Academic Associate Job Description

Academic Associate Job Description

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Academic associate provides strategic leadership for Student Accounts, Student Financial Management Center and Student Financial Aid while ensuring compliance with University policies and procedures as well as state and federal laws.

Academic Associate Duties & Responsibilities

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Sample responsibilities for this position include:

Provide leadership in development and administration of institute-wide policies and procedures as related to academic matters
Coordinate with supervisor, staff, and the University to develop safety oversight and risk management procedures and support program training for students and faculty
Provide leadership for the Professors of Distinction policy and process for NC State, including working with the Office of University Advancement, college and department leadership, and the Provost to assure that new Professorships are established and filled appropriately, that appointments comply with UNC General Administration and NC State policies, and that reports regarding these Professorships are accurate
Serve as a backup to the Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs and Assistant Vice Provost for Academic Affairs in support of the reappointment, promotion, and tenure (RPT) process, including answering questions related to the institution’s RPT policies, regulations, and rules, assisting in reviews of dossiers for compliance with applicable policies, regulations, and rules, or researching individual cases as requested by the Provost or Vice Provost
Serving on or liaising to University and College committees
Manages programs and services that provide health professions advising to undergraduates and alumni through individual appointments, drop-in sessions, workshops, presentations, outreach advising, and email and phone conversations regarding health professions admissions criteria, shadowing, research and experiential clinical opportunities, in compliance with all associated policies, rules and regulations
Develop and maintain partnerships with individuals, schools and academic units across the University in order to facilitate effective community-engaged scholarship and service-learning
Collaborate internally, in the community, with Nashman Center and Office of Diversity, Equity and Community Engagement (ODECE) colleagues, and with other University departments to develop new service opportunities and coordinate with existing initiatives
Serve as the Provost’s liaison to the NC State Board of Trustees’ University Affairs Committee when the Assistant Vice Provost for Academic Affairs is unavailable, including submitting agenda items and materials, assisting the Provost and Committee Chair with pre-meeting preparations, and attending the meeting and taking minutes
Administer the UMass-MSP collective bargaining agreement and other policies related to academic personnel, including meeting regularly with union representatives, informally resolving disputes related to academic personnel, representing the chancellor in grievance proceedings and arbitrations

Academic Associate Qualifications

Qualifications for a job description may include education, certification, and experience.

Licensing or Certifications for Academic Associate

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Education for Academic Associate

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Employers hiring for the academic associate job most commonly would prefer for their future employee to have a relevant degree such as Bachelor's and Associate Degree in Administration, Leadership, Education, Nursing, The College, Graduate, Teaching, Writing, Educational Administration, College of Nursing

Skills for Academic Associate

Desired skills for academic associate include:

Academic process and university structure
Trends and best practices in higher education and prior learning assessment
Progressive responsibility in the area of student conduct at an institution of higher education
Inventory/record keeping
Budget and appropriation structure
Experience with procedures regarding purchasing
Purchasing cards
Purchasing contracts
Research and experimental platforms for analyzing

Desired experience for academic associate includes:

Provide leadership on matters related to curricular affairs, program and course development, review and approval, and unit programmatic reviews, at the undergraduate and graduate levels
Provide leadership on accreditation including coordination of Middle States accreditation and membership, and advising schools and departments on specialized professional accreditation processes (e.g., NASAD, NAAB, CIDA, etc)
Provide leadership in student learning assessment including standards, development of assessment plans, and annual assessment reports
Lead evaluation and improvement of administrative processes supporting academic programming and services
Supervise the Registrar and Director of Education Abroad, oversee operations of the respective functions and intercede as necessary to ensure efficient and appropriate management of personnel and operations
Contribute to Institute strategic planning efforts and initiatives

Academic Associate Examples


Academic Associate Job Description

Job Description Example
Our growing company is looking for an academic associate. To join our growing team, please review the list of responsibilities and qualifications.
Responsibilities for academic associate
  • Serve as Academic Liaison to Munson Williams Proctor Institute
  • Assist the Provost by representing him/her at internal and external meetings and events
  • Assist the Provost by chairing, convening and/or serving on committees, task forces, councils
  • Assist the Provost by performing duties and conducting special assignments, including but not limited to research projects and coordination of academic conferences and workshops
  • Manage the Center's daily operations and facilities and oversee programming and administrative tasks in the Director's absence
  • Represents the AAC with meeting of different campus groups and administrative unites
  • Oversee the recruitment, training and ongoing support of academic advisors
  • Oversee and contribute to the development of online training modules related to all aspects of the advisor training process
  • Develop programming for first and second year students that address important developmental issues and that help students more fully explore and integrate their academic, personal, and professional goals
  • Contribute to efforts to integrate the anticipated e-portfolio system with academic advising and training advisors on its use
Qualifications for academic associate
  • Developing programs in areas of interest to enhance the overall quality of academic advising
  • Serve as the academic advisor for first and second year students (up to 24 total) and providing back up advising as needed
  • Coordinate communication activities within the AAC including the weekly e-newsletter for students and advisors
  • A variety of other tasks related to the ongoing operation of the Academic Advising Center
  • Provide individual personal/academic counseling to students
  • Provide support and professional development for faculty to promote service-learning teaching and community-based research and other community-engaged scholarship

Academic Associate Job Description

Job Description Example
Our growing company is looking to fill the role of academic associate. To join our growing team, please review the list of responsibilities and qualifications.
Responsibilities for academic associate
  • Provides highest level of customer service when consulting with and guiding department administrators and staff on matters related to academic policies and procedures
  • Assist Director, Faculty & University Initiatives with special projects and other duties as assigned
  • Drafts offer letters for all new academic personnel hires, including tenured/tenure track, contingent faculty, and academic professionals, in coordination with CLAS deans and Office of the University Provost
  • Cultivates productive working relationships and effective communication with multiple college and university partners
  • Coordinate service-learning partnerships and promote engagement with community partners
  • Conduct awareness activities and events, including an Academic Service-Learning Symposium at the end of Fall and Spring semesters
  • Recruit and supervise graduate and undergraduate student staff, possibly AmeriCorps Volunteers in Service to America (VISTAs), in order to support all academic service-learning initiatives
  • Publicize activities to internal and external audiences and participate in dissemination activities regionally, nationally and internationally
  • Communicate regularly with faculty on topics related to faculty professional development, civic engagement and Academic Service-Learning
  • Support resource development, publications
Qualifications for academic associate
  • Performs other work-related duties as assigned to support the mission of the Nashman Center and the Office of Diversity, Equity and Community Engagement
  • Deliver on-site presentations and facilitated working sessions with senior academic and business leadership presenting findings and developing ongoing continuous improvement
  • Bachelor's degree or level of experience
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills, including strong grammar and writing/editing skills
  • Problem-solving minded
  • Desire to work in a collaborative team environment in an academic setting

Academic Associate Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is looking for an academic associate. To join our growing team, please review the list of responsibilities and qualifications.
Responsibilities for academic associate
  • Works with the Provost to advance the strategic priorities of the University and the division
  • Ensures effective communication between the Provost’s Office and all other University divisions, the CSU Chancellor’s Office, and the external community
  • Working collaboratively with ASA team leads, directs and coordinates daily operations for the development and implementation of a suite of undergraduate achievement and student success programs, resources, and workshops targeting the needs of the undergraduate student population
  • Analyzes retention and other student data to develop protocol(s), enrichment activities, and strategies for engaging with students for whom traditional retention programs have not been successful
  • Oversees and participates in planning, developing and administering all program budgets
  • Oversees the Engineering Tutoring Center and tutoring services to ensure student needs are effectively met
  • Supervises, hires, trains, and evaluates assigned staff
  • Benchmarks, develops, and implements first year programs and student success programs for both freshman and transfer student populations
  • Acts in place of the Director on topics/issues regarding Student Success in that person’s absence
  • Serve as the campus's principal negotiator in collective bargaining with MSP
Qualifications for academic associate
  • Experience leading academic achievement and student success programs such as Residential Community experiences, New Student Orientation, Fall Welcome, Tutoring, Study Groups
  • Demonstrated understanding of data analysis and experience with My Reports (or other types of data warehouses)
  • Cultural competency and sensitivity to students of diverse backgrounds
  • General knowledge of principles of organization, administration and management
  • Working knowledge of statistical methods, administrative survey principles and techniques and skill in application
  • Good problem solving and priority setting skills, maintaining overall positive, outgoing and professional attitude

Academic Associate Job Description

Job Description Example
Our innovative and growing company is hiring for an academic associate. Please review the list of responsibilities and qualifications. While this is our ideal list, we will consider candidates that do not necessarily have all of the qualifications, but have sufficient experience and talent.
Responsibilities for academic associate
  • Work with Provost and Cabinet to identify funding sources for University and Academic Affairs initiatives
  • Supervise all budgetary procedures and processes related to compensation, classroom maintenance, and technological support
  • Conduct statewide reviews of demographic and recruitment trends and their fiscal implications for the university and work with the Cabinet to use that information to guide enrollment management and student recruitment
  • Work with the AVP for Academic Programs to review demand for academic programs and support new program development to meet demand as appropriate to the university mission
  • Work closely with the University Budget Officer on fiscal matters
  • Work closely with Deans, Departments, Information Technology, University Scheduling and Faculty Governance to assess the use of instructional space, and to implement programs to improve the utilization of instructional space
  • Oversee the ongoing implementation and expansion of the Academic Personnel Workflow System, an online development used for the routing and approval of most academic personnel actions, including all promotion and tenure applications
  • Provide ad-hoc advice to the provost, deans, and department chairs/heads regarding faculty and librarians
  • Collaborate with campus information technology and institutional research offices to advance the collection, storage, and reporting of data related to academic personnel
  • Supervise academic personnel staff
Qualifications for academic associate
  • Ability to build and sustain excellent relationships with diverse people on and off campus
  • Ability to serve as the prime contact for EDvance SF
  • Current knowledge of the child care workforce, the early childhood education community, and professional development resources in San Francisco
  • Ability to develop programing and activities
  • Demonstrated program leadership skills
  • 3 years' of progressively responsible program administration and management experience in the early child care and education field

Academic Associate Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is growing rapidly and is looking for an academic associate. Please review the list of responsibilities and qualifications. While this is our ideal list, we will consider candidates that do not necessarily have all of the qualifications, but have sufficient experience and talent.
Responsibilities for academic associate
  • Provide individual personal/academic coaching to students
  • Oversee planning, coordination, implementation, and evaluation of a variety of academic support services for students throughout the academic year to facilitate their adjustment to and success with the MBA program, case method pedagogy, and class participation strategies
  • Serve as primary resource for international students regarding acculturation, transition, language, academic and social challenges through individual and group interactions over the course of the academic year
  • Participate in a 24/7 on call rotation for sexual assault survivor response
  • Provide leadership and direction for advising services and exploration and engagement activities for the pre-engineering student population
  • Develop and implement processes to assess advising and student engagement achievements
  • Provide academic advising to pre-engineering students with a focus on more complex situations such as students on academic probation, transfer students, and students integrating multiple academic objectives
  • Perform duties as assigned by the Associate Dean to support the broader goals of Academic Affairs
  • Oversees the drafting of speeches, remarks, talking points, articles, opinion editorials, and other commentary by the dean
  • Ensures that assigned projects and initiatives are completed successfully in a timely, effective, and impactful manner
Qualifications for academic associate
  • Experience teaching college level child development coursework
  • Bachelors in Early Childhood Education or related degree
  • 4 years' experience in early care and education with increasing responsibilities from teaching to directing
  • 1 year experience instructing college level child development coursework
  • 2 year experience of program management with the EDvance SF or other pathway programs for the early childhood education field
  • Demonstrated ability to maintain relationships with Jumpstart and Metro Academies programs

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