Part-Time Associate (managerial)

Hills borough Community College

About the organization

Founded in 1968, HCC is currently the fifth largest community college in Florida’s State College System, serving more than 43,000 students each year at its five campuses, three centers and online platform. HCC offers more than 200 academic options including the associate in art and associate in science degrees, college credit certificates, postsecondary adult vocational certificates, advanced technical diplomas and certificates, as well as continuing education and lifelong learning courses. The College has an annual budget of over $135 million and employs more than 2,200.


This position develops, refines, and implements effective student retention strategies and programs, including working one-on-one with students to develop individual two-year course plans that include degree objective, and address transfer issues for destination universities.

In addition:

Organizes substantive, ongoing, orientation programming, including delivering arrival orientations and co-teaching semester-length orientation seminar for first-year F-1 students,

Develops and sustains student leadership programming with priority on integrating U.S. and international students.

Nurtures relationships with sister 4-year colleges/universities to encourage students’ persistence and completion (including transfer) and

Tracks and monitors statistical results on retention, graduation, and achievement of students’ personal and academic goals.


Prefer applicants with experience:

Developing, refining, and implementing effective F-1 international student retention strategies and programs,

Promoting the personal development of students and acquisition of life skills needed to adjust to a different culture,

Delivering substantive and ongoing orientation programming,

Teaching at a community college or university serving diverse student populations,

Promoting student access to integrated student services,

Creating a culture in a higher education context that promotes intercultural learning,

Tracking, monitoring, and reporting statistical results on retention, graduation, and student learning,

Working collaboratively with faculty and academic and student service departments and

Understanding immigration regulations and changes in government policy as they concern F-1 international students.

A Master’s degree, foreign language proficiency, and experience living in another country are added pluses.


$18.40 - $24.75 hourly

Application instructions

Contact email: [email protected]

For full consideration, submit a cover letter and resume in addition to required HCC application.

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