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Columbia Basin College

President of Columbia Basin College

Pasco, WA, United States Full Time
Salary: $200,000 - 230,000 Annually

Presidential Search Profile

The Board of Trustees of Columbia Basin College welcomes candidates to the position of President.

Position
Pursuant to Board of Trustee Policy, the President is accountable to the Board with all authority and accountability of the operating organization. The President, as Chief Executive Officer, is the single official link to the College and the President’s performance is synonymous with the organizational performance as a total. Contributions are stated as performance in two areas, organizational accomplishment of the provisions of Board policies on end states of the College’s mission and organizational operation within the boundaries of prudence and ethics established in Board policies.

General Duties and Responsibilities

  • Manage the entire program of activities at the College, including but not limited to, developing the institutional mission and educational program; long-range, strategic, and budget planning; managing and developing the financial, capital, and human resources of the institution; and maintaining strong and positive relations with internal and external constituencies, as well as such duties mutually agreed upon or assigned by the Board;
  • Responsible for all subordinate personnel and for carrying out such duties and responsibilities as may be directed by the Board or as may be set forth in the administrative policies of the institution and/or applicable laws.
  • Perform all duties and carry out all responsibilities that the Board has delegated to the President by resolution or otherwise.
  • Inform the Board of significant issues affecting the College, including but not limited to, concerns related to the performance of personnel, budgetary problems, over- or under-enrollment of students, or the reputation of the institution.
  • Provide special reports or other information requested by the Board.
  • Respect and obey all laws, rules, and regulations of the State of Washington and to act at all times in a thoroughly professional manner so as not to bring discredit upon the President or injure the reputation of the institution.


Personal and Professional Qualifications

  • An ethical leader with great integrity who sets high standards and ensures balanced support for programs and services across the College.
  • A leader committed to academic excellence, student access, and student success who possesses the ability to inspire and motivate faculty and staff.
  • Visionary, collaborative, decisive and effective leadership with the ability to address issues and resolve problems in a timely and fair manner.
  • Passion for the community college mission and programs with an ability to build consensus and work with various and diverse stakeholders both inside and outside the College.
  • An appreciation of the synergy between a college and its non-profit foundation, including fundraising experience, and supporting foundation efforts and community engagement.
  • An understanding of the proper delegation of authority and a commitment to empowering others and using the talents and skills of the faculty, staff, students, and other stakeholders in the decision-making process.
  • A commitment to and always working toward diversity, equity and inclusion and leading a college that does the same for all individuals in the campus community.
  • An innovative and creative leader open to new ideas and risk taking with an understanding of the importance of technology as it relates to institutional effectiveness.
  • Ability to form partnerships with business/industry, educational, and other community agencies including international partnerships.
  • An active listener and outstanding communicator with strong interpersonal skills and the ability to relate to all elements of the College and the community.
  • Commitment to capital improvement projects and other campus infrastructure initiatives for continued growth and needs of instructional programs and the community.

  • An appreciation for continuous improvement, including implementation of quality concepts and practices focused on aligning the college around a set of improvement goals, as well as in the personal and professional development of all.


Minimum Qualifications

  • An earned master’s degree or doctoral degree from an accredited institution;
  • Academic and leadership experience, with a minimum five (5) years’ senior-level progressive leadership in higher education;
  • Demonstrated commitment to social justice, inclusivity, and diversity in regards to students, faculty and staff;
  • Competence in communicating education policies, goals, and objectives to faculty, staff, students and the community;
  • Fiscal management experience; and
  • Track record of innovation yielding impactful results.


Required Application Materials
To ensure full consideration, application materials must be received by April 25, 2017 at 4:30 p.m. (PDT) Applications received thereafter may not be considered. The position will remain open until filled. To apply, the candidate must complete:

  • Current resume or curriculum vitae, including educational background, professional experience, achievements, and professional activities;
  • Cover Letter of no more than five pages describing how you meet the personal and professional qualifications, the required education and experience qualifications, and addressing items on the presidential profile;
  • Transcripts for highest degree attained (unofficial will be accepted as PDF from institution); and
  • Reference List (5 professional references: two direct reports, three faculty members from current or former institutions).

NeoGov is the application platform utilized by Columbia Basin College. If you encounter an issue while using NeoGov, the site has a support function at NeoGov Customer Service at 1-855-524-5627 Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.(PDT) For questions related to clarification of application materials, you may e-mail CBC Human Resources Staff at hrclerk@columbiabasin.edu for a response. Please see applicant FAQs for more information.

Confidential inquiries and other candidate questions throughout the process can be directed to:

Camilla Glatt
Vice President for Human Resources & Legal Affairs
2600 N. 20th Avenue
Pasco, WA 99301
509-542-5548
cglatt@columbiabasin.edu

In deference to the sensitivity of the positions held by candidates being considered, the search will be conducted in confidence until finalists are announced prior to the second phase of the search process.


Columbia Basin College is an Equal Opportunity Employer and provides equal opportunity in education and employment. Applications of individuals who would increase the richness of the College’s diversity are welcome. If you need accommodation in application or employment, contact the Human Resources Office at 509-542-4833.

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