The Missouri Community College Association (MCCA) announces the search for a President /CEO. MCCA’s mission is to provide advocacy, information, professional development, and collaboration for Missouri’s community colleges. It is an individual and institutional membership organization.
Familiarity with and understanding of the mission of community colleges.
Knowledge of statewide higher education issues and experience working with higher education institutions.
Understanding of state and federal political processes.
Familiarity with economic and workforce development policies.
Outstanding oral, written, and visual communication skills.
Experience with association and/or nonprofit organization management.
Experience working directly with a volunteer led governing board.
Demonstrated ability to build coalitions and collaborate with a diverse group of people from a wide variety of sectors.
Experience with member services, retention, and acquisition.
Ability to lead a professional staff team and volunteer leaders.
Experience developing, implementing, and monitoring budgets.
Experience planning meetings and events.
Demonstrated management skills.
Experience with grant writing and/or grant management.
Highly proficient in the use of computer programs including but not limited to the Microsoft Office suite.
Experience leading and implementing a professional communications plan to help accomplish the strategic objectives of the association.
Demonstrated ethical leadership and an ability to achieve the association’s strategic objectives and maintain its vitality, worth, and members’ allegiance.
Action-oriented, entrepreneurial, adaptable, and innovative approach to planning and operations.
A master’s degree or higher from a regionally accredited college or university.
Willingness and ability to travel to meetings, including out-of-state appointments.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Provides leadership and direction toward the achievement of the association’s mission, vision, and strategic objectives.
Provides oversight of and participates in advocacy efforts.
Establishes sound, durable working relationships with association members and multiple and diverse internal and external constituencies, including legislators, policy-makers, and other organizations.
Presents a strong, positive image to multiple and diverse internal and external constituencies.
Coordinates involvement of Board of Directors members, Presidents/Chancellors Council members, and appropriate college staff and trustees in the development, planning, implementation, and management of association programs and events.
Communicates with the Presidents/Chancellors Council on the condition of the association and the impact of current events.
Recommends an annual budget for Presidents/Chancellors Council approval and manages the association’s resources prudently, within budget guidelines, and in accordance with state and federal laws and regulations.
Supports the Presidents/Chancellors Council and Board of Directors through regular meetings, retreats, committee work, and other meetings.
Manages the human resources of the association in accordance with authorized policies and procedures and in accordance with state and federal laws and regulations.
Speaks on behalf of the association at state and national conferences and meetings.
Networks at the state and national level.
Maintains a working knowledge of significant developments and trends affecting community colleges.
Maintains membership in appropriate professional associations.
Performs additional duties as assigned by the Council or Board of Directors.
Resume and letters of intent should be forwarded to:
MCCA Presidential/CEO Search Human Resources Department Ozarks Technical Community College 1001 E. Chestnut Expressway Springfield, MO 65802 or via email to email@example.com (preferred)
Applications will be accepted through 7/14/17
Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience. Competitive benefits package provided, including 401(k), 100% paid employee health/dental/vision insurance, vacation and 14 paid holidays.
Through MCCA, the Missouri's 12 community colleges come together to share ideas and advance common goals. Unlike state’s that have systems, Missouri’s community colleges each have their own board of trustees who make decisions for the college. Still, there are times when statewide decisions need to be made, and that’s where the association plays a vital role.