MONTGOMERY, Ala., Aug. 14, 2007 -- So, do you think you have what it takes to be a two-year college president? You might want to think again after you see these job requirements. By the way, sourpusses need not apply (see below).
By way of example, here are the requirements for the position at Snead State Community College:
President-Snead State Community College
Applications are being accepted for the position of President of Snead State Community College, Boaz, Alabama. The college serves approximately 2,368 students with a staff of 83 full-time employees, including a faculty of 35.
Our next College President will be a person of the highest integrity and trustworthiness, who brings the vision and courage needed to ensure the continued success of the Alabama College System.
The President reports to the Chancellor of the Alabama Department of Postsecondary Education. The governing board is the Alabama State Board of Education.
Applicants must submit an official presidential application form and a comprehensive resume or curriculum vitae, as well as a list of five references, including addresses and telephone numbers, and addresses of current and immediate past employers.
Finalists will be required to furnish official college transcripts, medical examination report, and submit to a criminal background check.
For consideration as an applicant for the position, a complete application packet must be postmarked on or before September 12, 2007.
E-mailed and/or faxed application packets will NOT be accepted.
The successful candidate must be available to assume the position within a reasonable time and must be willing to relocate to the college community.
Application forms may be obtained on our website at www.acs.cc.al.us using the link "Job Opportunities" or by writing to the address below. Application materials should be submitted to:
Mr. Bradley R. Byrne
Chancellor, Alabama Department of Postsecondary Education
Division of Legal and Human Resources
Post Office Box 302130
Montgomery, Alabama 36130-2130.
Questions regarding the application and selection processes should be directed to the Division of Legal and Human Resources, Alabama Department of Postsecondary Education.
The telephone number is (334) 242-2993 or contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Salary: Salary is dependent upon qualifications and experience.
A salary range of $119,062 to $153,640 and other allowances are provided.
Benefits include an excellent retirement plan, health insurance, and others. Selection process is subject to the Alabama Sunshine Law. The Alabama State Board of Education is an equal opportunity employer.
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