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CAMPUS/CENTER LOCATION: SOUTH CAMPUS DEPARTMENT: SOUTH CAMPUS PUBLIC SERVICE DATE POSITION AVAILABLE: IMMEDIATELY CLOSE DATE: SEPTEMBER 27, 2018 SALARY: $36,672.00 ANNUALLY FLSA STATUS: NON-EXEMPT GRANT FUNDED POSITION - FUNDED WITH EXTERNAL COLLEGE DOLLARS THROUGH AUGUST 31, 2021
The Case Manager/Career Specialist will provide direction to students in individual and group settings who have been identified as having a barrier or barriers to being successful in an academic environment and transitioning successfully from school to work. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: A high school diploma or high school equivalency degree supplemented by a minimum of five (5) years of related experience. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: A minimum of three years of appropriate and relevant professional experience working for a TRIO federal program or similar related program/project serving low-income and potential first generation college student (grades 9-12). Work effectively with several target schools personnel and administrations. Possess strong time management skills to effectively schedule, college tours, workshops and events, knowledge of academic advising and college, career, financial aid and economic literacy activities. Ability to document services provided to assign participants. Ability to use electronic technology, knowledge of computer software to communicate to staff, students, parents and community resources. Recruits participants by informing the community and schools about the program by using, flyers and presentations, etc. Preforms academic needs assessment on student applications. Assists in the selection of program participants, implements program objectives. Plan and supervises extracurricular activities such as college tours educational seminars and cultural events. Establish and maintain contact with students during college and after college graduation. Provides mentors and tutoring opportunities for participants. Participation in state, regional and other training opportunities. Utilizes various computer programs such as Blumens, Word, PowerPoint, Excel, etc. Performs related duties as assigned by Program Director. Travel Requirements: Will require travel to every assigned target school four times during the week, for college campus visits and cultural outings that may be in duration of one to five days and to participate in events at different community locations. Strong oral/written communication and interpersonal skills.
RESPONSIBILITIES/DUTIES: Identify, recruit and enroll students who meet specified criteria. Manage a caseload of students and provide follow-up services. Develop a follow-up plan to ensure an effective transition from high school to college. Create and implement an Individual Development Plan (IDP) for each student that includes personal, academic and career goals, barriers, and interests. Assist students in achieving post-secondary educational goals including application and financial aids processes. Implement appropriate intervention strategies as well as academic/vocational/life goal plans for each individual student. Facilitate appropriate lessons designed to ensure student achievement specific to life, academic and professional competencies, both individually and in group instructional settings. Monitor student attendance and provide students with guidance, coaching, and support within appropriate limits. Provide career awareness through hands-on projects, film presentations, guest speakers, field trips, community service, and workshops that lead to student mastery of life. Foster an appreciation for teamwork, sense of belonging, and commitment to community service. Collaborate with appropriate departments/centers to administer testing programs including pre/post-tests and career interest surveys. Act as liaison between identified students and the student’s parent/guardian/community member. Refer students to additional support services on an as-needed basis and monitor and follow-up, as needed. Comply with all documentation requirements in a timely fashion including contacts and activities involving student achievement and activities. Develop and maintain a well-organized filing system and provide analysis and recommendations when requested. Use the College designated data management system to achieve these goals. Participate in staff, regional and state-wide meetings, and staff development activities. Perform other related duties, as assigned.
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