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Coordinator, Career and Technical Education - La Plata Campus

College of Southern Maryland
La Plata, MD

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Position SummaryThe individual in this position serves as the CTE Coordinator and Perkins funding representative for the college. This individual is responsible for all federal, state and local reporting related to Perkins funding and reporting requirements, quality assurance and education on the appropriate use of these funds. This individual works with college department chairs, faculty, staff and tri-county Career and Technology Directors to bi-yearly evaluate articulated programs, develop Perkins plans and conduct the annual program advisory council dinner.

The work schedule for this position is 40 hours per week, Monday through Friday, from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Flexibility is required.

College of Southern Maryland conducts background checks in order to ensure the safety and well-being of the College's staff and students. The final candidate for this position will be subject to the following background checks: Criminal History Check and Sex Offender Registry Check.

This position is open until filled. For best consideration, apply by 11:59 pm, EST on Friday, June 4, 2021. The College of Southern Maryland is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

The College of Southern Maryland (CSM) is a participant in Achieving the Dream, championing student success and evidence-based institutional improvement. CSM is an Aspen Prize Top 150 Community College and offers excellent benefits, including health insurance; State Retirement Pension System; wellness programs; free/discounted entry into CSM fitness centers; and generous leave accruals. CSM also offers Code Green Fridays, with early Friday closures during the summer months; and is closed most major holidays, including the week between Christmas and New Year; and for several days in March for Spring Break.

Specific Duties and ResponsibilitiesConvene local CTE meetings with tri-county Career and Technology Directors and staff from the Maryland State Department of Education to discuss regional needs and challenges
• Coordinates, attends, and presents at special CTE events, such as tri-county high school counselor meetings.
• Liaison with Maryland State Department of Education to ensure all program requirements are met.
• Meets regularly with all 3 county CTE Coordinators for the purpose of establishing working relationships and staying informed of new CTE programs as well as those being phased out.
• Participates in meetings of the Program Advisory and Local Advisory Committees.
• Works with college department chairs, faculty, staff and tri-county Career and Technology Directors to seek out and create articulated programs based on new high school coursework.
• Attends and participates in ACE and K-16 committee meetings.
• Coordinates and develops comprehensive recruitment marketing brochures for tri-county high school and college CTE students.
• Maintains and updates college’s CTE website.
• Establishes benchmarks for tracking recruitment outcomes.
• Accumulates, maintains, and provides CTE data for the DCTAL grant as needed.
• Assists in development and maintenance of Perkins plan & budget.
• Collaborates with Deans, Department Chairs and Coordinators to host the annual Program Advisory Council dinner.
• Coordinates and executes the bi-annual Local Needs Assessment.
• Distributes Supplemental and Innovation Grant applications and aids departments in the submission.

Additional Duties: Performs additional duties as assigned Minimum Education and TrainingBachelor’s Degree in related field or five years in related field.
• Two years of experience in student services, high school vocational programs, academic or career advising Minimum Qualifications and Standards RequiredKnowledge, Skills and Abilities:
• Excellent oral and writing skills • Outstanding problem-solving skills
• Demonstrated ability to work effectively with college, school board, and high school administrators, faculty, and staff
Demonstrated knowledge of career development knowledge and sources

Physical Requirements: The work is sedentary work which requires exerting up to 10 pounds of force occasionally and/or negligible amount of force frequently or constantly.


Working at College of Southern Maryland

The College of Southern Maryland (CSM) is a public, regional community college with a far-reaching mission — to help our students and community meet the challenges of individual, social, and global changes.

CSM is a thriving, progressive, and technologically advanced college that delivers quality higher education programs and services. The college is committed to offering a wide variety of learning options, student services, and high-quality workforce development training and support. That commitment is reflected in those we serve. More than 60 percent of tri-county residents who attend higher education institutions come to CSM.

The staff and faculty at CSM work closely with a diverse student population to provide a rich variety of educational options. CSM is a leader among Maryland community colleges in offering courses which meet the busy schedules of our students, including weekend and evening online classes, and Web-hybrid courses which offer a mix of online and traditional classroom face-to-face instruction. CSM strives to create a global education program, yet remains a local college that has a real stake in supporting our community's academic, professional, and self-enrichment pursuits.

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