President

Save
You need to sign in or
create an account to save a job.

The Board of Regents of the Kentucky Community and Technical College System invites nominations and applications for the position of President of the Kentucky Community and Technical College System.

The President oversees a system of 16 individually accredited comprehensive community and technical colleges with over 70 locations serving over 100,000 students annually. KCTCS has an annual operating budget of approximately $908 million and touches the lives of more than 500,000 citizens. KCTCS provides 115 academic programs awarding certificates, diplomas, and associate degrees and plays a vital role in the economic future of Kentucky.  In addition to for-credit offerings, the System provides a variety of initiatives and services that are helping to develop high-skilled workers for today's fast-paced and globally competitive workplace. The KCTCS President serves as an ex-officio voting member of the foundation board and provides direction and guidance to the board on its fundraising agenda to support KCTCS. 

KCTCS is governed by a 14-member Board of Regents. Eight members are appointed by the Governor and six are elected members: two members of the teaching faculty are elected by faculty; two members of the nonteaching personnel are elected by nonteaching personnel; and two members of the student body are elected by students.

Application Process

The target date for applications is Monday, October 19, 2020.  Nominations and applications are accepted until the position is filled.  For additional information about the search, please visit https://kctcs.edu/presidential-search/index.aspx  or  goldhillassociates.com.

Application materials should be submitted to:  kctcspresidentapplication@kctcs.edu

For additional information, nominations or confidential inquiries, contact Dr. Preston Pulliams, President/CEO, Gold Hill Associates, Preston@goldhillassociates.com, (503-704-3425).

KCTCS is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and has an affirmative duty to reasonably accommodate otherwise qualified individuals with a disability.