$24.72-$30.62 hourly / $4,284.76-$5,308.08 monthly / $51,417.12-$63,696.96 annual
This position is only used for the duration of a specially funded program and will be terminated when the program funding ends. Funding source is part of the job title.
Performs a variety of specialized technical duties related to the office operations of a specially funded program.
Depending on the assigned program, an incumbent may perform a combination of the following duties:
Assists in establishing program standards and goals and in the evaluation of program results.
Assists students in identifying and developing educational, career and/or vocational needs and goals; provides support services to students in assigned program areas.
Makes presentations to college students, local high schools, parents, and community groups about programs offered by the college.
Processes program participant cases including conducting intake screening and interviews to obtain information used in determining initial and continuing eligibility for various programs and services; providing information about and making referrals to programs and services in areas such as child care, job placement, career and educational counseling, housing, and financial aid: preparing case notes, progress reports, and student verifications.
Maintains liaison with community agencies to promote programs and services.
Effectively utilizes computer software to create, edit, and translate data into reports and graphic formats.
Collects data, reconciles discrepancies, and prepares descriptive, statistical, and evaluative reports related to assigned program areas.
Attends various meetings, job fairs, and outreach events to provide students or potential students with information regarding occupational training, educational programs, and program policies, procedures, and requirements.
Assists in the coordination and production of student events, programs, training workshops, publications, special services, and/or other related functions.
Oversees the operations of one or more instructional laboratory(ies) including the set up and maintenance of equipment in assigned laboratories and providing instructional assistance to students.
Schedules and monitors a variety of test programs utilized in academic achievement, vocational, or interest assessments; scores and provides input in the evaluation of test instruments; maintains records of individual and group test results.
Designs questionnaires, selects samples, and conducts surveys among community populations to assess needs, interests, relevant background information, and resources for special interest programs.
Assists in coordinating and participating in orientation and counseling programs by presenting and distributing informational materials, conducting or arranging for tours, scheduling student/counselor conferences, and arranging for presentations by faculty members.
Participates in the design and writing of bulletins, brochures, news releases, and other materials to publicize or provide information on college programs and services.
Prepares and processes operational documents related to budgeting, purchasing, personnel, payroll, contracts, and other administrative activities including inputting and reconciling invoices, purchase orders, and contracts and processing budget transfers and reimbursements.
Monitors and verifies the accuracy of budget expenditures; reviews records and source documents to identify discrepancies and determine corrective entries to account balances; assists in the preparation of the annual budget of assigned program.
Classifies accounting transactions and records account entries and maintains, reconciles, and closes accounts associated with program budget.
Answers inquiries from administrators, faculty, vendors, and students regarding encumbrances, expenditures, account balances, and accounting procedures and policies.
Assists in the selection, orientation, and training of program staff.
Assists in the maintenance of program participants’ files and records.
Assists in college transfer procedures and the scheduling of classes.
Performs related duties as assigned.
An SFP-Program Technician performs a variety of specialized technical duties related to the implementation and day-to-day administration of a specially funded program.
An SFP-Program Specialist develops, implements, promotes, and evaluates an assigned small program, a portion of a larger specially funded program, or performs a variety of technical computer support duties in support of the office operations of a specially funded program.
An SFP-Program Office Assistant performs general and/or specialized clerical duties in support of the daily office operations of a specially funded program.
General supervision is received from an academic or classified supervisor or administrator. May provide work direction to assigned program staff.
Depending on the assigned duties, an incumbent is required to possess a combination of the following qualifications:
Mission, objectives, and goals of assigned program area
Eligibility requirements of assigned program area
Community resources, organizations, and services common to community colleges
Basic educational and vocational advisory techniques
District policies and procedures related to general administrative and business transactions
Basic elementary descriptive statistics
Educational subject matter of assigned area
Basic public relations and marketing techniques
Computer software such as word-processing, spreadsheet, database management, and desktop publishing
Standard accounting codes, classification, and terminology
Methods used in maintaining accounts
Principles of business English, punctuation, spelling, and grammatical usage
Capabilities of computer, systems, software, and hardware used in the management of a specially funded program
Understand, interpret, and apply laws, regulations, and procedures pertaining to assigned program
Communicate effectively with individuals from various ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds and different levels of academic achievement
Gather and impart program related information tactfully and accurately
Effectively utilize computer equipment in the performance of duties
Prepare clear, comprehensive, and effective reports, correspondence, publicity materials, and oral presentations
Work effectively and cooperatively with students, staff, faculty, and the public
Provide technical assistance to others
Apply various accounting practices and procedures
Perform arithmetical computations accurately
Gather and compile statistical and financial data
Keep information confidential
Maintain a variety of logs, files, and records
Meet schedules and deadlines
Critically review source data and detect and correct errors
Give clear and concise instructions
Learn basics of budget preparation
Learn specialized computer applications
Any combination of experience and education that would likely provide the required knowledge, and abilities would be qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required knowledge and abilities would be:
A. An associate’s degree or its equivalent from a recognized college or university with coursework in sociology, psychology, counseling, adult education, business administration, computer applications and office technology (CAOT), public relations, computer science, or a related field.
B. Graduation from high school or its equivalent AND two years of full-time paid experience related to the assigned duties of the position.
A valid Class “C” California driver's license may be required for some positions. Travel to locations throughout the District may be required for some positions.
Our class specification generally describes the duties, responsibilities, and requirements characteristic of the position(s) within this job class. The duties, responsibilities, and requirements of a particular position within this class may vary from the duties of other positions within the class.
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Los Angeles Community College District provides reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with covered disabilities on a case-by-case basis throughout the application, examination, and hiring processes and throughout employment. If an individual is in doubt about his or her ability to perform the duties and responsibilities of a position or possession of any other requirement noted in a class specification or job announcement, he or she should always apply for a position and request reasonable accommodation at the appropriate time.