TRIO Student Support Services Manager
The TRIO/SSS manager provides leadership and oversight for the college's federal TRIO Student Support Services grant program, which boasts a 30+ year record of success and currently serves 200 students. Reporting to the Dean for Counseling, Career & Student Support, the TRIO/SSS manager has the following basic responsibilities and authorities:
Plan, organize, manage and evaluate the TRIO/SSS program in concert with federal grant requirements and the mission of the college.
Oversee the supervision, training and professional development of TRIO/SSS staff (advisors, coordinators, tutors and assistants.)
Manage budget and ensure grant compliance in collaboration with the Finance Office and the Grants Office.
Establish, evaluate and revise information and reporting systems.
Collaborate with other Student Development departments and Instruction to support the academic and career success of TRIO students and all students.
Perform other duties as assigned by the Dean for Counseling, Career and Student Support.
Req ID: req380
Job Title: TRIO Student Support Services Manager
Division: Student Development
Location: Sugar Grove Campus
Grant Funded: Yes
Employment Type: Full-time Support Staff
Compensation Range: 65,687.00 - 65,687.00, starting pay, prior experience will be considered
Compensation Type: Salaried
Work Schedule: M-F 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Other Work Schedule Details: Work evenings as needed.
Work Hours: 40
Documents to be attached: Cover Letter-Yes
Special Instructions to Applicants: Please attach all required documents at the time of application. Make sure all your documents have uploaded prior to submitting your resume. Transcripts may be provided at interview stage.
Targeted Hire Date: 5/11/2018
Position Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in adult education, higher education, educational administration, rehabilitative counseling, secondary counseling or a related field; Master's degree preferred.
Five years work experience in teaching, counseling or administration.
Minimum of two years supervisory experience.
Work experience with students who come from low income homes, have physical or learning disabilities and are first generation college students.
Ability to communicate effectively with college staff and students.
Experience in writing grants preferred.