Coordinates student orientation, testing, registration, veteran affairs, academic advising and counseling for West campus.
Directs and supervises the Student Affairs staff.Directs and supervises all student activities and serves as Student Government Sponsor if this activity is not assigned to an advisor.Serves as a member of the Council on Student Development, recommends agenda items to the Dean of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management, and takes necessary follow-up action on Council recommendations.Makes recommendations for the employment of personnel to the Dean of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management.Coordinates activities and office personnel coverage with the Dean of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management.Prepares the annual evaluations of persons supervised.Assures the following student services are carried out efficiently and effectivelyOrientationAcademic advisingTestingCareer developmentStudent recruitmentPlacementStudent information disseminationResolves apparent and referred conflicts and problems on student status and records, and on student discipline and complaints when possible, and refers them to the appropriate Dean as needed.Carries out administrative processes in areas of responsibility.Recommends approval of Student Organization Charter requests to the Associate Dean of Student Activities.Recommends proposed budgets for areas of responsibility to the Dean of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management.Coordinates faculty involvement in the areas of recruitment and retention of students with the Dean of each Academic Division.Serves as liaison person with public schools, community/junior and senior colleges.Provides academic, vocational and personal counseling to students.Coordinates and recommends students for PHSC and transfer scholarships to the Dean of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management.Assists in implementing the College Equity Plan.Represents and acts for the Dean of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management in his or her absence.Performs other duties as assigned.
Master's Degree from regionally accredited institution in Counseling or related field.
Doctoral Degree from regionally accredited institution.
Two (2) years of counseling in a postsecondary institution.