Position title
AIM Grant Mentoring Coordinator


  1. Develop faculty/staff and peer mentoring programs.
  2. Identify faculty/staff and peer mentors and mentees.
  3. Develop and provide training for faculty/staff and peer mentors.
  4. Provide ongoing support to mentors by hosting education workshops to mentors at least once per semester (Fall & Spring).
  5. Assess the individual needs of mentees and pair them with suitable mentors.
  6. Assist with programming as needed.
  7. Track participation including developing tools for tracking time spent mentoring.
  8. Assist with project reporting and data collection related to mentoring activities.
  9. Maintain participant records and monitor student progress/performance.
  10. Coordinate other events and workshops on topics relating to student success.
  11. Enhance program by collecting and analyzing feedback from mentors and mentees to gauge satisfaction, effectiveness, and success at the end of each semester.
  12. Prepare, edit, and distribute monthly AIM newsletter


  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • A demonstrated commitment/evidence of sensitivity in working with Hispanic, first generation, and low-income students, preferably in a college setting


  • Experience developing programming for students, including workshops and career exploration
  • Experience working in higher education and overseeing student-focused programming
  • Experience in a similar higher education project providing direct support to students
  • Demonstrate interpersonal skills to build positive relationships with program participants
  • A demonstrated commitment to rural community college
  • A background profile similar to that of the participants of the program


Part-Time position: $22.00 per hour, not to exceed 28 hours per week

166 days per academic year

Eligible for sick leave 


For consideration, an applicant file must contain:

  1. Cover letter addressing the minimum and preferred qualifications
  2. Resume
  3. Names and phone numbers of three professional references
  4. Copy of unofficial transcripts

Please submit the application file to:

Ashley Aragon

Assistant Director of Human Resources

Otero College

via email at ashley.aragon@otero.edu

719 384-6858

Application Deadline:  First Review of Applications will be October 24, 2023

Open Until Filled

Job Location
1802 Colorado Avenue, La Junta, CO, 81050, USA
Job Type
Employment Type
$22.00 Per hour
Date posted
October 18, 2023
Valid through
October 24, 2023
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Position: AIM Grant Mentoring Coordinator

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