Priority Personnel is currently hiring Temporary, Part Time Grant Clerk for Texas State's Austin location. Assignment is expected to last until the end of August.
Pay rate: $14/hour
Work Schedule: Mon-Fri/8am-5pm, part time working 20 hours per week
- Assisting with preparing materials and facilitating aggressive participant recruitment campaign in accordance with US Department of Education Guidelines.
- Evaluating potential participant applications to determine eligibility.
- Make recommendations and conduct participant intake interviews.
- Evaluate and complete academic and needs assessments on each program participant.
- Research, develop and implement innovative co-curricular programming for students that fosters personal and academic growth.
- Assist in the development and implementation of Individual Education Plans (IEPs) for each program participant and assist in monitoring IEP progress throughout the calendar year.
- Assist in developing academic tutoring schedule for students to adhere to on a weekly basis. Ensure students effectively utilize tutoring services provided and communicate needs from tutors as appropriate.
- Assist with the assessment and reporting of participant progress, personal growth and academic performance.
- Oversee maintenance of participant files and program-specific documentation to ensure all appropriate services and contacts are entered into the student database; verify promotion, retention and graduation of all current participants.
- Provide college admission and financial aid process information.
- Conduct frequent program evaluations with participants and parents.
- Propose, plan and review expenses and budget as related to trips, activities and events.
- Assist in planning, coordination of and chaperone participants on cultural/educational trips and college visit tours.
- Ensure that senior participants take appropriate steps toward high school graduation and college enrollment. Follow up on progress year-round and communicate progress to director.
- Assist in planning the Summer Residential Program, including orientation, scheduling, supervising, and evaluation of summer staff. The program may be virtual, in person or a hybrid of both.
- Monitor and collect data on graduate participants in accordance grant tracking requirements.
- Develop and maintain professional outreach networks within target area communities and schools, serving as a liaison and point of contact as needed.
- Assist with the submission of the U.S. Department of Education Annual Performance Report.
- Participate in professional development opportunities to promote personal and professional growth.
- Make occasional school/home visits in support of meeting grant objectives.
- Must be able to work occasional evenings and weekends.
- Must be able to effectively and dynamically present information in small and large group formats.
- Must possess knowledge and experience facilitating students/parents through the college admission and financial aid processes.
- Must have experience preparing intentional academic curriculum and or programming designed to achieve learning outcomes.
- Must have experience in planning educational and/or cultural trips.
- Must have efficient oral and written communication skills.
- Must have demonstrated computer skills, specifically in Microsoft Suite, Adobe Suite, and database entry.
- Must have ability to manage multiple tasks and work in a fast-paced environment.
- Must possess excellent organizational skills and an ability to think independently and analytically.
- Must possess knowledge and experience in academic advising;
- Experience monitoring progress to accomplishment of objectives and learning outcomes.
- Experience with fiscal grant administration and implementation.
- Position may be remote, in person or a hybrid of both.
- Must have own reliable transportation for occasional travel between work sites.
Apply online at prioritypersonnel.com