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ADJUNCT POOL - Economics Instructor

Santa Barbara City College

To be considered for this position, please complete an online application including all required application documents to be submitted via https://jobs.sbcc.edu and apply to the Adjunct pool-Economics Instructor.

Essential Functions of Position

Provide quality instructions, create and maintain an environment which emphasizes teaching and learning and encourages free discussion of ideas, interests and issues. Primary duties of adjunct faculty members are related to curriculum and teaching; the assignment is divided between lecture and lab classes as determined by the department. Adjunct instructional faculty are required to be available to students outside of class.

Minimum Qualifications

1. Masterâs in economics OR Bachelorâs in economics AND Masterâs in business, business administration, business management, business education, finance, or political science OR the equivalent, OR

2. A combination of education and other accomplishments that are equivalent to the above. (If claiming equivalency, attach a separate statement which presents the basis for this claim and submit supporting evidence, e.g. transcripts, publications, other products), OR

3. Possession of a lifetime California Community College Instructor Credential in Economics.

A message from Dr. Anthony E. Beebe, Superintendent/President, Santa Barbara City College â

Santa Barbara City College has created a unique academic culture, which has been recognized with numerous accolades and awards. This includes the 2013 Aspen Award for Community College Excellence in, among other things, increased levels of access and success for marginalized students.

I highlight to you the profound commitment the College has to academic excellence, diversity, equity, and inclusion among our faculty, staff, and students. As a community, we believe diversity comes in many forms. We understand individuals are multidimensional, shaped by the intersections of a variety of life experiences and factors. We recognize and challenge the inequities that stem from the complex world in which we live and embrace the many facets of people that make up our wonderful College. Consequently, we seek College employees who will take responsibility for equitable outcomes and successful pathways for our students. We seek staff and faculty who embrace our commitments

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY - TITLE IX EMPLOYER

Our Mission:

As a public community college dedicated to the success of each studentâ¦Santa Barbara City College provides students a diverse learning environment that inspires curiosity and discovery, promotes global responsibility, and fosters opportunity for all.

Special Instructions to Applicants:

1. Online District Application form @ https://jobs.sbcc.edu

2. Cover letter addressing the applicantâs experience and the desirable qualifications listed in this announcement.

3. CV or Resume.

4. Within the online application is a required supplemental question on diversity. The committee will be reviewing your answer as part of the screening process. Please take your time and answer the question thoroughly.

5. Copy of an unofficial college/university transcript, which verify minimum qualifications.

Transcripts must show the degree title and the date the degree was conferred or the degree will not be considered for the purpose of determining if you meet minimum qualifications. If the qualifying degree has yet to be conferred and you expect to have the degree before you begin employment, you must submit transcripts that state the title of the degree you are working toward obtaining and indicate the anticipated completion date in your response to the associated supplemental question provided during the application process. Diplomas will not be accepted in lieu of transcripts. An official copy of your transcripts will be required upon being hired. Instructors will not be allowed to start working until official transcripts have been received.

6. If claiming equivalency, attach a separate statement in the âDocuments Needed To Applyâ section entitled âEquivalencyâ in the online application. The statement presents the basis for this claim and submit supporting evidence, e.g. transcripts, publications, other documents.

7. Foreign Transcript: Transcripts issued outside the United States require a course-by-course analysis with an equivalency statement from an official USA certified transcript evaluation service verifying the degree equivalency to that of an accredited institution within the USA. This report must be attached to the online application. NOTE: If you have completed coursework at a foreign institution that is not recognized as accredited by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) or the U.S. Department of Education, you must include a full evaluation of the foreign transcript with your application materials if you wish for us to consider the coursework. To search for institutions that are recognized as accredited by CHEA or the U.S. Department of Education, visit http://www.chea.org/search/search.asp or http://ope.ed.gov/accreditation/search.aspx. For a list of recognized organizations providing transcript evaluation services, visit http://www.naces.org/members.htm.

For full application instructions and position description, visit http://apptrkr.com/1234449

**See on-line posting for complete details of the position**


ADJUNCT POOL - Mathematics Instructor

Santa Barbara City College

To be considered for this position, please complete an online application including all required application documents to be submitted via https://jobs.sbcc.edu and apply to the Adjunct pool-Mathematics Instructor.

Essential Functions of Position

Provide quality instructions, create and maintain an environment which emphasizes teaching and learning and encourages free discussion of ideas, interests and issues. Primary duties of adjunct faculty members are related to curriculum and teaching; the assignment is divided between lecture and lab classes as determined by the department. Adjunct instructional faculty are required to be available to students outside of class.

Minimum Qualifications

The candidate must meet one of these criteria:

1. Masterâs in mathematics or applied mathematics OR Bachelorâs in either of the above AND Masterâs in statistics, physics, or mathematics education OR the equivalent, OR

2. A combination of education and other accomplishments that are equivalent to the above. (If claiming equivalency, attach a separate statement which presents the basis for this claim and submit supporting evidence, e.g. transcripts, publications, and other products), OR

3. Possession of a lifetime California Community College Instructor Credential in Mathematics.

A message from Dr. Anthony E. Beebe, Superintendent/President, Santa Barbara City College â

Santa Barbara City College has created a unique academic culture, which has been recognized with numerous accolades and awards. This includes the 2013 Aspen Award for Community College Excellence in, among other things, increased levels of access and success for marginalized students.

I highlight to you the profound commitment the College has to academic excellence, diversity, equity, and inclusion among our faculty, staff, and students. As a community, we believe diversity comes in many forms. We understand individuals are multidimensional, shaped by the intersections of a variety of life experiences and factors. We recognize and challenge the inequities that stem from the complex world in which we live and embrace the many facets of people that make up our wonderful College. Consequently, we seek College employees who will take responsibility for equitable outcomes and successful pathways for our students. We seek staff and faculty who embrace our commitments

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY - TITLE IX EMPLOYER

Our Mission:

As a public community college dedicated to the success of each studentâ¦Santa Barbara City College provides students a diverse learning environment that inspires curiosity and discovery, promotes global responsibility, and fosters opportunity for all.

Special Instructions to Applicants:

1. Online District Application form @ https://jobs.sbcc.edu

2. Cover letter addressing the applicantâs experience and the desirable qualifications listed in this announcement.

3. CV or Resume.

4. Within the online application is a required supplemental question on diversity. The committee will be reviewing your answer as part of the screening process. Please take your time and answer the question thoroughly.

5. Copy of an unofficial college/university transcript, which verify minimum qualifications.

Transcripts must show the degree title and the date the degree was conferred or the degree will not be considered for the purpose of determining if you meet minimum qualifications. If the qualifying degree has yet to be conferred and you expect to have the degree before you begin employment, you must submit transcripts that state the title of the degree you are working toward obtaining and indicate the anticipated completion date in your response to the associated supplemental question provided during the application process. Diplomas will not be accepted in lieu of transcripts. An official copy of your transcripts will be required upon being hired. Instructors will not be allowed to start working until official transcripts have been received.

6. If claiming equivalency, attach a separate statement in the âDocuments Needed To Applyâ section entitled âEquivalencyâ in the online application. The statement presents the basis for this claim and submit supporting evidence, e.g. transcripts, publications, other documents.

7. Foreign Transcript: Transcripts issued outside the United States require a course-by-course analysis with an equivalency statement from an official USA certified transcript evaluation service verifying the degree equivalency to that of an accredited institution within the USA. This report must be attached to the online application. NOTE: If you have completed coursework at a foreign institution that is not recognized as accredited by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) or the U.S. Department of Education, you must include a full evaluation of the foreign transcript with your application materials if you wish for us to consider the coursework. To search for institutions that are recognized as accredited by CHEA or the U.S. Department of Education, visit http://www.chea.org/search/search.asp or http://ope.ed.gov/accreditation/search.aspx. For a list of recognized organizations providing transcript evaluation services, visit http://www.naces.org/members.htm.

For full application instructions and position description, visit http://apptrkr.com/1234414

**See on-line posting for complete details of the position**


ADJUNCT POOL â Film & Media Studies Instructor

To be considered for this position, please complete an online application including all required application documents to be submitted via https://jobs.sbcc.edu and apply to the Adjunct pool - Film & Media Studies Instructor.

Essential Functions of Position

Provide quality instructions, create and maintain an environment which emphasizes teaching and learning and encourages free discussion of ideas, interests and issues. Primary duties of adjunct faculty members are related to curriculum and teaching; the assignment is divided between lecture and lab (on-campus, online, and/or hybrid) classes as determined by the department. Adjunct instructional faculty are required to be available to students outside of class.

Minimum Qualifications

The candidate must meet one of these criteria:

Masterâs degree in film, drama/theater arts, or mass communication OR Bachelorâs degree in any of the above AND Masterâs degree in media studies, English, or communication OR the equivalent, ORÂ

 A combination of education and other accomplishments that are equivalent to the above. (If claiming equivalency, attach a separate statement which presents the basis for this claim and submit supporting evidence, e.g. transcripts, publications, other products), OR

Possession of a lifetime California Community College Instructor Credential in Communication Services and Related Technologies, including Printing.

A message from Dr. Anthony E. Beebe, Superintendent/President, Santa Barbara City College â

Santa Barbara City College has created a unique academic culture, which has been recognized with numerous accolades and awards. This includes the 2013 Aspen Award for Community College Excellence in, among other things, increased levels of access and success for marginalized students.

I highlight to you the profound commitment the College has to academic excellence, diversity, equity, and inclusion among our faculty, staff, and students. As a community, we believe diversity comes in many forms. We understand individuals are multidimensional, shaped by the intersections of a variety of life experiences and factors. We recognize and challenge the inequities that stem from the complex world in which we live and embrace the many facets of people that make up our wonderful College. Consequently, we seek College employees who will take responsibility for equitable outcomes and successful pathways for our students. We seek staff and faculty who embrace our commitments

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY - TITLE IX EMPLOYER

Our Mission:

As a public community college dedicated to the success of each studentâ¦Santa Barbara City College provides students a diverse learning environment that inspires curiosity and discovery, promotes global responsibility, and fosters opportunity for all.

Special Instructions to Applicants:

1. Online District Application form @ https://jobs.sbcc.edu

2. Cover letter addressing the applicantâs experience and the desirable qualifications listed in this announcement.

3. CV or Resume.

4. Within the online application is a required supplemental question on diversity. The committee will be reviewing your answer as part of the screening process. Please take your time and answer the question thoroughly.

5. Copy of an unofficial college/university transcript, which verify minimum qualifications.

Transcripts must show the degree title and the date the degree was conferred or the degree will not be considered for the purpose of determining if you meet minimum qualifications. If the qualifying degree has yet to be conferred and you expect to have the degree before you begin employment, you must submit transcripts that state the title of the degree you are working toward obtaining and indicate the anticipated completion date in your response to the associated supplemental question provided during the application process. Diplomas will not be accepted in lieu of transcripts. An official copy of your transcripts will be required upon being hired. Instructors will not be allowed to start working until official transcripts have been received.

6. If claiming equivalency, attach a separate statement in the âDocuments Needed to Applyâ section entitled âEquivalencyâ in the online application. The statement presents the basis for this claim and submit supporting evidence, e.g. transcripts, publications, other documents.

7. Foreign Transcript: Transcripts issued outside the United States require a course-by-course analysis with an equivalency statement from an official USA certified transcript evaluation service verifying the degree equivalency to that of an accredited institution within the USA. This report must be attached to the online application. NOTE: If you have completed coursework at a foreign institution that is not recognized as accredited by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) or the U.S. Department of Education, you must include a full evaluation of the foreign transcript with your application materials if you wish for us to consider the coursework. To search for institutions that are recognized as accredited by CHEA or the U.S. Department of Education, visit http://www.chea.org/search/search.asp or http://ope.ed.gov/accreditation/search.aspx. For a list of recognized organizations providing transcript evaluation services, visit http://www.naces.org/members.htm.

**See on-line posting for complete details of the position: http://apptrkr.com/1288185**


ANNOUNCEMENT OF POSITION

PLEASE APPLY AT: http://apptrkr.com/1277420

WE NO LONGER ACCEPT PAPER APPLICATIONS

PLEASE CIRCULATE AND POST THIS ANNOUNCEMENT

Student Program Advisor

Equity â FT/10 Mo

CLASSIFIED OPEN AND PROMOTIONAL OPPORTUNITY

Nine step salary range, initial placement customarily at first step with annual advancement to the next higher step. 40 hours per week, 10 months per year, plus fringe benefits; 12 month probation period. All work schedules and work assignments are subject to change based on the needs of the College.

SALARY RANGE: $4,435.67/Mo. â$ 5,017.25/Mo.

(Nine step Salary Range continues to a maximum of $5,404.25)

WORKING HOURS: Monday â Friday, 8:00 am â 4:30 pm

PLEASE APPLY AT: http://apptrkr.com/1277420

ONLINE APPLICATION MUST BE RECEIVED BY: Wednesday, August 29, 2018

Online applications must be received by 11:59 p.m. PST on the closing date.

(Interviews by Invitation Only)

BASIC FUNCTION:

Under the direction of an assigned supervisor, provide a variety of outreach and support services for an assigned student services program; assist program participants with obtaining and maintaining program enrollment; monitor the attendance, goals and progress of program participants; provide program information to students, parents and the community.

REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES:

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:

Provide a variety of outreach and support services for assigned student services program, including admissions, enrollment services, dual enrollment, EOPS/CARE, financial aid, international students, student life activities, orientation, Cal-SOAP, CalWorks, athletics, student health services, STEP or other assigned program; provide individual case management for program participants.

Assist program participants obtain and maintain program enrollment; recruit, refer and register students to assigned programs; interview potential enrollees; assist student with completing and assure accuracy and completeness of required forms and applications; determine applicant eligibility, waivers and enroll students as appropriate; refer students to outside agencies as appropriate.

Monitor the attendance, goals and progress of program participants; collaborate with students to develop and implement individual goals and strategies; assist students with enhancing a variety of skills related to program activities; advise students concerning individual progress and program activities.

Confer with students, parents, personnel and the community to exchange information, coordinate activities and resolve issues or concerns regarding program activities and student progress; initiate and receive phone calls; respond to inquiries and provide information.

Prepare and conduct workshops and formal presentations for an assigned program to local community organizations, private and public schools and other recruiting sources as directed; conduct on-campus tours for potential students and parents; attend job and college fairs and other events to promote SBCC programs and services.

Input student information into SEVIS or other assigned computer system; generate computerized reports as needed; update and maintain related data bases, websites and other computer information as assigned by the position.

Compile information and prepare and maintain a variety of records and reports related to student goals, progress, information, time sheets and assigned activities; conduct surveys and analyze related data for various program requirements; establish and maintain filing systems.

Operate a variety of office equipment including a calculator, copier, fax machine, computer and assigned software; drive a vehicle to conduct work as assigned.

Recruit, train and provide work direction to assigned staff, student workers, tutors, peer advisors, consultants or other personnel assigned to the program; coordinate and schedule work hours and complete time sheets as assigned.

Assist students with transitioning out of assigned programs after individual goals are met; perform follow-up with former program participants as required.

Compose and mail correspondence related to program activities and student progress.

Attend and participate in assigned meetings, conferences and training sessions.

OTHER DUTIES:

Perform related duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES:

KNOWLEDGE OF:

Student guidance principles and practices.

Problems and concerns of students with special needs.

Oral and written communication skills.

Interpersonal skills using tact, patience and courtesy.

Modern office practices, procedures and equipment.

Research methods and report preparation techniques.

Record-keeping techniques.

Correct English usage, grammar, spelling, punctuation and vocabulary.

Operation of a computer and assigned software.

ABILITY TO:

Provide a variety of College outreach and support services for assigned student services programs.

Assist program participants with obtaining and maintaining program enrollment.

Monitor the attendance, goals and progress of program participants.

Provide program information to students, parents and the community.

Understand and relate to students with special needs.

Learn department and program objectives and goals.

Interpret, apply and explain rules, regulations, policies and procedures.

Communicate effectively both orally and in writing and make presentations.

Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with others.

Compile and verify data and prepare reports.

Maintain records.

Compose correspondence and written materials related to assigned activities.

Meet schedules and time lines.

Operate a computer and assigned software.

EDUCATION AND PAID EXPERIENCE:

Any combination equivalent to: bachelorâs degree with major coursework in sociology, social work, psychology or related field and one year experience working with secondary and post-secondary school aged students in an educational setting.

LICENSES AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS:

Some positions in this classification may be required to possess a valid California State driverâs license.

Some positions in this classification may be required to serve the College as a Designated School Official.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

Experience and/or education working with Educational and/or support services focused on serving African American students. Experience and or training with the Umoja Program.

WORKING CONDITIONS:

The work environment and physical demands described here are representative of those required by an employee to perform the essential functions of this job successfully. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

ENVIRONMENT:

Office environment.

Driving a vehicle to conduct work.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Regular operation of a computer keyboard, calculator, and other normal laboratory and office equipment.

Seeing to view a computer monitor.

Reading a variety of complex materials.

Ability to remain in a stationary position (sitting or standing) for extended periods of time.

Communicating and expressing oneself clearly on a variety of educational topics in conversation with, and presentations to, staff, students, and members of the community.

Monitor student activities.

Hearing and speaking to exchange information.

Bending at the waist, kneeling or crouching.

Mobility to reach various campus locations.

Reaching overhead, above the shoulders and horizontally.

Lifting, carrying, pushing or pulling objects as assigned by the position.

Sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socio-economic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation and ethnic backgrounds of Community College Students.

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS (Upon Offer of Employment):

The selected candidate must be fingerprinted and tested for tuberculosis prior to the start of employment.Â

The Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 requires verification of identity and the right to work in the United States.Â

Selected candidate must be able to perform essential functions of the position with or without reasonable accommodations.

Proof of college coursework or degrees indicated will be required of selected candidate.Â

All offers of employment are subject to approval by the Board of Trustees.Â

BENEFITS:

The District offers a cafeteria style plan in which employees are given a district allowance and may choose from a number of medical and dental plans. Life and income protection insurances are also available.

Vacation days (based on assigned hours) are earned and accumulated on a monthly basis.

Sick leave is earned at the rate of one day (based on the number of assigned hours) per month, and is accumulative from year to year.

Holidays: 14 holidays per year.

Credit Union: The Santa Barbara Teachers Federal Credit Union offers a variety of services.

Retirement: Employees, who work 20 or more hours per week, are covered by the Public Employees Retirement System (PERS), Social Security, and Medicare.

APPLICATION PROCESS

Apply online at http://apptrkr.com/1277420. We no longer accept paper applications. Assistance with the online application process is available on campus at the Human Resources office, 721 Cliff Drive, SS-230, Monday-Thursday: 8:00 a.m. â 4:00 p.m., Friday 8:00 a.m. â 12:30 p.m., or by phone (805) 965-0581 ext. 2258. Resumes are not accepted in lieu of SBCC online application. Online applications must be received by 11:59 p.m. on the closing date.

Additional Instructions:

Within the online application is a required supplemental question on diversity. The committee will be reviewing your answer as part of the screening process. Please take your time and answer the question thoroughly.

ACCOMMODATION FOR THE DISABLED: If you are in need of special services or facilities due to a disability in order to apply or interview for this opening, please call the Human Resources Office.

SBCC is an equal opportunity employer committed to nondiscrimination on the basis of national origin, religion, age, gender, gender identity, gender expression, race, ethnicity, color, medical condition, genetic information, ancestry, sexual orientation, marital status, physical or mental disability, pregnancy, military and veteran status, or because he/she is perceived to have one or more of the foregoing characteristics, or based on association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics, consistent with applicable federal and state laws. Reasonable accommodation will be provided for applicants with disabilities who self-disclose.


ANNOUNCEMENT OF POSITION

PLEASE APPLY AT: http://apptrkr.com/1279579

PLEASE CIRCULATE AND POST THIS ANNOUNCEMENT

MANAGEMENT OPENING FOR:

Director, Financial Aid

Financial Aid â FT/12 Mo

CLASSIFIED MANAGEMENT - OPEN AND PROMOTIONAL OPPORTUNITY

Nine step salary range, initial placement customarily at first step with annual advancement to the next higher step. 40 hours per week, 12 months per year, plus fringe benefits; 12 month probation period. All work schedules and work assignments are subject to change based on the needs of the College.

SALARY RANGE: $93,917- $106,271/ Annually (Management/Supervisory Salary Schedule)

(Nine step Salary Range continues to a maximum of $114,428)

WORKING HOURS: Monday â Friday, 8:00 am â 4:30 pm

PLEASE APPLY AT: http://apptrkr.com/1279579

ONLINE APPLICATION MUST BE RECEIVED BY: Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Online applications must be received by 11:59 p.m. PST on the closing date.

BASIC FUNCTION:

Under the direction of a Dean, plan, organize, control and direct Financial Aid Office operations and activities; coordinate and direct Financial Aid funds, budgets, personnel, information, training activities, systems and reporting functions to meet student needs and assure smooth and efficient activities; supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned personnel.

REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES:

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:

Plan, organize, control and direct the operations and activities of the Financial Aid Office; establish and maintain Financial Aid time lines and priorities; assure related activities comply with College, State and federal standards, requirements, laws, codes, regulations, polices and procedures related to Financial Aid.

Coordinate and direct Financial Aid funds, budgets, personnel, information, training activities and reporting functions to meet student needs and assure smooth and efficient activities; oversee the development and implementation of Office plans, programs, projects, services, goals, objectives and systems; assure proper and timely resolution of related issues, conflicts and discrepancies.

Supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned personnel; interview and select employees and recommend transfers, reassignment, termination and disciplinary actions; coordinate subordinate work assignments and review work for accuracy, completeness and compliance with established standards, requirements and procedures.

Plan, organize, control, analyze and direct the distribution, collection, review and evaluation of student financial aid forms and applications; coordinate activities to assure proper determination of student eligibility for a variety of financial aid such as loans, scholarships and work-study programs; direct and participate in the selection of students for financial aid awards.

Monitor and analyze Financial Aid operations and activities for financial effectiveness and operational efficiency; provide technical direction and assistance in the development and implementation of policies, procedures and programs to enhance the financial effectiveness and operational efficiency of the Financial Aid Office.

Direct and participate in providing technical assistance to students, College personnel and others concerning Financial Aid operations and programs; respond to inquiries, resolve student issues and conflicts and provide detailed and technical information concerning related funds, awards, applications, standards, requirements, laws, codes, regulations, policies and procedures; oversee and

participate in the grievance process.

Direct and participate in the preparation and maintenance of a variety of narrative, financial and statistical reports, records and files related to financial aid, students, awards, accounts, income, expenditures, budgets, personnel and assigned duties; assure mandated reports are completed and submitted to appropriate personnel or governmental agency according to established time lines.

Plan, develop, implement and conduct training sessions concerning Financial Aid operations, programs and related standards, requirements, policies and procedures; prepare and deliver oral presentations; prepare and distribute related training materials and documentation; assure employee understanding of established requirements.

Develop and prepare the annual preliminary Financial Aid budget; analyze and review budgetary and financial data; control and authorize expenditures and monitor the distribution of Financial Aid funds to assure accordance with established limitations; review and analyze student financial information and determine and authorize exceptions as appropriate.

Compile, analyze and distribute a variety of financial and statistical data related to Financial Aid programs; coordinate Financial Aid data, awards, communications and information between departments, administrators, personnel, outside organizations and various local, State and federal agencies; oversee the preparation and distribution of Financial Aid correspondence and documents.

Provide technical information and assistance to the Dean regarding Financial Aid activities, needs and issues; assist in the formulation and development of policies, procedures and programs; anticipate and implement changes in programs.

Operate a variety of office equipment including a computer and assigned software; direct the development, modification and implementation of computerized financial aid systems; assure new systems, programs and applications adopt with existing systems; drive a vehicle to conduct work.

Attend and conduct a variety of meetings as assigned.

OTHER DUTIES:

Perform related duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES:

KNOWLEDGE OF:

Planning, organization and direction of Financial Aid Office operations and activities.

Technical practices, procedures and techniques involved in determining student eligibility for a variety of financial aid such as loans, scholarships and work-study programs.

College, State and federal standards and requirements related to scholarships, grants, loans, awards and other designated forms of financial aid.

Automated systems and their use in financial aid.

Financial and statistical record-keeping techniques.

Practices, procedures and techniques involved in the development and implementation of training

activities.

Methods and techniques of financial aid need analysis.

Record retrieval and storage systems.

Policies and objectives of assigned programs and activities.

Principles and practices of administration, supervision and training.

Budget preparation and control.

Oral and written communication skills.

Interpersonal skills using tact, patience and courtesy.

Operation of a computer and assigned software.

Public speaking techniques.

ABILITY TO:

Plan, organize, control and direct the operations and activities of the Financial Aid Office.

Coordinate and direct Financial Aid funds, budgets, personnel, information, training activities, systems and reporting functions to meet student needs and assure smooth and efficient activities.

Supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned personnel

Oversee the development and implementation of Financial Aid plans, programs, projects, services, goals, objectives and systems.

Assure proper and timely resolution of Financial Aid issues, conflicts and discrepancies.

Monitor, analyze and modify policies, procedures and programs to enhance the financial effectiveness and operational efficiency of the Financial Aid Office.

Coordinate activities to assure proper determination of student eligibility for financial aid.

Direct and participate in the selection of students for financial aid awards.

Plan, develop, implement and conduct training sessions concerning Financial Aid.

Communicate effectively both orally and in writing.

Interpret, apply and explain laws, codes, regulations, policies and procedures.

Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with others.

Operate a computer and assigned office equipment.

Analyze situations accurately and adopt an effective course of action.

Meet schedules and time lines.

Work independently with little direction.

Plan and organize work.

Prepare comprehensive narrative, financial and statistical reports.

Direct the maintenance of a variety of reports, records and files related to assigned activities.

EDUCATION AND PAID EXPERIENCE:

Any combination equivalent to: bachelorâs degree in business administration or related field and five years of increasingly responsible experience in a college financial aid office.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

Knowledge of financial aid programs unique to California Community College. Demonstrated customer service experience. Excellent written and verbal communication. Experience using Banner by Ellucian and related tools such as Argos. Experience leading teams in busy and complex environments.

LICENSES AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS:

Valid California driverâs license.

WORKING CONDITIONS:

The work environment and physical demands described here are representative of those required by an employee to perform the essential functions of this job successfully. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

ENVIRONMENT:

Office environment.

Driving a vehicle to conduct work.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Regular operation of a computer keyboard, calculator, and other normal laboratory and office equipment.

Seeing to view a computer monitor.

Reading a variety of complex materials.

Ability to remain in a stationary position (sitting or standing) for extended periods of time.

Communicating and expressing oneself clearly on a variety of educational topics in conversation with, and presentations to, staff, students, and members of the community.

Monitor student activities.

Hearing and speaking to exchange information.

Bending at the waist, kneeling or crouching.

Mobility to reach various campus locations.

Reaching overhead, above the shoulders and horizontally.

Lifting, carrying, pushing or pulling objects as assigned by the position.

Sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socio-economic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation and ethnic backgrounds of Community College Students.

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS (Upon Offer of Employment):

⢠The selected candidate must be fingerprinted and tested for tuberculosis prior to the start of employment.

⢠The Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 requires verification of identity and the right to work in the United States.

⢠Selected candidate must be able to perform essential functions of the position with or without reasonable accommodations.

⢠Proof of college coursework or degrees indicated will be required of selected candidate.

⢠All offers of employment are subject to approval by the Board of Trustees.

BENEFITS:

⢠The District offers a cafeteria style plan in which employees are given a district allowance and may choose from a number of medical and dental plans. Life and income protection insurances are also available.

⢠Vacation days (based on assigned hours) are earned and accumulated on a monthly basis.

⢠Sick leave is earned at the rate of one day (based on the number of assigned hours) per month, and is accumulative from year to year.

⢠Holidays: 15 holidays per year.

⢠Credit Union: The Santa Barbara Teachers Federal Credit Union offers a variety of services.

⢠Retirement: Employees, who work 20 or more hours per week, are covered by the Public Employees Retirement System (PERS), Social Security, and Medicare.

APPLICATION PROCESS

Apply online at http://apptrkr.com/1279579. We no longer accept paper applications. Assistance with the online application process is available on campus at the Human Resources office, 721 Cliff Drive, SS-230, Monday-Thursday: 8:00 a.m. â 4:00 p.m., Friday 8:00 a.m. â 12:30 p.m., or by phone (805) 965-0581 ext. 2258. Resumes are not accepted in lieu of SBCC online application. Online applications must be received by 11:59 p.m. on the closing date.

Additional Instructions:

Within the online application is a required supplemental question on diversity. The committee will be reviewing your answer as part of the screening process. Please take your time and answer the question thoroughly.

ACCOMMODATION FOR THE DISABLED: If you are in need of special services or facilities due to a disability in order to apply or interview for this opening, please call the Human Resources Office.

SBCC is an equal opportunity employer committed to nondiscrimination on the basis of national origin, religion, age, gender, gender identity, gender expression, race, ethnicity, color, medical condition, genetic information, ancestry, sexual orientation, marital status, physical or mental disability, pregnancy, military and veteran status, or because he/she is perceived to have one or more of the foregoing characteristics, or based on association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics, consistent with applicable federal and state laws. Reasonable accommodation will be provided for applicants with disabilities who self-disclose.


ANNOUNCEMENT OF POSITION

PLEASE APPLY AT: http://apptrkr.com/1293752

PLEASE CIRCULATE AND POST THIS ANNOUNCEMENT

MANAGEMENT OPENING FOR:

Title IX and Gender Equity Coordinator

Human Resources â FT/12 Mo

CLASSIFIED MANAGEMENT - OPEN AND PROMOTIONAL OPPORTUNITY

Nine step salary range, initial placement customarily at first step with annual advancement to the next higher step. 40 hours per week, 12 months per year, plus fringe benefits; 12 month probation period. All work schedules and work assignments are subject to change based on the needs of the College.

SALARY RANGE: SALARY RANGE: $91,620- $103,664/ Annually (Management/Supervisory Salary Schedule)

(Nine step Salary Range continues to a maximum of $111,634)

WORKING HOURS: Monday â Friday, 8:00 am â 4:30 pm

PLEASE APPLY AT: http://apptrkr.com/1293752

ONLINE APPLICATION MUST BE RECEIVED BY: Friday, October 5, 2018

Online applications must be received by 11:59 p.m. PST on the closing date.

(Interviews by Invitation Only)

BASIC FUNCTION:

Under the direction of the Vice President of Human Resources, the Title IX and Gender Equity Coordinator (âCoordinatorâ) is responsible for providing leadership and ensuring District compliance with all requirements under Title IX of the Educational Amendments Act of 1972. Assigned responsibilities include investigations, reports, and responses to complaints relating to Title IX complaint resolution and implementation of interim and remedial measures. The Coordinator is also responsible for creating, directing, and implementing appropriate policies and procedures, and training programs for students, faculty and staff related to Title IX compliance.

REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES:

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:

Manage oversight of the District's efforts to comply with legal and regulatory obligations in support of the District's mission, vision and policies as they relate to Title IX; develop, recommend, and ensure Title IX compliance and training programs and strategies which meet federal and State mandates;

Conduct prompt, equitable and impartial administrative investigations into complaints of sexual misconduct, sexual harassment, gender-related violence, stalking, intimate partner violence, gender discrimination, and related retaliation; identify and interview parties and witnesses; gather and assess information and evidence relevant to the investigation; apply relevant laws and policies; and make findings of fact in individual cases.

Exercise sound judgment and conflict resolution skills while engaging the parties in the informal resolution process of complaints pertaining to nonviolent gender related discrimination and/or harassment, where appropriate and desired by the parties. Maintain regular communication with parties to provide them with clear information about the investigatory process and provide resources and support systems available to them.

Provide ongoing updates to the Vice President, Human Resources, Superintendent/President and the Executive Vice President regarding the status of individual cases; continuously identify and integrate best practices in the Title IX investigation arena into the campus knowledge base and practice.

Collaborate with on and off-campus resources, other District investigators, law enforcement, and survivor services to ensure that the Districtâs processes, responses and policies are consistent with state and federal laws and regulations.

Monitor and coordinate regulatory compliance with local, state and federal laws and regulations, including but not limited to: Title IX, the Jeanne Clery Act (âClery Actâ), and the Violence Against Women Act (âVAWAâ).

Develop appropriate policies and procedures for compliance under Title IX, VAWA and the Clery Act. Effectively communicate with key stakeholders of the District and local law enforcement entities to ensure the needs and concerns of the District are addressed.

Objectively and effectively, conduct investigations of allegations and complaints of alleged unlawful discrimination, sexual harassment, and other violations of rights relative to sex and gender; prepare reports, and make findings and recommendations related to law and legal precedence; ensure investigations are timely, impartial and thorough.

Make recommendations and coordinate appropriate interim and remedial measures. Develop resolution for complex harassment and discrimination cases. Provide advice to individuals, including the Reporting Party, Accused Party, or a third party, about reporting options, processes, rights and resources available at the District and in the community.

Maintain and oversee the case management database to organize, manage and track incidents. Prepare statistical reports. Track cases, data and trends to identify patterns and make recommendations accordingly and address any patterns or systemic problems revealed by such reports and complaints.

Provide information, advice, interpretation and training to District administrators, employees, students and employment applicants on federal and State laws and District policy and procedures related to unlawful discrimination; publish and disseminate to students, faculty and staff the available resources and Title IX rights and responsibilities. Lead and coordinate all Title IX training efforts, including reporting procedures, educational materials, training for administrators, students, employees and employment applicants.

Advise and collaborate with campus community partners, as appropriate, on the status of initiatives, case management trends, challenges and concerns pertaining to discrimination, harassment and Title IX compliance. Work with the appropriate college departments to identify specific training needs including training for security personnel and other first responders. Ensure notices announcing the availability related safety reports and information are properly developed and available to current and prospective students and employees. Produce regulatory reports and present outcomes to institutional leadership.

Collaborate with members of the District community to conduct training, prevention and education efforts and periodic review of climate and culture; ensure compliance, in conjunction with the college police department and other District personnel, with requirements under the Clery Act and VAWA.

Remain knowledgeable of current state and federal laws, regulations and trends in the field of higher education related to sexual harassment, sexual violence and other discriminatory practices, including but not limited to: Title IX, the Clery Act and VAWA.

Actively foster and maintain a climate that is supportive and respectful to students, staff, and the public.

Perform related duties as assigned.

OTHER DUTIES:

Perform related duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES:

KNOWLEDGE OF:

Applicable and pertinent areas of the government regulations that pertain to students, faculty and college staff, with respect to Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Title VII, California Code of Regulations Title 5, the Clery Act (and the Campus Save Act), the Family Educational Rights & Privacy Act (FERPA) and VAWA, and other anti-discrimination laws and regulations.

Complaint and conflict investigation and resolution.

Compliance requirements of the Clery Act and Title IX.

Human Resources management principles, practices and standards, as applied to public institutions.

Principles & practices of administration, supervision and training.

Disciplinary procedures for employees and students.

Analyzing, understanding and resolving complex issues objectively and expeditiously.

Computer applications, word processing, and presentation programs.

Data analysis.

Record-keeping techniques.

Community college or related public agency organizational structure, policies and procedures.

Theories, principles, practices, and procedures associated with human resources management in higher education or related public service.

Modern office practices, procedures and equipment.

ABILITY TO:

Conduct trauma-informed investigations and understand effects of sexual assaults, harassment, and domestic/dating violence.

Interpret and apply provisions of state and federal laws as related to the responsibilities of the position. Investigate complaints relative to assigned program areas, and make findings. Maintain records and prepare reports. Meet schedules and timelines.

Demonstrate cultural competency and sensitivity to diversity including academic, socioeconomic, culture, abilities, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students and staff.

Handle sensitive information with discretion and respect

Engage and facilitate conflict resolution.

Develop and implement training and prevention.

Develop, implement and oversee programs and procedure.

Advocate for shared governance, collegiality, staff cohesiveness and the core values of the institution.

Communicate effectively orally and in writing.

Demonstrate effective public speaking strategies.

Establish and maintain effective working relationships with others.

Accept change and new methods in the assigned area of responsibility.

Demonstrate organizational problem solving.

Produce regulatory reports and present outcomes to institutional leadership.

Demonstrate effective and efficient project management and leadership.

Work cooperatively and productively with internal and external constituencies.

Work independently with little direction.

EDUCATION AND PAID EXPERIENCE:

Training and Experience:

Any combination of training and experience equivalent to: a Bachelorâs degree in business administration, personnel management, labor relations, Human Resources or related field and at least three yearsâ experience in complaint resolution and investigation of gender discrimination and sexual violence complaints and overseeing institutional compliance with anti-discrimination laws and regulations, including: Title IX, VAWA and the Clery Act.

Desirable Qualifications:

Masterâs degree or Juris Doctorate and at least five years of professional-level experience in mediation and complaint resolution, including significant experience in handling various types of investigations related to sexual harassment, discrimination, and/or Title IX violations

License:

Valid California driver's license.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

Community College or Higher Education experience. Experience working with diverse populations. Experience in a shared governance environment working with faculty and staff.

WORKING CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:

The work environment and physical demands described here are representative of those required by an employee to perform the essential functions of this job successfully. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

ENVIRONMENT:

May require travel from site to site and outside of the District. Work is performed primarily in a standard office setting. The noise level in the work environment is usually mild.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

⢠Sufficient physical ability and mobility to work in an office setting;

⢠Sit for prolonged periods of time;

⢠Occasionally stand, walk, stoop, bend, kneel, crouch, reach, and twist;

⢠Lift, carry, push, and/or pull light to moderate amounts of weight;

⢠Operate office equipment requiring repetitive hand movement and fine coordination including use of a computer keyboard; and to verbally communicate to exchange information.

⢠Hear in the normal audio range with or without correction.

⢠See in the normal visual range with or without correction; vision sufficient to read computer screens and printed documents; operate assigned equipment and to observe and assess the demeanor of others.

⢠Sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socio-economic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation and ethnic backgrounds of Community College Students.

CONTACTS:

Regular interaction with the College community, including the Title IX Team, faculty, staff, and student, other colleges, community agencies, and members of the public.

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS (Upon Offer of Employment):

⢠The selected candidate must be fingerprinted and tested for tuberculosis prior to the start of employment.

⢠The Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 requires verification of identity and the right to work in the United States.

⢠Selected candidate must be able to perform essential functions of the position with or without reasonable accommodations.

⢠Proof of college coursework or degrees indicated will be required of selected candidate.

⢠All offers of employment are subject to approval by the Board of Trustees.

BENEFITS:

⢠The District offers a cafeteria style plan in which employees are given a district allowance and may choose from a number of medical and dental plans. Life and income protection insurances are also available.

⢠Vacation days (based on assigned hours) are earned and accumulated on a monthly basis.

⢠Sick leave is earned at the rate of one day (based on the number of assigned hours) per month, and is accumulative from year to year.

⢠Holidays: 15 holidays per year.

⢠Credit Union: The Santa Barbara Teachers Federal Credit Union offers a variety of services.

⢠Retirement: Employees, who work 20 or more hours per week, are covered by the Public Employees Retirement System (PERS), Social Security, and Medicare.

APPLICATION PROCESS

Apply online at http://apptrkr.com/1293752. We no longer accept paper applications. Assistance with the online application process is available on campus at the Human Resources office, 721 Cliff Drive, SS-230, Monday-Thursday: 8:00 a.m. â 4:00 p.m., Friday 8:00 a.m. â 12:30 p.m., or by phone (805) 965-0581 ext. 2258. Resumes are not accepted in lieu of SBCC online application. Online applications must be received by 11:59 p.m. on the closing date.

Additional Instructions:

Within the online application is a required supplemental question on diversity. The committee will be reviewing your answer as part of the screening process. Please take your time and answer the question thoroughly.

ACCOMMODATION FOR THE DISABLED: If you are in need of special services or facilities due to a disability in order to apply or interview for this opening, please call the Human Resources Office.

SBCC is an equal opportunity employer committed to nondiscrimination on the basis of national origin, religion, age, gender, gender identity, gender expression, race, ethnicity, color, medical condition, genetic information, ancestry, sexual orientation, marital status, physical or mental disability, pregnancy, military and veteran status, or because he/she is perceived to have one or more of the foregoing characteristics, or based on association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics, consistent with applicable federal and state laws. Reasonable accommodation will be provided for applicants with disabilities who self-disclose.

- EQUAL OPPORTUNITY - TITLE IX EMPLOYER

JOB# 9/18 â C286


ANNOUNCEMENT OF POSITION

PLEASE APPLY AT: http://apptrkr.com/1328191

PLEASE CIRCULATE AND POST THIS ANNOUNCEMENT

MANAGEMENT OPENING FOR:

Custodial Supervisor

Facilities and Operations â FT/12 Mo

CLASSIFIED MANAGEMENT - OPEN AND PROMOTIONAL OPPORTUNITY

Nine step salary range, initial placement customarily at first step with annual advancement to the next higher step. 40 hours per week, 12 months per year, plus fringe benefits; 12 month probation period. All work schedules and work assignments are subject to change based on the needs of the College.

SALARY RANGE: $58,350- $66,056/ Annually (Management/Supervisory Salary Schedule)

(Nine step Salary Range continues to a maximum of $71,117) +7.5% Graveyard

WORKING HOURS: Monday-Wednesday, 8:00 pm - 4:30 am

Thursday, 5:00 pm -1:30 am

Friday, 3:30 pm -12:00 pm

PLEASE APPLY AT: http://apptrkr.com/1328191

ONLINE APPLICATION MUST BE RECEIVED BY: Monday, November 26, 2018

Online applications must be received by 11:9 p.m. PST on the closing date.

(Interviews by Invitation Only)

BASIC FUNCTION:

Under the direction of the Director of Facilities, organize and direct operations and activities involved in the cleaning of College buildings and adjacent grounds areas; coordinate communications, projects, resources and personnel to assure a clean, orderly and secure campus for students, staff and visitors; train and evaluate the performance of assigned personnel.

DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS

The Custodial Supervisor is responsible for supervisory work involving the assignment and direct supervision of custodial employees in maintaining the cleanliness and sanitation of buildings, offices, classrooms, fitness centers, laboratories, furnishings and equipment as well as building entrances.

The Custodial Supervisor is also responsible for training new employees in proper custodial procedures for the use of manually operated tools, electrically-powered machines, cleaning compounds, solvents and chemicals.

REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES:

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:

Organize and direct operations and activities involved in the cleaning of College buildings and adjacent grounds areas; establish and maintain custodial time lines and priorities; receive, distribute and coordinate response to work orders; assure related activities comply with established laws, codes, regulations, policies and procedures.

Coordinate communications, projects, resources and personnel to assure a clean, orderly and secure campus for students, staff and visitors; plan, develop and implement custodial projects and daily activities; inspect completed projects for accuracy, completeness and compliance with established requirements; confer with staff regarding custodial needs, projects and work order status.

Train and evaluate the performance of assigned staff; interview and select employees and recommend transfers, reassignment, termination and disciplinary actions; assign employee duties, overtime, approve vacation time and review work to assure compliance with established standards and procedures.

Assure adequate resources to meet the custodial needs of the College; estimate labor, supplies and equipment needed for custodial projects and daily activities; monitor inventory levels of supplies and equipment; order, receive and maintain adequate inventory levels of supplies and equipment; account for and supervise the distribution and collection of keys for subordinate employees.

Supervise the cleaning of classrooms, lounges, offices, hallways and other facilities; organize and direct the sweeping, scrubbing, mopping, stripping, waxing and polishing of floors; assure proper vacuuming, spot cleaning and shampooing of rugs and carpets; supervise the cleaning of restrooms and assure facilities are stocked with adequate supplies; assist with cleaning routes as needed.

Coordinate and oversee the preparation of facilities and set-up and assembly of chairs, tables and other furniture and equipment for special events and activities; supervise the clean-up of furniture, equipment and debris following these events; coordinate and participate in special custodial assignments such as pressure washing and weekend projects.

Operate custodial equipment such as vacuums, mops, small hand and power tools, buffer/scrubber machines, forklifts and blowers; perform general maintenance and repairs on custodial equipment; arrange for major maintenance and repairs as needed.

Communicate with personnel and various outside agencies to exchange information, coordinate activities and resolve issues and concerns; receive, prepare and distribute correspondence related to custodial needs, projects and activities.

Research prices for custodial supplies and equipment; review and authorize expenditures according to established limitations; assist with budget development and preparation for custodial functions.

Operate standards office equipment including a computer and assigned software; drive a vehicle to conduct work.

Maintain various records related to safety, supplies, equipment, work orders, inventory and assigned activities; pick up and process recycling according to established procedures.

Inspect buildings and facilities to identify custodial maintenance and repair needs; assure proper identification and resolution of safety, sanitary, security and fire hazards; coordinate response to emergency custodial needs.

Attend and participate in various meetings and in-services as assigned.

OTHER DUTIES:

Perform related duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES:

KNOWLEDGE OF:

Organization and direction of operations and activities involved in the cleaning of College buildings and adjacent grounds areas.

Proper methods, techniques, materials, tools and equipment used in modern custodial work.

Modern cleaning methods including basic methods of cleaning floors, carpets, furniture, walls and fixtures.

Inventory practices, procedures and requirements for custodial activities.

Applicable laws, codes, regulations, policies and procedures.

Practices, procedures and techniques involved in the development and implementation of custodial projects and daily activities.

Requirements of maintaining College buildings in a safe, clean and orderly condition.

Principles and practices of supervision and training.

Operation of a computer and assigned software.

Oral and written communication skills.

Interpersonal skills using tact, patience and courtesy.

Appropriate safety precautions and procedures.

Record-keeping techniques.

Proper lifting techniques.

ABILITY TO:

Organize and direct operations and activities involved in the cleaning of College buildings and adjacent grounds areas.

Coordinate communications, projects, resources and personnel to assure a clean, orderly and secure campus for students, staff and visitors.

Train and evaluate the performance of assigned personnel.

Interpret, apply and explain laws, codes, regulations, policies and procedures.

Supervise the cleaning of classrooms, lounges, offices, hallways and other facilities.

Estimate labor, material and equipment requirements for projects and activities.

Plan, develop, implement and inspect custodial projects and daily activities.

Coordinate and oversee the preparation of facilities and set-up and assembly of chairs, tables and other furniture and equipment for special events and activities.

Utilize and maintain a variety of custodial equipment.

Operate a computer and assigned software.

Plan and organize work.

Meet schedules and time lines.

Work independently with little direction.

Communicate effectively both orally and in writing.

Maintain various records related to assigned activities.

Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with others.

EDUCATION AND PAID EXPERIENCE:

Any combination equivalent to: graduation from high school and four years increasingly responsible custodial experience including one year in a lead capacity.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

Knowledge of cleaning procedures, equipment and supplies is required.

Working knowledge of Simplex Alarm Systems desired.

LICENSES AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS:

Valid California driverâs license.

WORKING CONDITIONS:

The work environment and physical demands described here are representative of those required by an employee to perform the essential functions of this job successfully. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

ENVIRONMENT:

Indoor and outdoor work environment.

Regular exposure to fumes, dust and odors.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Regular operation of a computer keyboard, calculator, and other normal laboratory and office equipment.

Seeing to view a computer monitor.

Reading a variety of complex materials.

Ability to remain in a stationary position (sitting or standing) for extended periods of time.

Communicating and expressing oneself clearly on a variety of educational topics in conversation with, and presentations to, staff, students, and members of the community.

Monitor student activities.

Seeing to perform custodial duties

Hearing and speaking to exchange information.

Bending at the waist, kneeling or crouching.

Mobility to reach various campus locations.

Reaching overhead, above the shoulders and horizontally.

Lifting, carrying, pushing or pulling objects as assigned by the position.

Sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socio-economic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation and ethnic backgrounds of Community College Students.

HAZARDS:

Exposure to cleaning agents and chemicals.

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS (Upon Offer of Employment):

⢠The selected candidate must be fingerprinted and tested for tuberculosis prior to the start of employment.

⢠The Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 requires verification of identity and the right to work in the United States.

⢠Selected candidate must be able to perform essential functions of the position with or without reasonable accommodations.

⢠Proof of college coursework or degrees indicated will be required of selected candidate.

⢠All offers of employment are subject to approval by the Board of Trustees.

BENEFITS:

⢠The District offers a cafeteria style plan in which employees are given a district allowance and may choose from a number of medical and dental plans. Life and income protection insurances are also available.

⢠Vacation days (based on assigned hours) are earned and accumulated on a monthly basis.

⢠Sick leave is earned at the rate of one day (based on the number of assigned hours) per month, and is accumulative from year to year.

⢠Holidays: 15 holidays per year.

⢠Credit Union: The Santa Barbara Teachers Federal Credit Union offers a variety of services.

⢠Retirement: Employees, who work 20 or more hours per week, are covered by the Public Employees Retirement System (PERS), Social Security, and Medicare.

APPLICATION PROCESS

Apply online at http://apptrkr.com/1328191. We no longer accept paper applications. Assistance with the online application process is available on campus at the Human Resources office, 721 Cliff Drive, SS-230, Monday-Thursday: 8:00 a.m. â 4:00 p.m., Friday 8:00 a.m. â 12:30 p.m., or by phone (805) 965-0581 ext. 2258. Resumes are not accepted in lieu of SBCC online application. Online applications must be received by 11:59 p.m. on the closing date.

Additional Instructions:

Within the online application is a required supplemental question on diversity. The committee will be reviewing your answer as part of the screening process. Please take your time and answer the question thoroughly.

ACCOMMODATION FOR THE DISABLED: If you are in need of special services or facilities due to a disability in order to apply or interview for this opening, please call the Human Resources Office.

SBCC is an equal opportunity employer committed to nondiscrimination on the basis of national origin, religion, age, gender, gender identity, gender expression, race, ethnicity, color, medical condition, genetic information, ancestry, sexual orientation, marital status, physical or mental disability, pregnancy, military and veteran status, or because he/she is perceived to have one or more of the foregoing characteristics, or based on association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics, consistent with applicable federal and state laws. Reasonable accommodation will be provided for applicants with disabilities who self-disclose.

- EQUAL OPPORTUNITY - TITLE IX EMPLOYER

JOB# 10/18 â C292


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A message from Dr. Anthony E. Beebe, Superintendent/President, Santa Barbara City College -

Santa Barbara City College has created a unique academic culture, which has been recognized with numerous accolades and awards. This includes the 2013 Aspen Award for Community College Excellence in, among other things, increased levels of access and success for marginalized and low-income students.

I highlight to you the profound commitment the College has to academic excellence, diversity, equity, and inclusion among our faculty, staff, and students. As a community, we believe that diversity comes in many forms. We understand that individuals are multidimensional, shaped by the intersections of a variety of life experiences and factors. We recognize and challenge the inequities that stem from the complex world in which we live and embrace the many facets of people that make up our wonderful College.

Consequently, we seek College employees who will take responsibility for equitable outcomes and successful pathways for our students. We seek staff and faculty to join our community and embrace our commitments.

Situated between the Santa Ynez Mountains and the Pacific Ocean, Santa Barbara is a coastal city of 91,000 people renowned as a cultural and educational center. Residents have access to two highly regarded educational institutions that are considered to be community gems: Santa Barbara City College and the University of California, Santa Barbara. The cityâs trademark early California architecture, abundant flora, and moderate year-round climate make for a unique and unmatched locale in which to study, work, and live.

SBCC currently serves approximately 17,500 credit and 7,200 noncredit students each semester who enroll in courses for transfer preparation, career education, and foundational skills. The collegeâs highest priority is to help students achieve their educational goals. A central component of the SBCC culture is to champion the philosophical underpinnings of student equity, educational success, goal attainment, and opportunity for all.

Thanks to support from the community through the passage of Measure V, recent capital construction projects completed on the Main Campus include the modernization of the Drama Music building, which houses the Garvin Theatre, a central hub with offerings open to the community, as well as the Humanities Building, and the West Campus Center. Plans are underway for the refurbishment of the Campus Center, an anchor point housing the Office of Student Life and co-curricular activities, along with Food Services and the Culinary Arts Program.

Vision Statement:

Santa Barbara City College strives to build a socially conscious community where knowledge and respect empower individuals to transform our world.

Mission Statement:

As a public community college dedicated to the success of each studentâ¦

Santa Barbara City College provides students a diverse learning environment that inspires curiosity and discovery, promotes global responsibility, and fosters opportunity for all.

College Facts (as of Fall 2017)

⢠Instruction, administrative, and support services are provided by 244 full-time faculty, 532 adjunct faculty, 244 School of Extended Learning faculty, and 357 full-time staff and management.

⢠Santa Barbara City College currently enrolls approximately 17,457 students, the majority of whom are from racially diverse populations as follows: African American/Black â 3.3%; American Indian/Alaskan Native â 0.4%; Asian/Filipino/Pacific Islander â 8.3%; Hispanic/Latinx â 39.8%; two or more races â 4.4%; Unknown â 1.9% and White â 41.5%.

⢠31.6% of SBCCâs students are under age 19, 32% are between the ages 20 and 24, 22% are between the ages of 25 and 39, and 14.4% are 40 or older.

⢠33.2% of SBCCâs students attend full time (12 units or more), and 66.8% of SBCC students attend part-time.

⢠In 2009, SBCC gained the status of Hispanic Serving Institution, which among other benefits, made us eligible to apply for federal grants geared toward strengthening institutional capacity and building programs to increase the success of Hispanic and other underrepresented students.

⢠The College recently adopted the Umoja program, a transfer success program geared toward African-American and other black students.

⢠The College was selected as one of the 20 statewide pilot colleges to implement âGuided Pathways.â This initiative will transform the way colleges prepare and adapt to better serve students.

⢠In 2018, Santa Barbara City College celebrates 100 years of Adult Education in the Santa Barbara community.

Located on Californiaâs picturesque south coast, Santa Barbara City College (SBCC) was established by the Santa Barbara High School District in 1909, making it one of the oldest community colleges in California. The main campus sits on a 74 acre bluff on the Santa Barbara Mesa overlooking the harbor and Pacific Ocean. The Schott and Wake campuses are located conveniently nearby in the community.

SBCC is ranked as one of the best community colleges in the nation. In 2013, the college was awarded the Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence, validating the collegeâs vision and mission:

STRENGTHS

⢠SBCC has outstanding faculty and staff, as well as a diverse and engaged student population. The collegeâs well-earned reputation for innovation and excellence has resulted in numerous awards:

⢠California Community College Board of Governors Exemplary Program Award

⢠2018 â SBCC Express to Success Program

⢠Excelencia in Education

⢠2014 - National winner for SBCC Express to Success Program (for increasing achievement for Latino students in the associate degree category)

⢠Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence, Aspen Institute

2013 - Co-winner (for outstanding student outcomes achievement in completion, learning and equity)

2011 - Top Ten Finalist

⢠California Community Colleges Chancellorâs Award for Best Practices in Student Equity

⢠2012 - SBCC Express to Success Program (accelerated curriculum primarily for underrepresented and underserved students)

⢠American Library Association

⢠2011 - Excellence in Academic Libraries' national winner in the community college category (for focus on community outreach and student learning)

⢠Academic Senate for California Community Collegesâ Exemplary Program Awards

⢠Six past program recipients

SBCCâs academic programs and student support services have earned a strong reputation in the community, region, and state, as evidenced by the myriad of awards it has received honoring the fine work of its faculty, staff, administrators, and students. The college has a well-established governance structure, as well as successful partnerships with the University of California, Santa Barbara, and California State University, Channel Islands. The college was reaccredited in 2016 through the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJC).

October 18, 2018

Application Deadline: Completed online applications must be submitted by Monday, November 26, 2018 @ 11:59 PM PST. The anticipated start date is July 1, 2019.

Essential Functions and Duties of Position

BASIC FUNCTION:

The position reports directly to the Superintendent/President and is responsible for all aspects of teaching, learning, and student support services for the institution. The Executive Vice President works collaboratively with the other members of the Presidentâs Cabinet to support and foster educational innovation, programmatic excellence, and institutional commitment to student access, equity, and success. The Executive Vice President has responsibility for the overall design, organization, delivery, supervision, fiscal management, and evaluation of academic programs and student support services, and associated planning to advance the mission of the college to improve student success and institutional effectiveness. The Executive Vice President, Educational Programs, serves as SBCCâs chief instructional and student services leader.

The successful candidate for this position will be someone who understands SBCCâs opportunities and challenges, and who has demonstrated the desired characteristics that will support and guide the college in successfully meeting those opportunities and challenges going forward.

REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES:

⢠Plan, organize, control and direct Educational Programs, operations, and activities including District-wide instructional and student services support divisions, departments, programs, services and activities; provide College-wide leadership, vision and oversight for academic and student support programs and priorities, policy development, and strategic planning; promote teaching and learning as the core function of the institution.

⢠Ensures educational programs and breadth of student support services effectively meet the educational needs of students. Serves as the collegeâs chief instructional and chief student services officer.

⢠Provide leadership and vision to strengthen existing and implement new career technical and transfer programs leading to degrees and certificates; basic skills curricula; noncredit career development and college preparation programs; and the community service lifelong learning program.

⢠Coordinate and direct courses, curriculum, student support services and programs, fiscal functions, meetings, communications, information, resources and personnel to meet student needs and enhance the educational effectiveness of the College; direct the development and implementation of instructional and student support programs and services; plans strategies, processes, systems, projects, courses, goals, events and objectives; establish, develop, implement and schedule classes and other instructional and student support program and service activities.

⢠Provide leadership, mentoring, appropriate delegation, and professional development to the Deans and department chairs. Support and foster professional growth and development of faculty. Supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned administrators and personnel; interview and select employees and recommend transfers, reassignment, termination and disciplinary actions; coordinate subordinate work assignments and review work to assure compliance with established standards, requirements, and procedures; assure employee understanding of established requirements. Oversee and participate in (as appropriate) the recruitment, selection, and development of classified and academic personnel.

⢠Provide guidance to and receive input from faculty organizations on matters relating to the instructional and student service programs; promote the inclusion of students in the participatory governance process.

⢠Direct and assist subordinate administrators in the identification, analysis, design and implementation of program, curriculum, and policy initiatives; coordinate instructional and student support programs and activities to assure compliance with established curriculum standards and requirements which will enhance teaching, learning, and student success; direct and participate in developing and maintaining curriculum standards, enhancing enrollment and meeting the educational needs and goals of students. Support and foster innovation within the educational and student support programs.

⢠Coordinate instructional and student support programs, services, communications, activities, projects, curriculum development, and information between administrators, faculty, personnel, community resources, outside organizations, students, the public and various local, State and federal agencies; assure proper and timely resolution of Educational Programs and related student, staff, faculty, administrative, program and service issues, complaints, problems and conflicts.

⢠Direct staff development functions to assure faculty understanding of curriculum standards and requirements, instructional, and student development strategies and related materials; coordinate and direct the development, implementation, and conducting of training sessions to facilitate and enhance faculty and student support staff understanding of related principles, standards, guidelines, requirements, practices, procedures, and techniques.

⢠Implement assessment, evaluation, and planning processes (i.e., program review, learning outcomes, Educational Master Plan strategic directions and goals) for the institutionâs academic and student support programs. Provide leadership in the convening, charge, and work of campus committees and task forces related to educational and student support programs.

⢠Coordinate, attend, conduct, and chair various meetings, committees, councils, teams, conferences, and special events as assigned; prepare and deliver oral presentations concerning instructional and student support operations, activities, programs, services, and courses; prepare agenda items as needed; attend and participate in collective bargaining sessions and negotiations as directed.

⢠Develop and prepare the annual preliminary budget for Educational Programs; analyze and review budgetary and financial data; control and authorize expenditures in accordance with established limitations; direct financial functions to assure fiscal accountability and solvency; evaluate enrollment data to determine appropriate spending priorities; direct and participate in researching, obtaining and maintaining grants and other funding sources; prepare related proposals and documents. Provide sound fiscal planning and oversight in the development and management of the instructional and student services budgets and assume overall responsibility for effective resource allocations in support of the institutionâs mission and Educational Master Plan. Provide leadership in the planning and implementation of categorically funded initiatives. Provide leadership in the planning and implementation of externally funded grant programs. Monitor and analyze instructional and student support operations and activities for educational and financial effectiveness and operational efficiency; direct the research, development and implementation of standards, programs, services, policies, systems, and procedures to meet student needs and enhance the educational and financial effectiveness and operational efficiency of instructional and student support operations and activities.

⢠Research, compile and analyze student, enrollment, class, attendance, and other instructional information and data; direct and participate in the preparation and maintenance of a variety of records, reports and files related to programs, services, personnel, students, accountability, attendance, budgets, financial activity and assigned duties; assure mandated reports are submitted to appropriate local, state or federal agency according to established timelines.

⢠Assure adequate resources and personnel to meet the instructional and student support needs of the College; direct the procurement and purchasing of needed supplies and equipment; initiate personnel transactions such as hiring activities as appropriate.

⢠Direct consultation and advisement services concerning Educational Programs; advise and assure students, personnel, administrators, outside agencies, and the public are provided with technical, accurate and timely assistance and information concerning related programs, services, divisions, departments, courses, curriculum, schedules, timelines, standards, requirements, goals, objectives, services, timelines, processes, laws, codes, regulations, policies, and procedures.

⢠Establish and maintain instructional and student support program and service timelines and priorities; assure related activities comply with established college, state and federal standards, requirements, laws, codes, rules, regulations, policies and procedures. Ensure compliance with all state and federal laws and regulations (including Education Code and Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations), accreditation standards, district policies, grant requirements, and collective bargaining agreements.

⢠Plan and direct effective instructional programming including room utilization, instructor load, student enrollment, retention, and completion. Develop enrollment management strategies aligned with the goals of the institution.

⢠Supervise the publication of the collegeâs schedule of classes, catalog, and instructional and student support services information content of the college website.

⢠Maintain currency in educational and student support research and emerging trends and effective practices, and local, state and federal programs, laws, codes, regulations, and pending legislature related to instructional and student support program and service operations and activities; oversee the modification of programs, services, policies, and procedures to meet State and federal requirements as needed.

⢠Establish and maintain productive liaisons with local high school districts, business and community representatives and organizations, and regional four-year institutions, as participants in the planning, development, and modification of curriculum and programs. Communicate with administrators, personnel and outside organizations to exchange information, coordinate activities and programs and resolve issues or concerns.

⢠Provide technical information and assistance to the Superintendent/President regarding instructional and student support divisions, departments, programs, services, activities, needs, and issues; assist in the formulation and development of policies, procedures, and programs; collaborate with other administrators in identifying classes appropriate for transferring to credit mode.

⢠Operate a variety of office equipment including a computer and assigned software; drive a vehicle to conduct work; oversee and assure proper development, maintenance and modification of instructional and student support computer systems.

⢠Serve as the acting President in the absence of the administrator as directed

OTHER DUTIES:

Perform related duties as assigned.

Knowledge and Abilities

KNOWLEDGE OF:

⢠Mission, goals and purpose of the community college.

⢠Planning, organization and direction of Educational Programs operations and activities including instructional and student support divisions, departments, programs, services, and activities. Curriculum standards, requirements, interpretation, application, development, and implementation in instructional and student support divisions, departments, programs, and services.

⢠Institutional research models and methodologies.

⢠College, State and federal standards and requirements governing Educational Programs.

⢠Legislation and educational trends pertinent to community college instructional and student support service philosophy and practice.

⢠Instructional and student development techniques and strategies related to College programs and services.

⢠Educational policy development and strategic planning in a college environment.

⢠Principles, practices, procedures, and techniques involved in the development and implementation of curriculum standards, and instructional and student development and support programs, services, plans, strategies, processes, systems, projects, courses, goals, events, and objectives leading to student success.

⢠Leadership principles and practices of administration, supervision, and training.

⢠Participatory approaches to governance.

⢠Foundational programs such as basic skills and English as a Second Language.

⢠Policies and objectives of assigned programs and activities.

⢠College District organization, operations, policies and objectives.

⢠Sound fiscal planning in the development and management of the budget maximizing human, fiscal, and physical resources. Executive Vice President-Educational Programs - Continued Page 5 March Ability to communicate effectively in writing and orally.

⢠Public relations practices, procedures, techniques, and terminology.

⢠Applicable State and federal laws, codes, regulations, policies, and procedures.

⢠Methods of respectful and sensitive communication with individuals who are diverse in their cultures, language groups, and abilities. Interpersonal skills using tact, patience, and courtesy. Operation of a computer and assigned software. Public speaking techniques.

ABILITY TO:

⢠Plan, organize, control and direct Educational Programs operations and activities including District-wide instructional and student support divisions, departments, programs, and services.

⢠Provide leadership of the highest ethics demonstrated by making principal-based decisions inspiring trust in others.

⢠Provide leadership and vision to strengthen and implement new and existing career, occupational, and transfer programs leading to certificates and degrees.

⢠Provide leadership and mentoring to academic administrators and faculty and staff leaders through activities supported by transparency and data.

⢠Exercise sound independent judgment.

⢠Coordinate and direct courses, curriculum, fiscal functions, meetings, communications, information, resources and personnel to meet student needs and enhance the educational effectiveness of the College.

⢠Supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned administrators and personnel. Foster professional growth and development of subordinate administrators and staff.

⢠Provide College-wide leadership, vision, and oversight for instructional and student support services and programs, policy development, and strategic planning.

⢠Work as an executive team member dedicated to the collaborative goal of integrating instruction and student support services to create and maintain a supportive and effective teaching and learning environment.

⢠Direct the innovation, development and implementation of instructional and student support programs, services, plans, strategies, processes, systems, projects, courses, goals, events, and objectives.

⢠Assist subordinate administrators in the identification, analysis, design and implementation of program, curriculum, student development, and policy initiatives.

⢠Direct and participate in developing and maintaining curriculum standards and best practices in student development, enhancing enrollment and meeting the educational needs and goals of students. Assure proper and timely resolution of Educational Programs and related student, staff, faculty, administrative, program and service issues, complaints, problems, and conflicts.

⢠Solve problems creatively and maintain the institutionâs commitment to an inclusive process of problem solving.

⢠Communicate effectively orally and in writing with a positive and professional demeanor, exemplifying one who is emotionally balanced, approachable, and receptive to suggestions and construction criticism. Interpret, apply and explain rules, regulations, policies and procedures.

⢠Create and maintain a high level of employee morale to achieve consensus while demonstrating an understanding of and sensitivity to the diverse academic, socioeconomic, ethnic, cultural, disability, sexual orientation, and religious backgrounds of community college students.

⢠Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with others.

⢠Operate a computer and assigned office equipment.

⢠Analyze situations accurately and adopt an effective course of action.

⢠Meet schedules and timelines. Work independently with little direction.

⢠Plan and organize work.

⢠Prepare comprehensive narrative and statistical reports.

⢠Direct the maintenance of a variety of reports, records, and files related to assigned activities.

Qualifications

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Candidates must possess the minimum qualifications for the discipline as approved by the California Community Colleges Board of Governors and defined in the Minimum Qualifications for Faculty and Administrators in California Community Colleges handbook.

The candidate must meet the following criteria:

1. Possession of a masterâs degree;Â AND

One year of formal training, internship, or leadership experience reasonably related to the administratorâs administrative assignment; OR

2. Combination of education and other accomplishments that is equivalent to the above. (If claiming equivalency, attach a separate statement that presents the basis for this claim and submit supporting evidence, e.g., transcripts, publications, and other work products.)

3. Evidence of a sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, culture, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students, faculty and staff.

If the title of your degree as stated on your transcripts does not exactly match one of the degree titles listed in the minimum qualifications, you must complete an equivalency statement and attach it in the âEquivalency fieldâ under the documents needed to apply. Degree titles that are not an exact match will not be considered outside of the equivalency process.

SBCC is committed to hiring and retaining employees who reflect the rich diversity of its student body and communities, and to equal opportunity and access in all of its employment, programs and services. SBCC is dedicated to a policy of nondiscrimination and as such, is an equal opportunity employer. Veterans and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

SBCCÂ will consider the following nine characteristics in its selection of the Executive Vice President, Educational Programs:

⢠Committed to student access, equity, inclusion, and success

The Executive Vice President is a leader whose commitment to student access, equity, inclusion, and success has been demonstrated through educational initiatives and strategies that have resulted in strengthening the learning experiences and outcomes for students.

⢠Understands and commits to Guided Pathways

The Executive Vice President is a leader who understands and is committed to the Four Pillars of Guided Pathways, moving the institution forward comprehensively in each of the pillar areas.

⢠Takes strategic risks

The Executive Vice President is a leader who is committed to identifying gaps in the institutionâs Educational Programs division and uses those results to inspire change to improve student success.

⢠Builds strong teams

The Executive Vice President is a leader who combines ethics and honesty with strong collaborative decision-making skills, and who advocates for and applies collegial consultation processes to create a common commitment to and focus on students.

⢠Establishes urgency for improvement

The Executive Vice President is a leader who works to establish and maintain a healthy sense of urgency among the Educational Programsâ faculty and staff about uniting and enhancing the collegeâs varied programs and initiatives to accomplish the common goal of improving student success.

⢠Plans lasting internal change

The Executive Vice President is a leader who ensures that the culture of Educational Programs is dedicated to studentsâ attainment of their educational goals, continuous strengthening of the teaching/learning process and student support services, and growth for students, faculty and staff.

⢠Mentors others

The Executive Vice President is a leader who initiates, advocates for, and provides ongoing professional development opportunities for Educational Programsâ academic administrators, faculty leaders, faculty, and staff.

⢠Focuses on institutional effectiveness

The Executive Vice President is a leader who ensures that the college effectively implements its planning processes for Educational Programs in alignment with college policies and accreditation standards, and relies on the routine assessment of progress and an ongoing cycle of data-informed improvement.

⢠Communicates effectively

The Executive Vice President is a visionary educational leader who possesses exceptional interpersonal, written and oral communication skills, and uses those skills to advance the collegeâs Educational Master Plan and programmatic efforts and initiatives across Educational Programs.

⢠Five years increasingly responsible experience working with college instructional programs and student support programs and services in an administrative and/or faculty leadership capacity.

⢠Earned doctorate from an accredited institution.

Salary & Personnel Benefits:

The current salary range for the Executive Vice President, Educational Programs position is Salary Table 30, Range 173, $156,714-$177,333, plus an earned doctoral bonus of $3,042.80. This position will increase one step each year and has the potential to reach the current maximum step of $190,963. Starting salary is commensurate with full-time related, paid experience. In addition to salary, each full-time employee participates in a âcafeteria styleâ Health & Welfare Benefits Program.

Application Deadline/Screening:

Completed online applications must be submitted by Monday, November 26, 2018 @ 11:59 PM PST. The anticipated start date is July 1, 2019.

Required Application Documents: (The following required documents must be submitted electronically via the online application system.)

1. Online District Application form @ https://jobs.sbcc.edu

2. A cover letter of no more than five pages that describes how you meet each of the desired characteristics described in this position announcement.

3. A current resume including educational background, professional experience, professional activities, and any other experience pertinent to this position.

4. Within the online application is a required supplemental question on diversity. The committee will be reviewing your answer as part of the screening process. Please take your time and answer the question thoroughly.

5. Copy of an unofficial college/university transcript, which verify minimum qualifications.

Transcripts must show the degree title and the date the degree was conferred or the degree will not be considered for the purpose of determining if you meet minimum qualifications. If the qualifying degree has yet to be conferred and you expect to have the degree before you begin employment, you must submit transcripts that state the title of the degree you are working toward obtaining and indicate the anticipated completion date in your response to the associated supplemental question provided during the application process. Diplomas will not be accepted in lieu of transcripts. An official copy of your transcripts will be required upon being hired. Educational Administrators will not be allowed to start working until official transcripts have been received.

6. If claiming equivalency, attach a separate statement in the âDocuments Needed To Applyâ section entitled âEquivalencyâ in the online application. The statement presents the basis for this claim and submit supporting evidence, e.g. transcripts, publications, other documents.

7. Foreign Transcript: Transcripts issued outside the United States require a course-by-course analysis with an equivalency statement from an official USA certified transcript evaluation service verifying the degree equivalency to that of an accredited institution within the USA. This report must be attached to the online application. NOTE: If you have completed coursework at a foreign institution that is not recognized as accredited by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) or the U.S. Department of Education, you must include a full evaluation of the foreign transcript with your application materials if you wish for us to consider the coursework. To search for institutions that are recognized as accredited by CHEA or the U.S. Department of Education, visit http://www.chea.org/search/search.asp or http://ope.ed.gov/accreditation/search.aspx. For a list of recognized organizations providing transcript evaluation services, visit http://www.naces.org/members.htm.

8. Letters of reference are not required for this recruitment. Please do not submit reference letters within your online application.

9. Within the online application, there is a required section to list six professional references with titles and current phone numbers (office, cell, and home numbers). References must include at least one faculty member, one classified employee and one management employee. These references will be contacted if you are selected as a finalist for the position. These references should be able to critically assess your work qualifications and job performance.

Additional Instructions:

If you experience technical difficulties attaching any of your documents electronically, please contact Human Resources for instructions. If you do not have a scanner, there are commercial facilities available to assist you with this process. All required documents must be submitted with your electronic application by the application deadline or your application will be considered incomplete and will not be considered.

Application Procedure:

To be considered for this position, a complete online application including all required application documents (listed above) must be submitted via https://jobs.sbcc.edu by the application deadline (please see instructions to applicants). It is important that the online District Application form (Item #1) be complete and specific to fully indicate education, experience and other qualifications of the applicant. âSee Resumeâ is not acceptable.

If you apply for more than one position, copies of all the required documents must be attached separately for each position. Applications and all documents submitted become the property of SBCC and are retained electronically.

Please Note: You will receive a confirmation number when your complete application has been successfully submitted online.

Selection Procedure:

Online applications will be initially reviewed by the selection committee, who will recommend candidates for personal interviews at SBCC. An in-person interview is preferred for selected applicants. After the initial interviews have been conducted, the committee will identify the candidates who are best qualified for the position. The hiring supervisor and the Superintendent/President will interview the finalists, conduct reference checks, and make the final selection recommendation to the Board of Trustees.

Please Note: Santa Barbara City College regrets that applicants cannot be reimbursed for expenses related to the application or interview process, including travel expenses.

Accommodation for Applicants with Disabilities:

If you are selected for an interview and need special services or facilities to participate in the interview, please contact Human Resources. Reasonable accommodation will be provided for applicants with disabilities who self-disclose.

General Requirements to be submitted Upon Offer of Employment:

⢠Satisfactory fingerprint report and a completed tuberculosis risk assessment.

⢠Documentation verifying identity and United States citizenship or authorization that you have the right to work in the United States permanently and do not now or in the future require sponsorship by Santa Barbara City College or other hiring institutions.

⢠Official transcripts conferring college degrees indicated on the employment application.

Working Conditions of Employment:

The work environment and physical demands described here are representative of those required by an employee to perform the essential functions of this job successfully. Â Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Environment:

Office Environment.

Frequent interruptions.

Driving a vehicle to conduct work.

Physical Demands:

Regular operation of a computer keyboard and other standard office equipment.

Reading a variety of materials.

Ability to remain in a stationary position (sitting or standing) for extended periods of time.

Communicating and expressing oneself clearly on a variety of topics in conversation with, and in presentations to, staff, students, and Board of Trustees and community members.

Hearing and speaking to exchange information.

Bending at the waist, kneeling, or crouching.

Mobility to reach various campus locations.

Reaching overhead, above the shoulders, and horizontally.

Lifting, carrying, pushing or pulling moderately heavy objects as assigned by the position.

For all openings, deadlines, and link to online application, please visit our website at: https://jobs.sbcc.edu

Santa Barbara City College,

721 Cliff Drive, Santa Barbara, CA 93109-2394

(805) 965-0581 Ext. 2258

Interviews by Invitation Only

SBCC is an equal opportunity employer committed to nondiscrimination on the basis of national origin, religion, age, gender, gender identity, gender expression, race, ethnicity, color, medical condition, genetic information, ancestry, sexual orientation, marital status, physical or mental disability, pregnancy, military and veteran status, or because he/she is perceived to have one or more of the foregoing characteristics, or based on association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics, consistent with applicable federal and state laws. Reasonable accommodation will be provided for applicants with disabilities who self-disclose.

Executive Vice President, Educational Programs

Please apply at https://jobs.sbcc.edu

A message from Dr. Anthony E. Beebe, Superintendent/President, Santa Barbara City College -

Santa Barbara City College has created a unique academic culture, which has been recognized with numerous accolades and awards. This includes the 2013 Aspen Award for Community College Excellence in, among other things, increased levels of access and success for marginalized and low-income students.

I highlight to you the profound commitment the College has to academic excellence, diversity, equity, and inclusion among our faculty, staff, and students. As a community, we believe that diversity comes in many forms. We understand that individuals are multidimensional, shaped by the intersections of a variety of life experiences and factors. We recognize and challenge the inequities that stem from the complex world in which we live and embrace the many facets of people that make up our wonderful College.

Consequently, we seek College employees who will take responsibility for equitable outcomes and successful pathways for our students. We seek staff and faculty to join our community and embrace our commitments.

Situated between the Santa Ynez Mountains and the Pacific Ocean, Santa Barbara is a coastal city of 91,000 people renowned as a cultural and educational center. Residents have access to two highly regarded educational institutions that are considered to be community gems: Santa Barbara City College and the University of California, Santa Barbara. The cityâs trademark early California architecture, abundant flora, and moderate year-round climate make for a unique and unmatched locale in which to study, work, and live.

SBCC currently serves approximately 17,500 credit and 7,200 noncredit students each semester who enroll in courses for transfer preparation, career education, and foundational skills. The collegeâs highest priority is to help students achieve their educational goals. A central component of the SBCC culture is to champion the philosophical underpinnings of student equity, educational success, goal attainment, and opportunity for all.

Thanks to support from the community through the passage of Measure V, recent capital construction projects completed on the Main Campus include the modernization of the Drama Music building, which houses the Garvin Theatre, a central hub with offerings open to the community, as well as the Humanities Building, and the West Campus Center. Plans are underway for the refurbishment of the Campus Center, an anchor point housing the Office of Student Life and co-curricular activities, along with Food Services and the Culinary Arts Program.

Vision Statement:

Santa Barbara City College strives to build a socially conscious community where knowledge and respect empower individuals to transform our world.

Mission Statement:

As a public community college dedicated to the success of each studentâ¦

Santa Barbara City College provides students a diverse learning environment that inspires curiosity and discovery, promotes global responsibility, and fosters opportunity for all.

College Facts (as of Fall 2017)

⢠Instruction, administrative, and support services are provided by 244 full-time faculty, 532 adjunct faculty, 244 School of Extended Learning faculty, and 357 full-time staff and management.

⢠Santa Barbara City College currently enrolls approximately 17,457 students, the majority of whom are from racially diverse populations as follows: African American/Black â 3.3%; American Indian/Alaskan Native â 0.4%; Asian/Filipino/Pacific Islander â 8.3%; Hispanic/Latinx â 39.8%; two or more races â 4.4%; Unknown â 1.9% and White â 41.5%.

⢠31.6% of SBCCâs students are under age 19, 32% are between the ages 20 and 24, 22% are between the ages of 25 and 39, and 14.4% are 40 or older.

⢠33.2% of SBCCâs students attend full time (12 units or more), and 66.8% of SBCC students attend part-time.

⢠In 2009, SBCC gained the status of Hispanic Serving Institution, which among other benefits, made us eligible to apply for federal grants geared toward strengthening institutional capacity and building programs to increase the success of Hispanic and other underrepresented students.

⢠The College recently adopted the Umoja program, a transfer success program geared toward African-American and other black students.

⢠The College was selected as one of the 20 statewide pilot colleges to implement âGuided Pathways.â This initiative will transform the way colleges prepare and adapt to better serve students.

⢠In 2018, Santa Barbara City College celebrates 100 years of Adult Education in the Santa Barbara community.

Located on Californiaâs picturesque south coast, Santa Barbara City College (SBCC) was established by the Santa Barbara High School District in 1909, making it one of the oldest community colleges in California. The main campus sits on a 74 acre bluff on the Santa Barbara Mesa overlooking the harbor and Pacific Ocean. The Schott and Wake campuses are located conveniently nearby in the community.

SBCC is ranked as one of the best community colleges in the nation. In 2013, the college was awarded the Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence, validating the collegeâs vision and mission:

STRENGTHS

⢠SBCC has outstanding faculty and staff, as well as a diverse and engaged student population. The collegeâs well-earned reputation for innovation and excellence has resulted in numerous awards:

⢠California Community College Board of Governors Exemplary Program Award

⢠2018 â SBCC Express to Success Program

⢠Excelencia in Education

⢠2014 - National winner for SBCC Express to Success Program (for increasing achievement for Latino students in the associate degree category)

⢠Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence, Aspen Institute

2013 - Co-winner (for outstanding student outcomes achievement in completion, learning and equity)

2011 - Top Ten Finalist

⢠California Community Colleges Chancellorâs Award for Best Practices in Student Equity

⢠2012 - SBCC Express to Success Program (accelerated curriculum primarily for underrepresented and underserved students)

⢠American Library Association

⢠2011 - Excellence in Academic Libraries' national winner in the community college category (for focus on community outreach and student learning)

⢠Academic Senate for California Community Collegesâ Exemplary Program Awards

⢠Six past program recipients

SBCCâs academic programs and student support services have earned a strong reputation in the community, region, and state, as evidenced by the myriad of awards it has received honoring the fine work of its faculty, staff, administrators, and students. The college has a well-established governance structure, as well as successful partnerships with the University of California, Santa Barbara, and California State University, Channel Islands. The college was reaccredited in 2016 through the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJC).

October 18, 2018

Application Deadline: Completed online applications must be submitted by Monday, November 26, 2018 @ 11:59 PM PST. The anticipated start date is July 1, 2019.

Essential Functions and Duties of Position

BASIC FUNCTION:

The position reports directly to the Superintendent/President and is responsible for all aspects of teaching, learning, and student support services for the institution. The Executive Vice President works collaboratively with the other members of the Presidentâs Cabinet to support and foster educational innovation, programmatic excellence, and institutional commitment to student access, equity, and success. The Executive Vice President has responsibility for the overall design, organization, delivery, supervision, fiscal management, and evaluation of academic programs and student support services, and associated planning to advance the mission of the college to improve student success and institutional effectiveness. The Executive Vice President, Educational Programs, serves as SBCCâs chief instructional and student services leader.

The successful candidate for this position will be someone who understands SBCCâs opportunities and challenges, and who has demonstrated the desired characteristics that will support and guide the college in successfully meeting those opportunities and challenges going forward.

REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES:

⢠Plan, organize, control and direct Educational Programs, operations, and activities including District-wide instructional and student services support divisions, departments, programs, services and activities; provide College-wide leadership, vision and oversight for academic and student support programs and priorities, policy development, and strategic planning; promote teaching and learning as the core function of the institution.

⢠Ensures educational programs and breadth of student support services effectively meet the educational needs of students. Serves as the collegeâs chief instructional and chief student services officer.

⢠Provide leadership and vision to strengthen existing and implement new career technical and transfer programs leading to degrees and certificates; basic skills curricula; noncredit career development and college preparation programs; and the community service lifelong learning program.

⢠Coordinate and direct courses, curriculum, student support services and programs, fiscal functions, meetings, communications, information, resources and personnel to meet student needs and enhance the educational effectiveness of the College; direct the development and implementation of instructional and student support programs and services; plans strategies, processes, systems, projects, courses, goals, events and objectives; establish, develop, implement and schedule classes and other instructional and student support program and service activities.

⢠Provide leadership, mentoring, appropriate delegation, and professional development to the Deans and department chairs. Support and foster professional growth and development of faculty. Supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned administrators and personnel; interview and select employees and recommend transfers, reassignment, termination and disciplinary actions; coordinate subordinate work assignments and review work to assure compliance with established standards, requirements, and procedures; assure employee understanding of established requirements. Oversee and participate in (as appropriate) the recruitment, selection, and development of classified and academic personnel.

⢠Provide guidance to and receive input from faculty organizations on matters relating to the instructional and student service programs; promote the inclusion of students in the participatory governance process.

⢠Direct and assist subordinate administrators in the identification, analysis, design and implementation of program, curriculum, and policy initiatives; coordinate instructional and student support programs and activities to assure compliance with established curriculum standards and requirements which will enhance teaching, learning, and student success; direct and participate in developing and maintaining curriculum standards, enhancing enrollment and meeting the educational needs and goals of students. Support and foster innovation within the educational and student support programs.

⢠Coordinate instructional and student support programs, services, communications, activities, projects, curriculum development, and information between administrators, faculty, personnel, community resources, outside organizations, students, the public and various local, State and federal agencies; assure proper and timely resolution of Educational Programs and related student, staff, faculty, administrative, program and service issues, complaints, problems and conflicts.

⢠Direct staff development functions to assure faculty understanding of curriculum standards and requirements, instructional, and student development strategies and related materials; coordinate and direct the development, implementation, and conducting of training sessions to facilitate and enhance faculty and student support staff understanding of related principles, standards, guidelines, requirements, practices, procedures, and techniques.

⢠Implement assessment, evaluation, and planning processes (i.e., program review, learning outcomes, Educational Master Plan strategic directions and goals) for the institutionâs academic and student support programs. Provide leadership in the convening, charge, and work of campus committees and task forces related to educational and student support programs.

⢠Coordinate, attend, conduct, and chair various meetings, committees, councils, teams, conferences, and special events as assigned; prepare and deliver oral presentations concerning instructional and student support operations, activities, programs, services, and courses; prepare agenda items as needed; attend and participate in collective bargaining sessions and negotiations as directed.

⢠Develop and prepare the annual preliminary budget for Educational Programs; analyze and review budgetary and financial data; control and authorize expenditures in accordance with established limitations; direct financial functions to assure fiscal accountability and solvency; evaluate enrollment data to determine appropriate spending priorities; direct and participate in researching, obtaining and maintaining grants and other funding sources; prepare related proposals and documents. Provide sound fiscal planning and oversight in the development and management of the instructional and student services budgets and assume overall responsibility for effective resource allocations in support of the institutionâs mission and Educational Master Plan. Provide leadership in the planning and implementation of categorically funded initiatives. Provide leadership in the planning and implementation of externally funded grant programs. Monitor and analyze instructional and student support operations and activities for educational and financial effectiveness and operational efficiency; direct the research, development and implementation of standards, programs, services, policies, systems, and procedures to meet student needs and enhance the educational and financial effectiveness and operational efficiency of instructional and student support operations and activities.

⢠Research, compile and analyze student, enrollment, class, attendance, and other instructional information and data; direct and participate in the preparation and maintenance of a variety of records, reports and files related to programs, services, personnel, students, accountability, attendance, budgets, financial activity and assigned duties; assure mandated reports are submitted to appropriate local, state or federal agency according to established timelines.

⢠Assure adequate resources and personnel to meet the instructional and student support needs of the College; direct the procurement and purchasing of needed supplies and equipment; initiate personnel transactions such as hiring activities as appropriate.

⢠Direct consultation and advisement services concerning Educational Programs; advise and assure students, personnel, administrators, outside agencies, and the public are provided with technical, accurate and timely assistance and information concerning related programs, services, divisions, departments, courses, curriculum, schedules, timelines, standards, requirements, goals, objectives, services, timelines, processes, laws, codes, regulations, policies, and procedures.

⢠Establish and maintain instructional and student support program and service timelines and priorities; assure related activities comply with established college, state and federal standards, requirements, laws, codes, rules, regulations, policies and procedures. Ensure compliance with all state and federal laws and regulations (including Education Code and Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations), accreditation standards, district policies, grant requirements, and collective bargaining agreements.

⢠Plan and direct effective instructional programming including room utilization, instructor load, student enrollment, retention, and completion. Develop enrollment management strategies aligned with the goals of the institution.

⢠Supervise the publication of the collegeâs schedule of classes, catalog, and instructional and student support services information content of the college website.

⢠Maintain currency in educational and student support research and emerging trends and effective practices, and local, state and federal programs, laws, codes, regulations, and pending legislature related to instructional and student support program and service operations and activities; oversee the modification of programs, services, policies, and procedures to meet State and federal requirements as needed.

⢠Establish and maintain productive liaisons with local high school districts, business and community representatives and organizations, and regional four-year institutions, as participants in the planning, development, and modification of curriculum and programs. Communicate with administrators, personnel and outside organizations to exchange information, coordinate activities and programs and resolve issues or concerns.

⢠Provide technical information and assistance to the Superintendent/President regarding instructional and student support divisions, departments, programs, services, activities, needs, and issues; assist in the formulation and development of policies, procedures, and programs; collaborate with other administrators in identifying classes appropriate for transferring to credit mode.

⢠Operate a variety of office equipment including a computer and assigned software; drive a vehicle to conduct work; oversee and assure proper development, maintenance and modification of instructional and student support computer systems.

⢠Serve as the acting President in the absence of the administrator as directed

OTHER DUTIES:

Perform related duties as assigned.

Knowledge and Abilities

KNOWLEDGE OF:

⢠Mission, goals and purpose of the community college.

⢠Planning, organization and direction of Educational Programs operations and activities including instructional and student support divisions, departments, programs, services, and activities. Curriculum standards, requirements, interpretation, application, development, and implementation in instructional and student support divisions, departments, programs, and services.

⢠Institutional research models and methodologies.

⢠College, State and federal standards and requirements governing Educational Programs.

⢠Legislation and educational trends pertinent to community college instructional and student support service philosophy and practice.

⢠Instructional and student development techniques and strategies related to College programs and services.

⢠Educational policy development and strategic planning in a college environment.

⢠Principles, practices, procedures, and techniques involved in the development and implementation of curriculum standards, and instructional and student development and support programs, services, plans, strategies, processes, systems, projects, courses, goals, events, and objectives leading to student success.

⢠Leadership principles and practices of administration, supervision, and training.

⢠Participatory approaches to governance.

⢠Foundational programs such as basic skills and English as a Second Language.

⢠Policies and objectives of assigned programs and activities.

⢠College District organization, operations, policies and objectives.

⢠Sound fiscal planning in the development and management of the budget maximizing human, fiscal, and physical resources. Executive Vice President-Educational Programs - Continued Page 5 March Ability to communicate effectively in writing and orally.

⢠Public relations practices, procedures, techniques, and terminology.

⢠Applicable State and federal laws, codes, regulations, policies, and procedures.

⢠Methods of respectful and sensitive communication with individuals who are diverse in their cultures, language groups, and abilities. Interpersonal skills using tact, patience, and courtesy. Operation of a computer and assigned software. Public speaking techniques.

ABILITY TO:

⢠Plan, organize, control and direct Educational Programs operations and activities including District-wide instructional and student support divisions, departments, programs, and services.

⢠Provide leadership of the highest ethics demonstrated by making principal-based decisions inspiring trust in others.

⢠Provide leadership and vision to strengthen and implement new and existing career, occupational, and transfer programs leading to certificates and degrees.

⢠Provide leadership and mentoring to academic administrators and faculty and staff leaders through activities supported by transparency and data.

⢠Exercise sound independent judgment.

⢠Coordinate and direct courses, curriculum, fiscal functions, meetings, communications, information, resources and personnel to meet student needs and enhance the educational effectiveness of the College.

⢠Supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned administrators and personnel. Foster professional growth and development of subordinate administrators and staff.

⢠Provide College-wide leadership, vision, and oversight for instructional and student support services and programs, policy development, and strategic planning.

⢠Work as an executive team member dedicated to the collaborative goal of integrating instruction and student support services to create and maintain a supportive and effective teaching and learning environment.

⢠Direct the innovation, development and implementation of instructional and student support programs, services, plans, strategies, processes, systems, projects, courses, goals, events, and objectives.

⢠Assist subordinate administrators in the identification, analysis, design and implementation of program, curriculum, student development, and policy initiatives.

⢠Direct and participate in developing and maintaining curriculum standards and best practices in student development, enhancing enrollment and meeting the educational needs and goals of students. Assure proper and timely resolution of Educational Programs and related student, staff, faculty, administrative, program and service issues, complaints, problems, and conflicts.

⢠Solve problems creatively and maintain the institutionâs commitment to an inclusive process of problem solving.

⢠Communicate effectively orally and in writing with a positive and professional demeanor, exemplifying one who is emotionally balanced, approachable, and receptive to suggestions and construction criticism. Interpret, apply and explain rules, regulations, policies and procedures.

⢠Create and maintain a high level of employee morale to achieve consensus while demonstrating an understanding of and sensitivity to the diverse academic, socioeconomic, ethnic, cultural, disability, sexual orientation, and religious backgrounds of community college students.

⢠Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with others.

⢠Operate a computer and assigned office equipment.

⢠Analyze situations accurately and adopt an effective course of action.

⢠Meet schedules and timelines. Work independently with little direction.

⢠Plan and organize work.

⢠Prepare comprehensive narrative and statistical reports.

⢠Direct the maintenance of a variety of reports, records, and files related to assigned activities.

Qualifications

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Candidates must possess the minimum qualifications for the discipline as approved by the California Community Colleges Board of Governors and defined in the Minimum Qualifications for Faculty and Administrators in California Community Colleges handbook.

The candidate must meet the following criteria:

1. Possession of a masterâs degree;Â AND

One year of formal training, internship, or leadership experience reasonably related to the administratorâs administrative assignment; OR

2. Combination of education and other accomplishments that is equivalent to the above. (If claiming equivalency, attach a separate statement that presents the basis for this claim and submit supporting evidence, e.g., transcripts, publications, and other work products.)

3. Evidence of a sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, culture, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students, faculty and staff.

If the title of your degree as stated on your transcripts does not exactly match one of the degree titles listed in the minimum qualifications, you must complete an equivalency statement and attach it in the âEquivalency fieldâ under the documents needed to apply. Degree titles that are not an exact match will not be considered outside of the equivalency process.

SBCC is committed to hiring and retaining employees who reflect the rich diversity of its student body and communities, and to equal opportunity and access in all of its employment, programs and services. SBCC is dedicated to a policy of nondiscrimination and as such, is an equal opportunity employer. Veterans and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

SBCCÂ will consider the following nine characteristics in its selection of the Executive Vice President, Educational Programs:

⢠Committed to student access, equity, inclusion, and success

The Executive Vice President is a leader whose commitment to student access, equity, inclusion, and success has been demonstrated through educational initiatives and strategies that have resulted in strengthening the learning experiences and outcomes for students.

⢠Understands and commits to Guided Pathways

The Executive Vice President is a leader who understands and is committed to the Four Pillars of Guided Pathways, moving the institution forward comprehensively in each of the pillar areas.

⢠Takes strategic risks

The Executive Vice President is a leader who is committed to identifying gaps in the institutionâs Educational Programs division and uses those results to inspire change to improve student success.

⢠Builds strong teams

The Executive Vice President is a leader who combines ethics and honesty with strong collaborative decision-making skills, and who advocates for and applies collegial consultation processes to create a common commitment to and focus on students.

⢠Establishes urgency for improvement

The Executive Vice President is a leader who works to establish and maintain a healthy sense of urgency among the Educational Programsâ faculty and staff about uniting and enhancing the collegeâs varied programs and initiatives to accomplish the common goal of improving student success.

⢠Plans lasting internal change

The Executive Vice President is a leader who ensures that the culture of Educational Programs is dedicated to studentsâ attainment of their educational goals, continuous strengthening of the teaching/learning process and student support services, and growth for students, faculty and staff.

⢠Mentors others

The Executive Vice President is a leader who initiates, advocates for, and provides ongoing professional development opportunities for Educational Programsâ academic administrators, faculty leaders, faculty, and staff.

⢠Focuses on institutional effectiveness

The Executive Vice President is a leader who ensures that the college effectively implements its planning processes for Educational Programs in alignment with college policies and accreditation standards, and relies on the routine assessment of progress and an ongoing cycle of data-informed improvement.

⢠Communicates effectively

The Executive Vice President is a visionary educational leader who possesses exceptional interpersonal, written and oral communication skills, and uses those skills to advance the collegeâs Educational Master Plan and programmatic efforts and initiatives across Educational Programs.

⢠Five years increasingly responsible experience working with college instructional programs and student support programs and services in an administrative and/or faculty leadership capacity.

⢠Earned doctorate from an accredited institution.

Salary & Personnel Benefits:

The current salary range for the Executive Vice President, Educational Programs position is Salary Table 30, Range 173, $156,714-$177,333, plus an earned doctoral bonus of $3,042.80. This position will increase one step each year and has the potential to reach the current maximum step of $190,963. Starting salary is commensurate with full-time related, paid experience. In addition to salary, each full-time employee participates in a âcafeteria styleâ Health & Welfare Benefits Program.

Application Deadline/Screening:

Completed online applications must be submitted by Monday, November 26, 2018 @ 11:59 PM PST. The anticipated start date is July 1, 2019.

Required Application Documents: (The following required documents must be submitted electronically via the online application system.)

1. Online District Application form @ https://jobs.sbcc.edu

2. A cover letter of no more than five pages that describes how you meet each of the desired characteristics described in this position announcement.

3. A current resume including educational background, professional experience, professional activities, and any other experience pertinent to this position.

4. Within the online application is a required supplemental question on diversity. The committee will be reviewing your answer as part of the screening process. Please take your time and answer the question thoroughly.

5. Copy of an unofficial college/university transcript, which verify minimum qualifications.

Transcripts must show the degree title and the date the degree was conferred or the degree will not be considered for the purpose of determining if you meet minimum qualifications. If the qualifying degree has yet to be conferred and you expect to have the degree before you begin employment, you must submit transcripts that state the title of the degree you are working toward obtaining and indicate the anticipated completion date in your response to the associated supplemental question provided during the application process. Diplomas will not be accepted in lieu of transcripts. An official copy of your transcripts will be required upon being hired. Educational Administrators will not be allowed to start working until official transcripts have been received.

6. If claiming equivalency, attach a separate statement in the âDocuments Needed To Applyâ section entitled âEquivalencyâ in the online application. The statement presents the basis for this claim and submit supporting evidence, e.g. transcripts, publications, other documents.

7. Foreign Transcript: Transcripts issued outside the United States require a course-by-course analysis with an equivalency statement from an official USA certified transcript evaluation service verifying the degree equivalency to that of an accredited institution within the USA. This report must be attached to the online application. NOTE: If you have completed coursework at a foreign institution that is not recognized as accredited by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) or the U.S. Department of Education, you must include a full evaluation of the foreign transcript with your application materials if you wish for us to consider the coursework. To search for institutions that are recognized as accredited by CHEA or the U.S. Department of Education, visit http://www.chea.org/search/search.asp or http://ope.ed.gov/accreditation/search.aspx. For a list of recognized organizations providing transcript evaluation services, visit http://www.naces.org/members.htm.

8. Letters of reference are not required for this recruitment. Please do not submit reference letters within your online application.

9. Within the online application, there is a required section to list six professional references with titles and current phone numbers (office, cell, and home numbers). References must include at least one faculty member, one classified employee and one management employee. These references will be contacted if you are selected as a finalist for the position. These references should be able to critically assess your work qualifications and job performance.

Additional Instructions:

If you experience technical difficulties attaching any of your documents electronically, please contact Human Resources for instructions. If you do not have a scanner, there are commercial facilities available to assist you with this process. All required documents must be submitted with your electronic application by the application deadline or your application will be considered incomplete and will not be considered.

Application Procedure:

To be considered for this position, a complete online application including all required application documents (listed above) must be submitted via https://jobs.sbcc.edu by the application deadline (please see instructions to applicants). It is important that the online District Application form (Item #1) be complete and specific to fully indicate education, experience and other qualifications of the applicant. âSee Resumeâ is not acceptable.

If you apply for more than one position, copies of all the required documents must be attached separately for each position. Applications and all documents submitted become the property of SBCC and are retained electronically.

Please Note: You will receive a confirmation number when your complete application has been successfully submitted online.

Selection Procedure:

Online applications will be initially reviewed by the selection committee, who will recommend candidates for personal interviews at SBCC. An in-person interview is preferred for selected applicants. After the initial interviews have been conducted, the committee will identify the candidates who are best qualified for the position. The hiring supervisor and the Superintendent/President will interview the finalists, conduct reference checks, and make the final selection recommendation to the Board of Trustees.

Please Note: Santa Barbara City College regrets that applicants cannot be reimbursed for expenses related to the application or interview process, including travel expenses.

Accommodation for Applicants with Disabilities:

If you are selected for an interview and need special services or facilities to participate in the interview, please contact Human Resources. Reasonable accommodation will be provided for applicants with disabilities who self-disclose.

General Requirements to be submitted Upon Offer of Employment:

⢠Satisfactory fingerprint report and a completed tuberculosis risk assessment.

⢠Documentation verifying identity and United States citizenship or authorization that you have the right to work in the United States permanently and do not now or in the future require sponsorship by Santa Barbara City College or other hiring institutions.

⢠Official transcripts conferring college degrees indicated on the employment application.

Working Conditions of Employment:

The work environment and physical demands described here are representative of those required by an employee to perform the essential functions of this job successfully. Â Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Environment:

Office Environment.

Frequent interruptions.

Driving a vehicle to conduct work.

Physical Demands:

Regular operation of a computer keyboard and other standard office equipment.

Reading a variety of materials.

Ability to remain in a stationary position (sitting or standing) for extended periods of time.

Communicating and expressing oneself clearly on a variety of topics in conversation with, and in presentations to, staff, students, and Board of Trustees and community members.

Hearing and speaking to exchange information.

Bending at the waist, kneeling, or crouching.

Mobility to reach various campus locations.

Reaching overhead, above the shoulders, and horizontally.

Lifting, carrying, pushing or pulling moderately heavy objects as assigned by the position.

For all openings, deadlines, and link to online application, please visit our website at: https://jobs.sbcc.edu

Santa Barbara City College,

721 Cliff Drive, Santa Barbara, CA 93109-2394

(805) 965-0581 Ext. 2258

Interviews by Invitation Only

SBCC is an equal opportunity employer committed to nondiscrimination on the basis of national origin, religion, age, gender, gender identity, gender expression, race, ethnicity, color, medical condition, genetic information, ancestry, sexual orientation, marital status, physical or mental disability, pregnancy, military and veteran status, or because he/she is perceived to have one or more of the foregoing characteristics, or based on association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics, consistent with applicable federal and state laws. Reasonable accommodation will be provided for applicants with disabilities who self-disclose.

Executive Vice President, Educational Programs

Please apply at https://jobs.sbcc.edu

A message from Dr. Anthony E. Beebe, Superintendent/President, Santa Barbara City College -

Santa Barbara City College has created a unique academic culture, which has been recognized with numerous accolades and awards. This includes the 2013 Aspen Award for Community College Excellence in, among other things, increased levels of access and success for marginalized and low-income students.

I highlight to you the profound commitment the College has to academic excellence, diversity, equity, and inclusion among our faculty, staff, and students. As a community, we believe that diversity comes in many forms. We understand that individuals are multidimensional, shaped by the intersections of a variety of life experiences and factors. We recognize and challenge the inequities that stem from the complex world in which we live and embrace the many facets of people that make up our wonderful College.

Consequently, we seek College employees who will take responsibility for equitable outcomes and successful pathways for our students. We seek staff and faculty to join our community and embrace our commitments.

Situated between the Santa Ynez Mountains and the Pacific Ocean, Santa Barbara is a coastal city of 91,000 people renowned as a cultural and educational center. Residents have access to two highly regarded educational institutions that are considered to be community gems: Santa Barbara City College and the University of California, Santa Barbara. The cityâs trademark early California architecture, abundant flora, and moderate year-round climate make for a unique and unmatched locale in which to study, work, and live.

SBCC currently serves approximately 17,500 credit and 7,200 noncredit students each semester who enroll in courses for transfer preparation, career education, and foundational skills. The collegeâs highest priority is to help students achieve their educational goals. A central component of the SBCC culture is to champion the philosophical underpinnings of student equity, educational success, goal attainment, and opportunity for all.

Thanks to support from the community through the passage of Measure V, recent capital construction projects completed on the Main Campus include the modernization of the Drama Music building, which houses the Garvin Theatre, a central hub with offerings open to the community, as well as the Humanities Building, and the West Campus Center. Plans are underway for the refurbishment of the Campus Center, an anchor point housing the Office of Student Life and co-curricular activities, along with Food Services and the Culinary Arts Program.

Vision Statement:

Santa Barbara City College strives to build a socially conscious community where knowledge and respect empower individuals to transform our world.

Mission Statement:

As a public community college dedicated to the success of each studentâ¦

Santa Barbara City College provides students a diverse learning environment that inspires curiosity and discovery, promotes global responsibility, and fosters opportunity for all.

College Facts (as of Fall 2017)

⢠Instruction, administrative, and support services are provided by 244 full-time faculty, 532 adjunct faculty, 244 School of Extended Learning faculty, and 357 full-time staff and management.

⢠Santa Barbara City College currently enrolls approximately 17,457 students, the majority of whom are from racially diverse populations as follows: African American/Black â 3.3%; American Indian/Alaskan Native â 0.4%; Asian/Filipino/Pacific Islander â 8.3%; Hispanic/Latinx â 39.8%; two or more races â 4.4%; Unknown â 1.9% and White â 41.5%.

⢠31.6% of SBCCâs students are under age 19, 32% are between the ages 20 and 24, 22% are between the ages of 25 and 39, and 14.4% are 40 or older.

⢠33.2% of SBCCâs students attend full time (12 units or more), and 66.8% of SBCC students attend part-time.

⢠In 2009, SBCC gained the status of Hispanic Serving Institution, which among other benefits, made us eligible to apply for federal grants geared toward strengthening institutional capacity and building programs to increase the success of Hispanic and other underrepresented students.

⢠The College recently adopted the Umoja program, a transfer success program geared toward African-American and other black students.

⢠The College was selected as one of the 20 statewide pilot colleges to implement âGuided Pathways.â This initiative will transform the way colleges prepare and adapt to better serve students.

⢠In 2018, Santa Barbara City College celebrates 100 years of Adult Education in the Santa Barbara community.

Located on Californiaâs picturesque south coast, Santa Barbara City College (SBCC) was established by the Santa Barbara High School District in 1909, making it one of the oldest community colleges in California. The main campus sits on a 74 acre bluff on the Santa Barbara Mesa overlooking the harbor and Pacific Ocean. The Schott and Wake campuses are located conveniently nearby in the community.

SBCC is ranked as one of the best community colleges in the nation. In 2013, the college was awarded the Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence, validating the collegeâs vision and mission:

STRENGTHS

⢠SBCC has outstanding faculty and staff, as well as a diverse and engaged student population. The collegeâs well-earned reputation for innovation and excellence has resulted in numerous awards:

⢠California Community College Board of Governors Exemplary Program Award

⢠2018 â SBCC Express to Success Program

⢠Excelencia in Education

⢠2014 - National winner for SBCC Express to Success Program (for increasing achievement for Latino students in the associate degree category)

⢠Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence, Aspen Institute

2013 - Co-winner (for outstanding student outcomes achievement in completion, learning and equity)

2011 - Top Ten Finalist

⢠California Community Colleges Chancellorâs Award for Best Practices in Student Equity

⢠2012 - SBCC Express to Success Program (accelerated curriculum primarily for underrepresented and underserved students)

⢠American Library Association

⢠2011 - Excellence in Academic Libraries' national winner in the community college category (for focus on community outreach and student learning)

⢠Academic Senate for California Community Collegesâ Exemplary Program Awards

⢠Six past program recipients

SBCCâs academic programs and student support services have earned a strong reputation in the community, region, and state, as evidenced by the myriad of awards it has received honoring the fine work of its faculty, staff, administrators, and students. The college has a well-established governance structure, as well as successful partnerships with the University of California, Santa Barbara, and California State University, Channel Islands. The college was reaccredited in 2016 through the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJC).

October 18, 2018

Application Deadline: Completed online applications must be submitted by Monday, November 26, 2018 @ 11:59 PM PST. The anticipated start date is July 1, 2019.

Essential Functions and Duties of Position

BASIC FUNCTION:

The position reports directly to the Superintendent/President and is responsible for all aspects of teaching, learning, and student support services for the institution. The Executive Vice President works collaboratively with the other members of the Presidentâs Cabinet to support and foster educational innovation, programmatic excellence, and institutional commitment to student access, equity, and success. The Executive Vice President has responsibility for the overall design, organization, delivery, supervision, fiscal management, and evaluation of academic programs and student support services, and associated planning to advance the mission of the college to improve student success and institutional effectiveness. The Executive Vice President, Educational Programs, serves as SBCCâs chief instructional and student services leader.

The successful candidate for this position will be someone who understands SBCCâs opportunities and challenges, and who has demonstrated the desired characteristics that will support and guide the college in successfully meeting those opportunities and challenges going forward.

REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES:

⢠Plan, organize, control and direct Educational Programs, operations, and activities including District-wide instructional and student services support divisions, departments, programs, services and activities; provide College-wide leadership, vision and oversight for academic and student support programs and priorities, policy development, and strategic planning; promote teaching and learning as the core function of the institution.

⢠Ensures educational programs and breadth of student support services effectively meet the educational needs of students. Serves as the collegeâs chief instructional and chief student services officer.

⢠Provide leadership and vision to strengthen existing and implement new career technical and transfer programs leading to degrees and certificates; basic skills curricula; noncredit career development and college preparation programs; and the community service lifelong learning program.

⢠Coordinate and direct courses, curriculum, student support services and programs, fiscal functions, meetings, communications, information, resources and personnel to meet student needs and enhance the educational effectiveness of the College; direct the development and implementation of instructional and student support programs and services; plans strategies, processes, systems, projects, courses, goals, events and objectives; establish, develop, implement and schedule classes and other instructional and student support program and service activities.

⢠Provide leadership, mentoring, appropriate delegation, and professional development to the Deans and department chairs. Support and foster professional growth and development of faculty. Supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned administrators and personnel; interview and select employees and recommend transfers, reassignment, termination and disciplinary actions; coordinate subordinate work assignments and review work to assure compliance with established standards, requirements, and procedures; assure employee understanding of established requirements. Oversee and participate in (as appropriate) the recruitment, selection, and development of classified and academic personnel.

⢠Provide guidance to and receive input from faculty organizations on matters relating to the instructional and student service programs; promote the inclusion of students in the participatory governance process.

⢠Direct and assist subordinate administrators in the identification, analysis, design and implementation of program, curriculum, and policy initiatives; coordinate instructional and student support programs and activities to assure compliance with established curriculum standards and requirements which will enhance teaching, learning, and student success; direct and participate in developing and maintaining curriculum standards, enhancing enrollment and meeting the educational needs and goals of students. Support and foster innovation within the educational and student support programs.

⢠Coordinate instructional and student support programs, services, communications, activities, projects, curriculum development, and information between administrators, faculty, personnel, community resources, outside organizations, students, the public and various local, State and federal agencies; assure proper and timely resolution of Educational Programs and related student, staff, faculty, administrative, program and service issues, complaints, problems and conflicts.

⢠Direct staff development functions to assure faculty understanding of curriculum standards and requirements, instructional, and student development strategies and related materials; coordinate and direct the development, implementation, and conducting of training sessions to facilitate and enhance faculty and student support staff understanding of related principles, standards, guidelines, requirements, practices, procedures, and techniques.

⢠Implement assessment, evaluation, and planning processes (i.e., program review, learning outcomes, Educational Master Plan strategic directions and goals) for the institutionâs academic and student support programs. Provide leadership in the convening, charge, and work of campus committees and task forces related to educational and student support programs.

⢠Coordinate, attend, conduct, and chair various meetings, committees, councils, teams, conferences, and special events as assigned; prepare and deliver oral presentations concerning instructional and student support operations, activities, programs, services, and courses; prepare agenda items as needed; attend and participate in collective bargaining sessions and negotiations as directed.

⢠Develop and prepare the annual preliminary budget for Educational Programs; analyze and review budgetary and financial data; control and authorize expenditures in accordance with established limitations; direct financial functions to assure fiscal accountability and solvency; evaluate enrollment data to determine appropriate spending priorities; direct and participate in researching, obtaining and maintaining grants and other funding sources; prepare related proposals and documents. Provide sound fiscal planning and oversight in the development and management of the instructional and student services budgets and assume overall responsibility for effective resource allocations in support of the institutionâs mission and Educational Master Plan. Provide leadership in the planning and implementation of categorically funded initiatives. Provide leadership in the planning and implementation of externally funded grant programs. Monitor and analyze instructional and student support operations and activities for educational and financial effectiveness and operational efficiency; direct the research, development and implementation of standards, programs, services, policies, systems, and procedures to meet student needs and enhance the educational and financial effectiveness and operational efficiency of instructional and student support operations and activities.

⢠Research, compile and analyze student, enrollment, class, attendance, and other instructional information and data; direct and participate in the preparation and maintenance of a variety of records, reports and files related to programs, services, personnel, students, accountability, attendance, budgets, financial activity and assigned duties; assure mandated reports are submitted to appropriate local, state or federal agency according to established timelines.

⢠Assure adequate resources and personnel to meet the instructional and student support needs of the College; direct the procurement and purchasing of needed supplies and equipment; initiate personnel transactions such as hiring activities as appropriate.

⢠Direct consultation and advisement services concerning Educational Programs; advise and assure students, personnel, administrators, outside agencies, and the public are provided with technical, accurate and timely assistance and information concerning related programs, services, divisions, departments, courses, curriculum, schedules, timelines, standards, requirements, goals, objectives, services, timelines, processes, laws, codes, regulations, policies, and procedures.

⢠Establish and maintain instructional and student support program and service timelines and priorities; assure related activities comply with established college, state and federal standards, requirements, laws, codes, rules, regulations, policies and procedures. Ensure compliance with all state and federal laws and regulations (including Education Code and Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations), accreditation standards, district policies, grant requirements, and collective bargaining agreements.

⢠Plan and direct effective instructional programming including room utilization, instructor load, student enrollment, retention, and completion. Develop enrollment management strategies aligned with the goals of the institution.

⢠Supervise the publication of the collegeâs schedule of classes, catalog, and instructional and student support services information content of the college website.

⢠Maintain currency in educational and student support research and emerging trends and effective practices, and local, state and federal programs, laws, codes, regulations, and pending legislature related to instructional and student support program and service operations and activities; oversee the modification of programs, services, policies, and procedures to meet State and federal requirements as needed.

⢠Establish and maintain productive liaisons with local high school districts, business and community representatives and organizations, and regional four-year institutions, as participants in the planning, development, and modification of curriculum and programs. Communicate with administrators, personnel and outside organizations to exchange information, coordinate activities and programs and resolve issues or concerns.

⢠Provide technical information and assistance to the Superintendent/President regarding instructional and student support divisions, departments, programs, services, activities, needs, and issues; assist in the formulation and development of policies, procedures, and programs; collaborate with other administrators in identifying classes appropriate for transferring to credit mode.

⢠Operate a variety of office equipment including a computer and assigned software; drive a vehicle to conduct work; oversee and assure proper development, maintenance and modification of instructional and student support computer systems.

⢠Serve as the acting President in the absence of the administrator as directed

OTHER DUTIES:

Perform related duties as assigned.

Knowledge and Abilities

KNOWLEDGE OF:

⢠Mission, goals and purpose of the community college.

⢠Planning, organization and direction of Educational Programs operations and activities including instructional and student support divisions, departments, programs, services, and activities. Curriculum standards, requirements, interpretation, application, development, and implementation in instructional and student support divisions, departments, programs, and services.

⢠Institutional research models and methodologies.

⢠College, State and federal standards and requirements governing Educational Programs.

⢠Legislation and educational trends pertinent to community college instructional and student support service philosophy and practice.

⢠Instructional and student development techniques and strategies related to College programs and services.

⢠Educational policy development and strategic planning in a college environment.

⢠Principles, practices, procedures, and techniques involved in the development and implementation of curriculum standards, and instructional and student development and support programs, services, plans, strategies, processes, systems, projects, courses, goals, events, and objectives leading to student success.

⢠Leadership principles and practices of administration, supervision, and training.

⢠Participatory approaches to governance.

⢠Foundational programs such as basic skills and English as a Second Language.

⢠Policies and objectives of assigned programs and activities.

⢠College District organization, operations, policies and objectives.

⢠Sound fiscal planning in the development and management of the budget maximizing human, fiscal, and physical resources. Executive Vice President-Educational Programs - Continued Page 5 March Ability to communicate effectively in writing and orally.

⢠Public relations practices, procedures, techniques, and terminology.

⢠Applicable State and federal laws, codes, regulations, policies, and procedures.

⢠Methods of respectful and sensitive communication with individuals who are diverse in their cultures, language groups, and abilities. Interpersonal skills using tact, patience, and courtesy. Operation of a computer and assigned software. Public speaking techniques.

ABILITY TO:

⢠Plan, organize, control and direct Educational Programs operations and activities including District-wide instructional and student support divisions, departments, programs, and services.

⢠Provide leadership of the highest ethics demonstrated by making principal-based decisions inspiring trust in others.

⢠Provide leadership and vision to strengthen and implement new and existing career, occupational, and transfer programs leading to certificates and degrees.

⢠Provide leadership and mentoring to academic administrators and faculty and staff leaders through activities supported by transparency and data.

⢠Exercise sound independent judgment.

⢠Coordinate and direct courses, curriculum, fiscal functions, meetings, communications, information, resources and personnel to meet student needs and enhance the educational effectiveness of the College.

⢠Supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned administrators and personnel. Foster professional growth and development of subordinate administrators and staff.

⢠Provide College-wide leadership, vision, and oversight for instructional and student support services and programs, policy development, and strategic planning.

⢠Work as an executive team member dedicated to the collaborative goal of integrating instruction and student support services to create and maintain a supportive and effective teaching and learning environment.

⢠Direct the innovation, development and implementation of instructional and student support programs, services, plans, strategies, processes, systems, projects, courses, goals, events, and objectives.

⢠Assist subordinate administrators in the identification, analysis, design and implementation of program, curriculum, student development, and policy initiatives.

⢠Direct and participate in developing and maintaining curriculum standards and best practices in student development, enhancing enrollment and meeting the educational needs and goals of students. Assure proper and timely resolution of Educational Programs and related student, staff, faculty, administrative, program and service issues, complaints, problems, and conflicts.

⢠Solve problems creatively and maintain the institutionâs commitment to an inclusive process of problem solving.

⢠Communicate effectively orally and in writing with a positive and professional demeanor, exemplifying one who is emotionally balanced, approachable, and receptive to suggestions and construction criticism. Interpret, apply and explain rules, regulations, policies and procedures.

⢠Create and maintain a high level of employee morale to achieve consensus while demonstrating an understanding of and sensitivity to the diverse academic, socioeconomic, ethnic, cultural, disability, sexual orientation, and religious backgrounds of community college students.

⢠Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with others.

⢠Operate a computer and assigned office equipment.

⢠Analyze situations accurately and adopt an effective course of action.

⢠Meet schedules and timelines. Work independently with little direction.

⢠Plan and organize work.

⢠Prepare comprehensive narrative and statistical reports.

⢠Direct the maintenance of a variety of reports, records, and files related to assigned activities.

Qualifications

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Candidates must possess the minimum qualifications for the discipline as approved by the California Community Colleges Board of Governors and defined in the Minimum Qualifications for Faculty and Administrators in California Community Colleges handbook.

The candidate must meet the following criteria:

1. Possession of a masterâs degree;Â AND

One year of formal training, internship, or leadership experience reasonably related to the administratorâs administrative assignment; OR

2. Combination of education and other accomplishments that is equivalent to the above. (If claiming equivalency, attach a separate statement that presents the basis for this claim and submit supporting evidence, e.g., transcripts, publications, and other work products.)

3. Evidence of a sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, culture, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students, faculty and staff.

If the title of your degree as stated on your transcripts does not exactly match one of the degree titles listed in the minimum qualifications, you must complete an equivalency statement and attach it in the âEquivalency fieldâ under the documents needed to apply. Degree titles that are not an exact match will not be considered outside of the equivalency process.

SBCC is committed to hiring and retaining employees who reflect the rich diversity of its student body and communities, and to equal opportunity and access in all of its employment, programs and services. SBCC is dedicated to a policy of nondiscrimination and as such, is an equal opportunity employer. Veterans and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

SBCCÂ will consider the following nine characteristics in its selection of the Executive Vice President, Educational Programs:

⢠Committed to student access, equity, inclusion, and success

The Executive Vice President is a leader whose commitment to student access, equity, inclusion, and success has been demonstrated through educational initiatives and strategies that have resulted in strengthening the learning experiences and outcomes for students.

⢠Understands and commits to Guided Pathways

The Executive Vice President is a leader who understands and is committed to the Four Pillars of Guided Pathways, moving the institution forward comprehensively in each of the pillar areas.

⢠Takes strategic risks

The Executive Vice President is a leader who is committed to identifying gaps in the institutionâs Educational Programs division and uses those results to inspire change to improve student success.

⢠Builds strong teams

The Executive Vice President is a leader who combines ethics and honesty with strong collaborative decision-making skills, and who advocates for and applies collegial consultation processes to create a common commitment to and focus on students.

⢠Establishes urgency for improvement

The Executive Vice President is a leader who works to establish and maintain a healthy sense of urgency among the Educational Programsâ faculty and staff about uniting and enhancing the collegeâs varied programs and initiatives to accomplish the common goal of improving student success.

⢠Plans lasting internal change

The Executive Vice President is a leader who ensures that the culture of Educational Programs is dedicated to studentsâ attainment of their educational goals, continuous strengthening of the teaching/learning process and student support services, and growth for students, faculty and staff.

⢠Mentors others

The Executive Vice President is a leader who initiates, advocates for, and provides ongoing professional development opportunities for Educational Programsâ academic administrators, faculty leaders, faculty, and staff.

⢠Focuses on institutional effectiveness

The Executive Vice President is a leader who ensures that the college effectively implements its planning processes for Educational Programs in alignment with college policies and accreditation standards, and relies on the routine assessment of progress and an ongoing cycle of data-informed improvement.

⢠Communicates effectively

The Executive Vice President is a visionary educational leader who possesses exceptional interpersonal, written and oral communication skills, and uses those skills to advance the collegeâs Educational Master Plan and programmatic efforts and initiatives across Educational Programs.

⢠Five years increasingly responsible experience working with college instructional programs and student support programs and services in an administrative and/or faculty leadership capacity.

⢠Earned doctorate from an accredited institution.

Salary & Personnel Benefits:

The current salary range for the Executive Vice President, Educational Programs position is Salary Table 30, Range 173, $156,714-$177,333, plus an earned doctoral bonus of $3,042.80. This position will increase one step each year and has the potential to reach the current maximum step of $190,963. Starting salary is commensurate with full-time related, paid experience. In addition to salary, each full-time employee participates in a âcafeteria styleâ Health & Welfare Benefits Program.

Application Deadline/Screening:

Completed online applications must be submitted by Monday, November 26, 2018 @ 11:59 PM PST. The anticipated start date is July 1, 2019.

Required Application Documents: (The following required documents must be submitted electronically via the online application system.)

1. Online District Application form @ https://jobs.sbcc.edu

2. A cover letter of no more than five pages that describes how you meet each of the desired characteristics described in this position announcement.

3. A current resume including educational background, professional experience, professional activities, and any other experience pertinent to this position.

4. Within the online application is a required supplemental question on diversity. The committee will be reviewing your answer as part of the screening process. Please take your time and answer the question thoroughly.

5. Copy of an unofficial college/university transcript, which verify minimum qualifications.

Transcripts must show the degree title and the date the degree was conferred or the degree will not be considered for the purpose of determining if you meet minimum qualifications. If the qualifying degree has yet to be conferred and you expect to have the degree before you begin employment, you must submit transcripts that state the title of the degree you are working toward obtaining and indicate the anticipated completion date in your response to the associated supplemental question provided during the application process. Diplomas will not be accepted in lieu of transcripts. An official copy of your transcripts will be required upon being hired. Educational Administrators will not be allowed to start working until official transcripts have been received.

6. If claiming equivalency, attach a separate statement in the âDocuments Needed To Applyâ section entitled âEquivalencyâ in the online application. The statement presents the basis for this claim and submit supporting evidence, e.g. transcripts, publications, other documents.

7. Foreign Transcript: Transcripts issued outside the United States require a course-by-course analysis with an equivalency statement from an official USA certified transcript evaluation service verifying the degree equivalency to that of an accredited institution within the USA. This report must be attached to the online application. NOTE: If you have completed coursework at a foreign institution that is not recognized as accredited by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) or the U.S. Department of Education, you must include a full evaluation of the foreign transcript with your application materials if you wish for us to consider the coursework. To search for institutions that are recognized as accredited by CHEA or the U.S. Department of Education, visit http://www.chea.org/search/search.asp or http://ope.ed.gov/accreditation/search.aspx. For a list of recognized organizations providing transcript evaluation services, visit http://www.naces.org/members.htm.

8. Letters of reference are not required for this recruitment. Please do not submit reference letters within your online application.

9. Within the online application, there is a required section to list six professional references with titles and current phone numbers (office, cell, and home numbers). References must include at least one faculty member, one classified employee and one management employee. These references will be contacted if you are selected as a finalist for the position. These references should be able to critically assess your work qualifications and job performance.

Additional Instructions:

If you experience technical difficulties attaching any of your documents electronically, please contact Human Resources for instructions. If you do not have a scanner, there are commercial facilities available to assist you with this process. All required documents must be submitted with your electronic application by the application deadline or your application will be considered incomplete and will not be considered.

Application Procedure:

To be considered for this position, a complete online application including all required application documents (listed above) must be submitted via https://jobs.sbcc.edu by the application deadline (please see instructions to applicants). It is important that the online District Application form (Item #1) be complete and specific to fully indicate education, experience and other qualifications of the applicant. âSee Resumeâ is not acceptable.

If you apply for more than one position, copies of all the required documents must be attached separately for each position. Applications and all documents submitted become the property of SBCC and are retained electronically.

Please Note: You will receive a confirmation number when your complete application has been successfully submitted online.

Selection Procedure:

Online applications will be initially reviewed by the selection committee, who will recommend candidates for personal interviews at SBCC. An in-person interview is preferred for selected applicants. After the initial interviews have been conducted, the committee will identify the candidates who are best qualified for the position. The hiring supervisor and the Superintendent/President will interview the finalists, conduct reference checks, and make the final selection recommendation to the Board of Trustees.

Please Note: Santa Barbara City College regrets that applicants cannot be reimbursed for expenses related to the application or interview process, including travel expenses.

Accommodation for Applicants with Disabilities:

If you are selected for an interview and need special services or facilities to participate in the interview, please contact Human Resources. Reasonable accommodation will be provided for applicants with disabilities who self-disclose.

General Requirements to be submitted Upon Offer of Employment:

⢠Satisfactory fingerprint report and a completed tuberculosis risk assessment.

⢠Documentation verifying identity and United States citizenship or authorization that you have the right to work in the United States permanently and do not now or in the future require sponsorship by Santa Barbara City College or other hiring institutions.

⢠Official transcripts conferring college degrees indicated on the employment application.

Working Conditions of Employment:

The work environment and physical demands described here are representative of those required by an employee to perform the essential functions of this job successfully. Â Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Environment:

Office Environment.

Frequent interruptions.

Driving a vehicle to conduct work.

Physical Demands:

Regular operation of a computer keyboard and other standard office equipment.

Reading a variety of materials.

Ability to remain in a stationary position (sitting or standing) for extended periods of time.

Communicating and expressing oneself clearly on a variety of topics in conversation with, and in presentations to, staff, students, and Board of Trustees and community members.

Hearing and speaking to exchange information.

Bending at the waist, kneeling, or crouching.

Mobility to reach various campus locations.

Reaching overhead, above the shoulders, and horizontally.

Lifting, carrying, pushing or pulling moderately heavy objects as assigned by the position.

For all openings, deadlines, and link to online application, please visit our website at: https://jobs.sbcc.edu

Santa Barbara City College,

721 Cliff Drive, Santa Barbara, CA 93109-2394

(805) 965-0581 Ext. 2258

Interviews by Invitation Only

SBCC is an equal opportunity employer committed to nondiscrimination on the basis of national origin, religion, age, gender, gender identity, gender expression, race, ethnicity, color, medical condition, genetic information, ancestry, sexual orientation, marital status, physical or mental disability, pregnancy, military and veteran status, or because he/she is perceived to have one or more of the foregoing characteristics, or based on association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics, consistent with applicable federal and state laws. Reasonable accommodation will be provided for applicants with disabilities who self-disclose.

Executive Vice President, Educational Programs

Please apply at https://jobs.sbcc.edu

A message from Dr. Anthony E. Beebe, Superintendent/President, Santa Barbara City College -

Santa Barbara City College has created a unique academic culture, which has been recognized with numerous accolades and awards. This includes the 2013 Aspen Award for Community College Excellence in, among other things, increased levels of access and success for marginalized and low-income students.

I highlight to you the profound commitment the College has to academic excellence, diversity, equity, and inclusion among our faculty, staff, and students. As a community, we believe that diversity comes in many forms. We understand that individuals are multidimensional, shaped by the intersections of a variety of life experiences and factors. We recognize and challenge the inequities that stem from the complex world in which we live and embrace the many facets of people that make up our wonderful College.

Consequently, we seek College employees who will take responsibility for equitable outcomes and successful pathways for our students. We seek staff and faculty to join our community and embrace our commitments.

Situated between the Santa Ynez Mountains and the Pacific Ocean, Santa Barbara is a coastal city of 91,000 people renowned as a cultural and educational center. Residents have access to two highly regarded educational institutions that are considered to be community gems: Santa Barbara City College and the University of California, Santa Barbara. The cityâs trademark early California architecture, abundant flora, and moderate year-round climate make for a unique and unmatched locale in which to study, work, and live.

SBCC currently serves approximately 17,500 credit and 7,200 noncredit students each semester who enroll in courses for transfer preparation, career education, and foundational skills. The collegeâs highest priority is to help students achieve their educational goals. A central component of the SBCC culture is to champion the philosophical underpinnings of student equity, educational success, goal attainment, and opportunity for all.

Thanks to support from the community through the passage of Measure V, recent capital construction projects completed on the Main Campus include the modernization of the Drama Music building, which houses the Garvin Theatre, a central hub with offerings open to the community, as well as the Humanities Building, and the West Campus Center. Plans are underway for the refurbishment of the Campus Center, an anchor point housing the Office of Student Life and co-curricular activities, along with Food Services and the Culinary Arts Program.

Vision Statement:

Santa Barbara City College strives to build a socially conscious community where knowledge and respect empower individuals to transform our world.

Mission Statement:

As a public community college dedicated to the success of each studentâ¦

Santa Barbara City College provides students a diverse learning environment that inspires curiosity and discovery, promotes global responsibility, and fosters opportunity for all.

College Facts (as of Fall 2017)

⢠Instruction, administrative, and support services are provided by 244 full-time faculty, 532 adjunct faculty, 244 School of Extended Learning faculty, and 357 full-time staff and management.

⢠Santa Barbara City College currently enrolls approximately 17,457 students, the majority of whom are from racially diverse populations as follows: African American/Black â 3.3%; American Indian/Alaskan Native â 0.4%; Asian/Filipino/Pacific Islander â 8.3%; Hispanic/Latinx â 39.8%; two or more races â 4.4%; Unknown â 1.9% and White â 41.5%.

⢠31.6% of SBCCâs students are under age 19, 32% are between the ages 20 and 24, 22% are between the ages of 25 and 39, and 14.4% are 40 or older.

⢠33.2% of SBCCâs students attend full time (12 units or more), and 66.8% of SBCC students attend part-time.

⢠In 2009, SBCC gained the status of Hispanic Serving Institution, which among other benefits, made us eligible to apply for federal grants geared toward strengthening institutional capacity and building programs to increase the success of Hispanic and other underrepresented students.

⢠The College recently adopted the Umoja program, a transfer success program geared toward African-American and other black students.

⢠The College was selected as one of the 20 statewide pilot colleges to implement âGuided Pathways.â This initiative will transform the way colleges prepare and adapt to better serve students.

⢠In 2018, Santa Barbara City College celebrates 100 years of Adult Education in the Santa Barbara community.

Located on Californiaâs picturesque south coast, Santa Barbara City College (SBCC) was established by the Santa Barbara High School District in 1909, making it one of the oldest community colleges in California. The main campus sits on a 74 acre bluff on the Santa Barbara Mesa overlooking the harbor and Pacific Ocean. The Schott and Wake campuses are located conveniently nearby in the community.

SBCC is ranked as one of the best community colleges in the nation. In 2013, the college was awarded the Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence, validating the collegeâs vision and mission:

STRENGTHS

⢠SBCC has outstanding faculty and staff, as well as a diverse and engaged student population. The collegeâs well-earned reputation for innovation and excellence has resulted in numerous awards:

⢠California Community College Board of Governors Exemplary Program Award

⢠2018 â SBCC Express to Success Program

⢠Excelencia in Education

⢠2014 - National winner for SBCC Express to Success Program (for increasing achievement for Latino students in the associate degree category)

⢠Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence, Aspen Institute

2013 - Co-winner (for outstanding student outcomes achievement in completion, learning and equity)

2011 - Top Ten Finalist

⢠California Community Colleges Chancellorâs Award for Best Practices in Student Equity

⢠2012 - SBCC Express to Success Program (accelerated curriculum primarily for underrepresented and underserved students)

⢠American Library Association

⢠2011 - Excellence in Academic Libraries' national winner in the community college category (for focus on community outreach and student learning)

⢠Academic Senate for California Community Collegesâ Exemplary Program Awards

⢠Six past program recipients

SBCCâs academic programs and student support services have earned a strong reputation in the community, region, and state, as evidenced by the myriad of awards it has received honoring the fine work of its faculty, staff, administrators, and students. The college has a well-established governance structure, as well as successful partnerships with the University of California, Santa Barbara, and California State University, Channel Islands. The college was reaccredited in 2016 through the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJC).

October 18, 2018

Application Deadline: Completed online applications must be submitted by Monday, November 26, 2018 @ 11:59 PM PST. The anticipated start date is July 1, 2019.

Essential Functions and Duties of Position

BASIC FUNCTION:

The position reports directly to the Superintendent/President and is responsible for all aspects of teaching, learning, and student support services for the institution. The Executive Vice President works collaboratively with the other members of the Presidentâs Cabinet to support and foster educational innovation, programmatic excellence, and institutional commitment to student access, equity, and success. The Executive Vice President has responsibility for the overall design, organization, delivery, supervision, fiscal management, and evaluation of academic programs and student support services, and associated planning to advance the mission of the college to improve student success and institutional effectiveness. The Executive Vice President, Educational Programs, serves as SBCCâs chief instructional and student services leader.

The successful candidate for this position will be someone who understands SBCCâs opportunities and challenges, and who has demonstrated the desired characteristics that will support and guide the college in successfully meeting those opportunities and challenges going forward.

REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES:

⢠Plan, organize, control and direct Educational Programs, operations, and activities including District-wide instructional and student services support divisions, departments, programs, services and activities; provide College-wide leadership, vision and oversight for academic and student support programs and priorities, policy development, and strategic planning; promote teaching and learning as the core function of the institution.

⢠Ensures educational programs and breadth of student support services effectively meet the educational needs of students. Serves as the collegeâs chief instructional and chief student services officer.

⢠Provide leadership and vision to strengthen existing and implement new career technical and transfer programs leading to degrees and certificates; basic skills curricula; noncredit career development and college preparation programs; and the community service lifelong learning program.

⢠Coordinate and direct courses, curriculum, student support services and programs, fiscal functions, meetings, communications, information, resources and personnel to meet student needs and enhance the educational effectiveness of the College; direct the development and implementation of instructional and student support programs and services; plans strategies, processes, systems, projects, courses, goals, events and objectives; establish, develop, implement and schedule classes and other instructional and student support program and service activities.

⢠Provide leadership, mentoring, appropriate delegation, and professional development to the Deans and department chairs. Support and foster professional growth and development of faculty. Supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned administrators and personnel; interview and select employees and recommend transfers, reassignment, termination and disciplinary actions; coordinate subordinate work assignments and review work to assure compliance with established standards, requirements, and procedures; assure employee understanding of established requirements. Oversee and participate in (as appropriate) the recruitment, selection, and development of classified and academic personnel.

⢠Provide guidance to and receive input from faculty organizations on matters relating to the instructional and student service programs; promote the inclusion of students in the participatory governance process.

⢠Direct and assist subordinate administrators in the identification, analysis, design and implementation of program, curriculum, and policy initiatives; coordinate instructional and student support programs and activities to assure compliance with established curriculum standards and requirements which will enhance teaching, learning, and student success; direct and participate in developing and maintaining curriculum standards, enhancing enrollment and meeting the educational needs and goals of students. Support and foster innovation within the educational and student support programs.

⢠Coordinate instructional and student support programs, services, communications, activities, projects, curriculum development, and information between administrators, faculty, personnel, community resources, outside organizations, students, the public and various local, State and federal agencies; assure proper and timely resolution of Educational Programs and related student, staff, faculty, administrative, program and service issues, complaints, problems and conflicts.

⢠Direct staff development functions to assure faculty understanding of curriculum standards and requirements, instructional, and student development strategies and related materials; coordinate and direct the development, implementation, and conducting of training sessions to facilitate and enhance faculty and student support staff understanding of related principles, standards, guidelines, requirements, practices, procedures, and techniques.

⢠Implement assessment, evaluation, and planning processes (i.e., program review, learning outcomes, Educational Master Plan strategic directions and goals) for the institutionâs academic and student support programs. Provide leadership in the convening, charge, and work of campus committees and task forces related to educational and student support programs.

⢠Coordinate, attend, conduct, and chair various meetings, committees, councils, teams, conferences, and special events as assigned; prepare and deliver oral presentations concerning instructional and student support operations, activities, programs, services, and courses; prepare agenda items as needed; attend and participate in collective bargaining sessions and negotiations as directed.

⢠Develop and prepare the annual preliminary budget for Educational Programs; analyze and review budgetary and financial data; control and authorize expenditures in accordance with established limitations; direct financial functions to assure fiscal accountability and solvency; evaluate enrollment data to determine appropriate spending priorities; direct and participate in researching, obtaining and maintaining grants and other funding sources; prepare related proposals and documents. Provide sound fiscal planning and oversight in the development and management of the instructional and student services budgets and assume overall responsibility for effective resource allocations in support of the institutionâs mission and Educational Master Plan. Provide leadership in the planning and implementation of categorically funded initiatives. Provide leadership in the planning and implementation of externally funded grant programs. Monitor and analyze instructional and student support operations and activities for educational and financial effectiveness and operational efficiency; direct the research, development and implementation of standards, programs, services, policies, systems, and procedures to meet student needs and enhance the educational and financial effectiveness and operational efficiency of instructional and student support operations and activities.

⢠Research, compile and analyze student, enrollment, class, attendance, and other instructional information and data; direct and participate in the preparation and maintenance of a variety of records, reports and files related to programs, services, personnel, students, accountability, attendance, budgets, financial activity and assigned duties; assure mandated reports are submitted to appropriate local, state or federal agency according to established timelines.

⢠Assure adequate resources and personnel to meet the instructional and student support needs of the College; direct the procurement and purchasing of needed supplies and equipment; initiate personnel transactions such as hiring activities as appropriate.

⢠Direct consultation and advisement services concerning Educational Programs; advise and assure students, personnel, administrators, outside agencies, and the public are provided with technical, accurate and timely assistance and information concerning related programs, services, divisions, departments, courses, curriculum, schedules, timelines, standards, requirements, goals, objectives, services, timelines, processes, laws, codes, regulations, policies, and procedures.

⢠Establish and maintain instructional and student support program and service timelines and priorities; assure related activities comply with established college, state and federal standards, requirements, laws, codes, rules, regulations, policies and procedures. Ensure compliance with all state and federal laws and regulations (including Education Code and Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations), accreditation standards, district policies, grant requirements, and collective bargaining agreements.

⢠Plan and direct effective instructional programming including room utilization, instructor load, student enrollment, retention, and completion. Develop enrollment management strategies aligned with the goals of the institution.

⢠Supervise the publication of the collegeâs schedule of classes, catalog, and instructional and student support services information content of the college website.

⢠Maintain currency in educational and student support research and emerging trends and effective practices, and local, state and federal programs, laws, codes, regulations, and pending legislature related to instructional and student support program and service operations and activities; oversee the modification of programs, services, policies, and procedures to meet State and federal requirements as needed.

⢠Establish and maintain productive liaisons with local high school districts, business and community representatives and organizations, and regional four-year institutions, as participants in the planning, development, and modification of curriculum and programs. Communicate with administrators, personnel and outside organizations to exchange information, coordinate activities and programs and resolve issues or concerns.

⢠Provide technical information and assistance to the Superintendent/President regarding instructional and student support divisions, departments, programs, services, activities, needs, and issues; assist in the formulation and development of policies, procedures, and programs; collaborate with other administrators in identifying classes appropriate for transferring to credit mode.

⢠Operate a variety of office equipment including a computer and assigned software; drive a vehicle to conduct work; oversee and assure proper development, maintenance and modification of instructional and student support computer systems.

⢠Serve as the acting President in the absence of the administrator as directed

OTHER DUTIES:

Perform related duties as assigned.

Knowledge and Abilities

KNOWLEDGE OF:

⢠Mission, goals and purpose of the community college.

⢠Planning, organization and direction of Educational Programs operations and activities including instructional and student support divisions, departments, programs, services, and activities. Curriculum standards, requirements, interpretation, application, development, and implementation in instructional and student support divisions, departments, programs, and services.

⢠Institutional research models and methodologies.

⢠College, State and federal standards and requirements governing Educational Programs.

⢠Legislation and educational trends pertinent to community college instructional and student support service philosophy and practice.

⢠Instructional and student development techniques and strategies related to College programs and services.

⢠Educational policy development and strategic planning in a college environment.

⢠Principles, practices, procedures, and techniques involved in the development and implementation of curriculum standards, and instructional and student development and support programs, services, plans, strategies, processes, systems, projects, courses, goals, events, and objectives leading to student success.

⢠Leadership principles and practices of administration, supervision, and training.

⢠Participatory approaches to governance.

⢠Foundational programs such as basic skills and English as a Second Language.

⢠Policies and objectives of assigned programs and activities.

⢠College District organization, operations, policies and objectives.

⢠Sound fiscal planning in the development and management of the budget maximizing human, fiscal, and physical resources. Executive Vice President-Educational Programs - Continued Page 5 March Ability to communicate effectively in writing and orally.

⢠Public relations practices, procedures, techniques, and terminology.

⢠Applicable State and federal laws, codes, regulations, policies, and procedures.

⢠Methods of respectful and sensitive communication with individuals who are diverse in their cultures, language groups, and abilities. Interpersonal skills using tact, patience, and courtesy. Operation of a computer and assigned software. Public speaking techniques.

ABILITY TO:

⢠Plan, organize, control and direct Educational Programs operations and activities including District-wide instructional and student support divisions, departments, programs, and services.

⢠Provide leadership of the highest ethics demonstrated by making principal-based decisions inspiring trust in others.

⢠Provide leadership and vision to strengthen and implement new and existing career, occupational, and transfer programs leading to certificates and degrees.

⢠Provide leadership and mentoring to academic administrators and faculty and staff leaders through activities supported by transparency and data.

⢠Exercise sound independent judgment.

⢠Coordinate and direct courses, curriculum, fiscal functions, meetings, communications, information, resources and personnel to meet student needs and enhance the educational effectiveness of the College.

⢠Supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned administrators and personnel. Foster professional growth and development of subordinate administrators and staff.

⢠Provide College-wide leadership, vision, and oversight for instructional and student support services and programs, policy development, and strategic planning.

⢠Work as an executive team member dedicated to the collaborative goal of integrating instruction and student support services to create and maintain a supportive and effective teaching and learning environment.

⢠Direct the innovation, development and implementation of instructional and student support programs, services, plans, strategies, processes, systems, projects, courses, goals, events, and objectives.

⢠Assist subordinate administrators in the identification, analysis, design and implementation of program, curriculum, student development, and policy initiatives.

⢠Direct and participate in developing and maintaining curriculum standards and best practices in student development, enhancing enrollment and meeting the educational needs and goals of students. Assure proper and timely resolution of Educational Programs and related student, staff, faculty, administrative, program and service issues, complaints, problems, and conflicts.

⢠Solve problems creatively and maintain the institutionâs commitment to an inclusive process of problem solving.

⢠Communicate effectively orally and in writing with a positive and professional demeanor, exemplifying one who is emotionally balanced, approachable, and receptive to suggestions and construction criticism. Interpret, apply and explain rules, regulations, policies and procedures.

⢠Create and maintain a high level of employee morale to achieve consensus while demonstrating an understanding of and sensitivity to the diverse academic, socioeconomic, ethnic, cultural, disability, sexual orientation, and religious backgrounds of community college students.

⢠Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with others.

⢠Operate a computer and assigned office equipment.

⢠Analyze situations accurately and adopt an effective course of action.

⢠Meet schedules and timelines. Work independently with little direction.

⢠Plan and organize work.

⢠Prepare comprehensive narrative and statistical reports.

⢠Direct the maintenance of a variety of reports, records, and files related to assigned activities.

Qualifications

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Candidates must possess the minimum qualifications for the discipline as approved by the California Community Colleges Board of Governors and defined in the Minimum Qualifications for Faculty and Administrators in California Community Colleges handbook.

The candidate must meet the following criteria:

1. Possession of a masterâs degree;Â AND

One year of formal training, internship, or leadership experience reasonably related to the administratorâs administrative assignment; OR

2. Combination of education and other accomplishments that is equivalent to the above. (If claiming equivalency, attach a separate statement that presents the basis for this claim and submit supporting evidence, e.g., transcripts, publications, and other work products.)

3. Evidence of a sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, culture, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students, faculty and staff.

If the title of your degree as stated on your transcripts does not exactly match one of the degree titles listed in the minimum qualifications, you must complete an equivalency statement and attach it in the âEquivalency fieldâ under the documents needed to apply. Degree titles that are not an exact match will not be considered outside of the equivalency process.

SBCC is committed to hiring and retaining employees who reflect the rich diversity of its student body and communities, and to equal opportunity and access in all of its employment, programs and services. SBCC is dedicated to a policy of nondiscrimination and as such, is an equal opportunity employer. Veterans and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

SBCCÂ will consider the following nine characteristics in its selection of the Executive Vice President, Educational Programs:

⢠Committed to student access, equity, inclusion, and success

The Executive Vice President is a leader whose commitment to student access, equity, inclusion, and success has been demonstrated through educational initiatives and strategies that have resulted in strengthening the learning experiences and outcomes for students.

⢠Understands and commits to Guided Pathways

The Executive Vice President is a leader who understands and is committed to the Four Pillars of Guided Pathways, moving the institution forward comprehensively in each of the pillar areas.

⢠Takes strategic risks

The Executive Vice President is a leader who is committed to identifying gaps in the institutionâs Educational Programs division and uses those results to inspire change to improve student success.

⢠Builds strong teams

The Executive Vice President is a leader who combines ethics and honesty with strong collaborative decision-making skills, and who advocates for and applies collegial consultation processes to create a common commitment to and focus on students.

⢠Establishes urgency for improvement

The Executive Vice President is a leader who works to establish and maintain a healthy sense of urgency among the Educational Programsâ faculty and staff about uniting and enhancing the collegeâs varied programs and initiatives to accomplish the common goal of improving student success.

⢠Plans lasting internal change

The Executive Vice President is a leader who ensures that the culture of Educational Programs is dedicated to studentsâ attainment of their educational goals, continuous strengthening of the teaching/learning process and student support services, and growth for students, faculty and staff.

⢠Mentors others

The Executive Vice President is a leader who initiates, advocates for, and provides ongoing professional development opportunities for Educational Programsâ academic administrators, faculty leaders, faculty, and staff.

⢠Focuses on institutional effectiveness

The Executive Vice President is a leader who ensures that the college effectively implements its planning processes for Educational Programs in alignment with college policies and accreditation standards, and relies on the routine assessment of progress and an ongoing cycle of data-informed improvement.

⢠Communicates effectively

The Executive Vice President is a visionary educational leader who possesses exceptional interpersonal, written and oral communication skills, and uses those skills to advance the collegeâs Educational Master Plan and programmatic efforts and initiatives across Educational Programs.

⢠Five years increasingly responsible experience working with college instructional programs and student support programs and services in an administrative and/or faculty leadership capacity.

⢠Earned doctorate from an accredited institution.

Salary & Personnel Benefits:

The current salary range for the Executive Vice President, Educational Programs position is Salary Table 30, Range 173, $156,714-$177,333, plus an earned doctoral bonus of $3,042.80. This position will increase one step each year and has the potential to reach the current maximum step of $190,963. Starting salary is commensurate with full-time related, paid experience. In addition to salary, each full-time employee participates in a âcafeteria styleâ Health & Welfare Benefits Program.

Application Deadline/Screening:

Completed online applications must be submitted by Monday, November 26, 2018 @ 11:59 PM PST. The anticipated start date is July 1, 2019.

Required Application Documents: (The following required documents must be submitted electronically via the online application system.)

1. Online District Application form @ https://jobs.sbcc.edu

2. A cover letter of no more than five pages that describes how you meet each of the desired characteristics described in this position announcement.

3. A current resume including educational background, professional experience, professional activities, and any other experience pertinent to this position.

4. Within the online application is a required supplemental question on diversity. The committee will be reviewing your answer as part of the screening process. Please take your time and answer the question thoroughly.

5. Copy of an unofficial college/university transcript, which verify minimum qualifications.

Transcripts must show the degree title and the date the degree was conferred or the degree will not be considered for the purpose of determining if you meet minimum qualifications. If the qualifying degree has yet to be conferred and you expect to have the degree before you begin employment, you must submit transcripts that state the title of the degree you are working toward obtaining and indicate the anticipated completion date in your response to the associated supplemental question provided during the application process. Diplomas will not be accepted in lieu of transcripts. An official copy of your transcripts will be required upon being hired. Educational Administrators will not be allowed to start working until official transcripts have been received.

6. If claiming equivalency, attach a separate statement in the âDocuments Needed To Applyâ section entitled âEquivalencyâ in the online application. The statement presents the basis for this claim and submit supporting evidence, e.g. transcripts, publications, other documents.

7. Foreign Transcript: Transcripts issued outside the United States require a course-by-course analysis with an equivalency statement from an official USA certified transcript evaluation service verifying the degree equivalency to that of an accredited institution within the USA. This report must be attached to the online application. NOTE: If you have completed coursework at a foreign institution that is not recognized as accredited by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) or the U.S. Department of Education, you must include a full evaluation of the foreign transcript with your application materials if you wish for us to consider the coursework. To search for institutions that are recognized as accredited by CHEA or the U.S. Department of Education, visit http://www.chea.org/search/search.asp or http://ope.ed.gov/accreditation/search.aspx. For a list of recognized organizations providing transcript evaluation services, visit http://www.naces.org/members.htm.

8. Letters of reference are not required for this recruitment. Please do not submit reference letters within your online application.

9. Within the online application, there is a required section to list six professional references with titles and current phone numbers (office, cell, and home numbers). References must include at least one faculty member, one classified employee and one management employee. These references will be contacted if you are selected as a finalist for the position. These references should be able to critically assess your work qualifications and job performance.

Additional Instructions:

If you experience technical difficulties attaching any of your documents electronically, please contact Human Resources for instructions. If you do not have a scanner, there are commercial facilities available to assist you with this process. All required documents must be submitted with your electronic application by the application deadline or your application will be considered incomplete and will not be considered.

Application Procedure:

To be considered for this position, a complete online application including all required application documents (listed above) must be submitted via https://jobs.sbcc.edu by the application deadline (please see instructions to applicants). It is important that the online District Application form (Item #1) be complete and specific to fully indicate education, experience and other qualifications of the applicant. âSee Resumeâ is not acceptable.

If you apply for more than one position, copies of all the required documents must be attached separately for each position. Applications and all documents submitted become the property of SBCC and are retained electronically.

Please Note: You will receive a confirmation number when your complete application has been successfully submitted online.

Selection Procedure:

Online applications will be initially reviewed by the selection committee, who will recommend candidates for personal interviews at SBCC. An in-person interview is preferred for selected applicants. After the initial interviews have been conducted, the committee will identify the candidates who are best qualified for the position. The hiring supervisor and the Superintendent/President will interview the finalists, conduct reference checks, and make the final selection recommendation to the Board of Trustees.

Please Note: Santa Barbara City College regrets that applicants cannot be reimbursed for expenses related to the application or interview process, including travel expenses.

Accommodation for Applicants with Disabilities:

If you are selected for an interview and need special services or facilities to participate in the interview, please contact Human Resources. Reasonable accommodation will be provided for applicants with disabilities who self-disclose.

General Requirements to be submitted Upon Offer of Employment:

⢠Satisfactory fingerprint report and a completed tuberculosis risk assessment.

⢠Documentation verifying identity and United States citizenship or authorization that you have the right to work in the United States permanently and do not now or in the future require sponsorship by Santa Barbara City College or other hiring institutions.

⢠Official transcripts conferring college degrees indicated on the employment application.

Working Conditions of Employment:

The work environment and physical demands described here are representative of those required by an employee to perform the essential functions of this job successfully. Â Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Environment:

Office Environment.

Frequent interruptions.

Driving a vehicle to conduct work.

Physical Demands:

Regular operation of a computer keyboard and other standard office equipment.

Reading a variety of materials.

Ability to remain in a stationary position (sitting or standing) for extended periods of time.

Communicating and expressing oneself clearly on a variety of topics in conversation with, and in presentations to, staff, students, and Board of Trustees and community members.

Hearing and speaking to exchange information.

Bending at the waist, kneeling, or crouching.

Mobility to reach various campus locations.

Reaching overhead, above the shoulders, and horizontally.

Lifting, carrying, pushing or pulling moderately heavy objects as assigned by the position.

For all openings, deadlines, and link to online application, please visit our website at: https://jobs.sbcc.edu

Santa Barbara City College,

721 Cliff Drive, Santa Barbara, CA 93109-2394

(805) 965-0581 Ext. 2258

Interviews by Invitation Only

SBCC is an equal opportunity employer committed to nondiscrimination on the basis of national origin, religion, age, gender, gender identity, gender expression, race, ethnicity, color, medical condition, genetic information, ancestry, sexual orientation, marital status, physical or mental disability, pregnancy, military and veteran status, or because he/she is perceived to have one or more of the foregoing characteristics, or based on association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics, consistent with applicable federal and state laws. Reasonable accommodation will be provided for applicants with disabilities who self-disclose.


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Executive Vice President, Educational Programs

Please apply at https://jobs.sbcc.edu

A message from Dr. Anthony E. Beebe, Superintendent/President, Santa Barbara City College -

Santa Barbara City College has created a unique academic culture, which has been recognized with numerous accolades and awards. This includes the 2013 Aspen Award for Community College Excellence in, among other things, increased levels of access and success for marginalized and low-income students.

I highlight to you the profound commitment the College has to academic excellence, diversity, equity, and inclusion among our faculty, staff, and students. As a community, we believe that diversity comes in many forms. We understand that individuals are multidimensional, shaped by the intersections of a variety of life experiences and factors. We recognize and challenge the inequities that stem from the complex world in which we live and embrace the many facets of people that make up our wonderful College.

Consequently, we seek College employees who will take responsibility for equitable outcomes and successful pathways for our students. We seek staff and faculty to join our community and embrace our commitments.

Situated between the Santa Ynez Mountains and the Pacific Ocean, Santa Barbara is a coastal city of 91,000 people renowned as a cultural and educational center. Residents have access to two highly regarded educational institutions that are considered to be community gems: Santa Barbara City College and the University of California, Santa Barbara. The cityâs trademark early California architecture, abundant flora, and moderate year-round climate make for a unique and unmatched locale in which to study, work, and live.

SBCC currently serves approximately 17,500 credit and 7,200 noncredit students each semester who enroll in courses for transfer preparation, career education, and foundational skills. The collegeâs highest priority is to help students achieve their educational goals. A central component of the SBCC culture is to champion the philosophical underpinnings of student equity, educational success, goal attainment, and opportunity for all.

Thanks to support from the community through the passage of Measure V, recent capital construction projects completed on the Main Campus include the modernization of the Drama Music building, which houses the Garvin Theatre, a central hub with offerings open to the community, as well as the Humanities Building, and the West Campus Center. Plans are underway for the refurbishment of the Campus Center, an anchor point housing the Office of Student Life and co-curricular activities, along with Food Services and the Culinary Arts Program.

Vision Statement:

Santa Barbara City College strives to build a socially conscious community where knowledge and respect empower individuals to transform our world.

Mission Statement:

As a public community college dedicated to the success of each studentâ¦

Santa Barbara City College provides students a diverse learning environment that inspires curiosity and discovery, promotes global responsibility, and fosters opportunity for all.

College Facts (as of Fall 2017)

⢠Instruction, administrative, and support services are provided by 244 full-time faculty, 532 adjunct faculty, 244 School of Extended Learning faculty, and 357 full-time staff and management.

⢠Santa Barbara City College currently enrolls approximately 17,457 students, the majority of whom are from racially diverse populations as follows: African American/Black â 3.3%; American Indian/Alaskan Native â 0.4%; Asian/Filipino/Pacific Islander â 8.3%; Hispanic/Latinx â 39.8%; two or more races â 4.4%; Unknown â 1.9% and White â 41.5%.

⢠31.6% of SBCCâs students are under age 19, 32% are between the ages 20 and 24, 22% are between the ages of 25 and 39, and 14.4% are 40 or older.

⢠33.2% of SBCCâs students attend full time (12 units or more), and 66.8% of SBCC students attend part-time.

⢠In 2009, SBCC gained the status of Hispanic Serving Institution, which among other benefits, made us eligible to apply for federal grants geared toward strengthening institutional capacity and building programs to increase the success of Hispanic and other underrepresented students.

⢠The College recently adopted the Umoja program, a transfer success program geared toward African-American and other black students.

⢠The College was selected as one of the 20 statewide pilot colleges to implement âGuided Pathways.â This initiative will transform the way colleges prepare and adapt to better serve students.

⢠In 2018, Santa Barbara City College celebrates 100 years of Adult Education in the Santa Barbara community.

Located on Californiaâs picturesque south coast, Santa Barbara City College (SBCC) was established by the Santa Barbara High School District in 1909, making it one of the oldest community colleges in California. The main campus sits on a 74 acre bluff on the Santa Barbara Mesa overlooking the harbor and Pacific Ocean. The Schott and Wake campuses are located conveniently nearby in the community.

SBCC is ranked as one of the best community colleges in the nation. In 2013, the college was awarded the Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence, validating the collegeâs vision and mission:

STRENGTHS

⢠SBCC has outstanding faculty and staff, as well as a diverse and engaged student population. The collegeâs well-earned reputation for innovation and excellence has resulted in numerous awards:

⢠California Community College Board of Governors Exemplary Program Award

⢠2018 â SBCC Express to Success Program

⢠Excelencia in Education

⢠2014 - National winner for SBCC Express to Success Program (for increasing achievement for Latino students in the associate degree category)

⢠Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence, Aspen Institute

2013 - Co-winner (for outstanding student outcomes achievement in completion, learning and equity)

2011 - Top Ten Finalist

⢠California Community Colleges Chancellorâs Award for Best Practices in Student Equity

⢠2012 - SBCC Express to Success Program (accelerated curriculum primarily for underrepresented and underserved students)

⢠American Library Association

⢠2011 - Excellence in Academic Libraries' national winner in the community college category (for focus on community outreach and student learning)

⢠Academic Senate for California Community Collegesâ Exemplary Program Awards

⢠Six past program recipients

SBCCâs academic programs and student support services have earned a strong reputation in the community, region, and state, as evidenced by the myriad of awards it has received honoring the fine work of its faculty, staff, administrators, and students. The college has a well-established governance structure, as well as successful partnerships with the University of California, Santa Barbara, and California State University, Channel Islands. The college was reaccredited in 2016 through the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJC).

October 18, 2018

Application Deadline: Completed online applications must be submitted by Monday, November 26, 2018 @ 11:59 PM PST. The anticipated start date is July 1, 2019.

Essential Functions and Duties of Position

BASIC FUNCTION:

The position reports directly to the Superintendent/President and is responsible for all aspects of teaching, learning, and student support services for the institution. The Executive Vice President works collaboratively with the other members of the Presidentâs Cabinet to support and foster educational innovation, programmatic excellence, and institutional commitment to student access, equity, and success. The Executive Vice President has responsibility for the overall design, organization, delivery, supervision, fiscal management, and evaluation of academic programs and student support services, and associated planning to advance the mission of the college to improve student success and institutional effectiveness. The Executive Vice President, Educational Programs, serves as SBCCâs chief instructional and student services leader.

The successful candidate for this position will be someone who understands SBCCâs opportunities and challenges, and who has demonstrated the desired characteristics that will support and guide the college in successfully meeting those opportunities and challenges going forward.

REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES:

⢠Plan, organize, control and direct Educational Programs, operations, and activities including District-wide instructional and student services support divisions, departments, programs, services and activities; provide College-wide leadership, vision and oversight for academic and student support programs and priorities, policy development, and strategic planning; promote teaching and learning as the core function of the institution.

⢠Ensures educational programs and breadth of student support services effectively meet the educational needs of students. Serves as the collegeâs chief instructional and chief student services officer.

⢠Provide leadership and vision to strengthen existing and implement new career technical and transfer programs leading to degrees and certificates; basic skills curricula; noncredit career development and college preparation programs; and the community service lifelong learning program.

⢠Coordinate and direct courses, curriculum, student support services and programs, fiscal functions, meetings, communications, information, resources and personnel to meet student needs and enhance the educational effectiveness of the College; direct the development and implementation of instructional and student support programs and services; plans strategies, processes, systems, projects, courses, goals, events and objectives; establish, develop, implement and schedule classes and other instructional and student support program and service activities.

⢠Provide leadership, mentoring, appropriate delegation, and professional development to the Deans and department chairs. Support and foster professional growth and development of faculty. Supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned administrators and personnel; interview and select employees and recommend transfers, reassignment, termination and disciplinary actions; coordinate subordinate work assignments and review work to assure compliance with established standards, requirements, and procedures; assure employee understanding of established requirements. Oversee and participate in (as appropriate) the recruitment, selection, and development of classified and academic personnel.

⢠Provide guidance to and receive input from faculty organizations on matters relating to the instructional and student service programs; promote the inclusion of students in the participatory governance process.

⢠Direct and assist subordinate administrators in the identification, analysis, design and implementation of program, curriculum, and policy initiatives; coordinate instructional and student support programs and activities to assure compliance with established curriculum standards and requirements which will enhance teaching, learning, and student success; direct and participate in developing and maintaining curriculum standards, enhancing enrollment and meeting the educational needs and goals of students. Support and foster innovation within the educational and student support programs.

⢠Coordinate instructional and student support programs, services, communications, activities, projects, curriculum development, and information between administrators, faculty, personnel, community resources, outside organizations, students, the public and various local, State and federal agencies; assure proper and timely resolution of Educational Programs and related student, staff, faculty, administrative, program and service issues, complaints, problems and conflicts.

⢠Direct staff development functions to assure faculty understanding of curriculum standards and requirements, instructional, and student development strategies and related materials; coordinate and direct the development, implementation, and conducting of training sessions to facilitate and enhance faculty and student support staff understanding of related principles, standards, guidelines, requirements, practices, procedures, and techniques.

⢠Implement assessment, evaluation, and planning processes (i.e., program review, learning outcomes, Educational Master Plan strategic directions and goals) for the institutionâs academic and student support programs. Provide leadership in the convening, charge, and work of campus committees and task forces related to educational and student support programs.

⢠Coordinate, attend, conduct, and chair various meetings, committees, councils, teams, conferences, and special events as assigned; prepare and deliver oral presentations concerning instructional and student support operations, activities, programs, services, and courses; prepare agenda items as needed; attend and participate in collective bargaining sessions and negotiations as directed.

⢠Develop and prepare the annual preliminary budget for Educational Programs; analyze and review budgetary and financial data; control and authorize expenditures in accordance with established limitations; direct financial functions to assure fiscal accountability and solvency; evaluate enrollment data to determine appropriate spending priorities; direct and participate in researching, obtaining and maintaining grants and other funding sources; prepare related proposals and documents. Provide sound fiscal planning and oversight in the development and management of the instructional and student services budgets and assume overall responsibility for effective resource allocations in support of the institutionâs mission and Educational Master Plan. Provide leadership in the planning and implementation of categorically funded initiatives. Provide leadership in the planning and implementation of externally funded grant programs. Monitor and analyze instructional and student support operations and activities for educational and financial effectiveness and operational efficiency; direct the research, development and implementation of standards, programs, services, policies, systems, and procedures to meet student needs and enhance the educational and financial effectiveness and operational efficiency of instructional and student support operations and activities.

⢠Research, compile and analyze student, enrollment, class, attendance, and other instructional information and data; direct and participate in the preparation and maintenance of a variety of records, reports and files related to programs, services, personnel, students, accountability, attendance, budgets, financial activity and assigned duties; assure mandated reports are submitted to appropriate local, state or federal agency according to established timelines.

⢠Assure adequate resources and personnel to meet the instructional and student support needs of the College; direct the procurement and purchasing of needed supplies and equipment; initiate personnel transactions such as hiring activities as appropriate.

⢠Direct consultation and advisement services concerning Educational Programs; advise and assure students, personnel, administrators, outside agencies, and the public are provided with technical, accurate and timely assistance and information concerning related programs, services, divisions, departments, courses, curriculum, schedules, timelines, standards, requirements, goals, objectives, services, timelines, processes, laws, codes, regulations, policies, and procedures.

⢠Establish and maintain instructional and student support program and service timelines and priorities; assure related activities comply with established college, state and federal standards, requirements, laws, codes, rules, regulations, policies and procedures. Ensure compliance with all state and federal laws and regulations (including Education Code and Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations), accreditation standards, district policies, grant requirements, and collective bargaining agreements.

⢠Plan and direct effective instructional programming including room utilization, instructor load, student enrollment, retention, and completion. Develop enrollment management strategies aligned with the goals of the institution.

⢠Supervise the publication of the collegeâs schedule of classes, catalog, and instructional and student support services information content of the college website.

⢠Maintain currency in educational and student support research and emerging trends and effective practices, and local, state and federal programs, laws, codes, regulations, and pending legislature related to instructional and student support program and service operations and activities; oversee the modification of programs, services, policies, and procedures to meet State and federal requirements as needed.

⢠Establish and maintain productive liaisons with local high school districts, business and community representatives and organizations, and regional four-year institutions, as participants in the planning, development, and modification of curriculum and programs. Communicate with administrators, personnel and outside organizations to exchange information, coordinate activities and programs and resolve issues or concerns.

⢠Provide technical information and assistance to the Superintendent/President regarding instructional and student support divisions, departments, programs, services, activities, needs, and issues; assist in the formulation and development of policies, procedures, and programs; collaborate with other administrators in identifying classes appropriate for transferring to credit mode.

⢠Operate a variety of office equipment including a computer and assigned software; drive a vehicle to conduct work; oversee and assure proper development, maintenance and modification of instructional and student support computer systems.

⢠Serve as the acting President in the absence of the administrator as directed

OTHER DUTIES:

Perform related duties as assigned.

Knowledge and Abilities

KNOWLEDGE OF:

⢠Mission, goals and purpose of the community college.

⢠Planning, organization and direction of Educational Programs operations and activities including instructional and student support divisions, departments, programs, services, and activities. Curriculum standards, requirements, interpretation, application, development, and implementation in instructional and student support divisions, departments, programs, and services.

⢠Institutional research models and methodologies.

⢠College, State and federal standards and requirements governing Educational Programs.

⢠Legislation and educational trends pertinent to community college instructional and student support service philosophy and practice.

⢠Instructional and student development techniques and strategies related to College programs and services.

⢠Educational policy development and strategic planning in a college environment.

⢠Principles, practices, procedures, and techniques involved in the development and implementation of curriculum standards, and instructional and student development and support programs, services, plans, strategies, processes, systems, projects, courses, goals, events, and objectives leading to student success.

⢠Leadership principles and practices of administration, supervision, and training.

⢠Participatory approaches to governance.

⢠Foundational programs such as basic skills and English as a Second Language.

⢠Policies and objectives of assigned programs and activities.

⢠College District organization, operations, policies and objectives.

⢠Sound fiscal planning in the development and management of the budget maximizing human, fiscal, and physical resources. Executive Vice President-Educational Programs - Continued Page 5 March Ability to communicate effectively in writing and orally.

⢠Public relations practices, procedures, techniques, and terminology.

⢠Applicable State and federal laws, codes, regulations, policies, and procedures.

⢠Methods of respectful and sensitive communication with individuals who are diverse in their cultures, language groups, and abilities. Interpersonal skills using tact, patience, and courtesy. Operation of a computer and assigned software. Public speaking techniques.

ABILITY TO:

⢠Plan, organize, control and direct Educational Programs operations and activities including District-wide instructional and student support divisions, departments, programs, and services.

⢠Provide leadership of the highest ethics demonstrated by making principal-based decisions inspiring trust in others.

⢠Provide leadership and vision to strengthen and implement new and existing career, occupational, and transfer programs leading to certificates and degrees.

⢠Provide leadership and mentoring to academic administrators and faculty and staff leaders through activities supported by transparency and data.

⢠Exercise sound independent judgment.

⢠Coordinate and direct courses, curriculum, fiscal functions, meetings, communications, information, resources and personnel to meet student needs and enhance the educational effectiveness of the College.

⢠Supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned administrators and personnel. Foster professional growth and development of subordinate administrators and staff.

⢠Provide College-wide leadership, vision, and oversight for instructional and student support services and programs, policy development, and strategic planning.

⢠Work as an executive team member dedicated to the collaborative goal of integrating instruction and student support services to create and maintain a supportive and effective teaching and learning environment.

⢠Direct the innovation, development and implementation of instructional and student support programs, services, plans, strategies, processes, systems, projects, courses, goals, events, and objectives.

⢠Assist subordinate administrators in the identification, analysis, design and implementation of program, curriculum, student development, and policy initiatives.

⢠Direct and participate in developing and maintaining curriculum standards and best practices in student development, enhancing enrollment and meeting the educational needs and goals of students. Assure proper and timely resolution of Educational Programs and related student, staff, faculty, administrative, program and service issues, complaints, problems, and conflicts.

⢠Solve problems creatively and maintain the institutionâs commitment to an inclusive process of problem solving.

⢠Communicate effectively orally and in writing with a positive and professional demeanor, exemplifying one who is emotionally balanced, approachable, and receptive to suggestions and construction criticism. Interpret, apply and explain rules, regulations, policies and procedures.

⢠Create and maintain a high level of employee morale to achieve consensus while demonstrating an understanding of and sensitivity to the diverse academic, socioeconomic, ethnic, cultural, disability, sexual orientation, and religious backgrounds of community college students.

⢠Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with others.

⢠Operate a computer and assigned office equipment.

⢠Analyze situations accurately and adopt an effective course of action.

⢠Meet schedules and timelines. Work independently with little direction.

⢠Plan and organize work.

⢠Prepare comprehensive narrative and statistical reports.

⢠Direct the maintenance of a variety of reports, records, and files related to assigned activities.

Qualifications

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Candidates must possess the minimum qualifications for the discipline as approved by the California Community Colleges Board of Governors and defined in the Minimum Qualifications for Faculty and Administrators in California Community Colleges handbook.

The candidate must meet the following criteria:

1. Possession of a masterâs degree;Â AND

One year of formal training, internship, or leadership experience reasonably related to the administratorâs administrative assignment; OR

2. Combination of education and other accomplishments that is equivalent to the above. (If claiming equivalency, attach a separate statement that presents the basis for this claim and submit supporting evidence, e.g., transcripts, publications, and other work products.)

3. Evidence of a sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, culture, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students, faculty and staff.

If the title of your degree as stated on your transcripts does not exactly match one of the degree titles listed in the minimum qualifications, you must complete an equivalency statement and attach it in the âEquivalency fieldâ under the documents needed to apply. Degree titles that are not an exact match will not be considered outside of the equivalency process.

SBCC is committed to hiring and retaining employees who reflect the rich diversity of its student body and communities, and to equal opportunity and access in all of its employment, programs and services. SBCC is dedicated to a policy of nondiscrimination and as such, is an equal opportunity employer. Veterans and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

SBCCÂ will consider the following nine characteristics in its selection of the Executive Vice President, Educational Programs:

⢠Committed to student access, equity, inclusion, and success

The Executive Vice President is a leader whose commitment to student access, equity, inclusion, and success has been demonstrated through educational initiatives and strategies that have resulted in strengthening the learning experiences and outcomes for students.

⢠Understands and commits to Guided Pathways

The Executive Vice President is a leader who understands and is committed to the Four Pillars of Guided Pathways, moving the institution forward comprehensively in each of the pillar areas.

⢠Takes strategic risks

The Executive Vice President is a leader who is committed to identifying gaps in the institutionâs Educational Programs division and uses those results to inspire change to improve student success.

⢠Builds strong teams

The Executive Vice President is a leader who combines ethics and honesty with strong collaborative decision-making skills, and who advocates for and applies collegial consultation processes to create a common commitment to and focus on students.

⢠Establishes urgency for improvement

The Executive Vice President is a leader who works to establish and maintain a healthy sense of urgency among the Educational Programsâ faculty and staff about uniting and enhancing the collegeâs varied programs and initiatives to accomplish the common goal of improving student success.

⢠Plans lasting internal change

The Executive Vice President is a leader who ensures that the culture of Educational Programs is dedicated to studentsâ attainment of their educational goals, continuous strengthening of the teaching/learning process and student support services, and growth for students, faculty and staff.

⢠Mentors others

The Executive Vice President is a leader who initiates, advocates for, and provides ongoing professional development opportunities for Educational Programsâ academic administrators, faculty leaders, faculty, and staff.

⢠Focuses on institutional effectiveness

The Executive Vice President is a leader who ensures that the college effectively implements its planning processes for Educational Programs in alignment with college policies and accreditation standards, and relies on the routine assessment of progress and an ongoing cycle of data-informed improvement.

⢠Communicates effectively

The Executive Vice President is a visionary educational leader who possesses exceptional interpersonal, written and oral communication skills, and uses those skills to advance the collegeâs Educational Master Plan and programmatic efforts and initiatives across Educational Programs.

⢠Five years increasingly responsible experience working with college instructional programs and student support programs and services in an administrative and/or faculty leadership capacity.

⢠Earned doctorate from an accredited institution.

Salary & Personnel Benefits:

The current salary range for the Executive Vice President, Educational Programs position is Salary Table 30, Range 173, $156,714-$177,333, plus an earned doctoral bonus of $3,042.80. This position will increase one step each year and has the potential to reach the current maximum step of $190,963. Starting salary is commensurate with full-time related, paid experience. In addition to salary, each full-time employee participates in a âcafeteria styleâ Health & Welfare Benefits Program.

Application Deadline/Screening:

Completed online applications must be submitted by Monday, November 26, 2018 @ 11:59 PM PST. The anticipated start date is July 1, 2019.

Required Application Documents: (The following required documents must be submitted electronically via the online application system.)

1. Online District Application form @ https://jobs.sbcc.edu

2. A cover letter of no more than five pages that describes how you meet each of the desired characteristics described in this position announcement.

3. A current resume including educational background, professional experience, professional activities, and any other experience pertinent to this position.

4. Within the online application is a required supplemental question on diversity. The committee will be reviewing your answer as part of the screening process. Please take your time and answer the question thoroughly.

5. Copy of an unofficial college/university transcript, which verify minimum qualifications.

Transcripts must show the degree title and the date the degree was conferred or the degree will not be considered for the purpose of determining if you meet minimum qualifications. If the qualifying degree has yet to be conferred and you expect to have the degree before you begin employment, you must submit transcripts that state the title of the degree you are working toward obtaining and indicate the anticipated completion date in your response to the associated supplemental question provided during the application process. Diplomas will not be accepted in lieu of transcripts. An official copy of your transcripts will be required upon being hired. Educational Administrators will not be allowed to start working until official transcripts have been received.

6. If claiming equivalency, attach a separate statement in the âDocuments Needed To Applyâ section entitled âEquivalencyâ in the online application. The statement presents the basis for this claim and submit supporting evidence, e.g. transcripts, publications, other documents.

7. Foreign Transcript: Transcripts issued outside the United States require a course-by-course analysis with an equivalency statement from an official USA certified transcript evaluation service verifying the degree equivalency to that of an accredited institution within the USA. This report must be attached to the online application. NOTE: If you have completed coursework at a foreign institution that is not recognized as accredited by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) or the U.S. Department of Education, you must include a full evaluation of the foreign transcript with your application materials if you wish for us to consider the coursework. To search for institutions that are recognized as accredited by CHEA or the U.S. Department of Education, visit http://www.chea.org/search/search.asp or http://ope.ed.gov/accreditation/search.aspx. For a list of recognized organizations providing transcript evaluation services, visit http://www.naces.org/members.htm.

8. Letters of reference are not required for this recruitment. Please do not submit reference letters within your online application.

9. Within the online application, there is a required section to list six professional references with titles and current phone numbers (office, cell, and home numbers). References must include at least one faculty member, one classified employee and one management employee. These references will be contacted if you are selected as a finalist for the position. These references should be able to critically assess your work qualifications and job performance.

Additional Instructions:

If you experience technical difficulties attaching any of your documents electronically, please contact Human Resources for instructions. If you do not have a scanner, there are commercial facilities available to assist you with this process. All required documents must be submitted with your electronic application by the application deadline or your application will be considered incomplete and will not be considered.

Application Procedure:

To be considered for this position, a complete online application including all required application documents (listed above) must be submitted via https://jobs.sbcc.edu by the application deadline (please see instructions to applicants). It is important that the online District Application form (Item #1) be complete and specific to fully indicate education, experience and other qualifications of the applicant. âSee Resumeâ is not acceptable.

If you apply for more than one position, copies of all the required documents must be attached separately for each position. Applications and all documents submitted become the property of SBCC and are retained electronically.

Please Note: You will receive a confirmation number when your complete application has been successfully submitted online.

Selection Procedure:

Online applications will be initially reviewed by the selection committee, who will recommend candidates for personal interviews at SBCC. An in-person interview is preferred for selected applicants. After the initial interviews have been conducted, the committee will identify the candidates who are best qualified for the position. The hiring supervisor and the Superintendent/President will interview the finalists, conduct reference checks, and make the final selection recommendation to the Board of Trustees.

Please Note: Santa Barbara City College regrets that applicants cannot be reimbursed for expenses related to the application or interview process, including travel expenses.

Accommodation for Applicants with Disabilities:

If you are selected for an interview and need special services or facilities to participate in the interview, please contact Human Resources. Reasonable accommodation will be provided for applicants with disabilities who self-disclose.

General Requirements to be submitted Upon Offer of Employment:

⢠Satisfactory fingerprint report and a completed tuberculosis risk assessment.

⢠Documentation verifying identity and United States citizenship or authorization that you have the right to work in the United States permanently and do not now or in the future require sponsorship by Santa Barbara City College or other hiring institutions.

⢠Official transcripts conferring college degrees indicated on the employment application.

Working Conditions of Employment:

The work environment and physical demands described here are representative of those required by an employee to perform the essential functions of this job successfully. Â Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Environment:

Office Environment.

Frequent interruptions.

Driving a vehicle to conduct work.

Physical Demands:

Regular operation of a computer keyboard and other standard office equipment.

Reading a variety of materials.

Ability to remain in a stationary position (sitting or standing) for extended periods of time.

Communicating and expressing oneself clearly on a variety of topics in conversation with, and in presentations to, staff, students, and Board of Trustees and community members.

Hearing and speaking to exchange information.

Bending at the waist, kneeling, or crouching.

Mobility to reach various campus locations.

Reaching overhead, above the shoulders, and horizontally.

Lifting, carrying, pushing or pulling moderately heavy objects as assigned by the position.

For all openings, deadlines, and link to online application, please visit our website at: https://jobs.sbcc.edu

Santa Barbara City College,

721 Cliff Drive, Santa Barbara, CA 93109-2394

(805) 965-0581 Ext. 2258

Interviews by Invitation Only

SBCC is an equal opportunity employer committed to nondiscrimination on the basis of national origin, religion, age, gender, gender identity, gender expression, race, ethnicity, color, medical condition, genetic information, ancestry, sexual orientation, marital status, physical or mental disability, pregnancy, military and veteran status, or because he/she is perceived to have one or more of the foregoing characteristics, or based on association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics, consistent with applicable federal and state laws. Reasonable accommodation will be provided for applicants with disabilities who self-disclose.

Executive Vice President, Educational Programs

Please apply at https://jobs.sbcc.edu

A message from Dr. Anthony E. Beebe, Superintendent/President, Santa Barbara City College -

Santa Barbara City College has created a unique academic culture, which has been recognized with numerous accolades and awards. This includes the 2013 Aspen Award for Community College Excellence in, among other things, increased levels of access and success for marginalized and low-income students.

I highlight to you the profound commitment the College has to academic excellence, diversity, equity, and inclusion among our faculty, staff, and students. As a community, we believe that diversity comes in many forms. We understand that individuals are multidimensional, shaped by the intersections of a variety of life experiences and factors. We recognize and challenge the inequities that stem from the complex world in which we live and embrace the many facets of people that make up our wonderful College.

Consequently, we seek College employees who will take responsibility for equitable outcomes and successful pathways for our students. We seek staff and faculty to join our community and embrace our commitments.

Situated between the Santa Ynez Mountains and the Pacific Ocean, Santa Barbara is a coastal city of 91,000 people renowned as a cultural and educational center. Residents have access to two highly regarded educational institutions that are considered to be community gems: Santa Barbara City College and the University of California, Santa Barbara. The cityâs trademark early California architecture, abundant flora, and moderate year-round climate make for a unique and unmatched locale in which to study, work, and live.

SBCC currently serves approximately 17,500 credit and 7,200 noncredit students each semester who enroll in courses for transfer preparation, career education, and foundational skills. The collegeâs highest priority is to help students achieve their educational goals. A central component of the SBCC culture is to champion the philosophical underpinnings of student equity, educational success, goal attainment, and opportunity for all.

Thanks to support from the community through the passage of Measure V, recent capital construction projects completed on the Main Campus include the modernization of the Drama Music building, which houses the Garvin Theatre, a central hub with offerings open to the community, as well as the Humanities Building, and the West Campus Center. Plans are underway for the refurbishment of the Campus Center, an anchor point housing the Office of Student Life and co-curricular activities, along with Food Services and the Culinary Arts Program.

Vision Statement:

Santa Barbara City College strives to build a socially conscious community where knowledge and respect empower individuals to transform our world.

Mission Statement:

As a public community college dedicated to the success of each studentâ¦

Santa Barbara City College provides students a diverse learning environment that inspires curiosity and discovery, promotes global responsibility, and fosters opportunity for all.

College Facts (as of Fall 2017)

⢠Instruction, administrative, and support services are provided by 244 full-time faculty, 532 adjunct faculty, 244 School of Extended Learning faculty, and 357 full-time staff and management.

⢠Santa Barbara City College currently enrolls approximately 17,457 students, the majority of whom are from racially diverse populations as follows: African American/Black â 3.3%; American Indian/Alaskan Native â 0.4%; Asian/Filipino/Pacific Islander â 8.3%; Hispanic/Latinx â 39.8%; two or more races â 4.4%; Unknown â 1.9% and White â 41.5%.

⢠31.6% of SBCCâs students are under age 19, 32% are between the ages 20 and 24, 22% are between the ages of 25 and 39, and 14.4% are 40 or older.

⢠33.2% of SBCCâs students attend full time (12 units or more), and 66.8% of SBCC students attend part-time.

⢠In 2009, SBCC gained the status of Hispanic Serving Institution, which among other benefits, made us eligible to apply for federal grants geared toward strengthening institutional capacity and building programs to increase the success of Hispanic and other underrepresented students.

⢠The College recently adopted the Umoja program, a transfer success program geared toward African-American and other black students.

⢠The College was selected as one of the 20 statewide pilot colleges to implement âGuided Pathways.â This initiative will transform the way colleges prepare and adapt to better serve students.

⢠In 2018, Santa Barbara City College celebrates 100 years of Adult Education in the Santa Barbara community.

Located on Californiaâs picturesque south coast, Santa Barbara City College (SBCC) was established by the Santa Barbara High School District in 1909, making it one of the oldest community colleges in California. The main campus sits on a 74 acre bluff on the Santa Barbara Mesa overlooking the harbor and Pacific Ocean. The Schott and Wake campuses are located conveniently nearby in the community.

SBCC is ranked as one of the best community colleges in the nation. In 2013, the college was awarded the Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence, validating the collegeâs vision and mission:

STRENGTHS

⢠SBCC has outstanding faculty and staff, as well as a diverse and engaged student population. The collegeâs well-earned reputation for innovation and excellence has resulted in numerous awards:

⢠California Community College Board of Governors Exemplary Program Award

⢠2018 â SBCC Express to Success Program

⢠Excelencia in Education

⢠2014 - National winner for SBCC Express to Success Program (for increasing achievement for Latino students in the associate degree category)

⢠Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence, Aspen Institute

2013 - Co-winner (for outstanding student outcomes achievement in completion, learning and equity)

2011 - Top Ten Finalist

⢠California Community Colleges Chancellorâs Award for Best Practices in Student Equity

⢠2012 - SBCC Express to Success Program (accelerated curriculum primarily for underrepresented and underserved students)

⢠American Library Association

⢠2011 - Excellence in Academic Libraries' national winner in the community college category (for focus on community outreach and student learning)

⢠Academic Senate for California Community Collegesâ Exemplary Program Awards

⢠Six past program recipients

SBCCâs academic programs and student support services have earned a strong reputation in the community, region, and state, as evidenced by the myriad of awards it has received honoring the fine work of its faculty, staff, administrators, and students. The college has a well-established governance structure, as well as successful partnerships with the University of California, Santa Barbara, and California State University, Channel Islands. The college was reaccredited in 2016 through the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJC).

October 18, 2018

Application Deadline: Completed online applications must be submitted by Monday, November 26, 2018 @ 11:59 PM PST. The anticipated start date is July 1, 2019.

Essential Functions and Duties of Position

BASIC FUNCTION:

The position reports directly to the Superintendent/President and is responsible for all aspects of teaching, learning, and student support services for the institution. The Executive Vice President works collaboratively with the other members of the Presidentâs Cabinet to support and foster educational innovation, programmatic excellence, and institutional commitment to student access, equity, and success. The Executive Vice President has responsibility for the overall design, organization, delivery, supervision, fiscal management, and evaluation of academic programs and student support services, and associated planning to advance the mission of the college to improve student success and institutional effectiveness. The Executive Vice President, Educational Programs, serves as SBCCâs chief instructional and student services leader.

The successful candidate for this position will be someone who understands SBCCâs opportunities and challenges, and who has demonstrated the desired characteristics that will support and guide the college in successfully meeting those opportunities and challenges going forward.

REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES:

⢠Plan, organize, control and direct Educational Programs, operations, and activities including District-wide instructional and student services support divisions, departments, programs, services and activities; provide College-wide leadership, vision and oversight for academic and student support programs and priorities, policy development, and strategic planning; promote teaching and learning as the core function of the institution.

⢠Ensures educational programs and breadth of student support services effectively meet the educational needs of students. Serves as the collegeâs chief instructional and chief student services officer.

⢠Provide leadership and vision to strengthen existing and implement new career technical and transfer programs leading to degrees and certificates; basic skills curricula; noncredit career development and college preparation programs; and the community service lifelong learning program.

⢠Coordinate and direct courses, curriculum, student support services and programs, fiscal functions, meetings, communications, information, resources and personnel to meet student needs and enhance the educational effectiveness of the College; direct the development and implementation of instructional and student support programs and services; plans strategies, processes, systems, projects, courses, goals, events and objectives; establish, develop, implement and schedule classes and other instructional and student support program and service activities.

⢠Provide leadership, mentoring, appropriate delegation, and professional development to the Deans and department chairs. Support and foster professional growth and development of faculty. Supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned administrators and personnel; interview and select employees and recommend transfers, reassignment, termination and disciplinary actions; coordinate subordinate work assignments and review work to assure compliance with established standards, requirements, and procedures; assure employee understanding of established requirements. Oversee and participate in (as appropriate) the recruitment, selection, and development of classified and academic personnel.

⢠Provide guidance to and receive input from faculty organizations on matters relating to the instructional and student service programs; promote the inclusion of students in the participatory governance process.

⢠Direct and assist subordinate administrators in the identification, analysis, design and implementation of program, curriculum, and policy initiatives; coordinate instructional and student support programs and activities to assure compliance with established curriculum standards and requirements which will enhance teaching, learning, and student success; direct and participate in developing and maintaining curriculum standards, enhancing enrollment and meeting the educational needs and goals of students. Support and foster innovation within the educational and student support programs.

⢠Coordinate instructional and student support programs, services, communications, activities, projects, curriculum development, and information between administrators, faculty, personnel, community resources, outside organizations, students, the public and various local, State and federal agencies; assure proper and timely resolution of Educational Programs and related student, staff, faculty, administrative, program and service issues, complaints, problems and conflicts.

⢠Direct staff development functions to assure faculty understanding of curriculum standards and requirements, instructional, and student development strategies and related materials; coordinate and direct the development, implementation, and conducting of training sessions to facilitate and enhance faculty and student support staff understanding of related principles, standards, guidelines, requirements, practices, procedures, and techniques.

⢠Implement assessment, evaluation, and planning processes (i.e., program review, learning outcomes, Educational Master Plan strategic directions and goals) for the institutionâs academic and student support programs. Provide leadership in the convening, charge, and work of campus committees and task forces related to educational and student support programs.

⢠Coordinate, attend, conduct, and chair various meetings, committees, councils, teams, conferences, and special events as assigned; prepare and deliver oral presentations concerning instructional and student support operations, activities, programs, services, and courses; prepare agenda items as needed; attend and participate in collective bargaining sessions and negotiations as directed.

⢠Develop and prepare the annual preliminary budget for Educational Programs; analyze and review budgetary and financial data; control and authorize expenditures in accordance with established limitations; direct financial functions to assure fiscal accountability and solvency; evaluate enrollment data to determine appropriate spending priorities; direct and participate in researching, obtaining and maintaining grants and other funding sources; prepare related proposals and documents. Provide sound fiscal planning and oversight in the development and management of the instructional and student services budgets and assume overall responsibility for effective resource allocations in support of the institutionâs mission and Educational Master Plan. Provide leadership in the planning and implementation of categorically funded initiatives. Provide leadership in the planning and implementation of externally funded grant programs. Monitor and analyze instructional and student support operations and activities for educational and financial effectiveness and operational efficiency; direct the research, development and implementation of standards, programs, services, policies, systems, and procedures to meet student needs and enhance the educational and financial effectiveness and operational efficiency of instructional and student support operations and activities.

⢠Research, compile and analyze student, enrollment, class, attendance, and other instructional information and data; direct and participate in the preparation and maintenance of a variety of records, reports and files related to programs, services, personnel, students, accountability, attendance, budgets, financial activity and assigned duties; assure mandated reports are submitted to appropriate local, state or federal agency according to established timelines.

⢠Assure adequate resources and personnel to meet the instructional and student support needs of the College; direct the procurement and purchasing of needed supplies and equipment; initiate personnel transactions such as hiring activities as appropriate.

⢠Direct consultation and advisement services concerning Educational Programs; advise and assure students, personnel, administrators, outside agencies, and the public are provided with technical, accurate and timely assistance and information concerning related programs, services, divisions, departments, courses, curriculum, schedules, timelines, standards, requirements, goals, objectives, services, timelines, processes, laws, codes, regulations, policies, and procedures.

⢠Establish and maintain instructional and student support program and service timelines and priorities; assure related activities comply with established college, state and federal standards, requirements, laws, codes, rules, regulations, policies and procedures. Ensure compliance with all state and federal laws and regulations (including Education Code and Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations), accreditation standards, district policies, grant requirements, and collective bargaining agreements.

⢠Plan and direct effective instructional programming including room utilization, instructor load, student enrollment, retention, and completion. Develop enrollment management strategies aligned with the goals of the institution.

⢠Supervise the publication of the collegeâs schedule of classes, catalog, and instructional and student support services information content of the college website.

⢠Maintain currency in educational and student support research and emerging trends and effective practices, and local, state and federal programs, laws, codes, regulations, and pending legislature related to instructional and student support program and service operations and activities; oversee the modification of programs, services, policies, and procedures to meet State and federal requirements as needed.

⢠Establish and maintain productive liaisons with local high school districts, business and community representatives and organizations, and regional four-year institutions, as participants in the planning, development, and modification of curriculum and programs. Communicate with administrators, personnel and outside organizations to exchange information, coordinate activities and programs and resolve issues or concerns.

⢠Provide technical information and assistance to the Superintendent/President regarding instructional and student support divisions, departments, programs, services, activities, needs, and issues; assist in the formulation and development of policies, procedures, and programs; collaborate with other administrators in identifying classes appropriate for transferring to credit mode.

⢠Operate a variety of office equipment including a computer and assigned software; drive a vehicle to conduct work; oversee and assure proper development, maintenance and modification of instructional and student support computer systems.

⢠Serve as the acting President in the absence of the administrator as directed

OTHER DUTIES:

Perform related duties as assigned.

Knowledge and Abilities

KNOWLEDGE OF:

⢠Mission, goals and purpose of the community college.

⢠Planning, organization and direction of Educational Programs operations and activities including instructional and student support divisions, departments, programs, services, and activities. Curriculum standards, requirements, interpretation, application, development, and implementation in instructional and student support divisions, departments, programs, and services.

⢠Institutional research models and methodologies.

⢠College, State and federal standards and requirements governing Educational Programs.

⢠Legislation and educational trends pertinent to community college instructional and student support service philosophy and practice.

⢠Instructional and student development techniques and strategies related to College programs and services.

⢠Educational policy development and strategic planning in a college environment.

⢠Principles, practices, procedures, and techniques involved in the development and implementation of curriculum standards, and instructional and student development and support programs, services, plans, strategies, processes, systems, projects, courses, goals, events, and objectives leading to student success.

⢠Leadership principles and practices of administration, supervision, and training.

⢠Participatory approaches to governance.

⢠Foundational programs such as basic skills and English as a Second Language.

⢠Policies and objectives of assigned programs and activities.

⢠College District organization, operations, policies and objectives.

⢠Sound fiscal planning in the development and management of the budget maximizing human, fiscal, and physical resources. Executive Vice President-Educational Programs - Continued Page 5 March Ability to communicate effectively in writing and orally.

⢠Public relations practices, procedures, techniques, and terminology.

⢠Applicable State and federal laws, codes, regulations, policies, and procedures.

⢠Methods of respectful and sensitive communication with individuals who are diverse in their cultures, language groups, and abilities. Interpersonal skills using tact, patience, and courtesy. Operation of a computer and assigned software. Public speaking techniques.

ABILITY TO:

⢠Plan, organize, control and direct Educational Programs operations and activities including District-wide instructional and student support divisions, departments, programs, and services.

⢠Provide leadership of the highest ethics demonstrated by making principal-based decisions inspiring trust in others.

⢠Provide leadership and vision to strengthen and implement new and existing career, occupational, and transfer programs leading to certificates and degrees.

⢠Provide leadership and mentoring to academic administrators and faculty and staff leaders through activities supported by transparency and data.

⢠Exercise sound independent judgment.

⢠Coordinate and direct courses, curriculum, fiscal functions, meetings, communications, information, resources and personnel to meet student needs and enhance the educational effectiveness of the College.

⢠Supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned administrators and personnel. Foster professional growth and development of subordinate administrators and staff.

⢠Provide College-wide leadership, vision, and oversight for instructional and student support services and programs, policy development, and strategic planning.

⢠Work as an executive team member dedicated to the collaborative goal of integrating instruction and student support services to create and maintain a supportive and effective teaching and learning environment.

⢠Direct the innovation, development and implementation of instructional and student support programs, services, plans, strategies, processes, systems, projects, courses, goals, events, and objectives.

⢠Assist subordinate administrators in the identification, analysis, design and implementation of program, curriculum, student development, and policy initiatives.

⢠Direct and participate in developing and maintaining curriculum standards and best practices in student development, enhancing enrollment and meeting the educational needs and goals of students. Assure proper and timely resolution of Educational Programs and related student, staff, faculty, administrative, program and service issues, complaints, problems, and conflicts.

⢠Solve problems creatively and maintain the institutionâs commitment to an inclusive process of problem solving.

⢠Communicate effectively orally and in writing with a positive and professional demeanor, exemplifying one who is emotionally balanced, approachable, and receptive to suggestions and construction criticism. Interpret, apply and explain rules, regulations, policies and procedures.

⢠Create and maintain a high level of employee morale to achieve consensus while demonstrating an understanding of and sensitivity to the diverse academic, socioeconomic, ethnic, cultural, disability, sexual orientation, and religious backgrounds of community college students.

⢠Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with others.

⢠Operate a computer and assigned office equipment.

⢠Analyze situations accurately and adopt an effective course of action.

⢠Meet schedules and timelines. Work independently with little direction.

⢠Plan and organize work.

⢠Prepare comprehensive narrative and statistical reports.

⢠Direct the maintenance of a variety of reports, records, and files related to assigned activities.

Qualifications

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Candidates must possess the minimum qualifications for the discipline as approved by the California Community Colleges Board of Governors and defined in the Minimum Qualifications for Faculty and Administrators in California Community Colleges handbook.

The candidate must meet the following criteria:

1. Possession of a masterâs degree;Â AND

One year of formal training, internship, or leadership experience reasonably related to the administratorâs administrative assignment; OR

2. Combination of education and other accomplishments that is equivalent to the above. (If claiming equivalency, attach a separate statement that presents the basis for this claim and submit supporting evidence, e.g., transcripts, publications, and other work products.)

3. Evidence of a sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, culture, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students, faculty and staff.

If the title of your degree as stated on your transcripts does not exactly match one of the degree titles listed in the minimum qualifications, you must complete an equivalency statement and attach it in the âEquivalency fieldâ under the documents needed to apply. Degree titles that are not an exact match will not be considered outside of the equivalency process.

SBCC is committed to hiring and retaining employees who reflect the rich diversity of its student body and communities, and to equal opportunity and access in all of its employment, programs and services. SBCC is dedicated to a policy of nondiscrimination and as such, is an equal opportunity employer. Veterans and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

SBCCÂ will consider the following nine characteristics in its selection of the Executive Vice President, Educational Programs:

⢠Committed to student access, equity, inclusion, and success

The Executive Vice President is a leader whose commitment to student access, equity, inclusion, and success has been demonstrated through educational initiatives and strategies that have resulted in strengthening the learning experiences and outcomes for students.

⢠Understands and commits to Guided Pathways

The Executive Vice President is a leader who understands and is committed to the Four Pillars of Guided Pathways, moving the institution forward comprehensively in each of the pillar areas.

⢠Takes strategic risks

The Executive Vice President is a leader who is committed to identifying gaps in the institutionâs Educational Programs division and uses those results to inspire change to improve student success.

⢠Builds strong teams

The Executive Vice President is a leader who combines ethics and honesty with strong collaborative decision-making skills, and who advocates for and applies collegial consultation processes to create a common commitment to and focus on students.

⢠Establishes urgency for improvement

The Executive Vice President is a leader who works to establish and maintain a healthy sense of urgency among the Educational Programsâ faculty and staff about uniting and enhancing the collegeâs varied programs and initiatives to accomplish the common goal of improving student success.

⢠Plans lasting internal change

The Executive Vice President is a leader who ensures that the culture of Educational Programs is dedicated to studentsâ attainment of their educational goals, continuous strengthening of the teaching/learning process and student support services, and growth for students, faculty and staff.

⢠Mentors others

The Executive Vice President is a leader who initiates, advocates for, and provides ongoing professional development opportunities for Educational Programsâ academic administrators, faculty leaders, faculty, and staff.

⢠Focuses on institutional effectiveness

The Executive Vice President is a leader who ensures that the college effectively implements its planning processes for Educational Programs in alignment with college policies and accreditation standards, and relies on the routine assessment of progress and an ongoing cycle of data-informed improvement.

⢠Communicates effectively

The Executive Vice President is a visionary educational leader who possesses exceptional interpersonal, written and oral communication skills, and uses those skills to advance the collegeâs Educational Master Plan and programmatic efforts and initiatives across Educational Programs.

⢠Five years increasingly responsible experience working with college instructional programs and student support programs and services in an administrative and/or faculty leadership capacity.

⢠Earned doctorate from an accredited institution.

Salary & Personnel Benefits:

The current salary range for the Executive Vice President, Educational Programs position is Salary Table 30, Range 173, $156,714-$177,333, plus an earned doctoral bonus of $3,042.80. This position will increase one step each year and has the potential to reach the current maximum step of $190,963. Starting salary is commensurate with full-time related, paid experience. In addition to salary, each full-time employee participates in a âcafeteria styleâ Health & Welfare Benefits Program.

Application Deadline/Screening:

Completed online applications must be submitted by Monday, November 26, 2018 @ 11:59 PM PST. The anticipated start date is July 1, 2019.

Required Application Documents: (The following required documents must be submitted electronically via the online application system.)

1. Online District Application form @ https://jobs.sbcc.edu

2. A cover letter of no more than five pages that describes how you meet each of the desired characteristics described in this position announcement.

3. A current resume including educational background, professional experience, professional activities, and any other experience pertinent to this position.

4. Within the online application is a required supplemental question on diversity. The committee will be reviewing your answer as part of the screening process. Please take your time and answer the question thoroughly.

5. Copy of an unofficial college/university transcript, which verify minimum qualifications.

Transcripts must show the degree title and the date the degree was conferred or the degree will not be considered for the purpose of determining if you meet minimum qualifications. If the qualifying degree has yet to be conferred and you expect to have the degree before you begin employment, you must submit transcripts that state the title of the degree you are working toward obtaining and indicate the anticipated completion date in your response to the associated supplemental question provided during the application process. Diplomas will not be accepted in lieu of transcripts. An official copy of your transcripts will be required upon being hired. Educational Administrators will not be allowed to start working until official transcripts have been received.

6. If claiming equivalency, attach a separate statement in the âDocuments Needed To Applyâ section entitled âEquivalencyâ in the online application. The statement presents the basis for this claim and submit supporting evidence, e.g. transcripts, publications, other documents.

7. Foreign Transcript: Transcripts issued outside the United States require a course-by-course analysis with an equivalency statement from an official USA certified transcript evaluation service verifying the degree equivalency to that of an accredited institution within the USA. This report must be attached to the online application. NOTE: If you have completed coursework at a foreign institution that is not recognized as accredited by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) or the U.S. Department of Education, you must include a full evaluation of the foreign transcript with your application materials if you wish for us to consider the coursework. To search for institutions that are recognized as accredited by CHEA or the U.S. Department of Education, visit http://www.chea.org/search/search.asp or http://ope.ed.gov/accreditation/search.aspx. For a list of recognized organizations providing transcript evaluation services, visit http://www.naces.org/members.htm.

8. Letters of reference are not required for this recruitment. Please do not submit reference letters within your online application.

9. Within the online application, there is a required section to list six professional references with titles and current phone numbers (office, cell, and home numbers). References must include at least one faculty member, one classified employee and one management employee. These references will be contacted if you are selected as a finalist for the position. These references should be able to critically assess your work qualifications and job performance.

Additional Instructions:

If you experience technical difficulties attaching any of your documents electronically, please contact Human Resources for instructions. If you do not have a scanner, there are commercial facilities available to assist you with this process. All required documents must be submitted with your electronic application by the application deadline or your application will be considered incomplete and will not be considered.

Application Procedure:

To be considered for this position, a complete online application including all required application documents (listed above) must be submitted via https://jobs.sbcc.edu by the application deadline (please see instructions to applicants). It is important that the online District Application form (Item #1) be complete and specific to fully indicate education, experience and other qualifications of the applicant. âSee Resumeâ is not acceptable.

If you apply for more than one position, copies of all the required documents must be attached separately for each position. Applications and all documents submitted become the property of SBCC and are retained electronically.

Please Note: You will receive a confirmation number when your complete application has been successfully submitted online.

Selection Procedure:

Online applications will be initially reviewed by the selection committee, who will recommend candidates for personal interviews at SBCC. An in-person interview is preferred for selected applicants. After the initial interviews have been conducted, the committee will identify the candidates who are best qualified for the position. The hiring supervisor and the Superintendent/President will interview the finalists, conduct reference checks, and make the final selection recommendation to the Board of Trustees.

Please Note: Santa Barbara City College regrets that applicants cannot be reimbursed for expenses related to the application or interview process, including travel expenses.

Accommodation for Applicants with Disabilities:

If you are selected for an interview and need special services or facilities to participate in the interview, please contact Human Resources. Reasonable accommodation will be provided for applicants with disabilities who self-disclose.

General Requirements to be submitted Upon Offer of Employment:

⢠Satisfactory fingerprint report and a completed tuberculosis risk assessment.

⢠Documentation verifying identity and United States citizenship or authorization that you have the right to work in the United States permanently and do not now or in the future require sponsorship by Santa Barbara City College or other hiring institutions.

⢠Official transcripts conferring college degrees indicated on the employment application.

Working Conditions of Employment:

The work environment and physical demands described here are representative of those required by an employee to perform the essential functions of this job successfully. Â Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Environment:

Office Environment.

Frequent interruptions.

Driving a vehicle to conduct work.

Physical Demands:

Regular operation of a computer keyboard and other standard office equipment.

Reading a variety of materials.

Ability to remain in a stationary position (sitting or standing) for extended periods of time.

Communicating and expressing oneself clearly on a variety of topics in conversation with, and in presentations to, staff, students, and Board of Trustees and community members.

Hearing and speaking to exchange information.

Bending at the waist, kneeling, or crouching.

Mobility to reach various campus locations.

Reaching overhead, above the shoulders, and horizontally.

Lifting, carrying, pushing or pulling moderately heavy objects as assigned by the position.

For all openings, deadlines, and link to online application, please visit our website at: https://jobs.sbcc.edu

Santa Barbara City College,

721 Cliff Drive, Santa Barbara, CA 93109-2394

(805) 965-0581 Ext. 2258

Interviews by Invitation Only

SBCC is an equal opportunity employer committed to nondiscrimination on the basis of national origin, religion, age, gender, gender identity, gender expression, race, ethnicity, color, medical condition, genetic information, ancestry, sexual orientation, marital status, physical or mental disability, pregnancy, military and veteran status, or because he/she is perceived to have one or more of the foregoing characteristics, or based on association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics, consistent with applicable federal and state laws. Reasonable accommodation will be provided for applicants with disabilities who self-disclose.

Executive Vice President, Educational Programs

Please apply at https://jobs.sbcc.edu

A message from Dr. Anthony E. Beebe, Superintendent/President, Santa Barbara City College -

Santa Barbara City College has created a unique academic culture, which has been recognized with numerous accolades and awards. This includes the 2013 Aspen Award for Community College Excellence in, among other things, increased levels of access and success for marginalized and low-income students.

I highlight to you the profound commitment the College has to academic excellence, diversity, equity, and inclusion among our faculty, staff, and students. As a community, we believe that diversity comes in many forms. We understand that individuals are multidimensional, shaped by the intersections of a variety of life experiences and factors. We recognize and challenge the inequities that stem from the complex world in which we live and embrace the many facets of people that make up our wonderful College.

Consequently, we seek College employees who will take responsibility for equitable outcomes and successful pathways for our students. We seek staff and faculty to join our community and embrace our commitments.

Situated between the Santa Ynez Mountains and the Pacific Ocean, Santa Barbara is a coastal city of 91,000 people renowned as a cultural and educational center. Residents have access to two highly regarded educational institutions that are considered to be community gems: Santa Barbara City College and the University of California, Santa Barbara. The cityâs trademark early California architecture, abundant flora, and moderate year-round climate make for a unique and unmatched locale in which to study, work, and live.

SBCC currently serves approximately 17,500 credit and 7,200 noncredit students each semester who enroll in courses for transfer preparation, career education, and foundational skills. The collegeâs highest priority is to help students achieve their educational goals. A central component of the SBCC culture is to champion the philosophical underpinnings of student equity, educational success, goal attainment, and opportunity for all.

Thanks to support from the community through the passage of Measure V, recent capital construction projects completed on the Main Campus include the modernization of the Drama Music building, which houses the Garvin Theatre, a central hub with offerings open to the community, as well as the Humanities Building, and the West Campus Center. Plans are underway for the refurbishment of the Campus Center, an anchor point housing the Office of Student Life and co-curricular activities, along with Food Services and the Culinary Arts Program.

Vision Statement:

Santa Barbara City College strives to build a socially conscious community where knowledge and respect empower individuals to transform our world.

Mission Statement:

As a public community college dedicated to the success of each studentâ¦

Santa Barbara City College provides students a diverse learning environment that inspires curiosity and discovery, promotes global responsibility, and fosters opportunity for all.

College Facts (as of Fall 2017)

⢠Instruction, administrative, and support services are provided by 244 full-time faculty, 532 adjunct faculty, 244 School of Extended Learning faculty, and 357 full-time staff and management.

⢠Santa Barbara City College currently enrolls approximately 17,457 students, the majority of whom are from racially diverse populations as follows: African American/Black â 3.3%; American Indian/Alaskan Native â 0.4%; Asian/Filipino/Pacific Islander â 8.3%; Hispanic/Latinx â 39.8%; two or more races â 4.4%; Unknown â 1.9% and White â 41.5%.

⢠31.6% of SBCCâs students are under age 19, 32% are between the ages 20 and 24, 22% are between the ages of 25 and 39, and 14.4% are 40 or older.

⢠33.2% of SBCCâs students attend full time (12 units or more), and 66.8% of SBCC students attend part-time.

⢠In 2009, SBCC gained the status of Hispanic Serving Institution, which among other benefits, made us eligible to apply for federal grants geared toward strengthening institutional capacity and building programs to increase the success of Hispanic and other underrepresented students.

⢠The College recently adopted the Umoja program, a transfer success program geared toward African-American and other black students.

⢠The College was selected as one of the 20 statewide pilot colleges to implement âGuided Pathways.â This initiative will transform the way colleges prepare and adapt to better serve students.

⢠In 2018, Santa Barbara City College celebrates 100 years of Adult Education in the Santa Barbara community.

Located on Californiaâs picturesque south coast, Santa Barbara City College (SBCC) was established by the Santa Barbara High School District in 1909, making it one of the oldest community colleges in California. The main campus sits on a 74 acre bluff on the Santa Barbara Mesa overlooking the harbor and Pacific Ocean. The Schott and Wake campuses are located conveniently nearby in the community.

SBCC is ranked as one of the best community colleges in the nation. In 2013, the college was awarded the Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence, validating the collegeâs vision and mission:

STRENGTHS

⢠SBCC has outstanding faculty and staff, as well as a diverse and engaged student population. The collegeâs well-earned reputation for innovation and excellence has resulted in numerous awards:

⢠California Community College Board of Governors Exemplary Program Award

⢠2018 â SBCC Express to Success Program

⢠Excelencia in Education

⢠2014 - National winner for SBCC Express to Success Program (for increasing achievement for Latino students in the associate degree category)

⢠Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence, Aspen Institute

2013 - Co-winner (for outstanding student outcomes achievement in completion, learning and equity)

2011 - Top Ten Finalist

⢠California Community Colleges Chancellorâs Award for Best Practices in Student Equity

⢠2012 - SBCC Express to Success Program (accelerated curriculum primarily for underrepresented and underserved students)

⢠American Library Association

⢠2011 - Excellence in Academic Libraries' national winner in the community college category (for focus on community outreach and student learning)

⢠Academic Senate for California Community Collegesâ Exemplary Program Awards

⢠Six past program recipients

SBCCâs academic programs and student support services have earned a strong reputation in the community, region, and state, as evidenced by the myriad of awards it has received honoring the fine work of its faculty, staff, administrators, and students. The college has a well-established governance structure, as well as successful partnerships with the University of California, Santa Barbara, and California State University, Channel Islands. The college was reaccredited in 2016 through the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJC).

October 18, 2018

Application Deadline: Completed online applications must be submitted by Monday, November 26, 2018 @ 11:59 PM PST. The anticipated start date is July 1, 2019.

Essential Functions and Duties of Position

BASIC FUNCTION:

The position reports directly to the Superintendent/President and is responsible for all aspects of teaching, learning, and student support services for the institution. The Executive Vice President works collaboratively with the other members of the Presidentâs Cabinet to support and foster educational innovation, programmatic excellence, and institutional commitment to student access, equity, and success. The Executive Vice President has responsibility for the overall design, organization, delivery, supervision, fiscal management, and evaluation of academic programs and student support services, and associated planning to advance the mission of the college to improve student success and institutional effectiveness. The Executive Vice President, Educational Programs, serves as SBCCâs chief instructional and student services leader.

The successful candidate for this position will be someone who understands SBCCâs opportunities and challenges, and who has demonstrated the desired characteristics that will support and guide the college in successfully meeting those opportunities and challenges going forward.

REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES:

⢠Plan, organize, control and direct Educational Programs, operations, and activities including District-wide instructional and student services support divisions, departments, programs, services and activities; provide College-wide leadership, vision and oversight for academic and student support programs and priorities, policy development, and strategic planning; promote teaching and learning as the core function of the institution.

⢠Ensures educational programs and breadth of student support services effectively meet the educational needs of students. Serves as the collegeâs chief instructional and chief student services officer.

⢠Provide leadership and vision to strengthen existing and implement new career technical and transfer programs leading to degrees and certificates; basic skills curricula; noncredit career development and college preparation programs; and the community service lifelong learning program.

⢠Coordinate and direct courses, curriculum, student support services and programs, fiscal functions, meetings, communications, information, resources and personnel to meet student needs and enhance the educational effectiveness of the College; direct the development and implementation of instructional and student support programs and services; plans strategies, processes, systems, projects, courses, goals, events and objectives; establish, develop, implement and schedule classes and other instructional and student support program and service activities.

⢠Provide leadership, mentoring, appropriate delegation, and professional development to the Deans and department chairs. Support and foster professional growth and development of faculty. Supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned administrators and personnel; interview and select employees and recommend transfers, reassignment, termination and disciplinary actions; coordinate subordinate work assignments and review work to assure compliance with established standards, requirements, and procedures; assure employee understanding of established requirements. Oversee and participate in (as appropriate) the recruitment, selection, and development of classified and academic personnel.

⢠Provide guidance to and receive input from faculty organizations on matters relating to the instructional and student service programs; promote the inclusion of students in the participatory governance process.

⢠Direct and assist subordinate administrators in the identification, analysis, design and implementation of program, curriculum, and policy initiatives; coordinate instructional and student support programs and activities to assure compliance with established curriculum standards and requirements which will enhance teaching, learning, and student success; direct and participate in developing and maintaining curriculum standards, enhancing enrollment and meeting the educational needs and goals of students. Support and foster innovation within the educational and student support programs.

⢠Coordinate instructional and student support programs, services, communications, activities, projects, curriculum development, and information between administrators, faculty, personnel, community resources, outside organizations, students, the public and various local, State and federal agencies; assure proper and timely resolution of Educational Programs and related student, staff, faculty, administrative, program and service issues, complaints, problems and conflicts.

⢠Direct staff development functions to assure faculty understanding of curriculum standards and requirements, instructional, and student development strategies and related materials; coordinate and direct the development, implementation, and conducting of training sessions to facilitate and enhance faculty and student support staff understanding of related principles, standards, guidelines, requirements, practices, procedures, and techniques.

⢠Implement assessment, evaluation, and planning processes (i.e., program review, learning outcomes, Educational Master Plan strategic directions and goals) for the institutionâs academic and student support programs. Provide leadership in the convening, charge, and work of campus committees and task forces related to educational and student support programs.

⢠Coordinate, attend, conduct, and chair various meetings, committees, councils, teams, conferences, and special events as assigned; prepare and deliver oral presentations concerning instructional and student support operations, activities, programs, services, and courses; prepare agenda items as needed; attend and participate in collective bargaining sessions and negotiations as directed.

⢠Develop and prepare the annual preliminary budget for Educational Programs; analyze and review budgetary and financial data; control and authorize expenditures in accordance with established limitations; direct financial functions to assure fiscal accountability and solvency; evaluate enrollment data to determine appropriate spending priorities; direct and participate in researching, obtaining and maintaining grants and other funding sources; prepare related proposals and documents. Provide sound fiscal planning and oversight in the development and management of the instructional and student services budgets and assume overall responsibility for effective resource allocations in support of the institutionâs mission and Educational Master Plan. Provide leadership in the planning and implementation of categorically funded initiatives. Provide leadership in the planning and implementation of externally funded grant programs. Monitor and analyze instructional and student support operations and activities for educational and financial effectiveness and operational efficiency; direct the research, development and implementation of standards, programs, services, policies, systems, and procedures to meet student needs and enhance the educational and financial effectiveness and operational efficiency of instructional and student support operations and activities.

⢠Research, compile and analyze student, enrollment, class, attendance, and other instructional information and data; direct and participate in the preparation and maintenance of a variety of records, reports and files related to programs, services, personnel, students, accountability, attendance, budgets, financial activity and assigned duties; assure mandated reports are submitted to appropriate local, state or federal agency according to established timelines.

⢠Assure adequate resources and personnel to meet the instructional and student support needs of the College; direct the procurement and purchasing of needed supplies and equipment; initiate personnel transactions such as hiring activities as appropriate.

⢠Direct consultation and advisement services concerning Educational Programs; advise and assure students, personnel, administrators, outside agencies, and the public are provided with technical, accurate and timely assistance and information concerning related programs, services, divisions, departments, courses, curriculum, schedules, timelines, standards, requirements, goals, objectives, services, timelines, processes, laws, codes, regulations, policies, and procedures.

⢠Establish and maintain instructional and student support program and service timelines and priorities; assure related activities comply with established college, state and federal standards, requirements, laws, codes, rules, regulations, policies and procedures. Ensure compliance with all state and federal laws and regulations (including Education Code and Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations), accreditation standards, district policies, grant requirements, and collective bargaining agreements.

⢠Plan and direct effective instructional programming including room utilization, instructor load, student enrollment, retention, and completion. Develop enrollment management strategies aligned with the goals of the institution.

⢠Supervise the publication of the collegeâs schedule of classes, catalog, and instructional and student support services information content of the college website.

⢠Maintain currency in educational and student support research and emerging trends and effective practices, and local, state and federal programs, laws, codes, regulations, and pending legislature related to instructional and student support program and service operations and activities; oversee the modification of programs, services, policies, and procedures to meet State and federal requirements as needed.

⢠Establish and maintain productive liaisons with local high school districts, business and community representatives and organizations, and regional four-year institutions, as participants in the planning, development, and modification of curriculum and programs. Communicate with administrators, personnel and outside organizations to exchange information, coordinate activities and programs and resolve issues or concerns.

⢠Provide technical information and assistance to the Superintendent/President regarding instructional and student support divisions, departments, programs, services, activities, needs, and issues; assist in the formulation and development of policies, procedures, and programs; collaborate with other administrators in identifying classes appropriate for transferring to credit mode.

⢠Operate a variety of office equipment including a computer and assigned software; drive a vehicle to conduct work; oversee and assure proper development, maintenance and modification of instructional and student support computer systems.

⢠Serve as the acting President in the absence of the administrator as directed

OTHER DUTIES:

Perform related duties as assigned.

Knowledge and Abilities

KNOWLEDGE OF:

⢠Mission, goals and purpose of the community college.

⢠Planning, organization and direction of Educational Programs operations and activities including instructional and student support divisions, departments, programs, services, and activities. Curriculum standards, requirements, interpretation, application, development, and implementation in instructional and student support divisions, departments, programs, and services.

⢠Institutional research models and methodologies.

⢠College, State and federal standards and requirements governing Educational Programs.

⢠Legislation and educational trends pertinent to community college instructional and student support service philosophy and practice.

⢠Instructional and student development techniques and strategies related to College programs and services.

⢠Educational policy development and strategic planning in a college environment.

⢠Principles, practices, procedures, and techniques involved in the development and implementation of curriculum standards, and instructional and student development and support programs, services, plans, strategies, processes, systems, projects, courses, goals, events, and objectives leading to student success.

⢠Leadership principles and practices of administration, supervision, and training.

⢠Participatory approaches to governance.

⢠Foundational programs such as basic skills and English as a Second Language.

⢠Policies and objectives of assigned programs and activities.

⢠College District organization, operations, policies and objectives.

⢠Sound fiscal planning in the development and management of the budget maximizing human, fiscal, and physical resources. Executive Vice President-Educational Programs - Continued Page 5 March Ability to communicate effectively in writing and orally.

⢠Public relations practices, procedures, techniques, and terminology.

⢠Applicable State and federal laws, codes, regulations, policies, and procedures.

⢠Methods of respectful and sensitive communication with individuals who are diverse in their cultures, language groups, and abilities. Interpersonal skills using tact, patience, and courtesy. Operation of a computer and assigned software. Public speaking techniques.

ABILITY TO:

⢠Plan, organize, control and direct Educational Programs operations and activities including District-wide instructional and student support divisions, departments, programs, and services.

⢠Provide leadership of the highest ethics demonstrated by making principal-based decisions inspiring trust in others.

⢠Provide leadership and vision to strengthen and implement new and existing career, occupational, and transfer programs leading to certificates and degrees.

⢠Provide leadership and mentoring to academic administrators and faculty and staff leaders through activities supported by transparency and data.

⢠Exercise sound independent judgment.

⢠Coordinate and direct courses, curriculum, fiscal functions, meetings, communications, information, resources and personnel to meet student needs and enhance the educational effectiveness of the College.

⢠Supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned administrators and personnel. Foster professional growth and development of subordinate administrators and staff.

⢠Provide College-wide leadership, vision, and oversight for instructional and student support services and programs, policy development, and strategic planning.

⢠Work as an executive team member dedicated to the collaborative goal of integrating instruction and student support services to create and maintain a supportive and effective teaching and learning environment.

⢠Direct the innovation, development and implementation of instructional and student support programs, services, plans, strategies, processes, systems, projects, courses, goals, events, and objectives.

⢠Assist subordinate administrators in the identification, analysis, design and implementation of program, curriculum, student development, and policy initiatives.

⢠Direct and participate in developing and maintaining curriculum standards and best practices in student development, enhancing enrollment and meeting the educational needs and goals of students. Assure proper and timely resolution of Educational Programs and related student, staff, faculty, administrative, program and service issues, complaints, problems, and conflicts.

⢠Solve problems creatively and maintain the institutionâs commitment to an inclusive process of problem solving.

⢠Communicate effectively orally and in writing with a positive and professional demeanor, exemplifying one who is emotionally balanced, approachable, and receptive to suggestions and construction criticism. Interpret, apply and explain rules, regulations, policies and procedures.

⢠Create and maintain a high level of employee morale to achieve consensus while demonstrating an understanding of and sensitivity to the diverse academic, socioeconomic, ethnic, cultural, disability, sexual orientation, and religious backgrounds of community college students.

⢠Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with others.

⢠Operate a computer and assigned office equipment.

⢠Analyze situations accurately and adopt an effective course of action.

⢠Meet schedules and timelines. Work independently with little direction.

⢠Plan and organize work.

⢠Prepare comprehensive narrative and statistical reports.

⢠Direct the maintenance of a variety of reports, records, and files related to assigned activities.

Qualifications

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Candidates must possess the minimum qualifications for the discipline as approved by the California Community Colleges Board of Governors and defined in the Minimum Qualifications for Faculty and Administrators in California Community Colleges handbook.

The candidate must meet the following criteria:

1. Possession of a masterâs degree;Â AND

One year of formal training, internship, or leadership experience reasonably related to the administratorâs administrative assignment; OR

2. Combination of education and other accomplishments that is equivalent to the above. (If claiming equivalency, attach a separate statement that presents the basis for this claim and submit supporting evidence, e.g., transcripts, publications, and other work products.)

3. Evidence of a sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, culture, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students, faculty and staff.

If the title of your degree as stated on your transcripts does not exactly match one of the degree titles listed in the minimum qualifications, you must complete an equivalency statement and attach it in the âEquivalency fieldâ under the documents needed to apply. Degree titles that are not an exact match will not be considered outside of the equivalency process.

SBCC is committed to hiring and retaining employees who reflect the rich diversity of its student body and communities, and to equal opportunity and access in all of its employment, programs and services. SBCC is dedicated to a policy of nondiscrimination and as such, is an equal opportunity employer. Veterans and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

SBCCÂ will consider the following nine characteristics in its selection of the Executive Vice President, Educational Programs:

⢠Committed to student access, equity, inclusion, and success

The Executive Vice President is a leader whose commitment to student access, equity, inclusion, and success has been demonstrated through educational initiatives and strategies that have resulted in strengthening the learning experiences and outcomes for students.

⢠Understands and commits to Guided Pathways

The Executive Vice President is a leader who understands and is committed to the Four Pillars of Guided Pathways, moving the institution forward comprehensively in each of the pillar areas.

⢠Takes strategic risks

The Executive Vice President is a leader who is committed to identifying gaps in the institutionâs Educational Programs division and uses those results to inspire change to improve student success.

⢠Builds strong teams

The Executive Vice President is a leader who combines ethics and honesty with strong collaborative decision-making skills, and who advocates for and applies collegial consultation processes to create a common commitment to and focus on students.

⢠Establishes urgency for improvement

The Executive Vice President is a leader who works to establish and maintain a healthy sense of urgency among the Educational Programsâ faculty and staff about uniting and enhancing the collegeâs varied programs and initiatives to accomplish the common goal of improving student success.

⢠Plans lasting internal change

The Executive Vice President is a leader who ensures that the culture of Educational Programs is dedicated to studentsâ attainment of their educational goals, continuous strengthening of the teaching/learning process and student support services, and growth for students, faculty and staff.

⢠Mentors others

The Executive Vice President is a leader who initiates, advocates for, and provides ongoing professional development opportunities for Educational Programsâ academic administrators, faculty leaders, faculty, and staff.

⢠Focuses on institutional effectiveness

The Executive Vice President is a leader who ensures that the college effectively implements its planning processes for Educational Programs in alignment with college policies and accreditation standards, and relies on the routine assessment of progress and an ongoing cycle of data-informed improvement.

⢠Communicates effectively

The Executive Vice President is a visionary educational leader who possesses exceptional interpersonal, written and oral communication skills, and uses those skills to advance the collegeâs Educational Master Plan and programmatic efforts and initiatives across Educational Programs.

⢠Five years increasingly responsible experience working with college instructional programs and student support programs and services in an administrative and/or faculty leadership capacity.

⢠Earned doctorate from an accredited institution.

Salary & Personnel Benefits:

The current salary range for the Executive Vice President, Educational Programs position is Salary Table 30, Range 173, $156,714-$177,333, plus an earned doctoral bonus of $3,042.80. This position will increase one step each year and has the potential to reach the current maximum step of $190,963. Starting salary is commensurate with full-time related, paid experience. In addition to salary, each full-time employee participates in a âcafeteria styleâ Health & Welfare Benefits Program.

Application Deadline/Screening:

Completed online applications must be submitted by Monday, November 26, 2018 @ 11:59 PM PST. The anticipated start date is July 1, 2019.

Required Application Documents: (The following required documents must be submitted electronically via the online application system.)

1. Online District Application form @ https://jobs.sbcc.edu

2. A cover letter of no more than five pages that describes how you meet each of the desired characteristics described in this position announcement.

3. A current resume including educational background, professional experience, professional activities, and any other experience pertinent to this position.

4. Within the online application is a required supplemental question on diversity. The committee will be reviewing your answer as part of the screening process. Please take your time and answer the question thoroughly.

5. Copy of an unofficial college/university transcript, which verify minimum qualifications.

Transcripts must show the degree title and the date the degree was conferred or the degree will not be considered for the purpose of determining if you meet minimum qualifications. If the qualifying degree has yet to be conferred and you expect to have the degree before you begin employment, you must submit transcripts that state the title of the degree you are working toward obtaining and indicate the anticipated completion date in your response to the associated supplemental question provided during the application process. Diplomas will not be accepted in lieu of transcripts. An official copy of your transcripts will be required upon being hired. Educational Administrators will not be allowed to start working until official transcripts have been received.

6. If claiming equivalency, attach a separate statement in the âDocuments Needed To Applyâ section entitled âEquivalencyâ in the online application. The statement presents the basis for this claim and submit supporting evidence, e.g. transcripts, publications, other documents.

7. Foreign Transcript: Transcripts issued outside the United States require a course-by-course analysis with an equivalency statement from an official USA certified transcript evaluation service verifying the degree equivalency to that of an accredited institution within the USA. This report must be attached to the online application. NOTE: If you have completed coursework at a foreign institution that is not recognized as accredited by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) or the U.S. Department of Education, you must include a full evaluation of the foreign transcript with your application materials if you wish for us to consider the coursework. To search for institutions that are recognized as accredited by CHEA or the U.S. Department of Education, visit http://www.chea.org/search/search.asp or http://ope.ed.gov/accreditation/search.aspx. For a list of recognized organizations providing transcript evaluation services, visit http://www.naces.org/members.htm.

8. Letters of reference are not required for this recruitment. Please do not submit reference letters within your online application.

9. Within the online application, there is a required section to list six professional references with titles and current phone numbers (office, cell, and home numbers). References must include at least one faculty member, one classified employee and one management employee. These references will be contacted if you are selected as a finalist for the position. These references should be able to critically assess your work qualifications and job performance.

Additional Instructions:

If you experience technical difficulties attaching any of your documents electronically, please contact Human Resources for instructions. If you do not have a scanner, there are commercial facilities available to assist you with this process. All required documents must be submitted with your electronic application by the application deadline or your application will be considered incomplete and will not be considered.

Application Procedure:

To be considered for this position, a complete online application including all required application documents (listed above) must be submitted via https://jobs.sbcc.edu by the application deadline (please see instructions to applicants). It is important that the online District Application form (Item #1) be complete and specific to fully indicate education, experience and other qualifications of the applicant. âSee Resumeâ is not acceptable.

If you apply for more than one position, copies of all the required documents must be attached separately for each position. Applications and all documents submitted become the property of SBCC and are retained electronically.

Please Note: You will receive a confirmation number when your complete application has been successfully submitted online.

Selection Procedure:

Online applications will be initially reviewed by the selection committee, who will recommend candidates for personal interviews at SBCC. An in-person interview is preferred for selected applicants. After the initial interviews have been conducted, the committee will identify the candidates who are best qualified for the position. The hiring supervisor and the Superintendent/President will interview the finalists, conduct reference checks, and make the final selection recommendation to the Board of Trustees.

Please Note: Santa Barbara City College regrets that applicants cannot be reimbursed for expenses related to the application or interview process, including travel expenses.

Accommodation for Applicants with Disabilities:

If you are selected for an interview and need special services or facilities to participate in the interview, please contact Human Resources. Reasonable accommodation will be provided for applicants with disabilities who self-disclose.

General Requirements to be submitted Upon Offer of Employment:

⢠Satisfactory fingerprint report and a completed tuberculosis risk assessment.

⢠Documentation verifying identity and United States citizenship or authorization that you have the right to work in the United States permanently and do not now or in the future require sponsorship by Santa Barbara City College or other hiring institutions.

⢠Official transcripts conferring college degrees indicated on the employment application.

Working Conditions of Employment:

The work environment and physical demands described here are representative of those required by an employee to perform the essential functions of this job successfully. Â Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Environment:

Office Environment.

Frequent interruptions.

Driving a vehicle to conduct work.

Physical Demands:

Regular operation of a computer keyboard and other standard office equipment.

Reading a variety of materials.

Ability to remain in a stationary position (sitting or standing) for extended periods of time.

Communicating and expressing oneself clearly on a variety of topics in conversation with, and in presentations to, staff, students, and Board of Trustees and community members.

Hearing and speaking to exchange information.

Bending at the waist, kneeling, or crouching.

Mobility to reach various campus locations.

Reaching overhead, above the shoulders, and horizontally.

Lifting, carrying, pushing or pulling moderately heavy objects as assigned by the position.

For all openings, deadlines, and link to online application, please visit our website at: https://jobs.sbcc.edu

Santa Barbara City College,

721 Cliff Drive, Santa Barbara, CA 93109-2394

(805) 965-0581 Ext. 2258

Interviews by Invitation Only

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Executive Vice President, Educational Programs

Please apply at https://jobs.sbcc.edu

A message from Dr. Anthony E. Beebe, Superintendent/President, Santa Barbara City College -

Santa Barbara City College has created a unique academic culture, which has been recognized with numerous accolades and awards. This includes the 2013 Aspen Award for Community College Excellence in, among other things, increased levels of access and success for marginalized and low-income students.

I highlight to you the profound commitment the College has to academic excellence, diversity, equity, and inclusion among our faculty, staff, and students. As a community, we believe that diversity comes in many forms. We understand that individuals are multidimensional, shaped by the intersections of a variety of life experiences and factors. We recognize and challenge the inequities that stem from the complex world in which we live and embrace the many facets of people that make up our wonderful College.

Consequently, we seek College employees who will take responsibility for equitable outcomes and successful pathways for our students. We seek staff and faculty to join our community and embrace our commitments.

Situated between the Santa Ynez Mountains and the Pacific Ocean, Santa Barbara is a coastal city of 91,000 people renowned as a cultural and educational center. Residents have access to two highly regarded educational institutions that are considered to be community gems: Santa Barbara City College and the University of California, Santa Barbara. The cityâs trademark early California architecture, abundant flora, and moderate year-round climate make for a unique and unmatched locale in which to study, work, and live.

SBCC currently serves approximately 17,500 credit and 7,200 noncredit students each semester who enroll in courses for transfer preparation, career education, and foundational skills. The collegeâs highest priority is to help students achieve their educational goals. A central component of the SBCC culture is to champion the philosophical underpinnings of student equity, educational success, goal attainment, and opportunity for all.

Thanks to support from the community through the passage of Measure V, recent capital construction projects completed on the Main Campus include the modernization of the Drama Music building, which houses the Garvin Theatre, a central hub with offerings open to the community, as well as the Humanities Building, and the West Campus Center. Plans are underway for the refurbishment of the Campus Center, an anchor point housing the Office of Student Life and co-curricular activities, along with Food Services and the Culinary Arts Program.

Vision Statement:

Santa Barbara City College strives to build a socially conscious community where knowledge and respect empower individuals to transform our world.

Mission Statement:

As a public community college dedicated to the success of each studentâ¦

Santa Barbara City College provides students a diverse learning environment that inspires curiosity and discovery, promotes global responsibility, and fosters opportunity for all.

College Facts (as of Fall 2017)

⢠Instruction, administrative, and support services are provided by 244 full-time faculty, 532 adjunct faculty, 244 School of Extended Learning faculty, and 357 full-time staff and management.

⢠Santa Barbara City College currently enrolls approximately 17,457 students, the majority of whom are from racially diverse populations as follows: African American/Black â 3.3%; American Indian/Alaskan Native â 0.4%; Asian/Filipino/Pacific Islander â 8.3%; Hispanic/Latinx â 39.8%; two or more races â 4.4%; Unknown â 1.9% and White â 41.5%.

⢠31.6% of SBCCâs students are under age 19, 32% are between the ages 20 and 24, 22% are between the ages of 25 and 39, and 14.4% are 40 or older.

⢠33.2% of SBCCâs students attend full time (12 units or more), and 66.8% of SBCC students attend part-time.

⢠In 2009, SBCC gained the status of Hispanic Serving Institution, which among other benefits, made us eligible to apply for federal grants geared toward strengthening institutional capacity and building programs to increase the success of Hispanic and other underrepresented students.

⢠The College recently adopted the Umoja program, a transfer success program geared toward African-American and other black students.

⢠The College was selected as one of the 20 statewide pilot colleges to implement âGuided Pathways.â This initiative will transform the way colleges prepare and adapt to better serve students.

⢠In 2018, Santa Barbara City College celebrates 100 years of Adult Education in the Santa Barbara community.

Located on Californiaâs picturesque south coast, Santa Barbara City College (SBCC) was established by the Santa Barbara High School District in 1909, making it one of the oldest community colleges in California. The main campus sits on a 74 acre bluff on the Santa Barbara Mesa overlooking the harbor and Pacific Ocean. The Schott and Wake campuses are located conveniently nearby in the community.

SBCC is ranked as one of the best community colleges in the nation. In 2013, the college was awarded the Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence, validating the collegeâs vision and mission:

STRENGTHS

⢠SBCC has outstanding faculty and staff, as well as a diverse and engaged student population. The collegeâs well-earned reputation for innovation and excellence has resulted in numerous awards:

⢠California Community College Board of Governors Exemplary Program Award

⢠2018 â SBCC Express to Success Program

⢠Excelencia in Education

⢠2014 - National winner for SBCC Express to Success Program (for increasing achievement for Latino students in the associate degree category)

⢠Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence, Aspen Institute

2013 - Co-winner (for outstanding student outcomes achievement in completion, learning and equity)

2011 - Top Ten Finalist

⢠California Community Colleges Chancellorâs Award for Best Practices in Student Equity

⢠2012 - SBCC Express to Success Program (accelerated curriculum primarily for underrepresented and underserved students)

⢠American Library Association

⢠2011 - Excellence in Academic Libraries' national winner in the community college category (for focus on community outreach and student learning)

⢠Academic Senate for California Community Collegesâ Exemplary Program Awards

⢠Six past program recipients

SBCCâs academic programs and student support services have earned a strong reputation in the community, region, and state, as evidenced by the myriad of awards it has received honoring the fine work of its faculty, staff, administrators, and students. The college has a well-established governance structure, as well as successful partnerships with the University of California, Santa Barbara, and California State University, Channel Islands. The college was reaccredited in 2016 through the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJC).

October 18, 2018

Application Deadline: Completed online applications must be submitted by Monday, November 26, 2018 @ 11:59 PM PST. The anticipated start date is July 1, 2019.

Essential Functions and Duties of Position

BASIC FUNCTION:

The position reports directly to the Superintendent/President and is responsible for all aspects of teaching, learning, and student support services for the institution. The Executive Vice President works collaboratively with the other members of the Presidentâs Cabinet to support and foster educational innovation, programmatic excellence, and institutional commitment to student access, equity, and success. The Executive Vice President has responsibility for the overall design, organization, delivery, supervision, fiscal management, and evaluation of academic programs and student support services, and associated planning to advance the mission of the college to improve student success and institutional effectiveness. The Executive Vice President, Educational Programs, serves as SBCCâs chief instructional and student services leader.

The successful candidate for this position will be someone who understands SBCCâs opportunities and challenges, and who has demonstrated the desired characteristics that will support and guide the college in successfully meeting those opportunities and challenges going forward.

REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES:

⢠Plan, organize, control and direct Educational Programs, operations, and activities including District-wide instructional and student services support divisions, departments, programs, services and activities; provide College-wide leadership, vision and oversight for academic and student support programs and priorities, policy development, and strategic planning; promote teaching and learning as the core function of the institution.

⢠Ensures educational programs and breadth of student support services effectively meet the educational needs of students. Serves as the collegeâs chief instructional and chief student services officer.

⢠Provide leadership and vision to strengthen existing and implement new career technical and transfer programs leading to degrees and certificates; basic skills curricula; noncredit career development and college preparation programs; and the community service lifelong learning program.

⢠Coordinate and direct courses, curriculum, student support services and programs, fiscal functions, meetings, communications, information, resources and personnel to meet student needs and enhance the educational effectiveness of the College; direct the development and implementation of instructional and student support programs and services; plans strategies, processes, systems, projects, courses, goals, events and objectives; establish, develop, implement and schedule classes and other instructional and student support program and service activities.

⢠Provide leadership, mentoring, appropriate delegation, and professional development to the Deans and department chairs. Support and foster professional growth and development of faculty. Supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned administrators and personnel; interview and select employees and recommend transfers, reassignment, termination and disciplinary actions; coordinate subordinate work assignments and review work to assure compliance with established standards, requirements, and procedures; assure employee understanding of established requirements. Oversee and participate in (as appropriate) the recruitment, selection, and development of classified and academic personnel.

⢠Provide guidance to and receive input from faculty organizations on matters relating to the instructional and student service programs; promote the inclusion of students in the participatory governance process.

⢠Direct and assist subordinate administrators in the identification, analysis, design and implementation of program, curriculum, and policy initiatives; coordinate instructional and student support programs and activities to assure compliance with established curriculum standards and requirements which will enhance teaching, learning, and student success; direct and participate in developing and maintaining curriculum standards, enhancing enrollment and meeting the educational needs and goals of students. Support and foster innovation within the educational and student support programs.

⢠Coordinate instructional and student support programs, services, communications, activities, projects, curriculum development, and information between administrators, faculty, personnel, community resources, outside organizations, students, the public and various local, State and federal agencies; assure proper and timely resolution of Educational Programs and related student, staff, faculty, administrative, program and service issues, complaints, problems and conflicts.

⢠Direct staff development functions to assure faculty understanding of curriculum standards and requirements, instructional, and student development strategies and related materials; coordinate and direct the development, implementation, and conducting of training sessions to facilitate and enhance faculty and student support staff understanding of related principles, standards, guidelines, requirements, practices, procedures, and techniques.

⢠Implement assessment, evaluation, and planning processes (i.e., program review, learning outcomes, Educational Master Plan strategic directions and goals) for the institutionâs academic and student support programs. Provide leadership in the convening, charge, and work of campus committees and task forces related to educational and student support programs.

⢠Coordinate, attend, conduct, and chair various meetings, committees, councils, teams, conferences, and special events as assigned; prepare and deliver oral presentations concerning instructional and student support operations, activities, programs, services, and courses; prepare agenda items as needed; attend and participate in collective bargaining sessions and negotiations as directed.

⢠Develop and prepare the annual preliminary budget for Educational Programs; analyze and review budgetary and financial data; control and authorize expenditures in accordance with established limitations; direct financial functions to assure fiscal accountability and solvency; evaluate enrollment data to determine appropriate spending priorities; direct and participate in researching, obtaining and maintaining grants and other funding sources; prepare related proposals and documents. Provide sound fiscal planning and oversight in the development and management of the instructional and student services budgets and assume overall responsibility for effective resource allocations in support of the institutionâs mission and Educational Master Plan. Provide leadership in the planning and implementation of categorically funded initiatives. Provide leadership in the planning and implementation of externally funded grant programs. Monitor and analyze instructional and student support operations and activities for educational and financial effectiveness and operational efficiency; direct the research, development and implementation of standards, programs, services, policies, systems, and procedures to meet student needs and enhance the educational and financial effectiveness and operational efficiency of instructional and student support operations and activities.

⢠Research, compile and analyze student, enrollment, class, attendance, and other instructional information and data; direct and participate in the preparation and maintenance of a variety of records, reports and files related to programs, services, personnel, students, accountability, attendance, budgets, financial activity and assigned duties; assure mandated reports are submitted to appropriate local, state or federal agency according to established timelines.

⢠Assure adequate resources and personnel to meet the instructional and student support needs of the College; direct the procurement and purchasing of needed supplies and equipment; initiate personnel transactions such as hiring activities as appropriate.

⢠Direct consultation and advisement services concerning Educational Programs; advise and assure students, personnel, administrators, outside agencies, and the public are provided with technical, accurate and timely assistance and information concerning related programs, services, divisions, departments, courses, curriculum, schedules, timelines, standards, requirements, goals, objectives, services, timelines, processes, laws, codes, regulations, policies, and procedures.

⢠Establish and maintain instructional and student support program and service timelines and priorities; assure related activities comply with established college, state and federal standards, requirements, laws, codes, rules, regulations, policies and procedures. Ensure compliance with all state and federal laws and regulations (including Education Code and Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations), accreditation standards, district policies, grant requirements, and collective bargaining agreements.

⢠Plan and direct effective instructional programming including room utilization, instructor load, student enrollment, retention, and completion. Develop enrollment management strategies aligned with the goals of the institution.

⢠Supervise the publication of the collegeâs schedule of classes, catalog, and instructional and student support services information content of the college website.

⢠Maintain currency in educational and student support research and emerging trends and effective practices, and local, state and federal programs, laws, codes, regulations, and pending legislature related to instructional and student support program and service operations and activities; oversee the modification of programs, services, policies, and procedures to meet State and federal requirements as needed.

⢠Establish and maintain productive liaisons with local high school districts, business and community representatives and organizations, and regional four-year institutions, as participants in the planning, development, and modification of curriculum and programs. Communicate with administrators, personnel and outside organizations to exchange information, coordinate activities and programs and resolve issues or concerns.

⢠Provide technical information and assistance to the Superintendent/President regarding instructional and student support divisions, departments, programs, services, activities, needs, and issues; assist in the formulation and development of policies, procedures, and programs; collaborate with other administrators in identifying classes appropriate for transferring to credit mode.

⢠Operate a variety of office equipment including a computer and assigned software; drive a vehicle to conduct work; oversee and assure proper development, maintenance and modification of instructional and student support computer systems.

⢠Serve as the acting President in the absence of the administrator as directed

OTHER DUTIES:

Perform related duties as assigned.

Knowledge and Abilities

KNOWLEDGE OF:

⢠Mission, goals and purpose of the community college.

⢠Planning, organization and direction of Educational Programs operations and activities including instructional and student support divisions, departments, programs, services, and activities. Curriculum standards, requirements, interpretation, application, development, and implementation in instructional and student support divisions, departments, programs, and services.

⢠Institutional research models and methodologies.

⢠College, State and federal standards and requirements governing Educational Programs.

⢠Legislation and educational trends pertinent to community college instructional and student support service philosophy and practice.

⢠Instructional and student development techniques and strategies related to College programs and services.

⢠Educational policy development and strategic planning in a college environment.

⢠Principles, practices, procedures, and techniques involved in the development and implementation of curriculum standards, and instructional and student development and support programs, services, plans, strategies, processes, systems, projects, courses, goals, events, and objectives leading to student success.

⢠Leadership principles and practices of administration, supervision, and training.

⢠Participatory approaches to governance.

⢠Foundational programs such as basic skills and English as a Second Language.

⢠Policies and objectives of assigned programs and activities.

⢠College District organization, operations, policies and objectives.

⢠Sound fiscal planning in the development and management of the budget maximizing human, fiscal, and physical resources. Executive Vice President-Educational Programs - Continued Page 5 March Ability to communicate effectively in writing and orally.

⢠Public relations practices, procedures, techniques, and terminology.

⢠Applicable State and federal laws, codes, regulations, policies, and procedures.

⢠Methods of respectful and sensitive communication with individuals who are diverse in their cultures, language groups, and abilities. Interpersonal skills using tact, patience, and courtesy. Operation of a computer and assigned software. Public speaking techniques.

ABILITY TO:

⢠Plan, organize, control and direct Educational Programs operations and activities including District-wide instructional and student support divisions, departments, programs, and services.

⢠Provide leadership of the highest ethics demonstrated by making principal-based decisions inspiring trust in others.

⢠Provide leadership and vision to strengthen and implement new and existing career, occupational, and transfer programs leading to certificates and degrees.

⢠Provide leadership and mentoring to academic administrators and faculty and staff leaders through activities supported by transparency and data.

⢠Exercise sound independent judgment.

⢠Coordinate and direct courses, curriculum, fiscal functions, meetings, communications, information, resources and personnel to meet student needs and enhance the educational effectiveness of the College.

⢠Supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned administrators and personnel. Foster professional growth and development of subordinate administrators and staff.

⢠Provide College-wide leadership, vision, and oversight for instructional and student support services and programs, policy development, and strategic planning.

⢠Work as an executive team member dedicated to the collaborative goal of integrating instruction and student support services to create and maintain a supportive and effective teaching and learning environment.

⢠Direct the innovation, development and implementation of instructional and student support programs, services, plans, strategies, processes, systems, projects, courses, goals, events, and objectives.

⢠Assist subordinate administrators in the identification, analysis, design and implementation of program, curriculum, student development, and policy initiatives.

⢠Direct and participate in developing and maintaining curriculum standards and best practices in student development, enhancing enrollment and meeting the educational needs and goals of students. Assure proper and timely resolution of Educational Programs and related student, staff, faculty, administrative, program and service issues, complaints, problems, and conflicts.

⢠Solve problems creatively and maintain the institutionâs commitment to an inclusive process of problem solving.

⢠Communicate effectively orally and in writing with a positive and professional demeanor, exemplifying one who is emotionally balanced, approachable, and receptive to suggestions and construction criticism. Interpret, apply and explain rules, regulations, policies and procedures.

⢠Create and maintain a high level of employee morale to achieve consensus while demonstrating an understanding of and sensitivity to the diverse academic, socioeconomic, ethnic, cultural, disability, sexual orientation, and religious backgrounds of community college students.

⢠Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with others.

⢠Operate a computer and assigned office equipment.

⢠Analyze situations accurately and adopt an effective course of action.

⢠Meet schedules and timelines. Work independently with little direction.

⢠Plan and organize work.

⢠Prepare comprehensive narrative and statistical reports.

⢠Direct the maintenance of a variety of reports, records, and files related to assigned activities.

Qualifications

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Candidates must possess the minimum qualifications for the discipline as approved by the California Community Colleges Board of Governors and defined in the Minimum Qualifications for Faculty and Administrators in California Community Colleges handbook.

The candidate must meet the following criteria:

1. Possession of a masterâs degree;Â AND

One year of formal training, internship, or leadership experience reasonably related to the administratorâs administrative assignment; OR

2. Combination of education and other accomplishments that is equivalent to the above. (If claiming equivalency, attach a separate statement that presents the basis for this claim and submit supporting evidence, e.g., transcripts, publications, and other work products.)

3. Evidence of a sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, culture, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students, faculty and staff.

If the title of your degree as stated on your transcripts does not exactly match one of the degree titles listed in the minimum qualifications, you must complete an equivalency statement and attach it in the âEquivalency fieldâ under the documents needed to apply. Degree titles that are not an exact match will not be considered outside of the equivalency process.

SBCC is committed to hiring and retaining employees who reflect the rich diversity of its student body and communities, and to equal opportunity and access in all of its employment, programs and services. SBCC is dedicated to a policy of nondiscrimination and as such, is an equal opportunity employer. Veterans and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

SBCCÂ will consider the following nine characteristics in its selection of the Executive Vice President, Educational Programs:

⢠Committed to student access, equity, inclusion, and success

The Executive Vice President is a leader whose commitment to student access, equity, inclusion, and success has been demonstrated through educational initiatives and strategies that have resulted in strengthening the learning experiences and outcomes for students.

⢠Understands and commits to Guided Pathways

The Executive Vice President is a leader who understands and is committed to the Four Pillars of Guided Pathways, moving the institution forward comprehensively in each of the pillar areas.

⢠Takes strategic risks

The Executive Vice President is a leader who is committed to identifying gaps in the institutionâs Educational Programs division and uses those results to inspire change to improve student success.

⢠Builds strong teams

The Executive Vice President is a leader who combines ethics and honesty with strong collaborative decision-making skills, and who advocates for and applies collegial consultation processes to create a common commitment to and focus on students.

⢠Establishes urgency for improvement

The Executive Vice President is a leader who works to establish and maintain a healthy sense of urgency among the Educational Programsâ faculty and staff about uniting and enhancing the collegeâs varied programs and initiatives to accomplish the common goal of improving student success.

⢠Plans lasting internal change

The Executive Vice President is a leader who ensures that the culture of Educational Programs is dedicated to studentsâ attainment of their educational goals, continuous strengthening of the teaching/learning process and student support services, and growth for students, faculty and staff.

⢠Mentors others

The Executive Vice President is a leader who initiates, advocates for, and provides ongoing professional development opportunities for Educational Programsâ academic administrators, faculty leaders, faculty, and staff.

⢠Focuses on institutional effectiveness

The Executive Vice President is a leader who ensures that the college effectively implements its planning processes for Educational Programs in alignment with college policies and accreditation standards, and relies on the routine assessment of progress and an ongoing cycle of data-informed improvement.

⢠Communicates effectively

The Executive Vice President is a visionary educational leader who possesses exceptional interpersonal, written and oral communication skills, and uses those skills to advance the collegeâs Educational Master Plan and programmatic efforts and initiatives across Educational Programs.

⢠Five years increasingly responsible experience working with college instructional programs and student support programs and services in an administrative and/or faculty leadership capacity.

⢠Earned doctorate from an accredited institution.

Salary & Personnel Benefits:

The current salary range for the Executive Vice President, Educational Programs position is Salary Table 30, Range 173, $156,714-$177,333, plus an earned doctoral bonus of $3,042.80. This position will increase one step each year and has the potential to reach the current maximum step of $190,963. Starting salary is commensurate with full-time related, paid experience. In addition to salary, each full-time employee participates in a âcafeteria styleâ Health & Welfare Benefits Program.

Application Deadline/Screening:

Completed online applications must be submitted by Monday, November 26, 2018 @ 11:59 PM PST. The anticipated start date is July 1, 2019.

Required Application Documents: (The following required documents must be submitted electronically via the online application system.)

1. Online District Application form @ https://jobs.sbcc.edu

2. A cover letter of no more than five pages that describes how you meet each of the desired characteristics described in this position announcement.

3. A current resume including educational background, professional experience, professional activities, and any other experience pertinent to this position.

4. Within the online application is a required supplemental question on diversity. The committee will be reviewing your answer as part of the screening process. Please take your time and answer the question thoroughly.

5. Copy of an unofficial college/university transcript, which verify minimum qualifications.

Transcripts must show the degree title and the date the degree was conferred or the degree will not be considered for the purpose of determining if you meet minimum qualifications. If the qualifying degree has yet to be conferred and you expect to have the degree before you begin employment, you must submit transcripts that state the title of the degree you are working toward obtaining and indicate the anticipated completion date in your response to the associated supplemental question provided during the application process. Diplomas will not be accepted in lieu of transcripts. An official copy of your transcripts will be required upon being hired. Educational Administrators will not be allowed to start working until official transcripts have been received.

6. If claiming equivalency, attach a separate statement in the âDocuments Needed To Applyâ section entitled âEquivalencyâ in the online application. The statement presents the basis for this claim and submit supporting evidence, e.g. transcripts, publications, other documents.

7. Foreign Transcript: Transcripts issued outside the United States require a course-by-course analysis with an equivalency statement from an official USA certified transcript evaluation service verifying the degree equivalency to that of an accredited institution within the USA. This report must be attached to the online application. NOTE: If you have completed coursework at a foreign institution that is not recognized as accredited by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) or the U.S. Department of Education, you must include a full evaluation of the foreign transcript with your application materials if you wish for us to consider the coursework. To search for institutions that are recognized as accredited by CHEA or the U.S. Department of Education, visit http://www.chea.org/search/search.asp or http://ope.ed.gov/accreditation/search.aspx. For a list of recognized organizations providing transcript evaluation services, visit http://www.naces.org/members.htm.

8. Letters of reference are not required for this recruitment. Please do not submit reference letters within your online application.

9. Within the online application, there is a required section to list six professional references with titles and current phone numbers (office, cell, and home numbers). References must include at least one faculty member, one classified employee and one management employee. These references will be contacted if you are selected as a finalist for the position. These references should be able to critically assess your work qualifications and job performance.

Additional Instructions:

If you experience technical difficulties attaching any of your documents electronically, please contact Human Resources for instructions. If you do not have a scanner, there are commercial facilities available to assist you with this process. All required documents must be submitted with your electronic application by the application deadline or your application will be considered incomplete and will not be considered.

Application Procedure:

To be considered for this position, a complete online application including all required application documents (listed above) must be submitted via https://jobs.sbcc.edu by the application deadline (please see instructions to applicants). It is important that the online District Application form (Item #1) be complete and specific to fully indicate education, experience and other qualifications of the applicant. âSee Resumeâ is not acceptable.

If you apply for more than one position, copies of all the required documents must be attached separately for each position. Applications and all documents submitted become the property of SBCC and are retained electronically.

Please Note: You will receive a confirmation number when your complete application has been successfully submitted online.

Selection Procedure:

Online applications will be initially reviewed by the selection committee, who will recommend candidates for personal interviews at SBCC. An in-person interview is preferred for selected applicants. After the initial interviews have been conducted, the committee will identify the candidates who are best qualified for the position. The hiring supervisor and the Superintendent/President will interview the finalists, conduct reference checks, and make the final selection recommendation to the Board of Trustees.

Please Note: Santa Barbara City College regrets that applicants cannot be reimbursed for expenses related to the application or interview process, including travel expenses.

Accommodation for Applicants with Disabilities:

If you are selected for an interview and need special services or facilities to participate in the interview, please contact Human Resources. Reasonable accommodation will be provided for applicants with disabilities who self-disclose.

General Requirements to be submitted Upon Offer of Employment:

⢠Satisfactory fingerprint report and a completed tuberculosis risk assessment.

⢠Documentation verifying identity and United States citizenship or authorization that you have the right to work in the United States permanently and do not now or in the future require sponsorship by Santa Barbara City College or other hiring institutions.

⢠Official transcripts conferring college degrees indicated on the employment application.

Working Conditions of Employment:

The work environment and physical demands described here are representative of those required by an employee to perform the essential functions of this job successfully. Â Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Environment:

Office Environment.

Frequent interruptions.

Driving a vehicle to conduct work.

Physical Demands:

Regular operation of a computer keyboard and other standard office equipment.

Reading a variety of materials.

Ability to remain in a stationary position (sitting or standing) for extended periods of time.

Communicating and expressing oneself clearly on a variety of topics in conversation with, and in presentations to, staff, students, and Board of Trustees and community members.

Hearing and speaking to exchange information.

Bending at the waist, kneeling, or crouching.

Mobility to reach various campus locations.

Reaching overhead, above the shoulders, and horizontally.

Lifting, carrying, pushing or pulling moderately heavy objects as assigned by the position.

For all openings, deadlines, and link to online application, please visit our website at: https://jobs.sbcc.edu

Santa Barbara City College,

721 Cliff Drive, Santa Barbara, CA 93109-2394

(805) 965-0581 Ext. 2258

Interviews by Invitation Only

SBCC is an equal opportunity employer committed to nondiscrimination on the basis of national origin, religion, age, gender, gender identity, gender expression, race, ethnicity, color, medical condition, genetic information, ancestry, sexual orientation, marital status, physical or mental disability, pregnancy, military and veteran status, or because he/she is perceived to have one or more of the foregoing characteristics, or based on association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics, consistent with applicable federal and state laws. Reasonable accommodation will be provided for applicants with disabilities who self-disclose.


LECTURER IN English for Multilingual Students Program, 2018-2019 Emergency Pool

The English for Multilingual Students Program (EMS) at the University of California, Santa Barbara invites applications for a pool of qualified temporary lecturers to teach course(s) in EMS for the upcoming openings. Screening of applicants is ongoing and will continue as needed. The number of positions available varies from quarter to quarter, depending on the needs of the program. Positions may range from 33% to 100% time.

The EMS Program offers four levels of undergraduate writing courses, enrolling domestic and international students whose home language is other than English; the majority of students are international. Placement is based on diagnostic essays from either the UC Analytical Writing Placement Exam (AWPE) or the campus English Language Placement Exam (ELPE). Undergraduate course cap is 18 students. All courses offer four units of credit toward degree. Please see our program website (www.ems.ucsb.edu) for more information.

Lecturers will teach 1-3 undergraduate writing courses per quarter. Each course meets four hours per week, and requires substantial out-of-class preparation and grading. Instructors must also hold a minimum of two office hours per week and meet with individual students as needed to provide assistance on course assignments. Lecturers will also be expected to attend 2-3 scheduled faculty meetings per quarter.

The minimum qualifications required to be an applicant are:

⢠MA in TESOL, Applied Linguistics or related field at the time of application

Preferred qualifications:

⢠PhD in TESOL, Applied Linguistics or related field at the time of appointment

⢠Experience teaching composition to students enrolled in college/university degree programs in the U.S.

⢠Background in second language writing theory and pedagogy

⢠Experience with materials development for academic English

⢠Familiarity with corpus-based resources (concordancers, collocation dictionaries)

⢠Teaching experience in classrooms with diverse (domestic/international) groups

⢠Knowledge of English grammar as it relates to the teaching of academic writing

⢠Teaching experience involving a minimum of one college-level or college-preparatory writing course for multilingual students (or mainstream course with multilingual students)

⢠Demonstrated excellence in teaching

The department is especially interested in candidates who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of the academic community through research, teaching and service as appropriate to the position.

To apply, please go to the following link: http://apptrkr.com/1322351. Applicants should submit a cover letter, teaching statement, resume or CV, evidence of teaching effectiveness and complete contact information for three references who are familiar with your college-level composition teaching experience. All applications must be submitted through the UC Recruit. Applicant reviews will begin as soon as November 16, 2018.

The posting will remain open until October 31, 2019 to accommodate department needs. Appointments for fall quarter are usually reviewed in August, winter quarter in November, and for spring quarter in February (if applicable). The pool will close on October 31, 2019; if you would like to continue to be considered after that time, and the pooled position is advertised again, you will need to submit a new application.

Please note: The use of a lecturer pool does not guarantee that an open position exists at the time you are applying. See the review date specified in UC Recruit to learn whether the department is currently reviewing applications for an upcoming opening. If there is no future review date specified, your application may not be considered at this time.

The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.


Lecturer Temporary Teaching Positions - Environmental Studies Program

Job #JPF01309

College of Letters & Science - Mathematical, Life, and Physical Sciences - Environmental Studies Program

RECRUITMENT PERIOD

Open date: November 1st, 2018

Next review date: November 15th, 2018

Apply by this date to ensure full consideration by the committee.

Final date: October 31st, 2019

Applications will continue to be accepted until this date, but those received after the review date will only be considered if the position has not yet been filled.

DESCRIPTION

The Environmental Studies Program, University of California â Santa Barbara, invites applications for our temporary lecturer positions.

Applicants must possess a Bachelor's Degree in a relevant field of Environmental Studies and at least 3 years of teaching or professional experience, at the time of application, in one or more of the following areas: Coastal Law and Policy, Conservation Planning, Diet & Global Climate Change, Ecological Restoration, Endangered Species Management, Environmental Ecology, Environmental Econ & Policy, Environmental History, Environmental Law, Environmental Politics & Policy, Environmental Risk and Vulnerability, Environmental Studies/Sciences, Food Security, Industrial Ecology. Preference will be given to applicants with a terminal degree (Ph.D., J.D. or M.F.A.) in at least one of the aforementioned fields.

For a complete listing of our courses, please go to:

https://my.sa.ucsb.edu/catalog/Current/CollegesDepartments/ls-intro/envst.aspx?DeptTab=Courses

To apply, please go to this following link: https://recruit.ap.ucsb.edu/apply/JPF01309

Applicants should submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and a statement of teaching or professional contributions in their field. Applicants have the option of providing relevant teaching evaluations. Applicants should also provide contact information (name and email only) of three references.

Salary will be based on qualifications. The initial review date is November 15, 2018, and applications will be accepted throughout the academic year in order to staff courses as they become available. Applications will remain on file until October 31, 2019.

The department is especially interested in candidates who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of the academic community through research, teaching, and service.

For general inquires on this search please contact:

M. Alex Garcia

Business Officer

Environmental Studies Program

UC Santa Barbara

4312 Bren Hall - MC 4160

Santa Barbara, CA 93106-4160

The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

JOB LOCATION

Santa Barbara, CA

REQUIREMENTS: Document requirements

Cover Letter

Curriculum Vitae - Your most recently updated C.V.

Statement of Teaching or Professional Contribution

Relevant Teaching Evaluations - Teaching Evaluations (Optional)

Reference requirements: 3 required (contact information only)

HOW TO APPLY: https://recruit.ap.ucsb.edu/apply/JPF01309

Create an ApplicantID

Provide required information and documents

If any, provide required reference information


TUTOR Coordinator

Gateway Center â FT/12 Mo

CLASSIFIED OPEN AND PROMOTIONAL OPPORTUNITY

Nine step salary range, initial placement customarily at first step with annual advancement to the next higher step. 40 hours per week, 12 months per year, plus fringe benefits; 12 month probation period. All work schedules and work assignments are subject to change based on the needs of the College.

SALARY RANGE: $3,825.25/Mo. â 4,327.08/Mo.

(Nine step Salary Range continues to a maximum of $4,660.17)

WORKING HOURS: Monday-Friday 8:30 am â 5:00 pm

PLEASE APPLY AT: http://apptrkr.com/1251229

ONLINE APPLICATION MUST BE RECEIVED BY: Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Online applications must be received by 11:59 p.m. PST on the closing date.

(Interviews by Invitation Only)

BASIC FUNCTION:

Under the direction of an assigned supervisor, coordinate tutoring activities to meet student needs; provide related liaison, recruitment and support services; coordinate and provide work direction and guidance to designated tutors.

REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES:

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:

Coordinate tutoring activities and provide a variety of related support services to meet student needs; monitor and adjust tutoring activities in response to student needs and progress; resolve tutoring issues and conflicts in a proper and timely manner.

Provide work direction and guidance to tutors; coordinate work assignments and review work for compliance with established standards and procedures; prepare, compile and adjust tutoring schedules; review and verify accuracy of tutor time sheets.

Serve as a liaison between tutors, students, other departments and faculty concerning tutoring services and employees, respond to inquiries and provide information concerning tutoring programs, standards, requirements, policies and procedures.

Interview students and non-student applicants for tutor positions; review, verify and process tutor applications, resumes and related forms and paperwork as required; explain application process; provide input concerning tutor hires; hire, train, evaluate, and dismiss tutors according to established procedures; assign pay rates.

Tutor individual and small groups of students to provide assistance in completing homework assignments, preparing for tests and enhancing skills and knowledge as assigned by the position; assist students by answering questions, explaining concepts and providing general guidance.

Provide instructional and clerical support related to assigned tutoring activities; prepare, duplicate and file instructional materials; administer and monitor students during tests as assigned; grade tests and record results as required.

Communicate with College personnel, students and outside agencies to exchange information and resolve issues or concerns; answer telephones and assist callers as needed.

Compile information and prepare and maintain various records and reports related to tutors and assigned activities.

Monitor the tutoring budget as assigned; provide input concerning related expenditures; assist in

assuring expenditures do not exceed established limitations.

Operate a variety of standard office equipment including a copier, computer and assigned software.

Monitor the tutoring lab to assure smooth and efficient activities; schedule conference room use as assigned; maintain learning environment in a neat, clean and orderly condition.

Check books, videos and other instructional materials in and out to students according to established procedures as assigned; order tutoring and classroom supplies as required.

OTHER DUTIES:

Perform related duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES:

KNOWLEDGE OF:

Student guidance principles and practices.

Concepts, principles and application of assigned subject areas.

Basic instructional methods and techniques.

Correct English usage, grammar, spelling, punctuation and vocabulary.

Diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, and ethnic backgrounds of college students.

Operation of standard office equipment including a computer and assigned software.

Oral and written communication skills.

Policies and objectives of assigned programs and activities.

Principles of training and providing work direction.

Interpersonal skills using tact, patience and courtesy.

Record-keeping and report preparation techniques.

ABILITY TO:

Coordinate tutoring activities and provide a variety of related support services to meet student needs.

Coordinate and provide work direction and guidance to designated tutors.

Serve as a liaison between tutors, students, other departments and faculty concerning tutoring services and employees.

Develop tutoring schedules and participate in recruitment activities.

Monitor and adjust tutoring activities in response to student needs and progress.

Tutor individual and small groups of students as assigned by the position.

Work independently with little direction.

Operate standard office equipment including a computer and assigned software.

Meet schedules and time lines.

Maintain records and prepare reports.

Communicate effectively both orally and in writing.

Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with others.

EDUCATION AND PAID EXPERIENCE:

Any combination equivalent to: associateâs degree in a related field and three years experience in an educational, social service or related program.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

Bachelorâs degree preferred. Experience coordinating a tutorial center, particularly at college level, in order to conduct periodic observations of tutoring practice and recommend strategies for effective tutoring. Experience gathering and analyzing data. Microsoft Office, Excel and Adobe Acrobat proficient.

WORKING CONDITIONS:

The work environment and physical demands described here are representative of those required by an employee to perform the essential functions of this job successfully. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

ENVIRONMENT:

Classroom and office work environment.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Regular operation of a computer keyboard, calculator, and other normal laboratory and office equipment.

Reading a variety of complex materials.

Ability to remain in a stationary position (sitting or standing) for extended periods of time.

Communicating and expressing oneself clearly on a variety of educational topics in conversation with, and presentations to, staff, students, and members of the community.

Monitor student activities.

Hearing and speaking to exchange information.

Bending at the waist, kneeling or crouching.

Mobility to reach various campus locations.

Reaching overhead, above the shoulders and horizontally.

Lifting, carrying, pushing or pulling objects as assigned by the position.

Walking to monitor tutoring activities.

Sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socio-economic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation and ethnic backgrounds of Community College Students.

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS (Upon Offer of Employment):

⢠The selected candidate must be fingerprinted and tested for tuberculosis prior to the start of employment.Â

⢠The Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 requires verification of identity and the right to work in the United States.Â

⢠Selected candidate must be able to perform essential functions of the position with or without reasonable accommodations.

⢠Proof of college coursework or degrees indicated will be required of selected candidate.Â

⢠All offers of employment are subject to approval by the Board of Trustees.Â

BENEFITS:

⢠The District offers a cafeteria style plan in which employees are given a district allowance and may choose from a number of medical and dental plans. Life and income protection insurances are also available.

⢠Vacation days (based on assigned hours) are earned and accumulated on a monthly basis.

⢠Sick leave is earned at the rate of one day (based on the number of assigned hours) per month, and is accumulative from year to year.

⢠Holidays: 15 holidays per year.

⢠Credit Union: The Santa Barbara Teachers Federal Credit Union offers a variety of services.

⢠Retirement: Employees, who work 20 or more hours per week, are covered by the Public Employees Retirement System (PERS), Social Security, and Medicare.

APPLICATION PROCESS

Apply online at http://apptrkr.com/1251229. We no longer accept paper applications. Assistance with the online application process is available on campus at the Human Resources office, 721 Cliff Drive, SS-230, Monday-Thursday: 8:00 a.m. â 4:00 p.m., Friday 8:00 a.m. â 12:30 p.m., or by phone (805) 965-0581 ext. 2258. Resumes are not accepted in lieu of SBCC online application. Online applications must be received by 11:59 p.m. on the closing date.

Additional Instructions:

Within the online application is a required supplemental question on diversity. The committee will be reviewing your answer as part of the screening process. Please take your time and answer the question thoroughly.

ACCOMMODATION FOR THE DISABLED: If you are in need of special services or facilities due to a disability in order to apply or interview for this opening, please call the Human Resources Office.

SBCC is an equal opportunity employer committed to nondiscrimination on the basis of national origin, religion, age, gender, gender identity, gender expression, race, ethnicity, color, medical condition, genetic information, ancestry, sexual orientation, marital status, physical or mental disability, pregnancy, military and veteran status, or because he/she is perceived to have one or more of the foregoing characteristics, or based on association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics, consistent with applicable federal and state laws. Reasonable accommodation will be provided for applicants with disabilities who self-disclose.

- EQUAL OPPORTUNITY - TITLE IX EMPLOYER

JOB# 6/18 â C279


TUTOR Coordinator

Gateway Center â FT/12 Mo

CLASSIFIED OPEN AND PROMOTIONAL OPPORTUNITY

Nine step salary range, initial placement customarily at first step with annual advancement to the next higher step. 40 hours per week, 12 months per year, plus fringe benefits; 12 month probation period. All work schedules and work assignments are subject to change based on the needs of the College.

SALARY RANGE: $3,825.25/Mo. â 4,327.08/Mo.

(Nine step Salary Range continues to a maximum of $4,660.17)

WORKING HOURS: Monday-Friday 8:30 am â 5:00 pm

PLEASE APPLY AT: http://apptrkr.com/1251229

ONLINE APPLICATION MUST BE RECEIVED BY: Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Online applications must be received by 11:59 p.m. PST on the closing date.

(Interviews by Invitation Only)

BASIC FUNCTION:

Under the direction of an assigned supervisor, coordinate tutoring activities to meet student needs; provide related liaison, recruitment and support services; coordinate and provide work direction and guidance to designated tutors.

REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES:

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:

Coordinate tutoring activities and provide a variety of related support services to meet student needs; monitor and adjust tutoring activities in response to student needs and progress; resolve tutoring issues and conflicts in a proper and timely manner.

Provide work direction and guidance to tutors; coordinate work assignments and review work for compliance with established standards and procedures; prepare, compile and adjust tutoring schedules; review and verify accuracy of tutor time sheets.

Serve as a liaison between tutors, students, other departments and faculty concerning tutoring services and employees, respond to inquiries and provide information concerning tutoring programs, standards, requirements, policies and procedures.

Interview students and non-student applicants for tutor positions; review, verify and process tutor applications, resumes and related forms and paperwork as required; explain application process; provide input concerning tutor hires; hire, train, evaluate, and dismiss tutors according to established procedures; assign pay rates.

Tutor individual and small groups of students to provide assistance in completing homework assignments, preparing for tests and enhancing skills and knowledge as assigned by the position; assist students by answering questions, explaining concepts and providing general guidance.

Provide instructional and clerical support related to assigned tutoring activities; prepare, duplicate and file instructional materials; administer and monitor students during tests as assigned; grade tests and record results as required.

Communicate with College personnel, students and outside agencies to exchange information and resolve issues or concerns; answer telephones and assist callers as needed.

Compile information and prepare and maintain various records and reports related to tutors and assigned activities.

Monitor the tutoring budget as assigned; provide input concerning related expenditures; assist in

assuring expenditures do not exceed established limitations.

Operate a variety of standard office equipment including a copier, computer and assigned software.

Monitor the tutoring lab to assure smooth and efficient activities; schedule conference room use as assigned; maintain learning environment in a neat, clean and orderly condition.

Check books, videos and other instructional materials in and out to students according to established procedures as assigned; order tutoring and classroom supplies as required.

OTHER DUTIES:

Perform related duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES:

KNOWLEDGE OF:

Student guidance principles and practices.

Concepts, principles and application of assigned subject areas.

Basic instructional methods and techniques.

Correct English usage, grammar, spelling, punctuation and vocabulary.

Diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, and ethnic backgrounds of college students.

Operation of standard office equipment including a computer and assigned software.

Oral and written communication skills.

Policies and objectives of assigned programs and activities.

Principles of training and providing work direction.

Interpersonal skills using tact, patience and courtesy.

Record-keeping and report preparation techniques.

ABILITY TO:

Coordinate tutoring activities and provide a variety of related support services to meet student needs.

Coordinate and provide work direction and guidance to designated tutors.

Serve as a liaison between tutors, students, other departments and faculty concerning tutoring services and employees.

Develop tutoring schedules and participate in recruitment activities.

Monitor and adjust tutoring activities in response to student needs and progress.

Tutor individual and small groups of students as assigned by the position.

Work independently with little direction.

Operate standard office equipment including a computer and assigned software.

Meet schedules and time lines.

Maintain records and prepare reports.

Communicate effectively both orally and in writing.

Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with others.

EDUCATION AND PAID EXPERIENCE:

Any combination equivalent to: associateâs degree in a related field and three years experience in an educational, social service or related program.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

Bachelorâs degree preferred. Experience coordinating a tutorial center, particularly at college level, in order to conduct periodic observations of tutoring practice and recommend strategies for effective tutoring. Experience gathering and analyzing data. Microsoft Office, Excel and Adobe Acrobat proficient.

WORKING CONDITIONS:

The work environment and physical demands described here are representative of those required by an employee to perform the essential functions of this job successfully. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

ENVIRONMENT:

Classroom and office work environment.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Regular operation of a computer keyboard, calculator, and other normal laboratory and office equipment.

Reading a variety of complex materials.

Ability to remain in a stationary position (sitting or standing) for extended periods of time.

Communicating and expressing oneself clearly on a variety of educational topics in conversation with, and presentations to, staff, students, and members of the community.

Monitor student activities.

Hearing and speaking to exchange information.

Bending at the waist, kneeling or crouching.

Mobility to reach various campus locations.

Reaching overhead, above the shoulders and horizontally.

Lifting, carrying, pushing or pulling objects as assigned by the position.

Walking to monitor tutoring activities.

Sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socio-economic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation and ethnic backgrounds of Community College Students.

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS (Upon Offer of Employment):

⢠The selected candidate must be fingerprinted and tested for tuberculosis prior to the start of employment.Â

⢠The Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 requires verification of identity and the right to work in the United States.Â

⢠Selected candidate must be able to perform essential functions of the position with or without reasonable accommodations.

⢠Proof of college coursework or degrees indicated will be required of selected candidate.Â

⢠All offers of employment are subject to approval by the Board of Trustees.Â

BENEFITS:

⢠The District offers a cafeteria style plan in which employees are given a district allowance and may choose from a number of medical and dental plans. Life and income protection insurances are also available.

⢠Vacation days (based on assigned hours) are earned and accumulated on a monthly basis.

⢠Sick leave is earned at the rate of one day (based on the number of assigned hours) per month, and is accumulative from year to year.

⢠Holidays: 15 holidays per year.

⢠Credit Union: The Santa Barbara Teachers Federal Credit Union offers a variety of services.

⢠Retirement: Employees, who work 20 or more hours per week, are covered by the Public Employees Retirement System (PERS), Social Security, and Medicare.

APPLICATION PROCESS

Apply online at http://apptrkr.com/1251229. We no longer accept paper applications. Assistance with the online application process is available on campus at the Human Resources office, 721 Cliff Drive, SS-230, Monday-Thursday: 8:00 a.m. â 4:00 p.m., Friday 8:00 a.m. â 12:30 p.m., or by phone (805) 965-0581 ext. 2258. Resumes are not accepted in lieu of SBCC online application. Online applications must be received by 11:59 p.m. on the closing date.

Additional Instructions:

Within the online application is a required supplemental question on diversity. The committee will be reviewing your answer as part of the screening process. Please take your time and answer the question thoroughly.

ACCOMMODATION FOR THE DISABLED: If you are in need of special services or facilities due to a disability in order to apply or interview for this opening, please call the Human Resources Office.

SBCC is an equal opportunity employer committed to nondiscrimination on the basis of national origin, religion, age, gender, gender identity, gender expression, race, ethnicity, color, medical condition, genetic information, ancestry, sexual orientation, marital status, physical or mental disability, pregnancy, military and veteran status, or because he/she is perceived to have one or more of the foregoing characteristics, or based on association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics, consistent with applicable federal and state laws. Reasonable accommodation will be provided for applicants with disabilities who self-disclose.

- EQUAL OPPORTUNITY - TITLE IX EMPLOYER

JOB# 6/18 â C279


VICE PRESIDENT, School of Extended Learning

Please apply at http://apptrkr.com/1311299

A message from Dr. Anthony E. Beebe, Superintendent/President, Santa Barbara City College -

Santa Barbara City College has created a unique academic culture, which has been recognized with numerous accolades and awards. This includes the 2013 Aspen Award for Community College Excellence in, among other things, increased levels of access and success for marginalized and low-income students.

I highlight to you the profound commitment the College has to academic excellence, diversity, equity, and inclusion among our faculty, staff, and students. As a community, we believe that diversity comes in many forms. We understand that individuals are multidimensional, shaped by the intersections of a variety of life experiences and factors. We recognize and challenge the inequities that stem from the complex world in which we live and embrace the many facets of people that make up our wonderful College.

Consequently, we seek College employees who will take responsibility for equitable outcomes and successful pathways for our students. We seek staff and faculty to join our community and embrace our commitments.

Vision Statement:

Santa Barbara City College strives to build a socially conscious community where knowledge and respect empower individuals to transform our world.

Mission Statement:

As a public community college dedicated to the success of each studentâ¦

Santa Barbara City College provides students a diverse learning environment that inspires curiosity and discovery, promotes global responsibility, and fosters opportunity for all.

College Facts (as of Fall 2017)

Instruction, administrative, and support services are provided by 244 full-time faculty, 532 adjunct faculty, 244 School of Extended Learning faculty, and 357 full-time staff and management.

Santa Barbara City College currently enrolls approximately 17,457 students, the majority of whom are from racially diverse populations as follows: African American/Black â 3.3%; American Indian/Alaskan Native: 0.4%; Asian/Filipino/Pacific Islander- 8.3%; Hispanic/Latinx â 39.8%; two or more races â 4.4%; Unknown â 1.9% and White: 41.5%.

31.6% of SBCCâs students are under age 19, 32% are between the ages 20 and 24, 22% are between the ages of 25 and 39, and 14.4% are 40 or older.

33.2% of SBCCâs students attend full time (12 units or more), and 66.8% of SBCC students attend part-time.

In 2009, SBCC gained the status of Hispanic Serving Institution, which among other benefits, made us eligible to apply for federal grants geared toward strengthening institutional capacity and building programs to increase the success of Hispanic and other underrepresented students.

The College recently adopted the Umoja program, a transfer success program geared toward African-American and other black students.

The College was selected as one of the 20 statewide pilot colleges to implement âGuided Pathways.â This initiative will transform the way colleges prepare and adapt to better serve students.

In 2018, Santa Barbara City College celebrates 100 years of Adult Education in the Santa Barbara community.

October 9, 2018

Req.#10/18-EA1

Application Deadline: Completed online applications must be submitted by Tuesday, November 13, 2018 @ 11:59 PM PST.

Essential Functions of Position

BASIC FUNCTION:

Under the direction of the Superintendent/President, the Vice President of the School of Extended Learning is responsible for integrating and implementing noncredit student support services and noncredit curriculum programs, including: Career Development/College Preparation (CDCP); English as a Second Language (ESL); Immigration Education (including citizenship); Elementary and Secondary Basis Skills (Including supervised tutoring); Health and Safety; Courses for Adults with Substantial Disabilities; Parenting; Home Economics; Courses for Older Adults; Short-term Vocational and Workforce Preparation; administration of the Adult Education Block Grant and oversight of the collegeâs fee-based and contract education; and oversight of the collegeâs Dual Enrollment program.

The emphasis for this position is to focus on noncredit programs of study leading to certificates and degrees, Career Pathway and college transition programs, and basic skills instruction for development of college-level skills and major preparation.

REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES:

⢠Provides leadership in the overall development and expansion of the School of Extended Learning, with an emphasis on development of non-credit courses focused on career development and certificate completion and dual enrollment.

⢠Plans, organizes, administers, develops, and evaluates programs, projects, and activities of assigned academic departments and programs; provides leadership (and works collegially with) faculty and staff to offer high quality educational services for students; and supervises and evaluates the performance of assigned faculty, managers, classified staff, and student workers.

⢠Establishes and maintains relationships with local educational agencies, employers, government bodies, non-profit agencies, economic development organizations, and non-governmental organizations for the purpose of serving the workforce training needs of the District and identifying additional program resources.

⢠Develops strategies to maximize the offering of both fee-based courses and non-credit courses to provide educational opportunities to the community.

⢠Provides leadership in the areas of program and curriculum development, program assessment and review, program improvement, and staff development.

⢠Collaborates with the Executive Vice President and area deans to create and sustain course offering and pathways for dual enrollment students and the college.

⢠Collaborates with the Executive Vice President and area deans to create and sustain pathways for non-credit students into credit programs.

⢠Facilitates regular meetings to coordinate staff and faculty activities to build a sense of common purpose and action for the School of Extended Learning.

⢠Supervises the assessment of instructional program outcomes, especially those related to student success, within the assigned area, and assure the development and implementation of improvement plans based on assessed outcomes.

⢠Interprets and administers college policy with respect to class size and course offerings, including faculty loads, teaching schedules, officer hours, and room assignments.

⢠Prepares periodic cost analysis reports for each program in the areas.

⢠Prepares annual budget recommendations with the participation of faculty and staff; participates in the planning processes of the District; plans for and anticipates changes to programs based upon local and national trends; executes assigned budget centers within the guidelines set by the District; sets budget priorities for the programs and projects within the area; administers the Adult Education Block Grant and the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act Grant and other restricted funding sources.

⢠Reports through established formal channels on how the collegeâs educational goals are being achieved.

⢠Collaborates with appropriate faculty, staff, and regional education leaders to assure instructional program and course articulation is current and aligned with the current workforce and community demands.

⢠Provide leadership for the assessment, analysis, marketing, development, implementation, and evaluation of a community education program that meets the needs of the college's diverse population.

Plan, develop, and organize fee-based classes, workshops, events to ensure the program success as a profit center.

⢠Provide leadership for marketing and recruiting students for non-credit course and non-traditional programs.

⢠Work with community leaders and provide leadership in the assessment, analysis, and planning for off-site learning centers.

⢠Evaluate staff and program effectiveness, organize committees for the hiring process and assure compliance with district personnel policies, procedures and practices for the employment of faculty, classified staff, management, students and short-term, temporary and substitute workers.

⢠Provide leadership in the development of long-range plans, annual goals and objectives, and evaluative measures to ensure the ongoing commitment to quality and excellence in the School of Extended Learning.

⢠Promote and market Contract Education programs and services for business and industry; and identify and initiate contacts of prospective clients for customized trainings.

OTHER DUTIES:

Perform related duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES:

KNOWLEDGE OF:

⢠the mission of the California Community Colleges.

⢠strategies to effectively meet the needs of our diverse student population.

⢠career technical education issues, trends and policies, particularly as they pertain to community colleges.

⢠changes, opportunities and challenges of Adult Education programs.

⢠California Community College funding, especially as it relates to Adult Education and Workforce Development.

⢠unique characteristics related to basic skills, student success, and student equity.

⢠enrollment management initiatives to optimize enrollment and student success.

⢠management approaches that encourage creativity and promote teaching excellence.

⢠the disciplines for which this position is responsible.

ABILITY TO:

⢠form strategic partnerships with community stakeholders.

⢠communicate needs of departments effectively to senior management.

⢠effectively address the needs of our diverse student population and demonstrate sensitivity to and cultural awareness of a diverse student body and workforce..

⢠work collaboratively with faculty and staff and to function effectively in a shared governance environment.

⢠develop and manage budgets.

⢠initiate and manage new instructional programs and projects.

Minimum Qualifications:

Candidates must possess the minimum qualifications for the discipline as approved by the California Community Colleges Board of Governors and defined in the Minimum Qualifications for Faculty and Administrators in California Community Colleges handbook.

The candidate must meet the following criteria:

1. Possession of a masterâs degree; AND

One year of formal training, internship, or leadership experience reasonably related to the administratorâs administrative assignment; OR

2. Combination of education and other accomplishments that is equivalent to the above. (If claiming equivalency, attach a separate statement that presents the basis for this claim and submit supporting evidence, e.g., transcripts, publications, and other work products.)

3. Evidence of a sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, culture, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students, faculty and staff.

If the title of your degree as stated on your transcripts does not exactly match one of the degree titles listed in the minimum qualifications, you must complete an equivalency statement and attach it in the âEquivalency fieldâ under the documents needed to apply. Degree titles that are not an exact match will not be considered outside of the equivalency process.

Desirable Qualifications:

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

⢠Demonstrated experience in noncredit curriculum development.

⢠Demonstrated experience in the promotion and development of partnerships with industry, educational, and community organizations.

⢠Demonstrated experience effectively working with a diverse student body and workforce.

⢠Possession of excellent interpersonal communication skills and experience in conflict mediation.

⢠Experience and demonstrated leadership in the following areas: strategies for promoting student learning, retention and achievement while maintaining academic standards; application of technology and alternative delivery systems to instruction; curriculum development and evaluation; and professional development of faculty and instructional staff.

⢠Demonstrated success in grant writing, acquisition of grants and donations, and managing grant-funded projects.

⢠Experience in working with community resources to generate support for college programs.

⢠Experience with applications of technology and alternative delivery systems to instruction.

Salary & Personnel Benefits:

The current salary range for the Vice President, School of Extended Learning position is Salary Table 30, Range 170, $145,541-$164,685, plus an earned doctoral bonus of $3,042.80. This position will increase one step each year and has the potential to reach the current maximum step of $177,333. Starting salary is commensurate with full-time related, paid experience. In addition to salary, each full-time employee participates in a "cafeteria style" Health & Welfare Benefits Program.

Application Deadline/Screening:

Completed online applications must be submitted by Tuesday, November 13, 2018 @ 11:59 PM PST. The anticipated start date is July 1, 2019.

Required Application Documents: (The following required documents must be submitted electronically via the online application system.)

1. Online District Application form @ http://apptrkr.com/1311299

2. Cover letter addressing the applicant's experience and the desirable qualifications listed in this announcement.

3. CV or Resume.

4. Copy of an unofficial college/university transcript, which verify minimum qualifications.

Transcripts must show the degree title and the date the degree was conferred or the degree will not be considered for the purpose of determining if you meet minimum qualifications. If the qualifying degree has yet to be conferred and you expect to have the degree before you begin employment, you must submit transcripts that state the title of the degree you are working toward obtaining and indicate the anticipated completion date in your response to the associated supplemental question provided during the application process. Diplomas will not be accepted in lieu of transcripts. An official copy of your transcripts will be required upon being hired. Educational Administrators will not be allowed to start working until official transcripts have been received.

5. If claiming equivalency, attach a separate statement in the âDocuments Needed To Applyâ section entitled âEquivalencyâ in the online application. The statement presents the basis for this claim and submit supporting evidence, e.g. transcripts, publications, other documents.

6. Foreign Transcript: Transcripts issued outside the United States require a course-by-course analysis with an equivalency statement from an official USA certified transcript evaluation service verifying the degree equivalency to that of an accredited institution within the USA. This report must be attached to the online application. NOTE: If you have completed coursework at a foreign institution that is not recognized as accredited by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) or the U.S. Department of Education, you must include a full evaluation of the foreign transcript with your application materials if you wish for us to consider the coursework. To search for institutions that are recognized as accredited by CHEA or the U.S. Department of Education, visit http://www.chea.org/search/search.asp or http://ope.ed.gov/accreditation/search.aspx. For a list of recognized organizations providing transcript evaluation services, visit http://www.naces.org/members.htm.

7. Within the online application is a required supplemental question on diversity. The committee will be reviewing your answer as part of the screening process. Please take your time and answer the question thoroughly.

8. Letters of reference are not required for this recruitment. Please do not submit reference letters within your online application.

9. Within the online application, there is a required section to list three professional references; a maximum of six references may be submitted. These references will be contacted if you are selected as a finalist for the position. These references should be able to critically assess your work qualifications and job performance.

Additional Instructions:

If you experience technical difficulties attaching any of your documents electronically, please contact Human Resources for instructions. If you do not have a scanner, there are commercial facilities available to assist you with this process. All required documents must be submitted with your electronic application by the application deadline or your application will be considered incomplete and will not be considered.

Application Procedure:

To be considered for this position, a complete online application including all required application documents (listed above) must be submitted via http://apptrkr.com/1311299 by the application deadline (please see instructions to applicants). It is important that the online District Application form (Item #1) be complete and specific to fully indicate education, experience and other qualifications of the applicant. "See Resume" is not acceptable.

If you apply for more than one position, copies of all the required documents must be attached separately for each position. Applications and all documents submitted become the property of SBCC and are retained electronically.

Please Note: You will receive a confirmation number when your complete application has been successfully submitted online.

Selection Procedure:

Online applications will be initially reviewed by the selection committee, who will recommend candidates for personal interviews at SBCC. An in-person interview is preferred for selected applicants. After the initial interviews have been conducted, the committee will identify the candidates who are best qualified for the position. The Chair of the committee and the Superintendent/President will interview the finalists, conduct reference checks, and make the final selection recommendation to the Board of Trustees.

Please Note: Santa Barbara City College regrets that applicants cannot be reimbursed for expenses related to the application or interview process, including travel expenses.

Accommodation for Applicants with Disabilities:

If you are selected for an interview and need special services or facilities to participate in the interview, please contact Human Resources. Reasonable accommodation will be provided for applicants with disabilities who self-disclose.

General Requirements to be submitted Upon Offer of Employment:

⢠Satisfactory fingerprint report and a completed tuberculosis risk assessment.

⢠Documentation verifying identity and United States citizenship or authorization that you have the right to work in the United States permanently and do not now or in the future require sponsorship by Santa Barbara City College or other hiring institutions.

⢠Official transcripts conferring college degrees indicated on the employment application.

Working Conditions of Employment:

The work environment and physical demands described here are representative of those required by an employee to perform the essential functions of this job successfully. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Environment:

Office Environment.

Frequent interruptions.

Driving a vehicle to conduct work.

Physical Demands:

Regular operation of a computer keyboard and other standard office equipment.

Reading a variety of materials.

Ability to remain in a stationary position (sitting or standing) for extended periods of time.

Communicating and expressing oneself clearly on a variety of topics in conversation with, and in presentations to, staff, students, and Board of Trustees and community members.

Hearing and speaking to exchange information.

Bending at the waist, kneeling, or crouching.

Mobility to reach various campus locations.

Reaching overhead, above the shoulders, and horizontally.

Lifting, carrying, pushing or pulling moderately heavy objects as assigned by the position.

For all openings, deadlines, and link to online application, please visit our website at: http://apptrkr.com/1311299

Santa Barbara City College,

721 Cliff Drive, Santa Barbara, CA 93109-2394

(805) 965-0581 Ext. 2258

Interviews by Invitation Only


VIOLIN LECTURER

The Department of Music at UC Santa Barbara invites applications for a pool of qualified temporary lecturers to teach undergraduate or graduate courses in the area of violin. Temporary appointment positions are variable in terms of percentage of time (5% to 100%). They will range from one quarter to one year with the possibility of reappointment that is dependent on teaching performance and department needs. The University is especially interested in candidates who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of the academic community through research, teaching and service as appropriate to the position.

The pool will remain open until October 31, 2018 to accommodate department needs. Appointments for Fall Quarter are usually reviewed in July, Winter Quarter in September, and for Spring Quarter in January. The pool will close on October 31, 2018; if you would like to continue to be considered after that time, and the pooled position is advertised again, you will need to submit a new application.

PLEASE NOTE: The use of a lecturer pool does not guarantee that an open position exists at the time you are applying. See the review date specified in UC Recruit to learn whether the department is currently reviewing applications for an upcoming opening. If there is no future review date specified, your application may not be considered at this time.

To receive full consideration for the Fall 2018 appointment, submit all application materials, preferably including letters of reference, by August 13, 2018. Thereafter, the position will remain open.

BASIC QUALIFICATIONS:

⢠The applicant must hold a minimum of a Masterâs degree in Violin or an equivalent qualification, or at least three years of professional experience.

⢠The applicant must have one year of teaching experience at the university, conservatory or community college level

ADDITIONAL QUALIFICATIONS:

⢠The applicant must possess a background that includes significant knowledge of solo, chamber and orchestral repertoire

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

⢠The applicant should be able to articulate a successful recruitment strategy for students of violin and other string instruments

⢠The applicant must have a significant record of professional solo and chamber music performances

⢠The applicant is expected to have excellent organizational skills

CANDIDATES ARE REQUIRED TO SUBMIT THE FOLLOWING:

⢠Cover Letter â PDF format only

⢠Updated Curriculum Vitae â PDF format only

⢠Arrange to have three letters of reference submitted

⢠Sample Recordings: provide a list of recent performances with URL links to performances - PDF format only

HOW TO APPLY:

Go to: http://apptrkr.com/1266111

Create applicant ID (username and password)

Provide requested information to complete application.

The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected Veterans status, or any other characteristic protected by law.


VIOLIN LECTURER

The Department of Music at UC Santa Barbara invites applications for a pool of qualified temporary lecturers to teach undergraduate or graduate courses in the area of violin. Temporary appointment positions are variable in terms of percentage of time (5% to 100%). They will range from one quarter to one year with the possibility of reappointment that is dependent on teaching performance and department needs. The University is especially interested in candidates who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of the academic community through research, teaching and service as appropriate to the position.

The pool will remain open until October 31, 2018 to accommodate department needs. Appointments for Fall Quarter are usually reviewed in July, Winter Quarter in September, and for Spring Quarter in January. The pool will close on October 31, 2018; if you would like to continue to be considered after that time, and the pooled position is advertised again, you will need to submit a new application.

PLEASE NOTE: The use of a lecturer pool does not guarantee that an open position exists at the time you are applying. See the review date specified in UC Recruit to learn whether the department is currently reviewing applications for an upcoming opening. If there is no future review date specified, your application may not be considered at this time.

To receive full consideration for the Fall 2018 appointment, submit all application materials, preferably including letters of reference, by August 13, 2018. Thereafter, the position will remain open.

BASIC QUALIFICATIONS:

⢠The applicant must hold a minimum of a Masterâs degree in Violin or an equivalent qualification, or at least three years of professional experience.

⢠The applicant must have one year of teaching experience at the university, conservatory or community college level

ADDITIONAL QUALIFICATIONS:

⢠The applicant must possess a background that includes significant knowledge of solo, chamber and orchestral repertoire

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

⢠The applicant should be able to articulate a successful recruitment strategy for students of violin and other string instruments

⢠The applicant must have a significant record of professional solo and chamber music performances

⢠The applicant is expected to have excellent organizational skills

CANDIDATES ARE REQUIRED TO SUBMIT THE FOLLOWING:

⢠Cover Letter â PDF format only

⢠Updated Curriculum Vitae â PDF format only

⢠Arrange to have three letters of reference submitted

⢠Sample Recordings: provide a list of recent performances with URL links to performances - PDF format only

HOW TO APPLY:

Go to: http://apptrkr.com/1266111

Create applicant ID (username and password)

Provide requested information to complete application.

The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected Veterans status, or any other characteristic protected by law.