The Research Foundation at SUNY Cortland is seeking candidates for a part-time (30 hrs. per week) Program Coordinators for SUNY's Liberty Partnerships Program (LPP) located at Groton Central School. The Program Coordinator will collaborate with the partner school personnel, SUNY Cortland, and the LPP program director for the development, implementation and evaluation of instructional programs and services to maximize opportunities for successful completion of high school for identified students grades 6-12. Program Coordinators work from September through June and 1 week of summer programming.
-Work in collaboration with the partner school personnel, SUNY Cortland and the LPP program director. -Implement programs and services with adherence to New York State learning standards. -Student assessment. -Working with achievement data. -Assist in student college and career exploration. -Provide monthly enrichment activities for program students. -Communicate with parents/guardians on an ongoing basis. -Maintain all records and student files on site in the partnering school districts as assigned. -Manage cases effectively, timely and thoroughly, aligning with LPP standards and New York State Department of Education reporting requirements. -Strategic tutoring and academic counseling. -Ongoing recruitment for the partner school program. -Planning and development of LPP summer programs.
To be successful the program coordinator will have the following:
Effective interpersonal skills
Effective communication skills
Computer skills, Microsoft Word, Excel and emailing functions
Ability to build positive working relationships
Ability to be flexible and be able to balance a number of tasks concurrently
Strong attention to detail
Provide one week of summer programming
-A Bachelor's degree with demonstrated work experience in an educational environment, including teaching, mentoring, counseling, social work and planning and assessment.
Current New York State certification in Adolescence Education Grades 7-12, school counseling, or possess a Master's degree in education, school counseling and/or social work.
SUNY Cortland is one of 64 campuses in the State University of New York system. The State University of New York is a quality public university that combines world-renowned faculty, dedicated staff, and a truly diverse body of talented students to pursue its mission in every corner of the state: "to learn, to search, to serve."