Requisition ID: req3755
Job Title: Program Coordinator
Department: Student Life
Location: Columbus Campus
Employment Type: Staff
Employment Status: Externally Funded
Bargaining Unit: Non-Bargaining Unit
FLSA Status: Exempt
Compensation Type: Hourly
Compensation Range: 24.16 - 24.16
Schedule: Part-Time: Monday - Friday, up to 29 hours a
Additional Information: Please attach a cover letter and
resume with your application submittal.
The Program Coordinator for Student Life provides case management
for students navigating concerns resulting from health-related
issues and hospitalizations (i.e., serve as a liaison between
faculty and students, participate in College taskforces, oversee
student support team, interpret college, state, local, and federal
policy). The Program Coordinator will serve as the primary staff
member for outreach efforts to train and educate internal and
external partners on student pandemic-related procedures,
protocols, and resources.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB
Coordinates, administers, and manages day-to-day operations and
activities. Assesses program operational needs and resources, and
initiates processes to direct the program or functions toward
achieving its objectives. Maintains records and documentation and
prepares reports reflecting program progress, status, and related
information. Maintains confidential and sensitive
Identifies best practices from peer institutions. Completes program
reports to determine goal attainment. Utilizes program quality
metrics and measures expected outcomes (i.e., required completion
dates, supply management, and quality standards). Identifies
program issues, addresses those within the scope of the role, and
escalates those needing additional support.
Assess internal and external networks to determine the need for
educational and informational sessions and presents, as needed.
Assists in fostering relationships with community partners to
enhance student enrollment, development, and support.
OTHER DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
Attend departmental meetings, assigned committee meetings, and
training sessions. Maintain regular office hours. Participate in
college-sanctioned committees and working groups.
Professionalism, Building Partnerships, Managing Work,
Adaptability, Continuous Improvement, Communication,
Customer/Student/Employee Focus, Collaboration, Planning and
Organizing, Quality Orientation, and Leading Teams
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
Knowledge of: Program or functional area.
Skill in: Verbal and written communications; routine typing;
application of job-related computer software; operation of
job-related equipment and other equipment; maintaining
documentation and records
Ability to: Coordinate program or functional area
operations; coordinate and prioritize multiple projects and tasks;
develop and maintain effective working relationships with
coworkers, supervisors, students, the general public, and other job
contacts; maintain confidential and sensitive information;
effectively work with persons of varying cultures and diversity;
react calmly and effectively in emergencies/ exercise sound
judgment in appraising difficult situations and in making
appropriate decisions based on policy/procedures; engage students,
faculty, staff, and other partners in challenging conversations
about sensitive matters, make critical decisions about student
welfare and campus safety.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with
disabilities to perform the essential job functions described in
this position description. While performing the duties of this job,
the employee regularly exhibits digital dexterity when entering
data into a computer. The employee regularly sits, stands, and
walks. The employee converses verbally with others in person and by
telephone. Vision demands include close, relatively detailed vision
when focusing on a computer screen. With multiple conference spaces
as well as meetings across the campus, the employee regularly walks
outside to other buildings.
Bachelor’s Degree or at least two (2) years of professional
experience in Higher Education.
State Motor Vehicle Operator's License or demonstrable ability to
gain access to work site(s).
*An appropriate combination of education, training, coursework,
and experience may qualify a candidate.