Position title
AIM Mentoring Coordinator/Professional Tutor

As part of the AIM Grant, the Mentoring Coordinator/Professional Tutor will:
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.
13. Provide individual and group tutoring assistance to students, including, but not limited to, subject
specific content, study skills, and college success strategies.
14. Facilitate labs and workshops to develop writing, word processing, study, and other academic
15. Maintain and update confidential files and records, ensuring that ethical and legal guidelines are
16. Research and select learning materials, textbooks, software, and equipment to facilitate tutoring;
may design specific handouts and study materials.
17. Assist students and instructors with electronic tutor programs like TutorMe.
18. Participate in tutoring program evaluations as well as assessing student learning outcomes of
workshops and services.
19. Collect data relevant for reporting student use of tutoring and generate reports that assist in the
evaluation of student outcomes, as well as reporting required information as requested.
20. Promote academic success services to students and faculty through classroom visits, campus
events, flyers, email, and other digital and print mediums.
21. Demonstrate commitment and ability to develop equitable and inclusive learning environments.

Minimum Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited institution
• Excellent oral and written communication skills
• Strong knowledge of English subject
• A demonstrated commitment to sensitivity in working with Hispanic, first-generation, and lowincome students, preferably in a college setting

Preferred Qualifications:
• Experience developing programming for students, including workshops and facilitating single and
group tutoring
• Experience working in higher education, overseeing student-focused programming, and providing
direct support to students
• Experience with software, educational tools, and/or computer programs
• Demonstrated commitment/evidence to supporting and serving diverse student populations with
special emphasis on first-generation, low-income, and students of color
• Demonstrate interpersonal skills to build positive relationships with program participants
• A demonstrated commitment to rural community college

$29,000 – $32,000 annually with an excellent benefit package including PERA retirement, health, vision, dental and life
insurance. Paid annual and sick leave.
9-month position (166 days per academic year)

For consideration, an applicant file must contain:
1. Cover letter that addresses the minimum and preferred qualifications
2. Resume
3. Copies of transcripts (A.A., B.A., and M.A.)
4. Names, addresses, and phone numbers of 3 professional references

October 6, 2023


This position is funded through a Title V, Developing Hispanic-Serving Institutions Program (DHSI), for five years beginning October 1, 2020. Any grant funded position with future employment will be contingent upon funding.

Submit Application Packet To:
Otero College
Attn: Ashley Aragon
Assistant Director of Human Resources
1802 Colorado Ave
La Junta, CO 81050
FAX: (719) 384-6947
Or Email To: ashley.aragon@otero.edu
Inquiries May Be Directed To:
Ashley Aragon
(719) 384-6858

Job Location
1802 Colorado Avenue, La Junta, CO, 81050
Employment Type
$29,000-$32,000 Per year
Date posted
September 19, 2023
Valid through
October 6, 2023
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