Children’s Cabinet Youth Build Project Coordinator

Per the NFA Contract, Article 9, TMCC is announcing to all eligible Academic and Administrative faculty that a need exists for a Children’s Cabinet Youth Build Project Coordinator


Aug. 21, 2023


The Children’s Cabinet (CC) Youth Build Grant is a partnership in which TMCC will deliver Multi-craft Core Curriculum (MC3) designed to introduce students to the building trades including construction, welding, HVAC and refrigeration. TMCC will train up to three cohorts of 20 students for the life of the grant with expires Sept. 30, 2026 with options for students to continue their training in any of the trades. Students completing the program will earn OSHA 10 and CPR certification and up to 12 college credits. Credits can be used to fulfill requirements of a general TMCC Certificate of Achievement or Associate’s Degree or applied toward requirements of an Apprenticeship.

Scope of Work

This is an assignment requiring additional work days/hours outside of regular contract days and including times as needed during winter semester to fulfill duties. It is expected that this position will work up to 15 hours per week. This assignment will begin on or around Sept. 25, 2023 and end May 31, 2024. This assignment will not automatically renew annually. The primary work site will be at the William N. Pennington Center of Applied Technology at 475 Edison Way.

Responsibilities and Deliverables 

Project Coordination Duties

Working collaboratively with CC and TMCC faculty and staff the coordinator will be responsible for successful implementation of the Youth Build Project for the 2024 academic year. Duties include, but are not limited to coordinating facilities reservations, working with the Department Chair and Dean to schedule classes, working with the Executive Assistant to execute instructional contracts and procure materials, coordinate OSHA 10 and CPR training certifications, monitor program progress, providing required information for students to receive MC3 certification.

Student Services Duties

Provide intake, orientation, matriculation and registration services to participants (application for admissions, minor participation forms), oversee matriculation into additional approved training programs in welding, HVAC and refrigeration, coordinate or provide program tours, student progress documentation to CC, connect students to career exploration, financial aid or scholarship applications, and other student services.


The ideal candidate for this assignment will demonstrate acumen for project management and coordination, possess exemplary listening, written and oral communication skills, have an understanding of TMCC student services processes including admissions, registration and applications for financial aid or scholarships, and familiarity with TMCC’s building trades and technical sciences programs.


This position will be paid $30/hour.

Reports To

Dr. Kimberley Harrell

Application Process

Eligible faculty will submit a letter of interest describing special qualifications and relevant experience no later than 5 p.m. on Sept. 18, 2023.

The letter should be addressed to Dr. Kimberley Harrell, Dean of Technical Sciences. Note: Administrative faculty must include a documented plan for separation of the additional assignment work from regular work time.

Selection Process

The Dean of Technical Sciences will notify applicants of the hiring decision on or before Sept. 25, 2023.