TITLE: Evening Campus Coordinator
EXEMPT STATUS: Non-exempt
NATURE AND SCOPE OF WORK:
Under the Executive Dean or Manager/Campus Operations, coordinates the overall operation of a campus on evenings/Saturdays to assist students, community, staff and faculty populations. Requires excellent analytical and problem-solving skills. Must be able to direct the work of others. Listens and responds to the needs of students, advises on how to solve a problem. Interpersonal contacts include executive dean, division dean, manager/campus operations, department chairs, program directors, and faculty members, students, staff and public.
- Provides a principal point of contact and coordinates with various campus and district offices in the event of evening emergency situations and facilitates the use of campus facilities during the evenings and on weekends.
- Advises and assists PCC students with varied instructional and personal needs.
- Provides a liaison between deans, department chairs, staff and students to facilitate the evening and weekend operations.
- Manages projects as directed by the Executive Dean/Manager/Campus Operations.
- Serves as ombudsperson with campus departments for conflict resolution and problem solving.
- May produce reports on activities, including a weekly campus newsletter.
- Assists in the gathering of faculty evaluation materials for evaluation of part time faculty.
- Directs the work of staff who may be assigned to do work on weekends or evenings.
- Performs other related duties as assigned.
Regular evening shift with occasional exposure to inclement weather. Work pressures, disturbances of work flow, and/or irregularities in work schedule are expected and occur on an intermittent basis.
Light physical effort is part of the regular work routine, such as walking, standing, lifting materials and equipment.
Associate's degree or equivalent required. Experience performing the duties of the job may substitute for the college level course work on a year-for-year basis.
Two years experience in administrative support which has involved public relations, problem/conflict resolution, decision making and emergency response skills is required. A good understanding of campus operations and the admissions/registration process required. Must have excellent oral and written communication skills. Entry level typing skills with word processing experience also required.