At Frederick Community College we proudly serve the educational needs of our students, help develop the economic vitality of our local communities, and enrich the lives of Frederick County residents. Each year, more than 16, 000 students take a diverse scope of courses at Frederick Community College, located in Frederick, Maryland. Our vast range of courses includes quality instruction in more than 85 degree and certificate programs as well as workforce training and continuing education to meet the needs and interests of our community members. FCC proudly embraces and showcases academics, arts, athletics and more to provide pathways to success for all students. Each year we provide direct service to thousands of residents and indirect services to countless more. We credit our ability to deliver these services to the strength and commitment of our people. We invite you to explore all that we have to offer!
Relocation Provided?: No
This position supports the Health Science programs and the strategic operation of Health, Business, Technology, and Science within Academic Affairs Continuing Education and Workforce Development. The Admissions Coordinator assists the Directors of the Health Science Programs with the recruitment, and processing of applicants for the selective admissions and cohort programs within Health Science. The Admissions Coordinator will manage the selective admissions processes supporting recruitment through program admission for students interested in and applying to the Health Science Programs.
The Admissions Coordinator must have the ability to work effectively with a wide range of constituencies in a diverse community and use varying styles and approaches that reflect an understanding and acceptance of the role of culture in a diverse, multicultural workplace.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
The following are the functions essential to performing this job:
1. Review of FCC transcripts for admissions processes.
2. Communicate with students about incomplete applications/ pending materials for application to selective admissions programs.
3. Confirm calculations generated by the applications using the admissions rubrics to ensure accurate rank-ordering of applicants.
4. Cross check and confirm rubric calculations that set the order/ priority list of accepted students.
5. Reach out to internal students (Pre-health clubs, Pre-health majors, Gen-Ed students, other Science students) about the programs and selective admissions process.
6. Reach out to high-schools / other potential recruiting targets to talk about selective admissions programs.
7. Interface with the CAPs advisors for health science to connect with and assist students applying to the selective admissions programs with the application process.
8. Other duties as determined by the AVP/ Dean of Health, Business, Technology, and Science
Salary: $38.27 hourly
FCC offers a generous benefits package which includes medical insurance, dental and vision plans, waiver of FCC tuition for employee and eligible dependents, tuition reimbursement, generous leave benefits, retirement plans, and more! Frederick Community College prohibits discrimination against any person on the basis of age, ancestry, citizenship status, color, creed, ethnicity, gender identity and expression, genetic information, marital status, mental or physical disability, national origin, race, religious affiliation, sex, sexual orientation, or veteran status in its activities, admissions, educational programs, and employment. Frederick Community College, an equal opportunity employer, values campus diversity in students and staff and encourages members from historically under-represented groups to apply.
Frederick Community College (FCC) is a public college accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE). FCC is distinguished by its quality and affordability, making it attainable and valuable for local students. Accredited programs, comprehensive instruction, and affordable costs of attendance have made FCC the learning destination for more than 200,000 students since 1957.