Location: Batavia, NY Category: Administrative/Professional Posted On: Wed Apr 10 2019 Job Description:
The ACE Programs Specialist will assist the Associate Dean with student and teacher recruitment, program promotion, development of marketing and program evaluation materials, gathering and analysis of data from secondary to post-secondary levels, and carry out the various functions or procedures connected with the goals of ACE Programs.
Contact and work with high school faculty in the development of new course offerings for the Advanced Studies Program.
Facilitate the application process for high school teachers wishing to offer Advanced Studies courses.
Recruit new high schools and increase opportunities for ACE Programs and their partners.
Assist with the administration, collection and review of student registration materials.
Participate in high school presentations to inform on and promote various ACE Programs.
Assist with the orientation, coordination and evaluation of the Advanced Studies faculty.
Work with the Associate Dean of ACE Programs to meet with high school administrators in order to develop, promote, administer, and evaluate programs.
Assist with scheduling and daily operations of various ACE Programs.
Work with campus center deans and high schools to develop new College Today courses.
Assist in the development and implementation of marketing strategies for various ACE Programs.
Provide basic course advisement to students participating in specific ACE Programs.
Other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's or Associates degree required.
A minimum of three years' experience (or five years with an Associates) in secondary and/or postsecondary schools including at least one or a combination of the following is required; guidance counseling, advisement, college admissions, placement testing and teaching/training.
Experience in college level instruction, curriculum development, gifted education, testing methods and procedures, general marketing that includes use of social media, general education, or related areas is highly desirable.
Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to relate effectively with high school and college administrators, teachers and staff is required. Must have excellent written and oral communications skills. Must be able to demonstrate effective use of Microsoft Office software including Excel, Word, and Outlook. Must be able to multi-task. Experience with BANNER and using relational databases is highly desirable. Must be able to demonstrate a strong commitment to diversity.
Genesee Community College is a student-centered collegiate community that annually serves more than 6,000 students with 70 academic degrees and certificates, and seven campus locations in Western New York. Genesee Community College is a committed to providing the educational experiences which promote intellectual and social growth, workforce and economic development and global citizenship. Additional information about GCC is available at www.genesee.edu.