ACCSC's Volunteer Coordinator serves as the Commission staff responsible for recruiting, training, and overseeing the Commission’s vast network of volunteers, providing support during quarterly Commission meetings, and conducting on-site evaluations.
Duties and Responsibilities • Recruit volunteers for the Board, External Review Committees, Nominating Committee, Appeals Panel, and on-site evaluations • Organize and execute 2-3 on-site evaluation volunteer training workshops per year and coordinate ongoing training, such as webinars, as necessary • Serve as staff coordinator/liaison for the Nominating Committee to include on-boarding new Commissioners • Process and track on-site evaluation materials: Commission Representative; Team Leader; Education Specialist; Occupation Specialist; Accredited schools (as applicable) • Develop a profound understanding of ACCSC’s processes and procedures, the ACCSC Standards of Accreditation, and be able to discuss requirements with key constituents • Keep detailed records regarding the scheduling, logistics, and volunteer information and communicate this information regularly with Accreditation Coordinators • Attend quarterly Commission meetings to serve as a note taker and letter writer • Conduct a minimum of six (6) on-site evaluations per year o Schedule, plan, and execute the on-site evaluation process for assigned schools o Along with the on-site evaluation team, prepare a team summary report for each assigned school which serves as the official record of the team's observations and findings during the on-site evaluation o Provide any follow-up, assistance, or interpretive guidance on accreditation standards to schools after the on-site evaluation is complete
Qualifications • Bachelor’s degree required and 3-5 years professional office experience required • Travel each month is required • Must hold a valid driver’s license • Strong analytical and auditing skills with the ability to synthesize data and report accurate information • Must be able to communicate effectively to various constituents (team members, volunteers, school administration, students, etc.) • Ability to self-motivate and multi-task while working on various projects • Ability to work with confidential material in a collegial manner • Must be professional, team oriented, self-disciplined, and possess strong relationship and conflict resolution skills • Excellent writing, editing, and word processing skills • Proficiency in Microsoft Office • Conversational fluency in Spanish would provide an advantage in the job • Additional duties and responsibilities as assigned
Additional Salary Information: The job requires the employee to be work from ACCSC’s Arlington office. To apply interested candidates should submit a letter of interest, resume and salary requirements.
About Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges
For more than 35 years, ACCSC has been at the forefront of establishing and advancing quality education at private, postsecondary career schools and colleges. ACCSC is recognized by the United States Department of Education as a private, non-profit, independent accrediting agency. ACCSC’s goal is to ensure a high standard of educational quality in the career schools we accredit, by requiring compliance with industry accepted standards and adherence to ethical business practices. ACCSC is dedicated to ensuring this quality education for more than 400,000 students who annually pursue career education at more than 760 accredited institutions.