This position will work in direct relationship with S-STEM students, advising them in their course selection, making educational plans, and assisting them in the potential career and transfer possibilities. This position provides services to S-STEM students alone, but does so in a more intensive way than other advisors provide for larger case loads.
This is a grant-funded position (5 year grant). This position is considered temporary and is part-time for 5 hours per week. There will be some need to work a flex schedule to address the needs of day, evening and weekend students.
Temporary, Part-time, Non-exempt
Education and experience - Master's degree in Counseling or Education preferred, bachelor's degree required. Knowledge and experience working with a student database system preferred. Coursework in counseling and/or career development preferred; background working with faculty and students in a higher educational setting is highly desirable. The individual must be proficient with technology, career related computer resources, specialized vocabulary used in career development and administering and interpreting career interest in inventories. Special preference will be given to those who have experienced challenges similar to those of the S-STEM population.
Skills and abilities - Ability to work with a diverse population of students. Interpersonal skills to guide students in their academic decision-making; excellent organizational and planning skills in dealing with the career and transfer student population; advising and communication skills to deal effectively with students, faculty, staff, coaches, and community leaders; and good computer skills, especially in the use of Microsoft Word, Access, Excel, Internet, and Email.
To apply for this position, complete the on-line employment application. Title of position and requisition number (req. #) must be referenced in application materials. Attach a letter of application, a full resume including all educational qualifications and work experience with clear delineation of full- and part-time employment (length of service, job titles, and duties) and three letters of reference. Materials may also be submitted by email to email@example.com or send to: Human Resources Office, Hagerstown Community College, 11400 Robinwood Drive, Hagerstown, Maryland 21742-6590.
All applications/resumes received by January 12, 2014 are assured full consideration. This position is considered open until filled.
Step 5: Offer Accepted/Position Closed