Administrative Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs
St. Cloud Technical & Community College (SCTCC), assisted by RH Perry & Associates invites inquiries, recommendations or nominations for the position of Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs.
Located in Central Minnesota, SCTCC sits on the north end of St. Cloud, just a short walk from the banks of the Mississippi River. SCTCC is a member of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system. SCTCC earned accreditation as a comprehensive technical and community college in 2010, which has enabled the College to expand its mission to include transfer options.
The college offers more than 45 majors with 90+ certificate, diploma, or degree options that can be completed in two years or less. Approximately 6,000 students are enrolled in credit-based classes with 45 percent men and 55 percent women attending. More than 270 high school students take advantage of the post-secondary enrollment option (PSEO). About 70 percent of our students come from the surrounding six counties and choose employment close to home after graduation.
The Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs (VPASA) reports directly to the President and is the key individual responsible for developing and implementing both near-term and long-term college academic and student plans. Additionally, this individual coordinates, defines and communicates integrated plans for the growth and development in all academic and student areas. The Vice President supervises the Associate VPASA/Dean of Health Sciences, 3 Academic Deans, Dean of Student Affairs, and an executive assistant and has significant discretion and substantial involvement in the development, interpretation and implementation of College policy.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS –
Master’s Degree or higher or equivalent professional degree required, doctorate preferred.
Type and Length of Experience:
- A minimum of five years of experience in academic administration or seven years of experience in a senior executive role with knowledge of higher education.
- A minimum of five years of experience responsible for managing and reporting for budgets.
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS –
A doctorate degree is preferred along with a minimum of five years of experience in academic administration or seven years of experience in a senior executive role with knowledge of higher education and a minimum of five years of experience responsible for managing and reporting for budgets.
To ensure full consideration, completed applications should be submitted by February 8, 2019. Prior to submission, please thoroughly review the Executive Search Profile. Candidates may apply securely here or submit their application materials to StCloudVPASA@rhperry.com. Confidential nominations can be submitted by using this link: Nominations.
All communications may be directed in confidence to our search team: Mr. Jesse Thompson, Senior Consultant & Director of Community College Searches, 617-901-4889, or Paul Doeg, President & COO, 406-220-2129, or emailed to StCloudVPASA@rhperry.com.