Program Coordinator I (Undocumented Student Support)
Closing Date: 05/24/22*
*For full-consideration, all application packets must be received by 11:59 pm on the closing date.
Program Coordinator I
Salary Grade: C1-55 (I)
Starting Salary: $5,855.45 (per month)
Full Salary Range: $5,855.45 - $7,843.54 (per month)
Program Coordinator II
Salary Grade: C1-59 (II)
Starting Salary: $6,452.96 (per month)
Full Salary Range: $6,452.96 - $8,656.76 (per month)
The Foothill-De Anza Community College District is currently accepting applications for the classified position above. We are looking for a Program Coordinator I.
Foothill - De Anza Community College District Mission Statement:
The mission of the Foothill-De Anza Community College District is student success. We are driven by an equity agenda and guided by core values of excellence, inclusion, and sustainability. Every member of our district contributes to a dynamic learning environment that fosters student engagement, equal opportunity, and innovation in meeting the various educational and career goals of our diverse students. We are committed to providing an accessible, quality undergraduate education dedicated to developing a broadly educated and socially responsible community that supports an equitable and just future for California.
Foothill College Mission Statement:
Believing a well-educated population is essential to sustaining and enhancing a democratic society, Foothill College offers programs and services that empower students to achieve their goals as members of the workforce, as future students, and as global citizens. We work to obtain equity in achievement of student outcomes for all California student populations, and are guided by our core values of honesty, integrity, trust, openness, transparency, forgiveness, and sustainability. Foothill College offers associate degrees and certificates in multiple disciplines, and a baccalaureate degree in dental hygiene.
The Equity and Engagement Division oversees programs that promote some of the key values of De Anza College - including equity, civic engagement, social justice, and inclusion. These programs are focused on:
• Addressing inequities in higher education
• Providing resources to help students overcome social barriers
• Preparing students to become active participants and leaders in a democratic society
The Undocumented Student Support Program (USSP) Coordinator I provides student support, coordination of services and resources offered to undocumented students, and provides leadership to the Higher Education for AB540 Students (HEFAS) Undocumented Student Center. This position reports to the Dean of Equity & Engagement and works in collaboration with programs in the division. The USSP Program Coordinator is responsible for coordinating undocumented student support programming (i.e., UndocuWelcome, Summer Bridge, Undocumented Student Week of Action, HEFAS Annual Summit) and immigration legal services, peer support services, mental health counseling, and academic and internship opportunities to address undocumented student needs. Coordinator will work collaboratively with the Office of Financial Aid to assist with internships, externships, emergency grants, scholarships and other financial aid needs. The coordinator works collaboratively with various campus programs, learning communities and community organizations to support the success of undocumented students.
Under immediate (I) or general (II) supervision general direction, designs and develops program activities, objectives, and procedures pursuant to District, state, and/or federal regulations and guidelines; monitors and coordinates the delivery of program services; develops and administers program budget; applies for and administers grants and other funding sources; reports to various agencies regarding program activities; ensures that program reporting and recordkeeping is performed in compliance with applicable guidelines; and performs related duties as assigned.
SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED
Receives immediate (I) or general (II) supervision from an administrative supervisor or manager. Exercises no supervision of staff.
Program Coordinator I: This is the journey-level class in the Program Coordinator series. Incumbents perform routine program coordination duties including assisting with the oversight of programs, policies, and procedures pursuant to pertinent laws, codes, and rules; assist with program accountability and reporting to governing agencies regarding program activities.
Program Coordinator II: This is the advanced journey-level. Incumbents perform advanced and complex program coordination duties including the development of programs, policies, and procedures pursuant to pertinent laws, codes, and rules; assuming responsibility for program accountability and reporting to governing agencies regarding program activities; and assisting with budget development and participating in reaching solutions to budgetary problems or issues. Assignments are given with general guidelines and incumbents are responsible for establishing objectives, timelines, and methods to deliver work products or services. Work is typically reviewed upon completion for soundness, appropriateness, and conformity to policy and requirements.
EXAMPLES OF TYPICAL FUNCTIONS (Illustrative Only)
• Develops program services and activities, parameters, objectives, and budgets pursuant to District, state, and federal rules, codes, and guidelines; interprets established program guidelines and ensures services and activities are developed and administered consistent with the same.
• Assists in the development and implements program goals, objectives, policies, procedures, and work standards including recommending improvements; assists in developing work plans, procedures, and schedules.
• Provides financial and administrative oversight of assigned program ensuring compliance with program guidelines; coordinates program grant administration and budget tracking and reconciliation processes; develops budget and grant reports as needed; collaborates with management staff when problems are identified and participates in developing solutions; ensures accurate and timely program reporting.
• Establishes and fosters linkages with special populations and/or community groups served; participates in internal and external associations and advocacy groups in order to promote program participation.
• Serves as a liaison between program participants, administrators, faculty, and students; answers questions and resolves issues, problems, and complaints as needed.
• Plans, schedules, and organizes events, workshops, informational seminars, presentations, and related activities including coordinating logistics; designing and implementing marketing strategies; developing and monitoring budgets; processing independent contractor agreements and purchase requisitions; and ensuring compliance with established timeline and budget.
• Ensures participants adhere to program guidelines and addresses non-compliance with program participants; may discontinue program services to participants pursuant to program guidelines as necessary and appropriate.
• Researches, analyzes, interprets, and reports a variety of data and statistics to local, state, and federal agencies.
• Designs, creates, and edits a variety of documents including program materials, reports, forms, statistical reports, correspondence, and agendas.
• Oversees and coordinates the use, maintenance, and functionality of various data management systems; monitors data for accuracy and compliance with federal and state regulations and District policies and procedures.
• Participates on program review committees; performs program assessments, including conducting studies by selecting, adapting, and applying appropriate research and analysis techniques; evaluating alternatives, making preliminary recommendations, and assisting with the implementation of program changes after approval; prepares comprehensive technical records and reports.
• Performs related duties as assigned.
• Applicable federal, state, and local laws, rules, regulations, ordinances, and District policies and procedures relevant to assigned area of responsibility.
• Principles and practices of program coordination including implementation of the goals and objectives and oversight of performance, reporting, accountability, and regulatory compliance.
• Principles and techniques of conducting analytical studies, evaluating alternatives, making sound recommendations, and preparing and presenting effective and technical reports.
• Principles of budget development and expenditure tracking and control.
• Methods and techniques of applying for, tracking, and reporting grant funds.
• Principles and practices of data collection and report preparation.
• Techniques and methods of marketing and community outreach.
• Principles and practices of developing and presenting informational workshops and seminars.
• Basic business arithmetic and bookkeeping.
• Business letter writing and the standard format for reports and correspondence.
• Record keeping and filing systems and methods.
• English usage, grammar, spelling, vocabulary, and punctuation.
• Modern office practices, procedures, technology, and computer equipment and applications, including word processing, database, and spreadsheet applications.
• Techniques for providing a high level of customer service by effectively dealing with the public, students, and District staff, including individuals of diverse academic, socio-economic, ethnic, religious, and cultural backgrounds, disability, and sexual orientation.
• Demonstrate understanding of, sensitivity to, and respect for the diverse academic, socio-economic, ethnic, religious, and cultural backgrounds, disability, and sexual orientation of community college students, faculty and staff.
• Perform difficult and complex program support work accurately and with use of independent judgment.
• Interpret, apply, and explain applicable federal, state, and local laws, rules, regulations, ordinances, and District policies and procedures relevant to assigned area of responsibility.
• Develop and present informational workshops and presentations.
• Understand the organization and operation of the District and of outside agencies as necessary to assume assigned responsibilities.
• Coordinate and oversee assigned administrative, budgeting, and fiscal reporting activities.
• Plan, organize, and carry out assignments from management staff with minimal direction.
• Analyze, interpret, summarize, and present administrative and technical information and data in an effective manner.
• Evaluate and develop improvements in operations, procedures, policies, or methods.
• Research, analyze, and evaluate new service delivery methods, procedures, and techniques.
• Prepare, review, and present reports and other correspondence and communications in a clear and concise manner.
• Maintain accurate databases, records, and files.
• Perform arithmetic, financial, and statistical computations accurately.
• Organize and prioritize a variety of projects and multiple tasks in an effective and timely manner; organize own work, set priorities, and meet critical time deadlines.
• Effectively use computer systems, software, and modern business equipment to perform a variety of work tasks.
• Use English effectively to communicate in person, over the telephone, and in writing.
• Use tact, initiative, prudence, and independent judgment within general policy, procedural, and legal guidelines.
• Establish, maintain, and foster positive and effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.
• Understanding of, sensitivity to, and respect for the diverse academic, socio-economic, ethnic, religious, and cultural backgrounds, disability, and sexual orientation of community college students, faculty and staff.
• Any combination of training and experience which would provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required qualifications would be:
Program Coordinator I and II: Equivalent to graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with major coursework in finance, accounting, business administration, or a related field
Program Coordinator I: three (3) years of responsible experience providing complex program support and coordination of program services.
Program Coordinator II: five (5) years of responsible experience providing complex program support, budget administration, and coordination of program services.
Masters degree in the disciplines of English, ESL, Composition, Reading, or Education.
Licenses and Certifications:
Must possess mobility to work in a standard office setting and use standard office equipment, including a computer; vision to read printed materials and a computer screen; and hearing and speech to communicate in person and over the telephone. Standing in and walking between work areas is frequently required. Finger dexterity is needed to access, enter, and retrieve data using a computer keyboard or calculator and to operate standard office equipment. Positions in this classification frequently bend, stoop, kneel, and reach to perform assigned duties, as well as push and pull drawers open and closed to retrieve and file information. Employees must possess the ability to lift, carry, push, and pull materials and objects up to 10 pounds with the use of proper equipment. Reasonable accommodations will be made for individuals on a case-by-case basis.
Employees work in an office environment with moderate noise levels, controlled temperature conditions, and no direct exposure to hazardous physical substances.
• A District on-line application on http://hr.fhda.edu/careers/. *In the application, you will provide information, which demonstrates your understanding of, sensitivity to, and respect for the diverse academic, socio-economic, ethnic, religious, and cultural backgrounds, disability, and sexual orientation of community college students, faculty and staff. Additionally, you will be asked to explain how your life experiences, studies or work have influenced your commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion.
• A cover letter addressing your qualifications for the position.
• A current resume of all work experience, formal education and training.
If any required application materials are omitted, the committee will not review your application. Items not required (including reference letters) will not be accepted. For full-consideration, all application packets must be received by 11:59 pm on the closing date.
Please allow yourself ample time to complete your application and resolve any technical difficulties that may arise with your submission. We do not guarantee a response to application questions within 48 hours of the closing date. You may also visit our “Applicant Information” to assist with technical difficulties at: http://hr.fhda.edu/careers/a-applicant-instructions.html
CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:
Position: Full-Time, Categorical Funded, 11 months per year
Starting date: As soon as possible upon completion of the search process.
Excellent benefits package which includes medical coverage for employee and eligible dependents, dental, vision care, employee assistance program, long term disability, retirement benefits and basic life insurance. For information on our benefits package that includes medical for employees and dependents, visit our web site: http://hr.fhda.edu/benefits/index.html.
Persons with disabilities who require reasonable accommodation to complete the employment process must notify Employment Services no later than the closing date of the announcement. The successful applicant will be required to provide proof of authorization to work in the U.S. All interviewing costs incurred by applicant are the responsibility of the applicant.
For more information about our application process contact:
Foothill-De Anza Community College District
12345 El Monte Road
Los Altos Hills, California 94022
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