Part Time Perkins Career and Technical Education Coordinator

The Perkins Career and Technical Education Coordinator will oversee the Perkins grant program. The Coordinator will report to both the current Perkins during the transition as well as the Vice President of Academic Affairs. The Perkins Coordinator is responsible for the following:

Serve as the primary point of contact between NYSED Perkins staff and the College institutional representatives, Major Effort directors, and institutional research staff.

Keep abreast of NYSED communications sent to the Perkins Listserv and update NYSED on changes in contact information to ensure institution is kept current on all Perkins matters.

Provide leadership to Perkins via grant management, and programmatic and budgetary oversight.

Collaborate with key campus and off- campus stakeholders to ensure institution-wide awareness, commitment and support for achieving progress towards the 2016-17 Perkins Target Performance Standards.

Coordinate the planning, meeting, and documentation of the Perkins Local Advisory Council activities.

Monitor all Major Efforts at the institution for adherence to the Perkins Guidelines and to ensure all Perkins-funded Major Efforts and activities run efficiently and effectively toward achieving the target performance standards.

Focus on utilizing resources provided by NYSED to make improvements in priority areas: resulting in increased participation of students in CTE Careers that are Non-Traditional for their gender, increased retention, and increased completion.

Coordinate submission of nominations of CTE students pursuing careers that are Non-traditional for their genders for consideration of the Vanguard Award.

Track Perkins spending on a regular basis and submit budget amendments as needed to ensure the total Perkins allocation is spent according to the NYSED approved budgets/amendments.

Work with institutional research staff to improve data collection and ensure timely report submission.

Ensure submission of all required programmatic and fiscal reports to NYSED by established due dates and assist in the development of renewal applications.

Report to NYSED on budgetary changes/ delays in Major Effort progress, and adjust timelines to maximize the effectiveness and efficiency of Major Efforts and use of Perkins funds.

1. Bachelor's degree (BA/BS) from four-year college or university; or equivalent combination of education and/or experience.

2. Prior experience managing a grant.

3.Demonstrated Project management skills.

4. Knowledge of career and technical education programs.

5. Proficient computer skills including experience with Microsoft Office Word, PowerPoint, and Excel and other various academic and information management operating programs.

$30/ hour x 25 hours/ week x 42 weeks

Application Instructions:

Applicants for this position should submit a current resume and a cover letter

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DCC is committed to the principle of diversity and encourages applications from women, minorities, veterans, the disabled and all others (AA/EOE).

Posted 7/31/17 open until filled


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