Dana Keating Student Success Center & Testing Coordinator

Description

Part-time, 20 hours per week position with additional teaching assignment.  This position is responsible for the overall supervision of the Dana Keating Student Success Center and management of testing services.  Must be highly motivated, well organized, detail oriented, positive thinking, customer service oriented, and relate well to the general public.  Provide quality service to students and to the public while maintaining confidentiality. The ability to multi-task with attention to detail is also required with excellent communications skills (oral and written).  Supervise the operation and schedule of the Dana Keating Student Success Center and assigned employees. Coordinate and administer the placement testing on-campus and assist at off-campus sites when needed.  Work cooperatively with the various instructional units in the coordination and administration of various testing programs.  Serve as the instructor of record and monitor the READ 101, MATH 101, and WRIT 101 computer based modules located in the Dana Keating Student Success Center.  Oversee the coordination and scheduling of student tutors, professional tutors, and other tutoring services.  Provide direct tutoring services in area of qualification.  Coordinate the scheduling of the Testing Center and administer the Nursing TEAS test, HOAE test, Work Keys test, CLEP test, CNA test, and other tests as needed or assigned.  Attend necessary training sessions and professional conferences.  Maintain/schedule evening office hours (on an as-needed basis) for testing and follow-up with students when needed.  Enter placement test scores into the College’s student information system.  Conduct assessment activities to assess the services of the Dana Keating Student Success Center and Testing Services.  Assist in the program review process for the Dana Keating Student Success Center and Testing Services.

Qualifications

Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s preferred in education and/or teaching discipline with community college experience preferred.  To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Excellent organizational, written and verbal communications, analytical, interpersonal skills, attention to details, and deadlines with excellent follow-up skills are needed to be successful in this position. 

How to Apply

Send cover letter, resume, references, official transcripts and completed application (available at www.sic.edu/jobs) to Human Resources, Southeastern Illinois College, 3575 College Road, Harrisburg, IL 62946.  Open until filled.