College Appoints Vice President for College Services

Published 09.08.2010

Faculty & Staff

David KayDavid Kay has been named vice president for college services at Pennsylvania College of Technology.

Kay, who had been assistant vice president for human resources, began his new duties at the college on Sept. 1.

"David will continue to provide leadership for human resources at the college and will transition this fall to supervising The College Store, as well," said Penn College President Davie Jane Gilmour. "I have full confidence in David's leadership and welcome his contributions at President's Council."

Kay will continue to be responsible for all human resources functions relating to employee recruitment, hiring, compensation, benefits, wellness, policies, faculty-bargaining issues, salary systems, unemployment compensation and employee orientation. He has been employed in the Human Resources Office at Penn College and its immediate predecessor institution, Williamsport Area Community College in various positions since 1986.

Kay holds a Master of Arts in industrial and labor relations from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. He earned a bachelor's degree in education from Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania. He serves on the board of directors for the West Branch Drug and Alcohol Commission. He and his wife, Joann, coordinator of veterans affairs and work study at Penn College, reside in South Williamsport and have a son, Jonathan; a daughter, Jessica; a grandson, Brady; and a granddaughter, Madelyn.

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