Vice President, Student Services
Coastline Community College
Vice President, Student Services
Salary: $135,195.00 - $176,252.00 Annually
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Performance Responsibilities: The Vice President of Student Services (VPSS) reports to the President of the College and is responsible for providing leadership in planning, developing, coordinating, evaluating, and enhancing the College's Student Services programs. The VPSS functions as a Chief Student Services Administrator of the College and works as a team with the President, Vice President of Instruction, and the Vice President of Administrative Services.
1. Provide visionary leadership in developing, enhancing, and implementing a comprehensive array of Student Services that support student success.
2. Direct the core departments of Student Support Services & Programs, Counseling, Admissions and Records, Financial Aid, Associated Student Government, Assessment, Career Center, Transfer Center, Incarcerated Student Support Services, International Student Services, EOP&S/CARE/CalWORKs programs, Veterans Services, Student Discipline/Grievances, and oversee the development and evaluation of policies and procedures for these areas.
3. Coordinate the development, implementation, and evaluation of a complex budget for Student Services programs, including general, categorical and grant funds.
4. Communicate a vision of Student Services programs exemplified by academic excellence, innovation, collaborative management, and shared governance.
5. Evaluate and promote the professional development of all faculty and staff within the Student Services area.
6. Work collaboratively with Instruction and Administrative Services in implementing an integrated enrollment management plan that supports student success.
7. Provide leadership for the development and revision of the Educational Master Plan and the development of both short and long-term goals of Student Services.
8. Oversee implementation of records systems and design of enhanced computer-based, web-based Student Services.
9. Systematically assess student services programs, and practices using Student Learning Outcomes, program review, and other appropriate measures in order to improve the effectiveness of these services.
10. Continually develop and implement new and innovative services and practices to improve responsiveness to student needs, increase student engagement, promote maximum use of Student Services programs and more effectively support student success.
11. Foster a student-centered college environment and collegial operational style that assist students in successful goal attainment.
12. Adjudicate student appeals and grievances within areas of responsibility.
13. Administer the code of conduct, due process, and student discipline.
14. Coordinate outreach and related activities with other colleges, high schools, vendors, students, community agencies, governmental and private agencies, and other outside organizations.
15. Ensure all Student Services departments operate in compliance with Title 5 regulations, the Education Code, and federal statutes.
16. Develop, monitor, and evaluate College's Student Equity Plan.
17. Function as 504 Compliance and Title IX Officer.
18. Oversee the implementation of collective bargaining agreements within the Student Services area.
19. Participate actively in successful strategies in the area of human relations, institutional problem solving, and external relations.
20. Oversee FTES reporting and other state reporting related to Student Services.
21. Represent Student Services at college, district, regional, statewide, national, and international levels.
22. Serve as liaison between Student Services programs and other college programs, departments, and activities.
23. Member of President's Cabinet and serves on College and District committees.
24. Perform additional duties as assigned by the President of the college.
Must meet one of the following qualifications (a) through (c):
A Master's degree.
One year of formal training, internship, or leadership experience reasonably related to the administrator's administrative assignment.
Possess a combination of education and experience that is at least equivalent to the above.
Sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability and ethnic backgrounds of community college students.
Community College Experience
1. Evidence of the equivalent of three years successful full-time college faculty experience.
2. Evidence of knowledge of and experience with state and national educational issues, trends, and budgeting processes.
3. Three years full-time administrative experience at a division dean/department chair level or higher, preferably in Student Services.
4. Administrative experience in and demonstrated advocacy for Student Services.
5. Leadership philosophy consistent with the ethics, mission, and goals of the College.
6. Leadership experience in a collegial participatory governance setting.
7. Evidence of success in strategic planning, program development, and budgeting.
8. Evidence of success in enrollment management, program review, Student Learning Outcomes (SLO's), including experience in the assessment process, and applications of institutional research.
9. Possession of an earned doctorate from an accredited institution.
10. Strong interpersonal and communication skills.
11. Experience in a collective bargaining environment.
12. Experience resolving issues of student discipline, student grievance, and student sexual harassment.
13. Demonstrated experience in working effectively and collaboratively with diverse faculty, staff and labor unions.
14. Evidence of experience integrating technology/innovation in a college and in Student Services programs.
15. Evidence of experience in administering student support in a variety of modalities.
16. Experience in community relations and outreach.
17. Evidence of experience securing external funding sources.
Conditions of Employment
This is a contract, permanent educational administrator position, reporting to the President of the college.
Starting salaries for academic positions are based on a combination of education and experience. Initial placement is within the starting salary range. Further advancements are based on longevity and professional development. An additional annual stipend is offered for possession of an earned doctorate from an accredited institution.
All movement on the salary schedule will occur July 1 of each year for all eligible employees.The annual salary range for this position (D-38) is $135,195 to $176,252 based on the 2017/2018 salary schedule, plus a monthly mileage allowance. In addition, an annual stipend of $3,000 is offered for possession of an earned Doctorate from an accredited institution.
Coast Community College District is an Equal Opportunity Employer