SMCC is Searching for the Next Vice President of Administrative Services
President Richard Daniel, Ph.D., invites inquiries, nominations, and applications for the next Vice President of Administrative Services for South Mountain Community College (SMCC). The Vice President of Administrative Services (VPAS) is the chief financial and business services officer of the college. Reporting to the President, the Vice President will work closely with Faculty Senate cabinet officers, Deans, and Department Chairs. The VPAS will join a committed team of senior executives led by a visionary President and supported by excellent faculty and staff, many of whom have been at SMCC for a number of years.
The VPAS will provide leadership to the Administrative Services Division to fulfill the college mission, which states the College “provides a quality higher education for our diverse community. With a broad understanding of local, state, regional and national trends, regulations, laws and processes the VPAS will help guide the college’s efforts toward quality and innovation. The VPAS will work collaboratively with faculty, students, staff, and the community in a shared governance environment and further the college mission with attention to sustainable strategies to move SMCC forward and to foster transparency and trust.
- Dr. Cate McNamara, Past Faculty Senate President, Library Faculty
- Dr. Kristina Scott, Vice President of Student Affairs
- Alicia Sangha, Project Manager, President’s Office
- Donicio Jensen Bobadilla, Staff Representation Senator, Program Analyst
- Chris Glick, Non Exempt Staff Representative, Audio/Visual Analyst
- Bruce Battle, Public Relations and Marketing Director
- Tim Budworth, Associate Vice President of Information Technology
- Dr. Carol Smith, English Faculty, Phi Theta Kappa Coordinator
- Mark McCain, Director of Fiscal Services
- Ralph Thompson, Student Services Supervisor, Student Affairs
- Maria Bailey-Benson, myCareer, Library, and CTL Division Chair, Business
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