College Outreach Coordinator
SUMMARY: Under the direction of the Senior Build California Manager, the College Outreach Coordinator is responsible for a variety of operational and administrative program coordination including the development, management, and delivery of resources, events, and marketing related to the AGC Student Chapters and Build California College Pathway Partner activities, events, and trainings. This position is critical to the success of the construction industry by leading the design and implementation of the innovative construction career pathways as well leadership development training, resources, and support necessary to ensure the short and long-term development and retention of the industry’s future talent and leaders.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: included but not limited to the following. Other duties may be assigned.
- Coordinates development and execution of all goals & initiatives related to the AGC Student Chapters and Build California College Pathway Partners.
- Develops, manages, and updates Student Chapter and Build California College Pathway Partner curriculum, presentation files, and materials.
- Primary staff liaison for AGC Student Chapters members at large of thirteen (13) AGC Student Chapters operating at colleges/universities across California, and related subcommittees of the AGC Student Chapter Program & Build California College Pathway Partners. Facilitates regular meetings and appropriate engagement, training, and education opportunities and events.
- Coordinates development of project management/organizational tools such as project plans, production timelines, and contact database/lists to ensure timely and complete program delivery.
- Responsible for financial management including creation of annual budgets for each program and related event, and subsequent monitoring of revenue/expense performance to ensure that events stay within the approved budgets.
- Responsible for recruitment of sponsors & exhibitors in accordance with goals set in each program and/or event budget. Oversees benefit fulfillment of sponsors to ensure satisfaction and repeat participation in future programs.
- Coordinates digital trainings and educational webinars for AGC Student Chapters & Build California College Pathway Partners as well as for current industry members when the content is specific to leadership development.
- Provides direct technical assistance, materials, speakers, and other resources to college students statewide including AGC Student Chapter members, leadership, and/or faculty, and Build California College Pathway Partner students and faculty.
- Coordinates AGC Student Chapter & Build California digital presence through daily maintenance of website, social media, email inquiries, and more.
- Manges data integrity standards for AGC Student Chapter & other college student data records; working with the appropriate WFD and Membership staff to track student chapter members post-graduation and overall conversion rates to Emerging Leaders member status.
- Manages data and program effectiveness reporting, including managing contact databases, website maintenance, and social media metrics specific to AGC Student Chapters and Build California College Pathways Partners & students.
- Develops and provides college pathway and student specific content for e-marketing, social media campaigns, the Association publications, and the Association website.
- Implements short and long-term engagement strategy working with cross functional teams and team members such as membership, communications & marketing, labor relations, and others.
- Attends and represents the Association, Construction Education Foundation (CEF), and Build California at AGC, other industry networking, and college/university and/or community-based events.
- Provides back-up program coordination and administrative support for other AGC Workforce Development programs and services as necessary.
SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: This job has no supervisory responsibilities.
EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE: Associate degree (A.A.) or equivalent from a two-year college or technical school; Bachelor’s degree preferred. Two years of professional experience can substitute for education, or equivalent combination of education and experience. Preferred experience in young leadership and/or curriculum development, leadership training, volunteer and/or program management.
CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS: A current CA driver’s license and proof of auto insurance are required.