COE seeks a dynamic and accomplished Executive Vice President to join its senior leadership team.
Reporting to and working closely with the President, the Executive Vice President will be a key leader within the organization and assume primary responsibility for managing the day-to-day operations of the Council. The ideal candidate has extensive experience in higher education, with significant experience in direct student service and executive leadership. The Executive Vice President will also be proficient in the practices and policies relating to TRIO programs. Accordingly, this individual will possess strength in both practice and theory, demonstrating the ability to effectively guide a team of approximately 30 staff in supporting approximately 1,000 member institutions serving nearly 900,000 students across the United States and several federated territories.
The Council for Opportunity in Education will post your job vacancy announcement on our website for the following fees.
Full payment or a purchase order must accompany the request. No request will be accepted without payment or purchase order. Announcements will be posted to our website within “3” working days after receipt of payment and will remain posted for a period of 30 days. Questions regarding job vacancy announcements? Please contact Vanessa Ramirez via email at [email protected] or phone at (202) 347-7430.
- Institutional Members — $200.00 per announcement
- Non-Institutional Members — $400.00 per announcement
The Council for Opportunity in Education seeks a Director of Career Opportunities Initiatives
The Career Opportunities Initiative Director will work closely with COE employer partners, TRIO programs, COE’s VP of Advancement, Director of Alumni Relations, and the Senior VP for Programs and Professional Development to build the infrastructure for this initiative. The Career Opportunities Initiative (COI) is designed to increase the career opportunities and success of students completing associate and baccalaureate degrees while supported by college access and success programs, particularly by the Federal TRIO programs.
It provides low-income, first-generation participants with information about careers and career development, targeted, intentional coaching from mentors trained to provide supportive accountability (regular check-ins, monitoring, encouraging, nudging, troubleshooting), and supplemental skill development with extensive opportunities for supervised practice. The initiative is also designed to assist individual TRIO programs in expanding capacity in these areas. Ready to apply? Send a cover letter, resume, and list of references with the subject line “Director, Career Opportunities Initiative” to [email protected] No phone calls please.
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