Coordinator, PACT Program

Location
Hyannis, Massachusetts
Posted
May 09, 2018
Institution Type
Community College

GENERAL STATEMENT OF RESPONSIBILITIES:  

The Coordinator is responsible for oversight of the College Transition Program and for implementing Program objectives in compliance with DESE (Department of Elementary and Secondary Education) and ACLS (Adult and Community Learning Services) requirements.  The Coordinator acts as a liaison to partnering agencies; assures that Program participants are properly assessed and receive instruction, advising and academic support services as needed; supervises, manages and evaluates Program staff and tutors; and works with the College grant writer and Adult Education Center (AEC)/Hyannis Center Director to prepare grant proposals and submitting reports to DESE.

EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:

1.    Develop program design and partnership agreements with collaborating agencies.
2.    Recruit, advise and assess students.
3.    Provide instruction in (COL 101) – The College Experience.
4.    Participate in staff hiring.
5.    Assist the AEC Director in the administration of the Program budget.
6.    Attend statewide coordinator meetings.
7.    Communicate effectively and coordinate activities with Cape Cod Community College and ACLS staff and other grant personnel.
8.    Oversee project activities.
9.    Evaluate Program.
10.    Conduct related research.
11.    Assure that students receive assistance in college and career planning.
12.    Refer students to appropriate agencies for services, as needed.
13.    Design and conduct orientation activities for students.
14.    Assure that students are aware of other academic and support services.
15.    Provide instruction for transitional students.
16.    Maintain student records.
17.    Participate in staff development and planning activities.
18.    Assess students’ progress.
19.    Occasional nights and weekends may be required.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

1.    Master’s degree in education or related field.
2.    Experience with adult learners.
3.    Experience with English as a Second Language/Adult Basic Education students.
4.    Supervisory and evaluation experience.
5.    Strong interpersonal skills.
6.    Proficiency in oral and written communication.

ADDITIONAL PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

1.    Master’s degree in Adult Education or English as a Second Language.
2.    Experience in college advising and teaching.
3.    Experience in conducting research.

COMPENSATION:  27 hours/week; $28/hour with pro-rated benefits subject to grant funding.  Teaching duties will be additional hours and compensated separately.  July 1, 2018 - June 30, 2019 with future funding subject to grant allocation.  MCCC Unit Position.

APPLICATION DEADLINE:  May 29, 2018