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$26.49
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Position range in Hawaii County $17.23 - $28.92 Per hour
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Career Readiness & CTE Pathway Specialist UH-Hawaii CC Occupation: Education, Training, and Library Workers, All Other
Location: Honokaa, HI - 96727 Positions available: 1
Job #: 1560003
Updated: 7/19/2021 Expires: 7/18/2021
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Career Readiness & CTE Pathway Specialist

Duties and Responsibilities:
  1. Collaborates with UH/CC system, regional schools, government and nonprofit organizations, Hawaii Island businesses, and communities to cultivate and/or design career readiness activities and Career and Technical Education (CTE) pathway courses/programs, including career readiness activities, pre-college, dual-credit, dual-enrollment, and summer bridge courses/programs, that are consistent with college, career, and community needs.
  2. Identifies opportunities and develops partnerships with local high schools and other campuses for coordinated delivery of career readiness activities and CTE programs, including pre-college, dual-credit, dual-enrollment, non-credit, summer bridge, after school, and/or weekend activities and programs.
  3. Maintains working knowledge of Hawaii State and County workforce needs and opportunities to develop robust college, career, and CTE pathways, including workforce partnerships for curriculum alignment and work-based learning, industry certificates, licenses, and credentials (including micro-credentials and badging) for Hawaii State and County.
  4. Assists with enrollment of students in courses, programs, and activities, provides onsite support at KoEC, and observes courses and workshops to help evaluate program effectiveness.
  5. Identifies and gathers resources needed for training opportunities, which may include qualified instructors, facilitators, curriculum, materials, content, software, venues, etc. and maintains a bank of these resources for future programs.
  6. Works closely with KoEC Academic Advisor, college faculty and high school teachers in the region to help improve proficiency in Math, Science, and English Reading/Writing for CTE pathway students and increase college readiness.
  7. Works closely with KoEC Academic Advisor to ensure successful transition of students from high school to post-secondary and from non-credit to credit programs.
  8. Works closely with KoEC Academic Advisor to provide student counseling support services, student access workshops, learning communities, and career planning opportunities for high school seniors transitioning into college and students in their first year of college.
  9. Works closely with KoEC Academic Advisor to monitor multiple timelines (i.e. high school and college schedules, grant schedules, timing of other program offerings, scholarship and financial aid deadlines, enrollment requirements, environmental factors) and launch the marketing and delivery of programs/activities at the most favorable times.
  10. Works closely with KoEC Academic Advisor to enroll students in various opportunities for Hawaiian culture-based education, including aina-based education, which helps to advance their career readiness, college readiness, and/or CTE Pathway journey.
  11. Works with KoEC Director and Academic Advisor to review career pathway program proposals; assessing quality of courses offered, including course materials and instructor qualifications.
  12. Works with KoEC Director to secure extramural funding for career readiness activities and CTE pathway programs, including cultivating opportunities for financial support and in-kind contributions.
  13. Monitors, manages, and evaluates all KoEC career readiness activities, work-based learning, and CTE pathways programs to ensure data is collected for program measures, timelines, outcomes, and other grant expectations are met, and reports are produced in a timely manner.
  14. Monitors program expenses and budgets, assists with system and grant-funded procurement, provides necessary procurement documentation, generates program financial reports, and other fiscal matters.
  15. Performs project management and handling complex details between a variety of programs.
  16. Develops and publicizes promotion of career pathway programs using social media, online sites, print and broadcast media. Delivers program presentations to schools and community upon request.
  17. Maintains working knowledge of social media and networking sites to explore new trends, expand recruitment opportunities, and implement new social media marketing techniques to increase enrollment.
  18. Provide supervision and training of student employees, as needed.
  19. Duties may include working outside of normally scheduled hours, including nights and weekends.
  20. Travels around the island and within the state for programs, meetings, and professional development, as necessary.
  21. Other duties as assigned.
Minimum Qualifications:
Education and Professional Work Experience:
Possession of a baccalaureate degree in Liberal Arts, Education, Counseling, Social Science, Human Services, Human Resources, Business, or other related field and 3 years of progressively responsible professional experience with responsibilities for career pathway guidance, career readiness programs, work-based learning, industry credentials, and/or career & technical education (CTE); or equivalent education/training or experience.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
  • Considerable working knowledge of principles, practices, and techniques in the fields of career pathway guidance, career readiness programs, work-based learning, industry credentials, and/or career & technical education (CTE); as demonstrated by the broad knowledge of the full range of pertinent standard and evolving concepts, principles, and methodologies.
  • Considerable working knowledge and understanding of applicable federal and state laws, rules, regulations and theories and systems associated with career pathway guidance, career readiness programs, work-based learning, industry credentials, and/or career & technical education (CTE).
  • Demonstrated ability to resolve wide ranging complex problems through creative reasoning and logic to accurately determine the cause of the problems and the resolution of the problems in an effective, innovative, and timely manner.
  • Demonstrated ability to interpret and present information and ideas clearly and accurately in writing, verbally and by preparation of reports and other materials.
  • Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with internal and external organizations, groups, team leaders and members, and individuals.
  • Demonstrated ability to operate a personal computer and apply word processing software.
  • For supervisory work, demonstrated ability to lead subordinates, manage work priorities and projects, and manage employee relations.
Supplemental Minimum Qualifications:
  • Demonstrated ability to collaborate with rural public and/or charter high schools, faculty, counselors, and others to advance career pathway guidance, career readiness programs, work-based learning, industry credentials, and/or career and technical education (CTE) for rural students.
  • Demonstrated ability to work with rural communities; including rural high school students and families, college students, non-traditional adult students, or any other individuals who are historically under-represented and/or not receiving equitable access to education.
  • Demonstrated ability to work in a demanding, multi-tasking environment, meet critical deadlines, cross-train other functions, and remain flexible and adaptable to changing conditions, including serving in various roles to provide coverage for other staff.
Equivalencies:
Any equivalent combination of education and/or professional work experience which provides the required education, knowledge, skills, and abilities as indicated.

Due to remote location of this position, if qualified applicants are not available, those not meeting the
minimum qualifications may be considered on an exception basis

Desirable Qualifications:
  1. Possession of a masters degree in Liberal Arts, Education, Counseling, Social Science, Human Services, Human Resources, Business, or other related field.
  2. Demonstrated ability to work on grant-funded projects.
  3. Demonstrated ability to promote and facilitate enrollment in aina-based educational programs, Hawaiian Studies, and/or otherwise increase educational opportunities for Native Hawaiians within an indigenous-serving institution.
  4. Familiarity with the University of Hawaii, State of Hawaii Department of Education, and/or other education systems in Hawaii.
  5. Knowledge of Hawaii Community College and kauhale philosophy, mission, and purpose, including the Kaao Framework.
  6. Experience with developing, planning, and executing community engagement, outreach, and/or fund-raising activities.
How To Apply:

Submit completed Application, CC Form 29A (http://www.hawaii.hawaii.edu/sites/default/files/assets/hr/docs/form_29a-rev-042012.pdf). Original signature is required on application, please indicate Job Order Number on application. Late or incomplete applications will not be considered. All requested documents/information become the property of the college. No electronic submissions or faxes will be accepted. Separate application must be submitted for each Job Order Number applying for.

Submit a complete application via email to dloo@hawaii.edu or to the address below by the close of business on July 18, 2021 to:
Human Resources
Hawaii Community College
1175 Manono St.
Hilo, HI 96720

This is a casual appointment to fill a short-term professional appointment. Casual appointments are temporary employment only. Casual hires carry no guarantee for continued employment.


Hawaii CC does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, sex, color, national origin, or disability or other protected classes in its programs and activities. For Inquiries or complaints concerning our non-discrimination policies, please contact: Human Resources Manager, EEO/AA Coordinator (808-934-2526, Hawaii CC Bldg. 397-Room 4); Disabilities Counselor (808-934-2725, Hawaii CC Bldg. 379-Room 1A); Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, Section 504 Coordinator (808-934-2509, Hawaii CC Bldg. 379A-Room 4); Title IX Coordinator (808-934-2765, Hawaii CC Bldg 383-Room 119).

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