Executive Director for Morrisville State College Norwich Campus
Morrisville State College is seeking an experienced Executive Director for our Chenango County Branch Campus located in Norwich, NY. The Executive Director is responsible for providing leadership and overall direction to the Norwich Campus including managing the staff, and meeting growth and goals through management of the college’s resources. The Executive Director will successfully engage staff, faculty, and Chenango County constituents to meet enrollment and financial goals of the college while ensuring a quality educational experience to students. Morrisville State College is proud to offer quality academic programs and services at Roger W. Follett Hall, 20 Conkey Avenue, on the Norwich campus in Chenango County, NY. The campus, in downtown Norwich, offers associate degree programs in select technical areas as well as liberal arts transfer programs, concurrent and dual enrollment programs for area high schools, and workforce development opportunities for area businesses. Duties and Responsibilities: The Executive Director ensures effective day to day management of all Norwich Campus operations and functions, provides excellent service to students and faculty, serves as liaison to the school/department in which academic programs are developed and delivered by resident teaching faculty, and represents Morrisville State College in the local community. The director is responsible to collaborate with the schools to maintain effective, high quality academic programs in an enriched academic environment that honors and maintains the integrity of Morrisville State College’s mission. Primary Duties include: • Reporting directly to the Provost, oversees Norwich Campus staff and ensures effective management of all center operations for the Morrisville State College Norwich Campus including direct oversight and/or communication with Main Campus to provide admissions services, academic advisement, marketing and fundraising/development support, and budget, facilities, and equipment oversight. • Serves as liaison for Morrisville State College to the local community including the Chenango County businesses, chamber, governmental leaders, BOCES, high schools and other educational establishments, regional education leaders, as well as the Norwich Campus Advisory Council. • Assists the President and Provost as a member of Senior Council at Morrisville State College in fostering collaborative relationships with internal and external stakeholders. • Responsible for ensuring that all federal, state, university, and departmental policies, procedures, and guidelines are followed at the Norwich Campus. • Responsible for supporting and collaborating with program directors/chairs to ensure effective and consistent delivery of academic programs at the Norwich Campus. • Responsible for new student recruitment and enrollment via the effective implementation of the respective policies, procedures, and processes. • Assists Morrisville State College in analyzing market indicators to determine the Norwich Campus’ current and future, needs and opportunities. • Performs additional duties as assigned by the President’s office at Morrisville State College. The successful candidate will have: • Excellent communication skills including interpersonal, written, and oral presentation. • Demonstrated success in collaborating with all levels of administration, faculty and staff within a comprehensive institution/organization. • Demonstrated ability to work effectively with rural campus community. • Strong commitment to customer service and community relations. • Demonstrated leadership, management, problem solving, and decision-making ability. • Ability to successfully develop, interpret and apply policies and regulations in a complex college setting. • Ability to engage in critical thinking and exercise independent judgment. • Ability to maintain confidentiality and manage confidential information. • Ability to work independently and as part of a team, present self in a professional manner, and reflect the goals and standards Morrisville State College. Qualifications Bachelor’s degree with significant community related and administrative experience required; Master’s degree preferred; and a minimum of 5 years of progressive management/leadership experience. Experience with high school, undergraduate and/or adult students; in enrollment management; with regional campus operations management; and experience or knowledge of marketing, grants, fundraising, and institutional advancement practices desired. Qualified candidates should apply on-line at www.morrisville.edu. Consideration of candidates will begin June 20, 2014 and will continue until position is filled. Morrisville State College is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer, committed to recruiting, supporting, and fostering a diverse community of outstanding faculty, staff and students. The College actively seeks applications from women and members of underrepresented groups.