“The FSM is currently under lockdown or heavily restricted for certain types of travel internationally and between states due to the
Covid19 pandemic. All candidates as a condition of employment to be hired must be physically present on Yap Proper Island, at least two
weeks before the start of the employment period. If a candidate is selected but cannot meet this requirement this offer may be
Class Definition: Under the supervision of the Vice President for Enrollment Management and Student
Services and Campus Dean, the student services coordinator is responsible effective coordination, delivery, and enhancement of student
support services and activities at the campus. Student support services include finical aid, admissions and records, guidance and counseling
and tutoring services, safety & security, health services, and student sports and recreational activities, student clubs and
1. Plan, organize, and direct the daily operations of student support
services units and all other related functions or areas in enrollment management and student services at the campus in coordination or
collaboration with the VPEMSS, FAO, OARR, Counseling and DSL at the National Campus.
2. Plan, organize, direct and administer
activities and services that support students in assigned areas and ensure that such activities and services remain with budgetary limit.
Ensure the seamless delivery of support services, activities, programs for students through cooperative, collaboratively, and timely efforts
with academic and administrative services units.
3. Work closely and effectively with other college departments, academic programs,
and administrative units to actively contribute to initiatives and efforts designed to foster student success, attract and retain students,
and deliver quality student support services and activities.
4. Represents the college on- and off-campus to prospective students,
parents, secondary school counselors and other individuals or organizations involved in the college selection process. Plans and implements
recruitment activities for prospective students including assisting in the administration of the college’s entrance tests and other
5. Assess and evaluate student support services, activities, programs for the purpose of carrying out and achieving
objectives, continuous quality improvement and meeting accreditations standards and other requirements. Maintain data bases on student
participation level and program/services outcomes.
6. Hire, orient, and supervise student support services staff by performing such
things as: direct, schedule, provide performance feedback, evaluate, suggest professional development, and where necessary, discipline
direct reports and contracted employees.
7. Assist in formulating and administering of the college’s policies and procedures
including but by any means not limited to short –term and long term-plans and objectives.
8. Address student complaints and
conduct investigations as required. Service in the student disciplinary process.
9. Deal regularly with and represent the college
with a variety of individuals and groups in the community, in carrying out various public relations and promotional activities, coordinating
and scheduling student services activities and programs including providing information about these programs and activities.
an inclusive leadership role in preparing and delivering student orientations, registration. Commencement exercises, and other related
11. Liaise with the college’s student body association at the campus including student clubs and organizations.
12. Perform other works and duties as assigned.
Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree
in in psychology, higher education administration, student affairs or related field from a US accredited institution and five 
years’ work experience in student support services, student affairs, counseling and advising or related experience in a higher
education environment. Foreign credentials must be equated to US standards using World Education Services athttp://www.wes.org. Demonstrated commitment to student success. Must have proficiency in computers; good oral and
written communication skills; assessment and evaluation in student support services; supervisory skills, team work ability and cultural
sensitivity are essential.
Contact: Applications are available at the College of Micronesia–FSM Human
Resources Office, state campus sites or at the website at www.comfsm.fm.
Interested candidates must submit the
Documents are to be submitted electronically to [email protected] (preferably as PDF attachments) or mailed to:
College of Micronesia-FSM
P. O. Box 159
Pohnpei FM 96941
(U.S Postal Service domestic rates
apply in the Federated States of Micronesia.)
Applications will be accepted until May 3, 2022 followed by
screening by the committee. Official and hard copies of college transcripts are require to be mailed directly from schools to HRO when a
candidate is being considered.
The College reserves the right to request or require from any applicant additional documentation or
certification in addition to the minimum requirements stated in this advertisement in order to be considered for this position. All persons
applying must meet or exceed any additional qualifications required in the COM-FSM Personnel Policy Manual.
The College of
Micronesia–FSM is an equal opportunity employer.
FSM Citizens are encouraged to apply