Coordinator II, Dual Enrollment 6 views

Job Overview

  • Salary Offer Commensurate with Experience
  • Experience Level Some Experience
  • Total Years Experience 3-5
  • Education 4-year degree

Job Description:

Summary and Purpose of Position:

The Coordinator, Dual Enrollment, reports directly to the Director, Pre-Collegiate Partnerships (PCP), and responsible for overseeing the development and the implementation of MCC’s Dual Enrollment (DE) Program. The Coordinator, Dual Enrollment position will have a laser focus on equity in access and student participation.  Work directly with various college divisions and K – 12 school systems to serve students in ways that create and promote coherent pathways to post-secondary degree attainment. The Coordinator, Dual Enrollment works collaboratively across college divisions to provide consistent and excellent student-focused service, leadership, and support. Builds new concurrent enrollment opportunities for school districts and for Monroe Community College.  Serves as the primary contact with all concurrent enrollment partners and represents the College on school/college related consortiums and advisory boards and at local and state meetings.

Function of Position:

  • Assist the Director, PCP with plans and projects on the growth of the DE Program and other college readiness initiatives
  • Create and maintain partnerships with high schools. Responsible for frequent and effective communication with key stakeholders, including college personnel, high school administrators, faculty, students, and parents regarding policy, program updates and planning opportunities
  • Work with deans to create and oversee the Dual Enrollment master schedule.
  • Act as the primary liaison to Academic Departments, Admissions, Student Accounts, and Registration and Records on issues related to DE students.
  • Develop a DE master schedule each year.
  • Develop a three-year equity plan in collaboration with our IDEA office, RCSD, and other school districts for future implementation; focusing on equity in DE student participation.
  • Maintain the DE core process blueprint and work with Technology Services to develop automated processes as needed.
  • Align equity plan and core process blueprint with guided pathways principles.
  • Proactively partner with high schools that serve predominantly underrepresented and high needs students to help students explore academic and career interests and develop viable plans for college.
  • Proactively partner with high schools that serve predominantly underrepresented and high needs students to assist administration in targeting teachers who meet MCC DE teaching certification requirements during the hiring process.
  • Develop a process for DE students to choose and take courses in an identified program area of interest.
  • Actively use its pathways to recruit high school students and ensure that they are prepared not only for college but to enter specific areas of interest.
  • Expose DE students to MCC Schools and pathways.
  • Create, maintain, and audit dual enrollment contracts with each high school site to ensure compliance with all college and NACEP standards and requirements.
  • Develop, implement, and audit dual enrollment master schedule courses, perquisites to ensure direct alignment with MCC schools and guided pathways.
  • Collaborate with appropriate college offices and/or personnel to monitor, update and maintain dual enrollment policies, practices and procedures.
  • Work in collaboration with Institutional Research and the Schools office on data collection, reporting, and assessment. Monitor status of dual enrollment numbers and overall program effectiveness and identify other appropriate performance or activity metrics.
  • Leads and maintains National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships (NACEP) accreditation reporting and processes.
  • Develops, writes and presents reports, proposals, presentations, etc. detailing achievements of Concurrent Enrollment Program and other college readiness initiatives.
  • Initiate and update marketing materials, recruitment and outreach activities in collaboration with appropriate College personnel and partnering school site administrators. Promotes and encourages concurrent enrollment students to matriculate to the college upon high school graduation
  • Direct programs for high school students, high school faculty/staff and parents at designated high schools and on MCC’s campuses including preparing and conducting presentations regarding concurrent enrollment, post-secondary choices and college readiness. Maintain and improve concurrent enrollment information pipeline to high school partners.
  • Collaborate with Director, PCP in designing and coordinating College procedures, guidelines and operating processes and relevant forms to facilitating the administration of the DE Program.
  • Coordinates efforts with various campus departments to guide, assist, monitor, and ensure seamless scheduling, enrollment, registration, and continuous support for concurrent enrollment students in accordance with internal policies and in compliance with other rules and regulations.
  • Identifies and resolves operational problems, administrative issues, and other workflow matters raised by faculty, District administrators, high school administrators, and/or students in the program. Maintain effective communication and ensure timely reciprocal exchange of information with key stakeholders.
  • Provide programmatic leadership through participation on college-wide initiatives, committees, task forces and community agency advisory boards as appropriate for the growth and development of the college’s concurrent enrollment program.
  • Provide community and college-wide training on concurrent enrollment policy, procedure, practice, and promotion.
  • Maintain consistent and effective communication with MCC’s dual enrollment partner school districts and MCC’s administration
  • Perform additional duties as assigned.

MCC Expectations:

  • Adheres to the College Code of Conduct.
  • Contributes to, supports, and maintains an equitable, inclusive, and collaborative College environment.
  • Maintains technological competencies utilized by the College.
  • Commits to the philosophy of a comprehensive community college.
  • Commits to professional growth. which includes seeking ongoing training in diversity, equity and inclusion to better serve students.

Required Qualifications:

  • Demonstrated support for the essential values of the community college dedicated to promoting diversity, access, inclusiveness, and academic excellence.
  • Bachelors’ degree from an accredited institution.
  • Three-year work experience in a community college or high school setting.
  • Demonstrated ability with project management, strong writing and organization skills, and experience with project management.
  • Awareness of the local community and its structure, particularly in regard to students in transition from high school to college.
  • Evidence of effective communication (interpersonal, verbal and written) skills conducive to fostering positive interactions within the College and between the College and the school districts.
  • Evidence of team-oriented, participatory nature.
  • Human relation skills to work effectively with diverse internal and external clientele.
  • Commitment to continued professional growth.
  • Evidence of proficiency with technology. 

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Master’s Degree from an accredited institution.
  • Comprehensive knowledge and direct experience with concurrent enrollment.
  • Experience with college admissions, enrollment and other higher education programs.
  • Demonstrated commitment or proven strategies for fostering a diverse and inclusive environment.
  • Demonstrated ability or proven strategies to teach and work with persons from diverse backgrounds.
  • Knowledge of New York State graduation requirements.
  • Bilingual and able to read, write, and speak Spanish or other languages proficiently.