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Compensation commensurate with education and experience. Company offers an excellent benefit program including a comprehensive medical plan with low contribution amounts for our employees, dental and vision plans at no cost for our employees, generous paid time off plans, a 14% University contribution to our 403(b) retirement plan, tuition assistance for our employees and dependents, free access to our Campus Recreation Center and workout facilities, and flexible work schedules and wellness programs. These are current benefit levels subject to future changes.
This is a full-time position.
First consideration will be given to those who apply by June 3, 2020.
Master’s Degree in Education (or equivalent combination of education and experience).
Minimum of two years of experience in an educational setting.
Demonstrated skill in working with students to achieve educational goals.
Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate effectively with students.
Ability to work collaboratively with academic colleagues in development of academic advising protocol and programs to retain students in their first year of college and move them into their major course of study.
Possess strong technical and database skills.
Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Ability to communicate effectively with others.
Minimum of two years advising or counseling experience in an educational setting including use and interpretation of career exploration tools.
Career Development Facilitator (“CDF”) certificate and/or coursework in major and career exploration.
Experience with an integrated student record system.
Unless otherwise required by an applicable collective bargaining agreement, all minimum, additional and desired qualifications are preferred, but qualifications, degrees, and/or experience deemed comparable and/or equivalent by Company in its sole and exclusive discretion may be considered.
The mission of the First Year Center is to reach out to all incoming students to develop a best fit choice major, create a graduation plan, and identify and assist students facing challenges along the way. Each academic adviser in the First Year Advising Center will manage a caseload of students and will assist them in all facets of academic planning and transition to college life. Each adviser in the First Year Advising Center will serve as a liaison to a professional school or the College of Arts and Sciences to insure effective communication in the interest of student progress and engagement. Each adviser will have a role in retention initiatives at the departmental and university-wide level.
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