The Board of Trustees of ASA College invites applications and
nominations for the position of President of ASA College with
campuses located in Brooklyn, NY, Manhattan, NY and Hialeah,
Accredited by the Middle States Commission of Higher Education,
the College is currently on probation status.
The President of the College is the chief executive,
administrative, and education officer of the College and derives
authority from, and is responsible to, the ASA College Board of
Trustees. The President's primary responsibility is to
provide vision for the College and continuous leadership and
direction for the planning and operation of all aspects of the
College's programs and services in conformity with Board policies,
Middle States Commission on Higher Education Standards of
Accreditation and Requirements of Affiliation, USDE rules and
regulations, and New York and Florida State laws. More
specifically, the President is responsible for:
- Developing and implementing a progressive and
community-responsive College philosophy, including a comprehensive
strategic plan that details the institutional mission, vision,
goals and objectives, priorities, and resources for the current and
long-range needs of the region.
- Developing, maintaining, and evaluating the academic programs
and student services of the College and creating a climate that
enhances student learning, stimulates creative approaches to
teaching and learning, and motivates staff, faculty, and students
to optimum achievement.
- Developing and maintaining an appropriate administrative
organization to ensure effective and efficient management of the
College and its resources.
- Recommending policies for Board action, and implementing those
policies adopted by the Board.
- Developing and maintaining a personnel operation that includes
the recruitment, selection, development, compensation, evaluation,
and continuation of all College staff and faculty.
- Preparing, recommending, and administrating the annual
operating and capital budgets as approved by the Board of
- Maintaining and making efficient use of existing institutional
resources and creating new resources.
- Providing for effective internal and external communications,
including keeping the Board informed, being the College's chief
spokesperson, and representing the College to the general
- Providing for the preparation and submission of all reports
required by local, state, and national agencies.
- Representing and actively participating in appropriate local,
state, and national efforts to promote the interests of the
- Managing the operational affairs of the Board of Trustees,
including being its professional advisor by analyzing implications
of proposed actions and making recommendations, handling agendas,
minutes, policies, and other necessary records.
- Representing the College interests as a member of the Higher
Education Community in New York and Florida.
- Delegating to appropriate staff, faculty, and committees,
powers and duties listed above as the President deems appropriate
for the administration of the College;
- Exercising the discretionary power necessary to ensure the
continuous efficient operation of the College, and deciding all
other administrative matters not outlined above and for which no
specific provision has been made in the law or by Board policies;
- Performing any other duties assigned or delegated by the Board
Applications are due January 31, 2022. Candidates must
submit a cover letter describing background and abilities to meet
the criteria set forth in the job posting. Application materials
must also include a resume and three references and should be sent
ASA College, Human Resources Department
ASA College is an equal opportunity institution and