Coordinator, Select Student Support Services 4S Grant
Conduct the day-to-day operations of the Select Students Support Services (4-S) grant which is designed to provide academic support programs for target students. Act as a liaison to faculty and other departments supporting grant activities; and in conjunction with the Director of Academic Support Programs and the Office of Research and Development and Administration. Analyze the effectiveness of grant programs each semester, prepare annual reports, and prepare and monitor yearly budget.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
Work in conjunction with HSC Director to prepare, administer and monitor grant expenses and budget requests.Implement grant programming.Conduct outreach to students whom, through the Starfish Early Alert warning system, faculty have reported are in academic jeopardy.Develop and maintain systems to collect, tabulate and record data necessary to comply with all internal and external record keeping and reporting requirements.Monitor and track the performance of grant target student populations.Prepare reports on demographics and trends relative to the grant.Collaborate with the Office of Academic Partnerships' GEARUP program in fostering academic success of EMU GEARUP students.Serve as a dedicated Success Coach for recently admitted and continuing GEARUP students.Work with instructors of UNIV179L Edge students to support target students as needed.Assist Holman Success Center staff in Edge Fast Track and Edge Orientation events.Attend State conference and meetings related to grant.Adhere to any and all NCAA, Mid-American Conference and Eastern Michigan University policies, rules, regulations, and operational procedures.Perform related departmental duties as required.
A Master's degree in guidance and counseling, education leadership or related programs is required.One year experience with developing and providing academic supportive programming for academically/economically disadvantaged university students is required.Strong organizational and written/interpersonal communication skills are required.Grant writing experience is desirable.Previous supervisory experience is desirable.
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