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Student Life Coordinator - Temporary
Houston Community College in Houston, Texas
 
 
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Date Posted 05/10/2013
Category
Admin-Student Affairs and Services
Employment Type Fulltime
Application Deadline Open until filled
 
 
 
 
 
Special Comments Some evening and/or weekend hours may be required. Job Requisition Number 003750 Internal Posting Only Open to all Internal and External applicants Job Title (Job Title as shown on the Job Description) Student Life Coordinator - Temporary Job Code (The job code is listed on the Job Description) T9804 Position Number (Position Number to be filled in by Budget Position Control or HR) Position Number (Position Number to be filled in by Budget Position Control or HR) Job Type Part-Time Restricted Funding (Contingent upon continuation of funding) N/A Job Category Part-Time Staff Faculty Contract Length (i.e. number of paid working months for position) Other College System Department Name System: Student Services Initiatives; EBC Location 3100 Main Job Open Date 03-28-2013 Job Close Date Open Until Filled Salary Plan Part-Time Salary Grade P9 Starting Salary Range 17.49 FLSA Status Non-Exempt Work Hours Hours may vary Job Summary Responsible for the overall management and implementation of program activities and services that enhance student leadership, participation, good citizenship, success and retention; prepare, manage and monitor club/organizational budgets, inventories and external contracts. Also responsible for hiring, supervising and evaluating personnel. Reports To (Title of individual) Dean, Student Services Responsibilities Plan, direct, coordinate and implement program activities and services that promote student, participation and encourage faculty and student interaction. Interpret policies, procedures, issues and provide appropriate directions for their implementation. Develop, coordinate, implement and evaluate methods for promoting and publicizing student events and activities through the design of calendars, flyers, posters, brochures, articles, etc. Prepare, maintain and monitor departmental and organization budgets and inventories. Advise new student clubs and organizations about the construction of their constitution and by-laws. Assess and analyze student needs, interests, and activities, policies, goals and objectives through surveys, questionnaires, interviews, etc. Plan and conduct leadership training opportunities (e.g., workshops, seminars, meetings, conferences) for faculty advisors and student leaders to inform them about new, revised and updates on policies and procedures. Assist and support in the planning and coordination of system-wide activities. Serve as an advisor for the Student Government Presidential Council. Prepare and present status reports (e.g., weekly, monthly and annual) to the college administration. Monitor and update bulletin and announcement boards about student activities. Actively participate in the planning, coordination, and implementation of the system-wide leadership conference. Assist with registration activities as assigned. Participate in college outreach and recruitment activities by providing financial aid, class schedule, and registration information. Serve on college, and system-wide committees related to student activities functions. Supervise the planning and control of the department and club/organization budgets and inventories plus closely monitoring external contacts. Other duties may be assigned. Supervisory Responsibilities No Budgeting Authority No Travel Required Minimal Education Requirements Bachelor's degree in counseling or other student services related area. NOTE: If you are using your college degree to qualify for this position, you must provide a photocopy of the transcript at the interview if your transcripts are not attached on line. For this position, please do not mail, fax, or bring to Human Resources any resumes, cover letters, portfolios or other un-requested materials. If you are selected for hire, an official transcript is required at that time. If you have any questions, you may contact Employment Services at (713) 718-8565. Certification Requirements Experience Requirements Minimum of three (3) years of experience demonstrated an academic related environment and in a community college academic or student service area. NOTE: Part-time experience will be counted as half of full-time experience; for example, two (2) years of part-time experience will equal one (1) year of full-time experience. Experience with outreach activities between a college or university and the community. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Demonstrate excellent interpersonal, organization and written and oral communication skills. Demonstrate a commitment to student diversity and the ability to work with a racially and culturally diverse student body, faculty, and staff. Ability to work a flexible schedule. Some evening and/or weekend hours may be required. Ability to work independently; ability to handle multiple tasks, set priorities and meet deadlines. Proficiency with personal computer various software packages such as MS Office (Word, Excel and PowerPoint). PeopleSoft network use a plus. Computer Skills Requirements Proficiency with personal computer various software packages such as MS Office (Word, Excel and PowerPoint). PeopleSoft network use a plus. Physical Ability Requirements Security Sensitive Position Special Instructions for Applying NOTE: If you are using your college degree to qualify for this position, you must provide a photocopy of the transcript at the interview if your transcripts are not attached on line. For this position, please do not mail, fax, or bring to Human Resources any resumes, cover letters, portfolios or other un-requested materials. If you are selected for hire, an official transcript is required at that time. If you have any questions, you may contact Employment Services at (713) 718-8565. Additional Credentialing Process Requirements Acceptable Evaluation Agencies of international transcripts for US equivalence are listed as follows: Evaluators in Texas Foreign Credential Services, Inc., Austin, TX 512-459-8428 phone http://www.fcsa.biz/ Global Credential Evaluators, College Station, TX 979-690-8912 phone http://www.gcevaluators.com International Academic Credential Evaluators, Denton, TX 940-383-7498 phone http://www.iacei.net SDR Educational Consultants, Houston, TX 713-460-5344 phone http://sdr.netfirms.com SpanTran Educational Services, Inc., Houston, TX 713-266-8805 phone http://www.spantran-edu.org Evaluators Out of State Career Consulting International, Sunrise, FL 800-771-4723 phone http://www.thedegreepeople.com Center for Applied Research Evaluation & Education,Anaheim, CA 714-237-9272 phone http://www.iescaree.com Education Evaluators International, Providence, RI 401-521-5340 phone http://www.educei.com Education International, Wellesley, MA 781-235-7425 phone http://www.educationinternational.org Educational Credential Evaluators, Milwaukee, WI 414-289-3400 phone http://www.ece.org International Education Research Foundation, Inc., Culver City, CA 310-258-9451 phone http://www.ierf.org Josef Silny & Associates, Inc., Miami, FL 305-273-1616 phone http://www.jsilny.com World Education Services, Chicago, New York, Miami 800-937-3895 or 305-358-6688 phone http://www.wes.org south@wes.org Evaluations from other agencies may be approved on a case-by-case basis. Contact the Transfer Office(713-718-8535). Supplemental Documentation Required Preferences Quicklink www.hccsjobs.com/applicants/Central?quickFind=183063 Criminal History Background Check Notification In accordance with HCC policies and procedures, effective September 1, 2005 all new hires (FT/PT) will be required to undergo a pre-employment Criminal History Background Check which may include verification of employment history of any and all personnel files, education/training records, character references; criminal arrests and conviction records; criminal and civil court records; birth records, citizenship records; vehicle registration records; and any other public records. A pre-employment Drug Test and/or Alcohol Test may also be required if the position has been designated a safety-sensitive position or as otherwise required by state and/or federal law.
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