Chancellor position at the City College of San Francisco
Under the direction of the policy of the Board of Trustees (Council) of the San Francisco Community College District (District), the Chancellor serves as the District Director General and exercises the functions and responsibilities of Chancellor described herein. The Chancellor shall plan, organize, integrate, evaluate and direct the operations and activities of the City College of San Francisco (CCSF) and ensure expert professional management of all the resources of the College; ensure financial planning and accountability; ensure the quality of educational content and student services; and perform related tasks assigned to it by the board. The Chancellor ensures that the district is administered in accordance with California state regulations and relevant federal government requirements.
1 Establish a strong partnership with the Council and help the Council identify, articulate and implement policies and programs.
2 Provide the vision, direction, strategy and management necessary for student and employee success.
3 Provide leadership in strategic planning, budgeting and institution-wide initiatives to achieve the district vision, mission and values and to meet accreditation standards.
4 Plan, organize, direct, integrate and evaluate the work of all departments in the district to ensure that the operations, activities and services of the College are in accordance with the policies and strategic direction set by the Council and all applicable laws and regulations.
5 Promote diversity, equity and inclusion within the district in all areas of the college.
6 Provide leadership to hire, develop and retain highly skilled, diverse, student service-oriented and equity-minded faculty, administrators and staff through good selection, compensation, training and staffing practices. daily management.
7 Assess the needs of the service area and the community and ensure that goals and priorities are focused on meeting those needs effectively, efficiently and with high credited and uncredited educational opportunities and programs quality.
8 Collaborate effectively with business, government, industry, community organizations and educational institutions on funding sources, programs and cooperative relationships, and play a leadership role in the economic development of the community.
9 Represent the College by participating in meetings, conferences and state, regional and local organizations; serve on community councils to promote the mission of the FLSAC; and supporting CCSF Foundation events, meetings and fundraising efforts.
10 Ensure fiscal stability through prudent management, responsible allocation of resources and identification of alternative sources of funding.
11 Advance the objectives of participatory governance by emphasizing the search for consensus; collegiality; open communication, including a formal solicitation of stakeholder input; and mutual respect among all constituents.
12 Lead, monitor and resolve issues related to collective bargaining and labor management relations programs and initiatives.
13 Demonstrate political sense and build and maintain trust in interactions with community stakeholders and district government, business, education and other partners.
14 Maintain close working relations and collaboration with the Foundation Board.
15 Provide timely and comprehensive information to help trustees make good decisions.
1. The Chancellor shall perform his duties as follows:
(a) Use ethical principles that value integrity, honesty, open communication, transparency, humility, evidence-based decision making and flexibility in all District affairs.
(b) Create an atmosphere of mutual respect and open communication with the Council and all constituent groups.
(c) Demonstrate understanding and respect for the culture of City College and the San Francisco community.
(d) Demonstrate a commitment to the overall mission of the community college.
(e) Use tact and diplomacy in dealing with sensitive, complex and confidential matters and situations.
(f) Lead with an understanding, sensitivity and respect for academic, socio-economic, racial, ethnic, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, politics, philosophy, disability, religious origin and veteran status and immigration regulations for all students, faculty and staff.
2. The Chancellor must demonstrate knowledge of the following:
(a) financial planning and management, community college funding, and the complex tax issues facing California community colleges and the district.
(b) long and short term strategic planning, human resources, facility planning and information systems management;
(c) the principles and practices of organizational design and development, strategic change management, public administration, policy formulation, community and legislative relations, and communication with the media and other external entities; and
(d) applicable federal, state, and local laws and regulations, including Title 5, California Education Code, California regulatory agencies, accreditation, and collective bargaining.
1 A master’s degree or other equivalent graduate degree from an accredited institution.
2 Five years of significant managerial experience in business, industry, education or government, including at least three years as a senior executive in a large and complex organization, preferably a college or university.
3 Demonstrated commitment to social justice and diversity, equity and inclusion for all faculty, staff, administrators and students.
1 A doctorate from a regionally accredited college or university
2 Administrative experience in a community college
Job responsibilities are carried out primarily in a business office, subject to frequent interruptions from internal college staff and the public, in a highly political environment. The Chancellor is expected to work at any location in the College or at an authorized institution with occasional evenings and weekends as required. The Chancellor’s responsibilities also require maintaining an appropriate balance between presence in the District and representation in the community. Occasional travel may be necessary.
Benefits Remuneration: Total compensation includes health insurance plan. New employees hired on or after January 1, 2014 will contribute 2% of their salary to the San Francisco Retiree Health Care Trust Fund (RHCTF).
Applicants can apply to: https://apptrkr.com/2291001
1 Enter your details and follow the instructions.
2 Attach a letter of interest of no more than four (4) pages describing how you are prepared to meet the seven (7) institutional priorities and the three (3) minimum qualifications of the position, noted in the previous pages.
3 Attach an up-to-date resume, including education, work experience, accomplishments, and professional activities.
4 Attach a reference list with the names and contact details of eight (8) professional references, including an administrator, supervisor, classified staff member, administrator, faculty member, direct report, and student.
Candidates who require reasonable accommodation to participate in this hiring process should contact the Title 5 / EEO / ADA Compliance Officer at (415) 452-5053 to make the necessary arrangements. Please note that verification of a disability covered under the ADA may be required.
Selection procedure / Conditions of employment
Applicants who meet all the minimum qualifications and have all the required application documents in the human resources department of the CCSF on or before the submission deadline will be included in the initial review processes which will be conducted by the committee. research. A reasonable number of candidates deemed by the committee to best meet the job requirements will be invited to a personal interview with the search committee. An additional interview will be offered to applicants who have passed the initial interviews.
Employees must meet all pre-employment requirements for a CCSF Work Clearance Certificate prior to appointment, which includes, but is not limited to, tuberculosis attestation (EC 87408.6) , processing fingerprints and verifying their legal right to work in the United States. States.
City College of San Francisco reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to modify or cancel this job offer at any time without notice.
It is the policy of the City College of San Francisco to provide equal employment and educational opportunities to all people regardless of race, color, ancestry, national origin, location. ” identification of ethnic group, religion, age, sex, marital status, partner status orientation, disability or AIDS / HIV status, medical conditions, gender identity or Vietnam-era veteran status. These categories specifically include lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or questioning status in any District program or activity. For more information, contact the Title 5 / EEO / ADA Compliance Officer at (415) 452-5053.