Shared Dual Credit Advisor
Main Campus - Baytown, TX
Provost/Academic & Student Affairs
Starting Salary Range is $52,159 - $59,984. The initial salary
offer is commensurate with education and related work
The Shared Dual Credit Advisor is the on-site expert on dual credit
at the high school and provides guidance, supervision, and direct
services to ensure the effective administration of the dual credit
program. The Shared Dual Credit Advisor serves as the point of
contact between the Lee College campus and Goose Creek Consolidated
Independent School District (GCCISD) high schools. In coordination
with campus departments and public school officials, they create a
college culture at the GCCISD high schools by promoting the Dual
Credit Program and assisting high school students and parents with
college testing, admissions, scheduling, registration, and
Essential Duties & Responsibilities
Collaborate with the high schools on recruitment strategies and
activities beyond just attending College and Career nights and
Assist with the logistics and completion in ensuring that all
high school students wanting to take dual credit complete the
Assist students with choosing a career pathway.
Provide one-on-one advising sessions to create individualized
degree plans with students who have completed 15 SCH and ensure the
students' pathway selection aligns with their career goals, high
school endorsements, and high school schedule.
Provide one-on-one advising to students who are taking the
College Preparatory Course in Language Arts and/or
Ensure that all high school students wanting to take dual
credit complete the pre-assessment activity. The PAA is given
verbally or online. Provide logistics support and direct assistance
Create and update spreadsheets to identify where students are
at in the dual-credit enrollment process.
Identify students who need to take placement tests by utilizing
the information on the Onboarding Spreadsheet.
Act as a liaison between the Lee College Testing Center,
students, and proctors throughout the testing process, including
the identification of proctors at the high schools who need proctor
Review of test scores following initial testing for each
student interested in dual credit.
Collect registration forms for each student, determine
eligibility, register students in the proper section, coordinate
high school rosters, maintain schedule changes, and determine
student enrollment for tuition purposes.
Maintain mandatory New Student Orientation protocols to ensure
all dual credit students attend.
Generate payment reports to communicate to students with
balances and collaboratively work with the Lee College Business
Office to troubleshoot student account issues.
Advocate for students through the coordination with high school
counselors to assist with contacting students to ensure student
success, including outreach from 3-week progress reports, address
bookstore needs, process drops/withdrawals in collaboration with
the GCCISD high school counselor, and act as a liaison between the
student and faculty.
Attend high school advisory board meetings.
Work with the Director of Dual Credit on class offerings,
instructors, and scheduling at each high school.
Understand Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board rules
regarding dual credit programs.
Cooperatively work with college advisors, counselors, and staff
to remain current on program changes and applicable financial aid
Serve as a contact to the administration and staff in the ISD
Serve as an advisor to parents of dual credit students
attending GCCISD high schools.
Establish Parent/Student Orientation Sessions on the college
campus, as well as on high school campuses.
Discuss FERPA guidelines with students and their parents.
Discuss tuition and fees with students and their parents.
Handle phone calls and emails from counselors, parents, and
students regarding the dual credit program.
Make presentations at Parent Nights, professional meetings,
college fairs, and college nights regarding the dual credit
Collaborate with the Director of Dual Credit to create handouts
and brochures for the programs on campus and for the ISDs.
Make onsite visits to assigned GCCISD high schools to
facilitate communication and provide support.
Address complaints and disciplinary issues, including academic
and behavioral with appropriate contacts as needed in a timely
Additional Duties & Responsibilities
Assist in the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) process for
GCCISD to reflect the dynamic nature of the dual credit
Generate reports for the dual credit program in
Perform other duties as assigned.
Minimum Education, Experience, Knowledge, Skills &
Bachelor's degree in Psychology, Sociology, Education, Student
Affairs, or a closely related field
Two (2) years of related work experience
Must possess a valid driver's license
Excellent interpersonal, problem-solving, organizational, and
event planning skills
Excellent computer skills
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Ability to work collaboratively with faculty, administrators,
counselors, advisors, and other staff members in both a college and
high school setting
Ability to work well with individuals from diverse
Must be available to work evenings and weekends as needed
To apply, please visit https://www.schooljobs.com/careers/lee/jobs/4276680/shared-dual-credit-advisor