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DAWSON COMMUNITY COLLEGE Dual Enrollment Coordinator in GLENDIVE, Montana


  • Associates Degree from an accredited institution
  • Ability to effectively analyze data and inquiries, think critically and make appropriate decisions
  • Ability to communicate effectively in written and spoken English with excellent public speaking and presentation skills
  • Ability to schedule and monitor development projects
  • Detailed and results-oriented
  • Willing to work a flexible schedule, including evening and weekend hours
  • Ability to work with diverse populations
  • Valid Montana Drivers License
  • Experience in an institution of higher learning preferred
  • Two years' full-time experience in an educational environment preferred
  • Skills in data research preferred


  • Plan and execute special projects and events in alignment with the goals and objectives of the college
  • Serve as campus point of contact for students, parents, school personnel, high school instructors, college faculty and college staff on topics related to dual enrollment and other K-12 programs
  • Develop a yearly dual enrollment calendar and establish and implement a timeline and processes for all tasks related to recruitment, enrollment, retention and reporting - including dual enrollment application, testing, registration and enrollment roster due dates
  • Develop and maintain tracking tools of academic performance and success for dual enrollment students
  • Generate innovative approaches to increase awareness about Dawson Community College to prospective student audiences and to increase enrollment and college completion, to include develop communication materials (brochures, websites, handouts, etc.)
  • Develop and implement an orientation program, handbook and other resources for high school students, counselors, administrators and parents
  • Research best practices and network with coordinators both locally and nationally
  • Provide programmatic leadership through participation on committees, task forces and advisory boards as appropriate for the growth and development of K-12 programs
  • Identify, initiate, develop and sustain partnerships between K-12 school administrators, counselors, teachers, other members of the educational community and employers that expand work-based learning opportunities for students
  • Work closely with K-12 schools to assist students in choosing a career that will lead to high-skill, high-wage and high demand occupations
  • Provide clear, consistent and accurate information regarding college programs, resources and career options
  • Coordinate communications between the student services department, business office, academic programs, faculty and public/private/home school staff and students in the service area
  • Manage ongoing strategic communications with prospective students, parents and guests, high school and independent counselors, as well as college constituents, via email, letters, telephone, scheduled appointments, tours and other media
  • Serve as the Montana Career Pathways (MCP) Coordinator and manager of grant, including representing Dawson Community College in local, state, regional and national events
  • Expand availability of career pathways for rural students across Eastern Montana
  • Facilitate collaborative partnerships amongst area high school teachers, counselors, school officials, administrations and DCC faculty and staff to develop programs of study and deliver coursework to high school schools seeking careers in technical fields
  • Create and implement professional development trainings to educate area high school counselors, teachers, schools officials and administrators about MCP Pathways
  • Assist in coordinating with community college faculty and administrators the processes for credentialing dual enrollment teachers and for course approval
  • Coordinate college placement testing in area high schools for prospective dual enrollment students
  • Work with Financial Aid an Business Services offices to ensure accurate reporting relating to student records, grade and attendance rosters, admissions and enrollment records
  • Meet with high school students on a regular basis by coordinating with the registrar and high schools to schedule dual enrollment classes and to register students, during each semester prior to registration deadlines
  • Maintain fall and spring semester spreadsheets of dual enrollment students and their classes
  • Collect, code, disseminate class rosters for registration of dual enrollment students each semester, and initiate drop/add/withdrawal procedures for students
  • Perform additional duties as assigned

Full-time position

$33,280 annually; comprehensive benefits package.