North Lake College seeks applications for the position of Vice President of Business Services (VPBS). Reporting to the President, the VPBS is responsible for the organization and administration of the fiscal and business affairs of the college.
Additionally, the VPBS is responsible for the administration of the non-instructional support services of the college including, Facilities Services, IT support, Accounting/Cashier’s Office, and Auxiliary Services
North Lake College is a two-year public community college located in Irving, Texas, serving Irving, Coppell, and northwestern Dallas County. North Lake College opened in 1977, becoming the sixth of seven colleges in the Dallas County Community College District (DCCCD). The DCCCD consists of seven separately accredited colleges led by a Chancellor who reports to an elected Board of Trustees. College operations are supported by centralized District offices. As part of the DCCCD education network, North Lake College works in collaboration with its six sister colleges and the District offices.
The college’s Central campus sits on 276 acres in the Las Colinas area of Irving. Notable Facilities include a 380-seat performance hall, a 59,000 sq. ft. library, 2,000 seat gymnasium, Olympic-size covered natatorium, lake-view walking/ jogging trail, an Outdoor Education Center shared with Irving Independent School District, and on-site DART Orange Line light rail station.
In addition, North Lake operates three community campuses: North Campus in Coppell, South Campus in South Irving, and West Campus adjacent to DFW Airport. Courses are offered at area high schools for dual credit, and implementation is underway for four Early College and P-Tech High Schools.
Irving, Texas, is located between the cities of Dallas and Fort Worth close to the DFW International Airport. The DFW Metroplex offers numerous options for dining, entertainment, arts and sporting events. The Las Colinas area of Irving is home to some of the most iconic corporations in the United States, as well as other national and international companies
North Lake’s student body is racially and ethnically diverse. Of the 11,539 credit students enrolled in fall 2018, 41% identified as Hispanic, 19% as Caucasian, 14% as Asian, and 18% as African American. Approximately 8% of the student body are international students. Approximately 4,000 additional students per year take non-credit courses. Approximately 80% of our students attend college part-time. While many students pursue Career and Technical programs, approximately 75% declare their goals as transfer to a university.
Students at North Lake enjoy a vibrant student life environment with 24 student clubs, numerous honor societies including an award-winning Phi Theta Kappa chapter, and special events and celebrations throughout the year. Athletic programs include: men’s basketball and baseball; and women’s soccer and volleyball. The student newspaper and literary magazine are consistent award-winners.
The college offers technical and academic courses at the freshman and sophomore level and is authorized to grant the Associate of Arts, Associate of Science, and the Associate of Applied Science degrees. Instruction is offered in class, online, and in hybrid combinations of in-class and online.
The college’s signature programs include construction management and technology, logistics, the sciences, information technology, and video technology
An obligation to uphold the Vision, Mission and Values of the college in carrying out duties is inherent in this position. A commitment to sustaining a student-centric approach to the student experience, professional interpersonal behavior, strong oral and written communication, diversity, integrity, leadership, stewardship, respect and accountability to students, employees, and the community is essential.
Responsible for the organization and administration of the fiscal and Timeline and business affairs of the college. Additionally responsible for the administration of the non-instructional support services of the college, including Auxiliary Services.
North Lake College of the Dallas County Community College District has retained the executive search services of Gold Hill Associates to assist in the recruitment and evaluation of potential candidates for the North Lake College Vice President of Business Services position.
To ensure full consideration, application materials must be received by Friday, May 31, 2019.
To be considered for this position, submit the following:
For confidential inquiries, contact: Gold Hill Associates, Dennis Michaelis,
firstname.lastname@example.org, Phone: 254-297-9896
Annual Operating Budget: $45.5 million
Average Age: 25
White (not Hispanic): 19%
African American: 18%
Credit Hours: 81,261
Contact Hours: 1,578,658
Faculty Full-Time: 114
Faculty Part-Time: 295
Faculty Full-Time: 251
Faculty Part-Time: 218
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