The primary purpose of this position is to oversee and coordinate the development of secondary articulation agreements, ensuring collaboration among secondary program leaders and post-secondary CTE program coordinators, and ensuring the timely and accurate production of articulation activities and documents. This position requires extensive knowledge of the college's CTE programs and curriculum, as well as the secondary CTE programs provided within the college service district. This position is also responsible for management of the articulation database.
Additionally, this position will provide site administration of the Career and Technical Education Management Application (CATEMA) software system, used to track CTE student transition within the college's service area. This position is expected to work as a liaison to CATEMA technicians, to collaborate with secondary and other relevant parties to provide faculty/staff training, and to oversee use of the system.
This position will communicate directly with internal stakeholders (CTE deans, program coordinators, and faculty) as well as external stakeholders at secondary (area high schools and ISDs) and state level to ensure that Mott continues to meet Perkins requirements, state expectations, and local needs for articulation. This position will be responsible for interfacing with relevant State of Michigan databases to update articulation and Program of Study data.
Under the direction of the Manager of Career & Technical Education, this position will also help to administer local Perkins grant funds, particularly through acquisition of instructional equipment, support for advisory committee meetings, and processing of professional development requests.
No supervisory responsibility, however, this position coordinates the daily operation of the department of Career & Technical Education and may provide direction of student employees or temporary support staff.
1. Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration, Education, Public Administration, or related field.
2. Three years of experience working in an academic setting.
3. Integrity and sound judgment in handling confidential information.
4. Demonstrated ability to efficiently organize and manage large amounts of complex information.
5. Detail oriented, well organized, and accurate.
6. Demonstrated work history of providing high quality, strong customer-oriented services, including problem-solving approach, strong listening skills, history of coordinated work efforts with extensive follow-through and follow-up, experience identifying customer needs.
7. Strong analytical, problem-solving, logic, research, and documentation skills.
8. Ability to work successfully in a high stress environment, handling multiple tasks and projects simultaneously. Demonstrated history of on-time delivery of projects, project coordination, and anticipation of issues.
9. Demonstrated ability to succeed in a team-oriented environment; ability to coordinate work-effort with others and work effectively with others in a team setting. Willing to help co-workers; “we” orientation/attitude. Willingness to perform both professional and technical/administrative/clerical tasks.
10. Willing to take accountability for and ownership of work and job operations.
11. Exhibited track record of dependability and reliability.
12. Ability to work successfully in an environment without detailed direction and in the absence of work process documentation; self-motivated.
13. Experience with Microsoft Office suite, particularly Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
14. Strong communication skills.
15. Willingness and ability to work the hours necessary to meet the needs of faculty, staff and students to achieve departmental goals, including work outside of standard office hours and weekends.
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