Provost - Helms College in Macon Georgia

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Helms College

Macon, Georgia 31206


United States

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 The Provost will lead the college admissions, financial student services, academic affairs and compliance departments. Future growth plans include a school of health sciences and spa services along with additional campuses.  Beyond supervision of the Sr. Director of Culinary Arts at Augusta and Macon campuses, this person will be also be responsible for leadership of Edgar’s Hospitality Group (EHG) to include multiple upscale restaurants, cafés, conference centers and a planned organic farm near Lake Oconee that serve as applied learning venues for the rapidly growing Helms School of Hospitality.

Position requires an advanced higher education leadership degree, intimate familiarity with admissions, compliance, Title IV and GI federal funding management, new program curriculum implementation and multi-unit hospitality venue management.

Applicants should be energized by Dr. Helm’s vision to eliminate poverty and create new economic energy through middle-skills education and encouraging career development services.

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  • Academic affairs
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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
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