National Search: Senior Vice President for Administrative and Fiscal Services
Montgomery College (Maryland) invites inquiries, applications, and nominations for the position of senior vice president for administrative and fiscal services (SVP), to begin no later than July 1, 2021. Reporting directly to the president, Dr. DeRionne P. Pollard, the SVP leads the administrative operations of Montgomery College to advance the mission, strategic plan, master plans, and goals of the College. Reporting directly to the SVP are the chief business/financial strategy officer, the chief information officer, the chief human resources officer, the vice president of facilities, and the director of public safety and emergency management.
About the College
Chartered in 1946, Montgomery College has served the community with distinction and achieved a position of national prominence.
Montgomery College serves 50,000 credit and noncredit students on three campuses in Germantown, Rockville, and Takoma Park/Silver Spring, and a collegewide Workforce Development and Continuing Education unit, training centers in Gaithersburg and Wheaton, a central administrative services center, community engagement sites, and other off-campus locations.
Racially and culturally diverse, the College enrolls students from Montgomery County, the greater Baltimore-Washington metropolitan area, and more than 155 countries. MC has more than 480 full-time instructional faculty members, 850 part-time instructional faculty members, and 330 Workforce Development and Continuing Education faculty members.
The senior vice president for administrative and fiscal services is the senior-most person responsible broadly for all administrative operations at Montgomery College to:
- advance the strategic plan, master plans, goals, and mission of the College;
- lead units of the administrative and fiscal services division;
- guide the College to maximize the efficient use of assets including facilities, technology, human capital, and fiscal resources to protect affordable access and enhance student success; and
- direct the work of the chief business/financial strategy officer, the chief information officer, the chief human resources officer, the vice president of facilities, and the director of public safety and emergency management.
This senior vice president should have experience in one or several of the areas in Administrative and Fiscal Services Division and must have competence in all of the areas. The senior vice president will use this knowledge and competence to ensure the financial integrity, well-being, and reliability of College operations.
The senior vice president must be committed to the principles of servant leadership, the community college mission, equity and inclusion, teamwork, and participatory governance, and possess the characteristics of sound judgment, flexibility, creativity, openness, integrity, resourcefulness, and humility.
For more detailed information about the position including responsibilities, qualifications, and the application process viewSearch Prospectus
January 5, 2021
Position announcement posted
February 5, 2021
Best date by which to submit application materials
July 1, 2021
New senior vice president assumes position*
*An earlier start date may be considered