Intake Assessment Coordinator
The position of INTAKE ASSESSMENT COORDINATOR - ADULT EDUCATION PROGRAMS is available in the Continuing Education Department. This position is on a full-time, 12-month basis, working under the direction of the Manager of Adult Education. The position is on a grant-funded basis.
This position serves as the initial contact for the Adult Education learner and is responsible for appropriate intake, assessment, and goal development of learners. The Coordinator must be able to work with adults lacking a high school credential and immigrants lacking Basic English communication skills. Specific responsibilities include: ensuring that the program tracks and documents intake and assessment for goals and literacy levels of learners per grant requirements; implementing program’s enrollment process including scheduling, managing and documenting wait lists; collecting organizing and updating files for each student on college and DLLR database; advising students on behavioral and attendance issues and enforcing college and program rules and regulations; ordering, taking inventory, and ensuring security of test materials; coordinating the orientation, intake, and assessment sessions for GED and ESOL students; implementing and administering new assessment policy; developing and coordinating policies and procedures for assessment and placement of learners in appropriate level classes at appropriate educational functioning levels; communicating with learners and instructors/tutors regarding placement, progress, and attendance issues; working together with others to address the special needs of enrolled learners including individuals with disabilities and language challenges; identifying professional development needs for assessment and intake and coordinating activities to address those needs; referring learners to support services and/or outside agencies; assisting with the development and execution of the program’s Data Quality Plan; performing assignments based upon program demographics, enrollment trends, and the needs of target populations; attending state Intake/Assessment Specialist meetings and serving on assigned committees; traveling to class sites to conduct post-testing; troubleshooting technology post-testing and other duties as required.
Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree preferred. Minimum of one year of related experience and experience in administering standardized tests. Mastery in the operation of computers and application software to include; Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. Technical experience manipulating databases required. Experience in an Adult Education and Family Literacy Services (AEFLA) funded adult education program, delivering professional development/training, and some counseling preferred. Experience working in a DLLR funded program preferred. Ability to speak a language(s) other than English a plus.
SCHEDULE: Position is 30 hours a week with a minimum of 2 evenings from 5 – 9 p.m.
SALARY: Grade 10 on the 12-Month Salary Scale. Minimum starting salary: $36,118 - $48,518. Includes excellent fringe benefit package. Position is on an annually renewable, grant-funded basis.
APPLICATION PROCESS: All interested applicants should submit a cover letter to include your minimum required salary and resume by August 18, 2017 to the Human Resources Department at Carroll Community College, 1601 Washington Road, Westminster, MD 21157 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. In order to qualify for employment, candidates must successfully complete a criminal background check.