Job Title: Student Success Coordinator
Reports To: Dean of Student Services
Status: Full time/ Regular/ Exempt
Salary: $44,260 annual
SUMMARY: This position will facilitate a college-wide effort to boost student success, retention and degree completion through a student success plan. This position will design and implement student retention and engagement initiatives, maintain the Early Alert Retention System (EARS), and communicate with faculty and Student Services personnel concerning student success.
Work with at-risk TOCC students; facilitate individual student academic progress and success with faculty; and track individual student needs for academic success;
Collaborates with internal departments, advisory groups, and the general public, external agencies, and/or other interested parties to coordinate activities, review work, exchange information, and resolve problems to increase student success;
Develops and facilitates student retention initiatives; partners with faculty to monitor and intervene on issues concerning student success; maintains the Early Alert Retention System;
Represents the College at a variety of meetings, public events, training sessions, on committees, and/or other related events or groups in order to receive and convey information;
Compiles, reviews, and analyzes a variety of data and information; formulates recommendations based on findings; and, prepares related reports to the position;
Provides advising and guidance to students on Satisfactory Academic Progress student plans.
Support the T-So:son (Our Core Values) including T-Wohocudadag – Our Beliefs, T-Apedag – Our Well-Being, T-Pi:k Elida – Our Deepest Respect and I-We:mta – Working Together.
Manages communication of important dates and notifications to students using a variety of platforms/software
Performs other duties of a similar nature or level.
TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE:
Bachelor's degree in education, communication, or closely related field; and two years’ higher education experience.
Additional Consideration May Be Given to Individuals with the Following Qualifications:
Ability to speak and understand O’odham and/or Spanish.
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.
Applicable academic programs, financial aid, internships, careers, study abroad programs, and/or other related programs;
Applicable Federal, State, and local laws, rules, regulations, policies, and procedures;
Project management principles and practices.
Using a computer and related software applications;
Interpreting and applying applicable laws, rules, regulations, policies, and procedures;
Implementing public relations initiatives;
Speaking in public;
Compiling and analyzing data and information and making sound recommendations based on findings;
Providing academic advisement services;
Communication, interpersonal skills as applied to interaction with subordinates, coworkers, supervisor, the general public, etc. sufficient to exchange or convey information and to receive work direction.