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Associate Director, California Medicine Scholars Program

Remote within CA; some in-person required in Oakland, CA

The Foundation for California Community Colleges is on a mission to double its impact in the next 10 years. We are a group of relentless optimists and innovators in education, working collaboratively with public and private partners to help improve the student experience and expand pathways to economic and social mobility in communities across California. We are seeking an Associate Director to join the Foundation in its mission of benefitting, supporting, and enhancing the California Community Colleges—the largest and most diverse system of higher education in the nation.

What You’ll Do

Associate Directors provide an important level of local support for the RHHOs work around planning, implementing, and supporting the California Medicine Scholars Program in their current structures. They foster regional collaboration and serve as liaisons between colleges/districts, community-based organizations and health centers, and the California Medicine Central Office. They help inform development of needed tools and resources as the RHHOs work to integrate the California Medicine Scholars Program throughout their hub’s participating community colleges, 4-year institutions, and regional School of Medicine. Regional Coordinators are available to act as thought partners, provide coaching, and share available resources, tools, and promising practices.

What You Bring

●       Provide leadership in the design and management of research and program evaluation projects.

●       Identify, document, and track individual college and regional needs and trends related to the California Medicine Scholars Program inquiry, design, and implementation.

●       Work with specified central office personnel to analyze college/regional data gathered from statewide tools, self-assessments, work plans and college visits and input into central office database

●       Track and synthesize implementation and progress of the California Medicine Scholars Program and other related initiatives at the college and regional level for internal and external California Medicine central office reports and review.

●       Lead, advise, and support survey development, data gathering and analysis to inform optimal practices, programs, and services.

●       Conduct sound, advanced statistical analyses of student data.

●       Assist RHHOs with analysis of disaggregated student data and reporting.

●       Contribute to the collection, analysis, and reporting of California Medicine Scholars Program student data and statistics.

●       Extract information from a variety of sources (e.g. National Center for Educational Statistics, the California Community Colleges Chancellors Office, and Association of American Medical Colleges) and with different formats and to reorganize and synthesize the resulting data set for analysis.

●       Use statistical analysis tools such as SAS and/or SPSS for data summaries, analysis, and predictive modeling.

Attributes for Success

●       Ability to solve practical problems and work independently, exercising good judgment.

●       Strong interpersonal and communication (verbal and written) skills.

●       Strong presentation and facilitation skills.

●       Ability to maintain confidential nature of data and information.

●       Ability to work collaboratively in a collegial environment.

●       Ability to work under pressure to meet scheduled deadlines.

●       Familiarity with postsecondary pathways and interventions that support student success including improved transition from high school to college, course-sequencing, program and pathway design, industry-aligned competencies and credentials, and acceleration in developmental education.

●       Knowledge and experience working with education and related workforce development partners in the assigned region.

●       Passionate about providing students with stronger pathways to education and building a more just and equitable California overall.

●       A self-starter and quick learner who is highly motivated and outcome-oriented, always seeking innovative approaches to project execution.

●       A strategic and creative thinker who can problem-solve, working within and across teams to swiftly respond to needs identified across the California Community Colleges.

●       Practices ownership, takes accountability, and able to project manage, prioritize tasks, and deliver quality products on time with limited supervision.

●       Ability to work on a fast-paced team and build and maintain collaborative working relationships with internal and external stakeholders.

What We Offer

You’ll join a group of mission-driven, passionate, equity-minded individuals with a strong desire to impact and change lives for the better through education. As the official nonprofit auxiliary to the Chancellor's Office, we aim to ensure our team reflects the diversity of the California Community Colleges and the 2.1 million students, campuses, and communities it serves. Individuals are hired for their deep understanding of each population’s unique needs and will join a collaborative environment where each team member plays an important role in helping Californians across all communities improve their social and economic mobility and build a better future for themselves and their families.

We operate from an office located in downtown Sacramento’s thriving R Street corridor. Our benefits include the CalPERS defined benefit retirement plan, generous medical, dental, and vision, tuition reimbursement, and more. We take a strategic and comprehensive approach to investing in our people, fostering an environment for employee growth, and providing diverse opportunities for continued learning, professional development, and advancement.

To apply and to see the full Job Description, go to: https://foundationccc.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/fccc-careers

Associate Director, California Medicine Scholars Program

Remote within CA; some in-person required in Oakland, CA

The Foundation for California Community Colleges is on a mission to double its impact in the next 10 years. We are a group of…

Details at a Glance

  • Time Commitment
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    Full Time Schedule
  • Education
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    4-Year Degree Required
  • Experience Level
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    Mid-level/Managerial

Benefits

Our benefits include the CalPERS defined benefit retirement plan, generous medical, dental, and vision, tuition reimbursement, and more.

Our benefits include the CalPERS defined benefit retirement plan, generous medical, dental, and vision, tuition reimbursement, and more.

Location

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Remote
Work must be performed in or near Oakland, CA
Associated Location
Oakland, CA, USA

How to Apply

To apply and to see the full Job Description, go to: https://foundationccc.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/fccc-careers

To apply and to see the full Job Description, go to: https://foundationccc.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/fccc-careers

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