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PCT Student Success Career Counselor – DOH PCT Grant Program

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Trinity Health

1mo ago

💼 Graduate Job


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  • You need a Bachelor’s degree (Master’s preferred), 2 years higher ed experience, nursing knowledge, strong communication skills, customer service background, tech proficiency, ability to work with diverse populations, and collaborate effectively.
  • You will recruit, support, and provide resources to PCT students, build partnerships with community organizations, attend events to promote the program, and collaborate with various departments to ensure program effectiveness.

Graduate Job



  • Participates in the recruitment of students for a Level-1 and Level-2 patient care technician program funded by a two-year NYS DOH grant to increased training capacity in healthcare facilities across NYS. Additionally, this role will provide support services for PCT trainees along with career coaching to guide them along a healthcare career path. Serve as a professional role model to colleagues and students.


  • Bachelor’s degree required with 2 years’ experience in higher education or related field or will be considered. Master’s degree preferred.
  • Knowledge of nursing and allied health care career fields desirable.
  • Customer service background with strong written and oral communication skills a must.
  • Experience working with and/or recruiting students desirable.
  • Proficiency with technology a plus, including computer skills (Microsoft Office Suite)
  • Proven ability to collect information and provide holistic and coordinated student support strategies.
  • Ability to communicate and work well with diverse populations.
  • Excellent interpersonal, planning, teamwork, and organizational skills
  • Ability to collaborate effectively with students, colleagues, and outside constituents.

Education requirements


Area of Responsibilities



  • Recruit Level 1 and Level-2 PCT students from diverse populations within the community.
  • Initiate and develop relationships with community organizations to inform and promote the PCT training program.
  • Attend events at high schools, career fairs, and other local/organizations/events to assist HR Talent Acquisition and share information on the PCT training program.
  • Provide long term continual support to program participants to ensure retention and foster career development.
  • Provide tools (computer access, study tips, skill supplies, etc.) necessary for trainees to be successful.
  • Present supportive services to trainees utilizing employee benefits or community resources.
  • Work collaboratively with College of Nursing Admissions personnel, College of Nursing Student Success Coordinator, Clinical Education, and hospital-based colleagues to facilitate practice in the hospital setting and to facilitate successful transition from student to fully engaged PCT.
  • Assist in data collection to evaluate program effectiveness and enhance the experience.


Work type

Part time

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