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Workforce Reporting Specialist Garland Center
Responsible for overseeing maintenance of college-wide ERP system for continuing course scheduling and collaborating with academic services for monitoring, auditing, and verifying state reports of continuing education classes for contact-hour reimbursement purposes.
Senior Student Success Coach (Grant position) Various locations
The Senior Student Success Coach may also assist the Associate Dean and or Dean with leadership support. The responsibilities include concierge-styled case-management and support from the point of student enrollment to degree completion and career placement or transfer. The Senior Student Success Coach is an assigned, central point of continuous support for students throughout the student experience, guiding students to and through milestones leading towards completion and a career. Senior Student Success Coaches will be responsible for facilitating orientation, guiding students through initial discussions on application processes, career exploration, and course selections, leveraging technology to track student progress towards academic and career goals, and liaising between the student and a broad network of internal and external resources designed to provide wrap-around support and eliminate any barriers that could impact the students’ success. They will serve as integral role in the advancement pathways, success coaching, and admissions to better serve students in a streamlined manner.
Student Success Professional Development Coordinator (Part Time) Grant Funded Various locations
The Coordinator will be responsible for: • Planning, developing, and delivering timely and relevant high-quality training and learning experiences for professionals across the Student Success division. • Leading curriculum development and implementation with Student Success teams. • Coordinating and facilitating trainings that ensure team members’ current applications of emerging and dynamic technologies that support the monitoring and tracking of student success. • Providing resources, feedback, modeling, and individualized coaching Student Success staff to help achieve strategic plans. • Communicating effectively with all stakeholders within all stages of professional development from planning to reporting. • Collaborating with an array of administrators and staff within Dallas College. The Student Success Professional Development Coordinator is a highly engaging, student-centered leader responsible for creating and curating professional development programming and curriculum that ensures Student Success professionals are equipped with timely and relevant research-based practices that support student access, persistence, completion, transfer, and employment for over 80,000 Dallas College students.
Project Lead for Student Experience (Grant Funded) Bill J. Priest
• Manage day-to-day student-based relationship development processes for complex workforce development initiatives, apprenticeship projects and contract/corporate training, including work-based, employer-driven, earn-and-learn programs, and employer partnership management • Lead cross functional teams with internal/external work groups to develop and improve multiparty initiatives on student projects that involve local/state/federal grants • Responsible for grant-funded and apprenticeship project activities, such as gathering, analyzing, and maintaining data related to students, apprentices, training, revenues/expenditures, and other deliverables • Research and identify proper resources to support and generate new opportunities for work-based learning and workforce initiatives for students and business/industry/community
Program Services Coordinator (Grant Funded) Richland
Responsible for developing a comprehensive student services program by coordinating programs involving recruitment, enrollment, course planning, implementation of activities, seminars and other events presented for student and participants.
Program Services Coordinator Richland
Responsible for developing a comprehensive student services program by coordinating programs involving recruitment, enrollment, course planning, implementation of activities, seminars and other events presented for student and participants.
Lab Specialist-Art, Digital Art & Design, Fashion and Interior Design (Part-Time) El Centro
Dallas College seeks a dynamic individual to play an important role in the operation of the one of the seven new Dallas College academic Schools (the Schools). The Lab Specialist will serve within one of the Dallas College academic Schools. Dallas College is establishing the Schools with a new, ambitious academic framework to ensure the Schools align with the North Texas region’s workforce and industry needs to ensure graduates’ success in their careers. The Lab Specialist will report to the Lab Manager. The Lab Specialist is responsible for maintaining materials, supplies, equipment, and information systems while providing technical support for courses and programs.
Coordinator, Academic Programming Various locations
Responsible for coordinating support for instructional divisions. Position is responsible for becoming thoroughly knowledgeable of the philosophy, policies and procedures of the Dallas College (DC), as well as the facilities and the protocol of the campus(es).
District Transcript Evaluator II Bill J. Priest
Review and evaluate college transcripts for students to determine placement of transfer courses in order to accurately prepare transfer credit evaluations. Act as a liaison for assigned academic college for relevant matters in transfer, admission and evaluations.
Coach, Financial Literacy, Student Financial Aid North Lake
Utilizing a comprehensive case management approach, the Financial Literacy Coach will assist students and their families by providing resources and knowledge about financial resources available to help cover educational expenses and related costs. In addition, financial literacy coaches will provide a broad range of activities that support student success and financial literacy attainment throughout the student’s entire academic life cycle at Dallas College. Position is Call Center/Virtual Room Work hours 3:00 PM to Midnight Monday - Friday
Data Analyst Bill J. Priest
The Data Analyst is responsible for producing high-quality, accurate, and timely insights from the College’s data. The Data Analyst will be adept at combining an understanding of business needs and available data to produce models – reports, visualizations, predictive and prescriptive models, etc. – that drive effective actions by stakeholders. The incumbent will have the ability to access existing databases; extract data and construct new databases; and evaluate, clean, and transform data to fulfill the core responsibilities of the position. Additionally, the Data Analyst will support external reporting to government agencies and accreditors and internal reporting to executive staff, the board, and offices across the College.
Data Science Analyst (Research Institute) Bill J. Priest
The Data Science Analyst will contribute to original research projects of the Research Institute by creating machine learning models, beginning from the discovery phase. The incumbent will be work closely the Research Institute team to understand the needs and barriers to success of current students and graduates, and the skills needed by employers. Research questions will focus on student recruitment, completion, and employment outcomes as they relate to meeting the Dallas area workforce demand as well as the return on investment for Dallas College students. The Data Science Analyst will collaborate with the Executive Director and the team members of the Research Institute to design and execute projects to create statistical models which integrate multiple data sources and enhance student success efforts by identifying barriers which can be addressed. The incumbent will use machine learning to enhance existing predictive models or create new ones, solving supervised problems using regression or classification models and developing new approaches to unsupervised problems. The Analyst will use data visualization tools for dissemination and translate findings for internal and external stakeholder decisions and actions.
Police Public Service Officer Bill J. Priest
The Public Service Officer (PSO) position provides a safe and secure environment for all employees and visitors at assigned location(s) so faculty can focus on teaching and students can concentrate on learning. Provides general assistance (gives directions, answers questions, provides information, etc.) to faculty, staff, students and visitors and projects a positive image of Dallas College by maintaining a pleasant and professional demeanor. Contributes to the overall safety and security of students, employees, visitors, and Dallas College property by maintaining a uniformed presence. Requests assistance from Dallas College police officers for law enforcement matters, or off-campus police, fire, and EMS personnel as needed. Assists Dallas College Police Officers as directed within the scope of responsibility.
Director, Economic Development Various locations
Dallas College is seeking an experienced, highly collaborative leader with a proven track record of data-driven economic development. The Director of Economic Development reports Sr. Di-rector, Economic Impact Strategy & Relations and will be expected to: 1. Build and scale positive equitable economic impact for Dallas County communities. 2. Co-create and implement a strategy that creates cross-functional action toward becoming an Anchor Institution.
Pathway Specialist Various locations
Pathway Specialists will support School-specific pathway planning, persistence, and completion for Dallas College students. • Responsible for ensuring the delivery of accurate, school-specific pathway, transfer and career mapping for Dallas College students. • Responsible for providing precise credential, career, and transfer support for student-selected pathways. • Responsible for collaborating with faculty, Success Coaches, marketing and key stakeholders to develop and promote pathways for all students, including special populations such as non-credit, dual credit, first-time in college, developmental education, part-time, full-time, veteran, ESL/ESOL, Adult Basic Education, and transfer. • Responsible for serving as the liaison for faculty and Success Coaches with wrap-around support for student success. • Responsible for facilitating School-specific academic program, career and transfer training, resources and pathway programming that promote student pathway persistence, credential completion, transfer, and employment. • Responsible for assessing program outcomes and tracking student pathway progress toward completion. • Leverages technology to input, monitor and track initiatives focused on student pathway completion.
Clinical Coordinator El Centro
Responsible for providing day-to-day operations in support of coordinating clinicals, schedules and legal documentation for facilities used to meet program and licensing requirements in the following programs, but not limited to nursing, emergency medical services (EMS), diagnostic imaging, veterinary technician, respiratory technician, and other Dallas College health programs.
Adjunct Faculty - CIT Programming Various locations
Teaches students effectively in assigned classes and maintains office hours for student consultation.
Adjunct Faculty CIT Cloud Richland
Teaches students effectively in assigned classes and maintains office hours for student consultation. Seeking individual with AWS experience. Ideal candidate would hold at least one AWS Associate-level certification. Must be willing to teach in person at Richland campus. Experience with ML technology a plus.
Adjunct Faculty CIT Networking Richland
Experience in designing, building, supporting a mid-sized network. Ideal candidate would hold certifications in Cisco, Network+, and Linux. Must be willing to teach in person at Richland campus .Teaches students effectively in assigned classes and maintains office hours for student consultation.
Adjunct Faculty (Non-Credit) Pharmacy Technician Program Various locations
Provides instruction for non-credit course(s) within the content specific area.

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