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Concurrent and Dual Credit Program Coordinator

The University of Kansas
University of Kansas Lawrence Campus

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Position OverviewThe Concurrent and Dual Credit Program Coordinator independently organizes and executes all components of KU’s Jayhawk Blueprint agreement as well as other high school access enrollment programs at KU. The coordinator assures that KU processes are properly executed for successful student enrollment in appropriate courses while meeting the needs of the public school stakeholders and parents. This position executes the outreach and educational component of the program as well as all enrollment and application material coordination that is required. Communication with high school counselors, administrators, and student parents/guardians as well as communication and coordination with KU Enrollment Management, faculty course liaisons, and academic leadership from the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences is a significant component of this role. The position reports to the Program Director in Undergraduate Education.

Unit Overview:
Jayhawk Blueprint is KU’s official concurrent enrollment program with USD 497 to offer college courses at a discounted rate in the high schools where college and high school credit is earned simultaneously.
Jayhawk Blueprint is part of the Undergraduate Education team in Academic Affairs along with the KU Core, Office of Fellowships, the Center for Undergraduate Research, First-Year Courses, and the Center for Service Learning.

In a continuing effort to enrich the university and provide equal educational and employment opportunities, the university actively encourages applications from members of underrepresented groups.

In addition to a competitive salary, KU offers great benefits to employees with up to 176 hours of paid vacation per year, 8 hours of sick leave earned every month, nine paid holidays plus one discretionary day, a retirement program, medical & dental insurance, life and disability insurance, other benefit plan options and State of Kansas discounts offered by various vendors. KU also offers employees educational and professional development opportunities. KU is a great place to work!Job DescriptionJayhawk Blueprint Concurrent Enrollment Program 50%
  • Serve as the project coordinator for the program to ensure all deadlines are met and reports submitted.
  • Develop and implement a communications plan to include all stakeholders (students, parents, high school administrators and teachers, KU course coordinators, etc.) outlining program requirements and deadlines.
  • Ensure timely, efficient, and effective student enrollment in available courses each semester.
  • Design and conduct program assessments, analyze results, and make recommendations for modification based on results.
  • Coordinate all textbook and instructional material purchases each semester.
  • Execute the timely and accurate distribution of funding to appropriate KU academic units.
  • Respond to all incoming inquiries and information requests to the program via email and phone.
  • Meet with USD 497 counselors and administrators regularly to assure program efficiency.
  • Update and maintain the MOU for this partnership as needed by the MOU terms.
Dual Credit Coordination 30%
  • Serve as KU’s point of contact for regional high school administrators, parents and families requesting assistance with dual credit opportunities and processes.
  • Collaborate with the Office of University Registrar on all procedures for dual credit seeking students.
  • Provide support and appropriate referrals to students seeking dual credit courses.
  • Provide students with recommended documents (dual credit intake forms etc.) to guide students through the process of collecting transcripts for high school credit posting.
Policy and Compliance 10%
  • Stay apprised of all KBOR policies and updates related to dual and concurrent enrollment in the state.
  • Attend all relevant meetings and hearings related to dual and concurrent enrollment for the state/region.
  • Respond to inquiries from other school districts regarding dual and concurrent enrollment.
  • Meet with Academic Affairs leadership on issues that arise or when schools ask for jurisdiction approvals.
Other Duties 10%
  • Serve on relevant KU committees and workgroups.
  • Participate in department and campus meetings and trainings.
  • Participate in relevant professional development annually.
  • Other duties as assigned by Undergraduate Education Leadership.
Position Requirements
  • This position is expected to be a hybrid of on-site work and telework as deemed by supervisor; fully remote may be available as determined by hiring unit's needs.
  • Travel is less than 25% for occasional outreach and for parent and student information sessions hosted at the USD school locations in Lawrence, KS which are also able to be done remotely.
  • Work schedule is 8 am – 5 pm CST Monday – Friday, with the understanding that school districts occasionally operate with early morning needs or may host evening events for parent engagement.
Required Qualifications
  1. Master’s degree or Bachelor’s degree plus three years related experience.
  2. Exceptional communications skills as evidenced by application materials.
  3. Three years of professional, full-time work experience in an educational setting (secondary or post-secondary).
  4. Prior experience with student enrollment service support (admissions, academic advising or related experience with student services.)
  5. Demonstrated experience (specified on the resume) using Microsoft Office Suite including Outlook and MS Teams.
Preferred Qualifications
  1. Experience working with concurrent or dual enrollment programs
  2. Experience with PeopleSoft Campus Solutions.
  3. Experience with videoconferencing tools such as MS Teams, Zoom etc.
  4. Experience with FERPA and university enrollment compliance measures.
  5. Experience working with stakeholders across multiple departments or institutions.
Additional Candidate InstructionsIn addition to the online application, the following documents are required to be considered for this position:A cover letter addressing how required and preferred qualifications are met.
  • Resume or curriculum vitae.
  • Contact information for three professional references.
  • Incomplete applications will not be considered.

    Application review begins Monday, November 27, 2023 and will continue until a qualified pool of candidates has been identified.
    Contact Information to ApplicantsMillinda Fowles
    mfowles@ku.eduAdvertised Salary Range$51,000Application Review BeginsMonday December 18, 2023Anticipated Start DateTuesday January 2, 2024Apply to Job


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