College Success Coach - Gateway to College
College Success Coach - Gateway to College
Portland Community College
Requisition Number: 09042
Location: Sylvania Campus
Address: 12000 SW 49th Avenue, Portland, OR
Hours of Work: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday - Friday
Position Status: Academic Professional; Level 3; Full-time; Exempt
Starting Salary Range: $42,429 to $73,569 per year
Job Close Date: Apply Immediately; This position will close once sufficient qualified applications have been received.
Continuation of this position is dependent upon annual renewal of funding.
The College Success Coach is responsible for providing a broad range of services in support of high school age students enrolled in the Gateway to College program. Incumbents initiate student contact to ensure student success within the program, provide career and vocational advising, admissions advising, evaluate high school transcripts, advise on high school graduation requirements, assist with course registration, and counsel on attendance and other issues; research and evaluate available community services in assisting students at removing barriers, and develop and implement recruitment and retention strategies, teach CG 100 and CG 130, College Survival and Success and Today's Careers courses. Incumbents in this classification work independently at an assigned campus or remote site.
PCC offers a comprehensive benefit package designed to provide employees and their families, including domestic partners, with a access to a broad range of benefit options. Includes Health, Dental, and Vision options, Group Life, Auto and Home Insurance. Retirement and tax deferred 403B plans.
13.33 hours of Vacation leave per month
1 day of Sick Leave per month
3 additional Personal Leave days per year
Additionally, PCC provides a tuition waiver for you, your spouse/domestic partner, and children under 24 years of age, as well as tuition reimbursement for full-time employees at other accredited institutions.
- Instruct students in CG 100 and CG 130.
- Advise students on program requirements. Develop academic goals. Evaluate student's academic history and education, including transcript evaluation. Introduce students to resources available through the college. May assist students in career exploration.
- Work collaboratively with program faculty and department chair to develop strategies for keeping at-risk students in class. Work collaboratively with other departments to facilitate and address student and program needs.
- Provide support for students experiencing family, personal, or economic crises, which may impact school performance. Help student to access needed counseling services, support networks, community health, or housing services.
- Develop, facilitate, and deliver classroom instruction on various topics such as time management, study strategies, goal setting, learning styles, career planning, and communication skills.
- Consult with a variety of social service agencies in the community explain program requirements generally, or address individual student progress or needs.
- Develop, implement and maintain marketing, recruitment and retention strategies for assigned program. Create brochures, orientation materials, forms, and documents for distribution and/or presentation. Coordinate activities to introduce student to available community services and campus resources. Facilitate orientation meetings. Make presentations to schools, community organizations, churches, and other groups to explain program.
- Maintain an active case file on each enrolled student. Maintain accurate case notes and documentation. Ensure confidentiality is maintained. Maintain statistical information and summarize information in reports as needed. Submit required paperwork according to specified timelines.
- Perform related duties as assigned.
- The education and/or work history sections of your online application form must demonstrate that you meet all of the following Minimum Qualifications. The information on the resume/cover letter will not substitute for the completed application.
- Satisfactory references and successful completion of the criminal background check are required to meet the minimum qualifications for hire into this position.
Masters in Counseling, Psychology (Counseling, Clinical, School, Applied, or Educational), Social Work, Applied Behavioral Science or Education, required to teach CG 100 and 130 courses.
Demonstrated experience working in an educational or social service environment.
Demonstrated experience working with at-risk and culturally diverse populations.
Experience working with students or clients in advising and developing goals.
Experience assessing student needs and coordinating educational and community based services.
Experience managing caseload and case files.
In the online application's Education/Employment History sections, include jobs, duties, and dates that show you meet all of the above qualifications.
Fluency in a second language may be required dependent on job assignment.
Industry experience may be required depending on assigned program.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
Considerable knowledge of local, state, and federal rules and regulations, PCC academic requirements high school completion requirements, CIM/CAM, Prep, PASS or Perkins goals relating to specific program assigned.
Considerable knowledge of subject area and faculty issues.
Considerable knowledge of ethnic and cultural issues.
Knowledge of assessment, testing, and the interpretation and application of test results.
Knowledge of available college and community resources and/or programs.
Skill in operating a computer and various supporting software packages.
Skill in delivering public presentations.
Skill in effective advising and counseling techniques.
Skill in analyzing, interpreting and assessing data related to student progress, persistence, retention, success and drop out retrieval.
Ability to work with at-risk and culturally diverse populations.
Ability to prioritize multiple projects and work in an environment with regular interruption.
Ability to maintain a professional demeanor during emotionally charged situations.
Ability to explain policies and procedures/rules and regulations in a non-threatening manner.
Ability to operate a variety of office equipment.
Ability to effectively communicate in oral and written form.
Ability to meet required timelines.
Ability to manage and keep organized detailed information about the program and student progress.
Masters degree in Counseling, Psychology, or Social Work.
Significant experience teaching and working with at-risk youth ages 16-20 in a community college setting, high school or alternative education.
Significant experience providing academic advising in an educational setting.
Extensive knowledge of Oregon high school graduation requirements, retention issues, and strategies.
Successful experience collaborating with students' families and other professional staff, including district-wide academic advisors, career counselors, faculty, testing, registration, and accounts offices staff.
Successful experience with case management and developing and implementing retention plans for high school-age students to complete their educational goals.
Additional Posting Information:
Additional Posting Information:
To apply for this position you must submit:
1. Completed responses to the Required Questions from the Committee - scroll down to see "Required Questions" below - (Attach document)*
2. Completed online application
3. Cover Letter (attach document)*
4. Current Resume (attach document)*
* When you apply for the position, you will be given an opportunity to attach the above documents. They may be attached in either "Microsoft Word" or ".pdf" formats.
- Initial salary placement will normally be at Step 1. Advanced initial salary placement for directly relevant professional, business or industrial experience may be applied for new Academic Professionals.
- Upon hire candidate will be required to supply official copies of transcripts for all degrees earned.
- Applicants selected for hire will be required to pass a criminal background check as a condition of employment.
- Effective January 1, 2014, all applicants hired by the college will be required to reimburse PCC for the cost of their criminal background check, through payroll deduction.
- This position is included in the bargaining agreement between Portland Community College and the Portland Community College Federation of Faculty/Academic Professional Employees. Employment in this position will require, as a condition of employment, payment of monthly union dues or a monthly fair share fee in lieu of dues through automatic payroll deduction.
- Portland Community College will hire only United States citizens and aliens lawfully authorized to work in the United States. All new employees will be required to complete the designated Immigration Service Employers Verification I-9 form.
- As an Affirmative Action, Equal Employment Opportunity institution, PCC is actively seeking qualified minorities, women, disabled veterans, veterans and individuals with disabilities to enhance its work force and to reflect the diversity of its student body. Applicants with disabilities may request accommodation to complete the application and selection process. Please notify Human Resources at least three (3) working days prior to the date of need.
Documents that must be associated with this posting:
Responses to Required Questions
Documents which can be associated with this posting:
Full Time/Part Time: Full Time
How to Apply
For complete job description and application instructions, visit: jobs.pcc.edu
As an Affirmative Action, Equal Employment Opportunity institution, PCC is actively seeking qualified minorities, women, disabled veterans, veterans and individuals with disabilities to enhance its work force and to reflect the diversity of its student body. Applicants with disabilities may request accommodation to complete the application and selection process. Please notify Human Resources at least three (3) working days prior to the date of need.