Coordinator, Correctional Education and Special Populations
The Coordinator is responsible for the operation of contract and open enrollment programs. The Coordinator is responsible for scheduling, staffing assigned classes, ensuring curriculum quality and hiring and supervising staff at multiple locations throughout the state.
Title: Coordinator, Correctional Education and Special Populations
Position ID number: 421
Posted Date: 11/09/2018
Job Category: Staff
Department: Community & Prof Programs - HCPP
Position Status: 12 Month Regular
Salary Range: $47,258-$59,072
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Assists the Director in the development of program enhancement and implementation of innovative noncredit and/or credit open enrollment and contract training. Prepares new course and certificate documentation including CC10s and syllabi.
LEARNING OUTCOMES ASSESSMENT:
Assists the Director to assure that courses and programs follow best practices including identifying and achieving specific measurable outcomes and college competencies. Implements strategies based on results to continuously direct course improvement and promote student achievement.
Assists the Director with daily operations associated with program/course delivery i.e., purchasing of supplies. Implements strategies to achieve departmental and school enrollment and revenue goals. Conducts regular assessments of courses and instructional environments to ensure consistent high quality.
INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL COLLABORATION:
Collaborates with other AACC department staff to promote a unified approach to program delivery. Serves on statewide continuing education advisory groups as requested by Director. Liaises with related professional and community organizations on behalf of AACC to build strategic partnerships and ensure program currency.
In consultation with the Director, the Coordinator determines roles and responsibilities of adjunct faculty. Coordinators are the primary staff who recruit, hire, supervise and evaluate these individuals.
Collaborates with Public Relations and Marketing to define target markets develop and proof content to promote department programs with printed and digital materials.
Assures compliance of programs with accrediting organizations, regulatory agencies, college policies, relevant state regulations and any specific licensure or certification requirements.
OTHER DUTIES: As assigned by Director, Assistant Dean and/or Dean.
- Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice, Business Management, Business Administration or relevant field.
- Minimum three years related experience in program administration and development, teaching or training, or closely related work experience.
- Minimum two years experience in course scheduling, pricing and enrollment management.
- Minimum two years experience and demonstrated success marketing instructional programs using various strategies including website, email and social media.
- Experience supervising instructional staff.
- Demonstrated commitment to creating an inclusive environment and the ability to deal tactfully with all internal and external constituents.
- Ability to function with minimal supervision with attention to details and deadlines including the ability to work a flexible schedule and travel to accommodate the needs of the program.
- Ability to utilize college standard word processing, spreadsheets and database systems at an intermediate level.
- Experience teaching adult learners in a variety of delivery formats.
- Excellent oral, written communication and presentation skills. Strong customer service and problem solving skills.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION REGARDING THIS POSITION
This position requires the ability to work in a fast-paced setting handling multiple complex tasks simultaneously.
Hours per Week: 40
Work Schedule: 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Required Documents: Cover Letter, Resume/Curriculum Vitae