Career Coach-Lincoln County

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Gaston College is seeking applicants for a Career Coach-Lincoln County opening. SUMMARY OPEN UNTIL FILLED - Review of applications will begin 12/12/22 Annual Salary: $47,320.00 The Career Coach is an employee of Gaston College and is hosted by a designated public high school in a cooperative agreement between Gaston College and Lincoln County Schools. The primary responsibility is to assist high school students in determining career goals and identifying community college programs that would enable students to achieve these goals. Provide academic advising, career guidance, and academic support services to students by collecting, organizing, and analyzing information. Participate in College programs, activities, and committees which are designed to promote academic success. The Career Coach reports directly to the Dean of College Now. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Serve as an effective advisor for students in designated high schools and provide assistance in determining career goals and identifying community college programs that would enable students to achieve these goals. Remain current in the knowledge of career opportunities, required education and/or training, and the utilization of pedagogical materials and technologies to enhance the career advising process. Participate in College and high school programs, activities, and committees that are designed to promote academic success. Represent the College and the school system in the community and serve on assigned or elected committees and organizations. Guide students in researching transfer, career, and financial options. Make referrals to counselors, other agencies, and student employment services as needed. Maintain contact with senior institutions to provide current transfer information to students, school counselors, parents, and high school faculty. Provide information and answers to student questions about the application and transfer processes to four-year institutions. Provide career information to students on future job trends, type of training and education required for a specific job, where to obtain specific training and education, salary information, employment outlook, and working conditions. Behave in a professional manner that promotes collaboration,
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Gaston College is seeking applicants for a Career Coach-Lincoln County opening. SUMMARY OPEN UNTIL FILLED - Review of applications will begin 12/12/22 Annual Salary: $47,320.00 The Career Coach is an employee of Gaston College and is hosted by a designated public high school in a cooperative agreement between Gaston College and Lincoln County Schools. The primary responsibility is to assist high school students in determining career goals and identifying community college programs that would enable students to achieve these goals. Provide academic advising, career guidance, and academic support services to students by collecting, organizing, and analyzing information. Participate in College programs, activities, and committees which are designed to promote academic success. The Career Coach reports directly to the Dean of College Now. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Serve as an effective advisor for students in designated high schools and provide assistance in determining career goals and identifying community college programs that would enable students to achieve these goals. Remain current in the knowledge of career opportunities, required education and/or training, and the utilization of pedagogical materials and technologies to enhance the career advising process. Participate in College and high school programs, activities, and committees that are designed to promote academic success. Represent the College and the school system in the community and serve on assigned or elected committees and organizations. Guide students in researching transfer, career, and financial options. Make referrals to counselors, other agencies, and student employment services as needed. Maintain contact with senior institutions to provide current transfer information to students, school counselors, parents, and high school faculty. Provide information and answers to student questions about the application and transfer processes to four-year institutions. Provide career information to students on future job trends, type of training and education required for a specific job, where to obtain specific training and education, salary information, employment outlook, and working conditions. Behave in a professional manner that promotes collaboration,
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Subcategoría: Otros empleos ›
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