Articulation & Transfer Officer
$76,888.00 - $101,371.00 Annually
7/17/2022 11:59 PM Pacific
College of the Sequoias Community College District serves a diverse
community of learners and is a designated Hispanic Serving
Institution. College of Sequoias provides a wide range of
opportunities in transfer, general education, career and technical
programs for our students. We seek candidates who exhibit an
understanding and commitment to the community college mission, and
who have a passion for student success.
The Articulation & Transfer Officer reports to the VP of
Student Services, but works closely with the Dean, Student
Services, to ensure consistent collaboration. Primary
responsibilities will include coordination of articulation
functions between College of the Sequoias and CSU, UC, private
four-year institutions, and other community colleges. The
assignment includes coordination activities related to curriculum
and curriculum development on campus and within the district and
maintenance of files/documentation to assure compliance with all
federal, state and local regulations that govern inter-segmental
articulation of curriculum for transfer purposes.
The Articulation & Transfer Officer will assist the Curriculum
Committee and campus departments with the cyclical updating and
revision of course outlines and with the submission for acceptance
of new courses being developed. Additionally, this position will
serve on college-level, district-level, and statewide committees
and participate in various departmental and college
The Articulation & Transfer Officer will maintain the ASSIST,
TES (Transfer Evaluation System), institutional transfer credit
rule database (Banner), coordinate transfer initiatives, and update
college catalog that pertains to transfer. This position will
collaborate with the Admissions' evaluation team regarding
admission procedures, detailing/posting of transfer credit,
graduation evaluations, and other duties as needed. In addition,
this position serves to strengthen partnerships between community
colleges and four-year institutions to support the increase of
equitable transfer student and graduation outcomes.
College of the Sequoias is seeking an equity-minded candidate to
fill a full-time, tenure-track position in the Student Services
Department beginning August 2022.
Maintain the college articulation programs, procedures and
policies as dictated by the California Education Code; California
State University (CSU) and University of California (UC)
regulations and standards; and California Community College
Chancellor's Office Guidelines and Standards.
Serve as the college liaison to the California Community
College Chancellor's Office, the California State University
Chancellor's Office, and the University of California Office of the
President for articulation and curriculum issues.
Develop, coordinate, and maintain a comprehensive articulation
program with UC, CSU system and private universities and colleges
in California and elsewhere and liaise with the representative
articulation staff of these institutions.
Develop, maintain and provide oversight of the college transfer
credit, general education, and major preparation articulation
programs such as University of California Transfer Course Agreement
(UC TCA), Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum
(IGETC), California State University General Education Breadth (CSU
GEB), Associate Degree for Transfer (ADT), and Course
Identification Number (C-ID) in cooperation with other district
articulation officers and curriculum representatives.
Provide consultation to the faculty, instructional deans, and
other college representatives on course and program articulation
issues, especially as related to the review, revision and
development of courses with transfer preparation and articulation
Consult with department chairs, deans and vice presidents
regarding the establishment of transfer agreements and memorandums
of understanding (MOU).
Regularly keep the College community, including the college's
administrators informed of the status regarding articulation
agreements, ADT, C-ID, transfer agreements and MOUs with four-year
public and private institutions.
Work with faculty, instructional deans, and Curriculum Chair to
assist with curriculum review and updates as required by the
college level and State.
Serve as technical writer for the college and assist with
curriculum development, review and update processes.
Participate in the online curriculum review (utilizing district
software) process in a timely manner and on college and district
committees responsible for curriculum review and approval.
Maintain articulation files, prepare, and disseminate
curriculum and articulation reports as required by university and
other collegiate organizations and systems.
Participate in college, district, regional and State
articulation related activities and organizations to be informed of
and to assure timely compliance with inter-segmental articulation
changes and developments.
Serve on appropriate campus committees relating to curriculum,
academic policies, catalog production, and others to provide input
about curriculum and articulation issues.
Participate in the Curriculum Institute, annual CIAC
conference, regional meetings, and all other relevant
Collaborate and coordinate transfer initiatives/legislations
with the campus constituents that impacts student retention,
transfer, and graduation.
Collaborate with the Counseling Division regarding new
articulation agreements needed to support student completion and
Ensures compliance with ACCJC on transfer policies: transfer
policies are disclosed to students and public, policies contain
information about the criteria the institution uses to accept
credits for transfer, and the institution complies with the
Commission Policy on Transfer of Credit.
Complete the CCCCO's annual Transfer and Articulation Plans and
reports with a holistic, student-centered, and equity focused
Author Articulation Program review.
Lead/assist with the implementation of Giant Pathways.
Assist with pass along of external credits and graduation
Assist with Counseling students as needed.
Assignments may include evening classes, weekend classes, online,
and teaching at our locations in Visalia, Hanford, and/or
Participation in the governance of the District by way of committee
assignments is expected. Other responsibilities include maintenance
of a number of office hours, full participation in departmental
responsibilities, and the willingness to create and/or participate
in and sustain an atmosphere of equity, justice, and appreciation
for diversity throughout the college.
COMMITMENT TO EQUITY:
College of the Sequoias values the ability to serve students from a
broad range of cultural heritages, socioeconomic backgrounds,
genders, gender identities, abilities, and orientations.
The District prioritizes applicants who promote the success and
inclusion of students who have been historically underrepresented
in higher education. The District seeks to employ faculty members
who are equity-minded and value mentorship and working in a
collegial, collaborative environment, guided by a commitment to
helping all students achieve their educational goals. Ideal
candidates will share the College of the Sequoias' commitment to be
knowledgeable about and implement equitable learning and teaching
methods appropriate to serve its racially and socioeconomically
diverse student population. College of the Sequoias is a
Hispanic-Serving Institution, reflecting the great responsibility
that the District has to the educational attainment and economic
well-being of the surrounding community.
The candidate must meet the following criteria. The degree must be
from an institution accredited by the Western Association of
Schools and Colleges or the equivalent.
Master's degree in counseling, rehabilitation counseling,
clinical psychology, counseling psychology, guidance counseling,
educational counseling, social work, or career development,
marriage and family therapy, or marriage, family and child
Bachelor's degree in one of the above listed degrees and a
license as a Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT) is an alternative
qualification for this discipline OR
equivalent (Download PDF reader) AND
A sensitivity to and understanding of, the diverse academic,
socioeconomic, cultural, disability, and ethnic backgrounds of
community college students.
If claiming equivalency, please complete and
submit the appropriate Equivalency paperwork found at:
Your equivalency paperwork must be submitted with your
application, by the recruitment deadline.
Please submit as
a "supplemental attachment" within the "Attachment" section of this
The Successful candidate shall have demonstrated:
Two years of experience in general academic counseling and /or
academic counseling focusing on transfer preparations in a two-year
or four-year higher education institution.
One year of experience in serving as an articulation officer in
a two-year or four-year higher education institution.
Demonstrated experience and knowledge of the structure and
regulations governing community college curriculum to effectively
articulate courses and programs between high schools, community
colleges, and baccalaureate institutions.
Experience with computer software and technology used to
facilitate articulation, transfer, student services, or
Demonstrated knowledge of policies, procedures and future
trends impacting articulation of programs and courses.
Ability to facilitate and coordinate the complex articulation
process in a multi-campus district.
Ability to comprehend and explain the nature of articulation
issues to respective stakeholders.
Oral and written skills to effectively communicate with campus
faculty, administration, staff, and students and outside
Demonstrated experience and/or knowledge in working with
students of great diversity in socioeconomic, cultural, and ethnic
backgrounds, including those with different levels of academic
preparation and varying physical and learning abilities.
To be considered applicants must submit ALL of the
following required material before or by the filing
Recruitment Analyst: Keila Reynoso at firstname.lastname@example.org or
College of the Sequoias does not sponsor H-1B Visas
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COLLEGE OF THE SEQUOIAS COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT IS AN EQUAL
OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER: The College of the Sequoias Community College
District is committed to the principles of equal employment
opportunity. It is the District's policy to ensure that all
qualified applicants for employment and employees have full and
equal access to employment opportunity and are not subject to
discrimination in any program or activity of the District on the
basis of ethnic group identification, race, gender, color,
language, accent, citizenship status, ancestry national origin,
age, sex, religion, sexual orientation, transgender, parental
status, marital status, veteran status, physical or mental
disability or medical condition, or on the basis of these perceived
- Completed online application.
- Equity Narrative (included in the application packet)
- Letter of interest, which addresses the Desirable
Qualifications. In this letter, we invite applicants to expand on
strengths not covered in other parts of the application.
- Curriculum Vitae or Resume
- Unofficial copies of transcripts of college/university work.
(If transcripts are not in English, include a summary of courses
and grades). Official transcripts are required upon
- Equivalency documents (If necessary)