Coordinator, Military Credit
The Military Credit Coordinator (MCC) will create, develop, and document
Military Transcript Evaluation Process; standardize the pre-approved military
credits identified to be automatically applied to a students record,
collaborate with internal and external stakeholders efficiently and
consistently; participate in Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) quarterly
conference calls and meetings, develop Articulation Agreements specific to the
grant, develop and implement training for relevant staff, draft a handbook
that is accessible to all key stakeholders, and ensure that the program is
sustainable by the end of the grant award period.
Note: This position is grant funded and continuation is contingent upon
Work to ensure that official military transcript documents are properly
reviewed during the admission phase, and the transfer credits are properly
input into the university system to facilitate proper degree audit
function for students and advisors.
Create and develop a handbook to include documentation of approvals, the
training process, the College Credit for Heroes (CCH) articulation
process, how relevant data will be collected, stored and reported, and the
CCH Program Continuity Plan.
Oversee the grant and prepare all written reports, including the annual
reporting, and other correspondence with TWC.
Collaborate with staff from TWC, other CCH colleges, and other
stakeholders with the university to collectively develop standard
processes for building and maintaining connections with military
educational entities to promote this program. This may require local and
some state travel in said collaborations.
Work collaboratively with the appropriate Deans, Associate Deans, and
Program Chairs whose programs were identified to utilize the chosen
Military Credits to review military training titles and descriptions for
potential UHCL equivalency or transfer credit.
Design and coordinate the publication of grant marketing materials, both
electronic and print.
Check-in weekly in the first 6 months, and bi-weekly thereafter, with the
Director of Transfer Advising to provide updates on collaboration efforts,
drafting of the manual and all project specific to the grant. and perform
other related duties as assigned.
Minimum two years of experience in recruitment, managing a budget, program development, and leading a major project.
Working knowledge of cultural awareness, counseling, advising, and student development theories.
Knowledge of higher education recruitment, admissions and advising.
Knowledge of student engagement and case management including reading and interpreting reports and data.
Skilled in the use of Microsoft Office products, specifically Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
Skilled in the use of PeopleSoft and EAB/Navigate.
Ability to use social media.
Must be able to organize and prioritize work, collaborate with others, and be an active and engaged team member.
Must have excellent oral/written communication skills with a strong attention to detail, as well as excellent interpersonal skills.
Must have critical thinking and listening skills as well as the ability to problem solve and be flexible as needed.
Bachelor's degree in Education, Business, Psychology, Behavioral Sciences or
Three years of experience working with grants.
Experience working in the following areas: veteran student populations,
evaluation of credits, Veteran Services Office, Academic Advising, Counseling,
Student Services, Student retention, Fiscal and Data management.
Required Attachments by Candidate: Resume, Cover Letter/Letter of Application,
Notes to Applicant:
This is a full-time, grant funded position. Funding for this benefits-eligible
position will be continued contingent on funding. Criminal and motor
background checks required. To apply, please complete the online application
and attach a resume, cover letter and transcripts. Applications without the
required documents will be considered incomplete and disqualified.
Salary: $54,934 - $60,428 per year
: C0155 Academic Transfer Advising
: Aug 25, 2023, 1:45:22 AM