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Outstanding Career Opportunity: Superintendent/President

College of Marin is a premier community college in California with a stellar reputation for transfer education, career preparation, lifelong learning, and cultural enrichment. In addition, College of Marin is a leading community college in the area of emerging sustainability and partnership initiatives, with an award winning organic farm, solar installation programs, and a groundbreaking simulated hospital laboratory.

The College of Marin Board of Trustees is seeking a visionary leader to sustain and improve the quality of education being provided by the College’s outstanding faculty, committed staff, and strong management team.

Application Process
For complete details about applying for this position please download and review a .pdf version of the recruitment brochure here*PDF icon. Should you have any questions regarding this position or the recruitment process, please call Ralph Andersen & Associates’ representatives Stan Arterberry at (707) 567-4402 or Heather Renschler at (916) 630-4900. Confidential inquiries are welcomed.

About College of Marin
College of Marin has been the community’s major center for higher learning for 84 years. It plays a vital role as an educational, economic, social, and cultural resource for the entire community.

The College’s Kentfield campus is located in a beautiful natural setting among redwoods and is seen by students as an ideal location, just across the Golden Gate Bridge from San Francisco, and within close proximity to Point Reyes National Seashore, Mt. Tamalpais, and Golden Gate National Recreation Area.

The Indian Valley Campus is located on a spectacular 333 acre oak-studded site in Novato.

The College is governed by an elected Board of seven Marin County residents and a student representative. The District employs approximately 108 full-time faculty, 343 part-time faculty, and 125 support staff employees

EOE
College of Marin is committed to equal opportunity/equal access in all its employment, programs, and services. It is dedicated to a policy of nondiscrimination and as such, is an equal opportunity employer.

Information and Resources

Academic/Classified Senates

Facilities Modernization Program

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