Clark State Community College

Dean for Health, Human and Public Services

Clark State Community College (CSCC) is seeking a Dean for Health, Human and Public Services. The Dean is responsible for providing academic, strategic, and fiscal leadership in the division’s programs, which include Registered Nursing, Practical Nursing, Medical Assisting, Medical Laboratory, Physical Therapists Assistant, Early Childhood Education, Social Work, Nurse Aid, Emergency Medical Services, Fire Services, Criminal Justice, and Police Academy. (See The Dean for Health, Human and Public Services is expected to begin in late summer.

The successful candidate should possess the following qualifications: a master’s degree, with a Ph.D. in one of the umbrella areas preferred; a minimum of three years community college teaching in one the areas in the umbrella programs; a minimum of three years in a supervisory, administrative capacity at the assistant dean level; effective multi-tasking capacity related to time and fiscal management, team building and supporting appropriate connections and networks for both faculty and students in their chosen academic fields; excellent communication skills; and a value-oriented philosophy of the importance of community college education. See the full profile at for more information.

Clark State Community College was named one of the fastest growing community colleges by Community College Week and has experienced tremendous growth over the last decade. It is a multi-location, open access, two-year institution that serves approximately 6,400 students in Clark, Champaign, Greene, and Logan counties in Ohio. CSCC is based in Springfield, Ohio and includes a campus on 100 acres and a 14-acre downtown. The College offers EMS, Fire Services, Police Academy, and the criminal justice major at the Brinkman Center in downtown Springfield. A location in Xenia, Ohio has been added as well, and will be home to several Health, Human, and Public Services programs.

Application Process
Academic Search, Inc. is assisting Clark State in this search. Statements of interest, applications, and nominations can be sent to: Applications should contain a cover letter that addresses the qualifications for and interest in the position; a current CV; and a list of five references along with each reference’s position, contact information, and a brief statement of the applicant’s professional relationship to the reference. (References will not be contacted until later in the search process, and only with the applicant’s knowledge.). All applications received by July 6, 2019, will receive full consideration.

Questions may be addressed to Jacqueline Woods, Senior Consultant assisting in the search, at

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Clark State Community College practices nondiscrimination in recruitment, selection, hiring, retention, and conditions of employment; that is, all procedures and all actions in these areas are conducted on the basis of ability, training, and experience, without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, ancestry, sex, (including pregnancy and gender identity), marital status, child-bearing status, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, family medical history or genetic information.

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