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Grant Training Coordinator II

San Jacinto College
Houston, TX 77049
  • Job Code
    115093504

San Jacinto College

Equal Opportunity Statement: The San Jacinto College District is committed to equal opportunity for all students, employees, and applicants without regard to race, creed, color, national origin, citizenship status, age, disability, pregnancy, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, genetic information, marital status, or veteran status in accordance with applicable federal and state laws.

Grant Training Coordinator II - Central Campus

Responsibilities:
  • Position will provide direct student assistance in recruiting, assessing, mentoring and to support grant students in gaining professional success including assisting in placement and job retention from all three SJC campuses.
  • Coordinate and implement outreach and recruitment strategy for integrated career pathway program.
  • Track student attendance, behavior, and progress. Refer students to network of campus and community service providers.
  • Establishes positive and trusting relationships with students.
  • Coordinate and/or provide supportive services to support academic persistence and success.
  • Connect students to college admission processes, including financial aid, academic advising, and academic and student support services.
  • Provide information on targeted career and educational pathways.
  • Assist students with career research and planning.
  • Monitor student progress and meet with students regarding academic progress.
  • Contributes to program success by developing, implementing and coordinating activities to support students in Adult Education and Literacy (AEL), Developmental Education, and other at risk populations to transition to on-campus career pathways and assisting students in applying for a variety of technical program grants and financial support.
  • Aids staff in assuring quality delivery of scheduled grant classes (both credit and continuing-professional development) by supporting instructors at assigned site or campus as necessary.
  • Assures a professional environment is maintained at all times and serves as role model for grant students.
  • Facilitate student success by creating peer networks.
  • Foster student accountability, self-advocacy, self-awareness, and effective use of resources.
  • Provide opportunities for students and their families to attend social and cultural events on campus.
  • Solicit student feedback on and experience with career pathways program.
  • Assists grant participants as well as grant partners as necessary and appropriate.
  • Responds appropriately to requests and inquiries from participants, potential participants, affiliated organizations, other educational organizations, grant partners, etc. in timely fashion.
  • Active outreach to potential community sources of candidates and potential employers.
  • Must be flexible and comfortable in dynamic environments where immediate response may be important.
  • Willing to re-organize priorities.
  • Travel between campuses to work with students/instructors will be necessary


Required education/experience/skills (minimum qualifications):
  • Bachelor's degree required.
  • Minimum of five (5) years of experience in coordinating adult education programs such as ESL, ABE, GED, or other basic skills training;
  • Experience in supporting at-risk populations and managing multiple student support activities and coordinating referrals to community partners.
  • Excellent customer service and communication skills, ability to problem solve; intermediate level computer application skills including Word and Excel.
  • Knowledge of instructional design, program planning and training environments helpful.
  • Position requires an efficient, detail oriented, self-starter with the ability to meet deadlines and work well with a minimum of supervision.
  • Strong team orientation with good time management skills focused on deadlines.
  • Positive and enthusiastic with professional attitude, dress and performance required.


Preferred education/experience/skills (additional qualifications):
  • Bachelor's degree or Master's degree in social services or education discipline preferred.
  • Experience with student recruiting and advising, workforce placement, or coordinating social services.
  • Has provided case management supporting adults from recruitment and intake through certification and employment.
  • Proficient knowledge of Excel, instructional design, program planning and training environments a plus.
  • Knowledge of state AEL programs and policies and local public and non-profit support services a plus.
  • Willing to work independently or as a team member depending on situation.
  • Bilingual candidates strongly encouraged to apply.


Salary Grade: 22

Salary is based on the Board-approved salary schedule for the current fiscal year. See Salary Schedule

Requisition Number: req2212

Posting Close Date: 11/22/2019

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<br/><b>San Jacinto College</b><br/><br/><b>Equal Opportunity Statement:</b> The San Jacinto College District is committed to equal opportunity for all students, employees, and applicants without regard to race, creed, color, national origin, citizenship status, age, disability, pregnancy, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, genetic information, marital status, or veteran status in accordance with applicable federal and state laws.<br/><br/><b> Grant Training Coordinator II - Central Campus </b><br><br><strong> Responsibilities: </strong> <br><ul><li> Position will provide direct student assistance in recruiting, assessing, mentoring and to support grant students in gaining professional success including assisting in placement and job retention from all three SJC campuses. </li><li> Coordinate and implement outreach and recruitment strategy for integrated career pathway program. </li><li> Track student attendance, behavior, and progress. Refer students to network of campus and community service providers. </li><li> Establishes positive and trusting relationships with students. </li><li> Coordinate and/or provide supportive services to support academic persistence and success. </li><li> Connect students to college admission processes, including financial aid, academic advising, and academic and student support services. </li><li> Provide information on targeted career and educational pathways. </li><li> Assist students with career research and planning. </li><li> Monitor student progress and meet with students regarding academic progress. </li><li> Contributes to program success by developing, implementing and coordinating activities to support students in Adult Education and Literacy (AEL), Developmental Education, and other at risk populations to transition to on-campus career pathways and assisting students in applying for a variety of technical program grants and financial support. </li><li> Aids staff in assuring quality delivery of scheduled grant classes (both credit and continuing-professional development) by supporting instructors at assigned site or campus as necessary. </li><li> Assures a professional environment is maintained at all times and serves as role model for grant students. </li><li> Facilitate student success by creating peer networks. </li><li> Foster student accountability, self-advocacy, self-awareness, and effective use of resources. </li><li> Provide opportunities for students and their families to attend social and cultural events on campus. </li><li> Solicit student feedback on and experience with career pathways program. </li><li> Assists grant participants as well as grant partners as necessary and appropriate. </li><li> Responds appropriately to requests and inquiries from participants, potential participants, affiliated organizations, other educational organizations, grant partners, etc. in timely fashion. </li><li> Active outreach to potential community sources of candidates and potential employers. </li><li> Must be flexible and comfortable in dynamic environments where immediate response may be important. </li><li> Willing to re-organize priorities. </li><li> Travel between campuses to work with students/instructors will be necessary </li></ul><br><br><strong> Required education/experience/skills (minimum qualifications): </strong> <br><ul><li> Bachelor's degree required. </li><li> Minimum of five (5) years of experience in coordinating adult education programs such as ESL, ABE, GED, or other basic skills training; </li><li> Experience in supporting at-risk populations and managing multiple student support activities and coordinating referrals to community partners. </li><li> Excellent customer service and communication skills, ability to problem solve; intermediate level computer application skills including Word and Excel. </li><li> Knowledge of instructional design, program planning and training environments helpful. </li><li> Position requires an efficient, detail oriented, self-starter with the ability to meet deadlines and work well with a minimum of supervision. </li><li> Strong team orientation with good time management skills focused on deadlines. </li><li> Positive and enthusiastic with professional attitude, dress and performance required. </li></ul><br><br><strong> Preferred education/experience/skills (additional qualifications): </strong> <br><ul><li> Bachelor's degree or Master's degree in social services or education discipline preferred. </li><li> Experience with student recruiting and advising, workforce placement, or coordinating social services. </li><li> Has provided case management supporting adults from recruitment and intake through certification and employment. </li><li> Proficient knowledge of Excel, instructional design, program planning and training environments a plus. </li><li> Knowledge of state AEL programs and policies and local public and non-profit support services a plus. </li><li> Willing to work independently or as a team member depending on situation. </li><li> Bilingual candidates strongly encouraged to apply. </li></ul> <br><br><b> Salary Grade: </b> 22 <br><br> Salary is based on the Board-approved salary schedule for the current fiscal year. <b> See Salary Schedule </b> <br><br><b> Requisition Number: </b> req2212 <br><br><b> Posting Close Date: </b> 11/22/2019 <img src="https://analytics.click2apply.net/v/X7KlLJiX2DDEUlR4ueeal"> <p>PI115093504</p>

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Posted: 2019-11-02 Expires: 2019-12-03

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