$110,000 - $150,000 yearly
  • Blackfeet Community College
  • Browning, MT, USA
  • May 12, 2022
Full time Education

Job Description

Blackfeet Community College

PO Box 819, Browning, MT 59417

Blackfeet Community College (BCC), established in 1976, is an accredited tribally controlled Land grant community college.  BCC serves up to six hundred students in transfer and non-transfer two-year degrees, two-plus-two, transfer degrees and certificate, vocational and community programs. BCC is an eight-hundred-acre campus located within the Blackfeet Indian Reservation in Browning, Montana.  

Mission Statement

The purpose of Blackfeet Community College is to provide the Blackfeet Nation and our “universal community” access to quality education programs that prepare students for achievement in higher education, meaningful employment, basic skill instruction, and community education, while integrating the Blackfeet Culture and Language.


The President, reporting to the college’s Board of Trustees, is responsible for the leadership, management and supervision of academic, administrative and student services programs.  These responsibilities are guided by public relations, marketing, fiscal growth and audit compliance, personnel and organizational capacity, student success and technological advancement. Assessment is data driven.


In addition, the president is responsible for the implementation of the College’s Charter, By-laws, Policies and Procedures and the higher education purposes of the Blackfeet Nation in accordance with the Northwest Commission on College and Universities accreditation standards.


  • Master’s degree in Education, Administration, or related field from an accredited university required
  • Doctorate degree in Education, Administration, or related field from an accredited university preferred


  • Ten years of experience in higher education administration; to include
    1. Knowledge of Tribally Controlled Community College Act and higher education programs;
    2. Knowledge of Native Indigenous, and American Indian culture and traditions; OR
  • Ten years of successful experience with budgets, fiscal growth and audit compliance;
  • Ten years of experiences in fund raising and federal/state/private grant management; AND
  • Exemplar human relations skills;
  • Commitment to a thriving multicultural environment;
  • Provide ethical and regulatory oversight of research that involves human subjects;
  • Understanding of Institutional Research Protocols and Higher Education Ethics as it relates to Native Americans;
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.


$110,000 to $150,000 and other benefits as defined by the Board of Trustees


Blackfeet and/or American Indian/Alaskan Native preference applies. Background and references are checked for all applicants. EOE/ADA/Veteran

For Information and Application Materials: Please contact, Human Resource Department 406-338-5441, Ext. 2205 or 2204. Application materials are also available on the BCC website at

Opening Date: Open Until filled