Vice President of Corporate and Continuing EducationClassification Title:
Vice President/Chief OfficerMax Salary:
Salary is commensurate with experience/educationFLSA:
E = ExemptPosition Summary::
The Vice President of Corporate and Continuing Education plays a pivotal role in leading, planning, and directing the Corporate and Continuing Education operations and programming at Rowan-Cabarrus Community College. Reporting directly to the College President, the VP is responsible for growing the college’s reputation as the preferred provider for meeting the region’s needs in workforce training and education.Required Education/Experience::
- Master’s degree in business, education, or a related field with a focus on workforce development.
- At least eight (8) years of progressively responsible experience, including five years in senior management roles, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
- As the fourth largest continuing education provider in the state, exceptional supervisory skills are necessary to lead a division comprising approximately 50 full-time employees and over 100 part-time temporary faculty members.
- A background in workforce development, economic development, training, and continuing education.
Other Knowledge, Skills and Abilities::
- Expertise in establishing revenue-positive initiatives.
- Experience in public higher education, especially within a community college setting, is preferred.
The candidate should possess knowledge and experience in higher education administration, budgeting, training, and supervision. They must excel at building relationships and being a trusted source for workforce development. Strong marketing skills and a track record in program development and delivery are essential.Department::
09/27/2023Open Until Filled:
YesDuty and Responsibility::
Collaborate with industry leaders, community stakeholders, and governmental agencies to create, develop, market, and implement sustainable strategies that address community and industry needs. Synthesize input from various sources to anticipate and create programs that meet emerging workforce trends.Duty and Responsibility::
Provide leadership in the development, improvement, planning, coordination, and evaluation of programs, projects, processes, policies, procedures, systems, and services. Ensure compliance with federal, state, and local laws, regulations, codes, grant regulations, and standards. Collaborate with multiple departments to streamline activities.Duty and Responsibility::
Serve as an integral member of the President’s cabinet and work closely with colleagues to develop cross-divisional programs that benefit students. Foster collaboration across disciplines to enhance the educational experience.Duty and Responsibility::
Review and approve complex data, information, and reports. Make recommendations based on findings and approve reports submitted to external sources and regulatory bodies.Duty and Responsibility::
Manage the division’s annual budget process, including planning, prioritizing development, monitoring, allocation, oversight, and expenditure monitoring. Coordinate budget priorities to ensure they align with college goals. Ensure compliance with North Carolina Community Colleges’ service standards, policies, and procedures relevant to corporate and continuing education.Duty and Responsibility::
Drive growth and innovation within the division and the college. Implement emerging technologies and economic development initiatives. Identify opportunities for new workforce and community programs that align with the college’s mission and goals, maximizing resources for the benefit of students, faculty, and staff.Duty and Responsibility::
Assist in the identification and pursuit of grant activities that align with the college’s mission. Engage in strategic planning at all levels to support institutional growth and advancement.Duty and Responsibility::
Provide appropriate policy recommendations to the President related to corporate and continuing education.