Midland College
    Job Description
    Position Status Full Time
    Classification Title Coordinator-12 m
    Work Location ATC-3200 W. Cuthbert, Midland, TX
    Job Summary

    Develop, coordinate and oversee open enrollment programs and seminars in the Workforce Continuing Education Department.

    Required Qualifications

    Associate’s degree or equivalent (60 college credit hours)

    Two years of closely related experience

    Knowledge of computer software applications (Office Suite), web page, large databases, and graphical software

    Strong written and verbal communication skills

    Computer literacy

    Public relations and program development skills

    Preferred Qualifications

    Bachelor’s degree

    Community college experience

    Essential Functions

    Oversee programs to include electrical, soft skill/leadership, concurrent, and new programs

    Oversee mandatory training for instructors and student advisory committee

    Assist in the development and implementation of programs

    Assist with the development of the Continuing Education schedule, web page, brochures, email, and newspaper advertising

    Assess and provide feedback on training needs of the potential customers to assist them in making good learning decisions

    Assist with the development and coordination of an updated marketing strategy and marketing materials for the Workforce Continuing Education department

    Assist the Director in developing and implementing new non-credit programs

    Develop and provide monthly reports of net revenue generation for all classes developed to include necessary records, reports and evaluations

    Review student evaluations of the course and instructor

    Oversee the maintenance of appropriate course files

    Serve on and perform duties with college-wide committees as requested.

    Advise and assess students for best course or program for the student’s needs

    Work with individuals, businesses, and community organizations in determining educational needs and implementing those course needs by creating applicable non-credit courses to the public

    Work with external entities, such as Midland Fire Department and the Regional Planning Commission, to determine educational needs and prepare appropriate training agreements

    Oversee the consistency and excellence of all instructional materials, activities, and standards within the Workforce Continuing Education department

    Obtain approval from state boards and governing agencies for mandatory continuing education for the professional workforce

    Monitor the use of equipment and other resources dedicated for programs

    Assist with courses appropriate for full time Midland College employees, to include tracking and course development

    Assist with the yearly inventory for the Workforce Continuing Education Department

    Other duties as assigned

    Physical Demands

    Ability to sit or stand for long periods of time

    Repetitive use of a keyboard at a workstation

    Lifting and moving up to 30 pounds to include tables and chairs for class set ups

    Use of manual dexterity

    Office setting

    Some travel out of town for continuing education conferences

    Min Salary $2,979.17 per month
    Max Salary $3,100.00 per month
    Pay Statement Salary is commensurate with educational qualifications and experience.
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