human Resources

Employment Opportunity

The Assistant Director of Human Resources assists in the management and supervision of the activities performed by the district human resources office staff; manages district recruitments and related activities; manages temporary hourly employment transactions; participates in matters relating to equal employment opportunity, fair employment practices, labor relations and collective bargaining, and legal requirements related to employment; and is responsible for data collection, preparation and submission of required federal and state reports relating to employment.

The ideal candidate will share Cabrillo's commitment to educating its racially and socioeconomically diverse student population. Cabrillo College serves approximately 12,000 students per term, of which 44% are LatinX, 5% multi-ethnic, 3% Asian, 1% African-American, 1% Filipino, .25% American Indian or Alaskan Native, and .19% Pacific Islander as of Fall 2017. At Cabrillo, over 52% of students are students of color, and 59% are economically disadvantaged. In 2006, Cabrillo College was designated a Hispanic-Serving Institution, reflecting the great responsibility that the College has to the educational attainment and economic well-being of the surrounding community.

Cabrillo College has a tradition of collegial governance, and staff possess a long history of participatory governance in all levels of decision-making at the college. Cabrillo provides an excellent opportunity to learn, collaborate, create, and make a difference in the lives of its students and community.
 

Examples of Duties

  • Supervises and assists in the coordination of district employment-related activities to ensure consistent application of practice and to ensure regulatory requirements are met
  • Directs the recruitment and selection process for authorized vacant positions in accordance with Equal Employment Opportunity laws, regulations, policies, and procedures
  • Interprets/explains and applies legal code provisions, district policy and administrative regulations, collective bargaining provisions and legal regulatory requirements in the course of assignment
  • Supervises, trains, and evaluates assigned staff in the Human Resources Department
  • Reviews and processes requests for district records and information, including subpoenas; and provides other employment-related information
  • Conducts research and special studies and projects, prepares statistical and narrative reports, and prepares and updates district human resources policies and procedures
  • Participates and assists in the resolution of complaints, problems or grievances and recommends and/or initiates corrective actions appropriate to the assignment
  • Investigates and assists with the handling of formal complaints of alleged discrimination, employee complaints or grievances relating to fair employment practices and district policies and procedures; recommends corrective procedures and/or actions to the district Administration
  • Coordinates the reporting of data to federal, state, local and private agencies requesting or requiring statistical information
  • Prepares human resources reports, resolutions, information items and other materials for the district Board of Trustees meetings and attends monthly Board meetings
  • Participates in the development and implementation of work flow, work efficiencies, and computer systems appropriate to the assignment
  • Assists in the management of and negotiations for collective bargaining and labor relations and other employment-related contracts including drafting contract and side letter language
  • Supports, implements, and promotes advancement of the district's equity goals and Equal Employment Opportunity Plan in all aspects of employment
  • Operates standard office equipment and various software to manage information and data and produce correspondence and reports
  • Drives for position related duties
  • Serves on and/or chairs district committees and participates in professional organizations as appropriate to assignment
  • May perform job analysis and classification studies and audits technical personnel-related work including but not limited to salary and wage administration, performance test development and validation, and performs human resources related research
  • May act on behalf of the Director of Human Resources and Labor Relations in their absence
  • May participate in the development and implementation of staff training programs
  • Performs related duties as required or assigned
Minimum Qualifications

Education and Experience

Bachelor's degree from an accredited four-year college or university with major coursework in human resources, organizational development, public administration, or a closely related field AND a minimum of three (3) years of demonstrated successful experience in human resources management, including supervisory and training experience.

Knowledge of:

  • Principles, problems, and methods of administration in a public higher education institution, including organization, personnel, labor unions/labor relations, collective bargaining, and fiscal management
  • Classification, compensation and benefits analysis and administration procedures
  • Recruitment and selection techniques and procedures
  • Applicable state and federal employment-related laws and regulations
  • Conflict resolution in an employment setting
  • The principles in effectively interacting with diverse students, staff, faculty, and administration
  • Basic functions and structure of a community college or similar educational setting
  • Understanding of data analysis and computer-supported database management (e.g. HR/Payroll information systems)
  • Effective supervisory principles and practices
Ability to:

  • Effectively apply the principles, methods, and techniques of human resources management, including the interpretation and application of legal provisions and requirements related to employment, EEO and diversity
  • Direct and/or perform difficult and responsible technical work and objective data analysis; possess well-developed management, supervision, organizational and facilitation abilities
  • Motivate staff, students, faculty, and administrators to promote a campus culture supportive of student equity and inclusion
  • Demonstrate sensitivity to and understanding of diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students and the community
  • Utilize effective conflict resolution skills in a diverse and dynamic employment setting
  • Effectively gather, prepare and analyze statistical data
  • Effectively train, supervise and evaluate staff
  • Utilize various computer software such as word processing, spreadsheets, and database programs (e.g. Word, Board Docs, Excel, Colleague)
  • Communicate effectively through both verbal and written communication
  • Work cooperatively and effectively with individuals and students of diverse ethnic and educational backgrounds and with various segments of the district community
  • Perform consistently under the pressure of deadlines and other administrative demands
  • Work independently and meet objectives and timelines
  • Maintain confidentiality and objectivity
  • Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships
Other Requirements:

  • Possession of and ability to maintain a valid California driver's license and a safe driving record during the course of employment
  • Assignment may include evenings and/or weekends as needed
Desirable

  • Master's degree in Business, Human Resources, Organizational Development, Public Administration, Industrial Relations or a closely related field
  • Successful management level experience working in a public education setting
  • Experience with Colleague database software or other similar integrated software systems
  • Experience implementing human resource related software systems, such as NEOGOV online application & applicant tracking systems


Additional Information

Please Note: To ensure an accurate evaluation of your application materials, please submit information regarding your education, experience, knowledge, and abilities as they relate to the minimum qualifications. When filling out the online application, it is important that you fill out all sections completely. Do not leave blank spaces noting "see resume." When adding attachments, please redact ALL of the following items which appear on any attachment before you submit it: social security number, birth date, age, gender, birthplace, and personal photos.

Salary: Full-time classified management assignment (225-day), 12 months per year, Monday through Friday, with evenings and/or weekends as needed. Current eight-step schedule ranges from $6,582 to $9,261 per month. Classified administrators are required to join the Public Employee's Retirement System (PERS) and as such must contribute up to 7% of their monthly salary to PERS on a pre-tax basis. Cabrillo College provides an annual doctoral stipend of $3,846 for eligible employees.

Cabrillo College currently provides a benefit stipend for medical, dental, life, and short-term and long-term disability insurance for employees and eligible dependents.

Application Process:

**TO BE CONSIDERED, EACH CANDIDATE MUST SUBMIT:

  1. Completed online Employment Application.
  2. Job-related resume.
  3. Three (3) recent job-related letters of recommendation which address the candidate's ability to perform the duties of this position.
  4. Verification of educational and experience qualifications (Foreign transcripts must be translated to determine equivalency to U.S. standards. (Download PDF reader) Any fee for such translation is paid by the applicant.):
    • Transcripts from all colleges attended showing degree conferred, if applicable (unofficial transcripts, copies, and downloads are acceptable) to demonstrate the qualification re: college coursework listed in this announcement. Please note diplomas are not accepted in place of college transcripts. If selected it is the responsibility of the candidate to provide official transcripts, diplomas, degrees, or other documents as may be requested.
    • Supplemental Application for Equivalency Determination (Download PDF reader) and supporting documentation. (This is only necessary if candidate does not possess and submit proof of specified degrees or experience listed in minimum qualifications.)
  5. A brief (not to exceed two [2] pages) clearly identified and separately attached statement, describing your training and experience in the following areas:
    • Employment and Labor Relations (including performance evaluation techniques and disciplinary procedures)
    • Recruitment (including any experience implementing an online application & applicant tracking system)
    • Equal Employment Opportunity (including current legislation and regulations)
    • Investigations and Complaint Resolution (including unlawful discrimination complaints and grievance processing)
    • Employee training and supervision (including direct supervisory responsibilities you have had)
  6. A copy of your current driver's license (If selected, it is the candidate's responsibility to provide the proof of the original license for verification purposes.)
**IF ANY OF THE ABOVE MATERIALS ARE NOT SUBMITTED WITH YOUR APPLICATION PACKET, YOUR MATERIALS WILL BE DEEMED INCOMPLETE AND WILL NOT BE FORWARDED TO THE COMMITTEE FOR SCREENING.

Please notify the Human Resources Department if you require any special accommodation(s) in meeting these requirements.

Selection Procedure: Applications will be reviewed by a search committee, which will determine the applicants to invite for interviews based on appraisal of qualifications as documented by application materials submitted. Meeting the posted requirements does not guarantee an invitation for an interview.

Candidates selected for employment with Cabrillo College must agree to be fingerprinted, provide current tuberculosis screening results, provide proof of eligibility for employment in the United States and present a valid Social Security card upon hire.

Application Deadline: Application and attached required materials must be successfully submitted by 11:59 p.m. on: Tuesday, October 30, 2018.

Cabrillo College seeks applications from all qualified individuals. It is the continuing goal of Cabrillo College to hire and retain staff that reflect the rich diversity and cultural heritage of the college district and its student body.
 

Cabrillo College currently provides a benefit stipend for medical, dental, life and long-term disability insurance for employees and eligible dependents.

Please note: Employees who work part-time contracts will receive a pro rata benefit stipend based on the percentage of assignment.

Classified administrators are required to join the Public Employee's Retirement System (PERS) and as such must contribute up to 7% of their monthly salary to PERS on a pre-tax basis.

Detailed information on benefits available to Cabrillo employees is available on our website: www.cabrillo.edu/services/hr/benefits.html

To apply, please visit: https://www.schooljobs.com/careers/cabrilloedu

Contact:

Human Resources
Cabrillo College
CA
United States
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VP/VC Student Services
Southwestern College
Vice President for Academic Affairs  
  Posted Thursday, October 18, 2018
 

 

Vice President for Academic Affairs
Southwestern College

Southwestern Community College District (SWC) seeks an accomplished and visionary leader to serve as its next Vice President for Academic Affairs (VPAA). Located south of San Diego and extending to the U.S. - Mexico border, SWC's current enrolls approx. 26,000 students annually. Reporting directly to the Superintendent/President, the VPAA provides District-wide leadership, supervision and oversight for Academic Affairs including accreditation, policy development, strategic planning, and curriculum and service development for the District's instructional programs and services; oversees the development of higher education centers and the operations of instructional programs and designated faculty and staff. Requires a Master's Degree and one year of formal training, internship, or leadership experience reasonably related to the administrator's administrative assignment. Have an equity-minded focus, responsiveness, and sensitivity, to and understanding of, the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students, and successfully foster and support an inclusive educational and working environment. The annual salary range is $150,839 to $185,545 plus a $2,000 annual stipend for an earned doctorate degree. A standard medical and fringe benefits package is available. Interested candidates should apply by visiting the college website at https://jobs.swccd.edu/postings/2590. Position is open until filled; first screening review of applications begins after November 2, 2018.

Contact:

Human Resources
Southwestern College
Chula Vista CA 91910

Director
San Mateo County Community College District
Director of Workforce Development (Grant Funded)  
  Posted Thursday, October 18, 2018
 


Director of Workforce Development (Grant Funded)

San Mateo County Community College District

Posting Number: 2014673S
Department: Business & Workforce CAÑ (DEPT)
Location: Cañada College
Position Number: 3FT017
Percentage of Full Time: 100%
FLSA: Exempt (does not accrue overtime)
Months per Year: 12
If other, please specify:
Salary Range:
Note:
Min Salary: $113,592 (annual)
Max Salary: $143,856 (annual)
Position Type: Administrative/Supervisory Positions

Who We Are:
The San Mateo County Community District is committed to achieving educational equity for all students. As outlined in the District’s Strategic Plan, “success, equity, and social justice for our students are longstanding goals.” The District’s “Students First” Strategic Plan is focused on “Student Success, Equity and Social Justice.” We provide students with a rich and dynamic learning experience that embraces differences — emphasizing collaboration and engaging students in and out of the classroom, encouraging them to realize their goals, and to become global citizens and socially responsible leaders. When you join our team at San Mateo County Community College District, you can expect to be part of an inclusive, innovative and equity-focused community that approaches higher education as a matter of social justice that requires broad collaboration among faculty, classified staff, administration, students and community partners.

The College and the District:
Cañada College is a Hispanic Serving Institution in San Mateo which is part of the San Mateo County Community College District. The District currently enrolls approximately 23,000 students, the majority of whom are from minoritized populations. Of the students at Cañada College: 3.0% are African-American, 0% are American Indian, 8% are Asian, 3% are Filipino, 41% are Latinx, 1% are Pacific Islander, 21% are White, 18% are Multi-Ethnic, and 4% are unknown.

Who We Want:
We value the ability to serve students from a broad range of cultural heritages, socioeconomic backgrounds, genders, abilities and orientations. Therefore, we prioritize applicants who demonstrate they understand the benefits diversity brings to a professional educational community. The successful candidate will be an equity-minded individual committed to collaborating with faculty, classified staff, administration, students and community partners who are also committed to closing equity gaps. The San Mateo County Community College District seeks employees who value mentorship and working in a collegial, collaborative environment, guided by a commitment to helping all students achieve their educational goals.

The Position:
The Director of Workforce Development is a full-time 12-month position that will provide academic leadership, direction, and support to Career and Technical Education programs. The Director is responsible for visioning, planning, and directing career and workforce education programming; reviewing grant opportunities and facilitating the writing of appropriate grants; coordinating and monitoring projects to ensure completion within budget; monitoring and reviewing expenditures for conformance with grant objectives, contract terms and conditions and ensuring compliance within regulatory requirements; and performing related work as required/ assigned. The Director will be joining a leadership team that is expected to uphold values of social justice and equity.

This position is funded by the Strong Workforce Program Grant and may be eliminated once the grant funding has been exhausted.

Duties and Responsibilities:
The duties below are representative of the duties of the classification and are not intended to cover all of the duties performed by the incumbent(s) of any particular position. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the scope of work is similar, related, or a logical assignment to this classification.

1. Plans, directs, organizes, and manages the administration of high quality workforce education

2. Develops and solicits grants and external funding sources; administers grant funding

3. Develops systems and processes for the management and implementation of daily operations of grant funded projects

4. Initiates and oversees the development of career and workforce programs by working with college faculty and staff, business and industry, advisory groups, and other appropriate organizations

5. Meets with faculty, administrators, support staff, other college personnel and grant collaborators on a regular basis to review new grant opportunities and reviews progress towards meeting grant objectives in existing grants

6. Serves as a college liaison to career and technical education groups and develops partnerships with external agencies, including business and industry, high schools and universities and other appropriate organizations

7. Ensures that funds are managed in compliance with guidelines, procedures, and within deadlines

8. Implements District rules and regulations, California Education Code, Title 5, and collective bargaining agreements as required

9. Manages CTE (Carl Perkins) funds and ensures compliance with federal and state regulations

10. Serves as an active member of the college administrative team to address college-wide issues, concerns, and planning, including facilities restructuring and development

11. Directs, coordinates, and participates in short-range and long-range planning; conducts research and surveys to determine current effectiveness and future needs; prepares related reports and plans and shares with college community

12. Serves as liaison with business organizations, community and regional groups, other community colleges, and four-year colleges and universities

13. Analyzes business and industry trends to identify key workforce needs

14. Promotes and markets career and workforce development through presentations, brochures, correspondence, and other materials

15. Participates in a variety of committee and staff meetings in support of economic development programs and activities; and other related committee assignments as required, both on and off campus

16. Performs related duties as required or assigned

Minimum Qualifications:
• Possession of a Master’s degree from an accredited institution in a field related to workforce, career and technical education or the equivalent• One year of formal training or leadership experience reasonably related to community college career and technical education, grant writing and development and management of budgets• Demonstrated cultural competence, sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students, faculty, and staff

Physical Requirements:
This classification requires the ability to operate a motor vehicle to travel to a variety of off-site locations; ability to exert 10 to 25 pounds of force to lift, carry, push, pull, or otherwise move objects weighing 35 pounds or less; manual dexterity sufficient for operation of office equipment, including keyboard, mouse, and phone; ability to hear and speak to communicate and provide information to others; and vision to read printed material and computer monitor in order to perform the essential functions.

Equivalence to Minimum Qualifications:

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
1. Knowledge of community college career and technical education and workforce education practices

2. Knowledge of and experience in program development, management, and supervision

3. Ability to think innovatively and to recognize, respond to, and encourage faculty and staff innovation

4. Ability to learn, interpret, and successfully apply District policies, procedures, rules, and regulations

5. Skill in the development, implementation, and assessment of program outcomes that lead to student success

6. Demonstrated ability to communicate, both orally and in writing, and problem solve effectively with District and college administrators, faculty, staff, students, and the public

7. Ability to elicit and coordinate the expressed recommendations from faculty and staff, and ability to advocate effectively the program recommendations and its goals at college and District levels

8. Commitment to providing career services and internship opportunities that enhance Cañada College students’ transition into the 21st century workforce

9. Ability to advocate for enhanced and innovative technology systems, locally and District-wide, which support the work of Career and Technical Education and are aligned with the goals of Student Services and Instruction in support of the mission, vision, and values of the college

10. Proficiency in the use of a variety of computer software to format, compose and prepare statistical, financial and narrative reports, presentations and other written materials

11. Understanding of and commitment to the role and purpose of the community college

12. Knowledge of and/or experience with federal regulations, Title 5/Education Code, California regulatory agencies, accreditation, and collective bargaining

13. Knowledge of basic research and planning methods

14. Experience in training, supervising, directing, and evaluating the work of others

15. Classroom teaching experience

16. Skill in respectful and sensitive communication with people who are diverse in their academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds; sensitivity to the value in, and issues related to, successfully serving a culturally diverse student population

Preferred Qualifications:


Benefits:
Benefits include paid holidays, vacation and sick leave. The District pays all or a portion of monthly medical plan premiums (depending on the coverage) and pays all of the monthly dental and vision plan premiums for employees and eligible dependents. Additional paid benefits include life insurance, salary continuance insurance, and an Employee Assistance Program. Academic employees participate in the State Teachers’ Retirement System, a defined-benefit retirement plan through the State of California (no contributions to Social Security). Optional tax-deferred 403(b) and 457 retirement plans are also available.

Open Date: 10/03/2018
First Review Date: 11/14/2018
Close Date:
Open Until Filled: Yes

Special Instructions Summary:
Required Application Materials All applicants are required to submit: 1. A completed online District application form (go to https://jobs.smccd.edu to complete the application and to apply for this position). 2. A resume that details all relevant education, training, and other work experience. 3. A cover letter of no more than 3 pages that addresses the applicant’s cultural competence, sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students, faculty, and staff as well as the applicant’s qualifications as they relate to the requirements, knowledge, skills, and abilities listed in this announcement. Candidates for interview will be selected from among those who most closely meet the requirements and knowledge, skills and abilities. Meeting the minimum qualifications does not guarantee an interview. As part of the interview process, candidates may be asked to demonstrate job-related knowledge and skills. For questions related to this posting, please contact: SMCCCD Office of Human Resources 3401 CSM Drive, San Mateo, CA 94402 Tel.: (650) 574-6555 Fax:(650) 574-6574 Web Page: www.smccd.edu/hr

Conditions of Employment:
Prior to employment, the selected candidate will be required to complete the following:

 

1. Submit official transcripts (applies to all faculty or educational administrative positions)

Foreign Education completed outside of the United States must be deemed equivalent to that gained in conventional/accredited U.S. education programs in order for it to be considered for the satisfaction of minimum qualifications. Foreign transcripts must be translated and evaluated by a U.S.-based credentials evaluation service. The District currently accepts evaluations from agencies approved by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing.
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2. Submit verifications of prior employment
3. Satisfactory references
4. Successfully being cleared for employment through the background checking process

In addition to background checks, the District may review publicly available information about a candidate on the Internet. If a candidate is aware of incorrect or inaccurate information that is available on the Internet, the candidate is welcome to address such an issue with the Office of Human Resources.
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5. Present original documents for proof of eligibility to work in the United States
6. Approval of your employment by the SMCCCD Board of Trustees
7. Provide a certificate of Tuberculosis exam for initial employment.
8. Have fingerprints taken by a Live Scan computer (Clearance must be received prior to first day of employment). Please note that the California Education Code requires, in part, that community college districts shall not employ or retain in employment persons in public school service who have been convicted of certain felonies, a misdemeanor drug charge (including alcohol offenses) or misdemeanor moral turpitude (sexual offense) crime. However, consideration may be given to those whose drug convictions occurred more than five years ago. A conviction for other crimes may not necessarily disqualify you from the job for which you may be applying.

EEO Statement:
The San Mateo County Community College District is an Equal Opportunity Employer that seeks to employ individuals who represent the rich diversity of cultures, language groups, and abilities of its surrounding communities.

Accommodations:
Applicants who have disabilities may request that special accommodations be made in order to complete the selection process. Accommodation request forms and a copy of the Americans with Disabilities Act applicant procedures are available in the Office of Human Resources.

Annual Security Report:
San Mateo County Community College District’s (SMCCCD) 2018 Annual Security Report (ASR), required by the Clery Act, includes statistics for the previous three years concerning reported crimes that occurred on campus; in certain off-campus buildings owned or controlled by SMCCCD; and on public property within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from SMCCCD. Our 2018 Annual Security Report also outlines various campus safety and security policies, such as those concerning crime reporting, prevention and response to sexual and gender violence, alcohol and drug use, crime prevention, emergency response and evacuation procedures, and other matters. The 2018 Annual Security Report is now available. The Annual Security Report also includes important tips to help every member of the community remain safe and avoid becoming a victim of crime. You can obtain a copy of this report by contacting the Department of Public Safety at the District Office or any of the three Campuses (650) 738-7000.

To apply, visit: https://jobs.smccd.edu/

Contact:

Human Resources
San Mateo County Community College District
San Mateo CA 94402

VP/VC Administrative/Business Services
San Jose/Evergreen Community College District
Vice President Of Academic Affairs  
  Posted Thursday, October 18, 2018
 


Vice President Of Academic Affairs


San Jose/Evergreen Community College District

Position #: 1800091

Required Documents:
Cover Letter, Resume/CV, Transcript Master's Degree (Must include Award/Confer Date)

Opportunity Type:
MANAGEMENT EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

Department:
Academic Affairs

Posting Date:
09/28/2018

First Review Date:

Work Location:
San Jose City College

Position Status:
Full-time

Salary Range:
$155,363 - $184,115 Annual Salary (Range M38: Management 2017-2018 Salary Schedule). Starting salary placement is generally at Step 1.

Benefits Available:
Excellent fringe benefit package includes District paid medical, dental, vision, EAP (employee assistance plan) and life insurance for employee and eligible dependents, and income protection. Voluntary plans include supplemental life insurance, Flexible Spending Accounts, 403b and 457 Deferred Compensation Accounts. Supervisor positions also include 22 vacation days, 18 holidays, 12 sick leave days and 6 administrative leave days per year.

Position Summary:
The Vice President of Academic Affairs reports to the College President at San Jose City College. This is a full time, 12 months per year, academic management position.

Position Purpose:
Reporting to the College President, the Vice President of Academic Affairs plans, directs, administers and evaluates the instructional programs of the College.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Plan, direct, administer and evaluate the instructional programs of the College; provide leadership for instructional programs and courses; recommend and administer instructional and instructionally-related policies, procedures and mandates.
  2. Oversee all the degree, certificate, and program offerings including vocational programs, transfer, contract education, and programs for students with special needs. Develop and coordinate policies and activities, including program review, to respond to the educational needs of the College’s student population..
  3. Provide leadership in working with the faculty to develop student-learning outcomes as they relate to courses and programs.
  4. Direct staff development within the college including the advancement of new pedagogies and the support and evaluation of new and tenured faculty.
  5. Provide leadership for the implementation of the College strategic planning goals including program review, organizational structure, budget planning, program improvement, facilities infrastructure, student services, and quality improvement while incorporating the strategic planning themes of technology, cultural diversity, and campus relations.
  6. Direct the preparation and processing of applications for the accreditation of individual occupational programs; direct the maintenance of records and the preparation of reports on trade and occupational programs required by the governmental agencies including student follow-up.
  7. Provide leadership for program review, including improvement and development; systematic assessment of student progress and learning outcomes; and review and recommend changes to maintain relevance of Division programs and to meet student and community needs.
  8. Supervise the development and timely publication of the college schedule and catalog, insuring that all pertinent information dealing with state and college regulations, district policies, and revisions approved by the Instructional Policies and Curriculum Committee (IPCC) and Academic Senate are current and accurately presented. Also ensure that the schedule and catalog contents are accurate and organized in a visually attractive and legible form.
  9. Oversee program articulation with area high schools and other institutions of higher education.
  10. Assist college programs to address issues related to accreditation and develop a system for the on-going and systematic review and enhancement of programs related to achieving educational goals.
  11. Serve on a variety of College and District committees.
  12. Support the rights of the Academic Senate codified in law and in District Policy.
  13. Ensure that the College is in compliance with all of the state mandated regulations on instruction (including Title 5, Title 7 and Title 9); and that the College remains current in state-level policy changes.
  14. Supervise the coordination of curriculum development, including review and revision in cooperation with the Academic Senate.
  15. Develop and coordinate policies and activities to respond to the educational needs of the College’s student population including program review. Provide leadership for instructional programs and courses, assuring consistent quality of instructional programs and academic program development; and recommend and administer instructional and instructional-related policies, procedures and mandates.
  16. Facilitate the faculty, and the Articulation Office in the development of new programs to reflect changing needs in the occupational and transfer areas.
  17. Maintain all curricular documentation ensuring the currency and accuracy of these records.
  18. Coordinate and oversee the development and administration of the instructional budget. Ensure that the educational goals related to the College’s strategic plan and other Board- adopted plans related to education are implemented.
  19. Direct enrollment management within the college. Analyze and report on student enrollment, retention, persistence and goal attainment.
  20. Collaborate with the Academic Senate, identify appropriate staff development needs, and develop programs to meet those needs.
  21. Ensure, in coordination with the department of Human Resources and the faculty bargaining unit, adherence to contractual obligations affecting faculty, including faculty evaluation, tenure review, retention, discipline, and dismissal.
  22. Supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned staff; interview and participate in selecting employees; orient, train, counsel, discipline and terminate personnel according to established policies and procedures.
  23. Support and maintain effective relationships among instructional divisions, student services, and the College administration, faculty, staff, and students through participation in shared governance activities.
  24. Attend and conduct a variety of meetings, conferences, workshops, and other activities; serve on assigned committees and task groups; represent the College in relations with local, state, and federal agencies; and submit requests for state and federal funds.
  25. Develop and maintain strong relationships with administrators of the district high schools and of the surrounding colleges.
  26. Attend Board of Trustee meetings as requested by the President.
  27. Perform other related duties and responsibilities as assigned.
  28. Assume charge of the College as directed.
  29. Attend and support the Bay Area Community College Consortium Meetings.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Knowledge:

  1. Planning, organization, and implementation of various instructional programs.
  2. Classroom teaching and/or workforce training or learning theories.
  3. Instructional technology and alternative teaching and learning strategies.
  4. Collective bargaining and contract administration.
  5. Applicable laws, codes, regulations, policies, and procedures.
  6. Principles and practices of administration, supervision, and training.
  7. Budget development and administration.
  8. Oral and written communication skills.
  9. Interpersonal skills using tact, patience, and courtesy.
  10. San Jose/Evergreen Community College governance policies.
  11. District policies and procedures.
Skills and Abilities:

  1. Operation of a computer and assigned software.
  2. Understands and have experience working successfully with the diverse backgrounds of community college students.
  3. Plan, direct, administer, and evaluate the instructional programs of the College.
  4. Function in a multi-college district to promote the goals of the College and the District.
  5. Recommend and administer instructional policies, procedures, and mandates.
  6. Supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned staff.
  7. Carry out the District’s mission, goals, and objectives.
  8. Communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
  9. Interpret, apply, and explain rules, regulations, policies, and procedures.
  10. Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with others.
  11. Analyze situations accurately and adopt an effective course of action.
  12. Meet schedules and timelines.
  13. Prepare comprehensive narrative and statistical reports.
  14. Direct the maintenance of a variety of records related to assigned activities.
  15. Analyze complex financial, statistical, and narrative data regarding instructional programs.
  16. Supervise a diverse work force.
  17. Facilitate conflict resolution.


Special Licenses, Certificates, etc.:


Minimum Qualifications:
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

1. Master’s degree related to the assignment.

2. Three years administrative or supervisory experience in an academic affairs or related area.

3. Demonstrated sensitivity, knowledge, and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, gender, gender identity, cultural, disability, and ethnic backgrounds of the students we serve ;and sensitivity to and knowledge and understanding of groups historically underrepresented, and groups who may have experienced discrimination.

4. Success integrating diversity as appropriate into the major duties outlined in the job description and in the duties listed in the District's hiring policy; or demonstrated equivalent transferable skills to do so.

Desired Qualifications:
1. Bilingual abilities, desirable.

Physical Demands:
Working Conditions:

1. Typical office environment.

About San Jose/Evergreen Community College District:
The District is represented by dedicated and talented employees who are passionate about providing our student population with the best educational experience possible. The District recognizes that cultural diversity in the academic environment promotes academic excellence; fosters cultural, racial and human understanding; provides positive roles models for all students, and creates an inclusive and supportive educational and work environment for its employees, students, and the community it serves.

As of fall 2017, with enrollment of approximately 18,500 per semester, and an extremely diverse student population (Hispanic/Latino 44%, Black/African-American 4%, Asian/Pacific Islander 32%, American Indian/Native American 0.5%, White/Caucasian 11%) attaining educational goals reflecting 45% - AA Degree and Transfer to a 4-Year College/ University, the District's emphasis on student success makes it a recognized educational leader in the State.

The District encourages a diverse pool of applicants to serve as colleagues to an existing diverse group of managers, supervisors and confidential staff consisting of 29 % Hispanic/Latino, 13% Asian/Pacific Islander, 7% Black/African American, 23% White/Caucasian, and as well as encouraging applications from all qualified, outstanding applicants.

Equal Opportunity Employer Statement:
San Jose/Evergreen Community College District is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to nondiscrimination on the basis of ethnic group identification, race, color, language, accent, immigration status, ancestry, national origin, age, gender, gender identity, religion, sexual orientation, transgender, marital status, veteran status, medical condition, and physical or mental disability consistent with applicable federal and state laws.

CONTACT:
Human Resources/Employment Services, 40 S. Market Street, San Jose, CA 95113, (408) 270-6414.

Application Procedures, Notes and Contact Info:

Interested applicants MUST SUBMIT ONLINE ALL of the following materials by the closing date to be considered for the position (Posting at: https://sjeccd.hiretouch.com. Click "APPLY"):

1. A completed online San Jose/Evergreen Community College District POSITION APPLICATION
2. COVER LETTER (Must state how you meet ALL the minimum qualifications in EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE as described in the job announcement Minimum Qualifications section. Also, state how you meet other qualifications)
3. RESUME, and
4. TRANSCRIPT(S) - NOT DIPLOMAS - (unofficial or official copies) for stated degrees (having confer/award dates) or courses. Official transcripts will be required prior to employment start date should the position be offered. If foreign degrees, must submit Equivalency Certification (See #6 of the Instruction Section below).

ABOUT TRANSCRIPTS:
If you do not have an electronic version of the transcript, you can get it scanned at Office Max, Office Depot, Staples, etc.; then attach the electronic version of your transcript to this online application at the later part of the application process.

For assistance, contact:
Office of Human Resources, Employment Services
40 S. Market Street, San Jose, CA 95113
Phone: (408) 270-6414 Fax: (408) 239-8818
Email: Hremploymentservices@sjeccd.edu
Web site @ https://jobs.sjeccd.edu. or www.sjeccd.edu.

To learn more about us and all our open positions, visit: http://www.sjeccd.edu/district-services/human-resources/employment-opportunities

Contact:

Human Resources
San Jose/Evergreen Community College District
CA
SAMANTHA.VO@SJECCD.EDU
 

Other Administrative Position
College of Marin
COMPASS Program Coordinator  
  Posted Thursday, October 18, 2018
 


COMPASS Program Coordinator

Salary: See Position Description

Closing Date:

Job Type: Full-time

Location: Kentfield Campus, Kentfield, California

Description:

OPEN UNTIL FILLED


Priority Screening Date: October 17, 2018

Under the Director of School & Community Partnerships' direction, COMPASS (College of Marin Providing Access and Supporting Success) is a comprehensive dual-enrollment partnership between under-resourced high school students, their parents, their high schools of attendance, and College of Marin. The COMPASS Program Coordinator is responsible for activities and functions of COMPASS and provides overall direction and guidance to the day-to-day operations, problem solving and decision making. Implements program policies and guidelines; provides for program reporting and accountability; provides work direction and guidance to other program personnel; establishes and monitors program budgets.

DIVERSITY STATEMENT:
College of Marin strives to embrace diversity in all forms: it strives to be an inclusive community that fosters an open, enlightened and productive environment and demonstrates sensitivity to and respect for a diverse population.

Established in 1926, College of Marin (COM) is one of 113 public community colleges in California accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. COM has two campuses in beautiful Marin County. The Kentfield Campus is located just north of the Golden Gate Bridge in Kentfield and the Indian Valley Campus is located minutes away on a spectacular 333 acre site in Novato. College of Marin's commitment to educational excellence is rooted in providing equitable opportunities and fostering success for all members of our diverse community by offering:

  • preparation for transfer to four-year colleges and universities
  • associate degrees and certificates
  • career technical education
  • basic skills improvement
  • English as a second language
  • lifelong learning
  • community and cultural enrichment

    College of Marin responds to community needs by offering student-centered programs and services in a supportive, innovative learning environment that promotes social and environmental responsibility. COM serves a county population of approximately 250,000 residents. Based on fall 2014 credit enrollment data, the diversity of students at the college includes greater representation than the county with regards to enrollment by Hispanic/Latino (26% of enrollment), Asian (8%), Black/African American (7%), and Multi-racial (5%) students.

    ******************************

    All application materials must be received by the Priority Screening Date in order to be considered during the initial screening. Applications received after this date may be considered thereafter at the discretion of the college until the position is filled.


    Essential Functions:

    • Provide overall direction and guidance to the day-to-day operations, problem solving and decision making regarding a large and complex assigned program; implement program policies and directives according to District, federal or State guidelines.
    • Provide regular reports to management and federal/State agencies as requested; participate on program reviews; assure program compliance with federal or State program guidelines.
    • Establish appropriate linkages to special populations or community groups served; promote program through participation in advocacy groups, associations and other local, regional or national organizations.
    • Prepare funds applications; prepare grant requests and serve as the primary contact for large programs or multi-programs.
    • Provide work direction and guidance to others assigned to the program; assign work to other classified personnel, students, volunteers and others.
    • Conduct regular meetings to communicate, review and revise program guidelines.
    • Develop, recommend and implement program plans and objectives; coordinate delivery of services to program participants; assure participation guidelines are followed.
    • Assure program expenditures are within allocated budgets; monitor budgets; propose budget changes and participate in project budget applications as necessary.
    • Serve as liaison between program personnel, participants, clients, administrators, faculty and students; provide information, program requirements and other pertinent information.
    • Develop, coordinate, promote and oversee a broad range of programs.
    • Develop workshop materials, promotional materials and other program documentation.
    • Operate a computer and other office equipment as assigned.
    • Plan, coordinate and prepare a variety of materials used in program literature, marketing, catalogs and brochures.
    OTHER FUNCTIONS:

    • Assists other personnel as may be required for the purpose of supporting them in the completion of their work activities.


    Requirements & Desirables:
    REQUIREMENTS

    1. Bachelor's Degree with study in job related area and job related experience; or
    2. Any combination of education and training equivalent to (2) two years of college-level coursework from an accredited institution in a related field and (2) two years of responsible experience working in higher education; and
    3. Demonstrated sensitivity to and an understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural and ethnic backgrounds, disabilities and learning styles of community college students and staff.

    DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS

    • Access to reliable transportation on a regular basis.
    • Master's degree in related field.
    • FLUENCY in any foreign language is desirable; Spanish preferred.

    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: (DESIRABLE ATTRIBUTES & SKILLS):

    KNOWLEDGE OF:

    • Planning and coordinating the day-to-day activities of assigned program.
    • Policies, objectives and goals of assigned program.
    • Development and presentation of programs and workshops.
    • Applicable laws, codes, regulations, policies and procedures related to assigned program.
    • Budget monitoring and control.
    • Grant coordination and monitoring.
    • Oral and written communication skills.
    • Principles of training and providing work direction to others.
    • Interpersonal skills using tact, patience and courtesy.
    • Operation of a computer and assigned software.
    • Word processing, graphics and desktop publishing.
    ABILITY TO:

    • Provide overall direction and guidance to the day-to-day operations, problem solving and decision-making regarding a large-scale and complex program.
    • Coordinate several programs simultaneously.
    • Implement program policies and guidelines.
    • Provide for program reporting and accountability.
    • Prepare comprehensive program reports and reviews.
    • Establish and monitor program budgets.
    • Interpret, apply and explain rules, regulations, policies and procedures.
    • Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with others. (for example: high school students, parents, staff and administration at the high school sites as well as College of Marin staff and faculty.)

    SKILLS:

    • Analyze situations accurately and adopt an effective course of action.
    • Meet schedules and time lines.
    • Work independently with little direction.
    • Plan and organize work.
    • Make public speaking presentations.
    • Operate a computer and assigned office equipment.
    • Operate a computer and other office equipment as assigned.

    CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT
    Prior to employment, the selected candidate will be required to complete the following:
    1. In accordance with Federal Law all employees must provide proof of eligibility to work in the United States;
    2. District Policy: A Social Security Card may be required following selection and prior to completion of the hiring process;
    3. Criminal Justice/Fingerprint Clearance;
    4. Tuberculin (TB) Assessment (once hired and every four years thereafter);
    5. DISASTER SERVICE WORKERS: All Marin Community College District (MCCD) employees are designated Disaster Service Workers through state and local law (California Government Code Section 3100-3109). Employment with the MCCD requires the affirmation of a loyalty oath to this effect.Employees are required to complete all Disaster Service Worker-related training as assigned, and to return to work as ordered in the event of an emergency. For more information, please see the MCCD Emergency Operations Plan.
    6. Candidates applying for positions with the Marin Community College District may be disqualified from consideration should their conviction history not meet the standards established under the California Education Code.


    REQUIRED APPLICATION DOCUMENTS
    The following documents must be attached to your application in order to render it complete. Use the Attachment Type indicated in parentheses when making your attachments.

    A. Cover Letter (cover letter)
    B. Resume (resume)
    C. Transcript conferring Bachelor's degree or showing whatever coursework you have completed and are using as the basis for your application as described in Requirements #1 & 2, above. (transcript)

    Applicants who also hold a Master's degree are encouraged to attach a copy of their graduate transcript in addition to their undergraduate transcript. NOTE: Unofficial transcripts are acceptable for application purposes, as long as they confer the degree; official transcripts would be required upon hire.

    Supplemental & Salary Information:
    RESPONSIBILITY:

    • Work under limited supervision, focusing primarily on results
    • Provide information and/or advise other persons
    • Operate within a defined budget and/or financial guidelines
    • Utilization of resources from other work units may be required to perform the job's functions and the opportunity to impact the Organization's services

    WORKING ENVIRONMENT:

    • Dexterity of hands and fingers to operate a computer keyboard
    • Hearing and speaking to exchange information in person and on the telephone
    • Sitting and/or standing for extended periods of time
    • Seeing to read a variety of materials
    • Bending at the waist, kneeling or crouching to file materials
    • Reaching overhead, above the shoulders and horizontally
    • Generally the job requires 35% sitting, 25% walking, 30% standing, and 10% driving
    • Office environment
    • Constant interruptions

    CLASSIFICATION & RETIREMENT PLAN
    Employees in classifications represented by the California School Employees' Association (CSEA) Chapter 196 and are required to comply fully with the CSEA/Marin Community College District (MCCD) Collective Bargaining Agreement, including payment of union dues or charitable contributions. General information regarding rights and responsibilities under the Agreement can be found in the Collective Bargaining Agreements section of our Human Resources site. CSEA employees are also members of the California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS), to which the member contributes up to 7% of his/her reportable compensation on a monthly basis.

    WORK SCHEDULE
    Campus: Kentfield & Indian Valley Campus (Novato)
    Full-time Equivalent: 1.0 – Full-time
    Months per Year: 12
    Work Days/Hours:
    Monday - Friday
    7.5 Hours per Day
    37.5 Hours per Week

    NOTE: The College is closed on Fridays during the summer period, when the work schedule may change according to departmental needs.

    SALARY INFORMATION
    FLSA Status: Non-exempt
    Salary Range: CSEA 127
    Starting Salary Range: $5,744.38 to $6,335.88 per month (Step 1 to 3). Normal entering step is Step 1.

    Please refer to our Human Resources web site for salary schedules.

    SELECTION PROCESS
    Applications must include the documents listed in the Required Documents section to be rendered complete; incomplete applications will not be accepted. Screening will begin after the priority screening date. Applicants selected to interview will be contacted to schedule an interview appointment with the screening committee; however, applicants will be notified of their status, either way, following the screening. Candidates forwarded by the committee following the first interview may be invited for a second interview Regrettably, College of Marin is not able to offer reimbursement for travel to interviews at this time.

    To Apply: http://jobs.marin.edu


    To apply, please visit http://jobs.marin.edu

Contact:

Human Resources
College of Marin
CA

College of Marin
COMPASS Program Coordinator  
  Posted Monday, October 15, 2018
 


COMPASS Program Coordinator

Salary: See Position Description

Closing Date:

Job Type: Full-time

Location: Kentfield Campus, Kentfield, California

Description:

OPEN UNTIL FILLED


Priority Screening Date: October 17, 2018

Under the Director of School & Community Partnerships' direction, COMPASS (College of Marin Providing Access and Supporting Success) is a comprehensive dual-enrollment partnership between under-resourced high school students, their parents, their high schools of attendance, and College of Marin. The COMPASS Program Coordinator is responsible for activities and functions of COMPASS and provides overall direction and guidance to the day-to-day operations, problem solving and decision making. Implements program policies and guidelines; provides for program reporting and accountability; provides work direction and guidance to other program personnel; establishes and monitors program budgets.

DIVERSITY STATEMENT:
College of Marin strives to embrace diversity in all forms: it strives to be an inclusive community that fosters an open, enlightened and productive environment and demonstrates sensitivity to and respect for a diverse population.

Established in 1926, College of Marin (COM) is one of 113 public community colleges in California accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. COM has two campuses in beautiful Marin County. The Kentfield Campus is located just north of the Golden Gate Bridge in Kentfield and the Indian Valley Campus is located minutes away on a spectacular 333 acre site in Novato. College of Marin's commitment to educational excellence is rooted in providing equitable opportunities and fostering success for all members of our diverse community by offering:

  • preparation for transfer to four-year colleges and universities
  • associate degrees and certificates
  • career technical education
  • basic skills improvement
  • English as a second language
  • lifelong learning
  • community and cultural enrichment

    College of Marin responds to community needs by offering student-centered programs and services in a supportive, innovative learning environment that promotes social and environmental responsibility. COM serves a county population of approximately 250,000 residents. Based on fall 2014 credit enrollment data, the diversity of students at the college includes greater representation than the county with regards to enrollment by Hispanic/Latino (26% of enrollment), Asian (8%), Black/African American (7%), and Multi-racial (5%) students.

    ******************************

    All application materials must be received by the Priority Screening Date in order to be considered during the initial screening. Applications received after this date may be considered thereafter at the discretion of the college until the position is filled.


    Essential Functions:

    • Provide overall direction and guidance to the day-to-day operations, problem solving and decision making regarding a large and complex assigned program; implement program policies and directives according to District, federal or State guidelines.
    • Provide regular reports to management and federal/State agencies as requested; participate on program reviews; assure program compliance with federal or State program guidelines.
    • Establish appropriate linkages to special populations or community groups served; promote program through participation in advocacy groups, associations and other local, regional or national organizations.
    • Prepare funds applications; prepare grant requests and serve as the primary contact for large programs or multi-programs.
    • Provide work direction and guidance to others assigned to the program; assign work to other classified personnel, students, volunteers and others.
    • Conduct regular meetings to communicate, review and revise program guidelines.
    • Develop, recommend and implement program plans and objectives; coordinate delivery of services to program participants; assure participation guidelines are followed.
    • Assure program expenditures are within allocated budgets; monitor budgets; propose budget changes and participate in project budget applications as necessary.
    • Serve as liaison between program personnel, participants, clients, administrators, faculty and students; provide information, program requirements and other pertinent information.
    • Develop, coordinate, promote and oversee a broad range of programs.
    • Develop workshop materials, promotional materials and other program documentation.
    • Operate a computer and other office equipment as assigned.
    • Plan, coordinate and prepare a variety of materials used in program literature, marketing, catalogs and brochures.
    OTHER FUNCTIONS:

    • Assists other personnel as may be required for the purpose of supporting them in the completion of their work activities.


    Requirements & Desirables:
    REQUIREMENTS

    1. Bachelor's Degree with study in job related area and job related experience; or
    2. Any combination of education and training equivalent to (2) two years of college-level coursework from an accredited institution in a related field and (2) two years of responsible experience working in higher education; and
    3. Demonstrated sensitivity to and an understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural and ethnic backgrounds, disabilities and learning styles of community college students and staff.

    DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS

    • Access to reliable transportation on a regular basis.
    • Master's degree in related field.
    • FLUENCY in any foreign language is desirable; Spanish preferred.

    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: (DESIRABLE ATTRIBUTES & SKILLS):

    KNOWLEDGE OF:

    • Planning and coordinating the day-to-day activities of assigned program.
    • Policies, objectives and goals of assigned program.
    • Development and presentation of programs and workshops.
    • Applicable laws, codes, regulations, policies and procedures related to assigned program.
    • Budget monitoring and control.
    • Grant coordination and monitoring.
    • Oral and written communication skills.
    • Principles of training and providing work direction to others.
    • Interpersonal skills using tact, patience and courtesy.
    • Operation of a computer and assigned software.
    • Word processing, graphics and desktop publishing.
    ABILITY TO:

    • Provide overall direction and guidance to the day-to-day operations, problem solving and decision-making regarding a large-scale and complex program.
    • Coordinate several programs simultaneously.
    • Implement program policies and guidelines.
    • Provide for program reporting and accountability.
    • Prepare comprehensive program reports and reviews.
    • Establish and monitor program budgets.
    • Interpret, apply and explain rules, regulations, policies and procedures.
    • Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with others. (for example: high school students, parents, staff and administration at the high school sites as well as College of Marin staff and faculty.)

    SKILLS:

    • Analyze situations accurately and adopt an effective course of action.
    • Meet schedules and time lines.
    • Work independently with little direction.
    • Plan and organize work.
    • Make public speaking presentations.
    • Operate a computer and assigned office equipment.
    • Operate a computer and other office equipment as assigned.

    CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT
    Prior to employment, the selected candidate will be required to complete the following:
    1. In accordance with Federal Law all employees must provide proof of eligibility to work in the United States;
    2. District Policy: A Social Security Card may be required following selection and prior to completion of the hiring process;
    3. Criminal Justice/Fingerprint Clearance;
    4. Tuberculin (TB) Assessment (once hired and every four years thereafter);
    5. DISASTER SERVICE WORKERS: All Marin Community College District (MCCD) employees are designated Disaster Service Workers through state and local law (California Government Code Section 3100-3109). Employment with the MCCD requires the affirmation of a loyalty oath to this effect.Employees are required to complete all Disaster Service Worker-related training as assigned, and to return to work as ordered in the event of an emergency. For more information, please see the MCCD Emergency Operations Plan.
    6. Candidates applying for positions with the Marin Community College District may be disqualified from consideration should their conviction history not meet the standards established under the California Education Code.


    REQUIRED APPLICATION DOCUMENTS
    The following documents must be attached to your application in order to render it complete. Use the Attachment Type indicated in parentheses when making your attachments.

    A. Cover Letter (cover letter)
    B. Resume (resume)
    C. Transcript conferring Bachelor's degree or showing whatever coursework you have completed and are using as the basis for your application as described in Requirements #1 & 2, above. (transcript)

    Applicants who also hold a Master's degree are encouraged to attach a copy of their graduate transcript in addition to their undergraduate transcript. NOTE: Unofficial transcripts are acceptable for application purposes, as long as they confer the degree; official transcripts would be required upon hire.

    Supplemental & Salary Information:
    RESPONSIBILITY:

    • Work under limited supervision, focusing primarily on results
    • Provide information and/or advise other persons
    • Operate within a defined budget and/or financial guidelines
    • Utilization of resources from other work units may be required to perform the job's functions and the opportunity to impact the Organization's services

    WORKING ENVIRONMENT:

    • Dexterity of hands and fingers to operate a computer keyboard
    • Hearing and speaking to exchange information in person and on the telephone
    • Sitting and/or standing for extended periods of time
    • Seeing to read a variety of materials
    • Bending at the waist, kneeling or crouching to file materials
    • Reaching overhead, above the shoulders and horizontally
    • Generally the job requires 35% sitting, 25% walking, 30% standing, and 10% driving
    • Office environment
    • Constant interruptions

    CLASSIFICATION & RETIREMENT PLAN
    Employees in classifications represented by the California School Employees' Association (CSEA) Chapter 196 and are required to comply fully with the CSEA/Marin Community College District (MCCD) Collective Bargaining Agreement, including payment of union dues or charitable contributions. General information regarding rights and responsibilities under the Agreement can be found in the Collective Bargaining Agreements section of our Human Resources site. CSEA employees are also members of the California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS), to which the member contributes up to 7% of his/her reportable compensation on a monthly basis.

    WORK SCHEDULE
    Campus: Kentfield & Indian Valley Campus (Novato)
    Full-time Equivalent: 1.0 – Full-time
    Months per Year: 12
    Work Days/Hours:
    Monday - Friday
    7.5 Hours per Day
    37.5 Hours per Week

    NOTE: The College is closed on Fridays during the summer period, when the work schedule may change according to departmental needs.

    SALARY INFORMATION
    FLSA Status: Non-exempt
    Salary Range: CSEA 127
    Starting Salary Range: $5,744.38 to $6,335.88 per month (Step 1 to 3). Normal entering step is Step 1.

    Please refer to our Human Resources web site for salary schedules.

    SELECTION PROCESS
    Applications must include the documents listed in the Required Documents section to be rendered complete; incomplete applications will not be accepted. Screening will begin after the priority screening date. Applicants selected to interview will be contacted to schedule an interview appointment with the screening committee; however, applicants will be notified of their status, either way, following the screening. Candidates forwarded by the committee following the first interview may be invited for a second interview Regrettably, College of Marin is not able to offer reimbursement for travel to interviews at this time.

    To Apply: http://jobs.marin.edu

Contact:

Human Resources
College of Marin
CA

Director
Allan Hancock College
Executive Director, College Advancement  
  Posted Monday, August 06, 2018
 

 

Executive Director, College Advancement

 


Department: College Advancement
Category: Management
Posted:8/6/2018
Closing Date:9/14/2018

Position:
Executive Director, College Advancement
Allan Hancock College is accepting applications for a full-time, 12-month classified management position to plan, develop, coordinate, and direct College Advancement/External Relations programs. The incumbent will be responsible for development, including fundraising, community and donor cultivation, campaign development, administrative supervision, fiscal management, planning, and event coordination. The desired start date is November 2018, pending board approval. The successful candidate must pass a Department of Justice clearance and pre-employment physical before the start date.

SALARY & BENEFITS
• Annual salary range is from $109,967 to $131,238, Range 7 on the Management Salary Schedule. There are longevity increments after the top of the range is reached. A doctoral stipend of $2,500 is paid to those who qualify.
• Benefits include medical and dental insurance for employee and family, vision for employee, disability, retirement plan, and 24 annual paid vacation days and 12 annual sick days.

*Management Salary schedule is under review

Allan Hancock College serves more than 20,000 students in northern Santa Barbara County. Located on the central coast and just minutes from spectacular beaches and rolling vineyards, AHC operates three campuses – the main campus in Santa Maria, a state approved center in Lompoc and a center in Santa Ynez. As one of the largest employers in Santa Barbara County, the college is an integral part of the community and enjoys strong support from local leaders and industry.

AHC, a Hispanic-Serving Institution, is proud to serve underrepresented students. The college has twice received recognition from the Aspen institute as one of the top colleges in the country. If you are looking for a position where you can have a direct impact on our students, AHC may be the place for you!

To learn more about Allan Hancock College and the Central Coast, visit our Human Resources page at www.hancockcollege.edu and click on the Welcome to AHC video.


DEFINITION:
Under general direction to serve as a cabinet member and advisor to the superintendent/president, to plan, develop, coordinate, and direct College Advancement/External Relations programs, and value and promote the mission and vision of the college.

CLASS CHARACTERISTICS:
This is a classified management position that reports directly to the superintendent/president. The incumbent will be responsible for development, including fundraising, community and donor cultivation, campaign development, administrative supervision, fiscal management, planning, and event coordination. The incumbent will independently perform professional work involving judgment in the interpretation and application of policy and procedures. The incumbent will have a high frequency of responsible contact with administrative and professional staff, students, and other public/private agencies requiring tact and good communication skills.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
1. Serves as a member of the superintendent/president's cabinet; develops and recommends policies, procedures, and practices.
2. Plans, supervises, directs, facilitates, and provides leadership to the College Advancement programs of the college including the foundation, alumni relations, grants, governmental affairs, public affairs and publications, sports information, web content development and campus graphics.
3. Work collaboratively with the President and other members of the college community in major fundraising activities, keeping the President apprised of the status of the attainment of fundraising objectives, new sources of potential financial support, and key personal contacts that would benefit from Presidential communication.
4. Coordinates college relationships with external support organizations (foundations, boosters, etc.).
5. Coordinates and meets regularly with the leadership within College Advancement programs on matters related to staffing, program development and innovation, personnel issues, evaluations, budget preparation, work schedules, and other operational issues.
6. Serves as the superintendent/president's liaison to coordinate and carry out an effective and sustaining fundraising operation. This includes donor cultivation, campaign development, scholarship development, event coordination, and more.
7. Serves as the superintendent/president's liaison to coordinate and carry out effective grants, governmental affairs, and alternative funding programs.
8. Works directly with all College Advancement programs to seek, recommend and follow through on new and innovative programs and opportunities.
9. Directs and participates in the preparation and control of the annual budget.
10. Serves on various committees.
11. Assists in the selection of managers and staff.
12. Prepares oral and written presentations and reports.
13. Represents the college in interactions within the community, community and state agencies, special interest groups, business and industry, other colleges and school districts
14. May participate in collective bargaining and will participate in contract administration and other related duties as assigned.
15. Performs other related duties as assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Knowledge of:
• Organization of the community college;
• Modern personnel supervision practices;
• Components of effective public relations, communications, grants and development plans;
• Applicable sections of the California Education Code and federal and state regulations;
• Administrative policies and procedures;
• Budget preparation;

Demonstrated ability to:
• Plan, organize, and direct an effective College Advancement organization at the community college level;
• Direct and evaluate the work of others;
• Communicate effectively both orally and in writing.

Education and Experience:
Master's degree from an accredited college or university in a related field or demonstrated substantial direct experience in fundraising with increasingly responsible fundraising, outreach and/or community/public relations positions, including in an executive/management role in higher education or at the corporate level of an organization where organizational strategy and responsibility for organizational performance resides.

Other Requirements:
A valid California driver's license and ability to qualify for district vehicle insurance coverage.

Working Conditions:
• This is an exempt position.
• It is understood that the demands of a management position will often require more than eight (8) hours a day and/or forty (40) hours per workweek.
• May be required to work a flexible workweek which includes day and evening hours and occasional weekend assignments and may be assigned to any district location.
• Duties are primarily performed in an office environment, at a desk, or at a computer.
• The incumbent will experience interruptions while performing normal duties during the regular workday.
• The incumbent will have contact, in person, by email or on the telephone, with executive, management, supervisory, academic and classified staff and the general public.
• Work requires travel to other offices or locations to attend meetings or conduct work.

Physical Demands:
• Typically may sit for extended periods of time.
• Operates a computer.
• Communicates over the telephone, by email, and in person.
• Regularly lifts, carries and/or moves objects weighing up to 10 pounds.

Special Qualification:
Evidence of a sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds of staff and students and to staff and students with disabilities.


SCREENING PROCESS:
A committee will give priority review of application materials submitted by Friday, September 7, 2018. This position is open until filled. Meeting minimum qualifications does not insure the candidate an interview. Therefore, it is important that the application be thorough and detailed. Applicants will be assessed on the breadth and depth of education, training, experience, skills, knowledge, and abilities. A limited number of applicants will be invited for an interview at the college at their own expense. Interviewed candidates may be asked to complete written and job-related exercises. The district reserves the right to extend time limits, reinitiate or withdraw the recruitment-selection process at any point. Final candidates may be required to pass a pre-employment drug screening.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:
To be considered as a candidate for this position, please submit the following application materials to the college human resources office by 3:00 p.m., Friday, September 7, 2018:
• Signed district application for classified positions
• Transcripts (Copies are acceptable for the application process). Official transcripts are required if hired.
• A current and complete resume of education and professional experience
• Cover letter

APPLICATION: For application materials please visit our Web site at http://www.hancockcollege.edu or contact:
Human Resources, Building B
Allan Hancock College
800 South College Drive
Santa Maria, CA 93454-6399
(805) 922-6966, extension 3338
(805) 922-9196, FAX






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Allan Hancock College
Santa Maria CA 93454
lphilipps@hancockcollege.edu
 

Allan Hancock College
Director, Public Affairs & Communications  
  Posted Monday, August 06, 2018
 

Director, Public Affairs & Communications

 


Department:Public Affairs
Category:Management
Posted:8/6/2018
Closing Date:9/7/2018

Position:
Director, Public Affairs & Communications
Allan Hancock College is accepting applications for a full-time, 12-month classified administrative position that plans, organizes, manages, evaluates, and supervises the college's public relations, communications, marketing, publications, graphics and printing operations. The desired start date is November 2018, pending board approval. The successful candidate must pass a Department of Justice clearance and a pre-employment physical before the start date.

SALARY & BENEFITS
• Annual salary range is from $89,415 to $106,711, Range 14 on the Management Salary Schedule. There are longevity increments after the top of the range is reached. A doctoral stipend of $2,500 is paid to those who qualify.
• Benefits include medical and dental insurance for employee and family, vision for employee, disability, retirement plan, and 24 annual paid vacation days and 12 annual sick days.

*Management Salary schedule is under review

Allan Hancock College serves more than 20,000 students in northern Santa Barbara County. Located on the central coast and just minutes from spectacular beaches and rolling vineyards, AHC operates three campuses – the main campus in Santa Maria, a state approved center in Lompoc and a center in Santa Ynez. As one of the largest employers in Santa Barbara County, the college is an integral part of the community and enjoys strong support from local leaders and industry.

AHC, a Hispanic-Serving Institution, is proud to serve underrepresented students. The college has twice received recognition from the Aspen institute as one of the top colleges in the country. If you are looking for a position where you can have a direct impact on our students, AHC may be the place for you!

To learn more about Allan Hancock College and the Central Coast, visit our Human Resources page at www.hancockcollege.edu and click on the Welcome to AHC video.


DEFINITION
Under minimal direction, plans, organizes, manages, evaluates, and supervises the college's public relations, communications, marketing, publications, graphics and printing operations; promotes and values the mission and vision of the college
CLASS CHARACTERISTICS
This is a classified administrative position. The incumbent reports directly to a cabinet-level administrator. The incumbent serves as a member of the president's cabinet and works closely with members of the Board of Trustees, senior administrators and other designated staff, ensuring a strategic and proactive process that develops and supports the college's image and effectiveness. The incumbent is responsible for all education marketing, public information and media relations activities, plans, and programs as well as the preparation, design, printing and distribution of college documents and other communication instruments. In addition, the incumbent supervises and manages the campus graphics unit.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
1. Administer the day-to-day operations of the district's public affairs department; implement the philosophy and policies of the college and ensure that the public affairs department adheres to and advances the college's mission, vision, and goals.
2. Supervise and evaluate assigned personnel and direct workflow.
3. Plan, develop, implement, and monitor a strategic communication, marketing and advertising program for the college, including periodic evaluation of the plan.
4. Coordinate and administer program to maximize and sustain student enrollments, and to increase public and media awareness and interest in the college.
5. Supervise the design, development, and implementation of advertising, direct mail and other college promotional campaigns based upon market research and within appropriate mediums/venues.
6. Manage public relations efforts, including involvement in all major internal and external communication efforts, for all facets of the college community; maintain an awareness of professional protocol and publication timeliness; maintain relationships and records of all press; and supervise distribution of information.
7. Identify and coordinate college participation in community events, on and off campus.
8. Develop publications, such as the annual report and other specialized documents.
9. Manage the content development of non-instructional information for the Allan Hancock College website; interface with Information Technology Services.
10. Serve as the official liaison for authorized/official information distribution and lead logistical planning on media events and news conferences, television tapings, etc.
11. Responsible for the art direction and distribution of publicity photographs and other graphic displays.
12. Plan and monitor design and reprographics services.
13. Direct identification and development of off-campus opportunities for non-profit marketing and print assistance.
14. Maintain department budget.
15. Meet time constraints in the rendering of advice and reports.
16. Understands and supports the role of faculty and staff in participatory government.
17. Participate on and may chair select college committees.
18. Perform other related duties as assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Knowledge of:
• Educational marketing methodology and research, and program advertising techniques;
• Principles and techniques of presenting information and securing optimum media coverage using broadcast, social, electronic and print media;
• Methods and techniques of editing and news reporting;
• Proper English grammar, usage, spelling, and punctuation.

Demonstrated Ability To:
• Maintain a high frequency of responsible contact with administrative and professional staff, students, and other public and private agencies;
• Demonstrate good communication skills;
• Exercise sound judgment and to communicate effectively both orally and in writing;
• Plan, organize and carry out an effective communications program;
• Develop, foster, and maintain positive working relationships with and between the college (staff) and local media representatives and external organizations and provide guidance and direction to staff in meeting with and responding to the media;
• Design and prepare copy for publication;
• Effectively execute principles and practices of administration, supervision, and training.

Education and Experience:
A bachelor's degree in journalism, marketing, communications or a related field from an accredited college or university and demonstrated and substantial experience in the print media, public relations/information, strategic communications or marketing fields, preferably in or associated with an educational institution. Demonstrated responsibility for and success with the preparation of promotional materials for marketing/recruitment campaign or plan, including writing and/or feature writing experience, or any equivalent combination of training and experience. Experience with crisis communications. Two years of supervisory experience desired.

Other Requirements:
A valid California driver's license and ability to qualify for district vehicle insurance coverage.

Physical Demands:
• Typically may sit for extended periods of time.
• Operates a computer.
• Communicates over the telephone, by email, and in person.
• Regularly lifts, carries and/or moves objects weighing up to 10 pounds.

Working Conditions:
• This is an exempt position.
• It is understood that the demands of a management position will often require more than eight (8) hours a day and/or forty (40) hours per workweek.
• Duties are primarily performed in an office environment, at a desk or at a computer
• The incumbent will experience interruptions while performing normal duties during the regular workday
• The incumbent will have a contact, in person, with staff and the general public
• Work requires travel to other offices or locations to attend meetings or conduct work.

Special Qualification:
Evidence of a sensitivity to and an understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds of staff and students and to staff and students with disabilities.

SCREENING PROCESS:
A committee will give priority review of application materials submitted by Friday, September 7, 2018. This position is open until filled. Meeting minimum qualifications does not insure the candidate an interview. Therefore, it is important that the application be thorough and detailed. Applicants will be assessed on the breadth and depth of education, training, experience, skills, knowledge, and abilities. A limited number of applicants will be invited for an interview at the college at their own expense. Interviewed candidates may be asked to complete written and job-related exercises. The district reserves the right to extend time limits, reinitiate or withdraw the recruitment-selection process at any point. Final candidates may be required to pass a pre-employment drug screening.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:
To be considered as a candidate for this position, please submit the following application materials to the college human resources office by 3:00 p.m., Friday, September 7, 2018:
• Signed district application for classified positions
• Transcripts (Copies are acceptable for the application process). Official transcripts are required if hired.
• A current and complete resume of education and professional experience
• Cover letter

APPLICATION: For application materials please visit our Web site at http://www.hancockcollege.edu or contact:
Human Resources, Building B
Allan Hancock College
800 South College Drive
Santa Maria, CA 93454-6399
(805) 922-6966, extension 3338
(805) 922-9196, FAX

 

 

Contact:

Human Resources
Allan Hancock College
Santa Maria CA 93454
lphilipps@hancockcollege.edu
 

Allan Hancock College
Director, Facilities  
  Posted Wednesday, August 01, 2018
 

 

Director, Facilities

 


Department:Facilities
Category:Management
Posted:7/31/2018
Closing Date:8/15/2018

Position:
Allan Hancock College is accepting applications for a full-time, 12-month classified administrative position that plans, coordinates, and directs the maintenance, custodial, groundskeeping, transportation, shipping/receiving, mail and hazmat operations of the district and performs related duties as required. The desired start is November 2018, pending board approval. The successful candidate must pass a Department of Justice clearance and a pre-employment physical before the start date.

SALARY & BENEFITS
• Annual salary range is from $100,637 to $120,102, Range 10 on the Management Salary Schedule. There are longevity increments after the top of the range is reached. A doctoral stipend of $2,500 is paid to those who qualify.
• Benefits include medical and dental insurance for employee and family, vision for employee, disability, retirement plan, and 24 annual paid vacation days and 12 annual sick days.

* Management Salary schedule is under review

Allan Hancock College serves more than 20,000 students in northern Santa Barbara County. Located on the central coast and just minutes from spectacular beaches and rolling vineyards, AHC operates three campuses – the main campus in Santa Maria, a state approved center in Lompoc and a center in Santa Ynez. As one of the largest employers in Santa Barbara County, the college is an integral part of the community and enjoys strong support from local leaders and industry.

AHC, a Hispanic-Serving Institution, is proud to serve underrepresented students. The college has twice received recognition from the Aspen institute as one of the top colleges in the country. If you are looking for a position where you can have a direct impact on our students, AHC may be the place for you!

To learn more about Allan Hancock College and the Central Coast, visit our Human Resources page at www.hancockcollege.edu and click on the Welcome to AHC video.


DEFINITION:
Under general direction to plan, coordinate, and direct the maintenance, custodial, groundskeeping, transportation, shipping/receiving, mail and hazmat operations of the district, perform related administrative duties as required; and promote and value the mission and vision of the college.

CLASS CHARACTERISTICS:
This is a classified administrative position reporting directly to the vice president, administration and finance. The administrator will perform professional work involving independent judgment in the interpretation and application of policies and procedures and will have a high frequency of responsible contact with administrators, staff, and students, as well as personnel of other public/private agencies requiring tact and good communication skills. The administrator is assisted by line supervisors for custodial services, groundskeeping, and maintenance.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
1. Plans, directs, and supervises all aspects of physical plant maintenance and operations including the maintenance, repair, and alteration of buildings, underground utilities, and equipment; custodial services, grounds and landscaping layout and maintenance; transportation including motor pool maintenance and operations, hazmat collection and removal; shipping and receiving; mail operations; and prepares and coordinates with the vice president, administration and finance, the district maintenance and development plans and funding requests for multiple campuses/centers.
2. Prepares and administers plant services budget; develops plans, specifications, and grant applications for maintenance and repair and for new construction, including developing or replacing specialized ground areas; prepares a variety of reports including hazmat clean-up and removal, job priorities, employee evaluations, staffing needs, capital outlay, and supply requests.
3. Confers with district officials and advises as to the practicality and cost of maintenance and construction work; consults with contractors, architects and vendors; inspects contract work and recommends approval of payment including final acceptance upon completion of work; as the district's representative on construction projects, supervises ongoing inspection of construction projects and inspections on district construction projects including but not limited to reinforced concrete, masonry, and structural steel construction, plumbing, electrical, painting, heating and air conditioning, and other systems to insure that construction complies with plans, specifications, contract documents, and applicable building codes, ordinances, and regulations; and notifies commissioned architect engineers and appropriate district officials of any materials or workmanship which do not meet specifications.
4. Interviews and recommends the appointment, assignment and scheduling of plant services staff; devises and conducts ongoing in-service training programs including safety training; evaluates staff and administers labor contracts in accordance with appropriate district procedures.
5. Confers with and directs personnel regarding methods and procedures of work, supply, and equipment requirements; handles scheduling and operational problems; reviews requests for services, determines order of priority and prepares work assignments; coordinates special event operations requiring facility preparation, staffing, and clean-up.
6. Directly supervises the district's transportation program including budgeting, vehicle/equipment purchasing and leasing; vehicle repair and maintenance; vehicle compliance with state smog and safety inspections; and surplusing of vehicles and equipment.
7. Utilizes or develops computer/software applications for facilities operations including specialized software applications such as the work order system, energy management system, landscape inventory system, weather-based irrigation control system, building equipment inventory system, and transportation inventory system.
8. Serves on district standing councils and committees as assigned.
9. Oversees building hazmat material removal during remodeling and approves manifests for disposal.
10. Oversees regulatory compliance, inspections and reporting to outside agencies regarding state, county, and local environmental, health, hazmat, fire, and CALOSHA requirements.
11. Oversees and coordinates monthly, bi-annual, and annual service requirements, agreements, and contracts.
12. Oversees and coordinates safety activities including SIPE and Keenan involvement, ergonomic assessments, air quality investigations, environmental assessments, hazmat business plans and inspections, and safety/property liability inspections.
13. Oversees the facilities event and activities scheduling and coordination program which includes coordination with Facilitron, a Facilities Scheduling Company.
14. Oversees integrated waste management plan which includes monitoring and compliance with State regulations and requirements for waste reduction and recycling.
15. Updates facilities plans and District Space Inventory in FUSIOPN Program and reports information annually to the State.
16. Assists vice president in identifying projects for the District's 5-Year Construction Plan and 5-Year Scheduled Maintenance Plan to be submitted to the State for funding consideration.
17. Oversees and directs the project management of District facilities construction, renovation, maintenance, and capital outlay projects.
18. Plans, develops, and submits Initial Project Proposals and Final Project Proposals to the State for funding consideration.
19. Assists in bid job walks and project review; handles Requests for Information (RFI) from the bidders; assists with reviews of bids prior to award.
20. Performs other related functions as required.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Knowledge of:
• Principles and practices of administration, office and personnel management and budgetary practices;
• Engineering principles and applicable building codes associated with building construction;
• Methods and practices used in the building trades and crafts, custodial and groundskeeping services and automotive maintenance;
• Applicable sections of the California Education Code and federal and state regulations as they pertain to construction and preventative maintenance, hazardous materials, and safety, repairs, environment, and energy conservation;
• Computer/software applications.

Demonstrated ability to:
• Plan, organize, and direct the work of personnel involved in maintaining facilities and related services;
• Manage multiple priorities and projects in a fast-paced work environment;
• Manage personnel to create a team effort of the staff within the plant services department;
• Prepare and interpret construction plans and specification;
• Interpret and apply applicable building codes;
• Coordinate with other departments on projects and initiatives;
• Communicate with administrators and staff regarding project progress and status;
• Estimate costs of construction and maintenance work;
• Keep records and prepare reports;
• Develop, plan, organize, and carry out preventative and scheduled maintenance programs;
• Communicate effectively both orally and in writing;
• Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with those contacted during the course of work;
• Develop and update annual program review and link to budget requests;
• Develop funding applications and prepare annual budget;
• Utilize computer/software applications.

Education and Experience:
A bachelor's degree in engineering, architecture, construction management, or related field, or administration with course work in engineering, architecture, construction management, or related fields preferred) and five years of increasingly responsible experience in the building trades or plant services operations of which three years are at a supervising level; or any equivalent combination of training, education, and experience.

Physical Demands:
• Typically may sit or stand for extended periods of time.
• Operates a computer, laptop, or mobile device.
• Communicates over the telephone, cell phone, by email, and/or in person.
• Regularly lifts, carries, and/or moves objects weighing up to 25 pounds.

Working Conditions:
• May be required to work a flexible workweek which includes day and evening hours and occasional weekend assignments and may be assigned to any district location.
• Duties are performed in an office environment, at a desk or at a computer, or at a job site indoors or outdoors.
• The incumbent will experience interruptions while performing normal duties during the regular workday.
• The incumbent will have contact, in person, via email, or on the telephone, with executive, management, supervisory, academic and classified staff, and the general public.
• Work requires travel to other offices or locations to attend meetings or conduct work.

Special Qualification:
Evidence of a sensitivity to and an understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds of staff and students and to staff and students with disabilities.

SCREENING PROCESS:
A committee will give priority review of application materials submitted by Wednesday, August 15, 2018. This position is open until filled. Meeting minimum qualifications does not insure the candidate an interview. Therefore, it is important that the application be thorough and detailed. Applicants will be assessed on the breadth and depth of education, training, experience, skills, knowledge, and abilities. A limited number of applicants will be invited for an interview at the college at their own expense. Interviewed candidates may be asked to complete written and job-related exercises. The district reserves the right to extend time limits, reinitiate or withdraw the recruitment-selection process at any point. Final candidates may be required to pass a pre-employment drug screening.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:
To be considered as a candidate for this position, please submit the following application materials to the college human resources office by 3:00 p.m., Wednesday, August 15, 2018:
• Signed district application for classified positions
• Transcripts (Copies are acceptable for the application process). Official transcripts are required if hired.
• A current and complete resume of education and professional experience
• Cover letter

APPLICATION: For application materials please visit our Web site at http://www.hancockcollege.edu or contact:
Human Resources, Building B
Allan Hancock College
800 South College Drive
Santa Maria, CA 93454-6399
(805) 922-6966, extension 3338
(805) 922-9196, FAX

 

Contact:

Human Resources
Allan Hancock College
Santa Maria CA 93454
lphilipps@hancockcollege.edu
 

Dean - other
Citrus Community College
Dean of Kinesiology and Athletics  
  Posted Monday, April 02, 2018
 

 

Dean of Kinesiology and Athletics
Citrus Community College

 


Posting Number: 0600725
Posting Date: 03-29-2018
Closing Date: 05-17-2018
Department/Division: Academic Affairs (Administration)
Funding: District Funded
Job Category: Management (Certificated)
Assignment: Full-Time
Percentage Employee: 100%
Months per Year: 12 months
Work Days per Week: Traditionally Monday through Friday, but may require nights and weekends.

Work Shift for this Position (select all that apply):
Days
Nights
Weekends

FLSA: Exempt
Placement/Range: 77-1; $134,131/yr. plus 2.5% for a verified doctorate from an accredited institution.

Benefits:
PLACEMENT/RANGE/PAY RATE:
Initial placement on the management salary schedule is 77-1 ($134,131/yr.); however, the Superintendent/President has the authority to place a newly hired manager on the management salary schedule up to 77-3 ($145,080/yr.). The ceiling for this position is capped at 77-8 ($176,509/yr.).

BENEFITS:
The District provides a fully-paid, comprehensive program of fringe benefits including major medical, dental, and vision insurance for full-time employees and eligible dependents. Life insurance provided for employee only. Also, currently included each year are 17 paid holidays, 22 vacation days and 12 illness days.

A Complete Application Packet Includes:
Resume
Cover Letter
Transcripts

Optional Applicant Documents
Other Document (s)
Licenses and Certificates

POSITION SUMMARY:
Under the direction and supervision of the vice president of academic affairs, the dean of kinesiology and athletics will lead and administer all aspects of supervision, assistance, and oversight for all kinesiology instruction and athletics programs that may include, but is not limited to planning, developing, organizing, coordinating, implementing, directing, reviewing and evaluating the entire range of authorized athletic programs and services, ensuring compliance with local, District, state and federal regulations and requirements.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
The dean will visit athletic competition/practice sites, offices and other work locations in keeping with the policies of the Board of Trustees and administrative procedures to observe and evaluate the methods and effectiveness of all coaches, assistant coaches, and other personnel who report directly to the dean. The dean will develop, write and edit all required documentation for Title IX compliance, such as the annual Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act (EADA), CCCAA Gender Equity Form R-4, department mission, diversity and gender equity statements. The dean will manage and monitor student enrollment, program review, student learning outcome assessment, and all related records and reports. The dean will lead the integrated programming initiatives using a data-informed and student-centered approach to learning and actively support the implementation of a variety of instructional methods.

This is a 12-month academic management position.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

DEVELOPMENT AND DELIVERY OF DIVISION PROGRAMS
- Provides direction and support to faculty in the development, revision, and evaluation of division curriculum and materials.
- Works directly with diverse faculty and staff to develop and maintain CTE instruction, curriculum, and continuing education programs, projects, activities, and grants.
- Directly interacts with students, faculty, staff, and industry advisory councils and/or groups.
- Reviews and approves division curriculum development proposals, course outlines, program changes, textbook recommendations, field trip requests, credit by examination requests, and program requirement waivers.
- Reviews instructional programs for compliance with applicable state and federal law, regulations and guidelines, District policy and procedure, and responsiveness to the needs of a culturally diverse community.
- Develops schedule of classes and all instructor assignments.
- Leads a variety of special programs as assigned by the vice president of academic affairs.

PERSONNEL
- Effectively recommends the hire, transfer, suspension, lay-off, promotion, assignment, discipline, training, professional development, assignment, direction and evaluation of work, and adjustment of grievances of all division personnel. Is responsible for administering collective bargaining agreements, employment and promotion selection procedures, compliance with District policies, rules and regulations regarding personnel, evaluation of the performance of academic and classified staff assigned to the division, and providing direction and assistance wherever a need for improvement is identified.

STUDENTS
- Responsible for the discipline of students enrolled in division courses, adjustment of grievances, scheduling, evaluation and reporting, and the resolution of student problems and complaints.

BUDGET/FUNDING
- Responsible for timely and accurate preparation, submission and administration of division and grant budgets.

PLANNING
- Responsible for completing annual and comprehensive program reviews, and evaluating proposed offerings, enrollment history, budget, demand and program requirements to determine the number and nature of offerings.
- Responsible for scheduling of classes, staffing and available facilities, supplies, equipment and materials. Monitors enrollment, cancels and changes classes in response to utilization.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
COMMUNITY CONTACT/REPRESENTATION
- Must be a highly visible educational leader seeking positions of significant leadership in community and regional institutions as well as community support organizations and on state boards and committees to articulate, enhance, and improve District programs, offerings, funding, assets, and educational leadership position and reputation at the state and national levels.

OTHER PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
- Significant responsibility for chairing and supervision of District-wide committees and task forces; performs other duties and special projects as assigned, such as substantive change reports and review of Board Policies and Administrative Procedures.
- Supervises all aspects of the planning, funding, coordinating, staffing, delivery, and evaluation of programs in the division. Supervise the performance of all personnel functions for assigned staff. Use enrollment management tools and data for decision-making. Utilize the District integrated information system to facilitate organizational and management practices as they apply to the analysis and evaluation of programs and operational practices. Work with the SLOA coordinator to monitor student learning outcomes and assessment activities at the program and course levels; apply knowledge of accreditation standards of the Accreditation Commission for Junior and Community Colleges and the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, or similar accreditation group; demonstrate a knowledge of and oversee online learning that include course management systems such as Canvas. Apply current complex principles and practices of budget preparation and administration; principles of supervision, training, and performance evaluation and pertinent federal, state, and local laws, codes, and regulations including the Education Code; comprehensive knowledge of the principles and practices of curriculum development and instructional teaching strategies, management principles and practices including understanding of human resources, current trends, research and development in post-secondary education, specifically community colleges.
- Work cooperatively with the staff diversity officer, Title IX coordinator, and ADA coordinator(s) in the development and implementation of activities relevant to federal and state compliance.
- Other duties as assigned that support the overall objective of the position and the District mission and philosophy.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
- Possession of a master's degree.
- One year of leadership experience reasonably related to this management assignment.
- Evidence of ability to communicate effectively, in English, with a diverse population both orally and in writing.
- Evidence of ability to work effectively as a member of the administration team.
- Evidence of experience and training in the utilization of technology in administrative practice.
- Evidence of experience supervising a complex academic department responsible for implementation of state and federal regulations.
- Demonstrated understanding of, sensitivity to, and respect for the diverse academic, socioeconomic, ethnic, religious, cultural background, disability, and sexual orientation of community college students, faculty, and staff.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
- Two or more years of experience as an Athletic Director or Assistant Athletic Director preferably at the college level.
- Experience teaching in a community college or university environment.
- Experience with program review facilitation and linkage to budget development.
- Evidence of the ability to work in a shared governance (collegial) environment.
- Evidence of ability to embrace/promote use of technology mediated instructional techniques.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Please see Minimum and Preferred Qualifications.

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"CITRUS COLLEGE IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER."
It is the policy of the District not to discriminate against and to encourage a diversity of applicants based on national origin, religion, age, sex or gender, race, color, medical condition, ancestry, sexual orientation, marital status, physical or mental disability, use of family and medical care leave, genetic information, military or veteran status, gender identity, gender expression, or because he or she is perceived to have one or more of the foregoing characteristics, or based on association with a person or group with one of more of these actual or perceived characteristics.

Special Instructions to Applicants:
Applications are considered legal documents, and as such, all areas of the application must be completed or your application packet will be considered incomplete, and will not be moved forward. While it may be appropriate in some areas of your application to use "NA" (not applicable), do not use terms such as "see resume" or "see attached". When listing your work experience, please specify the beginning and end dates for each job you held and describe your experience.

Applicants are responsible for ensuring that all required documents, and those additional documents you choose to include, are attached BEFORE clicking the "Finished Attaching Documents" button and confirming. It is advisable to attach "Optional" documents first, and then "Required" documents once you are ready to click on the "Finished Attaching Documents" button and confirming.

Application and Supplemental Questionnaire must be complete. A resume will not substitute for a fully completed employment application and supplemental questionnaire. Incomplete applications will be rejected. When listing your work experience, please specify the beginning and end dates for each job you held and describe your experience.

Additional documents CANNOT be added to your electronic application packet once you click on "Finished Attaching Documents" and receive your confirmation number; so, please be sure you have all documents you will upload handy and in an electronic format. THE APPLICANT TRACKING SYSTEM WILL NOT ACCEPT DOCUMENTS LARGER THAN 2MB. IF YOUR DOCUMENTS DO NOT UPLOAD, PLEASE RESIZE. If you do not have all your documents handy at the time you are applying for the position, we advise you to click on "Finish Attaching Documents Later". Be sure, however, to finish attaching your documents BEFORE the close or first consideration date for the position. Please remember, you will NOT be able to attach additional documents after you have selected "Finished Attaching Documents" and have received a confirmation number, and you will not be able to apply for a position after the position has closed.

Please note: should an applicant apply for a position more than once, only the most recently received application packet will be the one screened for completeness. All others will be deemed inactive, and will not be considered, regardless of completeness.

We regret we are unable to accept faxed, emailed, mailed, or hand delivered application materials outside the online Applicant Tracking System (ATS). Only application materials submitted through this electronic format will be accepted. Exception: The Citrus College Form 101 must be mailed or hand delivered to the Director of Human Resources in a sealed, confidential envelope.

Reasonable accommodations will be provided to candidates with verified disabilities. Accommodation requests should be made at the time the interview appointment is scheduled.

All employees within the bargaining unit are required to pay dues as a member of the exclusive representative or pay an agency fee.

About Transcripts:
--Candidates must upload copies of all transcripts (need not be official at the time of application) which prove sufficient for verifying minimum qualifications for this position.
--Official transcripts will be required at the time of the job offer.
--Transcripts must be from the awarding institution, and must show that the degree has been awarded (or conferred) and the year.
--Degree(s) must be earned (or conferred) from accredited institution(s) or an equivalent foreign institution by the first consideration date for this position.
--All degrees must be verifiable on a legible transcript by the indicated first consideration date for this position.
--Foreign transcripts must be transcribed in English AND evaluated for U.S. equivalency by a bona fide U.S. evaluation service.

Selection Procedure:
--A selection committee will review application packages of those candidates who have met the minimum qualifications for this position, and will select a limited number of qualified candidates for an interview.
--Each candidate may be asked to make a presentation on a topic of the selection committee's choice. The candidate will be informed of the topic when an interview appointment is scheduled.
--Each candidate may be asked to provide a sample of his or her writing ability just prior to the interview.
--Travel costs must be borne by the applicant.
--Final candidates for faculty, management, and supervisor/confidential positions may be interviewed by the Superintendent/President.
--If selected as a finalist, the candidate permits the District to contact the current and former employer(s) to investigate past employment history.

 

 

 

Contact:

Human Resources
Citrus Community College
CA
kgiles@citruscollege.edu
 


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