Veteran Military Rotc Research And Liaison Director Jobs Vacancy in College Charleston Charleston
- Veteran Military Rotc Research And Liaison Director
- College Charleston
- Charleston SC
- 15 Nov, 2018 30+ days ago
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Veteran Military Rotc Research And Liaison Director Jobs Vacancy in College Charleston Charleston Jobs Details:
The VRL Director will create a strategic plan to increase the recruitment and retention of Veteran/Active duty/Reservist/ROTC students at the College of Charleston. Manages and directs recruitment programs for the College of Charleston by implementing strategic plan to recruit military and veteran students, and serving as its admissions liaison with students, dependents and other stakeholders. This includes Veterans, Active Duty Military, Reservists and National Guard, Dependents and ROTC students. Also works collaboratively with Office of Veteran and Military Students Services, Main Campus and North Campus to successfully retain veteran/military students. The VRL Director will work with department chairs, deans, and Director of the Transfer Resource Center to develop and direct a credit for military training program; and developing a comprehensive plan for serving the needs of active duty students.
The VRL will create and direct partnerships, and identify new partners as part of the veteran student pipeline. The Veteran Recruiter/Liaison Director (VRL) will develop and direct a sustainable pipeline of veteran students by identifying, recruiting, and onboarding qualified veteran students and their dependents in Certificate in Sustainable Food Systems program. Duties will include program content development, supervision of at least 30 veteran students in the program, planning qualitative and quantitative research, and presenting and publishing findings. The director will also develop academic content for an education program surrounding military/veterans at the post-secondary level. The VRL will also direct grant writing efforts to ensure sustainability of current and future programs.
Bachelor’s degree and 3+ years relevant program experience is required. Master’s degree in related field is preferred.
Candidates with an equivalent combination of experience and/or education are encouraged to apply.
A background in qualitative and quantitative research and research dissemination. Program development and educational content development. Ability to network with on campus and off campus partners. Knowledge of grant writing.
Thorough knowledge of veteran/military affairs including state and federal laws which impact VA funding. Knowledge of admissions requirements, credit evaluation processes, enrollment procedures, and curricula program offerings at the College. Knowledge of human relations and personnel practices. Ability to work well with individuals with diverse backgrounds. Receives inbound calls, and makes outbound calls, to book appointment with potential students, inviting prospective students to tour the campus. Conducts student interviews and motivates students to see the benefits of a College of Charleston education by matching their education desires with the appropriate academic program. Knowledge of Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Office Suite and database management.
Ability to complete administrative work and communicate with students prior to beginning classes to coach them through the initial weeks of classes and address potential concerns. Ability to maintain a high level of productivity to meet and exceed established Admissions goals.
May require travel to veteran/military job and education fairs, meetings with external partners, high schools and 2 year schools.
- Salary is commensurate with education/experience which exceeds the minimum requirements.
Offers of employment are contingent upon a successful background check.
All applications must be submitted online
The College of Charleston is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any individual or group on the basis of gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, race, color, religion, national origin, veteran status, genetic information, or disability.
Develops and implements a strategic plan to recruit military and veteran students to College of Charleston, this includes ROTC students in high school and on campus. Represents and appropriately markets the college at conventions, job fairs, education fairs, military bases, community colleges, and other venues. Travels to regional sites to establish and maintain recruitment efforts. Tracks and analyzes effectiveness of marketing and recruitment initiatives and admission activities. Develops research to identify additional ways to reach target group and referral resources. Manages relationships with external stakeholders such as Leadership Scholar Program for US Marine Corps, Educational Services Specialists for the Air Force, and not-for-profit veteran organizations.
Oversees program assessment efforts and provides reports for utilization in institutional goals and planning efforts. Designs, develops and administers policies, procedures and guidelines for Student Life units. Assesses current program efforts and recommends future actions to meet enrollment goals. Evaluates the success of the Certificate in Sustainable Food Systems program using multiple methods and multiple sources of data. Oversees the creation and distribution of surveys to understand student experience. Plans, implements, and maintains data collection and analysis systems in support of research protocol; coordinates the collection and analysis of research data. Supports the efforts of investigators and researchers who are interested in educational outcomes of veteran and military students. Compiles and presents research to administrators, faculty and staff; presents findings to Boeing and at appropriate conferences. Publishes findings in popular press and academic publications. Researches and completes grant applications to maintain sustainability of current and future programs.
Supervises and advise veteran students participating in the Certificate in Sustainable Food Systems program. Initiate and build partnerships with employers to develop student opportunities for experiential endeavors locally, state-wide, nationally and internationally. Regularly completes on-site visits with students during their internship training. Develops strong relationships with program partners and co-directs certificate program. Assist students with steps necessary to launch small business in agriculture, food processing or related field; help secure full time employment as a food systems leader or working in agriculture, food processing, or a related field. Assists students in starting or continuing their undergraduate or graduate education. Develops and maintains relationships with other universities with similar veteran training programs.
Plans and directs training and education of on campus partners. Responsible for continual professional development related to recruiting and retaining veteran/military students.
Develops and directs plan to gain college credit for prior learning by veteran and military applicants. Also develops veteran-student specific on campus training programs working with invested partners (faculty and staff)