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College Name: Kern Community College District
College Location: Bakersfield, CA 
Position Title: Associate Vice Chancellor, Economic and Workforce Development

The Associate Vice Chancellor, Chief Economic and Workforce Development Officer, reports directly to the Vice Chancellor, Educational Services, and provides overall leadership in the planning, organization, administration, evaluation, policy development, and implementation for the Economic and Workforce Development programs and initiatives throughout the District. This is an exciting opportunity to lead the programs for our three colleges that cover almost 25,000 square miles that includes over five counties and the Sierra Mountains, Southern San Joaquin Valley, and the Eastern Sierras including Mammoth Lakes. The primary areas of responsibility include working with the three college deans in providing administrative oversight for the Career and Technical Education programs, all of the economic and workforce education programs, California Strong Workforce programs, leadership for the high school to college completion pathways projects, including dual enrollment and articulation, and leadership for the adult education consortium. Our colleges are providing a variety of innovative programs dedicated to student success that are recognized statewide.

Closing Date: April 5, 2019
Salary: $134,787-$176,852 annually
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College Name: SkillsUSA
College Location: Leesburg, VA 
Position Title: Executive Director

SkillsUSA, a national membership association serving high school, college and middle school students preparing for careers in trade, technical and skilled service occupations, is a partnership of students, teachers and industry working together to ensure America has a skilled workforce.

The next Executive Director is a proven executive-level leader whose career in a similar-size or larger national or international organization has been noted by his or her vision for growth, exceptional communication abilities and servant leadership style. This person must exhibit success in collaborating with and convening diverse stakeholders including education (students, teachers, school administrators, etc.) as well as business, federal, state and local government, and nonprofit partners sharing common interests and values. She/he/they will ensure that the aspirations and goals of the organization are pursued in a collegial, transparent and highly participatory manner.

Direct experience in a career and technical education (CTE) organization or agency is not required, but general knowledge of the sector and the current education and industry landscape would be highly advantageous. Experience in a membership driven, Chapter structured organization would be a plus. A savvy leader who possesses the ability to serve members, Chapter Leadership, Board of Directors, State Association Directors, and staff with professionalism and collaboration while also creating a strong internal management structure to build resources and infrastructure within SkillsUSA to meet strategic objectives is paramount. This person is a decisive leader who can develop and support high-producing teams of professional employees through effective management, delegation, professional development and confident decision making.

Closing Date: May 1, 2019
Salary: $200,000
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College Name: Portland Community College
College Location: Scapoose, OR 
Position Title: OMIC Training Director

The Oregon Manufacturing Innovation Center (OMIC) is a collaborative environment bringing together industry, higher education and government in partnership to develop new tools, techniques, and technologies to address near-term manufacturing challenges through applied research and advanced technical training. PCC is leading the Center, which combines on-the-job training with classroom and lab instruction in an apprenticeship type model. Students can complete different educational pathways that lead to employment and/or career advancement opportunities through OMIC training. The OMIC Training Director position provides an exciting opportunity for a strategic, collaborative and visionary leader to guide the successful development of this critical program in support of the College, the OMIC collaborative, the region and the state.

The Director must bring a strong record of project and program management successes, and a commitment to championing the need for dedicated manufacturing training that leads to living-wage jobs. It will be critical for the Director to build and grow impactful new training programs, setting and following through on jointly-developed goals.

Closing Date: March 2, 2019
Salary: $81,298 - $99,591
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