Vice President of College and Student Affairs

The Tennessee Colleges of Applied Technology Covington/Newbern/Ripley invite applications for the position of Vice
President of College and Student Affairs. The Vice President shall be responsible for executing a range of duties in
support of the President. Duties will include participation in the analysis of operational data, report generation,
participation in institution planning and budgeting activities, supervision of assigned personnel, counseling activities,
faculty and curriculum development, facilities maintenance, specialized course management, and marketing the
institution. In addition, the Vice President of the College and Student Affairs shall enforce, oversee, and/or implement
policies and procedures on a range of student affairs issues such as admissions, attendance, progression, financial aid, and
other student services operations. Applicant must be a dynamic individual with excellent communication and computer
skills. The Vice President reports directly to the President.
Applications can be downloaded from Send completed application,
resume, three professional letters of recommendation, and transcripts to:
Linda Ray, TCAT Covington, 1600 Highway 51 South,
Covington, TN 38019
Review of applications will begin immediately with a submission deadline of August 24, 2018.
EOE/Title IX/Title VI/ADA Employer
A Tennessee Board of Regents Institution

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  • Active in the student services and workforce development activities of the College, as well as institutional program and accreditation; grant writing; TBR program proposals; student safety and discipline; maintenance and security programs; capital maintenance; IPEDS; maintain inventory of equipment and supplies.
  • Serves in a supervisory capacity for TCAT Covington/Newbern/Ripley; under the direction of the President.
  • Assist President with student conduct, attendance, and academic matters when needed.
  • Works effectively with Student Services on student development, recruitment, planning and public relations.
  • Assist the President in planning, organizing, coordinating, and directing the instructional programs, curriculum development and serves as a program advisory board liaison.
  • Oversees maintenance, inventory, and security of College(s) facilities and equipment.
  • Assist President with evaluation of personnel.
  • Assist with establishing relationships with industries and supervise special industry and special interest programs.
  • Assists in supervision of instructional programs at extension campuses, planning and implementation of additional satellite campuses, including on-site training in area businesses.
  • Assists with the oversite of the evening college programs.
  • Performs all other duties assigned by the President.

Salary Range

Salary commensurate with education and experience according to Tennessee Board of Regent guidelines.