Coordinator of College and Career Readiness
Closes: Tuesday, February 28, 2023
Target Start Date
Expected Work Hours
- Bachelor of Science required.
- Strong supervisory skills and the ability to achieve a productive and harmonious work unit.
- Three years of admissions experience at a secondary or post-secondary institution
- Master’s degree in Adult Education or educational study area.
- Master’s Degree preferred. (Master’s Degree in a non-educational area combined with experience is sufficient)
In accordance with the organizational chart and overall plan of Vance-Granville Community College, Coordinator of College and Career Readiness reports to the Dean of Workforce Readiness, Health and Public Safety. Coordinator of College and Career Readiness is responsible for providing oversight for College and Career Readiness (CCR) instructional programs and financial budgets. The Director will provide leadership, program and financial management necessary to meet and exceed federal and state performance measures and promote literacy education throughout the college service areas.
The following listing of essential job duties indicates the general nature and level of work required in this job. This is not designed to be a comprehensive listing of all the activities, duties, or responsibilities that may be required in this job. Individuals assigned to this job may be asked to perform other duties as required. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential duties and responsibilities of the job.
- Provide leadership to meet and exceed federal and state performance measures
- Demonstrate knowledge of CCR programs, policies, procedures, and processes
- Hire and evaluate full-time and part-time instructors and staff
- Develop CCR curricula and programs
- Monitor program and student performance using budgets and Tables 4/4B
- Provide financial analysis of cost vs. contract for instructor classes
- Submit monthly budget requirements to the system office
- Participate in monthly director calls and monitoring meeting
- Plan and monitor instructor and staff training programs
- Apply and successfully receive annual funding allocation of 231 and 225 grant funds
- Create an operational budget (s) per federal and state guidelines
- Monitor CCR budgets
- Monitor and keep track of CCR budget line items and budget codes
- Establish training protocols for the coordinator, staff, and instructor to align with student outcomes to ensure the program meets and exceeds federal and state performance measures.
- Ensure program integrity and accountability in accordance with state and federal funding mandates and College standards, policies, and procedures.
- Network and maintain working partnerships within the college community and with external agencies that request and utilize CCR programs.
- Seek alternate funding through grant writing
- Supervise the maintenance of records and the preparation of required reports for auditing
- Supervise timely, accurate reporting, collection, and entry of student data, testing, and outcomes for the Literacy Education Information System (LEIS).
- Facilitate cooperative agreements with external public and private agencies/businesses
- Supervise Adult High School coordination and credit completion
- Monitor student (minors) attendance/performance in accordance with NC G.S. 20-11 to enforce Dropout Prevention Law and input information on the NC DMV Information System.
- Participate in institutional effectiveness and accountability and strategic planning.
- Ensure student access to special accommodations in testing due to learning disabilities, mental/emotional disabilities, and physical disabilities.
- Attend local, regional, state, and/or national workshops to gain program information and professional growth.
- Facilitate the transition of CCR students to non-credit and credit programs.
- Select appropriate materials for the instructional environment.
- Support FTE growth by developing and implementing innovative techniques to retain students until educational goals are attained, and recruit new students.
- Monitor FTE generation for program performance
- Engage in professional development.
- Perform other duties as assigned by the Dean of Workforce, Health and Public Safety
- Light work that includes moving objects up to 30 pounds.
- Sedentary work that primarily involves sitting/standing.
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