Closes: Monday, February 25, 2019
Target Start Date
Expected Work Hours
A Master’s degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in counseling, the behavioral sciences, or a closely related field; or equivalent and two years of increasingly responsible academic, career and personal counseling and admissions experience.
Master’s Degree in Counseling, Education, or related field.
Fayetteville Technical Community College is seeking qualified applicants for this part-time position. An Admission Counselor will provide information and assistance to students, staff and faculty regarding academic program requirements, and admission requirements. Work may include some evening and weekend hours as needed.
Provide academic, vocational, personal, and social counseling support to students.
Provide support, guidance, and direction to students in a variety of situations and environments depending upon assignment; assist student in adjusting to a different scholastic and social environment.
Advise students in the areas of admission requirements, program requirements, admission status, and the transfer of credits from other institutions.
Assist students with FTCC enrollment procedures, to include test scores, transcript evaluation, registration, course scheduling, and academic advising.
Interpret and apply College admission standards and policies in determination of student eligibility and standing.
Audit applicant files for completeness and accuracy; contact students for more information as necessary.
Determine program applicant eligibility through the administration of standardized tests and interpretation and evaluation of test scores, evaluation of previous education and transfer credits; recommend admission or alternative action to requested program.
Counsel and provide advice to students regarding course selection and scheduling to ensure program requirements, as well as future goals and objectives are met.
Maintain student academic files; monitor student progress and achievements; identify academic and related problems and provide guidance and advice as warranted.
Speak to student and other community groups to explain College services and programs.
Respond to requests for information; assist students and staff with research, information verification, and problem solving.
Refer students to outside community agencies as appropriate for guidance and support.
Perform related duties as assigned.
How to Apply
Job Post Contact