The Vice President of Academic Affairs (VP) will report directly to the President and serve as a member of the Cabinet. Other positions reporting to the President include: VP for Communications, Marketing, and Public Relations; Special Assistant to the President; VP for Technology and Research Services/CIO; VP for Institutional Advancement; VP for Strategy and Organizational Excellence; VP for Enrollment Management and Student Services; VP for Finance and Administrative Services; and an Administrative Assistant.
The VP will have broad responsibility, either directly or indirectly, for the following positions/areas and/or functions: College and Career Readiness; Nursing/Allied Health/Human Services; STEM; Student Success; Course Entry and Faculty Contracts; Resource Support; Culinary/Hospitality/Arts and Communication; Professional Careers Division; E-Learning; Public Safety and Transportation Technologies; Libraries; Learning Innovation and Instructional Design; Faculty Learning and Engagement; Business/Global Business/General Studies; Applied Technologies/Construction; Corporate and Economic Development; and Business and Industry Learning Services. The VP has authority and supervisory responsibility for the six campus deans to ensure exceptional and market-relevant programs are being delivered for Mecklenburg County.
Therefore, the VP will need to develop strong, effective, working relationships and partnerships with all senior leadership of the college, as well as with all departments of the college. The VP will also be expected to work closely with the board of trustees and other external entities.
The Office of Academic Affairs strives to promote and optimize opportunities to better serve Central Piedmont students, the community, and businesses, thereby fulfilling its vision of institutional excellence and student success. The primary role of the office is to provide guidance and support in the planning, managing, and evaluating of all curriculum, continuing education, and basic skills areas of the college.
The VP serves as the Chief Academic Officer in a learning-centered college for assigned divisions, and supervises the development, implementation, communication, and evaluation of the curriculum. The VP provides highly complex and responsible assistance to the president and works collaboratively with business and industry to ensure that the college has innovative workforce training programs that respond to community labor market demands. Provides executive leadership in creating a unified and focused vision for student success.
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To make a nomination, provide a referral, or for additional information please use the contact information below. To apply, submit a resume and/or vita and cover letter to:
Coleman Lew Canny Bowen
6101 Carnegie Blvd., Suite 300
Charlotte, NC 28209
Ken Carrick, President
Janny DeLoache, Consultant