The Denver Regional Outreach and Transfer Coordinator for the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering (WSCOE) will have primary responsibility and oversight for WSCOE transfer student initiatives and K-12 outreach in the Denver region. This will include developing and enacting WSCOE transfer student initiatives in partnership with Colorado community colleges with the goal of increasing transfer student enrollment. This position will also envision and coordinate WSCOE's partnership with the Spur campus at the National Western Center and CSU Pueblo, including oversight of Denver-based recruitment, outreach, and equity initiatives.
This is a 12-month, temporary (3-year) position based in Denver and Fort Collins, Colorado, reporting to the Undergraduate Recruitment Manager. In the first 6+ months most work will be completed remotely and will shift to in-person work in both Denver and Fort Collins as the COVID-19 pandemic subsides. This position will have access to classrooms, labs, and an office at the Spur campus and will spend approximately 50% of their time in their territory (Denver) and approximately 50% on CSU’s campus in Fort Collins, with frequent in-state travel required. Time allocation between Denver and Fort Collins may change as the position evolves.
The ideal candidate will assist the college in obtaining grant funding to extend the position beyond the initial three years.
Colorado State University (CSU) offers a comprehensive benefits package; including 10 paid holidays, 24 accrued vacation days, and 15 accrued sick leave days per year, enrollment in group health, life and accident insurance, retirement plan options, work injury benefits, disability insurance, and additional opportunities such as free employee study privilege credits. CSU offers paid parental leave, spousal and domestic partner benefits as well.
CSU is not a social security employer. Administrative professional and faculty employees can participate in the Defined Contribution Plan (DCP) or PERA (if eligible) or for a retirement savings. For the DCP, a regular or special appointment employee will receive a CSU match equal to 12% of the pre-tax monthly salary and the employee contributes 8%. For more information about all CSU benefits and privileges, please view the Human Resources web page at: http://www.hrs.colostate.edu/benefits/
The city of Fort Collins offers a pleasant climate with excellent schools and abundant cultural and recreational opportunities nearby. The community of approximately 158,600 is nestled at the base of the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains, 65 miles north of Denver. Fort Collins is routinely recognized by numerous publications as one of the most desirable places to live in the United Sates for its high quality of life measures; see the complete list at: https://www.fcgov.com/visitor/awards.php. For more information about Fort Collins, please visit: https://www.fcgov.com/
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