A senior (lead) level position responsible for providing professional case management services for a specific student population (e.g. adult students, single parents, gender related, TRIO, Upward Bound, Life Transitions, Dual Credit, etc.) Responsible for coordinating and providing specific services provided by the department to meet the needs of the specific student population served (e.g. advising, enrollment, book loans, child care vouchers, tutoring, etc.). Develops and coordinates programs involving recruitment, enrollment, and advising/course planning. Establishes and maintains partnerships with students and service providers for educational, career, and related program and service needs.
- Adheres to strict student confidentiality guidelines.
- Provides academic advisement/planning to specific student population assigned utilizing a variety of resources provided by DCCCD, community organizations, and other colleges, universities and related organizations.
- Advising of students may be inclusive of one-on-one interaction, phone, and/or online advising.
- Interviews students to gather information to assess service needs; plans and implement special projects and coordinates a variety of department activities and services to better serve and extend existing services to specific student population served (e.g. advising, enrollment, book loans, child care vouchers, tutoring, etc.).
- Coordinates and provides program introduction meetings, workshops and/or seminars which include developing associated material to promote and inform as they relate to the specific student population served.
- Participates in recruitment activities, registration, drop/add/withdrawal functions, and coordinates new student orientations and/or orientations as they relate to the department’s purpose and services.
- Acts as liaison with external location personnel (e.g. provides program information packets; off-site registration, attends information sessions, etc.).
- Gathers and analyzes data and prepares reports related to the assigned student population caseload.
- Monitors specific budget allocations, including grant budgets; assists in seeking and the solicitation of grant funds to further extend services to the specific student population served.
- Hires, trains, supervises, and evaluates assigned staff.
- Performs related duties as assigned.
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Tish Holland THolland@dcccd.edu