ACT 101 Counselor - Part-Time - Marple Campus
Basic InformationJob posting active from: Tue, 2012-12-18 - Fri, 2013-01-11
Job Type: Faculty
Hour Type: Part-Time
Hours: 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Monday through Friday (ability to work flexible hours when necessary).
Immediate Supervisor: Director, ACT 101
Application Materials: The College strongly encourages applications from members of traditionally under-represented groups. Interested candidates should apply online at www.dccc.edu or send electronically only (in MS Word or PDF format), a cover letter, complete and current resume and a list of three references (including current immediate supervisor) to Connie L. McCalla, Vice President, Human Resources, Delaware County Community College, 901 South Media Line Road, Media, PA 19063, email@example.com. Application materials must be submitted only as a completed packet and received no later than January 11, 2013. References will not be contacted without the applicant's permission.
RequirementsThe ideal candidate must have a Master's degree in counseling Master’s Degree in Counseling; Two (2) years of counseling experience; Ability to work with economically and educationally underprepared students
Delaware County Community College, a competency-based institution, committed to diversity invites applications for a part-time 12 month/25 hours a week grant-funded ACT 101 Counselor.
The ACT 101 Counselor coordinates counseling of Act 101 students (academic, personal and career counseling) and maintains liaison contact between admissions, faculty, financial aid and the Act 101 Program.
Primary responsibilities include but are not limited to maintaining educational advisement records of all students in the Act 101 Program; students enrolled in current semester, and students who have stopped out or are inactive for the semester; Prepare an Individualized Student Academic Plan (ISAP) for each student; Conduct advisement sessions for Act 101 students during registration periods; Use the student’s academic advisement program CAPP to choose an appropriate and workable course load each semester; Be available to meet with all Act 101 students, by appointment and on a needed basis, at least four times a semester to follow students’ academic progression; While maintaining student records, determine which students need tutoring or remedial instruction and assist them in securing this support; Work with the Tutorial Coordinator to determine student compliance with tutoring sessions; Send Progress Report requests to faculty for all courses in which Act 101 students are enrolled; Meet with students to disclose the results of their progress reports and discuss appropriate academic actions to improve their situation; Maintain contact with students who are not on campus during office hours (evening class, attending other college sites, or presently inactive for the semester); Participate in the recruiting process (review test scores for eligibility and acceptance into the Act 101 Program) and contact potential students to explain summer bridge program requirements and expectations; Prepare and present an orientation for students enrolled in the seven-week Summer Bridge Program; Conduct bi-weekly group sessions during summer bridge program; Administration of various inventories (LASSI, Myers-Briggs and COPS) to determine personality and learning preferences to promote academic success; Perform other duties as assigned.
Effective July 1, 2013, Delaware County Community College will be a smoke-free environment.
DCCC is an equal opportunity employer.