Student Employment Coordinator

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Posting Details Posting Number: 0000954 Job Title: Student Employment Coordinator Discipline or Department: Student Services Position Type: Staff/Classified Working Title: Student Employment Coordinator 2019 Hourly Rate or Monthly Salary: starting at $5,810 per month (range 26, step 1) Type of Benefits: COMPENSATION:
Based on the 2018-2019 classified salary schedule, the starting salary for this position will be $5,810.00 per month (range 26, step 1), plus a full benefit package which includes employer-paid medical, dental, and vision plans for employee and dependents; $100,000 employee life insurance; other optional coverages; and membership in the California Public Employees' Retirement System (CalPERS). Full Time or Part Time? Full-Time Months Per Year 12 Working Hours: POSITION AVAILABLE:
One regular, full-time position, 40 hours per week, 12 months per year on the Oceanside campus. The work schedule will be Monday through Friday, 8:00 am - 4:30 pm. The person selected for this position will be subject to assignment to any district facility during any hours of operation. Contract Days
(Faculty Positions Only) Special Instructions to Applicants: APPLICATION PROCEDURE:
Apply and submit application materials through MiraCosta College's online application system at https://jobs.miracosta.edu. Once you are in the system, we strongly advise you to read the information on "How to Apply" and the FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) before starting the application process.

In order to be considered for this position, you must submit the following documents directly in the online system and finish applying and receive a confirmation number by 11:59 PM on the closing date:

1. Application for classified employment on which you list all relevant experience.

2. A cover letter addressed to the "Screening and Interview Committee" specifically describing how you meet the desirable qualifications and the essential duties.

3. A current resume or curriculum vitae summarizing your educational background and experience.

4. Transcripts of college coursework which provide evidence of meeting the minimum qualifications as stated in this job posting. Unofficial or legible photocopies are acceptable. If a degree(s) was earned, the transcripts must state that the degree was awarded. Any degree/coursework used to satisfy the minimum qualifications must be from a post-secondary institution accredited by an accreditation agency recognized by either the U.S. Department of Education or the Council on Post-secondary Accreditation. If your degree(s) is from a college or university outside of the United States, you must submit a detailed evaluation from a professional evaluation agency. To view a list of agencies approved by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing, go to http://www.ctc.ca.gov/credentials/leaflets/cl635.pdf. Transcripts or translations in English still require the evaluation to show the U.S. equivalence of your degree. Special Instructions to Applicants: Continued NOTE: When you "APPLY FOR THIS POSTING," you will eventually be asked to answer the Supplemental Question listed below. Your answers will appear at the bottom of the application form.

-MiraCosta College is an Equal Opportunity Employer with a commitment to diversity. Describe your own commitment to diversity and how you will meet the minimum qualifications of "sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability and ethnic background of community college students."

The screening and interview committee will review application materials for up to four (4) weeks following the closing date. Applicants selected for interview will be contacted by phone; those not selected for interview will be notified by e-mail once interview candidates have been scheduled.

Offer of employment to the person selected for this position is contingent upon 1) successful completion of a pre-placement physical exam at district expense; 2) submission of a current tuberculosis test clearance; 3) proof of eligibility to work in the United States; and 4) fingerprint clearance.

Individuals with qualified disabilities who need accommodation with any aspect of the application and/or interview process should contact Human Resources at 760.795.6854 at least five (5) days prior to the closing date.

Retired STRS members are not eligible for these positions. Basic Function and Other Details: BASIC FUNCTION:
Under general supervision, lead and participate in the work of planning and implementing the delivery of student employment services to students and alumni, including job search and work skills training. Perform related duties as assigned. Basic Function and Other Details Continued: Representative Duties:
(E) = Essential Job Function) ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
The duties listed below are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or a logical assignment to this class.

1.Collaborate with Career Center faculty and staff to implement and monitor a case management approach to delivering career readiness and employment preparation services to credit students.

2.Assess students for employment readiness; assist students with preparing for interviews and editing employment related materials; schedule students for counseling appointments, workshops, orientations and special events; refer students to appropriate Career Center work¬shops, placements and/or community resources.

3.Coordinate student employment programs for the district through collaboration with employers, faculty, staff and students; act as a liaison between the student employment program and other departments, businesses, governmental agencies or other educational institutions; ensure students meet eligibility as student workers and compliance with federal and state regulations and district policies and procedures.

4.Develop and maintain proactive relationships with local employers, city and county governments and community groups in order to build employer database, job postings and funding opportunities; disseminate information regarding posting jobs and participation in Career Center services and events; develop and maintain mailing and contact lists.

5.Develop and conduct presentations and workshops related to employment opportunities, employment skills and to promote department services.

6.Recruit students, faculty and employers to participate in student employment and related events; work with students to find placements related to career objectives; match student workers to jobs related to their majors; orient students to student employment program expectations and requirements.

7.Act as employer primary point of contact; answer and resolve employer issues; assist with developing and implementing a student work performance assessment program.

8.Coordinate logistics of employment opportunity fairs and Career Center events; lead and liaison with event participants; prepare and produce promotional materials.

9.Solicit employers for job postings and participation in Career Center events; coordinate employment and discipline fairs with faculty; evaluate the effectiveness of outreach efforts.

10.Maintain employer tracking and employment databases; ensure database integrity and maximize automatic processes.

11.Post and publicize employment opportunities through a variety of means; administer database applications for employment; maintain placement data, including conversions of work-based learning opportunities to permanent employment.

12.Represent the college or department at events, such as college and job fairs, orientation programs, business and community events and outreach events; serve as lead for job fairs, industry fairs, and Career Center student/employer events. Representative Duties Continued: OTHER DUTIES:
1.Compose and coordinate publication of departmental brochures, newsletters and other informational material related to student employment, employer outreach, and employer recruitment; research, develop and write materials such as news releases, fact sheets, flyers, brochures, newsletters, presentations and speeches; develop and implement distribution strategies.

2.Maintain and update a variety of department and program-related websites and social media accounts.

3.May provide work direction to student and temporary workers.

4.Perform related duties as assigned. Knowledge and Abilities KNOWLEDGE OF:
1.Career Studies and Services programs, services, goals, objectives, policies, procedures and practices.

2.Career and occupational resources, trends and opportunities.

3.Research methods and data analysis techniques.

4.State, federal and district employment and work study rules, regulations and other applicable laws.

5.Direction and goals of a community college student employment program.

6.Policy and procedure development.

7.Principles, methods and practices applicable to the design and implementation of public relations, community outreach and marketing programs.

8.Modern office practices, procedures and equipment including computers and applicable database and software programs.

9.Principles and practices of sound business communications, including correct English usage, grammar, spelling and punctuation.

10.Basic principles and practices of employee supervision.

11.District human resources policies and labor contract provisions.

ABILITY TO:
1.Assign and review the work of student workers and temporary staff.

2.Plan and implement programs and activities in assigned Instructional/Student Services area.

3.Meet with students to determine employment readiness, preparation needed, and eligibility as a student worker.

4.Analyze problems, evaluate alternatives and recommend or adopt effective courses of action.

5.Set priorities and exercise independent judgment within areas of responsibility.

6.Understand, interpret, explain and apply applicable laws, codes and regulations.

7.Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.

8.Maintain confidentiality of district and student files and records.

9.Use tact and diplomacy in dealing with sensitive and complex issues, situations and concerned people.

10.Represent the district effectively in public settings.

11.Demonstrate sensitivity to and understanding of diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, ethnic and disability issues.

12.Establish and maintain effective working relationships with all those encountered in the course of work. Minimum Qualifications: EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:
To be eligible for this position, you must meet and provide evidence of the following minimum qualifications:

Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with a bachelor's degree in a relevant field and one (1) year of related work experience in student employment services; or graduation from an associate degree program and three years of related work experience in career services; or an equivalent combination of training and experience. A bachelor's degree is preferred and may be required to advance to higher levels in the class series.

IMPORTANT: For work experience, one "year" is defined as equivalent to 40 hours per week for 12 months, or at least 2,080 hours. Minimum Qualifications Continued: Desirable Qualifications: DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS:
1.Experience teaching students how to write and edit resumes, cover letters, and profiles.

2.Work experience assisting students with using social media to develop proactive and effective job searches.

3.Work experience creating and delivering curriculum and/or workshops for job and internship searches.

4.Work experience working with community college students.

5.Highly detail-oriented with excellent time and task management skills.

6.Demonstrated success as a self-motivated, enthusiastic, innovative, and highly collaborative team player.


DEPARTMENT DESCRIPTION:
The MiraCosta College Career Center provides comprehensive career-related services to credit students enrolled at MiraCosta College. The Career Center is composed of faculty who provide career assessment/counseling and experiential education instruction and of staff who assist students with all aspects of career readiness and employment preparation. The faculty and staff work collaboratively with one another and with faculty and staff of the district's Instructional and Student Services divisions to ensure that the career readiness and employment preparation needs of all MiraCosta College credit students are met.

The Employment Services staff in the department organize their work around peak student demand times: the start of each semester and the summer session. During these peak student demand times, Employment Services staff prepare upwards of 400 students to obtain credit internships, credit co-ops, student worker positions, and permanent employment. During peak demand times, all Employment Services staff provide career readiness and employment preparation services to students seeking campus positions, internships, and co-ops, regardless of area of specialization. Once peak demand has been met, each Employment Services staff member undertakes to fulfill their unique responsibilities, as detailed in the duties for the specific position described in this job description. Licenses and Other Requirements: A valid California driver's license and the ability to maintain insurability under the district's vehicle insurance program. Physical Effort: PHYSICAL EFFORT:
The physical efforts described here are representative of those that must be met by employees to successfully perform the essential functions of this class. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Primarily sedentary with intermittent standing, walking, bending, stooping or crouching; occasional light lifting, carrying, pulling and/or pushing of objects weighing up to 25 pounds; ability to travel and/or drive to various locations on and off campus as needed to conduct district business; ability to work at a computer station for extended periods on an as-needed basis, involving light, repetitive use of hands, wrists and forearms; ability to view small-font words/ symbols on a computer monitor for extended periods. Emotional Effort: EMOTIONAL EFFORT:
Ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships involving interactions and communications personally, by phone and in writing with a variety of individuals and/or groups from diverse backgrounds on a regular, ongoing basis; ability to work effectively under pressure on a variety of tasks concurrently while meeting established dead¬lines and changing priorities. Working Conditions: WORKING CONDITIONS:
Primarily indoor office learning center or classroom environments; subject to frequent contact and interruptions by individuals in person or by phone; intermittent exposure to angry and/or verbally aggressive individuals; may be required to work evening hours on an as-needed basis; may work at any district location. Posting Date: 01-17-2019 Closing Date: 02-11-2019 First Screening Date: Human Resources Contact Information [email protected] or 760.795.6854 EEO Statement: MiraCosta College is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to providing an educational environment which affirms and supports diversity in its faculty, staff, and administration, and promoting an environment of inclusion. The college's commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion is expressed in the policy found at http://www.miracosta.edu/officeofthepresident/board/downloads/3400BP-Diversity-Equity-Inclusion-Adopted4-6-16.pdf

MiraCosta College
Attn: Human Resources
1 Barnard Drive
Oceanside CA 92056

[email protected]
760.795.6854 About MiraCosta: MISSION STATEMENT AND INSTITUTIONAL GOALS:
The MiraCosta Community College District mission is to provide superior educational opportunities and student-support services to a diverse population of learners with a focus on their success. MiraCosta offers undergraduate degrees, university-transfer courses, career- and-technical education, certificate programs, basic-skills education, and lifelong-learning opportunities that strengthen the economic, cultural, social, and educational well-being of the communities it serves.

Goal I. MiraCosta Community College District will become a vanguard educational institution committed to innovation and researched best practices, broad access to higher education, and environmental sustainability.

Goal II. MiraCosta Community College District will become the institution where each student has a high probability of achieving academic success.

Goal III. MiraCosta Community College District will institutionalize effective planning processes through the systematic use of data to make decisions.

Goal IV. MiraCosta Community College District will demonstrate high standards of stewardship and fiscal prudence.

Goal V. MiraCosta Community College District will be a conscientious community partner. About MiraCosta: (contd) THE DISTRICT, STAFF AND STUDENTS:
The MiraCosta Community College District is one of California's 114 public community colleges. The district includes the communities of Oceanside, Carlsbad, Encinitas, Cardiff, Olivenhain, Leucadia, Solana Beach, Rancho Santa Fe, Del Mar, Carmel Valley, and parts of Camp Pendleton. The single college district is governed by a seven-member Board of Trustees who are elected from each of the district's seven communities.

MiraCosta offers undergraduate degrees, university-transfer courses, career-and-technical education, certificate programs, basic-skills education, and lifelong-learning opportunities, as well as a Bachelor of Science degree in Biomanufacturing.

The college's fee-based Community Education program provides a wide variety of classes, workshops, and excursions. Tuition-free, noncredit classes also present a variety of learning opportunities at the Community Learning Center and throughout the community. In addition, the college partners with the North San Diego Small Business Development Center and hosts the Veterans Business Outreach Center.

MiraCosta College employs 204 full-time faculty, 368 regular classified staff, 13 classified administrators and 16 academic administrators. An additional 673 associate faculty work in the credit and noncredit programs, and about 150 educators or contract staff provide community education and workforce development activities.

MiraCosta students are diverse, including representation from all of California's major racial/ethnic groups and ages. The college has been designated as a Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI) organization. The credit student population is approximately 33% Hispanic, 8% Asian, 4% African American, and 7% two or more races. Diversity is also evidenced by student-veterans, re-entry students, individuals with disabilities, international students and LGBTQIA. The district boasts a long history of commitment to collegiality, civility, and mutual respect. The Sites: THE SITES:
The district operates two campuses and two centers.

The Oceanside Campus (OC) moved to its 121.5-acre site in 1964 and houses a comprehensive public community college offering credit, fee-based, and noncredit courses. In the 2016-17 academic year, the college offered general education credit courses that applied toward 66 associate degrees, 50 Certificates of Proficiency, and 61 Certificates of Achievement. Some noncredit classes and community services courses are also offered on this campus. Approximately 10,500 students, the majority of the district's students, attend the Oceanside Campus.

The San Elijo Campus (SAN) in Cardiff is positioned as the district's transfer-focused site and offers a wide range of credit courses leading to transfer and almost 40 associate degrees and career certificates. Each semester, more than 200 sections are offered on this campus to a student body of more than 3,000 students, with support networks in tutoring, counseling, library, wellbeing, and student activities. A rich variety of community events and workshops are also offered year-round at the San Elijo Campus.

The Community Learning Center (CLC) opened in fall 2000, serves approximately 2,500 students, and is located on 7.6 acres in downtown Oceanside. The CLC hosts a wide variety of noncredit programs, including English as a Second Language, the Adult High School Diploma Program, classes for older adults, health classes, parenting classes, and classes for those who are physically and mentally challenged. The center also houses the Cisco Networking Academy, which prepares students for computer industry certifications. Credit courses that fulfill general education requirements are also offered at this site and are intended to support students' transition from noncredit to credit enrollment.

MiraCosta College's Technology Career Institute (TCI) in Carlsbad is part of MiraCosta College's Career Education Department. It offers our local community members the opportunity to enhance their lives and their careers with low-cost, hassle-free classes, workshops, and programs. From enrichment classes to job training programs, the TCI provides the types of classes that make it easy for students to reach their goals, no matter what age. All of the programs and classes at the TCI are fee-based and not-for-credit. The TCI offers classes and certificate programs to skilled workers in industries such as high-tech manufacturing, maritime technology, and emerging technologies. Accreditation: The Small Business Development Center (SBDC) provides resources, workshops, and leadership programs for small businesses and serves all of North San Diego and Imperial Counties. The Veterans Business Outreach Center (VBOC) provides entrepreneurial development services such as business training, counseling, and mentoring, as well as referrals for eligible veterans and military spouses owning or considering starting a small business enterprise in Santa Barbara, Ventura, Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego and Imperial Counties.

MiraCosta College began offering online courses in 1995. The district typically offers approximately 275 fully online class sections each semester, with another 170 sections offered partially online.

ACCREDITATION:
MiraCosta College is accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, 10 Commercial Boulevard, Suite 204, Novato, CA 94949, 415.506.0234, an institutional accrediting body recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation and the U.S. Department of Education and approved by the California State Department of Education Office of Private Post-Secondary Education for training veterans and other eligible persons under the provisions of the GI Bill of Regulations. The University of California, California State Universities, and private universities of high rank give credit for transfer courses completed at MiraCosta College.

Specific MiraCosta College programs have additional accreditation through their respective agencies: California State Board of Registered Nursing, Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs, State Board of Vocational Nurse and Psychiatric Technicians, California Department of Public Health Aide and Technician Certification Section, Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training, National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork, and Accrediting Commission for Schools, Western Association of Schools and Colleges (Adult High School). The Area THE AREA:
Situated between San Diego and Los Angeles, MiraCosta College benefits from multicultural influences and cultural opportunities. Interstate 5, Amtrak, and Carlsbad regional airport provide easy access to either metropolis and to Mexico. The district, which extends 25 miles along the Pacific Ocean from Camp Pendleton Marine Corps Base to the city of San Diego, attracts diverse ethnic and socioeconomic populations who live in urban and suburban communities. The intellectual environment is enhanced by the college's proximity to the University of California San Diego, California State University San Marcos, and other institutions of higher education. Along with numerous theaters, galleries, and museums, residents enjoy a moderate, year-round climate, which provides many opportunities for outdoor activities. Clery Act: As per the Clery Act of 1998, the campus security report can be found at http://www.miracosta.edu/studentservices/police/downloads/safety_report.pdf Required Applicant Documents: Resume/Curriculum Vitae
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