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Crafton Hills College is the younger and smaller of the two colleges in the San Bernardino Community College District which is governed by a locally elected seven -member Board of Trustees. The Crafton Hills College President is the Chief Executive Officer of the college and reports directly to the SBCCD Chancellor. The President is responsible for all college operations and works collegially with campus constituencies to ensure excellence in educational programs and student support services. The President also works with the Chancellor, Vice Chancellors, and the San Bernardino Valley College President to meet District-wide goals and objectives.
The college is known for its excellence and completion in the liberal arts and sciences and in career and technical studies. Faculty, staff, and administrators are experienced, committed and eager to address the challenges the college faces in a new economic environment. They seek a leader who is visible, inspirational, knowledgeable and a collaborative problem-solver.
Crafton Hills College is located in the north eastern portion of the greater Los Angeles Basin. It is nestled in beautiful rolling foothills in a suburban/agricultural area. Its major communities, including Yucaipa and Redlands and more, offer numerous cultural and fine arts opportunities. It is a popular area for the outdoor enthusiast and is known for its bicycling and hiking trails. Within an hour’s drive, one can be in the mountains, the desert or at the ocean. Communities and neighborhoods are welcoming, inclusive and safe and housing prices are moderate compared to the rest of southern California.
This position is an opportunity to work and live in an exceptional place!
Opportunities and Challenges
In addition to the multiple roles and responsibilities of all presidents in similar environments, the new President of Crafton Hills College must be able to:
The successful new President will:
A Master’s degree from an accredited college or university.
Successful senior-level administrative leadership experience.
Three years of management and supervisory experience.
Demonstrated cultural competency, sensitivity to, and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability and ethnic backgrounds of community college students and staff.
An earned doctorate degree from an accredited college or university.
Strong academic experience in either teaching, counseling and/or other faculty experience.