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Director, Safety and Security     Posted Friday, October 11, 2019
 

Director, Safety and Security

Job: #2ASE03

Salary: $107,798 - $128,047/annual

Closing Date: 10/23/19

Location: Hayward, CA

To apply, please submit your application and required documents on-line via our applicant system at: https://clpccd.peopleadmin.com/postings/1715

Job Summary

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

••The retirement program with this position is CalPERS

DEFINITION:
The Director, Safety and Security is an administrative position designated by the Board of Trustees of the Chabot-Las Positas Community College District. The incumbent is responsible for the satisfactory completion and/or coordination of the listed duties and responsibilities either directly or through administrative review. The incumbent is charged by the Board of Trustees with the satisfactory implementation of Board policy and District procedure as applicable to the position. In addition, the incumbent is expected to participate in the formulation of College policies by making appropriate recommendations for improvements or additions in policy or procedure through his or her reporting authority and/or by serving on College wide administrative councils.

GENERAL DESCRIPTION:
Under general direction, to plan, organize, and direct the College Security and Safety Services; and to do related work as required. Direct responsibility is to the Vice President, Administrative Services.

Representative Duties

1. Supervise and participate in the enforcement of District and College policies and procedures for Security Services; enforce rules and regulations governing the use of College buildings and grounds;
2. Develop and implement in service training on safety for staff and students;
3. Investigate violations, accidents and incidents occurring on campus and prepare reports and recommendations regarding security, safety, and related problems;
4. Train and supervise security officers;
5. Schedule, assign and evaluate performance of security personnel;
6. Respond to calls for help and emergencies;
7. Review, prepare, and evaluate a variety of written reports and documents turned in by subordinates;
8. Attend College management staff meetings;
9. Make presentations to various groups regarding campus safety and security;
10. Conduct courses and refresher courses for staff in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and first aid;
11. Assist in the preparation of the budget;
12. Maintain records, prepare reports;
13. Communicate and interpret data and information regarding the College safety and security services;
14. Serve as campus safety coordinator and be responsible for hazardous waste plan and removal, safety training, safety inspections, chemical inventory and data sheet update, environmental reporting, college disaster and preparedness plan and any other safety programs as required by regulations;
15. Coordinate the college trip reduction program;
16. Supervise the lost and found service;
17. Maintain control and issue all college keys to staff;
18. Serve as Evening/Saturday administrator, as required;
19. Demonstrated sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students.
20. Perform other related tasks as assigned.

Minimum Education and Experience

Education & Experience:

A Baccalaureate Degree supplemented by courses in Administration of Justice and three years of security or law enforcement experience with administrative responsibility, excluding watchman experience.

OR

An Associate in Arts Degree in Administration of Justice with five years of administrative experience in safety, security, and law enforcement, excluding watchman experience.

License or Certificate:
Possession of an appropriate, valid California driver’s license.

Minimum Qualifications

Knowledge of:
1. Security methods, crowd control techniques and investigating procedures;
2. Campus safety program management;
3. Program management, supervision, and evaluation;
4. Leadership techniques and interpersonal communication; emergency preparedness and response techniques;
5. 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;
6. Principles and techniques of training and supervision;
7. Local, state and federal safety regulations relevant to the college.

Ability to:
1. Plan, organize and direct the operations of campus safety and security;
2. Utilize pertinent federal, state, city and district laws, rules, regulations and policies, including legal rights of students and citizens, judicial procedures and rules of evidence;
3. Interview complainants, witnesses and suspects;
4. Prepare reports and maintain records;
5. Accurately analyze problems in the field and adopt an effective course of action; use sound judgment while under pressure;
6. Follow and give oral and written directions; oral and written communication;
7. Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with staff; meet the public with courtesy and tact.

Desirable Qualifications

1. American Heart Association or American Red Cross Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Instructor’s Certificate;
2. American Red Cross First Aid Instructor’s Certificate.
3. Campus Safety Program Management
4. Emergency preparedness and response techniques.
5. Pertinent federal, state, city and district laws, rules, regulations and policies.

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 and may be required to work some evenings, weekends, and travel. The incumbent must be willing to be on-call and available 24-hours a day.

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.

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.     Transcripts/Credentials/Licenses

4.     Personal Qualifications Statement

Contact:

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

VP/VC Administrative/Business Services
Vice President, Administrative Services     Posted Friday, October 11, 2019
 

Vice President, Administrative Services

Job: 3APR05

Salary: $143,966 - $170,988/annual

Closing Date:  11/14/2019

Location: Livermore, CA 94551

To apply, please submit your application and required documents on-line via our applicant system at: http://clpccd.peopleadmin.com/postings/1724

Job Summary

The Chabot-Las Positas Community College District is seeking a Vice President, Administrative Services for Las Positas College in Livermore, California.

MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBILITY

The Vice President, Administrative Services is a management position designated by the Board of Trustees of the Chabot-Las Positas Community College District. The incumbent is responsible for the satisfactory completion and/or coordination of the listed duties and responsibilities either directly or through administrative review. The incumbent is charged by the Board of Trustees with the satisfactory implementation of Board policy and District and College procedure as applicable to the position. In addition, the incumbent is expected to participate in the formulation of District policies by making appropriate recommendations for improvements or additions in policy or procedure through his or her reporting authority and/or by serving on District-wide committees.

GENERAL DESCRIPTION

The Vice President, Administrative Services is the chief business and financial officer for the college and is responsible for the overall design, development, organization, delivery, supervision, evaluation, and fiscal management of a comprehensive financial and administrative services program that may include fiscal services, college budget development and management, expenditure control, purchasing control, college cash management function, college facilities, college facilities rental, campus technology, college mailroom, college switchboard, college safety and security, college bookstore, college cafeteria, college box office, and in coordination with district central services, college maintenance and operations, college capital construction, and college personnel services. This position reports directly to the College President, works collaboratively with the Vice President, Academic Services and Vice President, Student Services and works collaboratively with the Vice Chancellor of Business Services and other District related service units.

APPOINTMENT

The Vice-President of Administrative Services shall be elected by the Governing Board upon the recommendation of the College President and the District Chancellor.

NOTE: This class specification is not necessarily all-inclusive in terms of the duties and responsibilities.

Representative Duties

The Vice President, Administrative Services shall perform such duties as:

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, and State and Federal regulations;

2. directly supervise administrative services personnel;

3. prepare and administer the annual budget for all administrative services operations;

4. assume responsibility for the completion of all necessary State and Federal reports;

5. participate in college long-range planning for programs, services, and facilities and coordinate financial planning with planning activities;

6. develop and administer the college’s financial, business, and operations policies, procedures, and regulations;

7. coordinate and supervise the preparation and expenditure of the college’s annual operating budget; exercise expenditure and purchasing control;

8. prepare regular financial reports to the College President, college budget study committee, and other appropriate groups;

9. manage college operation activities, including the maintenance of college buildings and grounds areas and custodial services; coordinate with District Maintenance and Operations the maintenance of buildings and grounds and custodial services;

10. administer the college facilities master calendar and facilities rental program;

11. administer college bookstore and cafeteria services;

12. administer college bursar functions and the college box office;

13. coordinate college-level planning for new facilities and renovations and coordinate district staff and contractor transactions during the construction of buildings and facilities;

14. assure compliance with all Federal and State regulations related to business services and college operations;

15. coordinate the evaluation of all assigned staff and assess the effectiveness of all programs and services;

16. coordinate college personnel services with district and college staff;

17. administer the campus technology goals and objectives;

18. work and coordinate with Vice Chancellor of Business Services and other related District service units;

19. serve as a member of the District and College Committees as designated by the President and the Chancellor;

20. serve as an administrative associate to the College President and, when designated, assume direct responsibility for the college during the absence of the President;

21. serve as Evening/Saturday administrator as required.

22. assume other duties and responsibilities as may be assigned by the College President.

Minimum Education and Experience Education:
A Master’s Degree is required; preferably in Business, Public Administration, Accounting, or a related area.

Experience:
Five years required of related full-time responsible experience in business or public administration which preferably includes accounting, budgeting, organizational and technology planning, emergency preparedness, and related administrative functions, or the equivalent.

Demonstrate sensitivity to and an understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural and ethnic backgrounds of community college students, including those with physical and/or learning disabilities.

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.

Documents Needed To Apply

Required Documents

1 Resume

2 Cover Letter

3 Transcripts/Credentials/Licenses

4 Personal Qualifications Statement

Optional Documents

1 Other Document

Contact:

https://clpccd.peopleadmin.com/postings/1354  Las Positas College

Other Administrative Position
Title IX Investigator Manager     Posted Friday, October 11, 2019
 

Title IX Investigator Manager

Initial Screening Date 11/01/2019

Pay Range:  13 - $97,800 to $137,628 (salary placement in the salary range will be based upon comparable experience and qualifications; increases are given annually thereafter up to highest step)

Classification Benefits:

The District offers a comprehensive package including holidays, sick, vacation, and personal necessity time; and, insurance benefits which include medical and dental insurance, a vision-care plan, life insurance and dependent life coverage, accidental death and dismemberment coverage, a long-term disability income-protection plan, and a legal plan. All premiums are fully paid by the District. Administrators are provided 24 days of paid vacation leave per year. Mandatory retirement incentive is with California State Teacher’s Retirement System (CalSTRS).

In order to be considered for this opening, you must apply through the District website at https://jobs.socccd.edu

PLEASE NOTE: Employment in this position is contingent upon funding by Guided Pathways (50%) and Strong Workforce Program funds (50%).

Summary Description:

Reporting to the Vice President for Student Services, the Title IX Investigator Manager is focused on the development and implementation of bias-free policies and procedures for all students. The Title IX Investigator Manager is responsible for ensuring District-wide compliance with Title IX regulations; comprehensive student, staff and faculty training programs; and compiling relevant information and conducting investigations for cases alleging stalking, sexual assault, dating/domestic violence, sexual harassment, LGBTQ+ concerns, pregnancy discrimination involving students and any other sexual misconduct allegations.

Knowledge of:

•  Applying trauma informed practices to interactions and communications with parties involved in sensitive cases.

•  Mediation, conflict resolution, or other related customer service abilities including flexibility, patience and the ability to de-escalate potentially heated situations.

•  Interpersonal skills using tact, patience and courtesy.

•  Oral and written communication skills.

•  Team building principles.

•  Excellent organizational and record keeping skills.

•  Modern office practices, procedures and equipment including computers and applicable software applications such as word processing, spreadsheets, email and databases.

•  Knowledge and understanding of community college students, their diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds and the wide variety of their ages and educational goals as found on a community college campus and a demonstrated ability to work with people from this diverse population.

Ability to:

•  Be objective, thorough and unbiased when conducting investigations.

•  Maintain high level of confidentiality.

•  Cultivate relationships with campus stakeholders (e.g., management, faculty, students and staff).

•  Perform administrative tasks such as scheduling, managing an Outlook calendar, taking calls and interfacing with visitors.

•  Adapt to changing priorities, responsibilities and the campus community needs and expectations.

•  Manage multiple concurrent tasks with intermittent service interruptions.

•  Stay current on applicable federal and State laws, regulations and guidance to meet the needs of supported positions and maintain accuracy of records in accordance with campus policy.

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

•  Use a computer and applicable software including word processing, spreadsheets, PowerPoint and email.

Education and Experience Guidelines:

Any combination of education and experience that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying.

Education/Training:

A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in related area and/or equivalent experience/training. Master’s Degree with coursework in law, human resources compliance, counseling, social work, psychology, gender studies, forensics, higher education administration, social justice or other related discipline is preferred.

Experience:

Minimum of two (2) years of related experience, including writing reports and assisting with Title IX related training. Management experience preferred.

License or Certificate:

Valid California driver’s license and must have an acceptable driving record and current vehicle insurance meeting State of California requirements.

To Apply:

Please visit the District’s Employment Opportunities website at https://jobs.socccd.edu for a detailed job description, to learn more about the District and to complete an on-line application.  

NOTICE TO ALL CANDIDATES FOR EMPLOYMENT: The Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, Public Law 99-603, requires that employers obtain documentation from every new employee which authorizes that individual to accept employment in this country.  EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

Contact:

https://jobs.socccd.edu Irvine Valley College

Ventura County Community College District
Instructor In Agriculture Part-Time Pool  
  Posted Friday, October 11, 2019
 


Instructor In Agriculture Part-Time Pool

Ventura County Community College District

Salary:

Job Type: Part-Time Faculty

Job Number: 2019-01462

Location: Districtwide (Ventura County CA), CA

Department: Districtwide

Closing: Continuous

Description
This part time pool is to fill positions at Ventura College for the Spring 2020 semester. If you have applied to previous pools in this discipline, you will need to apply to this pool to continue to be considered.

Under the general direction of a dean, an Instructor (Non-Contract/Temporary) provides comprehensive classroom instruction to students from diverse backgrounds for the purpose of facilitating the attainment of their academic or vocational objectives. In accordance with the provisions of Education Code sections 87482.5, Instructors (Non-Contract/Temporary) may be employed up to 67% of a full-time assignment.

Representative Duties
Provide academic instruction to students through lecture, lab, or performance courses; assess and develop cognitive abilities, communication skills, and higher order thinking skills among students through appropriate assignments and activities in one-on-one, classroom, and distance mediated instructional settings. E

Advise and instruct students regarding programs of study, other institutions of higher education, lifelong learning resources, and effective study skills; refer students to support services, programs, resources, and other professionals as appropriate. E

Observe and evaluate student performance in meeting course objectives and student learning outcomes through assignments, projects, discussions, and examinations; provide feedback in a timely manner to student inquiries in class, online, or during established consultation office hours. E

Plan and organize instruction according to approved course outlines and student learning outcomes to maximize student learning in alignment with department, college, and district goals; implement the student performance objectives as listed on the official course outline of record. E

Maintain current, accurate records of course enrollment, attendance, student academic progress, course curriculum, and student learning outcomes; prepare and submit data and reports related to course and student progress in a timely manner. E

Evaluate and select instructional materials such as textbooks, manuals, software, and tools in collaboration, as appropriate, with discipline faculty; order instructional materials according to campus bookstore procedure to ensure timely delivery. E

Revise and update course content and materials of instruction in accordance with new theory, application, and industry developments within the discipline or area of specialization. E

Update syllabi; collaborate with discipline faculty on a regular basis to assess and revise measurable student performance indicators for each course. E

May participate in curriculum and program development; may provide input into the development of student learning outcomes.

May attend and participate on committees and in department, division, campus, and district meetings.

May participate in articulation and matriculation related activities.

May provide work direction to others.

Perform related duties as assigned.

E = Essential duties
Minimum Qualifications
Candidates must possess the minimum qualifications for the discipline as approved by the California Community Colleges Board of Governors and defined in the Minimum Qualifications for Faculty and Administrators in California Community Colleges handbook. The minimum qualifications for this discipline are as follows:
Master's in agriculture, agriculture science, education with a specialization in agriculture or other agricultural area (including: agricultural business, agricultural engineering, agricultural mechanics, agronomy, animal science, enology, environmental (ornamental) horticulture, equine science, forestry, natural resources, plant science, pomology, soil science, viticulture or other agriculture science; OR, the equivalent*; OR, possession of an appropriate California Community College Credential.

All coursework must be from a recognized accredited college or university.

*APPLICANTS WHO DO NOT MEET THE ABOVE-STATED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS MUST COMPLETE THE SUPPLEMENTAL QUESTIONNAIRE FOR EQUIVALENCY IN ORDER TO BE CONSIDERED ON THE BASIS OF POSSESSING EQUIVALENT QUALIFICATIONS (EQUIVALENCY). The Supplemental Questionnaire for Equivalency is available on our website at http://www.vcccd.edu/sites/default/files/files/departments/human-resources/supplemental_questionnaire_for_equivalency_03.05.15 (Download PDF reader). When completing the form, be sure to explain in detail how your qualifications are equivalent to the required minimum qualifications.


If the title of your degree as stated on your transcripts does not exactly match one of the degree titles listed in the minimum qualifications, you must complete the Supplemental Questionnaire for Equivalency. Do not assume that you do not need to submit a Supplemental Questionnaire for Equivalency because your degree is similar to a degree stated in the minimum qualifications. Degree titles that are not an exact match will not be considered outside of the equivalency process.

For further details regarding equivalency and the criteria by which equivalency may be granted, please click on the following link: http://www.boarddocs.com/ca/vcccd/Board.nsf/goto?open&id=83LDBP0DD9E5.

Supplemental Information
SALARY RANGE:
Part-time classroom faculty are paid between $1,589 and $2,700 per semester per .1 load. Placement on the salary schedule is based on education and experience. Faculty may be assigned any combination of lecture, lab or lecture/lab classes. Following is an example of a 3 unit class:
3 hour per week lecture = .2 load
3 hour per week lecture/lab = .15 load
3 hour per week lab = .1333 load (Except for those listed on Appendix F of the VCCCD/AFT Contract calculated at 75% of regular load.)

STARTING SALARY:
Part-time classroom faculty receive between $1,589 and $2,302 starting pay per semester per 10% load. Part-time faculty salaries are governed by the collective bargaining agreement between the VENTURA COUNTY FEDERATION OF COLLEGE TEACHERS, AFT, LOCAL 1828, AFL-CIO and the VENTURA COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT. To review the contract, go to: http://www.vcccd.edu/departments/human_resources/contracts.shtml.

Please be aware that we will require verification of all part-time teaching experience for which you wish to receive credit toward placement on the salary schedule. You will have 30 days to provide verification upon receipt of the offer of employment. Verification must come from the human resources department and state the percentage of full-time-equivalent assignment you worked during the specified time period.

For more information about how salaries are determined for part-time faculty assignments, please click on the following link: http://www.vcccd.edu/sites/default/files/files/departments/human-resources/part-time_faculty_salary_explanation_version_7.pdf (Download PDF reader).
APPLICATION PROCEDURE:
All applicants, including previous and current VCCCD employees, must submit the following materials in order for their application to be considered. Failure to submit all required materials will result in disqualification.

All required documents must be submitted by the applicant. Human Resources Department staff will not upload your documents for you.

Please be sure to upload all materials, including all transcripts, that you wish for the committee to consider. The hiring committee will NOT have access to materials kept in personnel files, and such materials will not be considered unless they are included with your application packet.

* Letter of Application: The letter of application must contain the following pieces of information: A) include the date, your name, and the position and locations for which you are applying, B) address your sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, social, economic, cultural, disability, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students, and C) provide the screening committee with an understanding of how you will contribute as a fully participating member of the VCCCD community.
* Completed Application for Academic Employment
* Resume
* Letters of recommendation (Recommended but not required. If you choose to submit letters of recommendation, they should be uploaded with your application materials )
* Supplemental Questionnaire for Equivalency, if applicable (see minimum qualifications above)
* Complete official or unofficial 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. If the qualifying degree has yet to be conferred and you expect to have the degree before you begin employment, you must submit transcripts that state the title of the degree you are working toward obtaining and indicate the anticipated completion date in your response to the associated supplemental question provided during the application process. An official copy of your transcripts will be required upon being hired. Instructors will not be allowed to start working until official transcripts have been received.

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 https://www.naces.org/members.

SELECTION PROCESS:
A screening committee will review and screen all applications and associated materials. The candidates deemed most qualified for the position will be invited to an interview. When completing the application and the supplemental questions, it is important to outline in detail your education, training (classes, seminars, workshops), and experience. You will be evaluated based upon the information provided.

Individuals with disabilities requiring reasonable accommodation in the selection process must inform the Ventura County Community College District Human Resources Department in writing no later than the filing date stated on the announcement. Those applicants needing such accommodations should document this request including an explanation as to the type and extent of accommodation needed to participate in the selection process.

To apply, please visit https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/vcccd/jobs/2597407/instructor-in-agriculture-part-time-pool

Contact:

Human Resources
Ventura County Community College District
CA
achavez@vcccd.edu
 

Ventura County Community College District
Librarian - Moorpark College  
  Posted Friday, October 11, 2019
 


Librarian - Moorpark College

Ventura County Community College District

Salary:

Job Type: Full-Time Faculty: Tenure-Track

Job Number: 2019-01460

Location: Moorpark College (Moorpark CA), CA

Department: MC - Student Learning

Closing: 11/3/2019 11:59 PM Pacific

Description
This is a full-time tenure track assignment.

Under the general direction of a dean, a Librarian is responsible for providing reference, instruction, collection development, access services, technical services, and outreach to students, faculty, and staff.

There is currently one tenure-track position with the initial assignment being located at Moorpark College starting in the Fall 2019 semester. All academic employees are subject to assignment in any college of the District depending upon staffing needs as defined within the terms of the VCCCD/AFT Agreement. Nontraditional assignments such as evening, weekend, or off-site assignments may be made with consent of faculty member, management or when special conditions exist on a campus as defined within the terms of the VCCCD/AFT agreement.

SALARY AND BENEFITS:
The annual salary is based on a ten month contract. Salary is commensurate with academic preparation and experience for placement on the salary schedule. Maximum advanced salary placement credit for prior experience is 7 steps.

Fringe benefits include family medical, dental and vision insurance plans.
Representative Duties
Provide reference assistance to students, faculty, and staff. E

Teach research methods, information literacy, bibliographic and library instruction sessions to students and other patrons in one-on-one, classroom, and distance mediated instructional settings. E

Collaborate with faculty with regard to student assignments, collection needs, and integration of information literacy into the college curriculum. E

Perform original cataloging of library materials in all formats; integrate online journals and e-books into the library catalog; assist lower-level staff with copy cataloging on an as needed basis. E

Design and produce research guides, information literacy tutorials, program reports, and other resources in print, web-based and multimedia formats. E

Plan and coordinate collection development activities, including analysis, acquisition, selection, deselection, vendor interaction, and budget allocation to ensure the subject collection meets curriculum needs. E

Coordinate the purchase of print and non-print library materials and resources in collaboration with faculty within each discipline. E

Assist in grant proposal writing and post-award documentation. E

Research, promote and implement interactive multimedia such as technology mediated instruction, interactive video conferencing, and other emerging instructional technologies. E

Participate in the development and implementation of library policies and procedures; participate in the program review process for the library. E

Evaluate the collection and coordinate activities related to removing books from the collection with input from faculty; evaluate the usefulness of donated materials. E

Promote library resources and services to faculty, students, and campus groups; plan and present library tours. E

Plan and implement library-oriented programming, such as displays, library events, etc. E

Attend and participate in department, division, campus, and district meetings and committees; may participate in articulation and matriculation related activities. E

Collaborate with other library faculty on a regular basis to develop, assess, and revise, as appropriate, measurable student learning outcomes. E

Assist with monitoring library service platform performance, troubleshooting issues, and providing training to library staff.

Ensure that the library's web presence is accurate, up-to-date, user-centered and accessible.

Provide work direction to student workers.

Perform related duties as assigned.

E = Essential Duties
Minimum Qualifications
Candidates must possess the minimum qualifications for the discipline as approved by the California Community Colleges Board of Governors and defined in the Minimum Qualifications for Faculty and Administrators in California Community Colleges handbook. The minimum qualifications for this discipline are as follows:

Master's in library science, or library and information science; OR the equivalent*; OR possession of an appropriate California Community College Credential.

All coursework must be from a recognized accredited college or university.

*APPLICANTS WHO DO NOT MEET THE ABOVE-STATED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS MUST COMPLETE THE SUPPLEMENTAL QUESTIONNAIRE FOR EQUIVALENCY IN ORDER TO BE CONSIDERED ON THE BASIS OF POSSESSING EQUIVALENT QUALIFICATIONS (EQUIVALENCY). The Supplemental Questionnaire for Equivalency is available on our website at http://www.vcccd.edu/sites/default/files/files/departments/human-resources/supplemental_questionnaire_for_equivalency_03.05.15 (Download PDF reader). When completing the form, be sure to explain in detail how your qualifications are equivalent to the required minimum qualifications.

If the title of your degree as stated on your transcripts does not exactly match one of the degree titles listed in the minimum qualifications, you must complete the Supplemental Questionnaire for Equivalency. Do not assume that you do not need to submit a Supplemental Questionnaire for Equivalency because your degree is similar to a degree stated in the minimum qualifications. DEGREE TITLES THAT ARE NOT AN EXACT MATCH WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED OUTSIDE OF THE EQUIVALENCY PROCESS.

For further details regarding equivalency and the criteria by which equivalency may be granted, please click on the following link: http://www.boarddocs.com/ca/vcccd/Board.nsf/goto?open&id=83LDBP0DD9E5.

Supplemental Information
SALARY RANGE:
$48,751 - $102,372 / 10-month contract

STARTING SALARY:
$48,751 - $85,311 / 10-month contract

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:
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. All required documents must be submitted by the applicant. Human Resources Department staff will not upload your documents for you.

ONCE YOU HAVE SUBMITTED YOUR APPLICATION YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO MAKE REVISIONS TO YOUR APPLICATION MATERIALS.

* Letter of Application: The letter of application must contain the following pieces of information: A) include the date, your name, and the position and locations for which you are applying, B) address your sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, social, economic, cultural, disability, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students, and C) provide the screening committee with an understanding of how you will contribute as a fully participating member of the VCCCD community.
* Completed Application for Academic Employment
* Resume
* Letters of recommendation (Recommended but not required. If you choose to submit letters of recommendation, they should be uploaded with your application materials)
* Supplemental Questionnaire for Equivalency, if applicable (see minimum qualifications above)
* Complete official or unofficial 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. If the qualifying degree has yet to be conferred and you expect to have the degree before you begin employment, you must submit transcripts that state the title of the degree you are working toward obtaining and indicate the anticipated completion date in your response to the associated supplemental question provided during the application process. An official copy of your transcripts will be required upon being hired. Instructors will not be allowed to start working until official transcripts have been received.

In the event that multiple applications are received from a candidate, the District will only give consideration to the first application that was submitted.

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 https://www.naces.org/members.

SELECTION PROCESS:
A screening committee will review and screen all applications and associated materials. Those candidates deemed by the committee to be most qualified for the position will be invited to an interview. When completing the application and the supplemental questions, it is important to outline in detail your education, training (classes, seminars, workshops), and experience. You will be evaluated based upon the information provided.

Individuals with disabilities requiring reasonable accommodation in the selection process must inform the Ventura County Community College District Human Resources Department in writing no later than the filing date stated on the announcement. Those applicants needing such accommodations should document this request including an explanation as to the type and extent of accommodation needed to participate in the selection process.


To apply, please visit https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/vcccd/jobs/2595083/librarian-moorpark-college

Contact:

Human Resources
Ventura County Community College District
CA
achavez@vcccd.edu
 

VP/VC Student Services
Ventura County Community College District
VP, Academic Affairs & Student Learning  
  Posted Thursday, October 10, 2019
 


Vice President of Academic Affairs and Student Learning - Ventura College

Ventura County Community College District

Salary:

Job Type: Academic Management

Job Number: 2019-01448

Location: Ventura College (Ventura CA), CA

Department: VC - President

Closing: 11/3/2019 11:59 PM Pacific

Description
Under the general direction of the President, the Vice President of Academic Affairs and Student Learning serves as the Chief Academic Officer of the college and is responsible for the overall design, organization, delivery, supervision, evaluation, and fiscal management of academic support services and programs of the college.
Representative Duties
Provides leadership and vision to strengthen and implement a variety of new and existing career, technical, occupational and transfer programs leading to certificates and associate degrees. E

Supervises the publication of the college's schedules of classes, catalog, and instructional information content of the college website. E

Plans and directs effective instructional programming including room utilization, instructor load, and student enrollment and retention. E

Assists in the development and implementation of the college's operational plan and budget based on program need, priorities, and enrollment targets. E

Develop, direct, coordinate, supervise and evaluate the programs, personnel, operations, and activities of instructional programs, including program planning, analysis, and review. Work with the President to ensure compliance with Education Code, state and federal regulations, accreditation standards, district policies, and all contractual agreements between the Board of Trustees and recognized bargaining units. E

Assist in the recruitment, selection, and development of classified and academic personnel and evaluate all personnel in accordance with applicable policies and procedures; plan and project staffing requirements; monitor proper and efficient use of assigned staff; provide staffing recommendations in compliance with Equal Employment Opportunity principles and guidelines. E

Direct and implement sound fiscal planning in the development and management of the instructional budget; supervise the preparation and submission of the instructional budget and, upon approval, assume overall responsibility for timely and accurate implementation. E

Develop and implement externally funded initiatives, plan resource allocations for facilities, equipment, and technologies that support instructional programs. E

Provide guidance to and receive advice from faculty organizations on matters relating to the instructional programs; promote the inclusion of students in the shared decision making process. E

Ensure that all courses, curriculum, and programs comply with applicable laws, other federal, state, and local requirements, district rules and regulations, Education Code, accreditation standards, and collective bargaining agreements in collaboration with the staff to ensure that proper course articulation is maintained with other institutions of higher education. E

Develop, implement, direct and evaluate activities related to articulation with secondary schools and matriculation activities within the college, including the recruitment, admission, assessment, advisement and retention of students. E

Provide leadership in the implementation of campus committees; establish and maintain liaisons with business and community representatives as participants in the planning, development and modifications of curriculum and programs. E

Coordinate and prepare timely, accurate and comprehensive instructional and other reports required by various federal, state, and district and college departments. E

Promote and participate in the application of computer technology to college programs and activities, use a variety of computer software to research, enter, modify and retrieve data for preparation of reports, correspondence and other written material. E

Keep abreast of emerging services, methodologies, and technologies relevant to college programs. E

Serve on management councils and other college and district committees. E

Serve as the Acting President as directed in the absence of the President. E

Perform other duties as assigned.

E = essential duties
Minimum Qualifications
Possession of a master's degree and one year of formal training, internship, or leadership experience reasonably related to the administrator's administrative assignment.
Supplemental Information

SALARY RANGE:
$121,101 - $162,282
With a doctorate add $5205 per year

STARTING SALARY:
Dependent on education and experience

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.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:
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.

All required documents must be submitted by the applicant. Human Resources Department staff will not upload your documents for you.

ONCE YOU HAVE SUBMITTED YOUR APPLICATION YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO MAKE REVISIONS TO YOUR APPLICATION MATERIALS.

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 for the assignment. The letter should also describe the applicant's understanding of and sensitivity to the diverse academic, social, economic, cultural, ethnic and disability backgrounds of community college students. Finally, the letter should give the committee a clear understanding of how s/he will contribute, as a fully participating member of the Ventura County Community College District, in leading the college toward achieving its mission.

C.) A current resume summarizing educational and administrative background and experience.

D.) 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.

E.) Letters of recommendation (Optional; if you choose to submit letters of recommendation, they should be uploaded with your application materials.)

In the event that multiple applications are received from a candidate, the District will only give consideration to the first application that was submitted.

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 https://www.naces.org/members.

SELECTION PROCESS:
A screening committee will review and screen all applications and associated materials. Those candidates deemed by the committee to be most qualified for the position will be invited to an interview. When completing the application and the supplemental questions, it is important to outline in detail your education, training (classes, seminars, workshops), and experience. You will be evaluated based upon the information provided.

Individuals with disabilities requiring reasonable accommodation in the selection process must inform the Ventura County Community College District Human Resources Department in writing no later than the filing date stated on the announcement. Those applicants needing such accommodations should document this request including an explanation as to the type and extent of accommodation needed to participate in the selection process.

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, please visit https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/vcccd/jobs/2592614/vice-president-of-academic-affairs-and-student-learning-ventura-college

Contact:

Human Resources
Ventura County Community College District
CA
achavez@vcccd.edu
 

Other Administrative Position
Sierra College
Program Director, Health and Social Services  
  Posted Wednesday, October 09, 2019
 

PROGRAM DIRECTOR, HEALTH AND SOCIAL SERVICES 1920-16

STUDENT SERVICES DIVISION

ROCKLIN CAMPUS

Sierra College is seeking a full-time Program Director, Health and Social Services in the Student Services Division. 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 to ensure the District provides an inclusive educational and employment environment focused on strategies for success and equitable outcomes for all.

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 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.

Sierra College has committed to foundationally re-engineer its programs and services and eliminate equity and achievement gaps using the Guided Pathways framework. Under administrative direction of the assigned dean, this position provides leadership and operational direction for the District’s Health Centers and coordinates with regional social services agencies and health care providers to provide students on-campus access to community resources. This position also leads the district’s Behavioral Intervention Team and works closely with the Title IX Coordinator to ensure appropriate response and support for students. The position establishes and reviews internal policies and procedures ensuring compliance with applicable local, regional, state and federal laws and regulations.

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. Plans, organizes and directs the clinical practice of Health Services at all sites.
  2. Leads the District's Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) utilizing best practices as informed by current training and in alignment with regional resources.
  3. Coordinates with the college’s Title IX Coordinator and Human Resources department to ensure appropriate support for students and consistency in regards to governing laws and compliance.
  4. Develops, implements and oversees a network of synchronized and coordinated support for students through a “one-stop” point of service model to include campus mental/health services, community services, and social service delivery.
  5. Meets and strategizes with institutional and regional stakeholders to develop effective processes and procedures to ensure maximum student benefit and resource utilization for students served at all locations.
  6. Provides rapid response to technology, email, and telephone-based alerts that relate to the behavioral, physical and social service needs of Sierra College students.
  7. Selects, assigns, trains, supervises, evaluates, counsels, and disciplines staff performance; plans, coordinates, and provides appropriate training in a manner that is culturally-responsive, including but not limited to assigned nurses, counselors, therapists, interns, and other employees.
  8. Orients and supervises independent (contracted) health care professionals, including licensed therapists, interns, etc.
  9. Maintains a secure, accessible system of confidential medical records in accordance with applicable standards of practice and state and federal laws.
  10. Assists contracted healthcare providers (physician, etc.) with their delivery of direct services.
  11. Initiates, administers, and updates appropriate contractual agreements.
  12. Serves on district Incident Response Team and participates in related activities as appropriate.
  13. Serves as a resource for the college community and campus departments on issues of health promotion, disease prevention, and safety and health advocacy; creates and delivers presentations to students and staff as appropriate and in a culturally-responsive manner.
  14. Ensures that required up-to-date licensure and/or certifications for professional staff and services are on file.
  15. Ensures a high quality of care is provided to all students.
  16. Adheres to the appropriate Scope of Practice for Registered Nurses as defined by the California Board of Registered Nursing; maintains licensure and continuing education.
  17. Conducts periodic needs assessments and participates with members of the college community in planning programs that respond to identified needs.
  18. Designs and implements new programs and monitors existing programs for applicability, safety, and effectiveness.
  19. Ensures an appropriate inventory of medical supplies, equipment, and medications are maintained; provides for appropriate procurement, storage, security, and maintenance of inventory.
  20. Ensures the effective oversight and compliance of all electronic medical records systems and their management.
  21. Ensures ongoing compliance with District policies and procedures, applicable county, state, and federal regulations, licenses, and standards.
  22. Establishes, reviews, and appropriately revises administrative, clinical, and operational policies, procedures, and protocols.
  23. Develops, coordinates, and administers budgets; monitors and controls expenditures consistent with District goals, policies, and the department's mission.
  24. Chairs and/or serves on committees working on health, safety and social service issues for the college community; serves on other committees as appropriate.
  25. Coordinates communication of interoffice and district-wide information ensuring that the communication is created and delivered in an equity-minded manner.
  26. Sets and maintains regularly scheduled hours of operation and attends meetings as required.
  27. Plans, develops, analyzes, critiques, and evaluates computerized applications and record keeping systems to maintain official records as required by District policy and administrative procedures and submits them in accordance with college procedures.
  28. Complies with departmental regulations concerning the proper use, care, and security of college equipment and District property.
  29. Advises administration of unsafe conditions or potential hazards and recommends solutions.
  30. Participates in the evaluation of regular faculty and adjunct faculty as assigned; participates in tenure review and/or mentoring processes as assigned.
  31. Conducts program reviews.
  32. Performs other related duties as assigned.

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.

Knowledge of:

  • Current standards of college health service practices, applicable county, state and federal regulations, and available resources in the field;
  • Safety issues related to student health services, equipment, and facilities;
  • Strategies and methods which enhance student success in the community college setting;
  • Principles and practices of administration, leadership, and supervision, including planning, organizing, assigning and reviewing work, performance appraisals, discipline, and employee selection and development;
  • Social service delivery systems, campus services and community services;
  • 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;
  • Database management, information systems utilization, statistical data interpretation, and the application of information technology to support success, retention, and completion programs;
  • Collaborative problem solving and conflict resolution techniques;
  • Accounting and budgeting methods, audit procedures, statistics, and data interpretation;
  • Management concepts and practices, including change management, organizational and motivational techniques;
  • Personnel management practices and techniques of supervision and staff evaluation;
  • Employment processes, collective bargaining processes, data collection, and report writing;
  • Laws, regulations, and legislation relevant to assigned program areas; and
  • Safety practices.

Ability to:

  • Direct and administer thriving and successful community college Health Services programs;
  • Serve as liaison with the community, health care professionals, and local agencies in offering services, making effective referrals to help the well-being of students, and coordinating health care resources;
  • Develop relationships with community-based organizations and social services agencies and build partnership agreements to bring services to the campus;
  • Connect students to community based services and college resources;
  • Follow Advocacy & Resource Center procedures and processes for case management;
  • Manage and direct the activities of and provide effective and innovative leadership for self-funded/categorical programs, services, and operations;
  • Recommend and implement goals, objectives, policies, and procedures to provide health and social services that are culturally responsive to the populations being served:
  • Work with designated computer programs and systems; oversee records management and accountability;
  • Participate in institutional research activities and grants as needed;
  • Understand and work within the mission and philosophy of the California Community College;
  • Effectively plan, organize and schedule work assignments;
  • Hire, evaluate, and supervise the work of project personnel;
  • Learn, interpret, and successfully apply district policies, procedures, rules, and regulations;
  • Organize, prioritize, and accomplish assigned work within established time frames;
  • Analyze problems, determine effective solutions, and take independent action for successful results;
  • Communicate effectively orally and in writing;
  • Exercise tact, listening skills, diplomacy, and good judgment in all stakeholder interactions;
  • Learn from errors, determine appropriate corrective action, and prevent repeated occurrences;
  • Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with others, including those from diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, ethnic, and ability backgrounds;
  • Work independently with little or no supervision;
  • 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;
  • Apply an equity-minded framework to ensure programs, services and processes are designed and delivered to meet the varying needs of all constituent groups;
  • Demonstrate integrity and consistency;
  • Effectively coordinate group work efforts;
  • Interact and work effectively with a diverse population utilizing exceptional interpersonal and intercultural skills;
  • Utilize listening and negotiating skills;
  • Interact effectively with District faculty and staff, and the community.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE — 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 and Experience: Incumbent must possess a Master's Degree or higher degree in Nursing, a Master’s Degree in a Clinical Field related to Nursing OR a Graduate Degree in Nursing, having satisfactorily completed a Nurse Practitioner Program approved by the California BRN (Board of Registered Nursing). Incumbent must be certified as a Registered Nurse and Family Nurse Practitioner by the State of California and possess National Board Certification as an Adult or Family Nurse Practitioner. Incumbent must possess a California Furnishing Number and Drug Agency Enforcement Number. Incumbent must possess a valid California Class C or higher Driver's License in order to accomplish official travel between District sites and other destinations in District or privately owned vehicle.

Preferred Experience:

At least three years of increasingly responsible experience related to the administration of health services,

Demonstrated progressively responsible and successful experience in health education and health promotion activities,

Demonstrated recent successful experience as a health care professional preferably in an outpatient/college setting,

Demonstrated effective crisis and behavioral intervention skills.

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: Incumbent must be able to function indoors in a medical clinical environment engaged in work of primarily a sedentary to moderately active nature and to perform the following, with or without reasonable accommodation:

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 walk, 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. Maintain cardio-vascular fitness to function under stress in emergency and crisis situations.

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 $114,204.02 per year with annual increases. The District offers a very competitive benefits package, which includes health & welfare as well as income protection, including retirement. 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 per Board approval.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

Required Documents

Please include a Cover Letter that addresses the responsibilities and qualifications listed on the job announcement including:

  1. The transferable experience, knowledge, skills and abilities to serve as a Program Director, Health and Social Services.
  2. What equity-minded practices/strategies would you incorporate into this role?
  3. Data shows that intensive interventions are improving completion rates and reducing disparities in achievement at community colleges. This has raised questions about how much responsibility a college should take on to meet the basic needs of students who struggle with homelessness, food insecurity, mental health and other non-academic concerns. How do you see this position supporting and coordinating these services with both on and off campus units?
  4. Evidence of responsiveness to and understanding of the racial, socioeconomic, academic, and cultural diversity within the community college, including individuals with different ability statuses (e.g., physical and/or learning) as these factors relate to the need for equity-minded practice in the campus community.

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.   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.

TRAVEL EXPENSES BORNE BY THE CANDIDATE

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 BLVD

ROCKLIN, CA  95677

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

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

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.

Contact:

Brittani Kelly
Sierra College
5100 Sierra College Blvd
Rocklin CA 95677
US
Phone: 9166607106
bkelly8@sierracollege.edu
 

Dean - other
Palomar College
Dean, Languages and Literature  
  Posted Wednesday, October 09, 2019
 


Dean, Languages and Literature
Department: Languages and Literature (Dept)
Palomar College

Date Opened: 08/05/2019
Close Date: 10/21/2019

Primary Function:

Responsible for providing leadership in the planning, organizing, administering, developing and evaluation of the instructional programs, projects and activities of the assigned instructional division, to include providing advocacy for faculty and staff in the offering of quality instructional programs and support services for students, and supervising and evaluating the performance of assigned personnel.

Salary: $11,155.96 [step 1] – $13,590.79 [step 5]. Starting salary is negotiable dependent upon education and experience. In addition, administrators that possess earned doctorates from accredited institutions are awarded an annual stipend of $1,520.90.

Benefits: Full-time employees receive fully-paid benefits including medical, dental, and vision insurance for employees and dependents; life, disability, and long-term care insurance; and sick leave, vacation and paid holidays. Estimated value of these employer-paid benefits is approximately $29,726 annually. All full-time educational administrators are enrolled in CalSTRS (California State Teachers Retirement System).

Minimum Qualifications:

To be eligible for this position, you must meet and provide evidence of the following minimum qualifications:

• Experience: One year of formal training, internship, or leadership experience reasonably related to the administrative assignment.

NOTE: For work experience, a “year” is defined as equivalent to 40 hours per week for 12 months.

AND

• Education: A Master’s degree is required.

Only coursework completed at, and degrees awarded by, accredited institutions recognized by the U.S. Department of Education will be considered as satisfying the minimum qualifications. Coursework and degrees that are completed outside of the United States are required to have transcripts evaluated (evaluation to U.S. equivalency and a course by course analysis) by an appropriate U.S. credentials evaluation service. For a list of credentials evaluation agencies accepted by Palomar College, visit the National Association of Credentials Evaluation Services (NACES) website at www.naces.org, or the Association of International Credential Evaluators, Inc. (AICE) website at http://aice-eval.org/.

Diversity Statement: Position requires cultural competency which includes the 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.

To Apply: Visit https://palomar.peopleadmin.com/postings/20728 for full details and required application materials.

About the District:
Palomar College, founded in 1946, is a comprehensive, two-year community college that serves the greater North San Diego County region. Palomar College offers over 200 associate’s degree and certificate programs to approximately 30,000 full- and part-time students. A favorite in the community among local institutions of higher education, Palomar College recently ranked #1 in community colleges in San Diego County in the San Diego’s Best of 2016 Readers Poll. And, Palomar College is just 12 miles from the glistening Pacific Ocean and 30 miles away from all of the exciting cultural activities that sunny San Diego has to offer.

Palomar College is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE).

Contact:

Human Resources
Palomar College
CA
ahayman@palomar.edu
 

Palomar College
Dean, Mathematics, Science and Engineering  
  Posted Wednesday, October 09, 2019
 


Dean, Mathematics, Science and Engineering
Department: Mathmatics and The Natural and Health Sciences (Dept)
Palomar College

Date Opened: 08/05/2019
Close Date: 10/21/2019

Primary Function:

Responsible for providing leadership in the planning, organizing, administering, developing and evaluation of the instructional programs, projects and activities of the assigned instructional division, to include providing advocacy for faculty and staff in the offering of quality instructional programs and support services for students, and supervising and evaluating the performance of assigned personnel.

Salary: $11,155.96 [step 1] – $13,590.79 [step 5]. Starting salary is negotiable dependent upon education and experience. In addition, administrators that possess earned doctorates from accredited institutions are awarded an annual stipend of $1,520.90.

Benefits: Full-time employees receive fully-paid benefits including medical, dental, and vision insurance for employees and dependents; life, disability, and long-term care insurance; and sick leave, vacation and paid holidays. Estimated value of these employer-paid benefits is approximately $29,726 annually. All full-time educational administrators are enrolled in CalSTRS (California State Teachers Retirement System).

Minimum Qualifications:

To be eligible for this position, you must meet and provide evidence of the following minimum qualifications:

• Experience: One year of formal training, internship, or leadership experience reasonably related to the administrative assignment.

NOTE: For work experience, a “year” is defined as equivalent to 40 hours per week for 12 months.

AND

• Education: A Master’s degree is required.

Only coursework completed at, and degrees awarded by, accredited institutions recognized by the U.S. Department of Education will be considered as satisfying the minimum qualifications. Coursework and degrees that are completed outside of the United States are required to have transcripts evaluated (evaluation to U.S. equivalency and a course by course analysis) by an appropriate U.S. credentials evaluation service. For a list of credentials evaluation agencies accepted by Palomar College, visit the National Association of Credentials Evaluation Services (NACES) website at www.naces.org, or the Association of International Credential Evaluators, Inc. (AICE) website at http://aice-eval.org/.

Diversity Statement: Position requires cultural competency which includes the 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.

To Apply: Visit https://palomar.peopleadmin.com/postings/20729 for full details and required application materials.

About the District:
Palomar College, founded in 1946, is a comprehensive, two-year community college that serves the greater North San Diego County region. Palomar College offers over 200 associate’s degree and certificate programs to approximately 30,000 full- and part-time students. A favorite in the community among local institutions of higher education, Palomar College recently ranked #1 in community colleges in San Diego County in the San Diego’s Best of 2016 Readers Poll. And, Palomar College is just 12 miles from the glistening Pacific Ocean and 30 miles away from all of the exciting cultural activities that sunny San Diego has to offer.

Palomar College is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE).

Contact:

Human Resources
Palomar College
CA
ahayman@palomar.edu
 

Director
Contra Costa Community College District
Director of College Advancement  
  Posted Tuesday, October 08, 2019
 

Director of College Advancement (Contra Costa College)

Posting Number: 0001359
Location: Contra Costa College
Salary: $8,506.00-$10,363 per month (See salary placement guidelines in the special instructions)

Position Definition:
Under administrative direction of the College President, the Director of College Advancement is responsible for the administration of the College Foundation 501©(3), which includes but is not limited to, the overall development, planning and execution of the Foundation's policies, procedures and activities as set by the Foundation Board of Directors. In addition, the scope of work includes: serving as a staff resource to the College President, relative to fund development policy and practices; and implementing strategies that advance the College's goals and external relationships with key constituents.

Distinguishing Characteristics:

Examples of Duties/Essential Functions:
Duties/essential functions may include, but not be limited to, the following:
• Administers the College Foundation 501©(3).
• Leads the overall development, planning, and execution of the Foundation’s policies, procedures, and activities, as set by the Foundation Board of Directors.
• Implements strategies that advance the College’s goals and external relationships with key constituents.
• Conducts a comprehensive, on-going fund development program, among alumni, the community, private foundations, and corporate donors, to fund the needs of the College and the Foundation’s operations.
• Personally solicits funds via face-to-face solicitations, writing grant proposals, implementing special events, organizing and implementing annual campaigns, and any other appropriate fund raising programs as prioritized.
• Identifies planned giving and major donor prospects, ensuring appropriate cultivation takes place; provides proposal and other support material to the College President and Foundation Board for major gift solicitation; provides leadership for all campaigns that may be undertaken by the Foundation.
• Develops methods and systems to provide for major gifts, annual campaigns, corporate giving, estate planning/gifts, annuities and trust funds and all other methods of support for the College.
• Initiates and develops proposals seeking unrestricted annual and restricted gifts from corporate and foundation grant-makers, while coordinating closely with College representatives.
• Ensures that the annual fund reaches unrestricted and restricted cash goals each year; ensures the growth of various major donor categories.
• Working in partnership with the College’s Financial Aid Office, develops new scholarship funds and oversees effective administration and stewardship of all privately funded scholarships and donors.
• Provides staff support for Foundation Board and committee meetings; provides all meeting materials, including written reports as necessary, and minutes for the Foundation Board and committees.
• Keeps the Foundation Board informed of all donations and key financial reports; ensures that the talents of the Board members are fully applied to meet fund-raising and organizational objectives.
• Maintains the Foundation’s database, including donor and prospect information.
• Utilizes appropriate reports to enhance and improve information and decision-making for program management; performs ongoing review of program effectiveness and personnel performance.
• Supervises Foundation-based publications, including fundraising brochures, annual report, website, etc.
• Directs or works closely with the Marketing Department, generating content and other collateral (social media) to service College and Foundation goals.
• Develops and implements long-range plans and direction for the Foundation; evaluates the success of development programs on an annual basis; and, as appropriate, provides recommendations to improve effectiveness of all development efforts.
• Develops and implements a plan to support the College’s external relations goals.
• Works closely with faculty, staff, and management to: integrate the Foundation, its fundraising activities, and endowment use into academic and student services program planning; and develop understanding of College goals, programs, and services.
• Assists in serving as a point of contact for organizations, businesses, residents, and others in the College’s service area.
• Attends College events, as appropriate; attends community meetings/events to represent the Foundation and/or College and advance relationships with external partners, organizations, and constituencies.
• Plans and manages various College events held on campus and in the community to promote the College and engage internal/external constituencies; also acts as liaison for various externally-sponsored events held on campus.
• Serves on College committees and attends College/District meetings, as assigned.
• Supervises and evaluates any Foundation and College Advancement staff; supervises all Foundation volunteers.
• Supports special projects, as directed by the College President.
• Performs other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:
Education/Experience:
Education/Training: Equivalent to an earned BA/BS degree from an accredited college or university. An advanced degree in a relevant field is highly desirable.

 

Experience: Three years management-level experience in fundraising and resource development, capital development and/or campaigns with major gifts solicitation from foundations, corporations, businesses, and individuals; or management experience involving 501©(3)’s. A demonstrated track record of raising funds from the business and philanthropic communities is required.

Knowledge Of:
Methods, techniques, and procedures used in the planning, development, marketing, and delivery of a major fundraising and resource development program in higher education; principles and processes for business and organizational modeling; leadership techniques; strategic planning, resources allocation, staffing, and supervision; analysis and various complex methods for the presentation of data and ideas; standard business software such as word processing, spreadsheets, presentations and specialized business software for fund-raising; financial record keeping practices and procedures; methods for gathering and presenting general, statistical, and technical data; budget development and expenditure tracking; complex business report writing.

Skill To:

Ability To:
Strengthen and implement the goals of a major comprehensive community college foundation program, including overseeing major fundraising campaigns and outreach to the business and philanthropic communities; provide leadership and prioritize projects; communicate effectively, both orally and in writing; prepare and make effective presentations to foundation and corporate boards, administrators and business community groups; develop effective partnerships between the college’s foundation and community and industry leaders; demonstrate understanding of, sensitivity to, and respect for the diverse academic, socio-economic, race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, politics, philosophy, disability, and religious background of all students, faculty and staff.

Desirable Qualifications:
Successful experience raising funds in communities similar to that of Contra Costa College.
Successful experience supporting and cultivating a strong Foundation Board
Successful track record of working with various constituencies to understand needs and assess methods to raise dollars in their support.

Special Instructions:
Contra Costa College serves about 10,000 students, credit and non-credit, who pursue transfer preparation, career education and foundational skills. The College’s student population reflects its surrounding diverse communities. Serving predominately African American and Latinx students, Contra Costa College is situated in a socioeconomically diverse, resilient and culturally vibrant community. As a proud Hispanic Serving Institution, we seek candidates who embrace our community, our student population, and our central work: strengthening West County by meeting our students where they are and helping them get to where they want to be.
We seek a colleague who operates with a growth mindset, a strength-based approach centered on students, and an unflinching commitment to equity, especially concerning the elimination of barriers to college access, success, and completion. The ideal candidate will be eager to help construct and maintain a culture of continuous improvement in instructional effectiveness, student service, and leadership.

Note: New employees will be placed at the first step which is $8,506 per month, second step $8,936 per month, third step $9,389 per month (depending upon experience). Based on current salary placement guidelines, all step increases for which an employee becomes eligible shall take place on July 1st of each fiscal year. These increases will occur, on an annual basis, until the maximum step of $10,363 per month is reached on the salary schedule.

Job Close Date: 10/22/2019
Open Until Filled: No

To apply, visit https://www.4cdcareers.net/postings/6459

Contact:

Human Resources
Contra Costa Community College District
500 Court Street
Martinez CA 94553

Other Administrative Position
Sierra College
Systems Administrator (Rocklin Campus)  
  Posted Tuesday, October 08, 2019
 

SYSTEMS ADMINISTRATOR 1920-10

INFORMATION & INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY DIVISION

ROCKLIN CAMPUS

Sierra College is seeking a full-time Systems Administrator in the Information & Instructional Technology Division. 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 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 College dedicated to the use of culturally responsive strategies and methods that meet the varying needs of our students, faculty, staff and surrounding community, while ensuring a successful learning environment. 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 general supervision, the Systems Administrator ensures continuous and efficient functioning of District host, network, and web servers; coordinates and performs ongoing administration of an integrated operating system that includes security management, exchange, structured query language, and system servers; evaluates system requirements, input/output processes, and working parameters for hardware and software compatibility; and performs a variety of tasks relative to the assigned area of responsibility.

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. Plans, researches, installs, configures, tests, and monitors operating software for District-wide servers and networks; installs and maintains software upgrades and releases.
  2. Monitors systems, network, web, and database performance, analyzing performance statistics, and modifying systems or database operating parameters; maintains data files and monitors system configuration.
  3. Designs, implements, and administers access security and permissions for use of hardware and software; establishes and enforces District server standards and protocols.
  4. Determines the type and frequency of backups for systems and database files; designs, writes, and tests backup and recovery procedures; reviews backup procedures with department staff members; oversees and performs backups.
  5. Schedules system downtime with end users and technical staff members to facilitate hardware and software upgrades, changeovers, and backups.
  6. Formulates and implements systems and database tuning strategies; monitors disk space availability, removing, relocating, or adjusting files to optimize space.
  7. Ports applications and data from one platform to another; installs, integrates and tunes software systems and databases; implements data conversions and transitions from old to new systems; maintains application software.
  8. Designs and implements custom applications using batch processing tools or appropriate programming languages, such as shell and kernel-level programming.
  9. Updates and assembles control programs; develops and updates interface programs.
  10. Develops procedures to assist help desk and other staff in operating systems; creates rules for use by programming and applications support staff.
  11. Receives and resolves user help desk calls; documents calls, forwarding work order requests to the appropriate technology staff.
  12. Serves as a point of coordination among organizational units for server and network support; participates in troubleshooting to resolve complex network problems, including connectivity, internet access, email, and file servers.
  13. Maintains up-to-date knowledge of trends in system and network administration, intrusion detection, and assimilating and disseminating technical information to staff members.
  14. Administers the District’s network servers including VLANs, firewall, switches, and routers; configures and corrects system parameters, directory structures, security, and software; assigns and maintains network addresses.
  15. Builds and maintains proxy servers, domain name servers, and email servers; creates mail exchange processes.
  16. Monitors network traffic and implements approaches that optimize network performance and security; evaluates network bandwidth and throughput; maintains system directories and files.
  17. Authorizes server users and maintains accounts, passwords, and permissions.
  18. Analyzes and participates in planning network requirements in areas such as capacity, security, and performance.
  19. Monitors and tunes database SQL server and other relational database system (RDBMS) performance; participates in defining database structures and relationships.
  20. Analyzes, modifies, tests, and debugs existing database structures, systems, and programs; identifies problems and makes modifications to systems and individual programs; analyzes and resolves problems with database applications by consultation with users.
  21. Administers access security to database tables including adding and deleting users, and controlling database login passwords.
  22. Administers the District’s web/application servers including backup, search engines, logs, and documentation; monitors website presence and positioning of key information for access to directories and search engines.
  23. Consults with administrators and staff to establish design and access standards for the website; recommends, applies, and implements web navigation methods; configures servers to control file caching, font and color mapping, and other features.
  24. Coordinates and participates in scripting and programming of website features and applications, including those for processing transactions.
  25. Installs, configures, tests, and administers multi-platform third party applications.
  26. May train and provide work direction to assigned student workers and temporary help as assigned.
  27. 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.

Knowledge of:

  • Advanced Linux or equivalent operating system, including installation, maintenance, troubleshooting, shell programming and C programming.
  • Current Linux network operating systems including installation, maintenance, upgrading, troubleshooting and scripting.
  • Host computer database management system concepts, methodologies, analysis, and design.
  • Database design techniques and host computer logical and physical database structures and relationships, including those for networked personal computer systems.
  • Computer network design, installation, configuration, and maintenance procedures and practices, protocols, equipment, specifications, design, and integration.
  • Computer security concepts and methodologies.
  • Domain name servers and mail servers.
  • Standard query language (SQL) extensions and other relational database management systems.
  • Language and writing skill to read, understand, and prepare system documentation and instructions.
  • Math skills to record sums, fractions, and statistical data.
  • Human relations skill to convey technical concepts to others and to facilitate problem solving with individuals and small groups.

Ability to:

  • Administer host computer systems, wide-area networks, web servers, and database structures.
  • Install, configure, and troubleshoot system, database, and application software.
  • Apply various system administration and general software packages/applications for accessing and administering host computer databases and to utilize network utilities for sending and receiving electronic mail.
  • Write programs to support operations and use SQL extensions to access a relational database and library and lexical functions.
  • Design host computer logical and physical database structure and relationships, including those for personal computer and network systems.
  • Work independently and collaboratively, follow logical progressions of program systems and think logically, creatively, and in abstract terms.
  • Adapt to changing technologies and learn functionality of new equipment and systems.
  • Analyze and solve technical problems under extreme time pressure.
  • Orient/train other technical staff members in system/computer operations.
  • Read and interpret technical manuals and other documentation.
  • Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.
  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

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:

Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in mathematics, data systems, computer science, or a related field, supplemented by specialized training in applications programming or systems analysis.

Experience:

Four years of increasingly responsible experience installing and maintaining systems software in an environment using relational database management systems. Industry certifications or experience may substitute for some higher education.

License or Certificate:

Possession of a valid California driver’s license. May require Linux or equivalent industry certification.

Desirable Qualifications:

Knowledge of:

  • Advanced Lunix or equivalent operating system, including installation, maintenance, troubleshooting, and Shell Scripting.
  • Current SAN Storage technologies.
  • Current Cloud Based Technologies, and Virtualization Technologies.
  • Advanced Linux Admin including NFS, DNS, print management, authentication methods and security.
  • Strong Bash shell scripting a must.
  • Puppet knowledge is a plus.
  • Python knowledge is a plus.
  • F5 and PaloAlto knowledge is a plus.

Ability to:

  • Administer VMWare Environment, blade and clustering technologies.
  • Script routine management tasks in PowerShell and Bash shell.
  • Offload workloads to cloud based services and leverage cloud administrative tools.
  • Expertise in MS Active Directory, and domain management.
  • Maintain and configure monitoring Systems.
  • Effectively document technical designs and procedures.
  • Administer Git Hub/Server and utilize DevOps methodologies with regard to automating server builds and deployments in both on-premise and cloud environments.
  • Network security with ability to administer and gather logging data from networks, servers, firewalls and perform threat analysis, and design and implement proactive defense strategies.
  • VMWare server and SAN configuration and management preferred.

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 walk, 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.

COMPENSATION

Salary & Benefits:  $35.90 per hour, 40 hours per week, 12 months per year.   Current work hours are subject to change in accordance with pertinent provisions of the collective bargaining agreement.  Family coverage health, dental and vision insurance, P.E.R.S. retirement system, income protection, life insurance, sick leave, vacation, and holidays as provided according to District policy.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

Required Documents

 

Please include a cover letter that addresses the responsibilities and qualifications listed on the job announcement, including:

  1. The ways in which your education, training, and/or work experience enable you to do the job of Systems Administrator. Address each of the types of knowledge, skills and abilities listed in the vacancy announcement for this position. Use specific examples.
  2. Evidence of responsiveness to and understanding of the racial, socioeconomic, academic, and cultural diversity within the community college population, including individuals with different ability statuses (e.g., physical and/or learning) as these factors relate to the need for equity-minded practice in IT and in the campus community.

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.   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.

TRAVEL EXPENSES BORNE BY THE CANDIDATE

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

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

Contact:

Brittani Kelly
Sierra College
5100 Sierra College Blvd
Rocklin CA 95677
US
Phone: 9166607106
bkelly8@sierracollege.edu
 

Director
Merced College
Assistant Director, Facilities, Events & Ops  
  Posted Monday, October 07, 2019
 


Assistant Director, Facilities, Events, and Operations

Salary: $63,429.00 - $98,521.00 Annually
Job Type: Management
Job Number: 20191002
Closing: 10/23/2019 5:00 PM Pacific
Location: Merced, CA
Department: Facilities

Salary will be commensurate with experience
additional compensation for doctorate
Interviews to be held the week of November 11, 2019

Merced College is a midsized community college located in California's Central Valley. Founded in 1962, the college serves more than 16,000 students with room to expand on its 267 acre main campus and 120 acre Los Banos site. Merced, incorporated in 1889, offers historical sites, affordable housing, access to the Bay Area and Sacramento, and is the Gateway to Yosemite National Park and the Sierra mountains as well as home to the University of California Merced campus. Our tree-shaded, growing community of just over 80,000 includes multiple biking and walking trails as well as access to several lakes - large and small - throughout the county.

The Assistant Director of Facilities, Events and Operations will be provide oversight of the maintenance and operations functions at the Los Banos Campus. In addition, the position will be responsible for scheduling of facilities use and campus events at all Merced College locations. Merced College strives to deliver a sustainable campus environment that promotes learning, and provides safe and accessible facilities for students, faculty, staff, and the communities it serves. We are looking for a member of the leadership team willing to embrace challenges and to support student success in alignment with our Educational Master Plan goals.

Merced College Vision
Merced College will provide transformative and empowering educational experiences to meet student and community needs.

Merced College Mission
Growing our community through education and workforce training:

 

 

  • lifelong learning
  • basic skills
  • career technical education
  • transfer
  • degree/certificate programs


Ensuring student success through equitable access, continuous quality improvement, institutional effectiveness, and student achievement.

General Description:
Under the general direction of the Director, Facilities Management, the Assistant Director position is responsible for coordinating and assisting District operational activities related to grounds, maintenance, custodial, facility use and campus events. In addition, assist with special projects and activities related to grounds, events, etc., as needed.

Examples of Duties
Representative Duties:

 

  • Oversee the coordination and implementation of facilities scheduling and special events
  • Supervise, direct, and evaluate the work of designated District operational staff
  • Manage and supervise the daily workflow of departmental employees, ensuring the completion of daily tasks as assigned; assist staff to accomplish daily functions as needed
  • Evaluate and plan for both short-term and long-term staffing and equipment needs
  • Participate in the development of and monitors assigned budgets
  • Train staff in work and safety procedures related to assignments and in the operation and use of equipment and supplies; ensure safe work practices and procedures are followed
  • Interpret drawings, diagrams, specifications and blueprints as required
  • Inspect work sites, work in progress and work completed; ensures conformity with work orders and specifications
  • Prepare special reports; prepare and maintain a variety of records and correspondence
  • Assist in the development of contracts and agreements for the District, as needed.
  • Respond to emergencies in off-hours as necessary
  • Serve on District committees as required or assigned
  • Perform related duties as required or assigned
  • Be sensitive to and understand the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability and ethnic backgrounds of community college students

Knowledge of:

  • Principles and practices relating to grounds, custodial and maintenance operations
  • Applicable Federal, State and Local laws and regulations
  • Basic budgetary and administrative principles and practices
  • Computer applications including word processing, spreadsheets and databases
  • Current technologies, trends and changes in industries related to assigned departmental functions

Ability to:

  • Interpret and apply District policies and procedures
  • Supervise, train, and direct the work of others
  • Utilize a computer and related software applications
  • Interpret applicable Federal, State, and local codes, laws and regulations including applicable sections of the California Education Code
  • Participate in the development and administration of goals, objectives of district
  • Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing
  • Exercise sound independent judgment
  • Establish and maintain effective working relations with those contacted in the course of work
  • Consistently and effectively perform under the pressure of deadlines and other administrative demands
  • Analyze problems, evaluate alternatives and make creative recommendations

Typical Qualifications
Required:

  • Associates Degree from an acceptable accredited institution in a related field AND
  • 2 years of management experience OR
  • Any combination of applicable work experience (i.e. project management, events planning, etc.) with at least 5 years of management-level experience
  • Sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students

Preferred:

  • Bachelor's Degree from an acceptable accredited institution in a related field
  • Experience with coordinating events of various sizes
  • Experience with grounds, custodial and maintenance operations

Supplemental Information
How to Apply: Candidates will submit a complete application on the Merced College career pages at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/mccd

  1. Letter of interest addressing your qualifications for the position
  2. Resume
  3. List five professional references
  4. Legible unofficial college transcripts (undergraduate and graduate). Transcripts must include the degree major and date the institution granted the degree. Official copies are not required unless applicant is hired.
  5. Foreign transcripts must include a U.S. evaluation and translation. http://www.ctc.ca.gov/credentials/leaflets/cl635.pdf (Download PDF reader)
  6. Diversity Statement: Provide a statement about yourself that specifically demonstrates sensitivity to the needs of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability and ethnic backgrounds of community college students and the community at large. Your response is limited to one (1) page.

Individuals with disabilities may request any needed accommodation to participate in the application process. Please submit your request with your application to the Human Resources Office.

Interview Information: Those applicants deemed most qualified for the position will be invited to appear for oral interviews before a screening committee. The interview process may include a pre-interview writing assessment. Finalist interviews with district administrators will follow the same or next day. A limited number of candidates will be invited to interviews. Expenses for travel and accommodations will be the responsibility of the candidates.

Employee Benefits: The District pays (with small contribution from employee) health, prescription, vision and dental insurance premiums for the employee and dependents. Life and income protection insurance premiums are provided for the employee only, as well as paid vacation, sick leave, and holidays.

Condition of Employment: The selected candidate must be fingerprinted and tested for tuberculosis at his/her own expense prior to the start of employment. In compliance with the Immigration Reform Act of 1986, all new employees are required to verify their identity and the right to work in the United States. Merced College does not sponsor visas. An applicant must be able to perform essential functions of the position with or without reasonable accommodations. All offers of employment are subject to approval by the Board of Trustees.

To apply, visit https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/mccd/jobs/2590306/assistant-director-facilities-events-and-operations

Contact:

Human Resources
Merced College
CA
deanna.abbruzzetti@mccd.edu
 

Merced College
Director of Capital Projects and Construction  
  Posted Monday, October 07, 2019
 


Director of Capital Projects and Construction

Salary: $88,152.00 - $136,917.00 Annually
Job Type: Management
Job Number: 2019100202
Closing: 10/23/2019 5:00 PM Pacific
Location: Merced, CA
Department: Administrative Services

Salary will be commensurate with experience
additional compensation for doctorate
Interviews to be held the week of November 11, 2019

Merced College is a midsized community college located in California's Central Valley. Founded in 1962, the college serves more than 16,000 students with room to expand on its 267 acre main campus and 120 acre Los Banos site. Merced, incorporated in 1889, offers historical sites, affordable housing, access to the Bay Area and Sacramento, and is the Gateway to Yosemite National Park and the Sierra mountains as well as home to the University of California Merced campus. Our tree-shaded, growing community of just over 80,000 includes multiple biking and walking trails as well as access to several lakes - large and small - throughout the county.

The Director of Capital Projects and Construction will have the responsibility of managing all construction projects for Merced College. With a potential bond campaign on the horizon plus the recent completion of our Facilities Master Plan (FMP), this is a very exciting time and has created a great opportunity for growth. The Facilities Master Plan is designed to support student success which is a core mission of our system. Additionally, it integrates planning principles of student success, access and wayfinding, collegiate identity, efficiency, stewardship, and community engagement. Collectively, these principles guided the development of the FMP, which has paved the way for a new and innovative infrastructure for Merced College. We are looking for a member of the leadership team willing to embrace challenges and guide Merced College to a successful pathway of innovative facilities, developed to better serve our students and our community. We welcome you to apply and join our team!

Merced College Vision
Merced College will provide transformative and empowering educational experiences to meet student and community needs.

Merced College Mission
Growing our community through education and workforce training:

  • lifelong learning
  • basic skills
  • career technical education
  • transfer
  • degree/certificate programs

Ensuring student success through equitable access, continuous quality improvement, institutional effectiveness, and student achievement.

General Description:
Under direction of the Vice President of Administrative Services, provide professional leadership in developing, planning, leading and implementing facility plans and capital construction in accordance with District plans. Manage construction of capital projects including remodels, renovations, and new construction from project concept and initiation to construction, occupancy and post-occupancy evaluation and certification. Oversee the facilities master planning process and coordinate implementation of the general obligation bond program. Develop strategies for funding and request funding as appropriate.

Examples of Duties
Representative Duties:

  • Assist in the development and implementation of the District's Facilities Master Plan to support the Educational Master Plan
  • Act as construction manager for capital outlay projects District-wide
  • Identify, recommend, and negotiate cost-effective consultant contracts for the District and monitor the consultants' budgets and monthly invoicing when required
  • Develop and submit initial project proposals (IPP) and final project proposals (FPP) for capital construction projects
  • Work in collaboration with design professionals and college stakeholders in the preparation of preliminary plans, working drawings, and other construction related documents that address program needs and are in compliance with applicable regulations
  • Oversee facilities bond measure implementation and coordination
  • Prepare requests for qualifications (RFQ) and requests for proposal (RFP) solicitations to secure design and planning consultant services
  • Update the State FUSION system to ensure the accuracy of District projects and facilities
  • Make presentations and prepare written communication to District committees, community groups, President's Cabinet and the Board of Trustees
  • Participate in local, regional, and state activities and programs to promote the District and the community college system
  • Setup and implement review procedures and techniques to assure timely processing of pay applications, invoices, contracts, sub-contracts and change orders
  • Develop and monitor a Master Schedule and effectively communicate project milestones
  • Develop and maintain good relationships with architects, consultants, inspectors, and general contractors
  • Manage, execute, and/or develop project team coordination according to District standards and policies including knowledge of Public Contract Code and California Education Code
  • Review contract conditions and ensure compliance with all contract terms
  • Coordinate with the appropriate personnel and departments regarding service maintenance, informational technology services, and resource needs for new projects
  • Mitigate claims and conflict during the course of construction
  • Ensure the completion of all project close-out procedures
  • Prepare or assist with the preparation of the District's Five-Year Capital Construction Plan and other planning documents required by the State Chancellor's Office
  • Direct and oversee the work of District consultants, including but not limited to, design professionals, engineering professionals, contractors, construction management consultants, project management consultants, construction inspectors, testing labs, and other professional services providers
  • Recommend and implement risk controls and risk mitigation associated with District facilities and construction
  • Conduct pre-bid job site visits, pre-construction meetings, and construction progress meetings
  • Review cost proposals/field orders and change orders for accuracy in terms of scope of work, labor and materials, and rates and advises action as appropriate
  • Maintain safe working conditions for all District students, staff, contractors and consultants
  • Prepare special analyses and reports related to long-range planning and facilities planning data, and makes recommendations concerning future utilization of facilities
  • Supervise and provide effective leadership of staff in assigned areas, including organizing, scheduling, assigning, evaluating, and reviewing of the work assigned
  • Monitor the operation and maintenance of all machinery, equipment, and facilities in assigned areas
  • Develop and implement strategies for acquiring State funding regarding capital outlay and campus development projects, and write grant proposals related to the development and expansion of facilities
  • Maintain blueprints, as-built plans and other construction records
  • Maintain knowledge of current technologies, trends and changes in the construction industry
  • Prepare site plans, specifications, or cost estimates for land development
  • Provide professional leadership, including effective deployment of staff, effective forecasting, planning and feasibility analysis, project management, scheduling, budget development and control, and analytical and accountability analysis
  • Assure adherence of operations to federal, state, and local laws and regulations
  • Develop an annual budget and makes requisitions for supplies and equipment as needed
  • Serve as a member on various college committees and teams
  • Participate in the planning, staffing and coordination of special campus events and/or special projects, as assigned
  • Perform other duties as assigned

Knowledge of:

  • Laws, codes, statutes and ordinances pertaining to the specific responsibilities of the position
  • Construction management principles and practices, including labor compliance
  • Legal and practical aspects of project design, bidding, management, and close out of construction contracts
  • Processes involved with design and construction activities
  • Processes involved in the planning, design, and construction of capital projects
  • Generally accepted construction principles and practices as related to public works and community colleges
  • Building and infrastructure materials, components and systems
  • Capital project budget management
  • Principles, practices and procedures of Division of State Architect (DSA) requirements
  • Institutional planning, design and construction methodologies
  • Sound business, supervisory, organizational, presentation and communication principles
  • Facilities master planning techniques and processes

Ability to:

  • Oversee and participate in the management of a comprehensive facilities planning and construction management program
  • Plan and organize work and effectively meet schedules and timelines
  • Read, comprehend and interpret complex codes and regulations
  • Learn and apply State Education Code, building codes, and other applicable laws and regulations
  • Consistently and effectively perform under the pressure of deadlines and other administrative demands
  • Identify problems and develop alternative solutions
  • Prepare and write specifications, draft contracts, and bids
  • Prepare and control contracts and budgets
  • Effectively work with multiple stakeholders
  • Conduct effective contract negotiations
  • Prepare clear, concise and comprehensive oral and written correspondence and reports
  • Demonstrate leadership in project development and development
  • Interpret building specifications and blueprints
  • Demonstrate professionalism, fairness and honesty in all aspects of the performance of duties
  • Use computers and supporting software applications and programs
  • Work independently with little direction
  • Develop and maintain construction records
  • Understand and follow oral and written instructions
  • Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with others

Typical Qualifications
Required:

  • Bachelor's degree from an acceptable accredited institution in a related field AND
  • 4 years of management experience
  • Sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students

Preferred:

  • Master's degree from an acceptable accredited institution in a related field AND
  • License or similar experience in architecture and/or engineering
  • Experience working with architects, engineers, contractors, inspectors, and other construction
  • specialists
  • Experience in the preparation and implementation of facilities master plans
  • Experience working with federal and state regulatory agencies such as OSHA and DSA
  • Experience in California Community College facilities planning, construction management and
  • capital improvement or facilities bond and financing

License or Certificate:

  • LEED Certification
  • Registered Architect or Engineer
  • Project Management Professional
  • Contractor's License

Supplemental Information
How to Apply: Candidates will submit a complete application on the Merced College career pages at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/mccd

  1. Letter of interest addressing your qualifications for the position
  2. Resume
  3. List five professional references
  4. Legible unofficial college transcripts (undergraduate and graduate). Transcripts must include the degree major and date the institution granted the degree. Official copies are not required unless applicant is hired.
  5. Foreign transcripts must include a U.S. evaluation and translation. http://www.ctc.ca.gov/credentials/leaflets/cl635.pdf (Download PDF reader)
  6. Diversity Statement: Provide a statement about yourself that specifically demonstrates sensitivity to the needs of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability and ethnic backgrounds of community college students and the community at large. Your response is limited to one (1) page.


Individuals with disabilities may request any needed accommodation to participate in the application process. Please submit your request with your application to the Human Resources Office.

Interview Information: Those applicants deemed most qualified for the position will be invited to appear for oral interviews before a screening committee. The interview process may include a pre-interview writing assessment. Finalist interviews with district administrators will follow the same or next day. A limited number of candidates will be invited to interviews. Expenses for travel and accommodations will be the responsibility of the candidates.

Employee Benefits: The District pays (with small contribution from employee) health, prescription, vision and dental insurance premiums for the employee and dependents. Life and income protection insurance premiums are provided for the employee only, as well as paid vacation, sick leave, and holidays.

Condition of Employment: The selected candidate must be fingerprinted and tested for tuberculosis at his/her own expense prior to the start of employment. In compliance with the Immigration Reform Act of 1986, all new employees are required to verify their identity and the right to work in the United States. Merced College does not sponsor visas. An applicant must be able to perform essential functions of the position with or without reasonable accommodations. All offers of employment are subject to approval by the Board of Trustees.

To apply, visit https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/mccd/jobs/2590332/director-of-capital-projects-and-construction

Contact:

Human Resources
Merced College
CA
deanna.abbruzzetti@mccd.edu
 

VP/VC Administrative/Business Services
Kern Community College District
Associate Vice Chancellor, Construction & Facility  
  Posted Friday, October 04, 2019
 


Associate Vice Chancellor, Construction & Facilities Planning

Kern Community College District

Position Number: 02925

Posting Date: 10/01/2019

Position Closing Date: 12/31/2019

Initial Screening Date: 10/22/2019

Open Until Filled: Yes

Position Type: Management

Rate:

Work Week: 40 hours per week

Minimum Salary: $134,787.12 annually

Maximum Salary: $176,852.38 annually

Benefits:
Kern Community College District provides a rich health and welfare benefits offering to our employees, including Health, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, and Long-term Disability.
In addition to the above benefits, the District also offers a robust voluntary benefits selection:

  • Flex 125
  • Additional products and services through American Fidelity
  • Supplemental voluntary life insurance
  • Tax Shelter Annuities

The District participates in CalPERS retirement system and Social Security benefits for Classified and Management employees. Employees covered under the California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS), are vested 100% after five years of full time service credit. All coverages begin on the first day of the month following the hire date.

College/Site: District Office

Location: DO-KCCD Bakersfield Downtown

Basic Function:
Under the direction of the Chief Financial Officer the Associate Vice Chancellor, Facilities Planning, Design and Construction is responsible for the administration and management of all District facilities planning, design and construction functions and activities. The position is responsible for the day to day direction and supervision of all District capital planning activities, project design and development, and construction activity for major capital and minor capital projects, including remodel, renovation, and new construction. The position further ensures that District plans, designs and construction of all capital projects are functional, sustainable, well designed, and cost effective.

-Administers and supervises a variety of programs, projects and activities related to the planning, design, and construction of new, remodeled, and renovated District facilities.

-Provides leadership and supervises a department of planning, design and construction professionals that provide services to the District to plan, design and construct capital projects that are functional, sustainable, well designed, and cost effective and efficient.

-Establishes departmental policies and operating procedures that ensure capital projects are planned, designed, constructed on time and within budget pursuant to legal requirements and District policies.

-Initiates programs, policies, and activities to increase efficiencies, extend capital life cycle maintenance, improve staff productivity and assure quality planning, design, and construction practices and products.

-Prepares and administers the annual department operating budget.

-Supervises the preparation of all capital project program plans, estimates, and budgets.

-Supervises the development of the District's Five Year State Capital outlay program, Annual Space Inventory, Scheduled Maintenance reports and the development of the District's non-state funded capital program, including remodel, renovation, and new construction.

-Provides administrative oversight including selection, contract development and contract administration and supervision of the work of architects, engineers, planning and design consultants, project managers, construction managers and other professionals.

Maintains an accessible and equitable bidding environment to maximize participation, promote fair competition, and to ensure that the District receives competitive bids and quotes for plan, design, and construction services.

-Supervises all capital planning for the District and provides planning staff support for the College Presidents, District Chancellor, and planning committees and groups as necessary.

-Serves as the District's chief design official and building official in order to maintain District aesthetic standards and regulatory and agency code compliance.

-Serves as the District's champion to promote sustainable planning, design and construction.

-Serves as the District liaison with the State Chancellor's Facilities Planning and Utilization unit.

-Provides regular updates and progress reports to District leadership to keep them informed of all planning, design, and construction activities.

-Ensures the implementation of the District's Long Range Educational Master Plans and Long Range Capital Plans through the preparation of reports, studies, and special projects related to the planning, design, and construction of District capital projects.

-Makes presentations to College committees, community groups, District administrative committees, and the Board of Trustees.

-Maintains an understanding of current ideas, research, and practices pertaining to the responsibilities of the position by participating in continued professional studies and professional organizations.

-Participates in local, regional, and state activities and programs to promote Kern Community College District and the community college system.

Provide leadership for the development and maintenance of a District-wide energy conservation program.
-Interprets and enforces collective bargaining agreements, as they relate to construction planning and facilities operations.

-Maintain and archives blueprints, as built plans, construction and design standards, and other construction records.

-Perform other related duties as assigned.

Education and Experience:
Bachelor’s Degree in engineering, architecture, public administration, business construction or a related technical field.

At least five years of increasing complex experience in one or more of the areas of planning, design or construction.

  • Valid California driver’s license.
  • Demonstrated sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic,
    socioeconomic, cultural, ethnic, and disability backgrounds of community college
    students and employees.
  • Substantial experience (five or more years) leading and managing a design or
    facilities division, department, or unit: as well as considerable experience working
    in or with community colleges or other institutions of higher education or
    comparable organizations.

Desirable Qualifications

  • Experience in managing capital budgeting process and coordinating project cost
    estimating.
  • Demonstrated experience in the selection and management of planning and
    design, and construction consultants.
  • Extensive experience, knowledge and demonstrated ability to organize, direct
    and successfully implement planning, design, and construction of capital projects
    in a higher education setting.
  • California Community College facility project management experience.

Note: Degrees and credits must be from accredited institutions (Title V Section 53406). Any degree from a country other than the United States, including Canada and Great Britain, must be evaluated by an evaluation service.

Note: The screening of candidates will be conducted by a screening committee. The screening committee reserves the right to limit the number of interviews granted. Meeting the minimum qualifications for a position does not assure the applicant of an interview.

Knowledge and Abilities:
Knowledge of:

  • Uniform Building Code (UPC), California Architectural Barriers Laws (CALABL), California Occupational Safety and Health Act (CALOSHA), California Public Contracts Code, American Disabilities Act (ADA), and other related statues
  • California Public Contracts Code and Education Code
  • Labor Compliance Program
  • Construction budget preparation and job cost accounting
  • Legal and practical aspects of capital project design, bidding, management, and close out of construction contracts.
  • Generally accepted architectural, planning, and construction principles and practices as related to public works and community colleges, institutions of higher education and schools.
  • Methods, practices, equipment, and supplies used in facility maintenance and construction, building and safety regulations.
  • Overall knowledge of institutional planning, design, construction methodologies, and sustainable design.
  • Leadership and management techniques and practices.
    .
    Ability to:
  • Conduct strategic planning; plan, organize, and direct staff, and resources.
  • Interact successfully and professionally with District staff at all sites, as well as external vendors, government representatives, and the public.
  • Communicate orally and in writing at an administrative level; and work collaboratively with a large and diverse group of constituents.
  • Demonstrate sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, ethnic, and disability backgrounds of community college students and employees.

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 October 22, 2019 are assured consideration. The College 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, if applicable
• 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.

Additional openings that become available prior to the end of the hiring process may also be filled from the qualified applicants.

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/12850. Emails 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
awilliam@kccd.edu
 

Other Administrative Position
Sierra College
Marketing Project Manager (Rocklin)  
  Posted Thursday, October 03, 2019
 

MARKETING PROJECT MANAGER 1920-18

MARKETING DEPARTMENT

ROCKLIN CAMPUS

Sierra College is seeking a full-time Marketing Project Manager in the Marketing 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 to ensure the District provides an inclusive educational and employment environment focused on strategies for success and equitable outcomes for all.

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 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.

Sierra College has committed to foundationally re-engineer its programs and services and eliminate equity and achievement gaps using the Guided Pathways framework.  Under administrative direction, the Marketing Project Manager is responsible for developing marketing and communication methods primarily tailored to prospective, new, and currently enrolled students to help them enroll, persist and complete their programs of study. The position manages the District’s marketing efforts, branding and college-wide student and prospective employee communications including advertising, publications, website, social media, and email, coordinating with other departments, and outside agencies and ensuring that these efforts are culturally-responsive to the populations being reached.

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. Serves as the primary custodian of marketing projects processed through the department, which includes: coordinating all aspects affecting the final product, monitoring project budgets, assuring congruence with overall District plans and objectives, advising clients on project options that can influence effectiveness and performing other related activities.
  2. Deploys marketing campaigns representative of diverse student and employee demographics to promote and support District outreach and new student enrollment and to engage and retain currently enrolled students with inclusive and representative practices; monitors, evaluates and adjusts methodology to ensure effectiveness of campaigns.
  3. Manages the full scope of activities related to the development and dissemination of a variety of marketing and communication tactics and materials developed and produced through the department, which includes the publications, videos, events, promotional partnerships, brochures and other printed collateral, print, TV, radio, and outdoor advertisements, internet advertising, direct mailings, talking points, scripts, image development and design, research, and/or other applicable items.
  4. Oversees the production of materials (utilizing an equity mindset) by providing direction to applicable individuals. Scope of responsibility includes participating in or reviewing written materials, editing, media buying, talent selection and scheduling, client relations, working with staff on social media activities, working with the team, on website issues and/or other related items.
  5. Coordinates the district’s website, branding, marketing, and multimedia and graphic design work and ensures that they are culturally-responsive; assigns work tasks and projects through effective project management.
  6. Identifies and deploys innovative program metrics and benchmarks.
  7. Works with Director of Marketing and Community Relations to develop and implement marketing goals, objectives, policies and priorities in alignment with district priorities.
  8. Ensures the department provides excellent customer service to college constituents in a timely matter.
  9. Participates in the development of the annual budget; projects funds needed for staffing, equipment, materials, and supplies; approves expenditures; implements adjustments.
  10. Works with administrators, faculty and staff to organize, implement, monitor and evaluate the marketing and communication efforts and effectiveness of service delivery methods and procedures.
  11. Provides streamlined processes to set priorities for work assignments, monitors progress, reviews work products and ensures products are delivered in a timely manner and that clients are satisfied with the product.
  12. Participates in relevant professional development; maintains awareness of new trends and developments in the field of marketing for higher education; incorporates new developments as appropriate.
  13. Recruits, hires, trains, motivates and evaluates marketing and communications staff; provides or coordinates staff training; works with employees to create goals and suggests improvements; implements discipline and termination procedures; recommends appropriate service and staffing levels.
  14. Responds to and resolves inquiries and complaints.
  15. Serves as marketing liaison with other divisions and departments and represents the Marketing and Community Relations department in a variety of on-campus meetings/events.
  16. 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.

Knowledge of:

  • Equity-minded marketing and communications strategies/practices.
  • Effective and innovative marketing and communication strategies for public educational institutions, particularly for community college students from varying backgrounds.
  • Tenets of Guided Pathways.
  • Current higher education trends in leveraging marketing for student success initiatives.
  • Social media platforms, especially Instagram and Facebook.
  • Online content marketing and social media development strategies.
  • Advanced knowledge of communication theory and basic layout and design principles.
  • Pertinent federal, state, and local laws, codes and regulations.
  • Supervisory concepts and practices, including organizational and motivational techniques.
  • Collaborative problem solving and conflict resolution techniques.
  • Principles and practices of program development and administration.
  • Principles and practices of budget preparation and administration.
  • Principles and practices of supervision, training and performance evaluation.
  • Principles and practices of project management.
  • Office procedures, methods, and equipment including computers and applicable software applications such as word processing, spreadsheets, and databases.
  • 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.  

Ability to:

  • Oversee and participate in the management of comprehensive strategic marketing and communication programs for higher education.
  • Apply an equity-minded framework and ensure programs, services and processes are designed and delivered to meet the varying needs of all constituents.
  • Analyze situations accurately and adopt an effective course of marketing and/or communication strategy and action.
  • Maintain proficient technical computer skills, advanced knowledge of communication theory and basic layout and design principle
  • Interact and work effectively with a diverse population utilizing exceptional interpersonal and intercultural skills in a highly collaborative environment.
  • Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
  • Oversee, direct and coordinate the work of staff.
  • Administer large program budgets and prepare clear and concise reports.
  • Respond tactfully, clearly, concisely and appropriately to inquiries.
  • Analyze problems, identify alternative solutions, project consequences of proposed actions and implement recommendations in support of goals.
  • Meet critical deadlines while working with frequent interruptions.
  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships.
  • 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.
  • Work unpredictable hours, including some evenings and weekends.

Education and Experience GuidelinesAny 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:

Bachelor’s degree in Marketing or Communications or a related field.

Experience:

Two or more years in marketing, advertising, brand management, and communication.

 

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 $84,123.69 per year with annual increases. The District offers a very competitive benefits package, which includes health & welfare as well as income protection, including retirement. 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 per Board approval.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

Required Documents

Please include:

  1. A Sierra College application,
  2. A resume, and
  3. A cover letter of no more than 4 pages that addresses:
    1. The transferable experience, knowledge, skills and abilities you possess that align with the Marketing Project Manager responsibilities and qualifications listed on the job announcement.
    2. What culturally-inclusive/equity-minded practices/strategies would you incorporate into this role?
    3. Evidence of responsiveness to and understanding of the racial, socioeconomic, academic, and cultural diversity in the workplace, including individuals with different ability statuses (e.g., physical and/or learning) as these factors relate to the need for equity-minded practice in the campus community.

Candidates must submit a Sierra College Online Application available at:

https://sierracollege.hiretouch.com/

DEADLINE:    Applications must be received by the Sierra College Human Resources Department no later than

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24TH, 2019.   LATE OR INCOMPLETE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED. Please note that letters of reference may be utilized during the reference checking process, but will not be provided to the hiring committee.

TRAVEL EXPENSES BORNE BY THE CANDIDATE

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 BLVD

ROCKLIN, CA  95677

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

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

Contact:

Brittani Kelly
Sierra College
5100 Sierra College Blvd
Rocklin CA 95677
US
Phone: 9166607106
bkelly8@sierracollege.edu
 

FT/Tenure Track Instructor - Physics     Posted Thursday, October 03, 2019
 

FT/Tenure Track Instructor - Physics

Salary: $62,407 - $130,032

Deadline: January 31, 2020

Please click on the link below to review the detailed job bulletin: https://www.schooljobs.com/careers/smcacademic/jobs/2585730/ft-tenure-track-instructor-physics?pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

Job Duties

Teach and develop lecture and laboratory physics courses from the descriptive through calculus-based levels, in particular including the physics course sequence for engineering majors, Physics 21, 22, 23 and 24; develop physics laboratory experiments, demonstrations and student-centered activities; implement and maintain lower division physics course offerings aligned with transfer requirements in STEM fields; participate in the college's STEM academic support programs that are designed to facilitate student transfer to 4-year colleges and/or employment in STEM fields, focusing particularly on Latinx, African-American and female student populations; maintain office hours; participate in the development and evaluation of curriculum and course materials, selection of textbooks, academic and career advisement, student learning outcome (SLO) development and assessment, departmental program review, professional development programs, peer evaluation, and other departmental and college initiatives.

Minimum Qualifications

Master's degree in physics, astronomy, or astrophysics OR bachelor's degree in physics or astronomy AND master's degree in engineering, mathematics, meteorology, or geophysics OR the equivalent* OR possession of an appropriate valid California Community College Credential authorizing service in the specified subject area(s).

Evidence of sensitivity to and understanding of the socioeconomic, 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

Evidence of successful implementation of equity practices in the classroom, including experience in utilizing effective practices for enhancing the success of underrepresented populations in STEM fields, including African American, Latinx, Native American, other racial minorities, and women.

College level teaching experience in physics lecture and laboratory courses, especially in the lower division, including any experience in creation of effective student-centered undergraduate physics activities;;

Demonstrated skill in communicating effectively with college students and professional colleagues;

Knowledge of current advances and practices in physics education research and experience applying them in college-level classes;

Recent participation in professional development programs or post-graduate degree programs designed to enhance pedagogical effectiveness and extra-curricular support for students preparing to enter STEM higher-education classrooms and laboratories as well as allied health professions.

Additional Information

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

FT/Tenure Track Instructor - Life Sciences     Posted Thursday, October 03, 2019
 

FT/Tenure Track Instructor - Life Sciences (Cell & Evolutionary Biology)

Salary: $62,407 - $130,032

Deadline: December 13, 2019

Please click on the link below to review the detailed job bulletin: https://www.schooljobs.com/careers/smcacademic/jobs/2585693/ft-tenure-track-instructor-life-sciences-cell-evolutionary-biology?pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

Job Duties

The Life Sciences Department invites highly qualified applicants for a full-time, tenure track position to teach lecture and laboratory courses in Cellular Biology & Evolution, Molecular Biology & Genetics for Biology majors, and General Biology for non-majors. The successful candidate will use an interdisciplinary approach to provide students majoring in Biology with the advanced knowledge and skills needed for continued studies in laboratory sciences, for future studies in medicine & basic research, or for a related science profession. The candidate will also teach lecture & laboratory courses in General Biology for non-major students with a broad & current perspective of biology. The candidate will provide the highest quality of instruction and mentorship to our diverse student population; maintain academic relevance and expertise on scientific topics through the review of current literature and/or research activities; participate in exemplary course and materials development. The candidate will collaborate with colleagues to continually update and strengthen the majors' and non-majors' biology programs at the College, and demonstrate flexibility with their teaching schedule to accommodate departmental needs. The candidate will maintain office hours; participate in departmental activities including, but not limited to, departmental meetings, faculty evaluations, staff development programs, academic & career advisement; and participate in college committeesand other activities. The instructor must have a commitment to creating an equitable student experience, and effectively teach students with diverse learning styles.

Minimum Qualifications

Master's in any biological science OR Bachelor's in any biological science AND Master's in biochemistry, biophysics, or marine science OR the equivalent OR possession of an appropriate valid California Community College Credential authorizing service in the specified subject area(s). (NOTE: Courses in the use of computer programs for application to a particular discipline may be classified, for the minimum qualification purposes, under the discipline of the application.) 

Evidence of sensitivity to and understanding of the socioeconomic, 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

PhD or EdD training or experience in cellular biology, molecular biology, genetics and/or evolution; demonstrated skills in, & enthusiasm for, teaching biological science courses at the college level; computer literacy & experience developing technology-related teaching methods. Knowledge of experiential learning & interactive teaching methods.

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

FT/Tenure Track Instructor - Life Sciences     Posted Thursday, October 03, 2019
 

FT/Tenure Track Instructor - Life Sciences (Anatomy and Physiology)

Salary: $62,407 - $130,032

Deadline: December 13, 2019

Please click on the link below to review the detailed job bulletin: https://www.schooljobs.com/careers/smcacademic/jobs/2585684/ft-tenure-track-instructor-life-sciences-anatomy-and-physiology?pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

Job Duties

Teach lecture/laboratory courses in human anatomy and physiology; teach student prosection of human cadavers in an advanced anatomy course; teach histology with microscopes; coordinate speakers from allied-health careers; accept flexibility in assigned teaching schedule to accommodate departmental needs; participate in course development and in the creation of course and laboratory materials; supervise the acquisition and maintenance of course materials; supervise student projects and help sessions; assess student learning outcomes and participate in efforts to refine pedagogical methods to enhance student success; assist in the development of instructional strategies designed to close equity gaps experienced by African Americans, Latinx, Native Americans, and other disproportionately impacted students;  coordinate learning and skills goals with allied health and vocational programs such as nursing and respiratory therapy; maintain office hours; participate in departmental activities including, but not limited to, departmental meetings, faculty evaluation, staff development programs, academic and career advisement, and STEM student success initiatives; participate in campus governance and committees.     

Minimum Qualifications

Master's in any biological science OR Bachelor's in any biological science AND Master's in biochemistry, biophysics, or marine science OR the equivalent OR possession of an appropriate valid California Community College Credential authorizing service in the specified subject area(s). (NOTE: Courses in the use of computer programs for application to a particular discipline may be classified, for the minimum qualification purposes, under the discipline of the application.)

 Evidence of sensitivity to and understanding of the socioeconomic, 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

MD or PhD training &/or experience in anatomy, physiology and related allied health programs; demonstrated skills in, & enthusiasm for, teaching at the college level; computer literacy & experience developing technology-related teaching methods. Knowledge of experiential learning & interactive teaching methods.

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

FT/Tenure Track Instructor - Fashion Design     Posted Thursday, October 03, 2019
 

FT/Tenure Track Instructor - Fashion Design

Salary: $62,407 - $130,032

Deadline: February 10, 2020

Please click on the link below to review the detailed job bulletin: https://www.schooljobs.com/careers/smcacademic/jobs/2585756/ft-tenure-track-instructor-fashion-design?pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

Job Duties

Teach a wide variety of fashion related courses in foundation and advanced fashion design, construction, current industry production, and merchandising; participate in numerous non-teaching departmental activities including, but not limited to, department meetings, academic and career advisement, course development, staff development programs, advisory committee meetings, faculty evaluations, sewing lab advanced development and management, professional development, scholarly/creative activities related to fashion education and the fashion industry to cultivate professional liaisons, internships/career development, and service to the college community. Ideal candidates will demonstrate the ability to teach challenging, current industry technical skills to a diverse community college student body.

Minimum Qualifications

Bachelor's and two years of professional experience or any Associate degree and six years of professional experience OR the equivalent* OR possession of an appropriate valid California Community College Credential authorizing service in the specified subject area(s).

Evidence of sensitivity to and understanding of the socioeconomic, 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

Professional experience in the fashion industry and teaching experience at the college level, with an emphasis in Fashion Design - from concept to production level construction, pattern drafting, draping, advanced design, and in the following areas: Apparel Technology (experience in the use of computer technology, i.e., PLM, CAD, and/or various fashion industry software programs; knowledge of Tech Packs, Specs) and Fashion Show Production (experience in leading collections as well as the actual show presentation). For use in cultivating internships/job placement for fashion students, professional/established relationships with LA-based fashion and/or entertainment industry are a plus. Evidence of sensitivity to and understanding of the issues surrounding globalization, environmental sustainability, the socio-economic, academic, cultural and ethnic diversity within the community college student population including students with physical and/or learning disabilities as these factors relate to differences in learning styles.

 Evidence of successful implementation of equity practices in the classroom, including experience in utilizing effective practices for enhancing the success of underrepresented populations in STEM fields, including African American, Latinx, Native American, other racial minorities, and women.

 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

FT/Tenure Track Instructor - Computer Science     Posted Thursday, October 03, 2019
 

FT/Tenure Track Instructor - Computer Science (Cybersecurity)

Salary: $62,407 - $130,032

Deadline: Monday, February 10, 2020

Please click on the link below to review the detailed job bulletin: https://www.schooljobs.com/careers/smcacademic/jobs/2585654/ft-tenure-track-instructor-computer-science-cybersecurity?pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

Job Duties

-Teach in at least four of the following areas: cybersecurity, networking, cloud computing, ethical hacking, digital forensics, system hardening and risk analysis.

- Coordinate, plan, prepare, present, evaluate, and deliver classroom and online/hybrid instruction and related activities using multiple teaching methodologies.

- Develop and revise curriculum in keeping with industry trends;

- Maintain currency in the computer science and cybersecurity fields;

- Assist in the growth and success of a diverse population of students through careful preparation of course materials, effective teaching methodologies, and informed critical feedback on assignments and discussion;

- Develop and file appropriate syllabi for each course taught, ensuring that each syllabus conforms to approved curriculum, has appropriate content and pedagogy, and reflects currency in field;

- Recommend textbooks and other instructional materials, especially zero cost options, as well as  classroom and laboratory equipment to the department;

- Keep students informed about their progress through the prompt evaluation and grading of assignments;

- Maintain and report accurate and complete scholastic records, including attendance records;

- Participate in program and curriculum review and development;

- Develop and assess student learning and program level outcomes;

- Utilize the results of student learning outcomes assessment to make improvements in teaching and learning;

- Post and maintain office hours for student consultations;

- Participate in student recruitment and articulation programs;

- Participate in faculty recruitment and peer evaluation;

- Collegially participate in department, college, and discipline-specific activities;

- Participate in assignments and activities that support accreditation, institutional planning, and institutional effectiveness;

- Participate in college governance, including serving on various committees;

- Participate in local, state, regional, and national professional activities and organizations;

- Attend faculty meetings, college assemblies, professional development and orientation activities, and other meetings as called by the department chair, vice president, superintendent/president, or designee;

- Assist and participate in departmental activities to help the discipline grow and stay current with industry trends;

- Establish partnerships with organizations and businesses to setup internships and job-based learning opportunities for our students.

Minimum Qualifications

Master's in computer science or computer engineering OR bachelor's in either of the above AND master's in mathematics, cybernetics, business administration, accounting or engineering OR bachelor's in engineering AND master's in cybernetics, engineering, mathematics, or business administration OR bachelor's in mathematics AND master's in cybernetics, engineering, mathematics, or business administration OR bachelor's degree in any of the above AND a master's degree in information science, computer information systems, or information systems OR the equivalent OR possession of an appropriate valid California Community College Credential authorizing service in the specified subject area(s). (NOTE: Courses in the use of computer programs for application to a particular discipline may be classified, for the minimum qualification purposes, under the discipline of the application.)

Evidence of sensitivity to and understanding of the socioeconomic, 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

Teaching experience in beginning and intermediate level computer networking.

Hold industry recognized cyber certifications such as CISSP, Security+ or CCNA Security; Working knowledge of cloud computing services (Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure).

Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing;

Ability to maintain subject matter currency.

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

FT/Tenure Track Instructor - Chemistry     Posted Thursday, October 03, 2019
 

FT/Tenure Track Instructor - Chemistry

Salary: $62,407 - $130,032

Deadline: Friday, January 31, 2020

Please click on the link below to review the detailed job bulletin: https://www.schooljobs.com/careers/smcacademic/jobs/2585580/ft-tenure-track-instructor-chemistry?pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

Job Duties

This chemistry instructor will teach both introductory (Chemistry 10) and a one-semester general/organic/biochemistry course (Chem 19), including lectures and laboratories.  In addition, they will assist in the development of laboratory experiments and demonstrations for chemistry courses; assist with the assessment of student learning outcomes and analysis of assessment data; keep abreast of current trends in chemistry education; assist in the selection and maintenance of common laboratory instrumentation; participate in departmental activities including but not limited to curriculum development, textbook evaluation and selection, mentoring and evaluation of peers, professional development activities, compliance with laboratory safety protocols, and development and implementation of department policies; and participate in college-wide activities by serving on campus committees and/or advising student clubs.

Minimum Qualifications

Master's degree in chemistry OR bachelor's degree in chemistry or biochemistry AND master's degree in n biochemistry, chemical engineering, chemical physics, physics, molecular biology or geochemistry OR the equivalent* OR possession of an appropriate valid California Community College Credential authorizing service in the specified subject area(s). Evidence of sensitivity to and understanding of the socioeconomic, 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

College level teaching experience in chemistry lecture and laboratory courses, especially in the lower division, including any experience working with students in introductory chemistry classes and classes that support the allied health field; 

Demonstrated skill in communicating effectively with college students and professional colleagues; 

Knowledge of current advances and practices in chemistry education research and experience applying them in college-level classes, including utilization of a variety of teaching methods, including interactive methods, and developing lab experiments;

Recent participation in professional development programs or post-graduate degree programs designed to enhance pedagogical effectiveness and extra-curricular support for students preparing to enter STEM higher-education classrooms and laboratories as well as allied health professions.

Ph.D. degree in chemistry; background in inorganic, organic, or physical chemistry, biochemistry, or chemical education; other postgraduate studies and/or research in chemistry or chemical education.

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

FT/Tenure Track Instructor - Art History     Posted Thursday, October 03, 2019
 

FT/Tenure Track Instructor - Art History

Salary: $62,407 - $130,032

Deadline: Tuesday, December 3, 2019

Please click on the link below to review the detailed job bulletin: https://www.schooljobs.com/careers/smcacademic/jobs/2585527/ft-tenure-track-instructor-art-history?pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs 

Job Duties

The Art History program in the Santa Monica College Art Department seeks to provide outstanding instruction that propels our students to success in whatever they endeavor.  We embrace an equity mindset as essential for both pedagogy and content when teaching art history and visual culture.

 The successful candidate will teach courses in Art History and maintain office hours; participate in Art Department activities including, but not limited to department meetings, advisory committee meetings, curriculum development, zero text cost (ZTC) initiatives, faculty evaluation, academic and career advisement for students, development and assessment of student learning outcomes, departmental program review, and staff development programs.  The candidate will be actively involved in college, department and faculty organizational activities, including but not limited to institutional learning outcomes and the supporting goals and strategic initiatives of the college, especially closing racial equity gaps within the discipline at SMC.

Minimum Qualifications

Master's in art history, history of art and architecture, or visual culture/visual studies OR bachelor's in art history and master's in history OR master's in art with a recorded emphasis or concentration in art history OR the equivalent * OR possession of an appropriate valid California Community College Credential authorizing service in the specified subject area(s).  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

Our curriculum is undergraduate lower division transfer and candidates should have experience teaching at this level and demonstrate sensitivity to and understanding of the socio-economic, academic, cultural and ethnic diversity within the community college student population, including students with physical and/or learning disabilities as these factors relate to differences in learning styles. Candidates should have a growth mindset in their pedagogy and demonstrate a love for working with students who might have opportunity gaps.   

 

Candidates with degrees in related disciplines such as Archaeology, Visual Culture, Ethnic Studies, Cultural Studies etc. are encouraged to apply if their teaching and research interests primarily engage with the study of visual objects and monuments that can support a traditional art history curriculum.

 Candidates should demonstrate  expertise in teaching in two or more of the following areas: Survey Western Art I (Cave paintings to Gothic), Survey of Western Art II (Renaissance to present) African Art, Asian Art, Latin American Art I (Ancient to Western Contact), Latin American Art II (Colonial to present day), Architectural History I (Prehistory to 1840) Architectural History II (1840-present) & Identity Politics (Race, Gender, Class, Ethnicity, Sexuality).

 Art History is a growing and active discipline within the college. Any additional experience building and managing arts related programs should be outlined along with roles, responsibilities and skill sets.

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 of Business & Administrative Services     Posted Thursday, October 03, 2019
 

Director of Business and Administrative Services

Salary Range: $122,813 - $145,142/yr.

Application Deadline: **OPEN UNTIL FILLED: First Review Date: OCTOBER 15, 2019. IN ORDER TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THE FIRST SCREENING, APPLICATION MATERIALS MUST BE SUBMITTED NO LATER THAN 11:59 PM PST ON OCTOBER 14, 2019.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

• In consultation with the President and other administrators, prepares the annual budget for the College and establishes control programs and systems to assure compliance with allocations. Prepares revisions to the budget as required.

• Develops and provides periodic budget reports and financial projections to management staff.

• Formulates campus business policies ensuring compliance with applicable statutes, regulations, internal accounting, purchasing, payroll and fiscal reporting policies and procedures.

• Advises campus community of changes to finance office rules.

• Oversees the work of the department and directs fiscal and general business activities, including custodial services, time sheets, requisitions, duplicating services, telephone and switchboard operations, cash collection and disbursement of funds.

• Consistent with District policies, procedures and union agreements, establishes and supervises college activities related to records maintenance, selection, evaluation, discipline and grievance processing for classified personnel.

• Works with budgetary units, college budget advisory committee, campus leaders and appropriate planning committees in the development of the college budget within district policies, regulations, formulas and consistent with college planning.

• Recommends and monitors achievement of the appropriate reserve levels within the budget to address long-term needs and year-to-year carryover.

• Coordinates with district officials in the oversight of the college/district food services program contract and works directly with the vendor partner to assure the success of the program for the college.

• Provides leadership in the effort to ensure diversity and cultural inclusiveness in the administrative services functions of the college.

• Serves as primary fiscal resource to college planning committees for individual building projects.

• Serves on College Council, College Budget Committee and possibly Peralta Budget Committee.

• Provides institutional support for health and safety programs and committees and acts as chair of College health and safety committees.

• Serves as primary fiscal resource person for College management of grant agreements and other external financial and service relationships.

• Acts as liaison between the College and District Administrative and Financial Services Offices and advises in the development of District policy, administrative procedures and appropriate regulations.

• Maintains campus equipment inventory control records in coordination with District records and procedures.

• Serves on the President’s Executive Council and college governance committees; participates in the development of policies and goals.

• Performs others duties as assigned by the College President.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

1. A Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university in business, accounting or a related field and three (3) years of experience in business administration, including accounting, purchasing, budget planning and management.

2. Knowledge and proficiency in the operation and use of personal computers utilizing various software applications (i.e., word processing, spreadsheet and database management software) including the Internet.

3. Knowledge of public finance and business administration.

4. Evidence of the ability to work effectively as a team member with top-level management.

5. Evidence of successful working relationship with employees, managers, administrators and members of the community.

6. Experience in, knowledge of, or the ability to understand the following:

o The relationship and interaction of a community college and various community special interest groups.
o The technicalities of budgeting and the relationship of finance to the District operation in a multi-campus district.
o The Education Code and other State, Federal and local regulations as they apply to the management of a college and its special programs.
o California Community College System, including the system’s financial accounting requirements.

7. Applicant must have demonstrated cultural competency, sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, and ethnic backgrounds of community college staff, faculty, and students.

DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS 

• A Master’s Degree from an accredited college or university in business, accounting or a related field.

To apply for this position, please visit our career site at: http://peraltaccd.peopleadmin.com/postings/4744

We are an EOE

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Sierra College
Program Director, Dual Enrollment  
  Posted Wednesday, October 02, 2019
 

PROGRAM DIRECTOR, DUAL ENROLLMENT 1920-15

INSTRUCTION OFFICE

ROCKLIN CAMPUS

Open Date: 9/27/19

Close Date: 10/18/19

Sierra College is seeking a full-time Program Director, Dual Enrollment in the Instruction Office. 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 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 College dedicated to the use of culturally responsive strategies and methods that meet the varying needs of our students, faculty, staff, and surrounding community. 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.

Sierra College is committed to Guided Pathways to increase student achievement and timely goal completion and to close equity gaps.  In that spirit, the Program Director is responsible to ensure areas of oversight afford an inclusive educational and employment environment and are focused on equitable outcomes for all.  Underthe administrative direction of an assigned Educational Administrator, this position provides leadership and operational direction for the college’s Dual Enrollment program. The position establishes and reviews internal policies and procedures while ensuring compliance with Title 5 and District policies as well as other applicable State, Federal laws and regulations, while performing the more technical and complex tasks relative to assigned areas of responsibility. 

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. The Program Director must demonstrate a profound understanding of and experience with successfully supporting individuals with varying backgrounds. This includes persons with disabilities, various gender identities, sexual orientation, individuals from historically underrepresented communities and other groups to ensure the District provides strategies for success and pro-active, student-centered practices and policies committed to eliminating equity gaps and promoting a college-going culture.

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. Lead the development, implementation, supervision, and evaluation of all Dual Enrollment efforts working with Dual Enrollment Faculty Coordinator(s), Enrollment Services Outreach Manager, and other Instructional and Student Services Faculty and Staff as well as High School partners.
  2. Work collaboratively with Sierra College Instructional Division Deans and Department Chairs as well as High School District and campus leadership to develop dual enrollment course offerings as well as establish and evaluate Dual Enrolment Pathways with a goal of creating seamless pathways and a college going culture aligned with achieving student equity goals.
  3. Work with Dual Enrollment Faculty Coordinator(s) to implement robust professional development programing for all dual enrollment stakeholders including Sierra College and High School Partner faculty and staff.
  4. Coordinate hiring, training, and evaluation of all new and returning dual enrollment faculty in conjunction with Dual Enrollment Faculty Coordinator(s) and Division Offices.
  5. In conjunction with the Instruction Office and Enrollment Services, assist with leadership of Sierra College’s Articulation and Academic Enrichment program operations, policies, and procedures.
  6. Provide data development, collection, and analysis on all dual enrollment efforts to assist with program evaluation and direction. Complete annual reports for California Community College Chancellors Office.
  7. In alignment with District student success and equity goals, establish, monitor, and report on programmatic goals for Dual Enrollment program including targets for student and courses, equity specific goals, and student success metrics. Collaborate with College stakeholders and K-12 partners to synthesize goals and data for program improvements and adjustments.
  8. Align Sierra College Dual Enrollment programming to National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships (NACEP) Accreditation Standards.
  9. Manage Dual Enrollment Budget with assistance from designated Administrative Assistant.
  10. Assist Executive Dean and Vice President with the creation and approvals of Instructional Services Agreements with High School partners.
  11. Assist Enrollment Services and Marketing with outreach and recruitment efforts, materials, and communication related to Dual Enrollment Program ensuring equity-mindedness.
  12. Interpret, articulate, implement and monitor compliance with federal and state requirements, local Board and Administrative Policies, applicable human resources, and business services processes.
  13. Attend, participate, and represent the college in relevant professional conferences, associations, and trainings related to student equity and success; attend, participate and represent the college in K12 and college partnership meetings; maintain awareness of new trends and developments regarding integrative planning and community college initiatives.
  14. Perform other related duties as assigned.

 

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.

Knowledge of:

  • Pertinent federal, state and local laws, codes and regulations pertaining to K-12 and Community College Partnerships.
  • Current higher education, retention and success trends, issues, strategies, regulations and compliance in the state, regionally and nationally.
  • Higher Education and K-12 educational systems including policies, guidelines, and standards regarding Dual Enrollment programs.
  • 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.
  • Collaborative problem solving and conflict resolution techniques.
  • Accounting and budgeting methods, audit procedures, statistics, and data interpretation.
  • Management concepts and practices, including change management, organizational and motivational techniques.
  • Personnel management practices and techniques of supervision and staff evaluation.
  • Employment processes, collective bargaining processes, data collection, and report writing.
  • Laws, regulations, and legislation relevant to assigned program areas.
  • Safety practices.

 

Ability to:

  • Manage and direct the activities of and provide effective leadership for a Dual Enrollment program.
  • Envision, develop and maintain short and long-term strategic plans.
  • Coordinate and direct student success programs for general and specific identifiable student populations.
  • Apply an equity-minded framework and ensure programs, services and processes are designed and delivered to assist with the recruitment and support the varying needs of all students.
  • Supervise, organize, and review the work of assigned staff involved in the development, implementation, and evaluation of Dual Enrollment programming.
  • Recommend and implement goals, objectives, policies and procedures for providing dual enrollment coursework and programming that is culturally-responsive to the populations being reached.
  • Analyze problems, identify alternative solutions, project consequences of proposed actions, and implement recommendations in support of goals.
  • Participate in the preparation and administration of assigned budgets. 
  • Promote comprehensive solutions involving a diverse body of stakeholders.
  • Bridge gaps between Sierra College and High School partners.
  • Conduct ongoing research and evaluation of best practices.
  • Identify and respond to sensitive organizational issues, concerns, and needs.
  • Plan, organize, direct, and coordinate the work of assigned staff.
  • Compile data and prepare accurate reports.
  • Demonstrate an awareness and appreciation of the cultural diversity of the community.
  • Adhere to critical deadlines while working with frequent interruptions.
  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships.
  • Commit to equity and student success.
  • Interact and work effectively with a diverse population utilizing exceptional interpersonal and intercultural skills.
  • Perform consistently under the pressure of deadlines and other administrative demands.
  • Plan and manage in an environment of shared governance.
  • Demonstrate integrity and consistency.
  • Communicate effectively verbally and in writing.
  • Effectively coordinate group work efforts.
  • Effectively utilize social/interpersonal skills.
  • Utilize listening and negotiating skills.
  • Interact effectively with District faculty and staff, and the community.
  • Set priorities and establish goals and objectives.
  • Organize work and manage time effectively.
  • Conduct effective meetings.

 Education and Experience GuidelinesAny 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 Master’s degree from an accredited college or university.

Experience: 

  • Two (2) years of experience or the equivalent preferably with Dual Enrollment programs or minimally in one or more of the following fields.
  • Administration of a program for students transitioning into in an institution of higher education.
  • Teaching, counseling, or administration in secondary or higher education, working predominantly in programs related to college and career readiness.
  • Administrative or supervisory experience in industry, government, public agencies, the military, or private social welfare organizations, in which the responsibilities of the position were predominantly or exclusively related to dual enrollment.

 

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 and requires occasional travel to local high school districts and campuses.

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 walk, 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 $114,204.02 per year with annual increases. The District offers a very competitive benefits package, which includes health & welfare as well as income protection, including retirement. 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 per Board approval.

 

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

Required Documents

Please include:

  • A Sierra College application, and
  • A cover letter of no more than 4 pages that addresses:
    • The transferable experience, knowledge, skills and abilities to serve as a Program Director, Dual Enrollment.

    • What culturally-inclusive/equity-minded practices/strategies would you incorporate into this role?
    • Evidence of responsiveness to and understanding of the racial, socioeconomic, academic, and cultural diversity in the workplace, including individuals with different ability statuses (e.g., physical and/or learning) as these factors relate to the need for equity-minded practice in the campus community. 

Candidates must submit a Sierra College Online Application available at:

https://sierracollege.hiretouch.com/

 If you have any questions regarding the application, please contact Brittani Kelly at (916) 660-7106 or bkelly8@sierracollege.edu.

 

DEADLINE:    Applications must be received by the Sierra College Human Resources Department no later than FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18TH, 2019.   LATE OR INCOMPLETE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED. Please note that letters of reference may be utilized during the reference checking process, but will not be provided to the hiring committee.

TRAVEL EXPENSES BORNE BY THE CANDIDATE

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 BLVD

ROCKLIN, CA  95677

(916) 660-7105

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

Contact:

Brittani Kelly
Sierra College
5100 Sierra College Blvd
Rocklin CA 95677
US
Phone: 9166607106
bkelly8@sierracollege.edu
 

Palomar College
Director, Human Resources  
  Posted Wednesday, October 02, 2019
 


Director, Human Resources
Department: Human Resource Services (Dept)
Palomar College

 

Date Opened: 09/30/2019
Close Date: 10/28/2019

Primary Function:

Under the administrative direction of the Assistant Superintendent/Vice President, Human Resource Services, directs, manages, supervises, and coordinates the daily activities and operations of Human Resource Services including personnel operations, employee health and welfare programs, employee relations, risk management, Worker’s Compensation, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliance, and collaborates with other Human Resource Services administrators in ensuring equal employment opportunity compliance and administration; coordinates assigned activities with other departments, divisions, and outside agencies; and provides highly responsible and complex administrative support to the Assistant Superintendent/Vice President, Human Resource Services.

Salary: $9,158.56 [step 1] – $11,155.96 [step 5]. Starting salary is negotiable dependent upon education and experience. In addition, administrators that possess earned doctorates from accredited institutions are awarded an annual stipend of $1,520.90.

Benefits: Full-time employees receive fully-paid benefits including medical, dental, and vision insurance for employees and dependents; life, disability, and long-term care insurance; and sick leave, vacation and paid holidays. Estimated value of these employer-paid benefits is approximately $29,726 annually. All full-time classified administrators are enrolled in CalPERS (California Public Employees Retirement System).

Minimum Qualifications:

To be eligible for this position, you must meet and provide evidence of the following minimum qualifications:

• Experience: Five years of professional human resources experience, including three years of supervisory/management experience.

NOTE:

o For work experience, a “year” is defined as equivalent to 40 hours per week for 12 months.

o If the position requires supervisory experience, the experience must be at a professional level (i.e. evaluation and/or discipline of staff).

AND

• Education: A bachelor’s degree with major coursework in human resources, industrial/organizational psychology, business administration, or a related field.

Only coursework completed at, and degrees awarded by, accredited institutions recognized by the U.S. Department of Education will be considered as satisfying the minimum qualifications. Coursework and degrees that are completed outside of the United States are required to have transcripts evaluated (evaluation to U.S. equivalency and a course by course analysis) by an appropriate U.S. credentials evaluation service. For a list of credentials evaluation agencies accepted by Palomar College, visit the National Association of Credentials Evaluation Services (NACES) website at www.naces.org, or the Association of International Credential Evaluators, Inc. (AICE) website at http://aice-eval.org/.

Diversity Statement: Position requires cultural competency which includes the 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.

To Apply: Visit https://palomar.peopleadmin.com/postings/20738 for full details and required application materials.

About the District:
Palomar College, founded in 1946, is a comprehensive, two-year community college that serves the greater North San Diego County region. Palomar College offers over 200 associate’s degree and certificate programs to approximately 30,000 full- and part-time students. A favorite in the community among local institutions of higher education, Palomar College recently ranked #1 in community colleges in San Diego County in the San Diego’s Best of 2016 Readers Poll. And, Palomar College is just 12 miles from the glistening Pacific Ocean and 30 miles away from all of the exciting cultural activities that sunny San Diego has to offer.

Palomar College is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE).

Contact:

Human Resources
Palomar College
CA
ahayman@palomar.edu
 

Other Administrative Position
Sierra College
Instructional Assistant - Chemistry (Rocklin)  
  Posted Wednesday, October 02, 2019
 

INSTRUCTIONAL ASSISTANT – CHEMISTRY 1920-14

SCIENCES & MATHEMATICS DIVISION

ROCKLIN CAMPUS

Sierra College is seeking a full-time Instructional Assistant - Chemistry in the Sciences and Mathematics Division. 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 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 College dedicated to the use of culturally responsive strategies and methods that meet the varying needs of our students, faculty, staff, and surrounding community. 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 direction of an assigned manager, the Instruction Assistant—Chemistry provides a full range of instructional support to the Chemistry Department’s faculty, students, and staff requiring in-depth knowledge of subject area. This position provides tutorial assistance to students in a classroom or laboratory setting; provides assistance to students and staff in the use of technology; maintains equipment in assigned labs; supervises and provides training to students and/or other temporary workers; and performs a variety of other duties as needed to provide technical and teaching assistance to support instructional program laboratory activities.

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. Prepares laboratory experiments; reads syllabi to prioritize duties and organize timeline for laboratory preparation; discusses specifics of experiments with instructors; reads laboratory manuals to understand concepts and prepare proper equipment and reagents; prepares and standardizes chemicals and solutions; maintains, repairs, and calibrates equipment, apparatus, and instrumentation used for experiments; troubleshoots and corrects inconsistencies and problems with laboratory experiments; prepares and distributes “unknown” samples to students and instructors; collects, cleans, and restocks equipment and glassware when experiments are finished; cleans laboratory rooms.
  2. Handles hazardous chemicals and waste following OSHA and CalOSHA regulations regarding the proper handling, storage, waste treatment, and disposal of chemicals; cleans up hazardous chemical spillage; collects and processes hazardous wastes from laboratory experiments; maintains separation of incompatible chemicals; combines compatible chemical waste for storage and performs stabilization treatment of hazardous waste until removal; performs detailed labeling of hazardous chemical waste storage bottles; updates and tracks Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) materials for all chemicals.
  3. Ensures safe laboratory practices are followed; monitors students’ activities in the laboratories to ensure health and safety of all persons; monitors laboratory environment to ensure spills are treated appropriately and all hazards are minimized; ensures safety rules are followed by students; tests eye washes and showers to ensure proper working condition; ensures current insurance carrier safety requirements are met.
  4. Maintains supply lists and orders supplies; coordinates with instructors to determine current and future needs and how best to meet them; coordinates with vendors to obtain quotes and information about supplies; researches and compares chemical and equipment pricing and technical aspects of instruments; reviews advantages and disadvantages of products and chooses products in consultation with managers and instructors; completes requisitions for supplies, orders products from vendors, and obtains supplies available at local stores; tracks orders; returns defective merchandise and obtains replacements; stocks and maintains forms; updates and organizes master supply lists; collaborates with other areas of the college to borrow, lend, or trade equipment and supplies.
  5. Monitors and documents all chemicals and supplies in the department; obtains and utilizes appropriate forms to document and report all chemicals in the department; appropriately labels and stores all chemicals to ensure compatibility and safe storage; obtains, tracks, and supplies to appropriate authorities Chemical Abstract Registry numbers and Material Safety Data Sheets for all chemicals in the department.
  6. Maintains and repairs departmental laboratories, stockrooms, and classrooms; performs minor repairs; places, tracks, and follows-up on work orders for more major repairs and maintenance of equipment; cleans and maintains equipment and facilities.
  7. Provides a variety of support and assistance to students and the department; organizes, assigns, and maintains student equipment lockers; applies and releases holds on student records in accordance with established District policies and procedures; refers incoming departmental telephone calls to appropriate party; communicates with companies and individuals regarding donating equipment; answers questions from the public and other entities; participates in preparation of grant proposals and the administration of grants.
  8. Recruits, hires, trains, and schedules students and other temporary employees; provides assignments and detailed instructions; monitors work performed and takes appropriate action; completes and processes time sheets and other necessary paperwork; monitors hours worked and budgets.
  9. 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.

Knowledge of:

  • Chemical principles including general, analytical, organic, and inorganic chemistry as well as biochemistry.
  • Chemical properties including reactivities, solubilities, toxicities, flash points, vapor pressures, compatibilities, and chemical grading techniques.
  • Chemical nomenclature including International Union for Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) conventions as well as common names of organic and inorganic reagents.
  • Operational characteristics of laboratory apparatus, instruments, equipment, and materials pertaining to assigned laboratory and subject area.
  • Mathematical principles and scientific concepts including those related to the preparation of chemical solutions and compounds.
  • Theories, concepts, principles, applications, and techniques used in chemistry laboratories.
  • Laboratory safety protocols and procedures including proper handling and disposal of hazardous materials.
  • Office procedures, methods, and equipment including applicable computer hardware and software applications such as word processing, spreadsheets, and database management.
  • Basic inventory processes and procedures.
  • English usage, spelling, grammar, and punctuation.
  • Principles of lead supervision and training.
  • Research techniques.
  • Occupational hazards and standard safety practices.

Ability to:

  • Prepare primary standard solutions and standardize solutions to within five parts per thousand using ninety percent confidence limit.
  • Assemble, utilize, test, calibrate, clean, and make minor repairs to various chemistry laboratory apparatus and other equipment; instruct others in the use of scientific apparatus.
  • Classify elements and compounds according to the Flinn system.
  • Identify, classify, separate, and precipitate hazardous wastes.
  • Observe laboratory protocols and ensure adherence to safe work practices and procedures.
  • Assist with instructional tasks including to administer tests and tutor students.
  • Operate office equipment including computers and supporting word processing, spreadsheet, database management, network management, desktop publishing, and Internet navigation applications.
  • Adapt to changing technologies and learn functionality of new equipment and systems.
  • Read and understand laboratory manuals, technical manuals, and laboratory procedures.
  • Make arithmetic calculations of average to above average difficulty.
  • Hire, train, and supervise student and/or other temporary help.
  • Work independently and collaboratively.
  • Maintain accurate records.
  • Inventory and purchase chemicals, supplies, and equipment; organize storage facilities.
  • Plan and organize work to meet changing priorities and deadlines.
  • Apply scientific principles to practical applications; analyze data and solve problems.
  • Learn and apply applicable federal, state, and local laws, codes, and regulations as well as administrative and departmental policies and procedures.
  • Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.
  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

 

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:

Two years of college with major course work in chemistry. A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university is desirable.

Experience:Two years of increasingly responsible chemistry laboratory experience.

License or Certificate:

Possession of, or ability to obtain, an appropriate, valid driver’s license.

Possession of, or ability to obtain, a Hazardous Materials Awareness Training Card.

 

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 indoors in an education classroom/center/laboratory setting; exposure to chemicals, hazardous materials, dusts, mists, fumes, gases, solvents, wet/damp surfaces, and noise; risk of cuts and sticks from handling glassware and other sharp objects and subsequent contact with blood borne and/or other pathogens; work with laboratory equipment and apparatus. Moderate exposure to risks controlled by safety precautions.

Physical: Primary functions require sufficient physical ability and mobility to work in an office and/or education center/classroom/laboratory setting; to stand or sit for prolonged periods of time; to occasionally walk, stoop, bend, kneel, crouch, reach, and twist; to lift, carry, push, and/or pull light to moderate amounts of weight; to operate laboratory and office equipment requiring repetitive hand movement and fine coordination including use of a computer keyboard; to verbally communicate to exchange information; and requires the wearing of personal protective equipment including safety glasses or goggles, lab coats, rubber or plastic gloves, respirators, or face shields.

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

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

SHIFT:

The shift for this position will be Monday through Friday, 11:00 AM to 7:30 PM.

 

COMPENSATION

 

Salary & Benefits:  $24.29 per hour, 40 hours per week, 12 months per year.   Current work hours are subject to change in accordance with pertinent provisions of the collective bargaining agreement.  Family coverage health, dental and vision insurance, P.E.R.S. retirement system, income protection, life insurance, sick leave, vacation, and holidays as provided according to District policy.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

 

Required Documents

Please include a self-assessment that addresses the responsibilities and qualifications listed on the job announcement, including:

  • The transferable experience, knowledge, skills and abilities to serve as an Instruction Assistant—Chemistry.
  • Evidence of responsiveness to and understanding of the racial, socioeconomic, academic, and cultural diversity within the community college student population, including students with different ability statuses (e.g., physical and/or learning) as these factors relate to the need for equity-minded practice in Sciences and Mathematics and in the campus community.

 

 

Candidates must submit a Sierra College Online Application available at:

https://sierracollege.hiretouch.com/

If you have any questions regarding the application, please contact Brittani Kelly at (916) 660 - 7106 or bkelly8@sierracollege.edu.

 

DEADLINE:    Applications must be received by the Sierra College Human Resources Department no later than

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18TH, 2019.   LATE OR 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.

TRAVEL EXPENSES BORNE BY THE CANDIDATE

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 BLVD

ROCKLIN, CA  95677

(916) 660-7106 / hr@sierracollege.edu

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

Contact:

Brittani Kelly
Sierra College
5100 Sierra College Blvd
Rocklin CA 95677
US
Phone: 9166607106
bkelly8@sierracollege.edu
 

Deputy Sector Navigator (DSN)     Posted Wednesday, October 02, 2019
 

Deputy Sector Navigator (DSN), Energy Construction and Utilities (ECU), Categorical

Pay Range:  17 - $118,908 to $167,268 

Initial Screening Date:  10/30/2019

Classification Benefits:

The District offers a comprehensive package of insurance benefits to eligible employees, which includes medical and dental insurance, a vision-care plan, life insurance and dependent life coverage, accidental death and dismemberment coverage, and a long-term disability income-protection plan. All premiums are fully paid by the District. Mandatory retirement incentive is with California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS).

In order to be considered for this opening, you must apply through the District website at https://jobs.socccd.edu

PLEASE NOTE: Employment in this position is contingent upon funding by Deputy Sector Navigator (DSN) Grant.

Under the supervision of Saddleback College’s Dean of Economic and Workforce Development and Business Science, with direct input from the State Sector Navigator for Energy, Construction and Utilities and the LAOC Regional Consortia leadership, perform the activities of the grant-funded Deputy Sector Navigator for Energy, Construction and Utilities for Orange County Colleges; generate and administer regional and local grant funding; promote Community College Solutions for Industry Workforce and professional development needs; assist Faculty of the Region’s Community Colleges with program development and vitalization support in the areas related to the Energy, Construction and Utilities sector.

Representative Duties:

• Plan, organize, and direct the activities, functions, and services of the Deputy Sector Navigator Program, including program management, staffing, budget, and general administration.

• Implement program objectives according to timelines established in grant award from the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office.

• Provide key regional leadership and technical assistance within the Industry Sector of Energy Construction and Utilities for the Orange County Sub Region.

• Facilitate program expansion; establish and implement programmatic goals for the ECU programs; develop and implement new grants and programs related to ECU.

• Prepare and submit required reports in a timely manner.

• Apply for renewal funding, liaison with California Community College’s Chancellor’s Office (CCCCO), Sacramento.

• Manage and administer DSN – ECU related grants. Identify new funding opportunities, determine feasibility of applying for additional funding, and prepare and submit proposals, as appropriate.

• Expand program impact in the Orange County region.

• Conduct and coordinate outreach activities.

• Promote ECU and related technology and education and training to industry, government agencies, and local schools and colleges.

• Conduct and/or oversee industry needs assessments in the ECU area.

• Involve internal academic stakeholders.

• Assist in the curriculum planning process.

• Coordinate the delivery of technical assistance, specialized training, or other services, as needed.

• Initiate and facilitate industry engagement with faculty and administrators.

• Develop contracts for services and evaluate consultants and trainers for the ECU activities.

• Research/report on industry trends and legislation affecting utility, construction and energy providers, and other areas related to ECU.

• Oversee the production of publicity materials

• Work with web designer to further develop and refine information presented about the ECU program(s).

• Expand partnerships with business, industry, and public agencies.

• Represent Saddleback College EWD Division, the College, the District and our Region at state and local meetings. Present at conferences and other public forums, coordinating efforts in cooperation with the Statewide Sector Navigator Program.

• Perform other related duties as assigned by supervisor.

Knowledge of:

• Regional DSN-ECU training programs delivered directly to industry sites and educational settings.

• Budget preparation and administration.

• Federal, State, County, and District rules, regulations, policies, and procedures; and development and implementation of marketing strategies.

• Marketing principles and methods.

• Principles and practices of program administration and office operation.

• Community college accelerated training procedures and practices.

• Interpersonal skills using tact, patience and courtesy.

• Oral and written communication skills.

• Team building principles.

• Record-keeping techniques.

• Modern office practices, procedures and equipment.

• Writing, negotiating, implementing, and evaluating training contracts and grants.

• Organizational operations, budgeting and time management.

• Knowledge and understanding of community college students, their diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds and the wide variety of their ages and educational goals as found on a community college campus and a demonstrated ability to work with people from this diverse population.

Ability to:

• Implement program goals and evaluate outcomes.

• Collaboratively establish measurable objectives, assign and review the accomplishments of the objectives.

• Mentor, train, direct, assess and evaluate staff.

• Plan, prioritize, and assign work in order to meet schedules and timelines.

• Organize and facilitate large-scale meeting and processes involving diverse groups.

• Secure industry and interagency partnerships, funding/grants, and accomplish goals within financial limitations and deadlines.

• Apply relevant Federal, State, County, and District rules, regulations, policies, and procedures.

• Develop and maintain cooperative relationships with local, regional, national employers, agencies and governmental entities.

• Develop and maintain budgets and reporting systems.

• Use a computer and applicable software including word processing, spreadsheets, PowerPoint, and email.

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. Master’s Degree in a related technical discipline is desirable.

Experience:

Three (3) years’ experience working as a Deputy Sector Navigator. Five (5) years of directly related experience is desirable.

License or Certificate:

Valid California driver’s license and must have an acceptable driving record and current vehicle insurance meeting State of California requirements.

To Apply:

Please visit the District’s Employment Opportunities website at https://jobs.socccd.edu for a detailed job description, to learn more about the District and to complete an on-line application.  

NOTICE TO ALL CANDIDATES FOR EMPLOYMENT: The Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, Public Law 99-603, requires that employers obtain documentation from every new employee which authorizes that individual to accept employment in this country.  EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

Contact:

https://jobs.socccd.edu Saddleback College
CA

Dean - other
​​​​​​​Dean of Counseling, Student Services     Posted Wednesday, October 02, 2019
 

Dean of Counseling, Student Services

Salary: $10,108 to $12,845 per month – Range 45 (2019-120 Management Salary Schedule) $2,562 per year Doctoral Stipend for an earned doctorate. Salary placement is determined per the YCCD Leadership Team Handbook procedure.

Deadline: 10/31/2019

Complete job description and application available online at: https://yosemite.peopleadmin.com/postings/3990

Scope of Assignment

Under general administrative direction plans, directs, manages and oversees a wide variety of student service and support programs on the MJC campus. Programs, facilities and services include, but are not limited to student counseling, Career Center, Transfer Center, student access and retention program, study skills and guidance and performs other related work as assigned.

SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED

Receives general administrative direction from the Vice President of Student Services.

Provides direct supervision to administrative support staff, as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications

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 in psychology, counseling, behavioral sciences, organizational development or related fields.

• Experience: Three years of progressively responsible administrative experience in student counseling within a community college setting including a minimum of two years of supervisory experience.

Desirable Qualifications

Knowledge of:

• Principles, theories and strategies related to student success programs within a community college setting

• Principles, theories and strategies of methods of monitoring student access, progress and success.

• Principles, theories and strategies organizational development, human resource practices

• Principles of budgeting; fiscal recordkeeping and accounting.

• Record keeping, report writing and program review processes.

• Curriculum and curriculum development related to student services areas.

Ability to:

• Plan, organize, direct, administer, review, and evaluate assigned programs and services.

• Learn, use, and implement new technologies as tools for learning, teaching, administering, and generally improving the work area or scope of work.

• Communicate effectively with diverse constituencies, within and outside the district.

• Develop, write and modify, as necessary Guidance/Study Skills curriculum

• Remain calm and objective and work under pressure; handle student and/or staff crisis situations

• Create and maintain documents using computers and standard office software

• Respond to the problems and challenges of the diverse academic, socio-economic, cultural and ethnic backgrounds of community college students.

• Effectively resolve student conduct challenges.

Desirable Professional Characteristics

The Search Committee will consider a candidate’s educational background, professional experience and accomplishments, reputation, and leadership characteristics in its search for a new Dean of Counseling and Student Services.

Example of Duties

• Plan, direct, manage and oversee a wide variety of student service and support programs on the MJC campus.

• Coordinate and administer support services for new and continuing students for each term; monitor student academic and progress status.

• Meet with students, as necessary to discuss their status and administer the District’s academic and progress probation/dismissal program; develop and administer probation workshops.

• Develop and monitor departmental budgets for assigned programs.

• Oversight of strategic planning and educational master planning efforts related to assigned programs.

• Participate in developing, implementing and evaluating methods for monitoring student’s access, progress and success.

• Implement District performance evaluation procedures for faculty and for appropriate classified staff; promote and facilitate a program of staff development for academic personnel. .

• Serve as a member of various College and District committees and task forces; maintain liaison with other college, District, public and private agencies to assure coordination of activities.

• Assist with the coordination of the College’s Matriculation Plan and provide supervision of the retention components of the plan.

• Conduct program reviews and make changes as appropriate; direct the implementation of new or revised programs, as necessary; facilitate their development and implementation in accordance with established approval guidelines and budgets; maintain records and submit reports on assigned programs.

• Communicate and interpret instructional program objectives and offerings to students and potential students, faculty, community members, organizations, college staff and others.

• Perform other duties as assigned.

Licenses and Certificates

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

YCCD is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.

Contact:

https://yosemite.peopleadmin.com/postings/3442 Modesto College

Director
Director of Public Relations     Posted Wednesday, October 02, 2019
 

Director of Public Relations

Salary: 2019-2020 Management Salary Schedule: Range 32: $6,880-$8,741 -Doctoral Stipend is provided for an earned doctorate: $2,562 per year ($231.50 per month). New appointees with no previous out-of district management experience will be placed at Step A.

Deadline: 10/24/2019

Complete job description and application available online at: https://yosemite.peopleadmin.com/postings/4020

DEFINITION

Under general direction of the Dean of Student Services & Public Relations, manages, plans, supervises and coordinates the operations and activities of the College’s overall marketing and public relations program; provides information to the public regarding the college’s activities through social media, news releases and various forms of advertising; supervises and coordinates the development of all college marketing functions and materials which may include supervision of technical and support staff; provides consultation to the college executive leadership in proprietary and confidential matters regarding public relations and marketing and perform other related duties as assigned.

SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED

Receives general administrative direction from the Dean of Student Services & Public Relations or higher-level college administrator.

Provides direct supervision to technical and administrative support staff, as assigned.

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: Bachelor’s Degree with a major in marketing, English, journalism, mass communications, communication arts, advertising, or closely related field.

•Experience: 3 years’ experience in marketing, public relations, advertising, journalism, or the equivalent, preferably with some experience in a community college setting.

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 practices applicable to an effective community college marketing, advertising and public relations program.

•Strong knowledge of social media for professional use.

•Communication principles, media, and public relations techniques.

•Local news media operations

•Preparation of marketing materials, journalistic techniques, and public speaking

•Microsoft Office and Windows-based computer applications.

•Demographics of target markets for students.

• Effective writing techniques and journalistic skills.

 

Ability to:

•Establish and implement cohesive communication and public relations strategies and plans on an institutional basis.

• Understand and support the mission, goals, and objectives of a major educational and research institution.

•Examine and re-engineer operations and procedures, formulating policy, and developing and implementing new strategies and procedures as it relates to public relations.

•Demonstrate interpersonal and community relations skills and the ability to communicate and work effectively within a diverse community.

•Employee development and performance management skills.

•Ability to analyze complex problems, interpret operational needs, and develop integrated, creative solutions.

•Organizational planning, structuring, and staffing skills.

 

•Strong knowledge of local and regional media contacts and/or a proven ability to develop such relationships quickly.

• Provide counsel on strategic and/or critical communication issues and exercise effective judgement to impart information to the media and other internal and external audiences.

•Write executive-level communications for internal and external audiences.

•Understand latest trends, technologies and methodologies in branding, marketing, graphic design, web design and organizational communication

•Maintain confidentiality.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES

• Initiate and oversee the establishment of integrated strategies, plans, and programs designed to ensure that all communication and public relations efforts are cohesive, consistent, and effective in supporting the mission and advancement goals of the college.

• Plans, develops, directs, and coordinates comprehensive communication programs, to include media, public affairs and publications, in close collaboration with other institutional communications and/or public relations activities.

• Provides direct and proactive advice, consultation, and assistance to executive leadership, as well as the campus community regarding public information.

• Research information and develop messages to provide public relations messages.

• Serves as the designated spokesperson for the college, if applicable.

• Coordinates surveys, evaluations and assessments of external communications activities in order to determine the effectiveness of the college’s communications plans.

• Assures quality and appropriateness of institutional communication programs and initiatives, whether internally or externally produced.

• Represent the college to various institutional divisions as well as externally to governmental agencies, vendors, students and their parents, alumni, and/or the general public.

• Establishes and implements short- and long-range organizational goals, objectives, strategic plans, policies, and operating procedures; monitors and evaluates programmatic and operational effectiveness, and effects changes required for improvement as it relates to public relations.

• Perform other related duties as assigned.

 

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS

•Work is generally performed in a standard office environment.

•Work may require occasional evening and weekend hours.

 

Licenses and Certificates

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

Physical and Mental Standards:

•Mobility: ability to sit for long periods, move about an office, stand occasionally, reach above and below desk level.

•Dexterity: fine manipulation sufficient to operate a keyboard, handle individual papers, write and take notes.

•Lifting: lifting of papers, files, equipment and material weighing up to 25 pounds. •Pushing/Pulling: occasional pushing and pulling of material weighing up to 75 pounds

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

YCCD is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.

Contact:

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

Contra Costa Community College District
Interim President, Contra Costa College  
  Posted Monday, September 30, 2019
 

Interim President, Contra Costa College

Posting Number: 0001353
Location: Contra Costa College
Salary: Contract

Position Definition:
The President is the chief executive at the college. The President reports to the Chancellor and is responsible for the delivery of educational and other services provided by the college and for the supervision of the administrative staff and all educational programs and services of the college. The President provides high level direction regarding the overall operation of the college, its outreach locations and centers. The President delegates to the Vice President, Deans and Directors the supervision of other administrative, teaching and classified staff.

Distinguishing Characteristics:
The President provides visionary leadership and understands and promotes the roles of the community college in a changing society. The President independently performs assigned critical and highly complex senior management level duties with an entrepreneurial spirit and effectiveness, speed, and accuracy. The President is responsible to foster a dynamic college atmosphere conducive to academic excellence and optimal functioning. The President is a district team member on the Chancellor’s cabinet.

Examples of Duties/Essential Functions:
Duties/essential functions may include, but not be limited to, the following: Develops and maintains channels of
communication with staff 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. Maintains the college as a community institution by serving as the chief interpreter of the needs of the students and service area of the college, and promotes the development and implementation of needed programs and services. Provides leadership for the college as whole, including, planning, development, implementation and evaluation of educational and fiscal programs of the college. Assures compliance with college and District policies, state and federal regulations and requirements of accreditation agencies. Provides administrative direction in the development and initiation of college policies and procedures, as well as the organizational structure, which affect curriculum, instruction, student services and activities, and other college operations. Presides over the decision-making process and participates in the governance structure of the college to ensure that final decisions and campus policies are in accord with the general Districtwide policies and decisions officially adopted by the Governing Board. Oversees the preparation of the annual college budget and directs operations of the college within the 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 Chancellor on matters related to District planning, policies, and operations as they affect the college. Participates in hiring, training and evaluation of diverse faculty and staff highly qualified to achieve college goals. Encourages professional excellence among faculty, staff and administration to achieve the college’s mission and goals.
Maintains a highly visible leadership role in the communities served and develops strategic partnerships between educational institutions, corporations, businesses, civic and cultural organizations. Serves as an advocate for the college and articulates the mission and vision of the college and the California Community Colleges locally, statewide and nationally. Performs related duties as required.

Minimum Qualifications:
Education/Experience:
An earned doctorate from an accredited college or university is preferred. 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 environment. Three years of full-time teaching or student services experience. Current or prior experience as a college president or equivalent may be used in lieu of other management, teaching or student services requirements. Demonstrated sensitivity to and understanding of diversity in the workplace and educational environment.

Knowledge Of:
The goals of shared governance; principles and practices of administrative organization and management, planning, supervising and evaluating the work of others, employee motivation and training; applicable federal, state, local, District and college rules and regulations, laws, policies and procedures, and collective bargaining contract provisions; report and presentation writing; the relationship and interaction of a community college and the varied communities, special-interest groups, and public agencies it serves; the purposes, goals and philosophy underlying the delivery of education in a community college setting; budget development and management; interest-based approaches to problem solving and conflict resolution.

Skill To:


Ability To:
Successfully manage people, major college-wide programs and initiatives; effectively oversee college change efforts, problem-solving, short and long-term planning processes that affect educational programs and college facilities; and financial resources; manage personnel resources of a college, including motivating, developing and directing people; communicate effectively both orally and in writing; use personal computers utilizing typical office software applications, including the Internet; work effectively in a participatory governance environment to accomplish the goals and objectives of the college; communicate effectively and constructively with persons of diverse cultures, language groups, and abilities; understand and support interest-based approaches to problem solving and conflict resolution; demonstrate sensitivity to and ability to work with the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural and ethnic backgrounds of community college students, faculty, and staff, including those with disabilities; manage fluctuating resources to minimize disruptions; collaborate effectively with the college and District in enrollment management activities; establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.

Desirable Qualifications:
Desirable Characteristics
The President will be a leader who:

  • Advocates on the College’s behalf and actively seeks out and collaborates with diverse stakeholders at the College.
  • Demonstrates clear communication linked to efficient actions for running the College, including experience with fiscal soundness, budgeting, planning, procedures and working with labor groups.
  • Demonstrates skills and knowledge supporting equity and student success, including being student focused, knowing and understanding students’ lives, and having student experience accounted for in all decisions/actions.
  • Has cultural competency and skill in navigating diverse groups, including experience with cultures similar to the College’s students, staff and surrounding community.
  • Acknowledges racism, and its effects on staff and students, and uses this information in decision making.
  • Puts people first – works with the College by embodying the College’s core values of caring and having mutual respect at all levels of constituent groups.
  • Takes advice, builds trust, and brings out the best in people.
  • Works collaboratively with all constituent groups including being respectful, diplomatic and a consensus building leader.
  • Is genuine, honest and fair, and possesses qualities of humility, integrity and consistency.
  • Has emotional intelligence, kindness, warmth, approachability, empathy, ability to value relationships and is an effective listener.
  • Communicates clearly in a timely fashion with transparency and cultural competency.
  • Demonstrates commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion.
  • Supports effective practices in recruiting and hiring from underrepresented groups.

    Special Instructions:
    The Application Process

    • To ensure full consideration, qualified candidates must submit a complete on-line application (references to résumés or other uploaded documents within the on-line application will be considered an “incomplete” application; if any section does not apply, please enter “N/A”). The following document(s) should be assembled prior to completing the on-line CCCCD Application (these will need to be uploaded with your application):

    1) Letter of Application (described subsequently)
    2) Current Résumé
    3) Professional References
    4) Unofficial Transcripts

    • In a Letter of Application, not to exceed five (5) pages, a candidate should indicate to what extent their personal qualities, professional characteristics, and skills match the preferred qualifications sought for this position. Candidates should cite specific examples from background and experience to demonstrate knowledge and expertise necessary for this position.

    • Professional references must be provided within respective section of on-line application. Preferably, references are to be from current and former institutions. References will not be contacted without a candidate’s permission. Candidates must provide 7 professional references which include the name, telephone number, and e-mail address for each of the following:

    1 supervisor;
    1 management level colleague;
    1 reporting support staff member;
    2 faculty members;
    1 student leader; and
    1 community member

    • Application Deadline: This position is open until filled. Applications must be submitted on-line (www.4cdcareers.net). Please review the posting in its entirety and allow time to upload requested documents. Only complete on-line applications will be reviewed by the committee.

    • All inquiries and applications will be held in the strictest confidentiality.

    • Important: To ensure consistency and fairness to all candidates, please do not submit materials other than those requested (i.e., personal photo, articles you’ve written, etc.). Please only upload requested documents using respective document name labels. Uploading extraneous materials, unless specifically requested within this posting, may result in your application not being reviewed.

    • Application materials sent via mail, fax, or e-mail will not be accepted.

    • Note that correspondence may be sent to you via e-mail. Interview invitations will be via personal phone calls.

    For questions about the status of the process, or technical issues related to the application process, please contact:

    • Sophia Lever, Recruitment & Classification Analyst, slever@4cd.edu, 925-229-6854
    • Stephanie Morgado, Human Resources Generalist, smorgado@4cd.edu, 925-229-6870

    Finalists

    • Candidates selected as finalists for this position will be asked to participate in a public college forum as part of the search process.

    The hiring department will reimburse travel expenses to the interview day.

    (Note: First read of applications will occur on October 11, 2019, tentative interviews will be held on October 18, 2019, and tentative public college forum will be on October 25, 2019.)

    Job Close Date:
    Open Until Filled: Yes

    To apply, visit https://www.4cdcareers.net/postings/6419

Contact:

Human Resources
Contra Costa Community College District
500 Court Street
Martinez CA 94553

Contra Costa Community College District
Director of Admissions and Records  
  Posted Friday, September 27, 2019
 

Director of Admissions and Records

Posting Number: 0001351
Location: Los Medanos College
Salary: $8,936.00-$10,888.00 per month (See salary placement guidelines in the special instructions)

Position Definition:
The Director of Admissions and Records manages all aspects of admissions and records services and operations in compliance with the California Education Code, Title 5 (California Code of Regulations), federal and other California law, and district and college policy.

Distinguishing Characteristics:


Examples of Duties/Essential Functions:
Duties/essential functions may include, but not be limited to, the following:

Plans, organizes and directs the Admissions and Records Department operations and staff including the application, admission and enrollment processes for students.

Develops, implements, evaluates and improves procedures for admission and registration of students, residency classification, and attendance accounting. Interprets and analyzes state and federal regulations, the application of current and impending legislation, policies, and procedures to determine impact on program and service areas and to formulate compliance and reporting strategies.

Coordinates and integrates the functions of Admissions and Records with College programs, services, administration, and governance and provides support for College research, articulation and matriculation efforts.

Develops and manages the Office of Admissions and Records budget; supervises the collection and control of funds; coordinates fee collection activities.

Generates reports and data as required by District, state, and federal agencies.

Monitors and ensures the accuracy and security of data related to student grades, records and transcript evaluation.

Provides in-service and staff development necessary for office personnel to enhance skills, adapt to new circumstances, and to interact effectively and sensitively with students and staff of diverse backgrounds.

Directs, implements, and evaluates procedures and guidelines for the evaluation and certification of student records for program admissions, degree and certificate eligibility; and supervises the admission and registration of international, out-of-state, and veteran students.

Maintains comprehensive and current knowledge of the College curriculum; provides consultation and resource support to faculty, managers and staff in regard to regulation and policy; monitors and advises on compliance of curriculum to statutory and policy standards and regulations.

Serves as College representative, contact and liaison to the District and other colleges in information technology systems and services, computer security and access, telephone and online services and similar matters.

Participates on College, District, and state committees.

Evaluates policies and procedures related to collection and maintenance of student records and related information; generates reports and data required by District, state and federal agencies.

May coordinate graduation activities; provide support for similar ceremonies; chair the College Graduation Committee.

Performs other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:
Education/Experience:
Education/Training: Possession of a Master’s degree from an accredited college or university.

Experience: Equivalent to four (4) years of full-time increasingly responsible experience in Admissions & Records or other relevant student services experience in a college setting, including three (3) years’ experience in supervisory or other lead role.

Knowledge Of:
Admissions, registration, evaluation of records, enrollment management issues; California Education Code, Title 5 (California Code of Regulations), and other related laws and procedures; principles of public and business administration, office administration, student administrative software systems; budget management; confidentiality and security of student records; principles of supervision.

Skill To:


Ability To:
Direct admissions and records services; interpret and analyze state and federal laws and District and College policies and regulations; train, supervise and evaluate staff; establish departmental standards and objectives; manage budget and supervise collection and control of funds; communicate effectively in written and oral presentations; represent the department, College, and District interests with other colleges, external organizations and on-campus groups; use organizational skills that enable performance of duties in a timely fashion with attention to detail; communicate effectively with persons of diverse cultures, language groups, and abilities; demonstrate understanding of, sensitivity to and respect for the diverse academic, socio-economic, race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, politics, philosophy, disability and religious background of all students, faculty and staff; establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.

Desirable Qualifications:
Demonstrated commitment to supporting a diverse student population and the local community the college serves.
Experience providing strong leadership in a dynamic work environment and ability to problem-solve in collaboration with multiple teams.
Ability to contribute to re-envisioning and leading organizational change.
*Demonstrated experience with project management, program planning, and evaluation of services through use of data.
Experience with implementing effective use of technology, software systems, and databases to enhance workflow and improve efficiency of services.

Special Instructions:
Note: New employees will be placed at the first step which is $8,936 per month, second step $9,389 per month, third step $9,864 per month (depending upon experience). Based on current salary placement guidelines, all step increases for which an employee becomes eligible shall take place on July 1st of each fiscal year. These increases will occur, on an annual basis, until the maximum step of $10,888 per month is reached on the salary schedule.

Job Close Date: 10/25/2019
Open Until Filled: No

To apply, visit https://www.4cdcareers.net/postings/6413

Contact:

Human Resources
Contra Costa Community College District
500 Court Street
Martinez CA 94553

Contra Costa Community College District
Director of Early Childhood Laboratory School  
  Posted Friday, September 27, 2019
 

Director of Early Childhood Laboratory School

Posting Number: 0001352
Location: Los Medanos College
Salary: $7,706 - $9,389 per month (Please see placement guidelines in the special instructions)

Position Definition:
The Director has responsibility to set the vision and direction for the Early Childhood Lab School program, develop program plans, integrate the early childhood department curriculum into Lab School practices and manage the learning center, education lab, services, and center operations. The Director ensures compliance with District policies and applicable state and federal regulations related to licensed child care centers.

Distinguishing Characteristics:


Examples of Duties/Essential Functions:
Oversees all general operations of a large campus-based child care facility, including enrollment and marketing. Develops and recommends procedures, policies and objectives for the center. Coordinates and participates in the gathering of information for mandated state ratios, statistical, financial, and qualitative reports. Recruits, directs, schedules and evaluates the work of the Early Childhood Lab School classified staff who deliver support services to the children. Works with the department chair and faculty to monitor expenditures, maintain fiscal controls and manage budget. Oversees childcare fee administration, reconciles discrepancies and maintains account records. Plans, organizes and coordinates a learning lab environment for early childhood education students, nursing students, student teachers and others as assigned. Plans and implements comprehensive training programs to promote staff development, motivation and a high standard of service. Holds regular in-service training and staff meetings. Interviews families and documents developmental history for each new child. Prior to admission, conducts needs assessment, identifies special needs, implements early interventions which are culturally sensitive and developmentally appropriate. Maintains confidentiality of sensitive information. Ensures an assessment of each child’s development to create and implement relevant curriculum for individual children and overall center program. Facilitates parent-child orientations at the beginning of each semester; establishes parent committees. Enforces all licensing regulations, including the reporting of suspected child abuse or neglect. Maintains open communication and participates in opportunities for staff and faculty to consult on matters of college-wide departmental interest. Provides a safe and healthy environment for children; inspects facilities for potential safety and security risks in accordance with Community Care Licensing (title 22); ensures that classrooms, play areas and equipment are clean and sanitary; identifies and corrects health and safety hazards; reports faulty or malfunctioning equipment; schedules regular fire drills and other emergency preparedness drills. Ensures continuous improvement of child care center services through evaluating, understanding of best practices, ideas, and the latest research to increase effectiveness. Promotes a work culture of customer service, positive working relationships, innovation, and quality services to participants. Reports accidents to appropriate personnel and parents in a timely and accurate manner; assures that basic first aid and CPR is applied as needed. Represents the college on community, state, governmental and advisory groups. Performs other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:
Education/Experience:
Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education (ECE), Child Development (CD), or related field including twenty-four ECE or CD units. Six units from an accredited college in administration and supervision of child development programs, and two units from an accredited college in adult supervision. Experience: Five years child development center experience including: Possession of California Child Development – Site Supervisor Permit and one year of site supervisor experience. At least two years experience teaching young children in a licensed center. At least three years administrative/supervisory experience working in a large licensed child care center managing budgets and promoting staff relations. (These work experiences could occur simultaneously.) License and certificate: Valid California Drivers License. Valid Pediatric CPR/First Aid Certificate.

Desirable Qualifications:
Grant management experience.
Experience in management of USDA Food Program.
Knowledge of, and experience with, curriculum models/philosophies such as Project Approach, Anti-Bias Curriculum, and Conscious Discipline.
Knowledge and experience with NAEYC accreditation processes.

Special Instructions:
NOTE: New employees will be placed at the first step which is $7,706 per month, second step $8,096 per month or third step $8,506 per month (depending upon experience). Based on current salary placement guidelines, all step increases for which an employee becomes eligible shall take place on July 1st of each fiscal year. These increases will occur, on an annual basis, until the maximum step of $9,389 per month is reached on the salary schedule.

Job Close Date: 10/28/2019
Open Until Filled: No

To apply, visit https://www.4cdcareers.net/postings/6415

Contact:

Human Resources
Contra Costa Community College District
500 Court Street
Martinez CA 94553

VP/VC Human Resources
Palomar College
Assistant Superintendent/VP, Human Resources  
  Posted Thursday, September 26, 2019
 


Assistant Superintendent/Vice President, Human Resource Services
Department: Human Resource Services (Dept)
Palomar College


Date Opened: 08/19/2019
Close Date: 10/14/2019

Primary Function:

Plans, organizes, directs, and controls the development, administration and direction of the Human Resource Services division and its programs for the District; promotes, directs, implements, and coordinates equal employment opportunity (EEO) and employee diversity programs; advises and counsels the District’s senior and executive administration and Governing Board on policy, legal requirements, and the impact of related legislation related to human resources matters on the District and its employees; develops and presents policies in response to legislation and District needs; directs and oversees all employment processes for the District; develops and oversees the provision of employee development programs; manages classification policies and procedures and the District’s classification and compensation plans and structures; oversees the coordination of employee benefits; negotiates annually with the Council of Classified Employees/American Federation of Teachers (CCE/AFT), the District’s classified bargaining unit union and the Palomar Faculty Federation, the District’s full- and part-time faculty union; meets and confers with the District’s Administrative Association and Confidential and Supervisory Team (CAST) representatives on various issues involving working conditions.

Salary: Starting salary is negotiable dependent upon education and experience. In addition, administrators that possess earned doctorates from accredited institutions are awarded an annual stipend of $1,520.90.

Benefits: Full-time employees receive fully-paid benefits including medical, dental, and vision insurance for employees and dependents; life, disability, and long-term care insurance; and sick leave, vacation and paid holidays. Estimated value of these employer-paid benefits is approximately $29,726 annually. All full-time classified administrators are enrolled in CalPERS (California Public Employees Retirement System).

Minimum Qualifications:

To be eligible for this position, you must meet and provide evidence of the following minimum qualifications:

• Experience: Five years of full-time human resources management and technical experience, including a minimum of three years of full-time mid- or executive-level human resources management experience.

NOTE: For work experience, a “year” is defined as equivalent to 40 hours per week for 12 months.

AND

• Education: A master’s degree in any discipline is required.

Only coursework completed at, and degrees awarded by, accredited institutions recognized by the U.S. Department of Education will be considered as satisfying the minimum qualifications. Coursework and degrees that are completed outside of the United States are required to have transcripts evaluated (evaluation to U.S. equivalency and a course by course analysis) by an appropriate U.S. credentials evaluation service. For a list of credentials evaluation agencies accepted by Palomar College, visit the National Association of Credentials Evaluation Services (NACES) website at www.naces.org, or the Association of International Credential Evaluators, Inc. (AICE) website at http://aice-eval.org/.

Diversity Statement: Position requires cultural competency which includes the 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.

To Apply: Visit https://palomar.peopleadmin.com/postings/20703 for full details and required application materials.

About the District:
Palomar College, founded in 1946, is a comprehensive, two-year community college that serves the greater North San Diego County region. Palomar College offers over 200 associate’s degree and certificate programs to approximately 30,000 full- and part-time students. A favorite in the community among local institutions of higher education, Palomar College recently ranked #1 in community colleges in San Diego County in the San Diego’s Best of 2016 Readers Poll. And, Palomar College is just 12 miles from the glistening Pacific Ocean and 30 miles away from all of the exciting cultural activities that sunny San Diego has to offer.

Palomar College is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE).

Contact:

Human Resources
Palomar College
CA
ahayman@palomar.edu
 

VP/VC Instruction
Kern Community College District
Vice President, Instruction  
  Posted Thursday, September 26, 2019
 


Vice President, Instruction

Kern Community College District

 


Position Number: 02909

Posting Date: 09/23/2019

Position Closing Date: 12/24/2019

Initial Screening Date: 10/20/2019

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

Benefits:
Kern Community College District provides a rich health and welfare benefits offering to our employees, including Health, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, and Long-term Disability.

In addition to the above benefits, the District also offers a robust voluntary benefits selection:

  • Flex 125
  • Additional products and services through American Fidelity
  • Supplemental voluntary life insurance
  • Tax Shelter Annuities

The District participates in the State Teacher’s Retirement System (STRS) for faculty. Employees covered under the State Teacher’s Retirement System (STRS), are vested 100% after five years of full time service credit. All coverages begin on the first day of the month following the hire date.

Benefit Website Link:
Benefits Website

College/Site: Porterville College

Location: PC-Main Campus

Basic Function:
This position has an anticipated start date of January 1, 2020.

The Vice President, Instruction, reports to the President of the College and is the chief instructional officer responsible for providing effective leadership and direction to all elements of college academic affairs.

Example of Duties:

-Planning, developing, and implementing innovative programs in order to provide a rich and supportive student learning environment.

-Provide administrative supervision to the Dean of Academic Affairs, Dean of
Career and Technical Education and others designated by the President of the College.

-Developing policies and procedures related to academic faculty and programs.

-Leading the educational planning processes and the maintenance of the Educational Master Plan.

-Assessment of student learning and both program outcomes and institutional effectiveness.

-Identifying and assisting in the acquisition of instructional resources.

-Administration of the curriculum development, approval, and review processes.

-Development and maintenance of partnerships with business, government
agencies, high schools, other community colleges, and universities in the planning and delivery of educational programs.

-Preparation of the class schedule, College catalog, and other publications.

-Assignment of academic staff.

-Enrollment management.

-Supervising the allocation and management of instructional budgets.

-Selection, supervision, and evaluation of administrative and support staff.

-Academic grant prospecting, development, and management.

-Articulation of instructional interests, achievements, and needs both within the College and to the community at large.

-Coordination with student services programs.

-Serve as the Accreditation Liaison Officer for the College.

-Coordinate with respective division chairs and provide supervision of division activities as appropriate.

Education and Experience:
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Master’s Degree from accredited college/university
  • Five years of increasingly responsible college-level instructional administrative experience
  • Three years of college-level teaching experience
  • Demonstrated sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, ethnic, and disability backgrounds of community college students and employees.

Desirable

  • Earned Doctorate Degree

Note: Degrees and credits must be from accredited institutions (Title V Section 53406). Any degree from a country other than the United States, including Canada and Great Britain, must be evaluated by an evaluation service.

Note: The screening of candidates will be conducted by a screening committee. The screening committee reserves the right to limit the number of interviews granted. Meeting the minimum qualifications for a position does not assure the applicant of an interview.

Knowledge and Abilities:
Knowledge of:

  • Mission of the California Community Colleges
  • Community college instructional programs, regulations, and policies
  • Principles of employer-employee relations
  • Principles of college management

Ability to:

  • Interpret laws, rules, and regulations relating to community colleges
  • Formulate policies and procedures
  • Manage the operation of a complex organization serving different communities over a large geographical area
  • Administer complex budgets
  • Manage multiple priorities and projects
  • Coordinate and facilitate meetings
  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships
  • Understand and support the development of a learner-centered instructional program
  • Provide leadership and support for faculty and administrators in the development and implementation of outstanding instructional programs and innovative approaches to successful student learning
  • Effectively communicate orally and in writing
  • Understand the uses of instructional and administrative technology and encourage its appropriate use
  • Work collaboratively and productively with faculty, administrators, support staff, and the community.
  • Effectively work within a system of participatory governance
  • Effectively work with academic, occupational, developmental, and entrepreneurial programs in a multi-campus environment.
  • Lead change in a productive and positive manner.
  • Foster teamwork and to establish internal and external consensus.
  • Effectively represent the College in the community, regionally, and statewide.
  • Understand contemporary issues in higher education.

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 October 20, 2019 are assured consideration. The College 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, if applicable
  • 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.

Additional openings that become available prior to the end of the hiring process may also be filled from the qualified applicants.

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/12786. Emails 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
awilliam@kccd.edu
 

Director
Glendale Community College
Director of Enterprise Application Systems  
  Posted Wednesday, September 25, 2019
 

 

Director of Enterprise Application Systems

Salary
$100,128.00 - $127,740.00 Annually

Location
Glendale, CA

Job Type
Classified Management

Department
Information Technology Services

Job Number
2022346

Closing
Continuous

Description
Plans, coordinates and directs the user support and system development of the District's Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems and related applications to ensure efficient, effective, and continuous operation; oversees system upgrades and enhancements and complex application development projects; manages the planning, analysis, design, conversion, testing, implementation, operation, and maintenance of systems and applications; provides technical leadership and expertise regarding the implementation, maintenance, and use of ERPs to meet the District's needs.

SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED

  • Supervision is provided by the Chief Information Systems Officer.
  • Supervision is exercised over ITS personnel supporting the District's ERPs.

    START DATE
    TBD

    Examples of Duties
  • Manages the District's Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems and related applications; oversees the implementation and testing of bundle updates and patches and development of processes, procedures, and ad hoc reports to meet District needs; ensures continuous operation and performance.
  • Serves as project manager for upgrades to the District's ERPs and related applications; defines and ensures adherence to the scope of work, objectives, and timelines; directs the design, development, programming, testing, and implementation of new systems and applications and enhancements to them; serves as a liaison between the District and consultants and vendors; maintains standard project documentation.
  • Coordinates ERP activities with functional areas across the District; stays abreast of business and operating requirements and addresses operating issues to optimize the performance and use of systems.
  • Ensures the security of ERPs and related applications and their integration with other systems; oversees the assignment of roles and permissions and development and implementation of back-up recovery and reorganization tasks.
  • Oversees the completion and submission of Management Information System (MIS) reports to the Chancellor's Office; facilitates data extraction and review to ensure accuracy.
  • Oversees maintenance contracts for the District's ERPs and related applications including monitoring and managing software licenses throughout the District.
  • Recommends hardware and software to the Chief Information Systems Officer based on an assessment of present and future system needs for inclusion in the Technology Master Plan; serves as a technical resource to the District regarding ERP implementation, functionality, and operations.
  • Manages the development and maintenance of systems and user documentation for the District's ERPs and related applications.
  • Selects, trains, directs, evaluates, disciplines, and provides leadership to Enterprise Application Systems personnel.
  • Performs related duties as assigned.

    Minimum Qualifications
    Knowledge of:
  • Principles, practices, techniques, capabilities, and limitations of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system management for administrative, business, and academic functions including function, structure, systems analysis and integration, application design, security protocol, and hardware and software options.
  • Principles, concepts, and use of structured, object oriented, dynamic, markup, and database management programming languages (e.g., C++, C#, PeopleCode, Java, JavaScript, HTML, HTML5, SQL, SQR) as well as the .NET framework, including development standards, tools, and documentation standards.
  • Functions, capabilities, characteristics, limitations, and use of operating systems (e.g., Windows, Linux).
  • Relational database management systems, including design, integration, diagnostic tools, utilities, and security practices and procedures.
  • Systems development life cycle methodologies.
  • Principles, practices, and methods of project management as they apply to information technology projects.
  • Best practices for software configuration management.
  • Principles and methods of systems planning and analysis, including systems integration and business process and relationship analysis tools.
  • Troubleshooting and analysis techniques including debugging and testing.
  • Cloud backup, disaster recovery, and restore procedures.
  • Federal, state, and district data security requirements relevant to community college student, personnel, and financial data.
  • Recordkeeping principles and procedures, including standards for creating and maintaining technical documentation for ERPs and related applications and programs.
    California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office MIS data submission requirements and procedures.
  • California community college organization, objectives, programs, services, and governance.
  • Principles and practices of management, supervision, and training.

    Ability to:
  • Define the scope of and create specifications for system development and upgrade projects.
  • Establish and maintain project and production schedules and balance responsibilities for multiple projects to ensure timely, high quality results.
  • Develop implementation and testing plans to ensure effective system upgrades and maintenance.
  • Implement and maintain appropriate security protocols for ERPs and related applications.
  • Perform business process analyses to reach sound, logical conclusions regarding user needs and business requirements.
  • Translate user needs and business requirements into cost effective information systems and technology solutions.
  • Analyze complex technical problems and data to troubleshoot and debug code and system problems and develop and apply effective solutions.
  • Write and understand clear and concise programming code in adherence with development standards.
  • Understand, interpret, explain, and ensure compliance with federal and state laws, regulations, policies, and procedures.
  • Prepare and maintain clear, complete, and concise reports, records, and other technical documentation.
  • Stay abreast of advances in technology and their impact on IT services in an educational environment.
  • Communicate clearly and effectively to diverse audiences of technical and non-technical personnel, both orally and in writing.
  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those encountered in the course of work.
  • Supervise, lead, motivate, train, discipline, evaluate, and coordinate the work of personnel.
  • Demonstrate a 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.

    EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS
    Minimum Qualifications
    Education:

    Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Software Engineering, Computer Engineering, or a related field from an accredited college or university.

    Experience:
    Five years developing, implementing, and supporting Enterprise Resource Planning systems.

    Desired Qualifications:
  • Master's Degree from an accredited college or university.
  • Experience with PeopleSoft Campus Solutions.
  • Work experience in an institute of higher education.

    Additional Information
    Salary

    Starting salary is from $100,128 to $127,740 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 required degree 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. Additional documents not requested in the announcement, will not be reviewed. Incomplete applications will not be considered.

    This position is open until filled. This position is offered contingent upon funding. The district reserves the right to extend, withdraw, and/or reopen this position at any time. 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. 5921.

    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 or mail of their final disposition in the selection process.

    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
    Ann H. Ransford, Dr. Vahe Peroomian, Anthony P. Tartaglia,
    Yvette Vartanian Davis, and Dr. Armine G. Hacopian

    CALIFORNIA COMMUNITY COLLEGES: THE WAY CALIFORNIA WORKS


    To apply, click here.

Contact:

Human Resources
Glendale Community College
CA
United States
jbriones@glendale.edu
 

Dean - other
Los Angeles Community College District
President, Los Angeles Trade Tech College  
  Posted Tuesday, September 24, 2019
 

LOS ANGELES COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
PRESIDENT, LOS ANGELES TRADE TECH COLLEGE

The Board of Trustees invites applications and nominations for the position of President of Los Angeles Trade Tech College (LATTC). The Board is seeking a well-qualified candidate to provide executive leadership and advocacy for the college, to be responsible and directly accountable for all college operations, and to be a district team member of the Chancellor's cabinet. The successful candidate will possess a thorough understanding of the primary mission of the community college, have a strong grounding in workforce education, and an appreciation for the interdependence between career-technical disciplines and transfer education. The candidate must have an unwavering commitment to equity, inclusion and social justice and thoroughly understand the role of an urban community college and the dynamics within the multi-cultural community it serves.

FILING AN APPLICATION
To be considered for this position and view the full position description, please submit an online application. The application link is
https://laccd.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?site=6&id=790

All applicants must submit the following:
1. A completed LACCD application.
2. A letter of application of no more than five 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 November 4th, 2019; 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 November 4th, 2019. For additional information, contact LACCD Human Resources via e-mail at ssaha@email.laccd.edu or at (213) 891-2290

MINIMUM QUALIFICAITONS
• 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.
• One year 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
The current salary range is $206,836 - $256,234 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.

All confidential inquires and nominations should be directed to search consultants of ACCT
Dr. Michael McCall, mbmccallsr@gmail.com, (843) 300-9646
Dr. Julie Golder, jgolder@acct.org, (202) 384-5816

 

LACCD is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Contact:

Human Resources
Los Angeles Community College District
CA
CovarrC@email.laccd.edu
 

Director
Citrus Community College
Director, Disabled Student Programs & Services  
  Posted Tuesday, September 24, 2019
 

 

Director of Disabled Student Programs and Services (September 2019)
Citrus Community College


Posting Number: 0600856
Position Title: Director of Disabled Student Programs and Services (September 2019)
Posting Date: 09-23-2019
Closing Date: 11-06-2019
First Consideration Date:
Department/Division: COUN (DSP&S)
Funding: Categorical Funded
Job Category: Management (Certificated)
Assignment: Full-Time
Percentage Employee: 100%
Months per Year: 12

Work Days per Week:
See "Work Schedule per Day" below.

Work Schedule per Day:
Generally Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.; however, this is an exempt management/supervisory-level position requiring some weekend, holiday, and non-conventional working hours in addition to the regular working hours of a collegiate environment.

Work Shift for this Position (select all that apply):
Days
Nights
Weekends

FLSA:
Exempt

Placement/Range:
M 33-1; $113,775/yr. plus 2.5% for a verified doctorate from an accredited institution.

Pay Rate:
See "Placement/Range/Pay Rate" below.

PLACEMENT/RANGE/PAY RATE:
Initial placement on the management salary schedule is 33-1 ($113,775/yr.); however, the Superintendent/President has the authority to place a newly hired manager on the management salary schedule up to 33-3 ($123,058/yr.). The ceiling for this position is capped at 33-8 ($149,720/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

Additional Applicant Documents:

Position Summary:
Under the direction and supervision of the Dean of Counseling Programs and Services, the Director of Disabled Student Programs and Services (DSPS) is responsible for the development, administration, and supervision of the District's disabled student programs and services.

This is a 12-month academic management position.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Plans and administers the day-to-day operation of the District's disabled student programs and services.
- Ensures that appropriate services are provided to disabled students, including verification of a student's disability and verifies the determination of the eligibility process administered by the DSPS staff.
- Ensures that all eligible disabled students receive an academic accommodation plan.
- Ensures that all student records are maintained in a secure manner and remain confidential.
- Serves as a liaison between DSPS students, the faculty and staff concerning instructional and other accommodations.
- Provides in-service presentations concerning DSPS.
- Plans, develops and implements the District's DSPS Program Plan.
- Ensures the District is meeting the legal requirements and responsibilities concerning students with disabilities and their participation in educational programs and activities.
- Supervises, evaluates, and arranges DSPS employees' work schedules.
- Prepares and monitors budgets for DSPS.
- Ensures that all state and federal reporting requirements are timely met.
- Conducts monthly department meetings.
- Leads the District's DSPS Advisory Committee.
- Communicates District policy and administrative decisions to division personnel and students.
- Administers the collective bargaining agreements among the District and the faculty and classified unions.
- Creates an atmosphere of collegiality and supports the goals of participatory governance.
- Serves in the selection and evaluation of program personnel.
- Resolves conflict.
- Ensures District compliance with local, state, and federal regulations regarding students with disabilities.
- Supervises and evaluates personnel in assigned areas.
- Attends Chancellor's Office mandatory trainings and regional meetings related to DSPS.
- Performs other duties as assigned that support the overall objective of the position and the District's mission and philosophy.

Minimum Qualifications:
- Possession of a master's degree or the equivalent.
- One year of leadership experience reasonably related to this management assignment.
- At least two years of full-time experience within the last four years in one or more of the following fields: 1) instruction or counseling or both in a higher education program for student with disabilities; 2) administration of a program for students with disabilities in an institution of higher education; 3) teaching, counseling or administration in secondary education, working predominantly or exclusively in programs for students with disabilities; or 4) administrative or supervisory experience in industry, government, public agencies, the military, or private social welfare organizations, in which the responsibilities of the position were predominantly or exclusively related to persons with disabilities.
- 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.
- Evidence of ability to work effectively as a member of the administration team.
- Evidence of ability to communicate effectively, in English, with a diverse population both orally and in writing.
- Sensitivity to, understanding of, and respect for the diverse academic, socioeconomic, ethnic, religious, cultural background, disability, and sexual orientation of community college students, faculty, and staff.

Preferred Qualifications:
(1) Possession of a master's degree in rehabilitation counseling, or
(2) Master's degree in counseling, guidance counseling, student personnel, clinical or counseling psychology, education counseling, social work, career development, marriage and family therapy, marriage, family and child counseling, or a Bachelor's degree in marriage and family therapy or in marriage, family and child counseling and possession of a license as a Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT); and either fifteen or more semester units in upper division or graduate level course work specifically related to people with disabilities, or completion of six semester units, or the equivalent of a graduate-level counseling practicum or counseling field work courses, in a post-secondary Disabled Students Programs and Services (DSPS) Program or in a program dealing predominantly or exclusively with people with disabilities, or two years of full-time experience, or the equivalent, in counseling or teaching students with disabilities.

For more information or to apply, please visit: https://employment.citruscollege.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=51964


About Citrus College:
Celebrating over 100 years of service, Citrus College is located in Glendora in the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains, approximately twenty-five miles northeast of metropolitan Los Angeles. The college has the distinction of being the oldest community college in Los Angeles County and the fifth oldest in the state.

Citrus College was founded in 1915 under the leadership of Dr. Floyd S. Hayden, who helped bring the community college movement to California. From 1915 to 1961, the college was operated by the Citrus Union High School District. In July 1961, the Citrus Community College District was created to include the Azusa and Glendora unified school districts. In 1967, the district expanded to include the Claremont, Duarte and Monrovia school districts.

Today, Citrus College occupies a 104-acre campus. The college is currently experiencing a major facilities expansion project that will change the look of the campus. The college enrolled 27 students in 1915 and currently the college serves more than 19,000 students annually. Classes are offered on a 16-week calendar (fall and spring semesters), as well as in a variety of non-traditional scheduling options -- winter intersession, evenings, summer sessions, and optional class formats, such as online education courses.

Mission Statement
Citrus College provides innovative educational opportunities and student support services that lead to the successful completion of degrees, transfer, career/technical education and basic skills proficiency. The college fosters personal and professional success through the development of critical thinking, effective communication, creativity, and cultural awareness in a safe, accessible and affordable learning community. In meeting the needs of our demographically diverse student population, we embrace equity and accountability through measurable learning outcomes, ethical data-driven decisions and student achievement.

Accreditation
Citrus College is accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges, Western Association of Schools and Colleges, 10 Commercial Blvd., Suite 204, Novato, CA 94949, (415) 506-0234), an institutional accrediting body recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation and the U.S. Department of Education. Additional information about accreditation, include filing of complaints against member institutions can be found at https://accjc.org.

"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
 

Dean - other
Citrus Community College
Dean, Career, Technical & Continuing Education  
  Posted Tuesday, September 24, 2019
 

 

Dean of Career, Technical and Continuing Education (September 2019)
Citrus Community College

 


Posting Number: 0600854
Position Title: Dean of Career, Technical and Continuing Education (September 2019)
Posting Date: 09-23-2019
Closing Date: 11-04-2019
First Consideration Date:
Department/Division: Academic Affairs (Administration)
Funding: District Funded
Job Category: Management (Certificated)
Assignment: Full-Time
Percentage Employee: 100%
Months per Year: 12

Work Days per Week:
See "Work Schedule per Day" below.

Work Schedule per Day:
Generally Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.; however, this is an exempt management/supervisory-level position requiring some weekend, holiday, and non-conventional working hours in addition to the regular working hours of a collegial environment.

Work Shift for this Position (select all that apply):
Days
Nights
Weekends

FLSA:
Exempt

Placement/Range:
77-1; $145,063/yr. plus 2.5% for a verified doctorate from an accredited institution.

Pay Rate:
Initial placement on the management salary schedule is 77-1 ($145,063/yr.); however, the Superintendent/President has the authority to place a newly hired manager on the management salary schedule up to 77-3 ($156,904/yr.). The ceiling for this position is capped at 77-8 ($190,894/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

Additional Applicant Documents:

POSITION SUMMARY:
Under the direction and supervision of the vice president of academic affairs, the dean of career, technical, and continuing education will lead and administer all aspects of supervision, assistance, and oversight for various career technical education (CTE) instruction, continuing education, and workforce development programs, including the design, delivery, staffing, administrative support, supervision, and evaluation of programs. 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. The dean will collaborate with regional workforce development leaders.

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.

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 in a community college academic administrative position.
- Experience teaching in a community college or university environment.
- Experience overseeing a career, technical, continuing education division.
- Background in a discipline related to career, technical, continuing education.
- Experience with program review facilitation and linkage to budget development.
- Evidence of the ability to work in a shared governance (collegial) environment.
- Evidence of willingness to promote flexible and creative strategies, curriculum, and scheduling of classes.
- Evidence of ability to embrace/promote use of technology mediated instructional techniques.
- Experience in supporting existing and emerging programs.
- Experience with grant writing and project management.
- Evidence of experience supervising a complex academic department responsible for implementation of state and federal regulations.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Please see Minimum and Preferred Qualifications.

For more information or to apply, please visit: https://employment.citruscollege.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=51965


About Citrus College:
Celebrating over 100 years of service, Citrus College is located in Glendora in the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains, approximately twenty-five miles northeast of metropolitan Los Angeles. The college has the distinction of being the oldest community college in Los Angeles County and the fifth oldest in the state.

Citrus College was founded in 1915 under the leadership of Dr. Floyd S. Hayden, who helped bring the community college movement to California. From 1915 to 1961, the college was operated by the Citrus Union High School District. In July 1961, the Citrus Community College District was created to include the Azusa and Glendora unified school districts. In 1967, the district expanded to include the Claremont, Duarte and Monrovia school districts.

Today, Citrus College occupies a 104-acre campus. The college is currently experiencing a major facilities expansion project that will change the look of the campus. The college enrolled 27 students in 1915 and currently the college serves more than 19,000 students annually. Classes are offered on a 16-week calendar (fall and spring semesters), as well as in a variety of non-traditional scheduling options -- winter intersession, evenings, summer sessions, and optional class formats, such as online education courses.

Mission Statement
Citrus College provides innovative educational opportunities and student support services that lead to the successful completion of degrees, transfer, career/technical education and basic skills proficiency. The college fosters personal and professional success through the development of critical thinking, effective communication, creativity, and cultural awareness in a safe, accessible and affordable learning community. In meeting the needs of our demographically diverse student population, we embrace equity and accountability through measurable learning outcomes, ethical data-driven decisions and student achievement.

Accreditation
Citrus College is accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges, Western Association of Schools and Colleges, 10 Commercial Blvd., Suite 204, Novato, CA 94949, (415) 506-0234), an institutional accrediting body recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation and the U.S. Department of Education. Additional information about accreditation, include filing of complaints against member institutions can be found at https://accjc.org.

"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
 

Other Administrative Position
Contra Costa Community College District
Program Manager (Culinary Art Program)  
  Posted Monday, September 23, 2019
 

Program Manager (Culinary Art Program)


Posting Number: 0001349
Location: Diablo Valley College
Salary: $7,335-$8,936 per month (See special instructions above for initial placement)

Position Definition:
This Program Manager plans, directs and evaluates the activities of specially funded programs and services. This position works under the general direction of a higher-level manager. Supervision is exercised over assigned staff members.

Distinguishing Characteristics:
A Program Manager is the first level of classified management in the District. This position will serve as an administrator overseeing up to several small programs or projects for a college. Such programs or projects are typically funded by grants or other special funds.

Examples of Duties/Essential Functions:
Duties/essential functions may include, but not be limited to, the following:

  • Plans and directs the daily operations of specially funded programs.

  • Develops and administers the budget of the assigned programs and monitors purchasing expenses and program expenditures.

  • Coordinates program objectives with other programs and services.

  • Provides leadership in the formulation, implementation and evaluation of objectives and priorities for the programs or projects under supervision.

  • Supervises, trains and evaluates all staff assigned to the program and conducts or participates in their selection.

  • Manages and provides support services to assigned staff to enhance the success of the program.

  • Plans, reviews and evaluates the utilization of equipment and other resources within the program.

  • Maintains close liaisons with other departments/divisions in planning and development of appropriate support services.

  • Serves as liaison with other college programs, committees, students/student groups, and other on- and off-campus community groups.

  • Attends conferences, workshops, and meetings as appropriate.

  • Maintains close liaison with granting/funding agency to effectively communicate the objectives of the program and to assure that the goals of the program are successfully accomplished; ensures compliance of program operations.

  • Prepares reports and summaries as required, including statistical and financial reports and analysis and verification thereof.

  • Interprets and implements applicable laws, regulations, and collective bargaining contract provisions.

  • Manages and participates in the continued evaluation and improvement of the assigned programs or projects.

  • Participates in and supports college and District shared governance components and activities and other collaborative processes.

  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:
Education/Experience:
Education: Earned Bachelor’s degree or equivalent from an accredited college or university. Certain programs may require a specific major as required by law.

 

 

Experience: Equivalent to at least three (3) years of full-time instructional, administrative, student, and/or other relevant support services experience.

Knowledge Of:
Implementation and administration of specially funded programs; computer-based technology for management of assigned program/project; the goals of shared governance; principles and practices of administrative organization and management, planning, supervising and evaluating the work of others, employee motivation and training; applicable federal, state, local, District and college laws, rules and regulations, and collective bargaining contract provisions; complex business level English usage, spelling, grammar and punctuation; modern office tools such as computers and printers; typical modern office computer software programs; report and presentation writing.

Skill To:


Ability To:
Manage and administer a specially funded program; use organizational skills that enable performance of duties in a timely fashion with attention to detail; effectively communicate orally and in writing; manage financial resources effectively including determining how best to utilize resources and managing budgets and expenditures; use personal computers utilizing typical office software applications, including the Internet; work effectively with managers, faculty and staff in a participatory governance environment to accomplish the goals and objectives of the college and the assigned program or project; exercise good judgment; communicate effectively and constructively with persons of diverse cultures, language groups, and abilities; demonstrate understanding of, sensitivity to, and respect for the diverse academic, socio-economic, race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, politics, philosophy, disability, and religious background of all students, faculty and staff; establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.

Desirable Qualifications:
Experience and/or knowledge of the management of an active food service business.

Knowledge of class procedures and instructional methods in Culinary Arts.

Experience with scoring and interpretation of practical demonstrations in Culinary Arts.

Familiarity with the Laboratory Equipment used in the DVC Culinary Arts educational setting.

Demonstrated experience in program leadership and team building.

Knowledge of state, federal and local regulations affecting the practice of Culinary Arts.

One year of work experience instructing or assisting in the instruction of adult students in Culinary Arts.

A minimum of 5-years industry experience at the level of sous chef or higher in a full-service, quality restaurant environment.

Training equivalent to completion of an Associate degree in Culinary Arts.

Exhibiting the highest level of culinary professionalism with regards to his or her appearance, respect for the uniform, application of culinary skills, appreciation for ingredients and their source, and all interactions with faculty, students, customers, vendors, and recruiters.

ServSafe Certified or prepared to seek such designation.

Certified or certifiable through the American Culinary Federation at the level of sous chef or higher.

Commitment to equity and student success.

Special Instructions:
Under direction from the Dean of Math/CS and Business Divisions, this position will provide oversight and coordinate the ongoing assessment, planning and evaluation of the Culinary Arts Program and monitor compliance with the ACFEF (American Culinary Federation Education Foundation) standards, in order to support the success of the diverse population of Culinary Arts students; it will also provide oversight and coordinate the development of the Community Education Culinary Arts Program, and establish and maintain pathways to the Culinary Arts industry and to four year programs. The Program Manager will organize professional development opportunities for the Culinary Arts faculty and staff, and will, in communication with the faculty and in cooperation with the dean and workforce development office, support and develop a robust relationship with the Culinary Arts Advisory Board. The Program Manager will interact with and receive input from the culinary chefs, as needed, to perform assigned duties. The Program Manager will also participate actively in the college’s governance processes. This position will require the individual to work closely with the Culinary Arts department, the Culinary Arts Advisory Panel, and the college’s management and marketing teams to maximize program enrollment and ensure the success of its graduates.

Note: New employees will be placed at the first step which is $7,335 per month, second step $7,706 per month or third step at $8,096 per month (depending upon experience). Based on current salary placement guidelines, all step increases for which an employee becomes eligible shall take place on July 1st of each fiscal year. These increases will occur, on annual basis, until the maximum step of $8,936 per month is reached on the salary schedule.

Job Close Date: 10/21/2019
Open Until Filled: No

To apply, visit https://www.4cdcareers.net/postings/6401

Contact:

Human Resources
Contra Costa Community College District
500 Court Street
Martinez CA 94553

Sierra College
Evaluations and Student Support Specialist  
  Posted Monday, September 23, 2019
 

EVALUATIONS AND STUDENT SUPPORT SPECIALIST 1920-11, 12 & 13 (3 POSITIONS)

STUDENT SERVICES DIVISION

ROCKLIN CAMPUS

Sierra College is seeking three (3) full-time Evaluations and Student Support Specialists in the Student Services division. 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 candidates will join a college dedicated to the use of culturally responsive strategies and methods that meet the varying needs of our students, faculty, staff, and surrounding community, and a Student Services division committed to foundationally re‐engineering its programs and services using the Guided Pathways framework to increase student achievement and timely goal completion. 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 direction of an assigned manager, the Evaluations and Student Support Specialist will provide a full range of support to students by major/interest area. Working with other success team members, this position will complete a variety of specialized duties that include: transcript articulation; assist in retention/completion efforts; provide information to students; and perform other related duties as required to ensure compliance with District policies and applicable state and federal laws and regulations.

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. Provide information to groups of students and/or parents regarding:  campus resources, technology services, clubs, policies and procedures, including enrollment, registration, payment, financial aid, educational pathways, support services, and technology services.
  2. Provide information and referrals on college programs, policies and procedures; explain program objectives and offerings; assist in the development and coordination of Student Success and Support Program materials and handouts.
  3. Refer students to Counselors for educational planning, transfer and career planning, personal and crisis counseling.
  4. Provide technical assistance to students in major, college, and scholarship exploration including online computer-aided searches to identify opportunities, resources, application procedures and timelines.
  5. Assess students’ current knowledge and information needs to determine the appropriate starting point for using counseling department resources; follow department protocols to refer students to a Counselor as appropriate.
  6. Function as a technology resource for students, counselors and other faculty for information and assistance.
  7. Review and assess official transcripts from other educational institutions and verify acceptable accreditation;  calculate student cumulative data and grade point average (GPA), converting data to semester system if prior educational institution operated on a quarter system; assess transfer curriculum to determine District degree applicability, analyzing comparability and determining if specific courses satisfy graduation requirements or whether to recommend substitution of courses; determine eligibility to use DD214 service record as unit credits.
  8. Evaluate and articulate transfer coursework from other colleges and universities for course equivalency with college courses to clear major and GE requirements for degrees and certificates and CSU Breadth and IGETC certification.
  9. Make independent decisions based on research and review of reference manuals, websites, Transfer Model Curriculums, and various States’ Educational Standards when determining accreditation, transfer of credit, and course articulation of college and university level coursework along with college catalogs and microfiche to compare course descriptions and syllabi to College courses.
  10. Develop, test and maintain multiple databases including, the student information system, document imaging system, degree audit system of articulated coursework from other regionally accredited educational institutions for purposes of course equivalencies and advising.
  11. Post transferable courses to academic record which will reflect in the student’s degree audits to assist the student and counselor in preparing the student’s educational plan.
  12. Complete CSU General Education and IGETC certifications.
  13. Perform academic records evaluation; evaluate Associate Degrees for Transfer (ADT), Associate of Arts (AA) and Associate of Science (AS) degree petitions and certificate petitions. Process requests for degrees including pre-check upon receipt and post-check after completion of work in progress; post award information to student record; correspond to students to notify them of deficiencies.
  14. Perform specialized activities in providing students with accurate and current information regarding the use of courses taken at other colleges and universities.
  15. Clear prerequisites and registration holds, process forms and petitions; enter data and maintain up-to-date and accurate records of student activity.
  16. Present and assist in planning, coordinating, implementing, and evaluating SSSP related events, such as fairs, workshops, and other events.
  17. Review and evaluate high school transcripts.
  18. Interpret and communicate policies regarding evaluation and GE certification for counseling staff and students.
  19. Calculate cumulative grade point average for Cal Grant applications as needed.
  20. Provide support and participate in various aspects of curriculum development and maintenance as assigned.
  21. Review MIS reporting data. Through extensive research, determine and correct errors in the data prior to submission to the State.
  22. Correspond directly with Department Chairs/Faculty to make determinations with regards to course equivalencies and course substitutions.
  23. Perform a variety of specialized duties related to the SSSP requirements regarding services for prospective, new, continuing and returning students; work closely with other departments and staff to ensure smooth implementation of SSSP component activities; communicate SSSP policies, procedures, regulations and other information.
  24. Assist in high school outreach and other public and community related efforts; participate in the development and implementation of appropriate methods and procedures to optimize efficient and effective delivery of services to potential and enrolled students; assist with services to increase access, student retention and success.
  25. Provide a wide variety of administrative support, may include but not limited to: compose and type correspondence, schedule meetings, appointments, and room reservations; attend meetings and serve on committees; perform general clerical duties; develop and process forms; maintain and provide information, resource materials, and information on program activities.
  26. Train and provide work direction to assigned student workers and temporary help as assigned.
  27. Perform 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: Two years of college with major course work in education, counseling, or a related field.

Experience: Two years of experience, supporting counseling, enrollment, and other student services.

Licenses or Certificate:   Possession of, or ability to obtain, an appropriate, valid driver’s license may be required.

 

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 walk, 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:  $24.29 per hour, 40 hours per week, 12 months per year.   Current work hours are subject to change in accordance with pertinent provisions of the collective bargaining agreement.  Family coverage health, dental and vision insurance, P.E.R.S. retirement system, income protection, life insurance, sick leave, vacation, and holidays as provided according to District policy.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

Required Documents

Please include a self-assessment that addresses the responsibilities and qualifications listed on the job announcement, including:

  1. The transferable experience, knowledge, skills and abilities to serve as an Evaluations and Student Support Specialist.
  2. A commitment to helping improve student retention, persistence and completion, including the strategies you feel are best for supporting historically underrepresented and underserved students.
  3. Evidence of responsiveness to and understanding of the racial, socioeconomic, academic, and cultural diversity within the community college student population, including students with different ability statuses (e.g., physical and/or learning) as these factors relate to the need for equity-minded practice in Student Services and in the campus community.
  4. Sierra College is hiring for multiple Evaluations and Student Support Specialist positions. Some will have a primary focus on transcript and degree evaluations and other positions will primarily focus on student support and retention efforts. Although the primary functions of this position may vary, employees should demonstrate the ability to complete all of the represented duties. Please indicate your preferred primary focus (if any) in the self-assessment.

Candidates must submit a Sierra College Online Application available at:

https://sierracollege.hiretouch.com/

DEADLINE:    Applications must be received by the Sierra College Human Resources Department no later than MONDAY, OCTOBER 14TH, 2019. LATE OR 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.

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) 660-7106 / hr@sierracollege.edu

Contact:

Brittani Kelly, Human Resources Specialist
Sierra College
bkelly8@sierracolleg.edu
 

VP/VC Instruction
Contra Costa Community College District
Vice President of Instruction  
  Posted Thursday, September 19, 2019
 

Vice President of Instruction

Posting Number: 0001347
Location: Los Medanos College
Salary: $10,888.00 - $13,267.00 (Initial salary placement will not be above step 3)

Position Definition:
The job classification for “Vice President” is available on the Contra Costa Community College District website, and includes the position definition, distinguishing characteristics, and examples of duties/essential functions. Please click the link below:

Vice President Job Classification

Distinguishing Characteristics:
(See position definition above)

Examples of Duties/Essential Functions:
(See position definition above)

Minimum Qualifications:
Education/Experience:
Earned Master’s degree or equivalent from an accredited college or university. Experience: Equivalent to at least three (3) years of relevant full-time management experience. License/Certification: A valid Class C California Driver’s License.

Knowledge Of:
Computer-based technology for management of educational services; the goals of shared governance; principles and practices of administrative organization and management, planning, supervising and evaluating the work of others, employee motivation and training; applicable federal, state, local, District and college laws, rules and regulations, and collective bargaining contract provisions; complex business level English usage, spelling, grammar and punctuation; modern office tools such as computers and printers; typical modern office computer software programs; report and presentation writing; the relationship and interaction of a community college and the varied communities, special-interest groups, and public agencies it serves; the purposes, goals and philosophy underlying the delivery of education in a community college setting; budget development and management;

Skill To:


Ability To:
Independently perform assigned critical and highly complex senior management level duties with an entrepreneurial spirit and with effectiveness, speed and accuracy; successfully manage people, major college-wide programs and initiatives; effectively oversee college change efforts, problem-solving, short and long-term planning processes and financial resources; manage personnel resources of a college, including motivating, developing and directing people; communicate effectively both orally and in writing; use personal computers utilizing typical office software applications, including the Internet; work effectively in a participatory governance environment to accomplish the goals and objectives of the college; communicate effectively and constructively with persons of diverse cultures, language groups, and abilities; demonstrate understanding of, sensitivity to, and respect for the diverse academic, socio-economic, race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, politics, philosophy, disability, and religious background of all students, faculty and staff; establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.

Desirable Qualifications:
• Five (5) years of successful public higher education administrative experience in Instruction, including concurrently managing multiple academic support programs/departments.

  • Direct managerial responsibility and functional understanding of the interrelated areas of oversight for this position: Career Technical Education; Liberal Arts, Sciences; General Education; Dual Enrollment; Library; Online Education and Instructional Technology; Curriculum Design; Contract/Community Education
  • Three (3) years of teaching experience in higher education, preferably community colleges
  • Earned doctorate degree from an accredited institution
  • Experience with and/or expertise in…
     Coordinating instructional support services and college-wide initiatives, with successful achievement of measurable objectives
     Building equity-focused practices into the various academic support programs of a higher educational institution
     Instructional services unit planning/program review and learning outcomes
     Designing, presenting, and clearly communicating information in various formats to broad/diverse constituencies
     Sound fiscal planning in the development and management of complex budget(s)
  • Demonstrated leadership and success with…
     Building consensus, cultivating collaborative teams, and fostering positive relationships with diverse campus groups in a participatory governance environment
     Working with and developing educational programming/curriculum for community college students of diverse backgrounds, cultures, and abilities
     Using data to: promote a culture of inquiry; foster dialogue and innovation; inform decision-making; facilitate actionable improvements; and identify/address equity issues
     Promoting a culture of inclusiveness and respect for all members of the College community, and maintaining a supportive, engaging, and equitable learning and work environment
  • Ability to…
     Develop, implement, manage and evaluate high-impact practices and processes that foster programmatic and equitable student success
     Represent the College to develop and strengthen partnerships with other educational institutions, agencies, businesses, and community organizations to increase student access and success
     Leverage the use of technology for delivery of instructional support services
     Implement District policies and procedures, while working effectively with faculty and staff in a collective bargaining environment
  • Knowledge of…
     Student Equity and Achievement Program, Guided Pathways, Strategic Enrollment Management, Vision for Success, Strong Workforce Program, Student-Centered Funding Formula, Online Education Initiative-California Virtual Campus
    ACCJC Standards and accreditation processes
     Current educational and legislative trends pertinent to student support programs in community colleges, including accountability reporting, student retention and achievement, enrollment management, best practices in pedagogy, and distance education
     Contemporary equity, diversity, inclusion and multiculturalism concepts and issues in a higher education setting

    Special Instructions:
    Los Medanos College (LMC) is seeking a dynamic, collaborative, and innovative leader to serve as Vice President of Instruction (VPI). As the Chief Instructional Officer, the VPI will be responsible for providing effective leadership and administrative management for all instructional programs at the College: developing, coordinating, implementing, and evaluating LMC’s educational programs; overseeing complex/multi-department budgets, with senior-level involvement in the planning and implementation of selected college-wide initiatives; the hiring, retention, and evaluation of a diverse, talented team of academic managers, faculty, and classified professionals; ensuring that an equity lens and mindset are applied to the design, delivery, organization, and evaluation of educational programs; coordinating and monitoring instructional program review and learning outcomes; engaging in the development of resource allocations for facilities, equipment, and technologies that support academic and institutional programs and operations; ensuring compliance with federal, state, local, and district policies and regulations; and, as a member of the President’s Cabinet team, ensuring that the College continues to strengthen its integrated approach to programs and services, planning, and operations towards the achievement of student success and institutional goals.
    This position will promote and advance a shared vision for instructional programs that focuses on access, engagement, equitable outcomes, and success for LMC’s diverse student population. The VPI will also work closely with the other Vice Presidents and dedicated educators to develop and implement effective strategies for enrollment management and student retention. The successful candidate will: be a student-focused educator with an inclusive and approachable leadership style; demonstrate a commitment to equity and social justice; possess excellent communication, interpersonal, and organizational skills; be a strategic, innovative thinker with strong problem-solving and organizational skills; and understand how to work effectively in a participatory governance environment.
    Los Medanos College (LMC) is one of three colleges within the Contra Costa Community College District, and offers award-winning transfer and career education programs, stellar support services, and diverse learning opportunities in East Contra Costa County. A Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI), the College serves a diverse population of approximately 10,000 students annually. LMC’s exceptional educators, innovative curricula, growing degree and certificate offerings, and strong regional partnerships focus squarely on student success. From its welcoming campus culture to its state-of-the-art facilities, the College demonstrates its commitment to fostering an inclusive and supportive environment for all members of the campus community – in the classroom and in the workplace – and strives to achieve positive, equitable outcomes for all students. At its Pittsburg Campus and Brentwood Center, LMC provides educational programs and support resources that position students for continued success at four-year institutions, in the workforce, and beyond.
    Screening Interviews are expected to take place the week of November 11th. Final Interviews and public forums are expected to be held the week of November 25th.
    NOTE – Depending upon experience, new employees will be placed at: the first step, which is $10,888.00 per month; second step at $11,439.00 per month; or third step at $12,019.00 per month. Based on current salary placement guidelines, all step increases for which an employee becomes eligible shall take place on July 1st of each fiscal year. These increases will occur on an annual basis, until the maximum step of $13,267.00 per month is reached on the salary schedule.

    Job Close Date: 10/28/2019
    Open Until Filled: No

    To apply, visit https://www.4cdcareers.net/postings/6398

Contact:

Human Resources
Contra Costa Community College District
500 Court Street
Martinez CA 94553

Dean - other
Ohlone College
Dean - Counseling, Student Support and Success  
  Posted Wednesday, September 18, 2019
 


Dean - Counseling, Student Support and Success
Ohlone College

Position Description:
Ideal Candidate Statement:

The ideal candidate will be an experienced community college leader with a commitment to a comprehensive approach to student success programs and services. The candidate must have demonstrable ability to plan and schedule counseling and other student services to meet the needs of students, whether on-line, in-person or at offsite locations.

The successful candidate will have a strong background and knowledge of educational policies and all applicable laws and regulations such as, but not limited to, California Education Code Title 5 Regulations and District Board Policies. The candidate must have the ability to lead faculty and staff to achieve the institution’s goals and objectives included in the Strategic Plan and the Educational Master Plan.

The candidate must embrace the principles of diversity and equity and have the ability to foster collaboration between the Student Services and Academic Affairs divisions. More importantly, the candidate must be committed to the values of the College and lead with integrity.

Job Description Summary:
Under the direction of the Vice President of Student Services, the Dean provides leadership and direction for the College's counseling services and special programs to assure the continuous availability of effective counseling services; oversees Student Success and Support Program mandates provided through Counseling, Transfer and Testing Centers, Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS), Student Accessibility Services (SAS), and Student Mental Health and Health Services; serves as a representative of the College to outside agencies; supervises and evaluates the performance of assigned personnel.

The Dean exercises direct supervision over faculty and professional, technical and clerical staff; coordinates assigned activities with other college departments, divisions, and outside agencies; provides highly responsible and complex administrative support to the Vice President of Student Services.

The Dean is responsible for the following Student Success and Special Programs: Counseling, Transfer and Testing Centers, Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS), Student Accessibility Services (SAS), Student Mental Health and Health Services, and in-reach services such as Early Alert and Academic Standing.

Knowledge Skills and Abilities:
KNOWLEDGE OF:
Planning, organization and direction of a Counseling Department.
Student Success Act guidelines.
Roles and responsibilities of college counselors.
Counseling and student development theory.
Title 5 Regulations, California Education Code, applicable laws, regulations, policies and procedures.
Personal Development curriculum.
College programs and policies.
Budget preparation and control.
Principles and practices of administration, supervision and training.
Interpersonal skills such as tact, patience and courtesy.
Operation of a computer and assigned software.

ABILITY TO:
Plan, organize, control and direct college counseling services; assure the continuous availability of effective counseling services.
Oversee Student Success and Support Program mandates provided by Counseling and Transfer and Testing Centers.
Manage the program review process for Counseling and Student Success programs.
Serve as representative of the College and Counseling Department to outside agencies.
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.
Analyze situations accurately and adopt an effective course of action.
Meet schedules and timelines.
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, direct, administer and evaluate the Counseling and Student Success and Special Programs of the College including Counseling, Transfer Center, Student Accessibility Services, EOPS, Student Mental Health and Health Services; assure compliance with federal, state, local and district regulations, policies and procedures.

Coordinate and oversee the development and administration of the operating budget for Counseling, Student Success and Special Programs; make recommendations to meet the educational and support needs of students at the College; participate in the preparation of grants as applicable.

Develop a cohesive Counseling, Student Success and Special Programs structure, imbedding continuous quality improvement and leading the development of Student Services Learning Outcomes (SSLO).

Create and nurture collaborative relationships with faculty, administrators and staff in other divisions and departments across the College and act as a partner in creating cohesive teams; act ethically in all matters; network with others; and bridge artificial boundaries among silos in the College organization.

Effectively provide direction on the use of systems and technology in enhancing the delivery of services to students.

Respond to and resolve difficult and sensitive inquires and complaints by students, staff, faculty or the general public; serve as resource for faculty and staff regarding student behavior and concerns.

Attend, participate and serve as representative of the College and Counseling Department for other divisions, committees, participatory governance bodies and outside agencies, including but not limited to International Program orientations, the Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT), Guided Pathways Committee, Student Equity and Achievement Committee, College Connection orientations, high school conferences and counselor meetings and other assigned events.

Assure compliance with local, state, and federal regulations, laws and policies; possess working knowledge of codes and regulations relating to Student Services such as California Education Code, Title 5 Regulations, District Board Policies, and District Administrative Procedures.

Coordinate work assignments of subordinates and review work to ensure compliance with established procedures, standards and requirements; ensure employee understanding of established requirements.

Supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned staff; interview and participate in selecting employees; orient, train, counsel, and discipline personnel according to established policies and procedures.

Conduct regular evaluation of full-time faculty in accordance with the collective bargaining agreement; conduct regular evaluation of adjunct faculty in accordance with District procedure.

Oversee, facilitate and provide leadership for the program review process for Counseling and Student Success and Special Programs; evaluate program review cycles and drafts; approve Counseling and Student Success and Special Programs program reviews.

In collaboration with college staff, address issues related to accreditation and develop a system for the on-going and systematic review and enhancement of programs related to achieving educational/support services goals.

Coordinate scheduling of all counseling instructional offerings to ensure that the primary focus of counseling is preserved.

Manage Personal Development courses; assign faculty to teach course sections; hire and assign adjuncts; schedule rooms and process loads; approve new courses and course revisions; oversee the update of college catalogs, class schedules and website as required.

Coordinates Counseling and Student Success and Special Programs with instructional support services, instructional programs and other applicable programs.

Communicate with other administrators, personnel and outside organizations to coordinate activities and programs; resolve issues and conflicts and exchange information.

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

Plan, organize and implement long and short-term programs and activities designed to develop assigned programs and services.

Conduct, prepare, and present a variety of organizational studies, surveys, analyses, staff reports and other necessary correspondence and reports.

Attend and conduct a variety of meetings as assigned including Faculty Senate, College Council, Board meetings and events.

Set annual professional goals and engage in continual professional development activities.

Perform other related duties and responsibilities as required.

Education and Experience:
Possession of a Master’s degree in Counseling or related field.

Two years of formal training, internship, or leadership experience reasonably related to the administrator’s assignment.

Previous community college experience leading a Student Services Division.

Preferred Qualifications:
In addition to the minimum qualifications, the ideal candidate will have five years of increasingly responsible education-related experience, including two years of teaching or academic counseling experience, preferably in a community college environment.

Must have excellent oral and communication skills.

Demonstrated success in the knowledge and ability areas listed above.

Experience working within an Enterprise Resource Planning system, preferably with a higher education system such as Colleague or a similar system.

Salary Range:
$122,997 - $156,982 Annually

Posting Detail Information:
Posting Number:

Number of Vacancies: 1

Desired Start Date:

Position End Date (if temporary):

Close Date: 10/21/2019

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 increases 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 center 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 Center 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
 

Rancho Santiago Community College District
Dean, Business and Career Education  
  Posted Monday, September 16, 2019
 

 

Dean, Business and Career Education #AC19-0759
Business and Career Education/Santiago Canyon College

Salary
2018-2019 Management Salary Schedule
Grade B $140,862.79 - $147,905.93 - $155,301.23 - $163,066.29 - $171,219.60 - $179,780.58 - $188,769.61/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 State Teachers' Retirement System.

Starting Date: As soon as possible after the offer of employment.
Deadline to Apply: Wednesday, November 27, 2019, 5:00 PM

GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES
Overall responsibility to the Vice President of Academic Affairs for the leadership and administration of all aspects of the Division of Business and Career Education. Responsible for the design, delivery, staffing, administrative support, supervision, and evaluation of Division academic programs and academic support staff as well as student enrollment, progress and discipline and all related records and reports. Oversight for specially funded career education programs such as Perkins, Strong Workforce Program and Apprenticeship. Performs other duties and special projects as assigned.

SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES
Development and Delivery of Instructional Programs and Services

Provides direction and support to faculty in the development, revision and evaluation of curriculum and materials, serves on the Division Curriculum Committee, and may serve on the District Curriculum and Instruction Council. Reviews and approves curriculum development proposals, course outlines, and program changes, textbook recommendations, field trip requests, credit by examination requests and program requirements waivers. 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
As delegated by the Vice President, Academic Affairs, is responsible for or effectively recommends the hire, transfer, suspension, lay-off, recall, promotion, assignment, discipline, training, professional development, direction and evaluation of work, and adjustment of grievances of 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 instructional program and providing direction and assistance wherever a need for improvement is identified.

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

Budget/Funding /Payroll
Substantial responsibilities for the timely and accurate preparation, submission and administration of the college instructional and Division budgets, and payroll accounting for adjunct faculty.

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 and support organizations and on state boards and committees to articulate, enhance and improve programs and services and reputation on the state and national levels.

Other Professional Responsibilities
Significant responsibility for chairing and supervision of college and District-wide committees and task forces.

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 knowledge of and oversee online learning that include course management systems such as Blackboard. 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.

REQUIRED SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS
Minimum Qualifications:
Master's degree and at least one year of formal training, internship or leadership experience reasonably related to this administrative assignment; or a valid California Administrative or Supervisory Credential authorizing service at the community college level.

Required Skills: Ability to resolve conflicts and solve problems, plan, evaluate and supervise delivery of instructional program and strategies, analyze and apply laws, rules and regulations involving programs, staff and students, and represent the college at the community, state and national levels.

Desirable Qualifications: Two years of full-time teaching experience in a business or Career Technical Education related discipline preferably at the community college level; or equivalent. Experience linking educational programs to the economic and workforce development needs of business and industry. Evidence of work with business and industry groups. Ability to develop and implement grants and new occupational programs. Knowledge of occupational-CTE funding sources (VATEA-Perkins) and reporting requirements.

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 (Required)
• Any additional supplemental materials (Optional)
Travel reimbursement is available to those meeting the established district criteria.

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.

Contact:

Human Resources
Rancho Santiago Community College District
CA
Marasigan_Elouise@rsccd.org
 

Pasadena City College
Dean, Natural Sciences  
  Posted Monday, September 16, 2019
 

 

DEAN, NATURAL SCIENCES
Natural Sciences Division
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.

FINAL DATE TO SUBMIT THE DISTRICT APPLICATION AND ALL SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2019 BY 5:00 PM


EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

• Master's degree from an accredited college or university in a discipline in which instruction is offered at the College AND
• One year of formal training or leadership experience reasonably related to the administrator's assignment

DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS
Earned Doctorate from an accredited institution
Community college teaching experience

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=540

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

Contact:

Human Resources
Pasadena City College
Pasadena CA 91106
United States
ydjuico@pasadena.edu
 

VP/VC Administrative/Business Services
Contra Costa Community College District
Vice President, Business/Administrative Services  
  Posted Friday, August 30, 2019
 

Vice President, Business and Administrative Services

Posting Number: 0001340
Location: Diablo Valley College
Salary: $10,888- $13,267 per month

Position Definition:
Under general administrative direction of a College President, serves as a campus Assistant Chief Executive Officer (CEO), overseeing budget development, fiscal operations, fiscal accountability, facilities management, major construction and renovation projects, campus information technology, central cashiering, bookstore, business office, campus human resources, campus payroll, campus accounting, custodial, food services, building grounds, maintenance, and other duties as assigned. May serve as the acting College CEO in the absence of the College President.

Distinguishing Characteristics:
A Vice President oversees academic, student affairs and/or support services programs for a college in the District and serves as an Assistant Chief Executive Officer for the campus. Incumbents receive very high level direction from the College President. The President reports directly to the District Chancellor and is the Chief Executive Officer of the College, and thus is responsible for the entire delivery of educational and other services provided by the College.

Examples of Duties/Essential Functions:
• Serves as an Assistant Chief Executive Officer and Chief Business Officer for a college in the District, overseeing budget development, fiscal operations, fiscal accountability, facilities management, major construction and renovation projects, campus information technology, central cashiering, bookstore, business office, campus human resources, campus payroll, campus accounting, custodial, food services, building grounds, maintenance, and other duties as assigned.
• Provides vision and leadership for a diverse, dynamic and innovative community of managers, faculty, staff and students.
• Provides overall leadership in the area of business and administrative services programs, ensuring that the instructional, student, and/or support services programs reflect the educational philosophy and institutional goals of the College and the District.
• Ensures that accreditation standards are met.
• Plans, directs, and oversees the financial, human resources, risk management, and information technology functions of the college.
• Develops, manages, and oversees College’s budget and all funds.
• Allocates or assists in allocation of financial resources to accomplish college educational mission and goals in accordance with established budget processes.
• Interprets and analyzes pertinent educational and financial laws, legislation, policies, regulations and procedures to determine impact on the College and to formulate compliance and reporting strategies.
• Develops, recommends and carries out comprehensive policies and programs for managing the College’s business and administrative activities in accordance with College and District missions and goals.
• Provides in-service training programs for staff on policies, work methods, materials, customer service, equipment, and work safety.
• Serves as College Equal Employment Officer and College Safety Officer; ensures compliance with all pertinent labor laws and collective bargaining agreements.
• Ensures campus safety with students, staff, and the public.
• Oversees the hiring processes and payroll functions for College managers, supervisors, faculty and classified staff.
• Ascertains and meets College and community educational and financial needs by communicating effectively with managers, supervisors, faculty and staff and the service area community.
• Actively participates in and supports College shared governance components and activities and other collaborative processes.
• Assists in the development and maintenance of the assigned college’s educational strategic plan.
• Develops and participates in College and District planning processes to assure articulation between financial planning goals and objectives and those of other College and District organizational units.
• Supports a climate that promotes innovation and improved service to students and the community; cooperates with area staff, faculty and other managers to develop processes that are student-friendly and supportive of student success.

• Manages and participates in the continued evaluation and improvement of assigned College-wide business and administrative programs and services.
• Oversees and coordinates new construction, remodeling, grounds renovation, maintenance, and campus-related projects.
• Oversees research and submission of grant applications and proposals to federal, state, foundation and other funding agencies, to augment college resources for educational programs and services.
• Manages assigned managers, faculty, classified and supervisory staff.
• Assists in the training of assigned managers, supervisory, faculty and classified staff.
• Evaluates assigned managers, supervisors and classified staff.
• Assists in the evaluation of faculty.
• Represents the college on College and District-wide committees and task forces, as well as to community groups, professional organizations, other colleges and K-12 schools.
• Responds to and seeks resolution of complaints arising from assigned divisions and major program area activities, including participating in the process of collective bargaining contract grievances.
• Employs appropriate techniques and strategies to resolve disputes and to enhance communication and cooperation among the members of the College and District communities.
• Travels throughout the District in carrying out responsibilities and functions.
• Performs other related duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:
Education/Experience:
Education/Training: Earned Master’s degree from an accredited college or university in business administration, accounting, finance, or a related field AND three years of relevant full-time management experience.

OR

A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in business administration, accounting, finance, or a related field AND a certified public accountant’s license AND five years of relevant full-time management experience.

OR

A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in business administration, accounting, finance, or a related field AND seven years of relevant full-time management experience.

Knowledge Of:
Knowledge Of: community college budget procedures, finance, accounting, payroll, human resources, information technology, facilities, buildings and grounds, maintenance, construction management, and equipment; the goals of shared governance; principles and practices of administrative organization and management, planning, supervising and evaluating the work of others, employee motivation and training; applicable federal, state, local, District and College laws, rules and regulations, and collective bargaining contract provisions; complex business level English usage, spelling, grammar and punctuation; modern office tools such as computers and printers; typical modern office computer software programs; report and presentation writing; the relationship and interaction of a community college and the varied communities, special-interest groups, and public agencies it serves; the purposes, goals and philosophy underlying the delivery of education in a community college setting; budget development and management;

Skill To:


Ability To:
Ability To: Independently perform assigned critical and highly complex senior management level duties with an entrepreneurial spirit and with effectiveness, speed and accuracy; successfully manage people, major college-wide programs and initiatives; effectively oversee college change efforts, problem-solving, short and long-term strategic financial planning processes and financial resources; manage personnel resources of a college, including motivating, developing and directing people; communicate effectively both orally and in writing; use personal computers utilizing typical office software applications, including the Internet; work effectively in a participatory governance environment to accomplish the goals and objectives of the college; communicate effectively and constructively with persons of diverse cultures, language groups, and abilities; demonstrate sensitivity to and ability to work with the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural and ethnic backgrounds of community college students, faculty, and staff, including those with disabilities; establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.

Desirable Qualifications:
Desirable knowledge, skills and abilities

The ideal candidate will be:
•An effective communicator, facilitator, and listener with strong interpersonal skills.
•An individual with demonstrated cultural competence who values, motivates and supports the development of a diverse faculty, staff and student population.
•A transparent and inclusive individual, committed to participatory governance.
•A leader who understands the complexity and competing priorities of a growing diverse, comprehensive community college.
•A leader with demonstrated expertise in the budgeting and resource management.
•A person with experience in who has successfully led facilities planning, development, renovation, and construction.

Special Instructions:
The Application Process
• To ensure full consideration, qualified candidates must submit a complete on-line application (references to resumes or other uploaded documents within the on-line application will be considered an “incomplete” application; if any section does not apply, please enter “N/A”). The following document(s) should be assembled prior to completing the on-line CCCCD Application (these will need to be uploaded with your application):

• 1. Cover Letter of Application (described subsequently) 2. Current Resume

• In a Cover Letter of Application, not to exceed five (5) pages, a candidate will succinctly state how she/he would address the Challenges, Issues, and Opportunities at Diablo Valley College. Candidates should cite specific examples from background and experience to demonstrate knowledge and expertise necessary for this position. The letter of application should indicate to what extent personal qualities and professional characteristics and skills match the preferred qualifications sought for this position.

• 3. Professional References (within respective section of on-line application): Candidates must provide 7 professional references which include the name, telephone number, and e-mail address for each of the following: 1 supervisor, 1 colleague, 1 reporting support staff member, 2 faculty members, 1 student leader, and 1 community member. Preferably, references are to be from current and former institutions. References will not be contacted without a candidate’s permission. 4. Unofficial Transcripts.

• Application Deadline: Applications must be submitted on-line (www.4cdcareers.net) with all requested documents by October 16, 2019 (11:59 p.m. Pacific time). Please review the posting in its entirety and allow time to upload requested documents. Only complete on-line applications will be reviewed by the committee following the deadline date.

• All inquiries and applications will be held in the strictest confidence.

• Important: To ensure consistency and fairness to all candidates, please do not submit materials other than those requested (i.e., personal photo, articles you’ve written, etc.). Please only upload requested documents using respective document name labels. Uploading extraneous materials, unless specifically requested within this posting, may result in your application not being reviewed.

• Application materials sent via mail, fax, or e-mail will not be accepted.

• Note that correspondence may be sent to you via e-mail. Interview invitations will be via personal phone calls.

PPL, Inc. is pleased to have been selected to assist the College and District in this important search and selection process. Any questions or confidential inquiries you or others might have about the Contra Community College District, or the Diablo Valley College Vice President position may be directed to either of the following:

PPL Consultant Robert Griffin, rgriffin@pplpros.com (408) 616-9282

For questions about the status of the process, or technical issues related to the application process, please contact:

Sophia Lever, Recruitment & Classification Analyst, slever@4cd.edu, 925-229-6854

Stephanie Morgado, Human Resources Generalist, smorgado@4cd.edu, 925-229-6870

NOTE: New employees will be placed at the first step which is $ 10,888 per month, second step $11,439 per month, or $12,019 per month depending upon experience. Based on current salary placement guidelines, all step increases for which an employee becomes eligible shall take place on July 1st of each fiscal year. These increases will occur, on an annual basis, until the maximum step of $ 13,267 per month is reached on the salary schedule. First Interviews will occur during the week of 11/4/19. Final Interviews will occur on 11/14/19.

Job Close Date: 10/16/2019
Open Until Filled: No

To apply, visit https://www.4cdcareers.net/postings/6303

Contact:

Human Resources
Contra Costa Community College District
500 Court Street
Martinez CA 94553

Director
Director of District Public Safety     Posted Friday, August 23, 2019
 

Director of District Public Safety, Compliance, and Emergency Preparedness, Office of the Chancellor- Central Services

Salary: Management Salary Schedule 2019-2020 Range 32: $6,880 to $8,741 monthly salary. A $2,562 per year Doctoral Stipend is provided for an earned doctorate.

Deadline: Open Until Filled

Complete job description and application available online at: https://yosemite.peopleadmin.com/postings/3970

DEFINITION

Under general administrative direction, plans, organizes, directs, manages, and oversees the district-wide Security, and Emergency Management and Preparedness functions; including development, implementation, and maintenance of the District’s Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan; and performs other duties, as assigned.

SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED

Receives general administrative direction from the Chancellor.

Provides direct supervision to technical and other administrative support staff.

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:

Pattern I

Education: Master’s Degree (MA or MS) from a regionally accredited institution in a related field of study such as Administration of Justice, Criminal Justice, Law Enforcement, or Emergency Management.

Experience: A minimum of three years of directly related experience.

OR Pattern II

Education: Bachelor’s Degree in a related field of study such as Administration of Justice, Criminal Justice, Law Enforcement, or Emergency Management.

Experience: A minimum of five years of directly related experience. 

Desired Qualifications:

• Working knowledge of the local, state, and national regulations and guidelines as they pertain to emergency/disaster preparedness. 

• Demonstrated comprehensive knowledge of current state and federal laws and regulations, practices and procedures pertaining to Title IX compliance. 

• Proven ability to prepare and present detailed reports, educational programs, training, and assessment. 

• Preferred experience in Community College or Educational agency with an integrated HRIS systemor similar system in an educational environment.

Desirable Professional Characteristics

Desired Qualifications:

• Working knowledge of the local, state, and national regulations and guidelines as they pertain to emergency/disaster preparedness. 

• Demonstrated comprehensive knowledge of current state and federal laws and regulations, practices and procedures pertaining to Title IX compliance. 

• Proven ability to prepare and present detailed reports, educational programs, training, and assessment. 

• Preferred experience in Community College or Educational agency with an integrated HRIS system or similar system in an educational environment.

Knowledge of:

• Working knowledge of National Incident Management System (NIMS) and the Standardized Emergency Management System (SEMS).

• Practices and techniques to develop implement and direct standard operational procedures for district emergency preparedness and security.

• State and federal laws and regulations, practices and procedures pertaining to Title IX compliance.

• Student Right to Know Act (Clery Act)

• Drug Free Schools and Communities Act

• Campus Safety Report 

• Necessary communication skills to work effectively in a culturally diverse environment;

• Effective employee safety precautions and procedures; employee safety laws and regulations.

Ability to: 

• Develop and oversee standard operating procedures for emergency preparedness and compliance.

• Communicate effectively in both oral and written form; use appropriate and correct English, spelling, grammar and punctuation; operate available technologies as administrative tools.

• Communicate effectively with staff, community and state law enforcement officers.

• Train personnel in new concepts of district emergency preparedness, security and compliance.

• Establish and maintain effective working relationships.

• Use good judgment in recognizing the scope of authority as delegated; analyze situations and make decisions on procedural matters without immediate supervision; analyze projects under pressure of time.

• Maintain the security and confidentiality of specified records and information; work effectively under stress.

Example of Duties

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Note: The primary worksite is at the District Office and weekly visits to the college campuses, including Columbia College, are required. District-wide responsibilities will be assigned from the following areas:

EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS: 

• Represent the district as the Emergency Preparedness Coordinator. 

• Plan, organize, and direct the district emergency preparedness, general security, emergency medical services, crime prevention, and fire prevention.

• Communicate and cooperate with local and state law enforcement agencies to discuss security and law enforcement coordination on district facilities. 

• Consult and work cooperatively with all other college divisions and departments in routine matters designed to ensure the safety and security of all individuals while on District property.

• Coordinate with the District’s Compliance Officer, the completion of federal reporting requirements related to the Clery Act.

• Supervise and oversee the completion of various state and federal reporting requirements related to the local hazard mitigation plan, Drug Free Schools and Communities Act, California Safety Report, etc.

• Develop and maintain all emergency management and business continuity plans for the District; coordinate emergency simulations.

• Identify emergency management training needs, conduct vulnerability assessments and develop and implement comprehensive emergency management training programs; organize and implement conferences on emergency planning and preparedness.

• Oversee on-scene emergency response measures in accordance with the Incident Command Systems (ICS), National Incident Management System (NIMS), Standardized Emergency Management System (SEMS) and the District’s Emergency Operations Plan (EOP). 

• Apply for and assist in administering state, federal and local grants relating to homeland security and emergency preparedness.

• Serve as the District’s representative for Standardized Emergency Management System (SEMS) and National Incident Management System (NIMS), and other state and local homeland security and emergency preparedness policy-making bodies.

• Develop, implement and coordinate emergency preparedness drills such as adverse weather and fire.

PUBLIC SAFETY AND COMPLIANCE:

• Plan, organize, and direct the campus safety services of the college including facility security, parking and traffic control, safety, emergency medical services, crime prevention, and fire prevention.

• Prepare and submit annual department plan and budget for assigned functions; review periodic budget reports to compare actual expenditures against proposed; authorize expenditures within approved budget.

• Advise administrators and appropriate staff on public safety, security, parking and protective services provided by college programs and personnel.

• Develop operational guidelines for the District Security Department.

• Formulate and coordinate the implementation of District public safety goals and objectives.

• Meet with community organizations and individuals to discuss parking and security related issues in surrounding neighborhoods.

• Direct and participate in confidential and sensitive internal investigations as directed by the Chancellor. Review reports of investigations conducted by staff and recommend follow-up actions as appropriate.

• Research state and federal laws, regulations, and guidelines regarding the implementation of homeland security programs, and ensure District compliance with such regulations

• Interact and collaborate with college administration to ensure compliance and to build relationships that serve as the foundation for cooperation and open dialogue with and among the diverse groups of campus constituents.

• Ensure that complaints, reports, and investigations of sexual misconduct are handled in accordance with the District policy and through prompt, consistent, and equitable practices and standards as per District policies. Serve as liaison for the District and as a technical authority to relative to outside regulatory agencies, security and public safety affairs.

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS

• Work is generally performed in a standard office environment.

• Work may require occasional evening and weekend hours on an on-call basis.

• Indoor/outdoor work environment with some exposure to environmental extremes.

Licenses and Certificates:

• Possession of a valid California Motor Vehicle Driver’s License

• NIMS certifications – IS 100.HC, 200.HC, 300, 400, 700, and 800.B

• Possession of California POST Certification

YCCD is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.

Contact:

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

VP/VC Administrative/Business Services
San Diego Community College District
Vice President, Administrative Services  
  Posted Tuesday, July 23, 2019
 


Vice President, Administrative Services

San Diego Community College District


Closing Date:

Position Number: 000042

Location: San Diego City College

Position Type:

The Position:
Message from Dr. Ricky Shabazz, President of San Diego City College

As the flagship campus in the San Diego Community College District, we seek an innovative, experienced and passionate leader for the position of Vice President of Administrative Services. Recognized for its commitment to social justice, equity, and academic excellence, San Diego City College has been committed to student achievement for more than 105 years.

As a member of our executive leadership team, the Vice President of Administrative Services is responsible for managing, and implementing the campus budget. Working in collaboration with the campus community, the Vice President of Administrative Services provides leadership and direction for all administrative support systems. This includes leadership in the areas of strategic planning, budget development, facilities management and safety. The Vice President of Administrative Services works with all divisions of the college and district staff, and communicates effectively with faculty and staff, district managers, external public agency representatives, and the general public to create conditions designed to promote student achievement. If you are seeking to be a part of a dynamic and transformational team, we encourage you to apply for this position.

Applications are currently being accepted for Vice President, Administrative Services in the Office of Administrative Services, located at San Diego City College. Hours are Monday through Friday, 8am to 5pm. Selected candidate must be willing to adjust work days/hours based on the department's needs.

The first review of application materials will occur the week of July 1, 2019 and may continue until position is filled.

Please note that an employee may be transferred to any site at the option of the Chancellor.

Major Responsibilities:


Qualifications:


Desired Qualifications:
Application Desired Qualifications The successful candidate will possess or demonstrate the following: Leading the annual integrated preparation and implementation of the college budget. Providing fiscal leadership in the areas of purchasing, expenditure control and financial reporting. Managing the college’s accounting and bursar functions. Leading the campus contract and grant services including compliance with Federal and State and local regulations and Board agenda development. Partnering with District operations to maintain college buildings and grounds. Coordinating major campus construction projects, major maintenance and repairs, and relocation services. Managing the recruitment, screening, on boarding, training and evaluation of employees. Coordinating employment, personnel, and timekeeping services with district and college staff. Advise campus managers regarding grievance, discipline and interpretation of collective bargaining agreements. Managing and planning technology services in coordination with district Information Technology Department. Leading campus safety and emergency response efforts. Serving as the campus Health and Safety Officer by ensuring compliance with OSHA and Federal/State/Local requirements for illness, injury, hazardous materials and associated business plans. Providing leadership and direction for strategic planning and institutional effectiveness designed to promote student success. Training and Experience: Any combination of training and experience equivalent to: a Master’s degree in Public or Business Administration or related field and six years experience in accounting, personnel, budgeting, labor relations or other related field, with at least two years of experience in a management position.

Licenses:


Pay Information:
Range 20 ($10,661.11 – $17,351.15) per month based on the current Management Salary Schedule.

Initial salary placement is commensurate with related experience and promotional rules. The District offers a comprehensive fringe benefit package including employer paid: medical, dental, and vision plans; sick and vacation leave; and opportunities for professional development. Initial Salary Placement, Promoted or transferred employees will be placed as specified in the Management Employees Handbook. This position is FLSA Exempt and may not accrue overtime. A temporary probationary period will be applied to the employee entering this assignment. The SDCCD Employment Web Page provides a link to employee collective bargaining agreements and handbooks, and more information about terms and conditions of employment to include salary and benefits.

To apply, visit: https://www.sdccdjobs.com

All applicants must have demonstrated cultural competency and sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students and staff.

Contact:

Human Resources
San Diego Community College District
CA
emilliga@sdccd.edu
 

Director
Glendale Community College
Director of Facilities  
  Posted Thursday, July 18, 2019
 

Director of Facilities


Salary
$110,472.00 - $185,064.00 Annually

Location
Glendale, CA

Job Type
Classified Management

Department
Facilities

Job Number
300440

Closing
Continuous

Description
The Director of Facilities is responsible for overseeing the planning, construction, and maintenance of District buildings, grounds, and other facilities in compliance with federal, state, and local laws and regulations and District requirements.

SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED
Administrative direction is provided by the Executive Vice President of Administrative Services.

Supervision is exercised over construction, maintenance, operations, grounds and clerical management and staff.

This position is open until filled.

Examples of Duties
• Directs the District's long term and short term facilities planning based on an analysis of District needs; submits annual plans to the California Community College Chancellor's Office and other agencies as necessary including space inventories, initial project proposals, final project proposals, and the 5-year facilities master plan.
• Establishes specifications for bidding processes for major and minor construction, repair, and remodeling projects and service contracts in consultation with District management; evaluates bids and prepares recommendations for consideration by the Board of Trustees; negotiates agreements for work when the bidding process is not required.
• Coordinates and monitors the work of contractors and subcontractors for construction and maintenance projects; serves as a liaison between the District and contractors and subcontractors; reviews and inspects plans and work to ensure compliance with building, environmental, and education codes and District specifications, plans, and standards.
• Maintains comprehensive records of plan specifications, architectural drawings and renderings, and other construction documentation related to District buildings and facilities projects.
• Oversees the management of ongoing and preventative maintenance programs, repairs, cleaning, and operations for District buildings, facilities, grounds, and related equipment including custodial work, utilities, hazardous waste, recycling, HVAC and electrical work, plumbing, and locksmith operations.
• Ensures District facilities, construction, and maintenance work remain in compliance with federal, state, and local laws, codes, and regulations including building and safety codes, accessibility standards, and safe work practices; coordinates required inspections of District facilities; oversees compliance reporting for waste management, utilities, energy conservation, construction, and health and safety agencies.
• Develops and administers the Facilities operating budget, including departmental spending, utilities, maintenance, and campus provided capital improvements; monitors budgets for capital construction; projects costs for construction and maintenance projects.
• Serves as the California Environmental Quality Act Officer for the District; assesses the environmental impact of changes to facilities and operations and completes environmental impact reports; manages hazardous waste pickups.
• Prepares and delivers presentations to inform the Board of Trustees and other stakeholders of construction plans and progress; advocates for District facilities projects to the State Chancellor's office and other state agencies as necessary.
• Oversees the work order control system to assign and monitor the work of custodial, grounds, and maintenance staff.
• Selects, trains, motivates, directs, evaluates, and disciplines Facilities management and staff; provides in-service occupational and safety training for Facilities employees.
• Provides legislative leadership on proposed laws affecting community college facilities.
• Performs related work as required.

Minimum Qualifications
Knowledge of:

• Practices, principles, techniques of construction and facilities maintenance and operations including the engineering of institutional and commercial structures.
• Architectural and engineering plans, designs, and specifications for construction and maintenance projects.
• Principles and practices of Infrastructure Lifecycle Management.
• Hydraulics as it applies to sewer and water distribution systems design.
• Engineering mathematics as used to evaluate construction designs.
• Engineering surveying as used to plan and design construction projects.
• Standard preventative and ongoing maintenance needs for buildings, grounds, facilities, and related equipment.
• Building trades used in facility and equipment maintenance, alterations, and repairs including, but not limited to, HVAC, plumbing, electrical, and locksmith.
• Operational and engineering principles of complex plumbing, electrical, and mechanical systems for buildings and facilities and their utility infrastructure (e.g., chillers, boilers, furnaces, air handlers, refrigeration systems, fire alarm and sprinkler systems, power distribution systems, lighting systems, etc.)
• Materials, and equipment used in the building, utility, and grounds construction, repair, and maintenance activities and crafts, including their properties such as tensile strength and statics.
• Federal, state, and local laws, codes, and regulations related to the planning, construction, and maintenance of District buildings, grounds, and other facilities including but not limited to, building, safety, fire, and education codes, and the Americans with Disabilities Act.
• The California Community College Chancellor's Office reporting requirements for construction and space planning requirements.
• Principles and practices of competitive bidding processes for construction and maintenance projects.
• Recycling, waste, and energy management and conservation programs, systems, and best practices, including State usage and reporting requirements.
• Methods for assessing the potential environmental impact of proposed construction projects.
• Project management practices, including goal setting and the development, assessment, implementation, and evaluation of programs and operations.
• Safety practices related to maintenance activities and the operation of building and grounds maintenance equipment including Occupational Health and Safety Administration guidelines.
• Financial management principles related to the planning, construction, and maintenance of District buildings, grounds, and other facilities, including estimating project costs and budget preparation and administration.
• Electronic work order control systems as used to assign and monitor work.
• Requirements of facility construction plans and projects as dictated by Deferred Maintenance and State Construction grants.
• Effective recordkeeping practices and procedures and report writing techniques.
• Effective supervisory techniques including delegation, training, discipline, and performance evaluation.

Ability to:
• Plan, evaluate, organize, and coordinate work related to the construction, repair, and maintenance of college buildings, facilities, grounds, and utilities.
Interpret, apply, explain, ensure compliance with, and stay abreast of changes in federal, state, and local laws and regulations affecting the construction, repair, and maintenance of college buildings, facilities, grounds, and utilities.
• Interpret and evaluate complex architectural and engineering blueprints, designs, plans and specifications.
• Inspect plans, drawings, and work for compliance with specifications, laws, regulations, and appropriate code requirements.
• Assess construction and maintenance needs based on present and projected demands and resources.
• Analyze information, determine the best course of action, and prepare sound recommendations.
• Develop plans and specifications for construction, repair, and remodeling projects and service contracts.
• Analyze potential environmental impact of proposed construction projects.
• Exercise sound judgement and interpersonal skills, including tact, diplomacy, and courtesy in handling negotiations.
• Establish and maintain a variety of hard copy and electronic recordkeeping and tracking systems.
• Develop, administer, and monitor budgets to maximize financial resources.
• Prepare and maintain clear and concise reports, correspondence, policies, procedures, and other written materials.
• Communicate effectively in writing and orally.
• Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those encountered during the course of work.
• Develop and deliver clear and persuasive oral presentations.
• Supervise, train, delegate, discipline, evaluate, and coordinate the work of management, professional, and technical personnel.
• Demonstrate a 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.

EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS
Training and Experience:

• Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with a major in Architecture, Business or Public Administration, Construction Management, Mechanical, Civil, or Structural Engineering or a related field.
• Five years of increasingly responsible management experience in facilities planning, construction and maintenance.

Desired Qualifications:
• Facilities management experience in education.
• Master's degree or higher in Business or Public Administration, Architecture, Construction Management, Mechanical, Civil, Structural Engineering or Law.

Additional Information
Salary

Starting salary is from $110,472.00 to $185,064.00 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 or diploma showing required degree 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. Additional documents not requested in the announcement, will not be reviewed. Incomplete applications will not be considered.

This position is open until filled. 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. 5921.

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 or mail 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
Ann H. Ransford, Dr. Vahe Peroomian, Anthony P. Tartaglia,
Yvette Vartanian Davis, and Dr. Armine G. Hacopian

CALIFORNIA COMMUNITY COLLEGES: THE WAY CALIFORNIA WORKS


To apply, click here.

Contact:

Human Resources
Glendale Community College
CA
United States
jbriones@glendale.edu
 


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