Job Number: 0001267
Complete job description and application available online at: www.4cdcareers.net/postings/5960
Under the general direction of the Executive Vice Chancellor, Education and Technology, the Associate Vice Chancellor, Educational Services provides leadership and administrative oversight for academic, student affairs and/or support services programs, international education, and workforce and economic development in support of the District's mission. The Associate Vice Chancellor fosters a culture of collaboration, mutual respect, innovation, and continuous improvement throughout the District.
- An earned master's degree from an accredited college or university.
- Two years of senior management experience, and a total of five years of management experience in instructional, student services or related programs, or a related area.
- Demonstrated sensitivity to, and knowledge and understanding of, the diverse academic, socioeconomic, gender, cultural, disability, and ethnic backgrounds of the students served by the District, and sensitivity to, and knowledge and understanding of, groups historically underrepresented, and groups who may have experienced discrimination.
- A background of increasing responsibility in coordination of community college or other educational programs.
- Experience partnering and working with multiple external agencies - especially in relation to advancing workforce and economic development initiatives.
- Ability to work as a leader and team member in implementing district-wide programs.
- Ability to monitor changes in regulations, analyze changes for their potential impacts on District programs, disseminate the information, and help to develop policies and procedures in response to these changes.
- Ability to communicate and interpret program objectives and offerings to community organizations, students, staff, instructors and others.
- Strong meeting facilitation skills.
It is the District's policy to ensure that all qualified applicants for employment and employees have full and equal access to employment opportunity, and are not subjected to discrimination in any program or activity of the District on the basis of ethnic group identity, race, color, ancestry, religion, marital status, sex, national origin, gender, gender identity, gender expression, age, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, veteran status, parental status, citizenship or because an individual is perceived to have one or more of these characteristics or based on association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics.
The mission of the Contra Costa Community College District is to transform lives by providing outstanding learning opportunities that nurture and empower all students to achieve their educational goals. The dedicated faculty, classified professionals and administrators in the District are committed to core values and action that promote excellence in learning and equitable student success. The District is committed to hiring and developing a diverse staff that understands that cultural diversity in the academic environment promotes academic excellence; fosters cultural, racial and human understanding; provides positive role models for all students; and creates an inclusive and supportive educational work environment for its students, employees, and the community it serves.
Located in Contra Costa County, in the beautiful and diverse San Francisco East Bay area, the District serves the 1 million residents of the County through education, business partnerships and service in the community. The District first opened its doors in 1949 and is the second oldest and eighth largest multi-college community college district in California. The District consists of three colleges and two centers; Contra Costa College in San Pablo; Diablo Valley College in Pleasant Hill; Los Medanos College in Pittsburg; and the centers in Brentwood and San Ramon. The District Office located in downtown Martinez, supports the mission and functions of the colleges.