TEtACtt Edueation Foundation



Olympic Elvri., Suite 't20, Los Ang*les, CA 90022

Talent Search ! Program
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Talent Search I Program Coordinator

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Full-Time, Exempt

Manages and oversees all activities associated with the Talent Search


Program, focusing on career advisement and

curriculum. Job requires the use of independent judgment to manage situations.

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Hssec$g!_Equslie&s; Oversees the recruitment and orientation of participants and parents into the Program from the assigned target schools Collaborates with Executive Director, high school principals, counselors and teachers at the target schools to facilitate the
selection of students Liaison between Program, target schools and community agencies to ensure clear and concise communication Provides orientation for prospective Talent Search participants and their parents Provides counseling to students in the form of career planning, educational information and financial assistance

Develops and administers comprehensive instructor, tutor and resident assistant training program to ensure quality of curriculum and Program success Plans, develops and coordinates relevant cultural, social and recreational activities for academic year Ensures all forms of written communication (i.e., letters, memorandums, e-mails) for parents, students and public meet the TELACU Corporate Communication Group Standards Updates the Executive Director and the Vice President of the Foundation Evaluates Counselor's assessment of educational needs and goals of students and the development of individual educational plans Oversees maintenance of active student files and database Ensures all files are up to par and adhere to U.S. Department of Education Prepare and submit the Annual Performance Report to the U.S. Department of Education Develops and manages Program budget Hires, supervises, evaluates and if needed, terminates Program staff members

Knqwledqe, Skills, and
Bachelor's Degree in Education, Counseling or related filed, Master's Degree preferred. Minimum three years' experience in higher education in the field of student services with low-income, disadvantaged students; public speaking experience; competency with computers and their applications, including Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and the lnternet; demonstrated sensitivity to multi-cultural needs and characteristics of the targeted population; excellent organizational skills; experience in group and individual counseling; excellent oral and written communication skills. Preference for candidates who have held a prior position within a university/college EOP or TRIO Program. Bilingual in Spanish is highly desirable. Valid California Driver's License and proof of vehicle insurance required. The statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by most people assigned to this

job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and requirements.
Phvsical JqL Deqeriptiqn:
Manual Dexterity: Physical Effort:


Hazards: Equipment Use:

Work requires regular speed and accuracy for most of the working day. Work requires inlrequent physical demands and driving. Normalofficeconditions. Little or no exposure to hazards.
PC, keyboard, copier, facsimile.

T-q-apBbr Submit your r6sum6 and cover letter via email to TELACUCareers@TELACU.com or apply at the TELACU Center located at 5400 E. Olympic Blvd., Suite 120, Los Angeles, C490022.

Lilian Gonzalez, Program Coordinator al 323.7 21. 1 655, Ext. 41 2 www.TELACU.com



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