College Credit Plus Coordinator

Sinclair Community College - Dayton, OH (30+ days ago)4.3

The College Credit Plus (CCP) Coordinator position is a critical position in support of the state’s College Credit Plus Program, focused on providing students in grade 7-12 the ability to earn high school and college credit simultaneously. The CCP Coordinator will serve as the liaison between students/families, school districts, and Sinclair departments to ensure there are seamless processes centered around: student application/registration, faculty credentialing, course offerings, and reporting. All public Institutions of Higher Education are required to participate in College Credit Plus and this position is a critical position to support Sinclair’s alignment with the state.

Principal Accountabilities
  • Provide support to school districts as they plan their offerings for College Credit Plus across one of the offered modalities and ensure the processes are seamless and complete
  • Assist students and families with the application, orientation/registration and advising processes to participate in College Credit Plus. This requires the utilization of the CRM system and Sinclair Student Information System.
  • Report pertinent information and issues to College Credit Plus Director on school district enrollment/issues and student activities
  • Provide information on College Credit Plus to school districts and parents in the form of presentations, face-to-face meetings, and promotional materials.
  • Assist in the development of College Credit Plus processes/systems and promotional materials
  • Interface with Sinclair staff, such as Faculty/Chairs, Advising, Human Resources, and Registration & Student Records as it relates to College Credit Plus
  • Assist the Director with other responsibilities as assigned

  • Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree in counseling, student personnel/student affairs, communication, etc. preferred
  • Minimum of 3 years of work experience in admissions, sales, recruiting, school counseling, or related field required
  • Prior work experience related to working with and advising high school aged students preferred
  • Professional communication skills to include but not limited to written and verbal required
  • Demonstrated high level customer service skills required
  • Demonstrated understanding of the student enrollment process and the academic, career, and social needs of students entering higher education required
  • Effective utilization of technology to support students, create reports, and track student progress required
  • Ability to organize, prioritize, and accomplish multiple tasks simultaneously required
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality and ethical work practices required
  • A valid driver license or the ability to provide transportation at a moment’s notice to surrounding areas, campuses, and other locations of travel for work purposes required
  • Ability to work a flexible schedule as needed to include evenings or weekends required