Chief Information Officer
Located in the heart of the capital city of St. Paul, N, Saint Paul College is a regionally accredited community & technical college with over 14,600 credit and non-credit students. The College is a leader in student engagement, student-faculty interaction, student success, and equity and inclusion with a mission of providing learning opportunities in both career and transfer education to enhance personal knowledge and advance economic opportunities for the benefit of a diverse population of constituents. Saint Paul College is one of the most diverse institutions in Minnesota. The credit student population is comprised of 65% students of color, 63% first generation students and has an average age of 26.
Saint Paul College is a comprehensive two-year institution and a member of the Minnesota State System. The College awards Associate of Arts, Associate of Science and Associate of Applied Science degrees, as well as, diplomas and certificate programs in liberal arts, fine arts, health sciences, STEM, business, engineering, and career & technical education programs. Numerous Business, Health, Manufacturing, and Service programs are nationally accredited, and the College has a long standing relationship with the Saint Paul Union Trades, labor councils, and their national affiliates.
Saint Paul College values innovation and student success and has numerous student-centered programs including: The Make-It-Count, a tuition free program for non-traditional students; The Power of YOU, a tuition free program for underserved high school students; Post-Secondary Education Option (PSEO); and Career Pathways Academy, providing area high school students access to educational opportunities and the ability to earn college credit through concurrent enrollment.
The search committee will begin reviewing applications beginning March 25th. Interested parties are encouraged to submit their materials by March 22, 2019. We will continue to accept applications and nominations until the position is filled.
Administrator Benefits 2019
Web Timeline for Chief Information Officer Search
- National search begins
- Search committee determined
- Initial close date for applications – March 22nd
- Initial Interviews –Week of April 15th
- On campus interviews – First week of May
- Search Committee provides names of final candidates to the President
- President interviews candidates
- New CIO announced
- New Chief Information Officer begins position