Job Positions

Campus Navigator

Categories: Rocky Mountain Region 10


Parker Campus


Arapahoe Community College

Date Posted:

May 25 2021 1:41PM

Close Date:

June 1 2021

Position Description

The Campus Navigator leads the support services delivered to students at Arapahoe Community College’s Parker Campus by working across departments, building relationships, and maintaining a comprehensive knowledge of ACC’s programs, academic requirements, and support services. Specifically, the Campus Navigator works in collaboration with Student Affairs to provide proactive academic and career pathway exploration, outreach, and retention services.


The Campus Navigator coordinates with Student Services to support student success activities at the Parker campus including new student advising and registration, student activities, tutoring and writing workshops, and low-level financial aid counseling. Additionally, this position conducts outreach to local high schools and participates in events to recruit prospective students. The Campus Navigator also works collaboratively with the Career & Transfer Center to build relationships with local transfer partners and attend transfer events as needed. This position works with other colleges and universities to ensure efficient transfer to and from ACC. Also works with local employers and provides tools/services for students which benefit their job search. The Campus Navigator must be able to work evening hours at least two days per week, and occasional weekend hours. Occasional travel to the Littleton and Sturm Collaboration campuses and to local industry and community events is required.

Application Process

All applicants must submit a resume, detailed letter of interest addressing the job announcement, names and contact information for three professional references, and a completed application form. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Candidates will be evaluated on the basis of their qualifications as related to the duties and responsibilities of the position. To view the complete posting and submit your application, visit our Careers website at

Institution Information

Arapahoe Community College was established in 1965 as the first two-year college in the greater Denver area. ACC provides students with innovative and responsive educational and economic opportunities. We are committed to preparing learners for life success by upholding the highest academic standards and supporting the growth and success of each individual.

Additional Information

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Contact Information

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Required Qualifications

• Bachelor’s degree in any field from an accredited institution.
• Two years of experience in a higher education setting.
• Ability to interact with and develop effective relationships with individuals of diverse populations, including varying social, cultural, economic, and educational backgrounds; commitment to an inclusive learning and work environment.
• Ability to work collaboratively and effectively with faculty, staff, students, and administrators, and be able to be productive in time-sensitive and at times, high-pressured situations.
• Experience working across functional areas in a complex organization.
• Strong collaboration, problem-solving, interpersonal, oral and written communication, and critical thinking skills required.

Preferred Qualifications

• Master’s degree, preferably in education or a field of study that enhances the individual's ability to assist at-risk students in an academic environment.
• Experience utilizing student information databases such as Banner and EAB Navigate or a similar platform.
• Experience working with industry and students to develop work-based learning opportunities including job shadowing, internships, and apprenticeships.
• Experience building student services and resources for a college campus from the ground up.
• Experience advising students in developmental education courses.
• Experience developing retention efforts targeting students who are on academic probation, suspension, or a similar standing.