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Job TitleChancellorPosition TypeManagementPosition Code1EDA01FTE1Pay Rate (or Annual Salary)NegotiableJob LocationDistrict Office, 7600 Dublin Blvd., 3rd Floor, Dublin, CA 94568DepartmentChancellor's OfficeJob SummaryAs Chief Executive Officer of the District, the Chancellor reports directly to the Board of Trustees and supervises the College Presidents, Vice Chancellors and other departmental staff. The next Chancellor will lead two colleges and a district office of engaged and enthusiastic faculty, staff, and administrators who are dedicated and committed to providing a culturally responsive environment that provides outstanding educational opportunities for all students.

Representative DutiesThe District is seeking a leader who demonstrates the following:

Educational Leadership
oAbility to inspire and lead internal constituencies to collaborate on developing a shared District-wide vision that advances the organization while honoring the unique qualities of each entity within the District.
oExperience in developing long-range planning that frames the budget process, resource allocation, and education and facilities master planning of the District.
oAbility to collaborate with and provide leadership to the College Presidents to support the Colleges’ primary role of teaching and learning to ensure the highest quality of instruction and student support services within available resources.
oExperience in managing the resources of a multi-college District with a comprehensive understanding of the funding mechanism of California Community Colleges to guide wise decision-making and sound student-centered planning when allocating scarce resources.
oKnowledge of national and state initiatives (Student Equity, College Promise, Strong Workforce Programs, Guided Pathways, Online Education Initiative Consortium, and Adult Education), how they support the state’s “Vision for Success,” and what impacts they have on the Colleges.
oBuild consensus through collegial consultation and collaboration to problem-solve and cultivate healthy relationships in a multi-college District.
oWork collaboratively with and provide leadership to District departments to provide efficient centralized resources in support of the Colleges.
oLead, mentor and evaluate the two College Presidents, the four Vice Chancellors, and other direct reports.
oExperience with collective bargaining in a multi-college district with an understanding and commitment to mutual gains bargaining.
oProvide guidance, leadership and direction of the $950M facilities bond program to build and enhance an exceptional learning environment for student learning and success at both Colleges.
oLead a commitment to advancing the District’s support of diversity and cultural pluralism through ensuring the recruitment, hiring and retention of highly qualified and culturally diverse faculty, administrators and classified professionals in accordance with board policies.
oExperience in providing leadership for the role of technology in higher education, including resource allocation and support of innovative uses of technology to expand services to students, faculty and staff.
oFurther spearhead the District’s commitment to participatory governance and the role of all constituents including faculty, administrators, classified professionals and students by ensuring that these constituent groups participate in the decision-making process and in the development of recommendations to the Board of Trustees.
oAdvocate for and articulate an innovative vision of the District to the educational, political, business and civic leaders of the local community, the state and the nation.

Community Leadership
oBuild public-private partnerships locally and regionally to maximize an organization’s impact in the community.
oDevelop new sources of external funding; promote income-generating ventures and partnerships with business and industry.
oStrengthen existing ties and/or develop ongoing partnerships with business, industry, local communities, K-12, and other colleges and universities.
oInspire community leaders and organizations to support and participate in District and College programs and services.
oEncourage District and College leaders to engage with the community and represent the needs of the District and Colleges to the community.
oProvide entrepreneurial leadership on behalf of Chabot College and Las Positas College Foundations.

Board Leadership and Development
To ensure the institution is accomplishing its goals for student success, the governing board regularly reviews key indicators of student learning and achievement and institutional plans for improving academic quality.

The Chancellor should possess the ability to:
oEstablish a strong and trusting partnership with the Board of Trustees and create a culture of mutual respect and open communication between the Board and the Chancellor.
oActively and regularly communicate with the Board as a whole and individually as necessary.
oAssist the Board in understanding and strengthening their role including setting policy and providing direction for prudent fiscal resource management.
oDirect the preparation of all Board agendas in accordance with applicable laws.
oProvide leadership and professional expertise to assist the Board in annual goal setting, professional development and self-evaluation.
oEnsure that the Board has a code of ethics and conflict of interest policy and individual Board members adhere to the code.
oEnsure that the Board is fully aware of its role and responsibilities in the Accreditation Process.
oEnsure Board of Trustees are knowledgeable on all aspects of accreditation standards.

Minimum Education and ExperienceMinimum QualificationsRequired Qualifications:
oEarned master’s degree from a regionally accredited institution.
oExperience working with Boards of Trustees or comparable governance structures.
oThree to seven years of experience in progressively responsible positions in educational administration.
oComparable experience in business, civic, governmental, or non-profit entities will be considered.
oA person that is equity minded with an understanding of and sensitivity to, and respect for the diverse academic, socio-economic, ethnic, religious, cultural backgrounds, disability and sexual orientation of students, faculty and staff.

Desirable QualificationsPreferred Qualifications:
oEarned doctorate from a regionally accredited institution.
oDemonstrated experience and cultural competency working in large and complex higher education colleges or systems promoting equality and inclusion with an ethnically and racially diverse faculty, staff and student body.
o1-2 years of successful teaching, counseling, or other direct service to students experience in a higher education environment.

Ideal Characteristics:
The District also seeks a leader with the following personal qualities, skill sets and characteristics:
oA person who leads with enthusiasm, confidence, integrity, vitality, and humor, thereby creating an environment that encourages and models mutual respect for all individuals.
oA person who respects institutional traditions and values the opinions and accomplishments of others and is able to instill a climate of accessibility, trust and collegiality.
oA person who speaks effectively, actively listens and takes multiple perspectives into consideration.
oA person with the ability to solve problems creatively, make decisions in a fair and consistent manner and has the ability to communicate the reasons for such decisions.
oA person with well-developed interpersonal skills who will be actively engaged in the needs of two colleges and the unique communities they serve.
oA financial leader with experience in performance-based budgeting.
oA skillful communicator in all forms and in all settings.

Job Work SchedulePhysical Demands and Working EnvironmentINDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES WHO ARE UNABLE TO CARRY OUT THE PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES OF THE POSITION WILL RECEIVE REASONABLE ACCOMMODATIONS TO ENABLE THEM TO PERFORM THE ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE POSITION.

Posting Detail Information

Posting NumberAS340POpen Date12/02/2019Close Date01/24/2020Open Until FilledNoSpecial Instructions to ApplicantsThis is a confidential search process. To ensure full consideration, application materials should be received no later than 11:59:59 p.m. January 24, 2020.

Candidates must have the following available to complete the application:

1. Online Application.
2. Cover letter (not to exceed 5 pages) succinctly addressing the opportunities and challenges identified in the Position Profile and demonstrating how the candidate’s experience and professional qualifications prepare them to serve as the Chancellor for Chabot-Las Positas Community College District.
3. Current resume including an email address and cellular telephone number.
4. List of nine references with the suggested composition: two/three supervisors, two/three direct reports, two/three faculty and/or staff members from current and former institutions, and two classified professionals with one in a leadership position and/or union/senate president.

All completed application materials will be screened by the search committee which includes faculty, staff, administrators, students, and community leaders.

Those candidates who meet the minimum required qualifications and most closely reflect the experience associated with the desirable qualifications and representative duties will be invited for an interview on or about early-March.

First level interviews to occur in early-March, public forums mid-March, and final interviews with the Board of Trustees the fourth week of March. The new Chancellor will be expected to assume duties on or about July 1, 2020.

For additional information or confidential inquiries, contact Mr. Wyman Fong, Vice Chancellor, Human Resources at wfong@clpccd.org or 925-485-5261 (work phon

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