RESPONSIBILITIES: The incumbent is required to have contacts with school administrators, counselors and key members of community organizations such as corporations, service groups, churches, foundations and local governments. The incumbent is expected to represent the College in a manner which enhances the College’s image in the public.
This position is accountable for contributing to the enrollment goals of the College through effective performance in the following essential functional areas with emphasis on the outreach and student recruitment function:
· Outreach and student recruitment: participating in meetings with high school guidance counselors and administrators, students and community groups and serving as a staff participant at such events as college fairs, job fairs and open house programs; identifying new recruitment venues and initiating contact with community leaders to develop new recruitment events and presenting college information sessions.
· Enrollment administration: reviewing and processing applications for admission including screening documents for completeness; initiating requests for additional information and following-up to accept and register students. Responding to questions from students, composing and preparing correspondence to arrange applicant appointments and to provide general admissions information.
· Admissions advising: meeting with applicants to advise them on appropriate courses and the admissions and registration process.
Under the supervision of the Director of Marketing, the Public Relations Associate supports the college’s strategic marketing plan with writing, editing, media relations, research tasks, public relations initiatives, and positioning strategies. The Public Relations Associate manages, maintains and develops relationships with reporters, writers and representatives of the press in the 22- town service area, government and system contacts as appropriate. The Public Relations Associate is accountable for research, writing and editing informational material to provide for clear and accurate communication with the College’s external and internal audiences. This accountability includes such essential tasks as: collecting information, verifying its accuracy and creating written material appropriate for intended audiences. This may include interviewing sources of news and information and developing informative and interesting articles and written material; collecting written material from other College sources and editing for content, form and grammar and producing articles and information for communications and news publications; preparing complex information materials such as College catalogs and schedules involving the verification of precise and vital data and placing in useful format. The candidate must be well-versed in both print and on-line formats for news, including the ability to manage news content on the website and in social media applications. Applicants must adapt to the changing needs of the population served by the college.
Under the direction of the Bridge to College Director and Bridge to College Program Director, the Teacher Advisor will be responsible for developing and implementing mentoring and tutoring programs for Waterbury Public School students during the school day. Teacher Advisors will be responsible for collaborating with...
GENERAL JOB DESCRIPTION:
The GEAR UP Waterbury Alliance is seeking applicants for Tutor/Mentor positions for the 2014-15 school year to work with 8th and 9th graders in Waterbury Public Schools. Applicants should be available 17 hours/week during the school year. Meetings with students will occur during and after school hours, as well as Saturdays. Weekly supervision will be provided to Tutor/Mentors. Previous work with urban youth is a plus, as is experience working with middle and high school aged students. Reliable transportation is required!
Teach the assigned course in accordance with the published catalog description or other approved syllabus; Preparation related to teaching including the development of an approved course outline and reading list unless these are provided by the college; Advisement of students enrolled in the course in the manner prescribed by the president or his/her designee; Distribute to each student in the course, during the first week of class course outline or overview information as to reading and attendance requirements and an indication of evaluative and grading mechanisms to be utilized, and provide copies of such to the designated college official; Maintenance of accurate records of students enrolled in the course; Compliance with all college policies, procedures, and regulations; Other duties, which are related to this appointment as required by the president or his/her designee or by the Collective Bargaining Agreement, as appropriate.
Teach the assigned course in accordance with the published catalog description or other approved syllabus; Preparation related to teaching including the development of an approved course outline and reading list unless these are provided by the college; Advisement of students enrolled in the course in the manner prescribed by the president or his/her designee...
Master's Degree in nursing or related field, current CT R.N. license. College teaching experience and/or related work experience preferred.
In anticipation of record enrollments we are expanding our applicant pool for part-time instructors of credit and non-credit courses and part time Educational Assistants. Part-time day and evening positions are expected.
Full-time employment applications are included with specific postings.
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Naugatuck Valley Community College is accepting applications for several challenging positions.
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