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Project Coordinator: EPY 101 Pilot Offerings

Per the NFA Contract, Article 10, TMCC is announcing to all eligible Academic and Administrative faculty that a need exists for a Project Coordinator to design and manage a Spring 2022 ‘Retention Seminar’ featuring innovative pilot offerings of EPY 101.


Nov. 4, 2021


Coordinator to lead the development and offering of specialized pilot sections of Educational Leadership and Psychology (EPY) 101 during Spring 2022, with the goal of recapturing struggling students and retaining them to Fall 2022. The Coordinator will also teach one or more sections of the Spring 2022 EPY 101 pilot course in-person (3 credits each, compensated separately).

Scope of Work

Approximately 90 hours, beginning Dec. 1, 2021 and ending May 20, 2022. Planning and preparatory work will occur through Winter Session (12/20/2021–1/13/2022).

Responsibilities and Deliverables

Develop innovative course content reflecting the existing course objectives and learning outcomes, but also focusing closely on themes of self-efficacy, emotional intelligence, growth mindset, and the study of program pathways, awards, and careers. Work with Student Services and Institutional Research to identify eligible students, conduct student outreach and recruitment, work with Admissions & Records to build and enroll 3 to 5 pilot course sections, recruit and support instructors as needed, coordinate instructional resources, monitor student progress and schedule planning, and prepare and report student performance and retention data. Some of the work may be performed remotely with the permission of the Dean, though some meetings will occur on campus, and the Coordinator will teach one or more in-person sections.


Any current full-time or part-time Academic or Administrative faculty member may apply. College-level teaching experience and familiarity with course design are assets. Qualifications to teach EPY 101 include a Master’s degree in Counseling, Education, English, Psychology, Social Work, or a similar field from a regionally accredited college or university.


$5,100. This additional assignment is grant-supported and is not eligible for reassigned time. The payment of a stipend is the only available compensation.

Reports To

The Dean of Business and Social Sciences, and consults with the EPY Coordinator, Erin Frock.

Application Process

Applicants are asked to submit a letter of interest describing special qualifications and background information to Dean Williams by email no later than 5 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 19, 2021.

The letter should be addressed to Amy Williams, Dean of Business and Social Sciences. NOTE: Administrative faculty must include a clear plan for separating the additional assignment work from their regular work time.

Selection Process

The Dean will notify applicants of the hiring decision on or before Nov. 24, 2021.