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Subject:

NY Position Openings

From:

Charles Grefer <[log in to unmask]>

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Open Forum for Learning Assistance Professionals <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Tue, 3 Apr 2001 11:03:01 -0400

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Here a couple of position openings.  Please feel free to visit us on the
web @ www.sunyorange.edu.  I'm updating the Counseling Ctr. Web Page, so
please excuse our temporary absence on the web site,

Ciao,
Charlie



Title: VICE PRESIDENT FOR ADMINISTRATION

Full-time, Permanent Position

Starting Date: ASAP

Cabinet Level Position

Rank and/or Salary Range: Minimum Mid 70's

Duties in Brief: The Vice President for Administration is responsible
for the administrative and financial affairs
of the College. This includes overseeing the following functions: Human
Resources, Facilities, Business Office,
Bursar, Purchasing, Computer Services, Institutional Research and
Technical Services. The Vice President for
Administration is also responsible for representing the college at labor
negotiations and serves as the liaison to
the College Association. Serves as a member of the Cabinet and
participates in the formulation of long-range
plans, is responsible for the preparation of the annual operating
budget, and utilization of new and/or
improvement of existing facilities.

Qualifications:

Required: Masters Degree with ten (10) years of administrative
responsibilities related to finance, personnel,
and/or general administration in areas of college operation, business
and/or industry, five years of which at the
senior management level OR Bachelor's Degree with fifteen (15) years of
required experience, seven of which
at the senior management level.

Preferred: Above Required. Doctoral Degree. Community College
administrative experience.

Timeline for applying: Review of applications will begin on February 5,
2001 and will continue until position is
filled.

PLEASE SEND COVER LETTER, RESUME and the name, address and telephone
number of three (3)
references to: Wendy Holmes, Affirmative Action Officer, Orange County
Community College, 115 South
Street, Middletown, NY 10940

An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action College



PROFESSIONAL VACANCY   SEARCH RE-OPENED


Date February 28, 2001
Title: Coordinator of Student Success and Retention
Full-time, Permanent Position
Starting Date: ASAP

Rank and/or Staff & Chair - Grade II
Salary Range:  $40's

Duties in Brief: The Student Success Center is a self-help facility that
links all areas of the Student Development Division to
electronic student services: Internet and software-based components of
information useful to students in their academic, career
and life planning. The Coordinator's responsibilities are as follows:
Supervise this new facility, assist students in groups and/or
individually, ensure the continuing growth of the SSC, keep current with
emerging technological applications useful to students,
keep current with best practices in the area of retention, initiate
programs and services that support retention, collaborate with
Student Development Division units to promote and enhance connections to
the SSC, assist in marketing the SSC to various
constituencies, and assist units of our Division in establishing and/or
improving websites and in identifying helpful software
options.


Qualifications:
Ability to effectively link strong interpersonal helping skills with
comprehensive knowledge of technology in Student Affairs.
Commitment to helping students succeed, and creatively in helping them
garner the tools with which to do so. Ability to work
collaboratively with a wide variety of campus constituencies and to
build strong working relationships.

Required: Bachelor's Degree, and studies towards a Master's Degree.
Three (3) years experience in Student Affairs work in a
college setting. Knowledge of technology applications in Student
Affairs.



PROFESSIONAL VACANCY

  SEARCH RE-OPENED February 18, 2001

  Title: Retention Counselor

  Title IV Student Support Services Program

  Full-time, Grant Funded

  Starting Date: As soon as Possible

  Rank and/or Salary Range:  $30's

  Duties in Brief: This position reports to the Coordinator of Title IV.

  Responsibilities include counseling low income, first generation and
  disabled population. Provide academic advisement and personal,
  career and financial counseling. Provide student support and promote
  academic success, retention and graduation rates of program
  students. Monitor student progress and maintain regular contact with
  students throughout the year. Keep accurate records. Attend program
  conferences as mandated by U.S. Department of Education.
  Coordinate the cultural enrichment portion of the program. Position
  requires evenings and occasional weekend work.

  Qualifications: Experience in community college in the area of student

  support. Ability to work with special needs population. Ability to
  manage multiple tasks and projects simultaneously. Experience with
  record keeping and case management. Ability to work with program
  director in promoting goals.

  Required: Master's degree in educational counseling, psychology or
  social work, or related field. Minimum of two years counseling
  experience.

  Preferred: Experience in providing counseling and academic
  advisement to college students; basic computer skills; familiarity
with
  grant-funded programs and teaching experience.

  Deadline for Applying: March 19, 2001

  PLEASE SEND COVER LETTER, RESUME, and the name, address
  and telephone number of three (3) references to: Wendy Holmes,
  Affirmative Action Officer Orange County Community College, 115
  South Street, Middletown, NY 10940 An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative
  Action College





  PROFESSIONAL VACANCY


  February 4, 2001
  Title: Career Specialist(s)
  Starting Date: ASAP

  Rank and/or Full-Time Grant Funded
  Salary Range: $27,000

  Duties in Brief: Plan, coordinate and supervise the activities of an
  assigned segment of the population enrolled in activities provided
  through the Workforce Development Act. The essential nature of the
  work is to assist program participants through the modification of
  individual service strategies and the provision of vocational
guidance.
  The Career Specialist is also responsible for the referral of service
  consumers to employment and/or appropriate related supportive
  services. Work is performed under the general supervision of the
  Welfare to Work Coordinator with leeway granted for independently
  carrying out job objectives.

  Required: Associate's Degree or completion of 60 credits and one
  (1) year of experience working in job training, placement, or
  employability development programs, OR 3 years equivalent.

  Preferred: Above required and knowledge of workforce development
  programs, policies and procedures.

  Deadline for Applying: March 5, 2001

  PLEASE SEND COVER LETTER, RÉSUMÉ and the name, address
  and telephone number of three (3) references to:
  Wendy Holmes, Affirmative Action Officer,Orange County Community
  College, 115 South Street, Middletown, NY 10940 AA/EOE




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