President of Northeast Wisconsin Technical College (NWTC)

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President of Northeast Wisconsin Technical College (NWTC)
The Northeast Wisconsin Technical College District Board invites applications and nominations for the position of President of Northeast Wisconsin Technical College (NWTC). The President is the chief executive officer of the College and reports to the District Board. The successful candidate will be a dynamic, innovative, collaborative, and energetic leader with the vision, skills, and integrity required to guide this quality college to higher levels of achievement. The new President will assume office in spring 2023.

Northeast Wisconsin Technical College, a public two-year technical college serving nine counties and thirty-two K-12 school districts in Northeast Wisconsin, is one of 16 districts that operate within Wisconsin in a statewide plan for vocational, technical and adult education. It is governed by a nine-member Northeast Wisconsin Technical College District Board. NWTC's mission is firmly rooted in access to education, student success, and lifelong learning to meet the region's workforce needs. Offering over 200 associate degree, technical diploma, certificate, and apprenticeship programs, the College has become the area's resource for affordable excellence in higher education. To learn more about Northeast Wisconsin Technical College, please visit www.nwtc.edu .

NWTC is seeking an innovative, experienced, transparent, and diversity-centered leader who will support students, faculty, and staff. In addition, the new leader will serve as an advocate for the College's rural and growing underrepresented populations, including its continual commitment to Native Nations.

Minimum Qualifications

• An earned doctorate in education or related field from an accredited institution (preferred).

• Extensive higher education administrative experience (of at least five years) in positions of increasing responsibility affecting an entire institution with multiple sites.

• Experience with, and leadership of, assessment and accreditation activities (preferred).

• Demonstrated classroom teaching experience at a regionally accredited institution of higher education (preferred).

To see a complete position description, including the full leadership agenda for the new president, please see the position profile on the Academic Search website.

The NWTC's District Board is committed to building and sustaining an inclusive and diverse educational environment and encourages applications from interested candidates who can contribute to, promote, and enhance this effort.

Academic Search is partnering with NWTC for this search. Those who are considering applying are encouraged to schedule a confidential conversation with either Senior Consultant leading this search:

• Dr. Carlos N. Medina at carlos.medina@academicsearch.org ;

• Dr. Gwendolyn G. Joseph at gwen.joseph@academicsearch.org or at (281) 889-9299.

Nominations are also welcome. Please submit nominations by sending an email to NWTCPresident@academicsearch.org . Be sure to include the nominee's full name, position, institution/organization, and email address so that we may contact the prospective candidate.  

Review of materials will begin February 15, 2023, and will continue until the appointment is made. For full consideration, please submit materials by March 2, 2023. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. It is anticipated that the next NWTC President will be selected prior to the end of April 2023.

The College is committed to equal opportunity for all persons regardless of political affiliation, age, race, creed, color, disability, marital status, sex, including sexual orientation and gender identity, national origin, ancestry, religion, speaking skills, and genetic testing, and the use or non-use of lawful products off the employer's premises during non-working. It is the policy of NWTC to ensure equal opportunity practices and educational services at NWTC comply with the Affirmative Action requirement from the Wisconsin Technical College System. Any person who believes the equal opportunity rights have been violated has the right to file a grievance. The grievance must be filed within 300 days of the act. View the College's Nondiscrimination & Anti-Harassment Policy to learn more about the grievance procedure.

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