Coordinator, Early College Programs and Partnerships

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Position Summary:

Early College Programs and Partnerships focuses on developing and implementing pathways that enhance high school students' access to Anne Arundel Community College. This position coordinates implementation, data analysis, enrollment management, and promotion of early college access including dual enrollment on-location courses, proficiency credit, articulated credit program, and pathways from high school to college. The Coordinator is responsible for performing administrative and technical functions as well as acting as a liaison for the Office of Early College Programs and Partnerships with both internal stakeholders and external partners.

Title: Coordinator, Early College Programs and Partnerships

Position ID number: 396

Posted Date: 09/14/2018

Job Category: Staff

Department: Instructional Partnerships - HBEP

Position Status: 12 Month Regular

Salary Range: $42,232-$52,790

Supervisory Responsibilities:

Act as liaison responding to faculty, student and staff inquiries, both internal and external, researching and providing required program information as needed.

Provide direct support for the implementation and enhancement of early college initiatives including communication with partners, processing and tracking student paperwork, data collection, and coordination of the details of Anne Arundel Community College (AACC) offerings on-location at Anne Arundel County Public Schools (AACPS) high schools and online at private high schools.

Collaborate with both AACC and AACPS faculty and staff to promote a unified approach to program delivery, including creating, updating and maintaining secondary-postsecondary plans of study in collaboration with AACPS faculty and staff and attending Program Pathways meetings.

Develop and update spreadsheets reflecting enrollment data and relevant course and program details.

Coordinate and manage functions related to special events, meetings, and programs including facility use, catering, event marketing, material production, promotion, event management, payment, and follow-up.

Support departmental and school-wide efforts to promote secondary educational partnerships assisting with the creation and distribution of printed and electronic materials, updating websites, and interfacing with prospective/potential students, community organizations, and other AACC and AACPS faculty and staff.

Create and update correspondences and agreements, develop and maintain presentations.

Other Duties as assigned by Director, Early College Programs and Partnerships.

Required Qualifications:

Associates Degree.

Minimum two (2) years' experience with program coordination in education or business environment.

Excellent oral, written and interpersonal communication skills, including composition, editing, grammar, punctuation and proofreading skills.

Demonstrated ability to work with minimal supervision with attention to accuracy, details and deadlines.

Strong computer skills including intermediate knowledge and demonstrated experience of Microsoft Office including Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Internet.

Demonstrated organizational skills including the ability to prioritize tasks.

Strong customer service and problem solving skills.

Ability to work in a fast-paced setting handling multiple complex tasks simultaneously and independently.

Demonstrated commitment to creating an inclusive environment.

Ability to deal tactfully and respectfully with both internal and external customers

Preferred Qualifications:

Bachelor's degree.

Dual enrollment, early college programs, or educational pathways program experience.

Post-secondary or K-12 experience.

Community college experience.

Advanced experience with Microsoft Access.

Hours per Week: 40

Work Schedule: M-F 8:30-4:30

Required Documents: Cover Letter, Resume/Curriculum Vitae





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Posted: 10/30/2018
Application Due: 11/17/2018
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