BCCC Accepting Applications for Provost

The provost serves as the chief academic officer for the college and is responsible for educational policy and academic programs.

BCCC's Newtown Campus, Credit: BCCC
BCCC's Newtown Campus, Credit: BCCC

Bucks County Community College is accepting applications for Provost. A Florida-based search firm is assisting the college in finding the best applicants for the job.

According to an online job posting, the provost serves as the chief academic officer for the college and is responsible for educational policy and academic programs. 

The provost reports to the president. “Duties include assessment of student learning and advancement of student success, program and curriculum development, accreditation and self-evaluation, program review and improvement, academic personnel decisions, budget development, course management, fiscal accountability and sustaining the quality of teaching and learning,” the job posting reads.

“The Provost fosters, supports and enhances a student-centered academic environment which frames the College’s mission and vision,” according to the job posting. 

The job posting states that the ideal candidate will be an experienced leader, scholar and administrator with a commitment to teaching, learning and academic excellence.

“Progressive academic administration record with evidence of significant accomplishments, accreditation experience, and a demonstrated commitment to assessment and accountability are essential,” according to the job posting.

Greenwood/Asher & Associates, Inc. is assisting Bucks County Community College in the search.

Applicants should send materials to the search firm by January 17, 2014. Materials should include a letter, resume and five references. If using email, materials should be submitted to jangreenwood@greenwoodsearch.com as PDF attachments.

If using postal mail, send materials to: Jan Greenwood or Betty Turner Asher, Greenwood/Asher & Associates, Inc. 42 Business Center Drive, Suite 206, Miramar Beach, FL 32550


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