Special Notes to Applicants:
LBCC values a work life balance. Here are some benefits of working
full-time at LBCC :
- 248-day work year (Fridays off in July and August and a week
off at the end of December)
- Twelve paid holidays per year
- Accrual of two days of paid leave (vacation) per month
- Accrual of eight hours of sick leave per month
- Tuition waiver for you and your dependents
- Medical, dental, vision insurance for employee and
- Employer paid contribution of $2,400 per year to a tax
- Public Employees Retirement eligibility after 6 months ( LBCC
pays the six percent employee contribution)
As a condition of employment, all new employees are required to be
compensated via direct deposit.
LBCC is an Equal Opportunity Educator and Employer.
LBCC is committed to the principles of Pay Equity.
Management/exempt starting salaries normally fall toward the lower
end of the range and are dependent on experience.
Latino Outreach and Retention Manager
Institutional Equity, Diversity & Inclusion
Albany Campus, Albany, OR
Under the direction of the Chief Equity Officer & Executive
Director of Institutional Equity, Diversity & Inclusion, the
Latino Outreach and Retention Manager plans, organizes, and manages
the college’s strategic goals related to outreach and retention of
the regions Latino high school students, current LBCC Latino
students, and institution’s Latino stakeholder groups. Manages
marketing and promotional events and promotes college relations and
services to advance the post-secondary attendance and degree
completion among the Latino community. The Outreach and Retention
Manager oversees day-to-day operations of the Equity, Diversity
& Inclusion Center; provides supervision to the Equity,
Inclusion & Diversity Program Assistant and student staff; and
collaborates closely with LBCC Enrollment Services, and other key
departments to fulfill the college’s goals for improving Latino
college participation and completion.
Education and Training:
Bachelor’s degree in Higher
Education Administration or Higher Education Leadership, Human
Development, Counseling, or fields directly related to this
position is required; OR a combined equivalent of education and
experience that enables full performance of all aspects of the
A minimum of four years’ full-time work
experience in relation to diversity efforts, program
administration, community organizing,
academic/student/multicultural affairs, or related subject matter
expertise in equity, diversity, and inclusion is required. Must
have evidence of a demonstrated ability to build relationships
through community outreach and engagement. Requires training and/or
experience coordinating and providing academic support through
programming and advising services. Requires strong analytic and
problem-solving skills and experience.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Requires fluency in oral
and written Spanish and English. Demonstrated experience in
recruiting, advising, mentoring, and retaining students, clients,
employees, or volunteers from Latino populations. Requires
knowledge and skills in communicating and working effectively
within Latino communities, and a thorough understanding of the
developmental needs of Latino students attending high school and
college, and of multicultural issues in secondary schools, on
college campuses, and the transition between high school and
college. Must have demonstrated ability to develop program outcomes
and facilitate workshops, and experience in planning and
implementing college preparation programs for high school, middle
school, and/or college students. Requires the ability to interpret
college enrollment policies and to explain the rationale behind
policies for prospective and current students and their families,
ensuring their understanding of expectations and requirements.
Requires excellent written and oral communication skills and the
ability to resolve conflicts within groups and/or between groups.
Must be able to communicate effectively with students, families,
staff, and faculty from diverse backgrounds and cultures. Requires
strong organizational skills, the ability to set work priorities,
complete administrative processes, meet deadlines and manage
Must be able to independently perform the duties of the position
efficiently and effectively. Requires the ability to prepare
routine or customized reports, correspondence, or materials using
word processing, database or social media applications. Requires
the ability to interpret and apply federal and state regulations
and policies and college rules, as well as those procedures of the
admissions and records department. Must be able to prioritize and
plan work in order to perform in a frequently fast-paced
environment. Must be able to develop and maintain web pages.
Requires the ability to quickly learn new software and evaluate
online tools. Must be able to communicate with a wide range of
contacts in a courteous manner over the phone and in person.
Requires the ability to develop and make public presentations. Must
be able to effectively address the needs of prospective students
with a wide range of goals, skills, and demographics. Must be able
to work effectively and respectfully in a team environment with
individuals of all cultures, backgrounds, perspectives, and
Physical Requirements and Working Conditions:
Work is typically performed in an office setting with little or no
exposure to health and safety hazards. Requires frequent travel
using personal vehicle within Linn and Benton Counties and some
overnight travel throughout the state, typically in fall and
spring. Some weekend and evening work is required. Extensive time
is spent working at a computer.
Must be able to operate computer and other office equipment. Must
have visual acuity to read words and numbers. Must be able to
communicate effectively in person, over the phone, and to groups of
up to fifty without a microphone. Requires the ability to lift and
carry medium to light weight objects (up to 50 lbs.), must be able
to load and pull handcart of boxes with total weight of less than
one hundred pounds for small to moderate distances. Must be able to
sit and stand at recruitment tables on gym floors for up to four
hours, and lift and carry large display boards.
Responsible for all aspects of program development related to the
retention, progression and academic success of Latino/Hispanic
students by leading and designing programming to foster successful
transition for Latino students at all levels including first-year
and continuing students.
Oversees and manages the day-to-day operations of the Equity,
Diversity & Inclusion Center.
Builds relationships with students to guide them to appropriate
resources in a timely manner. Develops programs that engage Latino
students with campus resources, co-curricular activities,
leadership opportunities, and peer support opportunities.
In collaboration with the Chief Equity Officer & Executive
Director of Institutional Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, the Vice
President of Academic and Student Affairs, and the Office of
Enrollment Services, designs and coordinates strategic Latino
student recruitment goals and plans.
Consults with Chief Equity Officer and Executive Director of
Institutional Equity, Diversity & Inclusion, the Vice President
of Academic and Student Affairs, the Vice President of Finance and
Operations, Deans and Directors to develop language and culturally
appropriate promotional materials, including view-books, media
advertising, and recruitment fair promotions.
Advises the Chief Equity Officer & Executive Director of
Institutional Equity, Diversity and Inclusion on Latino recruitment
and outreach trends, efforts by other schools, prospective student
feedback about LBCC, and inquiry trends. Interprets data from
Banner, community, state, and institutional data sources. Prepares
annual recruitment effort report and recommends recruitment
strategies to the Chief Equity Officer. Assists the Chief Equity
Officer with budget development.
Manages all pre-college workshops for Latino high school students
interested in LBCC programs.
Implements formative and summative evaluation of the program
effectiveness of recruiting and retention strategies. Monitors and
reports on pre-college and community trends that influence outreach
and retention efforts.
Provides direct supervision and performance evaluations to the
Equity, Inclusion & Diversity Program Assistant and student
Collaborates with existing college programs and other services such
as: OSU TRIO /Upward Bound, LSAMP / STEM, DPP / OSU CAMP, GED, ELA,
Provides leadership for the successful implementation of the
program, coordinating with additional instructors/staff, as
Performs other related duties as assigned.
Please complete the online application and upload or attach the
following required documents:
- Cover Letter
- Academic Transcript (if needed to meet min
Transcripts from institutions outside of the United States must be
accompanied by an international credential agency evaluation. Click
for a list of agencies who perform these
When a degree is required for the position, the successful
candidate will be required to submit official transcripts within 30
days of their hire date.
Applications are reviewed for minimum qualifications. In order to
be considered, your application must clearly show you meet the
minimum qualifications for this position.
U.S. Veterans must attach proof of honorable discharge (Form
DD-214, Copy 4) to their application to qualify for veteran’s
Proposed Start Date:
Number of Days per Year
Full-time or Part-time
Full-time, Fiscal Year (Management/Confidential with
Number of hours/week:
Open Until Filled:
Salary range is $61,753 – $86,628 for a 248-day annual schedule
. Salary will be prorated for
remaining days in the fiscal year.
Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).
- * How did you learn about this position? Please select one.
- Latinos in Higher Education
- HERC-Higher Education Recruitment Consortium
- Chronicle of Higher Education
- State Employment Department
- LBCC Employment Opportunities Website
- Other, specify below
- If you selected other above, please specify the website or
other resource from which you learned of the position.
(Open Ended Question)
- Cover Letter
- Academic Transcript
- U. S. Veteran Proof of Honorable Discharge DD-214, Copy 4
- Academic Transcript 2
- Academic Transcript 3
- Academic Transcript 4