Job Description - Coordinator,CE Workforce Special Projects
Description View created on 09/04/2015

Coordinator,CE Workforce Special Projects

FLSA Status: Exempt
Pay Grade: 15
Job Title ID: 202504
Job Series/Job Family: Workforce Education & Business Development Series / C.E. Workforce Development Center Family

Reports To

Director, Workforce Development Center

Job Purpose

To assist in the planning and operations of the Workforce Development Center department; including development, scheduling, marketing, implementation, delivery, and evaluation of workforce training and Continuing Education (CE) programs and projects.

Description of Duties and Tasks

Essential duties and responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

  1. Assists Director with general department operations.
  2. Coordinates workforce grant project activities under supervision of the grant Directors including project communications, budget management, reporting, and program development and delivery.
  3. Coordinates assigned distance learning workforce education courses and programs including developing course schedules, negotiating instructor agreements, arranging duplication services, facilitating instructional technology used, monitoring student enrollment, and posting grades when applicable.
  4. Acts as the continuing education Virtual College of Texas (VCT) representative.
  5. Coordinates zero tuition agreement programs with local public service agencies.
  6. Advises students regarding C.E. Workforce programs at ACC; explains education, training, enrollment availability, requirements, and associated career opportunities.
  7. Creates and maintains current brochures, applications, web resources, and other program marketing materials; maintains listservs.
  8. Oversees the production of the Continuing Education semester course schedule, including coordination of activities related to collaborating with Public Information & College Marketing department and the Instructional Support Services department.
  9. Assesses community needs based on input from students, professional associations, and industry professionals to develop or revise programs; organizes and confirms all new course work with relevant state agencies and boards.
  10. May assign, oversee, advise, and evaluate hourly instructors for  public training programs.
  11. Evaluates the effectiveness of programs and performance of C.E. instructors to ensure customer satisfaction, program quality, and regulatory compliance.
  12. Serves on advisory boards; attends professional conferences, department and college committees, state agency meetings, and job fairs as required.


Must possess required knowledge and be able to explain and demonstrate, with or without reasonable accommodations, that the essential functions of the job can be performed.



Must possess required skills and be able to explain and demonstrate, with or without reasonable accommodations, that the essential functions of the job can be performed.


Computer Skills


Physical Requirements

Work Experience