TCC Home Page                               


Welcome CenterAcademicsWorkforce DevelopmentNew StudentsCurrent StudentsFaculty and StaffDonorsCommunity
rollover the links above to activate the sub menus
Bb, Email, SIS
myTCC myTCC Library


Chesapeake Campus Provost
CAMPUS: Chesapeake
  The Campus Provost supports and serves the vision of Tidewater Community College as a national exemplar of a comprehensive community college in the 21st century and represents that vision on campus, throughout the college and the Virginia Community College System, and within the college’s service region.

The Campus Provost at Tidewater Community College provides for plans and actions establishing and maintaining a physical environment conducive to teaching and learning. The Campus Provost provides campus oversight as the chief administrative officer of the campus. As such, the Campus Provost is responsible for advancing the college’s mission and strategic plan by articulating the resources needed to ensure that the campus efficiently and effectively develops and delivers requisite programs and services. The Campus Provost coordinates the planning, development, organizational management, and evaluation of numerous and varied functions to ensure student success. In collaboration with the President and the President’s Executive Staff, Campus Provost engages in and ensures the campus’s engagement in community outreach on behalf of the college within the locality served by the campus.

The Campus Provost reports directly to the college’s President, serves as a member of the President’s Executive Staff, and works collaboratively with college-wide vice presidents in their areas of respective responsibility, to ensure consistency in the implementation of college-wide policies and procedures.
  1. Works as a team player positioning the campus as a critical component in the One College Concept.
2. Direct the development, implementation, and evaluation of campus planning, in concert with the college mission and strategic plan, and articulate goals and objectives to campus personnel and students.
3. Develop, administer, monitor, and evaluate the campus budget in concert with the campus administrative staff and in coordination with the Vice President for Finance.
4. In coordination with the vice presidents for Student Learning & Chief Academic Officer and for Student Success & Enrollment Management as the college’s chief academic and student affairs officers, assess the ongoing status of campus academic and student services programs and the evolving educational and support needs of campus constituents, both internal and external; direct the development and implementation of plans for strengthening existing programs and for integrating identified needs into the academic offerings and student support services of the campus and college; and ensure campus compliance with accreditation standards.
5. In coordination with the Vice President for Workforce Development, ensure that the campus is providing core college-wide workforce development training and services, responding to the distinctive training needs of the communities served by the campus, and taking the lead in any regional workforce programs for which it has been assigned special responsibility.
6. Provide leadership for an innovative campus plan to identify new markets and methods for attracting and retaining students while maintaining core enrollments, in conjunction with the Director of Institutional Effectiveness, and the vice presidents for Student Learning & Chief Academic Officer, Student Success & Enrollment Management, Workforce Development, and Institutional Advancement.
7. Supervise and evaluate the campus administrative staff, and provide leadership and direct supervision for the management and evaluation of faculty and classified staff for the delivery of effective courses and services to students.
8. Serve as liaison between the campus, community, and the college to assess educational and training needs and to enhance college advancement support:
• with public school divisions to partner in programming;
• with business and industry to assess training needs and enhance college advancement;
• with local city governments and their administrations for partnering and enhancing college advancement;
• with state officials, at the direction of the President, to advance the college’s goals and strategic plan.
9. Monitor, in conjunction with other college administrators, on-campus functions and services:
• with the Executive Vice President, the campus physical plant and grounds to ensure the safety and comfort of faculty, students, and staff;
• with the Vice President for Student Learning & Chief Academic Officer, the Learning Resources Center to ensure its support of the academic mission of the campus;
• with the Vice President for Student Success & Enrollment Management to ensure policies and procedures are followed to attract and retain students;
• with the Vice President for Information Systems, the campus information systems to ensure their support of the academic and student services mission of the campus;
• with the Vice President for Finance, the campus business office and the campus bookstore and food service facilities to ensure their support of the academic and student services mission of the campus; and
• with the Vice President for Workforce Development, the campus credit and non-credit instruction, training, and services to ensure that they are presented as seamless, transparent Workforce Development options for the region’s businesses, industries, and government entities.
10. Collaborate with the Vice President for Institutional Advancement to ensure campus participation in advancement activities.
11. Collaborate with the Director of Development/Executive Director of the TCC Educational Foundation to raise funds for the campus.
12. Perform other functions, at the direction of the President, as needed for the benefit of the college.
  1. Earned doctorate from a regionally accredited college or university.
2. Progressively responsible higher education work experience in academic programs or student services, preferably within a community college.
3. Proven leadership in a large, complex organizational setting, preferably within a community college.
4. Demonstrated knowledge of contemporary theories and practices affecting student services and academic programming.
5. A commitment to the community college philosophy and student development process.
6. Demonstrated ability to excel and provide leadership among diverse constituents, to make oral and written presentations, to communicate effectively while establishing cooperative working relationships, to work with ambiguity, and to operate with shared responsibility, while having a sense of vision and humor.
  As delineated in the Required Qualifications section.
  The College offers a competitive salary and an excellent benefits package.
  Review of application materials will commence February 8, 2013 and remain open until filled.
  For consideration, applicants must submit a cover letter addressing their qualifications for the position, a current résumé, and the names, addresses (including e-mail), and phone numbers of three professional references. No offer of employment will be made prior to official transcripts being provided to the college. Please direct correspondence to:

Chair, Chesapeake Campus Provost Search
c/o Executive Vice President
Tidewater Community College
121 College Place, Suite 624
Norfolk, VA 23510

Applications may also be faxed to 757-822-1652 or submitted electronically to E-mail attachments are accepted only in uncompressed MS Word or Adobe Acrobat (PDF) file formats.

The college offers a competitive salary and an excellent benefits package. Additional information about TCC and the position may be obtained by calling (757) 822-1709.

All TCC positions require satisfactory completion of background checks prior to employment.

Tidewater Community College is an EEO/AA employer and is strongly committed to achieving excellence through cultural diversity. The college actively encourages applications by and nominations of qualified minorities, women, disabled persons, and older individuals.
Back to Job Listing