The Title V Student Transition and Achievement (STAA) Grant is awarded by the U.S Department of Education to Institutions of Higher Education serving Hispanic, low-income, and underrepresented student populations. The Title V STAA Grant helps to improve academic course development, improve program quality, and increase institutional stability. Columbia Basin College ("CBC" or the "College") was recently awarded the Title V STAA Grant which includes a Math Center and multiple other strategies to support student academic achievement.
The Math Center Developer will support the CBC Title V STAA Grant and help oversee the Math Center. This position will assist in training faculty to use the new math learning resources as well as training and supervising all math tutors. The Math Center Developer will also assist in collecting data, establishing resources and promoting services and resources to the center and other college departments. This position will report to the Title V STAA Grant Director.
Closing Date: Open Until Filled (First consideration closes April 1, 2018 at 11:59 p.m. Pacific Time)
Bachelor's degree in Education, STEM or other other related field from a regionally accredited college or university;
Two (2) years of experience teaching or advising developmental and/or minority students;
Experience in higher education working with faculty and administration; and
Experience with instructional technology.
Experience working with at-risk, low-income, or bilingual students;
Columbia Basin College (CBC) serves the citizens of Benton and Franklin counties in Washington state with two-year associate degrees for transfer to a four-year university, and applied degrees for workforce employment. CBC also provides one-year certificates and basic skills for those pursuing a GED or high school diploma. CBC serves approximately 7,000-8,000 students each quarter.Columbia Basin College now offers bachelor degrees in Nursing, Project Management, Applied Management, Cyber Security, Information Technology, and Dental Hygiene. These bachelor degrees are in direct response to the needs of our community. As a result of community needs, Columbia Basin College has recently opened our new state of the art Social Sciences and World Languages Center at the Pasco campus.In July 2017, CBC will open its second, four-story Health Science Center in Richland. In addition to training CBC healthcare professionals, the Wortman Medical Science Center will also be a functional medical clinic as part of Kadlec Regional Medical Center’s family medicine residency program.CBC will open a student housing facility in September. This first phase will house 125 students.Columbia Basin Co...llege continues its rich tradition of meeting our community's needs with a dynamic faculty, state-of-the-art facilities, and a diverse student body from all walks of life.