Dream Resource Coordinator - UndocuLiaison

Glendora, CA
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Citrus College

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Position Title

Dream Resource Coordinator - UndocuLiaison (A Temporary, Professional Expert Assignment)

Recruitment Start Date05/10/2024

Recruitment End Date

Open Until Filled Yes

First Consideration Date 06/25/2024

Salary Range N/A

Pay Rate$35.00/hour

FLSA Status Non-Exempt

BENEFITS
This position is not eligible to receive the comprehensive program of fringe benefits (medical, dental, vision, and life), holiday pay, or vacation pay.

At the beginning of each academic year, all professional expert, short-term, substitute, and student employees with an assignment which will exceed 30 days will be provided with five days (40 hours) of paid sick leave. This paid sick leave is available to be used for an illness of the
professional expert, short-term, substitute, and student employee or his/her family member and/or for leave due to domestic violence, sexual assault or stalking. A professional expert, short-term, substitute, and student employee shall be entitled to use such sick leave as of the 90th day of employment. The five days (40 hours) of paid sick leave do not accumulate.

General Description/Summary

POSITION SUMMARY

The Dream Resource Center Coordinator (UndocuLiaison) performs a full range of administrative, programmatic, and technical duties in support of the Dream Resource Center. The Coordinator serves as the primary point of contact for undocumented students, manages the Dream Resource Center (DRC), and assists students by streamlining access to all available resources and opportunities. This position is responsible for coordinating events, meeting with students, and connecting students with resources related to financial aid, social services, state-funded immigration legal services, internships, externships, and academic support services.

Minimum Qualifications/Education and Experience

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

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EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

An associate degree, or the completion of at least sixty (60) college-level semester units; or, in the absence of an associate degree, or completion of at least sixty (60) college-level semester units, two years of experience working in a student services-oriented role at a community college or other college/university.

Preferred Qualifications

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor’s degree preferred
  • A minimum of one year working with students in a college environment
  • Experience with customer service and/or social service organizations
  • Knowledge and experience with resources and services that support undocumented students, families, and communities.

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