Initial salary range of $47,855 to $57,426 depending on education and experience.
Reports to the Vice President for Learning and Student Services.
In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required verification document upon hire.
Valid driver's license.
Ability to perform the following physical requirements of the position with or without a reasonable accommodation: sufficient physical dexterity to use a telephone, computer keyboard and other electronic equipment. Critical sensory requirements include general vision (corrected to 20/20), hear and listen in the normal range (corrected), and speak and give general directions clearly.
- Five years teaching experience at post-secondary level.
- Five years’ experience grant writing and management experience.
- Knowledge of Carl Perkins Grants.
- Computer, organizational and interpersonal communications skills.
- Master’s Degree and/or 18 graduate hours in a specific content area, and two years teaching experience at post-secondary level.
The Instructional Support Specialist/Carl Perkins Grant Coordinator is the District-Wide Curriculum Coordinator and Carl Perkins Grant Coordinator.
- Positively supports and promotes college mission, governing board, president, administrators, faculty, staff, students and communities.
- Meets with faculty and administration to confer and provide information on curriculum requirements.
- Coordinates curriculum in internal and external systems.
- Reviews all curriculum submitted by faculty, department chairs and deans.
- Serves on the Instructional Council in an advisory capacity.
- Writes and manages the Carl Perkins Grant, along with ensuring compliance with all related Federal and State Regulations and College policies to meet due diligence requirements of Carl Perkins Grants.
- Devises and shares grant cycle timelines and facilitate interdepartmental meetings to share timing of decisions, distribution of funding and changes to the grant requirements.
- Collaborates with departments receiving grant monies to assure meeting grant objectives and prepare future proposals.
- Maintains data entry where appropriate; assist in audit and monitoring preparation.
- Helps develop and follow the system for tracking purchases, from ordering, to delivery, logging expenditures, and tagging inventory by item, department and location.
- Implements, leads and/or attends all grant related activities and meetings.
- Liaison with Arizona Department of Education, the College, and programs internal to the College.
- Performs other duties as assigned.