Employment Opportunity: WSCC Vice President of Administrative Services

February 12, 2024

Employment Opportunity: WSCC Vice President of Administrative Services

West Shore Community College seeks an individual to provide project leadership to, and on behalf of the President. In addition to this, The Vice President of Administrative Services is responsible for cross-functional collaboration in providing strategic leadership for administrative services, and collaborates with college leadership on short- and long-term institutional planning. The ideal candidate will bring senior financial and operations management experience in a higher education institution or relevant experience elsewhere at an organization of comparable scope, scale, and complexity.

West Shore Community College is an innovative and progressive institution of higher learning located in a picturesque setting near Lake Michigan in a part of the state that offers year-round recreational activities. The College is uniquely positioned with respect to finances, including no debt and a healthy fund balance, a dependable revenue stream for capital expenditures, up-to-date technology, beautiful facilities, and a very small deferred maintenance backlog. WSCC offers a student-centered and team-based atmosphere with a staff that is dedicated to excellence in serving students’ learning needs and serves a multi-county district that includes Mason, Manistee, Lake, and Oceana counties. Additional information about the college is available at www.westshore.edu.

WSCC offers an exciting and rewarding work environment where faculty and staff are dedicated to putting students first, and a full benefit package including retirement, dental, vision and health insurance. Salary starting at, or above $104,233. For a full position description, desired qualifications and to submit materials, please visit our online portal at https://www.westshore.edu/about/employment/. For best consideration, please apply by February 29, 2024. EOE

This is a paid posting. Posted Feb. 12 to 29, 2024

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