Project Coordinator II - Titans Pathway to Achievement

Florida, United States
Salary Not specified
Nov 11, 2020
Employment Level
Employment Type
Full Time
Project Coordinator II - Titans Pathway to Achievement
St. Petersburg College

Compensation: $46,226.34-$53,160.29
In Review: Nov 5, 2020
Openings: 1
Formal review of applications begins: Nov 4, 2020
Department: Academic and Student Affairs
Location: St. Pete / Gibbs

The Ideal candidate should possess the following:

• Experience working with students in the Foster Care and/or aging out of Foster Care Support Systems.
• Have thorough working knowledge and experience with the greater Tampa Bay social welfare support programs.
• Extensive knowledge working with homeless.

Position Summary:
The Titans Pathway to Achievement Coordinator will support student success, retention and progression to graduation; provide individualized student services to students who have foster care and homeless backgrounds; connect students to relevant campus resources; monitor and track progress of students; maintain communication with faculty and staff in support of the students; coordinate workshops and students group activities (i.e., field trips, support groups, lunch and learns, etc.) The Titans Pathway to Achievement Coordinator will also be a liaison with the Tampa Bay Community Base Care agencies (Independent Living / Case Management Staff) as well as the Foster Care Liaison from the Pinellas County School Board.

This is the second of six levels in the Student Support Professional series. Incumbents in this class focus on coordinating professional-level support services to students (local, out-of-state, international) and prospective students in single areas or across a number of disciplines that may include admissions, financial aid, academic advising, career services, study abroad, honors college, and disability services. In addition to providing student support services, incumbents are responsible for developing internal and external partnerships to enhance services; conducting program assessment and evaluation to ensure effective delivery of services; making referrals for resources to assist in the students' career and educational success; and serving as a liaison between high schools, students, employers, and the college. Incumbents in this class perform professional-level student support activities and may have formal supervisory responsibility for program staff.

Bachelor's degree required. Master's degree preferred in counseling, psychology, human services, student affairs or social work.

Two (2) years of related work experience.

• Experience with the local CBC/Dependency/Child Welfare System;
• Thorough knowledge and experience with greater Tampa Bay resources and social welfare support;
• Knowledge of the College's policies, procedures and regulations;
• Knowledge of student development and resources to promote student success;
• Previous experience working with at underserved/underrepresented populations;
• Counseling/advising skills;
• Strong leadership skills.;
• Strong communication skills;
• Ability to relate effectively with students, institutional personnel, and the public;
• Ability to identify students' needs in order to make the appropriate referrals;
• Ability to maintain confidentiality;
• Supervisory principles;
• Applicable student support programs, academic advising, and/or related programs;
• Program development and program management principles and practices;
• Customer service principles;
• Career planning principles and practices;
• Community networking principles and practices;
• Applicable Federal, State, and local laws, rules, regulations, policies, and procedures;
• Diverse populations and cultures;
• Recordkeeping principles;
• Computers and related software applications.

• Prioritizing and assigning work;
• Monitoring and evaluating employees;
• Planning and developing programs;
• Advising students on academic, finance or career issues;
• Providing customer service;
• Promoting services;
• Researching service delivery methods;
• Maintaining records;
• Using a computer and related software applications;
• Communication, interpersonal skills as applied to interaction with subordinates, coworkers, supervisor, the general public, etc. sufficient to exchange or convey information and to give and receive work direction.

• Positions in this class typically require: reaching, standing, walking, grasping, feeling, talking, hearing, seeing and repetitive motions.
• Sedentary Work: Exerting up to 10 pounds of force occasionally and/or a negligible amount of force frequently or constantly to lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects. Sedentary work involves sitting most of the time. Jobs are sedentary if walking and standing are required only occasionally and all other sedentary criteria are met.


These duties are a representative sample; position assignments may vary.
1. Coordinates assigned program and/or service, ensuring alignment with overall University goals, policies and procedures. Coordinates department functions and/or services which may include implementing new initiatives to address student needs; managing admission, registration and graduation process; developing, monitoring and refining outcome metrics. Daily 40%
2. Develops, manages, and communicates resources through program promotions, class presentations, training sessions, and faculty and community partnerships. Daily 30%
3. Develops new student support services and programs, including on and off-site course offerings, new delivery formats, and partnerships with community agencies. Daily 20%
4. Tracks, compiles, and collects information and prepares related reports in assigned program area; maintains related databases. Daily 5%
5. May prioritize and assign work to lower level staff; monitor the performance of lower level staff; train staff on work methods and procedures; and participate on staff evaluations. Daily 5%
6. Performs other duties of a similar nature or level. As Required

Additional Responsibilities:
• Meets regularly and as needed with individual students to assess their educational, life skills, and socio-emotional needs;
• Refers and connects students with relevant resources; Housing, Counseling Services, Accessibility Services Center, Financial Aid, and Career Services etc.;
• Monitors and records progress of individual students; maintaining consistent and confidential records of individual student data;
• Serves as an advocate for students with college processes and services, as needed;
• Prepares students for graduation, post-graduate plans and career advising;
• Collaborates with faculty and staff interested in researching issues focused in both populations.;
• Coordinates workshops and student activities;
• Participates in community outreach activities.

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