ACT-WBL Coordinator


Primary Position Objectives 


Promotes the ACT/OTP program to all staff and students; recruits’   students to ensure program capacity and provides support services to   concurrently enrolled students to ensure all OMS goals and student   achievement of certificates and degrees are met. 


Position Responsibilities 

Key Responsibilities 

Brief Description of Duties 


Administration Procedures 

• Provides support services to all   enrolled ACT/OTP students. 

• Acts as a liaison between the   center and the concurrent enrollment provider. 

• Submits all ACT/OTP student daily   attendance each week to the student records department. 

• Maintains students’ ACT/OTP   folders to include applications, progress reports, class schedules, and   grades. 

• Coordinates with concurrent   enrollment provider to ensure that evaluations are submitted for each ESP   timely. 

• Ensures all ACT/OTP students meet   PRH-established attendance and performance criteria. 

• Coordinates with the concurrent   enrollment provider and center finance department to ensure all received  financial aid is used to offset center costs for ACT/OTP student enrollment. 

• Provides regular feedback to   students regarding appropriate employability skills and mastery of Career   Success Standards. 

• Works toward meeting Outcome   Measurement System goals. 

• Conducts ACT/OTP screening   committee to determine applicant eligibility. 

• Assists approved applicants to   apply for acceptance at participating colleges. 

• Monitors students’ attendance and   progress. 

• Conducts a review at the end of   each semester to determine continued enrollment. 

• Maintains database on; applicants,   participants, and average GPA of graduate’s field of studies. 

• Works   to maximize the number of grants secured by students. 

• Plans, implements, and markets   the work-based learning (WBL).

• Develops and implements policies   for the WBL programs that meets DOL Requirements. 

• Recruits, enrolls, and Monitors   students in the WBL programs. 

• Plans and assists in the   development or the work-based leaning handbook, guide, or brochure. 

• Conducts orientation for students   identified for the work-based learning program.

• Conducts sessions with career   technical education and academic instructors on the trends in the work force   and training needs identified by the work-based leaning site. 

• Monitors work sites to endure   that quality training is taking place.


Position Competencies 


Performance   Standards/Results 

  •  Presents information both clearly and concisely and regularly confirms the correct interpretation of information. 
  • Very high standard of communication skills both written and verbal for the presentation of facts and ideas. 
  • Shows professional non-verbal body language and actively listens to others. 
  • Action-oriented. Demonstrates the ability to handle several projects simultaneously with decision-making, flexibility, and problem-solving. 
  • Implements the key principles of time management, task allocation, and priority assignment in addition to personal organization. 
  • Shows attention to detail and ability to complete work with the highest level of accuracy and efficiency. 
  • Continually seek ways to improve employment service provided by developing professional skills and personal growth. 
  • Demonstrates professional interpersonal skills when interacting with others. Abides by The Bizzell Group’s Healthy Workplace   Environment policy. 
  • Acts as team player and builds professional relationships with coworkers to achieve goals. 



 To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. 


Proficiency with advanced Microsoft Office applications, including Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Excel. 


Computer Literacy with basic computer functions, email,   internet, and basic programs such as Adobe Acrobat. 


High level of leadership and management skills. 


Knowledge in developing students with lifelong social and independent living skills. 


Strong communication, organization, and conflict-resolution skills. 




Minimum of one to two years related experience in education. 




Bachelor’s degree in education from a four-year college or university and/or equivalent combination of education and experience.