Program Advisor


DEPARTMENT

Project Pass/Access


POSITION SUMMARY

Two Positions


RESPONSIBILITIES

Conduct effective and grade-appropriate academic, vocational, cultural and motivational workshops/activities. Responsible for collecting appropriate documentation for the identification, recruitment, selection, and delivery of services to participants each year. Responsible for post-secondary placement of all assigned “college-ready” participants. Responsible for the timely and accurate preparation and submission of weekly and monthly reports on all major areas of responsibility. Responsible for reviewing participants’ needs assessments and develop an Individualized Education Action Plan (IEAP) for all (100%) assigned participants. Responsible for accurate documentation of all services and activities provided to participants via daily contact logs and data entry into the database (Blumen). Adhere to the established Plan of Operation, Curriculum, Process Policy, Program Procedures and all other related federal Trio regulations. Abide by administrative policies/procedures addressed in the Staff Reference Manual and UNO rules, regulations, and policies. Perform other job-related tasks as assigned.


REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS

Bachelor's degree, from an accredited institution. Training and/or experience in working with “at risk” youth and adults from disadvantaged backgrounds and/or disabilities.


DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS

Master's Degree


SALARY

Commensurate with qualifications and experience.


DATE POSTED

08/21/2017


CLOSING DATE

Position will remain open until filled. To assure full consideration, applications should be received by September 6


POSITION NUMBER

8225

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