at Eastern Maine Community College in Bangor, Maine, United States
Bargaining Unit/Anticipated Salary Range: Confidential, Level 7; $64,503 - $91,810
Responsibilities: The Vice President of Student Affairs (VPSA) is the senior student affairs officer of the campus. The VPSA oversees all areas of student services including: student recruitment, enrollment management, admissions, placement/testing, orientation, registration and records, financial aid, retention, student activities, student government, career planning and placement, counseling, athletics, residential life, student health services, student discipline, registrar, affirmative action-equal opportunity & Title IX programs/initiatives, veterans services, early college programs, and the TRIO Student Support Services projects.
Minimum Qualifications: Master’s Degree in Administration or related field required. A minimum of ten years of direct supervisory and leadership experience in varied student affairs positions required. Knowledge of federal reporting requirements, financial aid processes and regulatory requirements, student information systems, and data management systems are all essential for successful oversight of key responsibilities.
Preferred Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Doctorate in Administration or Organizational Leadership, Educational Leadership, or related field preferred. Effective written and oral communication skills are mandatory and working knowledge of computer technologies are required to function effectively.
Benefits: 100% employer paid employer paid health, dental and life insurance for employee, Maine State Retirement or TIAA-CREF as well as vacation, sick and personal time.
Application Procedure/Deadline: Email cover letter, resume, transcripts, and contact information for three professional references to firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline for submission is January 27, 2022.
Note: Eastern Maine Community College requires proof of COVID-19 vaccination upon hire or participation in regular testing in lieu of proof of vaccination.
Institutional Summary: Eastern Maine Community College offers more than 30 traditional and technical programs. The college provides customized, short term, and specialized training courses for a wide variety of businesses, organizations, and the community. We award associates in applied science, associates in science, and associates in arts; certificates; and awards of completion for customized, short-term programs, and trainings. The 72-acre campus is located in Bangor, just a short drive from Maine’s scenic coast and mountains.
EMCC is dedicated to providing all students with a balanced education focused on problem solving, decision making, communication, social understanding, computer applications, mathematics, and science. Our technology programs include concentrated studies in both technical theory and application in the area of specialization, and all of our programs require liberal arts courses to form the foundation for lifelong learning. Our programs and student support services are designed to develop leadership skills, personal responsibility, teamwork, and appreciation of global complexity.
Eastern Maine Community College is an equal opportunity/affirmative action institution and employer. For more information about this commitment, please call the Affirmative Action Officer at (207) 974-4633