Provost (Chief Campus Officer) #2146 - St. Petersburg College in St. Petersburg Florida

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St. Petersburg College

St. Petersburg, Florida 33710

United States
(ID #2146)

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Detailed Job Description

Key Position Information:

St. Petersburg College (SPC) is a multi-campus institution that is committed to helping students finish what they start to achieve their goals. Each campus is headed by a Provost/Chief Campus Officer who is accountable for essential aspects of Campus operations and student success. The Provost/Chief Campus Officer provides leadership to assure that our students experience a positive learning environment with timely staff engagement and quality support services. As a member of a college-wide Provosts Council, the Provost/Chief Campus Officer ensures collaboration and cooperation among faculty/staff, campuses. Additionally, Provosts are responsible for fostering key participation in community affairs, and developing partnerships with schools and the workforce community.

Effective summer 2015, St. Petersburg College is seeking to fill two vacancies for Chief Campus Officer/Provost positions at theSt. Petersburg/Gibbs and the Seminole Campus.

Competitive candidates should be enthusiastic, energetic, highly visible, skilled communicators, and forward thinking. Candidates should be able to demonstrate a willingness and experience in developing and executing change, establishing and developing community and business partnerships, and applying high impact practices to produce quality staff, programs and student success. We are seeking individuals who possess organizational strategy and promote staff development and progression. The ability to work as a team with fellow colleagues is a must to carry out the college-wide effectiveness as identified in St. Petersburg College’s mission, vision and values. 

St. Petersburg/Gibbs is the longest established campus and enjoys a reputation for having faculty and staff who truly enjoy serving our students and our community. The St. Petersburg/Gibbs Campus offers the college’s full range of certificate, associate and baccalaureate degree programs, along with robust on-site services and activities in support of student success.  Academic programs include the college’s nationally-recognized Applied Ethics Institute, College of Business, College of Computer and Information Technology, Humanities and Fine arts and Music Industry Recording Arts (MIRA), Mathematics, Natural Science, Social and Behavioral Science, Communications, and College of Education.  St. Petersburg/Gibbs is also home of the consistently A-graded St. Petersburg Collegiate High School.

St. Petersburg/Gibbs’ library, the West St. Petersburg Library, operates jointly with the City of St. Petersburg and provides the enhanced benefit of college and community library resources all in one. The planetarium at the St. Petersburg/Gibbs Campus is a “star theater” with a 24-foot domed ceiling, complemented by a rooftop observatory with high-powered telescopes.

Students thrive in an atmosphere of enjoyable and productive student engagement both inside and outside the classroom. Students participate and gain life and leadership skills in numerous highly active  clubs and organizations, including the  Student Government Organization and  the internationally-recognized Eta Nu chapter of the  Phi Theta Kappa honor society.  And SP/G is the home of four St. Petersburg College Titan athletic teams – men’s basketball, women’s basketball, volleyball and tennis. In the Fall 2014 Semester, the St. Petersburg/Gibbs campus had a credit enrollment of 8,056 students.

The Seminole Campus is a full service campus that offers certificate, associate and baccalaureate degree programs. The Campus is among St. Petersburg College’s fastest-growing, and is very involved with partnerships in the surrounding communities.  The Campus hosts the offices of the University Partnership Center and the Institute for Strategic Policy Solutions.  Its facilities include a state-of-the-art digital presentation auditorium (the Digitorium) and Conference Center, making it a busy place for meetings and conferences across the county and beyond.  The Campus is home to workforce programs in Hospitality Management, Environmental Science Technology, Digital Arts (graphics, video, web design and game development), and Entrepreneurship and a baccalaureate program in Public Policy and Administration.  The Campus has a reputation for innovation and extensive and creative use of technology. In the Fall 2014 Semester, the Seminole campus had a credit enrollment of 7,196 students.

Department/Location: Provost Office / Seminole, St. Pete / Gibbs
Minimum Requirements:

Master's degree in a related field to assigned area. Doctorate degree preferred. At unique service Campuses, a combination of professional and educational experience may be considered.

Seven (7) years professional administrative experience, at least 3 of which are in higher education or other senior administrative educational experience.

* An equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job may be acceptable in lieu of those requirements listed above.

Keyword Phrases

  • Provost
  • Chief Campus Officer
Employment Type:Higher Education Executives
Degree Required: Masters
Experience: See Job Description
Salary: Competitive
Type of School:2 - Year Institution / Technical
Application Requirements: CV/Resume