GCC Seeks Interim Superintendent/President

Glendale Community College auditorium

GLENDALE—At a special Board meeting on May 9, 2012 the Glendale Community College Board of Trustees approved the job announcement launching the search for an interim Superintendent/President to replace Dr. Dawn Lindsay who will leave the college in July for a position in Maryland.

Applications will be accepted through June 1 with an expected start date of July 1 or soon thereafter. The Board expects the interim position to last approximately one year.

The Board also decided that Donna Voogt, Administrative Dean, Human Resources will facilitate the recruitment process. A focus group/task force will be formed from the various campus constituent groups to paper screen and rank the candidates. The Board will have the responsibility of determining which candidates will be interviewed, conducting the interviews and making the final selection. The selection will be made by June 29.

As stated in the job announcement, the Board is seeking an interactive leader committed to the comprehensive community college and an open shared/participatory governance style to lead the college during the search for a permanent superintendent/president and to carry on the institution’s tradition of outstanding service to the greater Glendale community.

Read the detailed job announcement.
http://wwwglendale.edu/employment. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply.

Glendale Community College (GCC) is a public community college that is governed by a five-member elected board of trustees, with Dr. Hacopian as its current Board President. GCC has provided quality higher education to students of all backgrounds, ages, abilities and learning styles since it was founded in 1927. Rooted in the history of the city of Glendale, the college has a remarkable tradition of being responsive to the changing needs of the workforce, and local community. GCC is open equally to all adults or high school graduates who can benefit from higher education. GCC’s primary mission is to prepare students for successful transfer to four-year universities or for successful placement in rewarding careers such as nursing, culinary arts, and computer technology. The faculty is dedicated to quality education that prepares students for future careers as well as their responsibilities to our community, state and society.


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