Men Of Excellence Program Coach

South Piedmont Community College Monroe , NC 28110

Posted 3 months ago

Job Description:

The Men of Excellence Program Coach is a part-time, grant funded position located on both the Old Charlotte Highway Campus in Monroe, NC and L. L. Polk Campus in Polkton, NC.

Under the direction of the grant program coordinator, the Men of Excellence Program Coach will provide coaching and implementation of grant activities associated with the institutions Minority Male Success Initiative grant for the 2018-2019 academic year. The Men of Excellence program is committed to helping men of color persist, graduate, and transfer to four-year colleges and universities. This position requires travel to campuses in both Anson and Union Counties.

This is temporary part-time grant funded position limited to a maximum of 25 hours a week. Position continuance is subject to the availability of funds.

Job Duties

Mentor and coach program participants on college readiness skills.

Maintain accurate case notes and documentation for program reporting.

Connect student with college resources pertinent for success.

Actively recruit eligible program participants from the general college population.

Assist in workshop facilitation as requested.

Make appropriate referrals to counseling department.

Assist with project and event coordination as needed.

Maintain appropriate paperwork for payroll.

Maintain confidentiality of learners.

Complete other duties as assigned.

Required Qualifications

Associate degree required

Proficiency using Microsoft Office Word, Excel, and Email

Effective written and oral communication skills

Preferred Qualifications

Bachelors degree preferred

Customer service experience

Peer mentoring, coaching, or academic advising experience

Experience working with at-risk, diverse, or special populations

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