Administrative Positions

 

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Lorain County Community College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. It does not discriminate in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, age or disability.
  

Qualified applicants interested in the position(s) listed below should complete an online LCCC Employment Application. The complete application file should include a cover letter detailing area(s) of expertise, resume, and unofficial college transcripts which can be uploaded to the online application. Official transcripts required upon employment. Paper application forms and documents may also be submitted by forwarding materials to The Human Resources Office, Lorain County Community College, 1005 N. Abbe Road, Elyria, OH 44035. Candidate selected will be subject to appropriate background checks before hire.

 


 

Interim Dean (Internal candidates only)

Division of Arts and Humanities

Lorain County Community College (LCCC) invites applications for the position of Interim Dean of Arts & Humanities. The Interim Dean reports to the Provost/Vice President for Academic and Learner Services and provides academic and administrative leadership for the Division.

The Arts & Humanities Division is a dynamic academic division that offers programs and courses in Art (NASAD accredited), Communication, Culinary Arts, Dance, English (including creative writing and ESL), Foreign Language, Humanities, International Initiatives, Journalism, Music, Philosophy, Religious Studies, Telecommunications, and Theatre Arts. In a typical semester, a course schedule with over 475 sections serves about 7000 students. The Division produces over two-dozen performances per year. As the state dual enrollment initiative College Credit Plus has been the major impetus for enrollment growth in recent years, the Division maintains close relations with area school districts. The Division programs and courses also support students seeking bachelor’s degrees at four year institutions, including those within the University Partnership (UP). Current UP programs include bachelor degree pathways in Applied Communication and Spanish.

The Dean is responsible for ensuring that division programs, courses, activities, and events serve the priorities and initiatives within the college’s strategic vision, Vision 2020. Guided by the college’s mission and vision, the Dean provides leadership for the academic disciplines within the division, as well as represents the division in partnership and articulation endeavors with universities, colleges, and high schools. This position requires excellent communication and interpersonal skills, and a commitment to outcome-based, student-centered, quality education programs and continuous improvement activities.

Qualifications: A Master’s degree in an appropriate discipline(s), college teaching experience and demonstrated academic leadership is required; the earned doctorate (or other appropriate terminal degree) is preferred.

The starting salary is competitive and commensurate with experience. An offer of employment is contingent upon available funds and is conditional, based on approval by the Lorain County Community College Board of Trustees.

Qualified applicants interested in this position should complete the professional statement and submit a cover letter to hr@lorainccc.edu.

Applications will be accepted through April 20, 2017.
   
  

Institutional Research and Planning

Director of Institutional Research and Planning

Reporting to the Vice President for Strategic and Institutional Development, the Director of Institutional Research and Planning works closely and collaboratively across the entire institution to lead the Office of Institutional Research and Planning in fostering a campus culture of and capacity for data-driven decision making that supports student success. The Director leads all institutional research, institutional effectiveness, assessment, accreditation, mandatory reporting, business analytics and data-focused decision-support activities.  The Director provides consultation and access to high quality processes, planning, facilitation, leadership, engagement, research, and other community building and organizational support services to enhance planning, decision making, and problem solving for the college community in support of student success and the institution’s strategic priorities. The incumbent is also responsible for, but not limited to:  Ensuring compliance with all federal and state mandated reporting; Providing leadership for college accreditation and serving as a liaison to the Higher Learning Commission (North Central Association); Leading the college’s data governance strategy; Working collaboratively with the office of Information Systems and Services to foster cross-functional, collaborative relationships and processes that leverage data and technology to support campus research and planning;  and Overseeing academic program review and operational systems review processes.

Required Qualifications:  Master’s degree and five years related experience leading institutional research in a higher educational setting required.  Other highly desirable qualifications include: Knowledgeable of HEI and IPEDS reporting, emerging trends and federal and state regulations that would impact college research, accreditation and planning efforts. Experience in research concepts, strategies and techniques and use of latest technology tools including secondary data sources; familiarity with development and management of institutional effectiveness indicators, continuous improvement processes and higher education accreditation process.

The starting salary is competitive and commensurate with experience and is enhanced by a comprehensive fringe benefits package.

Receipt of applications requested by April 7, 2017. Applications will be considered until position is filled.

 

 

Vice President for Administrative Services and Treasurer

Lorain County Community College (LCCC) http://www.lorainccc.edu, a dynamic comprehensive community college located 25 miles west of Cleveland, Ohio, near the shores of Lake Erie, serves more than 14,000 credit students.  LCCC serves a culturally diverse population by promoting education, economic, cultural and community development.  The college is guided by a strategic plan, Vision 2020, that includes three priorities and supporting initiatives to best meet the needs and aspirations of the entire community.

Lorain County Community College invites applications for the position of Vice President for Administrative Services and Treasurer.  The Vice President reports directly to President and serves as a member of the Administrative Leadership Team.

The Vice President for Administrative Services/Treasurer serves as the College’s chief fiscal and administrative officer, providing leadership to 1) assure the overall short- and long-term financial well-being of the College, 2) develop long-term campus master plans and supporting capital budgets to align college facilities with strategic directions, 3) facilitate all legal matters and contracting relationships working closely with the Ohio Attorney General’s Office, 4) direct operations of Controller’s Office, Human Resources Office, Campus Security and Bookstore and 5) oversees administrative services and policies to support the operations of the College.

Qualifications:  A Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Business Administration or Management or related field, plus 5 years of related experience in the public sector is required; Master’s Degree is preferred.  Knowledge of the budgeting process of the State of Ohio in relation to public colleges/universities preferred.  Demonstrated ability to develop and implement innovative approaches in support of the College’s strategic direction as related to Administrative Services, foster open communication, a team approach to work, leadership development and relationship building with internal and external stakeholders. 

Lorain County Community College is committed to promoting a culturally diverse environment; therefore, successful candidates will possess a commitment to serving a culturally diverse student/faculty/staff population.  Minority candidates are encouraged to apply.

The starting salary is competitive and commensurate with experience. An offer of employment is contingent upon available funds and is conditional, based on approval by the Lorain County Community College Board of Trustees.

Qualified applicants should submit a complete package which includes: cover letter, highlighting relevant experience; a comprehensive resume/curriculum vitae; the names, addresses and telephone numbers of three work related references; LCCC Employment Application; and a professional statement and unofficial transcripts (official transcripts required upon employment). Incomplete files will not be considered.  Paper application forms and documents may also be submitted by forwarding materials to the Human Resources Office, Lorain County Community College, 1005 N. Abbe Road, Elyria, OH 44035. Candidate selected will be subject to appropriate background checks before hire.

Institutional Profile

Deadline to apply is February 24, or until position is filled.