The New Student Orientation Coordinator
provides leadership for development and implementation of a
comprehensive orientation program for all new students. This
employee is responsible for the creation of a schedule, learning
outcomes, coordination and communication with college partners, and
assessment tools for the orientation unit. This employee applies
best practices and student development theory to develop programs
for various categories of new students
Bachelor’s degree required and a minimum of three years of
experience in developing, implementing, and/or coordinating new
student orientations or applicable related experience. Or, a
combination of experience and education sufficient to successfully
perform the essential duties of the job.
Job Specific Task List:
- 1. In conjunction with the orientation director, the assistant
director plans and executes a college-wide orientation program that
applies student development theory, research of best practices in
the field, and college-specific data to provide students with
foundational information that prepares them to succeed in college.
- 2. Creates learning outcomes to ensure that new students,
regardless of their location or modality, and recognizing the
unique needs of virtual students, receive the same level of service
and quality in their orientation and onboarding experience -
- 3. Provides HACC-specific programs that ensure a smooth
transitional process for newly-enrolled students and for returning
students coming back to the college. The program is intentionally
designed to introduce students to HACC’s services, programs,
policies, and personnel in a manner that equips students to access
support and information as needed for successful progression toward
their academic goals. - (Essential)
- 4. Delivers an orientation programs for a range of new student
populations, including but not limited to the following:
traditional-age students, dual enrollment, adult/non-traditional
students, veterans, first-generation students, and other groups
that data identifies as needing special onboarding processes. -
- 5. Develops and plans effective systems of strategic outreach,
follow up, and touch points for students to promote matriculation,
student success and an increased admit to enroll yield;
collaborates with the test center, advising, the registrar’s
office, and other college partners to implement the programs. -
- 6. Delivers informative, effective, professional training for
all faculty, staff, and student employees who participate in new
student orientation programs and ensures that such participants are
prepared to support student success. - (Essential)
- 7. Ensures compliance with federal regulations regarding Title
IX programming as a component of the orientation process. -
- 8. Delivers orientation programs at all HACC locations; regular
travel to other campuses for orientation sessions, planning
meetings, and collaboration with colleagues will be required. -
- 9. Employs assessment tools and practices to gather feedback
and then analyzes data to evaluate the efficacy of the orientation
program. - (Essential)
- 10. Identifies and resolves problems, ensures consistent
application of rules and regulations, and handles complex and
high-level complaints or issues. - (Essential)
- 11. Performs other duties as assigned by the Director of
Orientation - (Essential)
Full Time 12 Month
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