East Central College seeks a new Vice President of Student Development to serve the institution beginning July 1, 2018. The ideal candidate will be an innovative, collaborative professional with a passion for student success and the community college mission.
The Vice President of Student Development reports directly to the President of the College and oversees the college’s implementation of policies and projects in the departments of Admissions and Recruiting, Registration, Financial Aid, Advising and Counseling, Student Activities and Athletics, Campus Security and general student development.
EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, and LICENSES/CERTIFICATIONS: (A comparable amount of training, education or experience may be substituted for the minimum qualifications.)
The ideal candidate will hold a Master’s degree in counseling, psychology, student services, or a related field; five years related experience; three to five years administrative leadership in higher education, including budget management; demonstrate the ability to work collaboratively, show a commitment to student success; possess excellent communication skills; and have experience in overseeing campus security.
ESSENTIAL TASKS: Employee must be able to perform the following essential functions to the satisfaction of the employee’s supervisor.
- Plan, organize & administer a broad range of programs and services for recruitment, admissions, registration, advisement, financial aid, counseling, student activities and athletics.
- Supervise assigned personnel.
- Serve as institutional compliance coordinator for federal student related laws and regulations, including Title VI, Title IX, Section 504, ADA & FERPA.
- Responsible for oversight of campus security and college emergency planning and implementation.
- Promote effective communication with faculty, staff and the community to meet the objectives of student development programs and services.
- Administer matters pertaining to student appeals regarding academic suspension financial aid, tuition & fees, & disciplinary issues.
- Lead the college’s Behavioral Intervention Team, addressing individual student’s mental health needs and supporting campus safety.
- Serve as the college transfer and articulation officer for the MO Dept. of Higher Education.
- Develop and recommend student development policies and procedures.
- Prepare, recommend and administer division budgets, approving all expenditures.
- Communicate effectively in a professional, tactful and courteous manner with students, employees, faculty and the general public.
- Conduct college business in a professional and ethical manner that includes the College’s core values of integrity, excellence, dignity, accountability, environmental responsibility and global citizenry.
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Benefits: ECC offers a comprehensive benefits package which includes medical, dental, vision and life insurance with no premium cost to the employee for employee only coverage. Retirement benefits, generous paid leave, tuition waiver and tuition reimbursement benefits.
Minimum starting salary is $90,000 and will commensurate with experience.
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