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Richard J. Daley College Vice President - Academic and Student Affairs

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RICHARD J. DALEY COLLEGE VICE PRESIDENT - ACADEMIC AND STUDENT AFFAIRS

President Janine Janosky of Richard J. Daley College (Daley College) seeks an innovative, collaborative, and mission-driven leader to serve as the Vice President – Academic and Student Affairs (VPASA). This is an outstanding opportunity to combine a visionary model for industry, education, and business partnerships with on-the-ground alignment and scalability from the College to employment sectors to spur social and economic mobility through education and training. The new VPASA will work closely with the college Deans to continue transforming the College's academic affairs and student services into increasingly more holistic and personalized provision that places the necessary operations "behind the wall" while foregrounding the focus on each student's individual success in navigating the college experience.

Daley College is one of seven City Colleges of Chicago, the largest community college system in Illinois with more than 5,000 faculty and 80,000 students annually and is the city's most accessible higher education engine of socioeconomic mobility and racial equity – empowering all Chicagoans to take part in building a stronger and more just city. In 2011, the City Colleges of Chicago created a visionary plan to put every student on a path to upward mobility by creating College to Careers (C2C) hubs at each of the seven colleges. These Centers of Excellence align each college with a specific industry cluster poised for the greatest regional growth to ensure that Chicago has a skilled workforce to meet the growing demand. Daley College is a college with forward momentum with a Center of Excellence in Manufacturing Technology and Engineering.

Daley College is being assisted in this search by Academic Search. For more information about the position, qualifications, institution, and application process/required materials, please visit the Academic Search website to review the full position profile. To arrange a confidential conversation about this opportunity, please contact Senior Consultant Rich Cummins at [email protected], or Senior Consultant Eric Richtmyer at [email protected]. To inquire by phone, please call 202-332-4049. To submit a nomination, please send the nominee's name, title, organization, and email address to [email protected].

CCC is an Equal Opportunity Employer and prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, ethnicity, religion, national origin, age, gender, gender identity/expression, sexual orientation, genetic information, medical condition, marital status, veteran status, and disability. Our nondiscrimination policy is set forth in. Reasonable accommodation will be provided for applicants with disabilities who self-disclose by contacting Recruitment Services at (312) 553-2781.

Chicago residency is required for all full-time employees within six (6) months of hire.
We are an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer.
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The City Colleges of Chicago is a network of seven Colleges. Through our seven colleges, we deliver exceptional learning opportunities and educational services for diverse student populations in city_colleges_of_chicago1.jpgChicago. We enhance knowledge, understanding, skills, collaboration, community service and life-long learning by providing a broad range of quality, affordable courses, programs, and services to prepare students for success in a technologically advanced and increasingly interdependent global society. We work to eliminate barriers to employment and to address and overcome inequality of access and graduation in higher education.

For information about City Colleges of Chicago's Reinvention initiative, click here.

Our Vision is to transform the City Colleges of Chicago into a world-class institution. We do that by ensuring student success. It is the centerpiece of our Reinvention effort. What we mean by student success is making sure our students are prepared to move into higher education and that they have the skills for jobs in the 21st Century. We believe there is no other institution better positioned to become an economic engine for the City of Chicago.

city_colleges_of_chicago3.jpgWe have a proud history of providing life-changing opportunities and education to residents of Chicago’s most underserved communities. However, far too many students are not meeting their goals today. And that’s why we’ve launched this ambitious plan to reinvent the City Colleges.

Our work and our vision will not be complete until we make sure every one of our students leaves with the tools they need to achieve their goals. Success is going to look different for each student. In the end, we envision an institution which will do four things very well:

  • Increase the number of students earning college credentials of economic value
  • Increase the rate of transfer to Bachelor’s degree programs following CCC graduation
  • Drastically improve outcomes for students needing remediation
  • Increase number and share of ABE/GED/ESL students who advance to and succeed in college-level courses

Accomplishing these goals will benefit not only our students, but also our faculty and staff, four-year colleges, Chicago area employers, the Chicago Public Schools and communities...and help transform us into a world-class institution.

 

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