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Estrella Mountain Community College (EMCC) is hiring a Vice President of Administrative Services to work under the Learning College philosophy (http://www.estrellamountain.edu/learning-college) where learning happens anytime, anyway, any place. The Vice President of Administrative Services (VPAS) serves as the chief financial and operations officer reporting directly to the President and serving on the President's Cabinet. The VPAS has a leadership role in the implementation of the College's integrated plan for the operation and improvement of the college, leveraging shared governance. The VPAS is a vital collaborator with Academic Affairs and Student Affairs to support the college in its vision to empower learners, inspire excellence, and strengthen communities. The VPAS effectively collaborates and communicates with faculty, staff, and other key constituents who all contribute to the College's accomplishment of student success goals.
30% - Collaborative Leadership: Fosters communication and collaboration, in a learning college model, with faculty and staff across the college and District to provide administrative support, development of operational processes and procedures that support integrated and strategic planning and organizational efficiency and effectiveness; represents and advocates for the College's institutional interests to external constituencies; develops, supports and maintains effective relationships with community partners; represents college interests within the Maricopa Community Colleges District councils and committees; acts as an advisor to the College community; inspires a diverse group of employees through mentoring, professional development, coaching, etc.; provides leadership, coordination and oversight for the college's Budget Development Steering Team (BDST), which encompasses strategic and operational planning in a shared governance model; engages and actively participates in Higher Learning Commission (HLC) processes; integrates student centered principles in decision making and actions; performs other duties as assigned by the President
30% - Financial: As an integral part of the college leadership team, plans, directs, and implements the financial and general operation of the college to include oversight of fiscal operations of the college, evaluation, forecasting and reporting on all budgets (operational, capital, auxiliary) status and cost/benefit
analyses; collaborates with college community on development of additional revenue streams (grants, alternate revenue streams, etc.); provides leadership for and coordinates operational and equipment plan development, contract negotiations and monitoring, capital purchasing; ensures compliance with regulatory agencies' requirements and Maricopa County Community Colleges District Policies and Procedures; directs the development and implementation of a long term financial plan
20% - Operations: Provides senior-level leadership and direction to support the college's mission and goals; provides leadership, oversight, and general direction for the college's Administrative Services functions including Auxiliary Services, Business Services, Facilities Planning and Management, Human Resources, Information Technology Services, and Campus Police; provides leadership and oversight for the development and implementation of safety, security and emergency management plans; serves as college representative in working with vendor agencies; hires, directs, and evaluates management and professional staff
20% - Facilities: Directs the development and implementation of the College's long-term facilities master plan; directs the preparation of the general bond capital development plan, applies practices to ensure facilities support student learning and success; provides leadership for and coordinates development and implementation of policies and procedures for maintenance, operations, and community/personnel use of the physical facilities and grounds; provides oversight for the planning and implementation of capital improvements, OSHA, construction, remodeling and facility sustainability; coordinates specification writing, bid solicitations, writing and proposal evaluation; works closely with MCCCD facilities, planning and development staff on construction projects
Minimum Qualifications for Student Affairs or non-academic pathway: Master’s Degree in education or field related to area of assignment and four years of progressively responsible management and/or leadership experience in field of assignment that includes two years of supervisory experience. Examples of student affairs academic support management/leadership experience includes: program management, project management, budget development and management related to programs or projects, staff supervision, policy development, administration, evaluation and compliance OR an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job such as those listed above, unless otherwise subject to any other requirements set forth in law or regulation.
Minimum Qualifications for Academic pathway: Master's Degree in a teaching field related to area(s) of assignment and four years of experience in an academic leadership and/or supervisory role in higher education and three years of teaching that includes curriculum/coursework development. Examples of academic leadership/supervisory experience includes: division/department chair, project management, policy development, administration, evaluation and compliance, committee leadership, program director, and shared governance. No equivalency.
1. Five (5) years of experience in a leadership role in an educational, non-profit, or government environment.
2. Experience managing and supervising three (3) administrative operations such as Business Services, Planning and Budget, Information Technology Services, Human Resources, Auxiliary Services, Facilities Management or Campus Police.
3. Experience with local, state and/or federal related compliance for federal, state related items.
4. Experience in development and implementation of policies and procedures in Administrative Operations such as Business Services, Planning and Budget, Information Technology Services, Human Resources, Auxiliary Services, Facilities Management or Campus Police.
5. Experience in the development and management of operational and capital budgets and long term financial plans.
6. Experience collaborating with a range of internal and external stakeholders in planning, implementing, and evaluating budgets and strategic planning
7. Experience working at a Learning College and Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI) and/ or Minority Serving Institution (MSI)