Job Title: Dual-Enrollment Coordinator
Reports To: Dean of Student Services
Status: Full time/ Regular / Exempt
Summary: TOCC’s Dual-Enrollment Coordinator will work with high schools in and near the Tohono O’odham Nation to develop opportunities for the provision and delivery of dual-credit coursework that will transfer to colleges and provide credits toward high school graduation. The successful applicant will share the vision that dual-enrollment opportunities will provide Native and other students with a pathway to future academic work while offering a remedy to help address historic inequities in education that hamstring student success.The Coordinator will develop and maintain pathways for students to be successful in dual-enrollment by close, careful, and sensitive work with staff members, teachers, and administrators in a variety of secondary school settings in the catchment area Tohono O’odham Community College serves. Among the tools the Coordinator will need to deploy are digital sophistication, expertise at relationship building, highly developed communication skills, attention to detail, meticulous record keeping, and perseverance.
- Build relationships with school districts and high schools in the region
- Maintain excellent records concerning dual-enrollment and other outreach efforts that TOCC makes with local schools
- Write program reports and manage budgets related to the program
- Develop and update MOAs and other agreements as needed
- Establish dual-enrollment courses and plans with school systems in the region
- Participate in departmental, division, and institutional goal setting, committees, and special projects as they relate to Pre-College and College outreach;
- Work in coordination with the Dean of Student Services to provide the following: 1) Opportunities for student engagement, 2) Oversee and manage the travel process for student organizations and delegate group off-campus/out-of-state travel; 3) Develop, maintain, and communicate student organization resources, policies, and procedures;
- Carry out other duties related to student success as needed by the Dean of Student Services.
TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE:
- Bachelor’s degree in education, communication, or closely related field; and three years’ higher education and/or grant management experience.
Additional Consideration May Be Given To Individuals with the Following Qualifications:
- Ability to speak and understand O’odham.
- Knowledge and understanding in the history and contemporary issues facing Native peoples.
- Valid Arizona Driver’s license with no DUI's or major traffic offenses within the past two years.
- Must successfully pass a background check and fingerprint clearance.
- Knowledge of College programs and courses
- Applicable Federal, State, and local laws, rules, regulations, policies, and procedures; Project management principles and practices.
- Ability to communicate clearly and effectively with a diverse group of constituents
- Ability to write well
- Ability to track data and use data to make decisions
- Ability to work effectively in a digital environment and face-to-face.