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General Purpose and Scope of the position:
The Assistant Director of Student Success and Retention position is responsible for the implementation and oversight of campus coaching and mentoring programs for students along with collaborating with both internal staff/faculty and external agencies that support student success. This position also serves as an academic success coach who delivers holistic, intrusive coaching to a caseload of students through degree completion. The Assistant Director is a resource, liaison, and advocate for a diverse population of students, faculty, staff, parents, families, and community partners to support and contribute to student success at Company.
•Serves as an academic success coach who delivers coaching for a caseload of over 300 students; Form a relationship that will last the student’s entire time in college; Review academic progress and refer students to appropriate campus services; Maintain accurate tracking data for each assigned student in the management information system software; this includes tracking all coaching sessions (attended and non-attended), phone calls, text messages, and emails.
Organize and oversee the campus wide coaching program; Work with students, staff, and faculty to implement, carry out, and assess the program.
Serve as a resource for students needing additional support through academic success coaching.
Work collaboratively with staff and faculty across the College to identify and align the coaching program with support, opportunities, services and referrals for student success.
Collect campus needs data; Provide targeted outreach and trainings to faculty, staff, and students based on campus needs data; Participate in the assessment of retention needs and the design of programs and communication strategies to address the identified needs.
Collaborate with the Director of Student Success and Retention, Academic Affairs, and Student Affairs to develop and implement other initiatives and programs related to retention and student success.
The above list of duties is not to be construed as an exhaustive list. Other duties logically associated with the position may be assigned. All responsibilities will be conducted within the parameters of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).
Bachelor’s degree and 1-3 years post-degree experience required; master’s degree in higher education, student development, counseling and guidance, social work, or a related field preferred; experience providing non-clinical case management, academic success coaching, and outreach at an institution of higher education preferred. Must demonstrate the ability to take initiative and make decisions.
Interpersonal skills, attention to detail and the ability to handle major projects simultaneously are required. Outstanding oral and written communication skills are required. Strong computer skills are essential. Must be available on some evenings and weekends.
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