Academic Success Coordinator
Company: Beaufort County Community College
Posted on: April 10, 2021
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records, click on the Print Preview link. Full-time 11-month staff
position reports to the Director of Student Support Services. This
is a full-time staff position, primarily requiring daytime work
hours; however, some evening and weekend work may be required.
Grant funded position - Position available contingent upon funding.
Location Washington, NC Full-Time/Part-Time Full Time Type of
Position Professional Minimum Qualifications Education:
--- Bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited institution in
counseling, education, business, or related field Work
--- A minimum of 2-3 years work experience in a post secondary
school system or community college, or in a relevant field or
setting. Preferred Qualifications Education:
--- Master's degree from a regionally accredited institution in
counseling, education, business, or related field --- Significant
experience in TRIO Programs, especially Student Support Services.
--- An understanding of and experience with TRIO Programs and
--- Experience in program management and supervision.
--- Experience with Colleague software on Datatel computer
--- Demonstrated knowledge of record keeping and privacy
--- Work experience in higher education. Under the direction of the
Director of Student Support Services, the Academic Coordinator
works cooperatively with BCCC faculty and staff and performs the
following: --- Responsible for maintaining a reliable framework to
provide academic strategies and tutorial assistance for degree,
diploma, and certificate curriculums. --- Oversee and manage the
peer/student tutor program. Duties include recruiting, training,
and supervising qualified student tutors, maintaining accurate
records, providing workshops and seminars to build academic skills.
--- Assign tutors with students according to the students needs.
--- Oversee the maintenance of complete and accurate records of the
tutorial program, (i.e., required institutional records such as
time sheets and payroll records, and records of service to students
such as the service log.). --- Monitor performance checks from
faculty and staff to determine and evaluate each student's
progress. --- Manage the evaluation processes of tutors and
students being tutored. --- Provide information to students
regarding the tutorial program. --- Work collaboratively with the
SSS Student Development Coordinator to offer student success
initiatives (workshop planning and implementation, facilitating
leadership, etc.) --- Maintain academic support materials and other
resources to ensure student success. ADDITIONAL DUTIES AND
--- Serve as a tutor specialist, as needed.
--- Serve on appropriate college committees as requested.
--- Participate in professional development activities designed to
enhance job skills and knowledge, as agreed upon by the employee
and supervisor. --- Interact with students, the public, the
community, and co-workers in a cooperative, courteous and
professional manner. --- Comply with the college's policies and
procedures as outlined in the Faculty and Staff Policy Manual ---
Work collaboratively with campus wide student success initiatives
--- Perform related duties and responsibilities, as assigned by
supervisor. FLSA Non-Exempt Estimated Hours per Week 40 Salary
$36,016 - $48,920. Based on the College's salary plan. This range
is inclusive of educational levels through a Master's Degree. Open
Date 04/06/2021 Close Date 04/21/2021 Open Until Filled No Special
Instructions to Applicants About Us Washington and Beaufort County
are at the heart of eastern North Carolina's Inner Banks. Beaufort
County's many waterways provide a variety of recreational offerings
and waterfront living. Beaufort County lacks only the congestion
found in larger areas, as access to shopping, dining, education and
medical facilities can be found within its borders. At the same
time, the state's more urban areas are a convenient drive away.
Supplemental Questions Required fields are indicated with an
- * How did you hear about this employment opportunity?
- BCCC Website
- NC Community College System Website
- Washington Daily News (or website)
- Daily Reflector (or website)
- College or University Career Center
- NC Division of Employment Security
- Greater Diversity
- BCCC Employee
- * Do you have a minimum of a Bachelor's degree in counseling,
education, business or related field from a regionally accredited
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