/ Modified dec 10, 2014 10:02 a.m.

Pima Community College Holds Forums on Vacant Administrative Positions

College expects to fill vacancies in the coming weeks

PCCcampus3 Pima Community College Downtown Campus.
Fernanda Echavarri, AZPM


Pima Community College is holding forums to fill some vacant administrative positions.

The three are for vice chancellor of human resources, acting PCC East Campus president, and vice president of workforce development.

A team of two has lead Pima’s human resources department since the summer. And the East Campus presidency is opening up with the retirement of Charlotte Fugett. The workforce development position is new and is focused on job training for Pima staff members.

The college is holding forums this week to give employees, students and community members a chance to hear directly from the candidates for each of the positions.

Videos of the forums will be posted online after these take place. The college is asking for input on each of the candidates. Feedback forms will be available online.

The positions should be filled in the next few weeks.

For information on the acting East Campus president forum, click here.
For information on the vice president of workforce development forum, click here.
For information on the vice chancellor of human resources forum, click here.

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