* Special Note: This position is only used for the duration of a categorically funded program and will be terminated when the program ends.
Under the supervision of the Vice President of Student Services and/or assigned administrator, the EOPS/CARE Guided Pathways Counselor provides comprehensive counseling services to community college students from diverse backgrounds regarding degree and vocational education program planning, university transfer planning, education, career decision, goal clarification and personal life management, and other duties assigned. The EOPS/CARE Guided Pathways Counselor is a member of an integrated college team providing individual academic, career, and related support to an assigned group of college students as they progress through the program. The EOPS/CARE Guided Pathways Counselor will also administer comprehensive services supporting the assigned program or area, which provides a supportive, caring environment of educational and career services to students. Responsibilities include academic and career advising, ensuring students follow their approved course of study; reviewing grade reports and contacting students as needed for follow-up services; developing workshops on a wide range of topics and other activities ensuring student success within the program. The assignment also includes participation in the governance process through work in professional activities, committee work, and student activities. The assignment may involve day, evening, and weekend assignments.