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2 Established in 1962, the college has grown into the largest community college and second largest institution of higher education in the state of Missouri. STLCC’s annual economic impact on St. Louis is $2.5 billon. We annually serve more than 34,000 credit students, and another 34,000 St. Louisans attend our continuing education and workforce training programs. More than 1.2 million students have passed through our doors in pursuit of a brighter future for themselves and for their families; we, as one college moving forward, strive to continue to offer opportunities for our students—and our community—to thrive. St. Louis Community College is a true reflection of St. Louis—our students, faculty, campuses and academic programs mirror the cultural, occupational, geographic and economic diversity of the dynamic city we have been proud to serve for more than 50 years.

3 With 8 college-transfer options and 90-plus career programs in the areas of art and design, business, civic and community service, engineering and technology, allied health and office professions, STLCC annually ranks among the top associate degree—producing institutions in the United States. We offer five associate degrees and numerous certificates of proficiency and specialization, as well as continuing education and developmental courses and business and industrial training. Nearly 3,500 full- and part-time employees, including 435 full-time faculty, support and deliver these programs at our four campuses, education centers, training facilities and satellite locations throughout St. Louis City and County and online.

4 Our students are at the heart of the St. Louis Community College mission. They are diverse in every sense of the word: they are male, female, gifted and challenged; they are first- timers and returners, teenagers and grandparents. They represent 100-plus countries and speak more than 40 different languages, and 43 percent are minorities. And they all come to St. Louis Community College to get started, start over, regain their confidence, discover their passion, reclaim their career, reinvent themselves, expand their minds and change their lives. It’s why we’re here. Florissant Valley Campus -Situated on 108 acres of rolling, wooded hills in north St. Louis County -Recognized for its art, deaf communications studies and advanced manufacturing technology programs -Home to the Emerson Center for Engineering and Manufacturing -Boasts Missouri’s first biotechnology degree program Forest Park Campus -The district's city campus, located across from the world-famous St. Louis Zoo in Forest Park and adjacent to major health, cultural and educational centers, such as the St. Louis Science Center -Missouri's leading provider of health technology training -The premier trainer for the hospitality industry in St. Louis -Supports the William J. Harrison Education Center in north St. Louis City Meramec Campus -Located on 78 park-like acres in southwest St. Louis County -Known for its excellent college transfer program -Home to the Center for Visual Technology, instruction labs containing the latest Macintosh workstations, operating systems and software -Supports the South County Education and University Center in south St. Louis County Wildwood Campus -Opened in 2007 in the district’s west St. Louis County service area -The first community college in the Midwest to receive the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) gold level certification -Offers associate degrees in general transfer studies, business administration, communication arts, fine arts/art education and teaching.

5 Florissant Valley Campus Forest Park Campus Meramec Campus Wildwood Campus Corporate College - The newest addition to STLCC’s growing network of facilities and programs - Our first facility dedicated solely to corporate education and professional development - Home to the Workforce Solutions Group, the college’s workforce development division St. Louis Community College expands minds and changes lives every day. We create accessible, dynamic learning environments focused on the needs of our diverse communities. St. Louis Community is one college, comprised of four campuses working cooperatively and collaboratively to focus on our common goal: to foster the great potential of our students and the unique and diverse cultures in the communities in which we live and work through our wide breadth of educational, cultural, social and civic opportunities, and offerings.

6 Minimum Qualifications Doctorate degree from an accredited university. College teaching experience preferred. Leadership experience in a diverse multi-campus and/or multi-college setting preferred. Administrative experience with progressively increasing responsibilities. Opportunities The Chancellor of St. Louis Community College will be a leader committed to successfully addressing the following opportunity: To work collaboratively to establish a compelling vision and strategic plan for the college, focusing on strengthening the college's competitiveness within the region and positioning the college as the premier provider of academic opportunities and workforce training. Expected Qualities and Characteristics A record of successful senior leadership and administrative experience A leader with a strong commitment to the mission of community colleges and a record of collaboration A leader who will be visible throughout the district and the community and has the ability to connect with faculty, students, staff members, and community leaders. A person who fosters a culture of optimism and success and who implements effective teambuilding, change strategies, and professional development An effective political advocate who will proactively pursue sustainable funding for present and future needs The ability to work effectively with an elected board of trustees and to value the governing board's role in the district

7 An individual who has experience working in a large multi-campus community college and understands how to balance the needs of multiple educational sites/locations while maintaining sound fiscal practices A strong student advocate with a history of achievement and leading student success at all levels A strong faculty and staff advocate who values a culture of respect and trust while promoting diversity, accountability, and innovation The experience and vision to market effectively the district regionally, nationally, and internationally by promoting and growing academic programs, workforce education, training, and services The courage to introduce and implement effective change and innovation The interest and experience to support and work effectively to expand the district's fundraising efforts An experienced leader with success in working with strong labor organizations An individual who has had successful experience with shared governance

8 Review of materials will begin immediately and continue until the appointment is made. It is preferred, however, that all applications be submitted prior to January 18, 2015. Applications received after this date may be considered at the discretion of the search committee and/or hiring authority. For a complete position description, please visit For additional information, nominations, or inquiries please contact: Dr. Preston Pulliams Gold Hill Associates Phone: 503-704-3425 The application package must include the following: 1.Complete and signed employment application 2. A letter of application (cover letter) detailing how your educational background and experience address the listed search profile and qualifications (not to exceed 5 pages) 3.A current resume and/or curriculum vitae including copies of transcripts, email address and cellular telephone number 4.A list of references with the names, home and business telephone numbers, and email addresses of five references: two supervisors, two faculty members, and one direct report These four (4) documents will be the only application information presented to the search committee. Application Process St. Louis Community College is conducting a nationwide search for its next Chancellor. If interested, please visit postings/2818 and apply no later than January 18, 2015.

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