Coordinator, ESL Grant 4 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 reports directly to the Dean of Academic Foundations. The ESL Grant Coordinator will oversee 2 programs funded by the ESL Federal Credit Union grant: Strong Foundations and Pathways to College.  The ESL Grant Coordinator will work closely with the Director of Pre-Collegiate Programs and the Chair of the ESOL/Transitional Studies Department.

Function of Position:

  • Recruitment of students for both programs
  • Onboarding of students for both programs
  • Advising, registration, wraparound support and connecting students with services
  • Managing caseload and assigning caseload to part-time advocate
  • Coordinating with campus offices on issues related to and needs of both programs
  • Develop and implement processes related to both programs
  • Oversee orientation for Strong Foundations
  • Point of contact for internal and external stakeholders
  • Assist students with admissions applications and financial aid
  • Track student progress in both programs and assist in creating reporting on program outcomes
  • Provide program updates for internal and external stakeholders
  • Liaise with faculty and staff in Strong Foundations and Pathways to College
  • Assign duties to part-time advocate
  • Performs 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.
  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution.
  • Three year work experience in education at the postsecondary or secondary level.
  • 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, speaking and writing) skills conducive to fostering positive interactions within the College and between the College and the school districts.
  • Evidence of team-oriented, participatory nature.
  • Commitment to service at the institution.
  • Commitment to continued professional growth.
  • Evidence of proficiency with technology.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Master’s Degree from an accredited institution
  • Bilingual and able to read, write, and speak Spanish or other languages proficiently