Under the supervision of the Associate Dean, the ASL Program Coordinator will vary depending on the needs of the ASL Program. Responsibilites may include assisting the ASL Program in areas such as textbook review and selection, adjunct faculty recruitment, development, and training, student matters, student recruitment and program marketing, curriculum evaluation, and program assessment. Other responsibilities may include assisting with evaluating program/course objectives, gathering data, and interpreting data and results along with managing and preparing deparmtent budgets. This position will assist, as needed, with providing support to the LA Division’s ASL Program as well as to promote the program’s growth and development. This position’s workload will fluxuate based on needs of the program and the division.
OVERALL PURPOSE AND RESPONSIBILITY
The most important overall responsibility of all RCBC employees is to provide service in a pleasant, helpful, and effective manner to our students, members of the college community and the public.
Accepts responsibility for the timely preparation of student outcomes assessment efforts of the faculty in planning, collecting data, and reporting dates as they relate to course outcomes, program outcomes, general education outcomes, and developmental program outcomes. Actively participates in setting annual division goals and objectives, completing OIR reporting forms, collecting data, analyzing data, and preparing a report using guidelines established by OIR.
SPECIFIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Assist the LA Division with overall ASL Program review and assessment
Assist the LA Division with ASL course offerings and scheduling each semester
Assist the LA Division with ASL Program textbook review and selection
Assist the LA Division with Adjunct Faculty recruitment, assessment, development, and retention
Assist the LA division with marketing and promotion efforts for the ASL program to encourage an increase in community and student enrollment
Participate in applicable events sponsored by the NJ Division of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing or other applicable orgnaizations as a means of networking within the Deaf, Hard of Hearing and Late Deafened Communities or larger local community to promote the program.
Other duties as assigned.
Bachelor’s Degree in related field required.
Master’s Degree in Education, Rehabilitation, Social Work, Deaf Education or other related field preferred
Five years experience administering a program for individuals with hearing loss and/or working with consumers with hearing loss.
Experience teaching at the college level in an ASL program and knowledge.
Knowledge of ASL programming and curriculum at RCBC and other applicable institutions.
Fluent in American Sign Language.
Ability to effectively communicate with non-signing individuals who have a hearing loss.
Excellent report writing skills and communication skills.
Knowledge of Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act and any additional federal, state, county compliance requirements as they relate to RCBC’s ASL program.
Excellent organizational skills.
Excellent budget management skills.
Excellent knowledge of deaf culture and issues related to hard of hearing.
Ability to work well with people.
Internal Number: Vf106
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