Vice Chancellor Student and Institutional Success

Mar 22, 2018
Executive Administration Jobs
Vice Presidents
Institution Type
Community College

Job Title:
Vice Chancellor Student and Institutional Success

Posting Number:

Position Type:

D - Chancellor



12 Month

Pay Grade Level:
Cabinet Administrator (VC) (Step A): $184,656 - (Step I): $252,720

Starting Pay Rate:
Cabinet Administrator (VC) (Step A): $184,656 - (Step C): $199,728

Work Hours:
Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Shift Differential:

Required Applicant Documents:
Cover Letter
Transcript 1

Special Instructions to Applicants:
Applicants, interested in applying to this position must submit all of the required application materials by the closing deadline of April 23, 2018 at 11:59 PM.

1) Complete District Application
2) Complete and current resume
3) Cover Letter addressing how you meet the requirements for this position.
4) Unofficial Transcripts

Note: Application materials with pictures or personal information will be considered incomplete.

Candidates should plan to meet the following schedule:
-First Application Review Date: End of April, following the position's closing date.
-First Round Interviews: Mid May
-Finalist Interviews: Beginning of June

Closing Date:

Job Summary:
The Grossmont Community College District is actively seeking a Vice Chancellor of Student and Institutional Success. This is a new position for our District, and the successful candidate will serve as a part of the of the Chancellor's Cabinet and executive leadership team. GCCCD cultivates leaders at all levels who embrace its mission to provide diverse learning opportunities for all students, meet community needs and promote global responsibility. Key to this position is a proven commitment to promote equity-minded student success and a student-centered culture of excellence, trust, safety, stewardship, and service.

Reporting to the Chancellor, the Vice Chancellor Student and Institutional Success provides vision and leadership for districtwide academic and student services, community and workforce development, integrated strategic planning, institutional research, and information technologies. The Vice Chancellor serves as the District's chief academic, student services, technology, and institutional effectiveness officer in support of districtwide student success and institutional effectiveness activities.


In close collaboration with the college presidents and other members of Chancellor's Cabinet, the duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to, providing executive leadership for the district-wide coordination and support of educational services; community and workforce development; research, planning, and institutional effectiveness; and technology services.

Minimum Qualifications: EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

A master's degree or equivalent and minimum of 5 years of increasingly responsible experience in higher education leadership.

Experience required:

Supervising diverse personnel in a range of positions.

Organizational budgeting and planning.

Administrative experience in a key position with decision-making responsibility.

Demonstrated knowledge of and experience with educational program planning, student services, research, and strategic planning.

Demonstrated knowledge of and experience with information technology in the higher education learning environment.

Demonstrated achievement in promoting student enrollment, success, retention, and outcomes.

Demonstrated ability to work collegially in a participatory governance environment.

Knowledge of regional accreditation standards and practices.


Knowledge of:

Principles, theories, and concepts of academic affairs, student learning, student learning outcomes, and student support services and programs

Principles and practices of economic and workforce development
Objectives, policies, and methods pertaining to curriculum planning, development, and review

Principles and practices of budget preparation and administration
Principles of strategic planning and program development and review

Educational and community organizations, resources, and services relevant to educational services and workforce development

District organization, operations, policies, procedures, and objectives
Principles of public relations

Methods and techniques of research, analysis, and data-driven decision making, including use of data in planning and institutional effectiveness

Applicable federal and state regulations pertaining to instruction and student services

Principles of supervision, training, and performance evaluation

Principles of business letter writing and report preparation, English usage, spelling, grammar, and punctuation

Ability to:

Communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing, to a diverse range of individuals.

Read and interpret financial statements including audits and IRS 990 filings.

Interpret and apply applicable federal, state, and local policies, laws and regulations.

Recruit, train, motivate and retain staff.

Plan and organize workflow to meet schedules and timelines.

Analyze problems, identify alternative solutions, project consequences of proposed actions, and implement recommendations in support of goals.

Compile, assemble, and interpret data from diverse sources.

Maintain accurate and complete records and files.

Develop and monitor budgets.

Adapt to changing technologies.

Work independently.

Establish and maintain effective working relationships.

Working Conditions: Environment:

The primary worksite is in the GCCCD District Services facilities, currently located on the campus of Grossmont College, with access to a satellite office on the campus of Cuyamaca College.
Frequent interruptions.

Physical Abilities:

Sitting and/or standing for prolonged periods of time.

Lifting, moving and carrying light objects.

Reaching overhead, above the shoulders and horizontally.

Dexterity of hands and fingers to operate a variety of office equipment including computer keyboard and peripheral equipment.

Hearing and speaking English to exchange information on the telephone, in writing, or in person.

Seeing to read and verify data, prepare various materials and view a computer monitor.

Ability to travel to various locations by car and airplane for conferences and meetings.
General Employment Information: Information provided by the applicant, other than that requested for statistical purposes by the Employment Services Office, which indicates candidate's gender, age, ethnicity, religious preference, etc. will be removed from the application. All submitted materials become District property and cannot be returned.

BENEFITS: The Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District provides an excellent comprehensive benefits program including medical, prescription drugs, vision care, dental, life and income protection insurance, and membership in the Public Employees Retirement System (PERS) or the State Teachers' Retirement System (STRS).

Under Federal Law, employers are required to verify that all new employees are eligible for employment in the United States. Prior to appointment to a position, you must present acceptable proof of your identity and authorization to work in the United States.

NOTE: Offers of employment are contingent upon successful fingerprint clearance. A $32.00 processing fee plus Live Scan fee will be required.

Candidates invited for interview who must travel distances greater than 75 miles (one-way) outside San Diego County will be reimbursed up to $500 for travel or airfare only.

Applicants who are protected under the Americans with Disabilities Act due to a disability and who require accommodations for completing the application process or interviewing, please notify the District Employment Services Department. Phone (619) 668-1735.

GCCCD is an Equal Employment Opportunity and Title IX employer.

Posting Date:

Date Job Commences:
July 2018

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