Potential College Site Director

POTENTIAL COLLEGE SITE DIRECTOR

 

Job Title:      Potential College Site Director

Summary/Vision of Position:     The Potential College Site Director is responsible for providing mentoring, partnering & delivering/managing those “next steps” to enrolled developing leaders in Potential College.

Requirements of the Position:

  • Ambassador & protector of the Potential Church Vision & Ethos
  • Provide general oversight for the Potential College Program
  • Primary relationship manger between SEU and Potential College
  • Set direction for Potential College and ensure it remains in alignment with the vision of Potential Church
  • Provide mentoring to college students

Potential College Roles & Responsibilities:

  • Establish student weekly schedule
  • Work on new initiatives to help improve and grow the college (i.e. church partnerships and dual enrollment, practicum scaffolding)
  • Ensure compliance with policy guidelines
- are these SEU’s policy guidelines?
  • Deal with escalated student issues
  • Implement and manage all SOPs for the College
  • Recruit and lead team of staff/volunteers to execute the mission and vision of the college
  • Organize and lead student Orientation
  • Oversee weekly College Update meeting
  • Manage communications and marketing requests
  • Manage room scheduling and student requests
  • Ensure class schedule and study hall is operating properly
  • Provide consistent presence in College facility
  • Oversee social media posts and college email address
  • Manage student files for practicum and weekly schedule
  • Schedule and host preview nights
  • Meet with prospective students
  • Interview all new applicants to ensure fit
  • Build recruiting partnerships with churches and schools
  • Develop marketing plan to help grow enrollment in the College
  • Oversee and achieve all growth objectives for the College
  • Assist students with enrollment process (completing application, contacting admissions, collecting transcripts, writing essay, character reference, FAFSA, etc.)
  • Oversee weekly Squad Groups (devotional time)
  • Plan student life activities
  • Ensure students are having fun and enjoying the Potential College experience
  • Create opportunities for spiritual growth
  • Create opportunities for community and friendships
  • Front-line student pastor to college students to help provide pastoral care
  • Plan and lead one conference a year (supported by Admin)
  • Plan and lead one mission trip a year (supported by Admin)
  • Recruit, train, and support Practicum Coaches
  • Manage practicum engagement guidelines
  • Ensure weekly student/coach 1:1’s are happening
  • Ensure that students are experiencing valuable development opportunities
  • Support students and coaches when questions or issues arise around practicum
  • Ensure students are meeting a minimum of 8 hours per week and no more than 15 hours a week in practicum (especially important for students on academic probation)
  • Plan, recruit, and schedule for the Leadership Training Class
  • Assist students with academic success
  • Ensure bi-weekly mentor check-ins are happening
  • Recruit and mange team of student mentors
  • Assist students with registering for classes
  • Assist students with ordering books
  • Assist students with financial aid paperwork issues
  • Inspect student’s academic progress to ensure they are keeping up
  • Inspect that class syllabus is printed and due dates are in agenda
  • Develop and implement additional student success strategies as needed (i.e. tutoring services)
  • Develop overall structure (and provide assignments) for student selected track
  • Provide assignments to students in that track

ETHOS

The disposition, character, or fundamental values peculiar to a specific person, people, culture or movement.

Click here to learn what we value.

MULTICULTURAL

We view diversity as foundational to our culture to promote an inspired, collaborative and energetic work environment.

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT

When you get better, we get better. So instead of a development program, we have a development culture. You’ll have opportunities, support, and plenty of feedback to help you grow professionally and spiritually.