POSITION SUMMARY: The Project Coordinator works with many different college departments to help facilitate projects. The Project Coordinator works closely with institutional teams to plan and schedule meetings, gather resources, interpret findings, and submit reports internally or to external agencies. The projects include various research, assessment, evaluation, and accreditation related activities and the Project Coordinator serves to connect the work the project leads to the Office of Institutional Research. The Project Coordinator works closely with the IT department to update internal applications that assist in college-wide reporting.
Reports To: Director of Institutional Research
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Collaborate with faculty, staff and administrators to support assessment, program review, strategic planning, and institutional effectiveness (e.g. Illinois Community College Board, Higher Learning Commission)
- Maintain systems alignment between assessment, program review, institutional effectiveness, and the college’s strategic plan
- Develop and provide training for administrators, faculty, and staff on college processes for assessment, program review, strategic planning, and institutional effectiveness
- Guide others in data interpretation
- Serve on Program Review Committee, Assessment Team, and institutional special project groups
- Provide feedback and guidance to administrators, faculty, and staff completing program reviews, assessment, and strategic planning projects
- Work with the Senior Data Analyst to develop and implement annual timetable for program review reporting. Collaborate with Program Review Committee, Assessment Team, and Executive Council to develop presentation schedules
- Process and summarize surveys and assessment materials using survey software
- Maintain the college’s internal program review, assessment, and strategic planning applications to support these processes (update user information, update narrative content, update data). Work closely with Software Solutions department to resolve application issues
- Conduct library and Internet literature and information searches
- Provide additional support for other Institutional Research team members as needed
- Maintain security and confidentiality regarding all appropriate files, records, and documents
- Work collaboratively with others (e.g. colleagues, stakeholders, vendors) to accomplish functions and responsibilities
- Assume additional duties as assigned by immediate supervisor
QUALIFICATIONS (EDUCATION / CERTIFICATION / EXPERIENCE):
- Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution or an equivalent combination of experience and education
- Demonstrated ability to work on team-based projects
- Experience with project management or coordination
- Work experience within higher education
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MCC is an EEO/AA Employer, Committed to Diversity and
Inclusion in its College Community.
Employees of McHenry County College enjoy an array of benefits as part of their employment. The following summarizes part-time, non-exempt staff benefits. Additional details can be found in the McHenry County College Staff Council (MCCSC) Contract.
LEAVE ACCRUAL: New hires who begin work on or before the 15th of the month, will receive vacation and sick leave credit for an entire month. New hires who begin work after the 15th of the month receive vacation and sick leave credit the following month.
HOLIDAY LEAVE: Part-time employees employed at least 20 hours a week will receive holiday pay equal to the amount of hours the employee would have been scheduled to work if the day was not a paid holiday.
PERSONAL LEAVE: Part-time, non-exempt staff who work 30 hours a week or more will be granted 12 personal leave hours per year. These hours are credited on July 1st of each year to all eligible employees. New employees hired before January 1st receive 100% of this allotment, and new employees hired after January 1st receive one-half of the allotment. Personal days may be taken at the discretion of the employee with at least three days’ notice to their supervisor. Unused personal days convert to sick leave at the end of each fiscal year.
SICK LEAVE: All employees receive sick leave as follows:
Employed at least 10 and less than 20 hours per week: 2 hours per month regularly scheduled to work.
Employed at least 20 and less than 30 hours per week: 4 hours per month regularly scheduled to work.
Employed at least 30 and less than 37 ½ hours per week: 6 hours per month regularly scheduled to work.