Coordinator, College and Community Outreach
The purpose of this class is to promote student success with institutional and external partners in coordinating mental health and social services programming/referrals. Assists with the coordination of services and programs designed to minimize the impact of mental illness, emotional distress or situational stressors on the academic pursuits of students.
Compensation within the posted range is determined by a candidate's education level and/or years of experience in the field. Generally, employees are hired in the lower third of the scale .
Master’s degree in counseling, social work, psychology, health or related field. Two (2) years of full time counseling, social work or human services experience. Background working with adult at-risk populations. Valid driver’s license with a good driving record with less than five (5) points.
For best consideration please apply by December 8, 2020.
Class Specific Essential Duties
- Remain knowledgeable about the College, its structure, culture, policies, and practices.
- Serve as a point of contact for internal and external organizations
- Assist with preparing and analyzing reports, as requested.
- Assist with developing and implementing policies and procedures, as required.
- Serve as an advocate for the College and its students, as required
- Serve as a liaison between College departments, faculty and/or staff, as required.
- Serve on appropriate departmental, division and college-wide committees.
Position Specific Essential Duties
- Coordinate initiatives specific to the College and Community Outreach Services mission of basic needs security and mental health awareness.
- Serve as an advocate for student success and possess a demonstrated ability to mulitask and manage a diverse caseload.
- Implement technology resources to allow for online student support including but not limited to: online portal for success navigator services, home-share/ride-share databases, and overall website presence.
- Assist students with social service needs including, but not limited to, referral to community resources and facilitating access to external mental health treatment.
- Follow up to ensure that students are appropriately assessed and successfully referred.
- Consult with faculty, staff and students who are concerned about a student.
- Engage faculty, students and staff to promote and sustain student funding resources (i.e. Student Helping Students fund, Student Emergency Assistance Grant.
- Assist in the coordination of all College and Community Outreach Services events.
- Conduct case management activities for students: e.g. memos, correspondence and case histories as needed.
- Evaluate effectiveness of programs, practices, and interventions through regular reporting, data collection and analyzing information.
- Demonstrate effective leadership for current or upcoming initiatives involving CCBC faculty/staff, community organizations or CCBC students.
- Serve as a college liaison for the College and Community Outreach Services department, when needed, for on/off campus partners and organizations.
CCBC Full Time Benefits At A Glance
Medical Plan year
Employees may select CIGNA, or Kaiser Permanente Select HMO. No preexisting condition exclusions. All plans have prescription drug coverage and mental health and substance abuse benefits. All plans require the selection of a primary care physician, but allow the option to change. Annual Open Enrollment is in October/November.
Dental Plan year
Employees may select Cigna DHMO, CareFirst Traditional Dental or CareFirst Preferred Dental. Annual Open Enrollment is in October/November.
Vision Plan year
Employees may select Carefirst Preferred or Traditional Plans. Coverage includes one eye exam and benefits for glasses, contacts, or bi/trifocals every 24 months. Administered by Davis Vision. Kaiser medical plans allow members to have one eye exam yearly (covers exam only). Annual Open Enrollment is in October/November.
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Employees have access to the EAP, which provides CCBC employees and their family member's confidential 24-hour online and telephone access for legal, financial, and personal issues. Provided for CCBC employees at no cost. Administered by CIGNA behavioral.
Flexible Spending Accounts
Employees may select the FSA, which allows employees to pay for out-of-pocket medical and dependent care expenses. Employees may allocate a maximum of $5,000 per household, per plan year for daycare related expenses, on a pre-tax basis. Employees may allocate a maximum of $2,550 for medical related expenses. A debit card is provided to simplify claims processing for health care expenses. Annual Open Enrollment is in October and November. Administered by Benefit Strategies.
Eligible employees receive one times their annual salary rounded up to the nearest $1,000. The minimum benefit amount is $50,000 and the maximum benefit amount is $200,000. CCBC pays 90% of the premium. Evidence of insurability is required if enrollment occurs 31 days after hire date. Administered by The Standard Insurance Company.
Long Term Disability (LTD)
Employees may enroll in the LTD Plan. Benefits are effective after 90 days of continuous total disability and pays 60% of the gross monthly salary. Evidence of insurability is required if enrollment occurs 31 days after the employee's hire date. Administered by The Standard Insurance Company.
Employees may enroll in the Legal Services benefit, which provides legal advice, consultation, and courtroom representation for commonly used legal services; plus will preparation, traffic violations, credit issues, warranty disputes, medical durable power of attorney and uncontested divorce. Annual Open Enrollment is in October/November. This plan is administered by Legal Resources.
Employees are eligible, based on position classification, to enroll in one of three retirement plans: (1) MD State Teachers Pension System, (2) MD State Optional Retirement Plan (ORP), or (3) Baltimore County Employees Retirement System. All plans require employee contributions except MD State ORP.
403(b) Supplemental Retirement Plans
For the 2016 calendar year, if you are under age 50, you could contribute up to $18,000, and if you are age 50 or older, you could contribute up to $24,000 because of a $6,000 'catch up contribution'.
Vendors: AIG-VALIC, TIAA-CREF, T. Rowe Price, Fidelity, Lincoln and ING.
457(b) Deferred Compensation Plan
For 2016, if you are under the age of 50, you could contribute the maximum of $18,000 to your 457(b) plan. If you are age 50 or older, that maximum increases to $24,000 because of a $6,000 'catch up contribution.' Vendor: Voya Financial Advisors, Inc.
CCBC tuition is waived for benefit-eligible employees after a probationary period, if applicable. Tuition reimbursement for courses taken at other colleges and universities are available after one year of CCBC employment. Employees are reimbursed: $200/credit undergraduate; $260/credit graduate courses, up to a maximum of 18 credits per fiscal year.
Employees have access to a free checking account, direct deposit, loans and other services at First Financial Federal Credit Union and M&T Bank.
Time Off (fiscal year)
12-month employees accrue up to 12 days for sick and safe leave the first year of employment and 18 days per year thereafter. 10-month employees accrue up to 10 sick days the first year and 15 days thereafter. All employees are granted 3 personal business days per fiscal year. Employees are eligible based on position classification and years of service to accrue a minimum of 10 days and a maximum of 20 days of vacation per fiscal year.
Free. Must obtain a parking permit from the Department of Public Safety to use on all campuses.