Monroe Community College Bilingual Coordinator II, Science and Technology Entry Program in Rochester, New York
Location: Rochester, NY Category: Grant Positions Posted On: Mon Jun 6 2022 Job Description:
Function of Position:
The MCC Science and Technology Entry Program (STEP) serves students at local middle and high schools. The Program Coordinator, in collaboration with the school, faculty, and staff, is responsible for providing, organizing and implementing services and activities related to STEP at participating schools. The Coordinator reports directly to the Project Director for CSTEP/STEP at MCC. Essential duties include recruitment, outreach, networking, planning and implementation, data collection and tracking, advisement, and essential communication duties.
Assist the Project Director with the following NYSED Requirements:
STEP Advisory Committee
Staff professional development and performance appraisals
Tracking expenditures and other budgetary responsibilities
Organizing enrichment opportunities for students
Overseeing student experiences and records for compliance
Assist with data collection, report and grant writing
Oversee and monitor the recruitment and retention of student participants,
Oversee and assist with the direct services provided to students
Coordinate program-wide activities, including Summer Bridge, internships, conferences, field trips, Saturday College, and tutoring.
Serve as STEP Liaison to school administrators, teachers and counselors.
Serve as a resource to STEP Advisors
Travel with, transport, or help chaperone STEP students on field trips, conferences and college tours
Help facilitate Leadership Development
Supervise Tutors and Enrichment Educators
Coordinate the high school to college activities
Lead the program in the absence of the C/STEP Project Director
Assessment of services and program activities
Represent MCC and MCC STEP in a positive manner at the Middle/High Schools
Attend local, regional and state STEP conferences and meetings
Foster current and new networking opportunities that can benefit students in STEP
Collaborate with College departments for joint programming
Perform other duties and responsibilities assigned by the CSTEP/STEP Project Director
Adheres to the College Code of Conduct.
Contributes to, supports, and maintains an equitable, inclusive, and collaborative College environment.
Maintains technological competencies utilized by the College.
Commits to the philosophy of a comprehensive community college.
Commits to professional growth. which includes seeking ongoing training in diversity, equity and inclusion to better serve students.
Earned bachelor's degree or higher in Education, STEM discipline, or related field from a regionally-accredited higher education institution
Staff supervisory experience
Knowledge of the STEM disciplines
Minimum of three years teaching in middle or high schools
Demonstrated success with and commitment to supportive and inclusive environment, including infusing diversity and inclusion in student activities
Proven successful advisement and mentoring experience
Experience with developing and implementing curriculum
Proven ability to work effectively independently and within a team to reach desired outcomes
Experience and knowledge with community outreach and partnerships
Ability to work some Saturdays and evenings
Ability to travel locally on a regular basis
Ability to chaperone and/or transport STEP students traveling to regional state and national field trips, including conferences and college tours
Have a valid NYS Driver's license
Ability to pass the NYS Fingerprinting Clearance
Commitment to STEP philosophy: Committed to student empowerment and academic achievement, STEP staff and participants go beyond the ordinary to get extraordinary results.
Earned master's degree in Education, Counseling, STEM or related field from a regionally-accredited higher education institution
Minimum of two years' experience in a supervisory position
Experience working with community organizations and external partners.
Experience working in a STEM field/licensed profession or on a STEM related project.
Five years' experience working with middle and/or high school students in educational environments
MCC is currently testing a Pilot Telecommuting Program that runs from October 25th, 2021 to August 31st, 2022. Under the pilot program, this position may be eligible for remote work up to 5 days per pay period pending departmental need and leadership approval. The pilot program may be extended or terminated at any time at the College's discretion.
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