The Board of Trustees at Pitt Community College invites nominations, expressions of interest, and applications for the position of College President. The successful applicant will become the fifth president in the College’s 57-year history.
Pitt Community College (PCC) educates and empowers people for success. With a culture of excellence and innovation, the College is a vital partner in the economic and workforce development of our community. PCC provides access to dynamic learning opportunities designed to foster successful career preparation, higher education transfer, community involvement, and global engagement. Pitt Community College was chartered and designated by the State Board of Education as Pitt Industrial Education Center in 1961. The College has expanded over the last 57 years and is currently the sixth largest of the 58-member North Carolina Community College System. In addition to the 294-acre, 22-building main campus, located in Winterville, the College operates its Continuing Education Division and Intergenerational Center in Greenville, North Carolina, a Law Enforcement Training Center in Winterville, a Public Safety Training Center near Bethel, the Bernstein Center just north of Greenville, and the Farmville Center in downtown Farmville, North Carolina. Courses are also taught at many community facilities throughout Pitt County. Pitt Community College awards associate degrees, diplomas, and certificates for more than 74 programs and provides adult basic education, literacy training, and occupational extension courses. The College serves more than 24,000 credit and non-credit students annually.
Additional information regarding Pitt Community College and the Presidential Search is available at: http://www.rpainc.org/post/PittCommunityCollege.pdf and http://www.pittcc.edu
The Board of Trustees seeks an innovative, dynamic leader who will build upon the tradition of excellence established by the College. The successful candidate will have a record of sound fiscal management and experience in a senior administrative position. The next President must demonstrate political acumen along with a collaborative and inclusive leadership style. The President will engage the college community to advance the environment of shared governance and demonstrate proficiency in engagement with external entities as participants in the achievements and future goals of the College. PCC seeks a motivated individual possessing a passionate work ethic, successful academic and vocational experience, and strong oral and written communication skills. The candidate will possess an earned doctorate and senior executive experience in an accredited institution of higher education. Other highly desirable qualities include the ability to manage change, to embrace diverse populations and cultures, and to be a morale builder, and to have an understanding of and commitment to community and state college systems, including the advancement of programs that reflect local and regional needs.
For a confidential discussion or to make a nomination, please call Kendra Mozug, Search Manager, RPA Inc. at 800-992-9277. Applicants should submit only a letter of application and resume or CV to [email protected]. Additional materials will be requested as needed. C
ompleted applications received by March 13, 2018 will receive full consideration by the Presidential Search Committee