The Midlands Technical College Commission invites applications for the presidency of the college. Midlands Technical College (MTC) is nationally recognized for the quality of its educational programs and services and its collegial teaching and learning environment.
MTC, located in Columbia, South Carolina, has six regional campuses, annually serving more than 18,000 credit students in more than 100 programs of study. The college offers career education and the Associate in Arts and Associate in Science transfer programs. MTC also serves 30,000 individuals annually through corporate and continuing education programs. MTC is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS), and received zero recommendations in its recent SACS self-study.
The president serves as the Chief Executive Officer of Midlands Technical College, is responsible for all aspects of the college’s operations and for interpreting the mission of the college to external and internal constituencies. The president works with a professional staff and the MTC Commission to ensure that all resources are aligned to achieve the college’s vision through strategic planning, innovation and the successful accomplishment of established goals. The president ensures that the college environment yields a productive learning community, and that the institution fulfills its commitment to regional economic development.
• An earned doctorate degree from an accredited institution strongly preferred; an earned master’s degree from an accredited institution required
• Proven record of executive leadership through ten years of progressively responsible experience in post-secondary education at the senior level, or in external corporate or professional organizations, and through active participation in the community. Prior community college and/or corporate leadership experience is preferred.
For additional information, including the application procedure and Presidential Profile, visit http://www.midlandstech.edu/presidentsearch
Completed applications requested by May 15, 2014.