Vice President, Student Affairs
Bergen Community College, the third largest college in New Jersey, serving a diverse student body on its suburban campus, has a leadership opportunity for a Vice President, Student Affairs. The Vice President, Student Affairs provides administrative leadership for all student services programs and initiatives including but not limited to recruitment; admissions; registration; student life; orientation and graduation. In collaboration with the Executive Team, establishes and manages the goals, outcomes, and assessment of outcomes for student services’ areas; develops, implements and evaluates policies, procedures, programs, processes and systems for Student Affairs; develops and administers the budget, including forecasting, planning and monitoring of expenditures; assures that each area adheres to budgetary guidelines; articulates and advocates students’ needs and concerns to the College community; acts as liaison to the academic divisions regarding student issues; administers all matters related to student behavior and discipline; uses information technology to deliver, monitor, and evaluate programs and services for students; recommends appointment, reappointment and promotion for faculty, administrators and staff; serves as a member of the President’s Executive Council, the Management Team and other administrative committees as assigned; in collaboration with the Vice President, Academic Affairs, establishes, monitors, and assesses enrollment management goals; initiates cooperative relationships with appropriate school and community constituencies; participates in professional organizations related to Student Services in higher education; manages compliance as Title IX Coordinator; performs other duties as assigned. This position reports to the President.
Required: Doctorate degree required. Ten or more years’ experience in higher education including experience in a community college; five years’ experience in administrative positions demonstrating increasing supervisory responsibility; experience in collective bargaining environment preferred; Must have demonstrated commitment to students and their development, both individually and collectively; excellent organizational and administrative skills; strong interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills; ability to manage multiple departments and possess a team approach to problem solving; knowledge of enrollment management strategies; understanding of the uses of information technology to deliver, monitor and evaluate programs and services for students; knowledge of disciplinary and judicial processes; ability to collaborate with other divisions in the College; strong knowledge of student affairs; and a commitment to diversity and multiculturalism.
All interested candidates should send a letter of intent (including the job code EXEC-VP-SA), curriculum vitae, transcripts, salary requirements, and three professional references with current contact information. Application materials will be accepted until position is filled. Send materials with the appropriate job code in the subject line by email to [email protected].
Bergen Community College
Department of Human Resources
400 Paramus Road, Room A316
Paramus, New Jersey 07652
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