Lurleen B. Wallace Community College Greenville Campus Coordinator for Student Support Services in Greenville, Alabama

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POSITION TITLE: Greenville Campus Coordinator for Student Support Services


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RESPONSIBLE TO: Director of Student Support Services


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FUNCTION STATEMENT: The Greenville Campus Coordinator for Student Support Services is responsible for the overall coordination and management of the campus components of the program.


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ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: The Greenville Campus Coordinator for Student Support Services requires the following essential job functions: communicate orally; communicate in writing; read and interpret; communicate with auditory skills; visual ability; manual dexterity; exhibit emotional control and stability; stress management and coping ability; demonstrate knowledge of the English language including grammar, word usage, syntax, and sentence structure; operate a motor vehicle; sit for extended periods of time; stand for extended periods of time; capable of mobility; bend; kneel; reach; utilize telephone system; possess basic mathematical skills; operate standard business office machines (e.g. computer, copier, fax machine, calculator, scanner, etc.).


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MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: A Master's Degree in Counseling, Education, or related field.


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REQUIRED SKILLS: Ability to design, manage, and implement Student Support Services program components; ability to effectively use computers; ability to communicate effectively; ability to multi-task, meet schedules, and accommodate change. Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, and Power Point required.


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EXPERIENCE: A minimum of three (3) years of experience working with disadvantaged students is required. Work experience in a federal TRIO program is preferred. Work experience in an institution of higher education is preferred.


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DUTIES AND RESPONSIBLITIES:


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1.''''' Manage program staff and daily operations of the program on the Greenville Campus.


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