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07/2016 present
Boston, MA
Coordinator of Academic Services
Boston, MA
Coordinator of Academic Services
07/2016 present
Boston, MA
Coordinator of Academic Services
07/2016 present
  • Develop and maintain COB alumni database and manage alumni relations at the college level
  • Assists Department chairs in providing adjunct faculty orientation and training
  • Participation in the management of program and unit level assessment systems and collaboration with faculty and staff to ensure data entry, data collection and data analysis for continuous program improvement
  • Provide planning/logistical/operational assistance and support to COB committees and working groups such as the Strategic Management Committee, Assurance of Learning Committee, the Curriculum Committee, the Faculty/Student Development Committee, etc
  • Assists faculty in the development of meaningful assessment activities and tools
  • Assists and trains faculty in the development, integration, and implementation of a broad array of instructional technologies
  • Assists faculty in the design and development of instructional materials and products to support technology-based course redesign
04/2010 01/2016
New York, NY
Academic Operations Coordinator
New York, NY
Academic Operations Coordinator
04/2010 01/2016
New York, NY
Academic Operations Coordinator
04/2010 01/2016
  • Provide guidance and direction to students workers, as assigned
  • Work closely with and provide superior support and services for re-entry students
  • Provide support to content development team for quality assurance / beta-testing
  • Provide Academic advising to assigned student populations, driven by programmatic enrollment
  • Organize and expedite workflow through the department and initiate follow-up actions to accomplish tasks
  • Assist University with student retention efforts and activities
  • Manage internal course communications and ensure that course staff address student queries in a timely manner
08/2006 02/2010
Dallas, TX
Coordinator, Academic
Dallas, TX
Coordinator, Academic
08/2006 02/2010
Dallas, TX
Coordinator, Academic
08/2006 02/2010
  • Work with education development team to identify problems, new features, and areas of improvement in the current electronic systems
  • Develop and facilitate workshops and meetings on curriculum topics; coordinate logistics, scheduling, and participant communications
  • Provide administrative support to College of Medicine departments including Assistant Dean for Curricular Affairs
  • Provide input on student grades, based upon performance within the labs
  • Develops strong relationships with students, primarily through phone and email, and provides information and guidance on academic-related issues
  • Maintain accurate and detailed event records. Collect records of suggested improvements for future events
  • Assisting the faculty in preparing reports and facilitating formative design assessments
Education Education
Bachelor’s Degree in Business
Bachelor’s Degree in Business
Temple University
Bachelor’s Degree in Business
Skills Skills
  • The ability to work and think independently, be self-motivated, and detail oriented
  • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail
  • The ability to work and think independently, self-motivated, and detail oriented
  • Ability to plan, prioritize, organize, coordinate and implement administrative functions and activities that apply to this role
  • Ability to analyze and solve problems, draw valid conclusions and develop alternative recommendations
  • Excellent customer service and interpersonal skills
  • Strong oral and written communications skills
  • Ability to prioritize and multi-task
  • Proficient in MS Word and Excel, HCM, CU Careers and FIDO (Faculty Information Database Online)
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
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Academic Operations Coordinator Resume Examples & Samples

  • Organize and expedite workflow through the department and initiate follow-up actions to accomplish tasks
  • Serve as an information resource on policies, procedures, inquiries and requests for students and faculty
  • Compose and produce a variety of business correspondence, reports, confidential documents, etc. by gathering the necessary information to complete the tasks
  • Schedule and coordinate academic events and processes each session (e.g. Initial placement testing, teacher evaluations, stay/go forms, elective choices, etc.)
  • Ensure confidentiality and control access to sensitive information, such as faculty personnel files
  • Maintain departmental databases and related records to ensure data integrity
  • Schedule and coordinate logistics for meetings, events, conferences, and special visitors
  • Maintain office supplies, make travel arrangements, and prepare expense reports
  • Provide guidance and direction to students workers, as assigned
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Academic Affairs Coordinator Resume Examples & Samples

  • Assists in the planning and execution of colloquia and masterclasses
  • Coordinates travel arrangements and hospitality efforts for Artists in Residence
  • Assists the Vice Dean in tracking faculty travel and coordinating teaching schedules
  • Participates in staff and academic event planning meetings
  • Submits expense reports, assists in budget development, and tracks costs related to faculty and academic support
  • Assists in coordination of grading in team taught courses
  • Provides administrative support to faculty in the form of syllabus management, submission of course book requests to the Bookstore and Library, and procurement of course materials for faculty
  • Serves as a liaison to Visiting Faculty and Guest Artists
  • Inputs course schedules into the University’s central management system (SIS)
  • Provides support for on-campus admission and student affairs events, including auditions, Meet USC sessions, Student Welcome Week, USC Family Weekend, Convocation, and Commencement
  • Interpersonal skills including leadership, maturity, and an ability to work well and solve problems with clients and staff
  • Willingness to work with an ethnically diverse and culturally pluralistic student body and staff
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Coordinator of Academic Success & Diversity Resume Examples & Samples

  • Bachelor's degree required, Master's preferred
  • An awareness of higher education principles, practices and procedures
  • Academic advising or relative experience, College level preferred
  • Proven ability to recruit
  • Ability to express self in written and oral communication
  • Ability to work effectively with professional, non-professional, and student personnel
  • Excellent organizational skills and demonstrated attention to detail
  • Ability to demonstrate appropriate level of initiative
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Program Coordinator, Cardozo Academic Affairs Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provide support and work with other members of the office to maintain a proactive and responsive service team that meets the needs of students, faculty, staff, and other administrators
  • Develop and maintain academic services information systems and coordinate with needed faculty and staff
  • Maintain up-to-the-minute knowledge of full-time and adjunct faculty, curriculums, teaching schedules and room assignments; communicate that information to faculty, administration, staff, and students as needed
  • Assist the Vice Dean to develop yearly course schedules, manage faculty research budgets and grants, and perform other academic affairs tasks
  • Serve as primary contact for adjunct faculty; manage appointment letters, CLE credit, and course evaluations
  • 1-2 years experience preferably in higher education
  • Excellent organizational skills and follow through
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Word, WordPerfect, and Excel
  • Ability to work effectively with a wide range of constituencies in a diverse community
  • Ability to master computerized student information systems, in particular Banner
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Coordinator of Academic Engagement Resume Examples & Samples

  • Excellent interpersonal skills and professionalism to interact with a wide range of people at different levels of an organization
  • Exceptional verbal and written communication, demonstrated presentation skills
  • Proven ability to effectively and efficiently manage multiple priorities, with competing deadlines
  • Demonstrated proficiency in MS Office Suite and database management applications
  • Highly specialized knowledge in a specific area of visual arts
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Academic Advising Coordinator Resume Examples & Samples

  • Proficient in computer skills including UAccess Administrative Systems, including Analytics
  • Ability to communicate effectively with diverse student populations
  • Practical knowledge of Microsoft Office suite
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills
  • Experience with a university environment
  • Knowledge of UA policies and procedures
  • Experience with educational advising
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Academic Affairs Coordinator Resume Examples & Samples

  • Bachelor’s Degree in health administration, human resources or related field
  • 2 years professional experience in an academic setting
  • 2 - 4 years of experience in a high level human resources customer service environment
  • Must possess the ability to analyze problems and propose problem solving solutions. Must be able to assist faculty in problem solving and resolution
  • Knowledge of the Rules of the School of Medicine and the Policies of the Board of Regents as they apply to promotions, recruitment, terminations and malpractice are essential
  • Manage and oversee daily operations of academic affairs functions in compliance with all related policies
  • Must have strong management abilities which may include high volume and stress situations
  • Ability to plan, prioritize, organize, coordinate and implement administrative functions and activities that apply to this role
  • The ability to work and think independently, self-motivated, and detail oriented
  • Proficient in MS Word and Excel, HCM, CU Careers and FIDO (Faculty Information Database Online)
  • Experience consulting on recruitment needs, analyzing and reviewing job descriptions
  • Experience working within the University of Colorado system
  • Experience working in a human resources field, i.e., recruiting, creating offer letters, onboarding, etc
  • Experience with reviewing, developing, and implementing policies, procedures and processes
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Coordinator, Academic Resume Examples & Samples

  • Works independently in the initiation and implementation of departmental programs; acts as liaison with faculty, administrators, students and committees on procedural matters relating to these programs; acts as primary point of contact for public and student inquiries about the programs
  • Processes and coordinates program applications by communicating with students/participants, setting up interviews, arranging faculty contacts, managing all incoming supporting documents; trouble-shooting the application process as needed, working with admissions and registrations. May participate in advertising/recruiting activities. May arrange housing and access for Summer Bridge students
  • May set up courses as needed; may match students with faculty members for committees and research opportunities
  • Conveys course/program information to students/participants; assists students selecting/enrolling in appropriate classes; may review student records for graduation requirement approval; may provide scholarship information to students
  • Sends out, retrieves and compiles evaluations on students, faculty members, and programs
  • Prepares records and maintains files on all activities relating to student and academic programs; tracks participants/attendance and progress toward graduation. Manages program data (student and program success indicators, Praxis scores, alumni tracking, etc.)
  • May coordinate/track scholarship awards and program-related payments; may process scholarships, stipends, and invoices
  • May record and monitor all expenditures, reconcile account/s, estimate future needs/ requirements for departmental budget; issue contracts
  • Makes schedules for conferences, classes, faculty and departmental meetings, orientation events, etc.; plans and coordinates social events. Provides administrative support for MSSST defenses
  • Facilitates all day-to-day program needs for the Summer Bridge program
  • Provides clerical support, as needed, including scholarship forms, scheduling appointments, participating in faculty and departmental meetings, transcribing minutes, responding to phone calls, typing correspondence; making arrangements for meeting space, catering, reservations, honorariums, advertisements, etc
  • Problem-solves on a daily basis, including: balances all of the details and tasks associated with coordinating complex programs; ensures fiscal and academic records are accurate and meet university and federal regulations; makes arrangements and schedules meetings and appointments that require participants from many locations, follows-through on delegated tasks and ensures proper documentation for committees and boards; interfaces tactfully with faculty, students and others in resolving problems
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Coordinator of Non-academic Area Resume Examples & Samples

  • 10% Responsible for all Professorship/Chair accounts in the Department. Maintains detailed database of Professorship/Chairs including past and present recipients and endowment/earnings balances, works with the College to ensure annual Award Selection for Honorifics forms are returned timely and additional compensation forms are loaded properly. Acts as the point of contact for faculty award nominations
  • 10% Coordinates and prepares ACS, SEC, CCR and other departmental surveys. Provides administrative support to the Department Chair including coordination of his/her calendar, scheduling appointments/meetings, organizing his/her files and preparing correspondence. Provides back-up support to the HR Coordinator
  • 10% Coordinates and prepares ACS, SEC, CCR and other departmental surveys. Provides administrative support to the Department Chair including coordination of his/her calendar, scheduling appointments/meetings, organizing his/her files and preparing correspondence
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Academic Appointments Coordinator Resume Examples & Samples

  • 3+ years of administrative experience
  • Experience with payroll systems and benefits
  • Strong attention to detail and ability to handle highly-confidential information
  • Self-motivated problem-solver who can take direction and work both collaboratively and independently
  • Higher education experience preferred
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Coordinator, Academic Resume Examples & Samples

  • Occupant and student tracking for the Marriott Residential Scholars Building. The Coordinator will support the management of room assignment functions and serve as the primary contact for assignment questions from students, families and staff
  • The incumbent must have the capacity to thrive in a high volume and fast-paced office
  • Ensures the accuracy of data through analysis of conflicting data, and/or collecting missing information and providing well thought recommendations for course of action
  • Provides documents/reports to administrators and outside groups as required
  • 6, Handles special projects as requested
  • Engages and participates in student programming
  • Provides excellent support to the Honors Director of Admissions and Recruitment
  • Assists in coverage of the front desk during lunch hour and coordinated vacation days
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Academic Advising Coordinator Resume Examples & Samples

  • Consults with and advises faculty and staff regarding appropriate infrastructure to support online learning
  • Assists with maintenance of GIP Program web pages and integration of College of Nursing web site management
  • Provides recommendations regarding educational technology equipment and software purchases that support an online format
  • Works with GIP Director and faculty to support online course teaching objectives and goals
  • Tracks and monitors admission requirements, enrollment, and ongoing program progression
  • Assists Academic Advisors with data compilation, statistical reports, and correspondence, depending upon the area of assignment
  • Assists Academic Advisor and GIP Director with student notification and communication
  • Maintains active communication with Academic Advisor and GIP Director regarding student issues of progression, program requirements, graduation requirements, and other relevant issues
  • Assists in the maintenance of academic files and student records
  • Assists Program Directors, Academic Advisors, and faculty as needed
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Academic Advising Coordinator Resume Examples & Samples

  • Developing and implementing an undergraduate research outreach program to increase the involvement of underrepresented students in undergraduate research
  • Overseeing the day-to-day operation of a new summer program, including management of the marketing/recruitment, application, review and selection processes, coordination and facilitation of student activities, and ongoing support for student and research mentor participants
  • Overseeing the Research Mentor Development Program, including management of the marketing, application, review and selection processes, coordinating with the faculty facilitator(s), monitoring the Canvas course, and ongoing support for participants
  • Assisting the Director with program planning and implementation, data collection and interpretation, outcome assessment, and reporting
  • Undergraduate research advising in collaboration with the lead Undergraduate Research Advisor: advising students in identifying research opportunities, working with faculty mentors, developing research-related skills, dissemination, and strategizing how the research experience will support students’ educational goals and future plans
  • Assisting in the development and preparation of reports and marketing/outreach materials, in addition to maintaining sections of the Office’s website
  • Maintaining current knowledge of campus resources, critical dates, as well as policies and procedures for undergraduate students
  • Participating in collaborative activities and ventures with other University departments and offices (and, when applicable, external organizations). Participating in campus-wide committees
  • Utilizing information technology tools in accomplishing duties of position (in particular, Canvas, Excel, Powerpoint, Publisher, Wordpress, and FileMaker)
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Coordinator, Academic Resume Examples & Samples

  • Initiates and follows through on the entire process associated with specific academic and student programs
  • Advises faculty, staff, students, and others regarding program policies, goals and related technical issues
  • Collects and summarizes surveys and other data from students and faculty members
  • Processes student applications including communication, setting up interviews, arranging faculty contacts, and managing all incoming supporting documents
  • Prepares records and maintains files on all activities relating to student and academic programs
  • Acts as liaison with faculty, administrators, students and others on procedural matters relating to these programs, and resolves problems within the realm of applied authority
  • Makes arrangements for hotels, meeting space, reservations, honorariums, advertisements, and prepares schedules for visiting professors
  • Records and monitors all expenditures, reconciles accounts, and estimates future needs requirements for program budget
  • Performs clerical support, including scheduling appointments, preparing payments, participating in program meetings, transcribing minutes, responding to phone calls, and email correspondence
  • Plans and executes program events
  • This job description is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities and qualifications required of employees assigned to the job
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Coordinator of Academic Area Resume Examples & Samples

  • 30% Provides academic advising to students in the college on a daily basis which includes but is not limited to: advises all levels of undergraduate science majors; admits students to the college; determines acceptance of transfer credit; approves credit to be taken through Study Abroad, and at off campus locations; makes course substitutions, advises on concentrations; makes recommendations for college, university and national awards; advises students interested in graduate or professional school, and careers in research, education and interprets college and university policies and regulations
  • 20% Lead coordinator of Spring Invitational (SPIN) and the 11 Freshman Orientation and Advising Programs (FOAP) including but not limited to: acts as liaison with the Office of Orientation and college departments for the 1000+ entering freshmen each year; assist with hiring and training faculty advisors; trains and meets with LSU Ambassadors prior to each session; supervises approval of all class schedules and discusses scheduling issues with students and departments; coordinates with residential college and Honors College advisors; across campus; remains current on freshman enrollment and placement procedures and changes
  • 5% Manages college Geaux Teach responsibilities related to advising students and undergraduate course requirements including: prepares academic plans and monitors satisfactory academic progress, coordinates with the College of Human Sciences and Education to certify course completion and eligibility for student teaching assignments. Represents SCI at Geaux Teach meetings
  • 5% Works with Assistant Dean to update existing degree audits and to program new degree audits annually for all college majors/concentrations. Stays abreast of university and college course and degree program changes to ensure accurate programming. Other responsibilities as assigned by the Deans or Assistant Dean
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Operations Coordinator for Academic Residencies Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provide day-to-day leadership on critical project issues as they pertain to the successful academic needs of the residencies program
  • Act as first point of contact for the Academic Residencies team to problem solve issues communicating answers to student issues escalated by SST, AAs and Events staff
  • Act as a liaison between academic residencies and other academic/business offices in the university
  • Coordinate and collaborate with Walden mangers/directors to assign staff needed at residencies. Work with managers of student facing teams to develop a continuous training program to ensure quality student response
  • Facilitate and manage multiple projects from development and process design stage through completion
  • Collaborate with events team on status of residency equipment and build annual requests for repair and replacement of new equipment
  • Proficient in multiple software products and modes of online learning, including social networking, synchronous collaborative meetings software, and course management systems to support needs of Academic Residencies for multiple degree programs
  • Provide oversight on content relate to written communications produced by residencies, event staff, and others (program books, emails assignment letters, web site, and evaluation reports) to maintain consistency with residency program needs
  • Coordinate and manage all content for use in Academic Residency publications
  • Coordinate data for Registrar's Office to build courses and provide oversight for the unit to deliver online registration of residencies to students
  • Provide leadership for Academic Residencies in utilization of event management software (Cvent)
  • Manages and updates the academic content of the Residency Website
  • Process petition forms and documentation as supplied by Academic Advising team to determine refunds and the posting of Academic Residency units to transcript
  • Manage learning management system classroom environments and serve as liaison to Events Team to ensure classrooms are consistent in format and content
  • Ensure unit metrics are collected and distributed monthly to University Stakeholders
  • Other duties as assigned by the Associate Academic Director of University Residencies
  • Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s degree preferred
  • Detail oriented with solid analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Understanding of adult and online learning
  • Ability to interact with a diverse adult student population and with internal stakeholders
  • Excellent project management and organizational skills: ability to plan and manage multiple events simultaneously
  • Ability and willingness to travel to residency locations, as needed
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Word, email, Internet navigation, and database use. Familiarity with Excel, PowerPoint, and Adobe software. Knowledge of social networking web editing, student information systems (Banner) and course management systems (BlackBoard) preferred
  • Experience in project management preferred
  • Experience with SEVIS and work with international students preferred
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Coordinator, Academic Resume Examples & Samples

  • Manage, support and administer the delivery of several blocks (courses) to the medical students within the PhoenixMed and ArizonaMed curriculum
  • Provides advanced administrative support for faculty in the creation/modification/maintenance of COM-P course for first and second year medical students
  • Coordinates hourly schedules of sessions; production of syllabus and educational materials
  • Train faculty, staff and students to use and utilize new educational technology tools
  • Implement new curricular processes for students, staff, and faculty
  • Participate in the implementation of alternative learning methods for first and second year medical students
  • Advise staff, students and others to provide technical advice, problem solving assistance, answers to questions and program goals and policy interpretations; refer to appropriate department or person as necessary
  • Interact and maintain liaisons with students, faculty, staff, and outside/community agencies in facilitating program objectives
  • Attend and actively participate in curriculum presentations and committees
  • Coordinate, develop and maintain curriculum webpage for best practices information for faculty and block directors
  • Provide administrative support to College of Medicine departments including Assistant Dean for Curricular Affairs
  • Administer and coordinate student assessment procedures and develop data bases to address longitudinal outcomes
  • Assist with creation of reports and/or preparation of data for Academic Affairs program/projects
  • Develop new or revised program goals and objectives
  • Develop and schedule a program work plan in accordance with objectives; oversee daily operations and coordinate program activities through assigned staff; prioritize and delegate work activities
  • Develop and facilitate workshops and meetings on curriculum topics; coordinate logistics, scheduling, and participant communications
  • Work with education development team to identify problems, new features, and areas of improvement in the current electronic systems
  • Bachelor’s degree and three years of relevant experience; OR Eight years providing advanced administrative program support
  • Work experience with Google Drive and other cloud storage, files sharing, collaborative editing programs, and/or educational technology software tools to meet educational program needs
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Academic Operations Coordinator Resume Examples & Samples

  • Organize, develop, refine and implement processes related to application, registration, enrollment, and course shutdown
  • Coordinate process and delivery of quick, clear and effective communication with students and institutional partners
  • Manage internal course communications and ensure that course staff address student queries in a timely manner
  • Respond to urgent support tickets quickly and accurately; address basic-level technical questions and escalate more complex issues to the tech team
  • Run quality-control and customer satisfaction surveys
  • Implement and fine-tune protocols for student support responsiveness
  • Maintain registrar functions and systems for online courses, including records of enrolled students and certification data
  • Maintain and support system for records of student interaction and report relevant feedback and overall analytics to content development, business development, technology development, and marketing teams to inform business decisions
  • Provide support to content development team for quality assurance / beta-testing
  • Contribute to creation of reports to institutional partners on student experience and success
  • 4 years work experience in higher education, education operations or other student services environment. Education beyond high school may count toward experience
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Coordinator, Academic Resume Examples & Samples

  • Completes curriculum vitae by handling extensive correspondence, accumulating information for ad hoc committee meetings, and forwarding completed files by designated deadlines
  • Conveys course information to students; assists students selecting appropriate classes; may review student records for graduation requirement approval
  • Sends out, retrieves and compiles evaluations on students and faculty members, both monthly and annually
  • Processes resident and student applications including communication, setting up interviews, arranging faculty contacts, managing all incoming supporting documents, and interfacing with the National Residency Matching Program
  • Makes up schedules for conferences, exams, classes, group assignments, faculty and departmental meetings, etc
  • Prepares records and maintains files on all activities relating to student and academic programs; provides faculty folders with appropriate letters, minutes and forms as needed
  • Acts as liaison with faculty, administrators, students and national organizations and committees on procedural matters relating to these programs, and resolves problems within the realm of applied authority
  • Makes arrangements for hotels, meeting space, reservations, honorariums, advertisements, and prepares schedules for visiting professors and other dignitaries
  • Records and monitors all expenditures, reconciles account(s), estimates future needs requirements for departmental budget; issues instructor contracts to maintain an accurate budget profile and ensure appropriate reimbursement for salaries
  • Performs clerical support, as needed, including scheduling appointments, participating in faculty and departmental meetings, transcribing minutes, responding to phone calls, and typing correspondence, lectures and manuscripts
  • Distributes rolls, distributes and collects grade sheets and instructor evaluations, coordinates with departments pertaining to off-site registration, etc
  • Plans social events, distributes itineraries and coordinates catered events
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Academic Technology Services Coordinator Resume Examples & Samples

  • Collaborate with all Academic Technology Staff to determine best practice policies and advise clients in the development of new resources and the effective use of existing resources to enable them to more effectively achieve the goals of the department
  • Establish a cooperative and collaborative environment that focuses on customer service. Proactively address reported technology issues and monitor and document in ticketing system and assign staff as needed
  • Coordinate, instruct, guide, check, monitor and correct the workflow of the team in order to maintain levels of productivity, quantity, and quality. Develop plans that create timely and efficient workflow, and ensure completeness, accuracy and timeliness of all operations
  • Coordinate office operations, identify appropriate operational improvements and implement upon Director’s approval
  • Design and implement forms for new and changing systems. Prepare materials for use by staff in support of end users such as procedural documentation, operating instructions and service records
  • Prepare, deliver and reconcile cost estimates and invoices for services
  • Respond to user service calls both over the phone and in person
  • Operate, troubleshoot and perform maintenance on supported in-classroom technologies in campus classrooms
  • Coordinate and assign maintenance work for classroom and other technical equipment
  • Reserve, check out and verify return of CATS equipment
  • Schedule, monitor and verify student work assignments
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Academic Affairs Coordinator Resume Examples & Samples

  • Two (2) years of experience working in a high-level human resources, customer service environment
  • Two (2) or more years of professional experience working in an academic setting, within the University of Colorado System, or a similar environment
  • Extensive experience working in a human resources field, i.e., recruiting, creating offer letters, onboarding, etc
  • Experience reviewing, developing, and implementing policies, procedures and processes
  • Ability to manage and oversee daily operations of academic affairs functions in compliance with all related policies
  • Must have a high-level interpersonal skills to handle sensitive and confidential situations
  • The ability to work and think independently, be self-motivated, and detail oriented
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Coordinator, Academic Services Resume Examples & Samples

  • Extensive knowledge of the catalog and rules of the University
  • Processes all academic services forms
  • Assists with the graduation ceremonies
  • Assists with SIS conversion process from CAMS to Workday
  • Assists with room scheduling
  • Assists with updating university catalogs
  • Manage the undergraduate transfer equivalency process
  • Organize and maintain the suspension process for each term
  • Two or more years of student service experience within the field of higher education is preferred
  • Familiarity with FERPA regulations and privacy laws governing higher education
  • Must have excellent communication and problem solving skills
  • Ability to interact with students, faculty, staff, and alumni in a professional manner
  • Must be computer literate with Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel
  • General office environment
  • Some physical work regarding commencement setup for ceremonies in May and December
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Academic Dept Coordinator Resume Examples & Samples

  • Demonstrated proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite and working knowledge of all applicable computer software or ability to learn them
  • Demonstrated written communication skills and ability to write web site and social media content free of spelling and grammatical errors
  • Demonstrated strong customer service and interpersonal skills
  • Demonstrates the attributes of a team player across multiple levels and departments
  • Must be able to work independently, prioritize and organize work
  • Must have the ability to meet simultaneous deadlines, handle confidential materials, manage time effectively and use good judgment
  • Knowledge of applicable professional principles, University policies and procedures, and financial and budgeting principles
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Coordinator of Transfer Student Academic Advising Resume Examples & Samples

  • Evaluate transfer course equivalences from other institutions across the nation for all subject matter
  • Co-operate with the Director of Recruiting, Enrollment Management and Academic Partnerships with partnering joint program schools
  • Teach multiple sections of Academic Affairs courses, including E101, E102, E122, E144, E145, and E201 as needed
  • Advise prospective and current undergraduate students on admission requirements, course selection, and other academic issues related to enrollment and student success
  • Assist with other programmatic events for recruiting, student success, and outreach initiatives
  • This position will require some travel and occasional work outside of the standard business hours in order to support the student recruiting and success initiatives
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Academic Operations Coordinator Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provide Academic advising to assigned student populations, driven by programmatic enrollment
  • Advise students on documentation and course requirements
  • In conjunction with Program Chairs, complete classroom forecast and scheduling needs
  • Facilitate successful student interactions with various Campus departments, including but not limited to: Registrar, Financial Aid, Admissions, and Career Services
  • Counsels students on various University resources available that provides a high quality learning experience
  • Collect, analyze, and synthesize data regarding student scheduling and grades for educational planning
  • Assist University with student retention efforts and activities
  • Advise at-risk students with life or other circumstances to ensure attendance
  • Advise students on course/program content in degree program of study
  • Monitor student attendance relative to LDA
  • Support campus-wide retention initiatives
  • Work closely with and provide superior support and services for re-entry students
  • Have a moderate level of analytical ability to perform conflict resolution
  • Solve problems and be pro-active in handling potential issues
  • Display excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Be able to lead and persuade others and/or interact effectively in difficult situations
  • Be results/goal oriented and able to multitask
  • Demonstrated knowledge of effective advising and counseling techniques
  • Knowledge of Higher Education policies, regulations and accreditation standards
  • Demonstrated use of Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, Outlook)
  • Results/goal oriented and able to multitask
  • Associates Degree from an institution accredited by an agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education (or international equivalent) required
  • Minimum 2 years in Advising role or Higher Education setting
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Coordinator, Academic Resume Examples & Samples

  • Conduct undergraduate instructional labs for BNAD 277, Analytical Methods for Business
  • Plan assignments and lectures in instructional labs
  • Assist BNAD 277 instructional team with creating curriculum covered in the instructional labs
  • Supervise and conduct meetings with graduate teaching assistants (GTAs) and undergraduate preceptors, including training sessions and orientation
  • Prepare and revise materials for labs, prep meetings, and training sessions including case studies, notes, handouts for students, etc
  • Provide input on student grades, based upon performance within the labs
  • Set up and monitor Desire to Learn (D2L) Learning Management System, including uploading course materials and grades
  • Attend weekly course lectures, including proctoring and grading of exams
  • Attend meetings of BNAD 276/277 instructional team
  • Hold office hours for students and respond to students’ inquiries
  • Conduct reviews in preparation for exams
  • Participate in course evaluation and continuous course improvement
  • Bachelor’s degree in a field appropriate to the area of assignment and one year of instructional experience; or any equivalent combination of experience, training and/or education
  • Masters degree in a field appropriate to the area of assignment
  • Experience assisting with instruction and/or supervision of undergraduate students in person and online
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate statistics knowledge to students
  • Graduate coursework in Statistics
  • Experience completing statistical analysis within business applications using a variety of statistical packages (e.g. SPSS and r)
  • Demonstrated ability to work in and supervise teams
  • Experience in learner-centered teaching in large classrooms
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Academic Integrity Coordinator Resume Examples & Samples

  • Coordinate meetings associated with academic integrity (e.g., committee and subcommittee meetings, consultations, misconduct hearings, etc.)
  • Respond to inquiries related to university academic integrity policies and procedures
  • Communicate with various individuals involved in cases of academic misconduct
  • Prepare written correspondence associated with cases of academic misconduct
  • Organize and track conduct cases to ensure all timelines are met
  • Coordinate outreach and training activities to educate the Marquette University community about academic integrity
  • Assist with on-campus academic integrity special events (e.g. speakers)
  • Attend Academic Integrity Council meetings and take meeting minutes
  • Maintain and update the academic integrity website as necessary
  • Maintain and update the academic integrity SharePoint site
  • Collect and report statistics associated with academic integrity violations
  • Strong commitment to academic integrity
  • Knowledge of Marquette University’s academic integrity policies and procedures as well as FERPA guidelines
  • Be highly organized with strong oral and written communication skills
  • Experience with Microsoft office suite
  • Desire to learn new skills
  • High School education plus three years related experience required
  • Must possess excellent customer service skills, flexibility, prioritization and organizational skills
  • Ability to organize and maintain manual and electronic filing systems
  • Intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, Powerpoint and Access
  • Ability to access created networked files, and ability to maintain confidentiality with student records
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Coordinator of Academic Engagement Resume Examples & Samples

  • Working knowledge of student learning and development theory and practice
  • Ability to work collaboratively to achieve group goals
  • Experience recruiting, selecting, training, supervising, and evaluating undergraduate students and/or faculty/staff instructors
  • Teaching and/or group facilitation skills
  • Outstanding written and interpersonal communications skills
  • Understanding of, and commitment to supporting, diversity, social justice, and inclusive excellence
  • Collaborative and diplomatic relationship style; promotes respect and practice of civility and inclusivity in the workplace
  • Ability to work independently, think creatively and innovatively, and exercise sound judgment
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Coordinator, Academic Resume Examples & Samples

  • Initiates and follows through on the entire process associated with specific academic and student programs for MSIII Clerkship
  • Makes up schedules for conferences, exams, classes, group assignments, for MSIII clerkship
  • Acts as liaison with faculty, administrators, students and National organizations and committees on procedural matters relating to these programs, and resolves problems within the realm of applied authority
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Coordinator of Academic Area Resume Examples & Samples

  • Oversees mixing of chemical solutions ensuring that safe chemical handling procedures are followed. Trains solutions assistants in proper chemical safety procedures and use of personal protective equipment
  • Collects and classifies chemical waste products and arranges for their disposal according to University and E.P.A. protocols
  • Maintains an inventory or Materials Safety Data Sheets (M.S.D.S.) for chemicals commonly used in the stockroom
  • Ensures that all chemicals stored in stockroom are entered into Chemtracker chemical inventory system. System must be regularly updated to ensure compliance with University chemical handling policies
  • Prepare specific glassware (e.g. separation funnels, drying tubes and condensation columns) and supplies needed for teaching laboratories each week. Collect items from students after completion of lab
  • Services stockroom counter
  • 20% Inventory-
  • Monitors stock of chemicals and consumables in stockroom. Places orders as necessary to ensure adequate supplies
  • Maintains inventory control on all lab desk drawers for items including laboratory glassware, personal protective equipment and chemical reagents
  • Verifies each lab drawer for contents periodically during each semester
  • Maintains the University mandated chemical inventory database for the stockroom. This involves adding new chemicals and removing chemicals from the database as needed
  • Labels and properly disposes of or stores equipment and supplies
  • 5% Accounting -
  • Is sole authority for determining and accounting of laboratory use fees averaging $15,000 per year and issues an average of 750 billing slips to students at the end of each semester. This must be handled with extreme accuracy since it involves reimbursements of University funds
  • Adjusts billing notices and rectifies errors
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Academic Fieldwork Coordinator Resume Examples & Samples

  • Enhances the professional development of Fieldwork Educators who supervise students during fieldwork experiences
  • Performs instructional duties as assigned and/or as outlined in the Academic Faculty Job description and in accordance with the provisions of Faculty Supplement to the South University Employee Handbook
  • Maintains standards of the profession, including rules and regulations of licensing and certification
  • Participates in educational, professional and community activities
  • Pursues community service and scholarly activities
  • Performs other responsibilities, as determined by the Program Director and/or the Campus Dean of Academic Affairs and Operations
  • For OTRs: Minimum of Bachelor’s degree in Occupational Therapy and a Master's degree or doctoral degree in another field from a regionally accredited University, required; Master’s degree in Occupational Therapy with teaching experience or a Doctoral degree in Occupational Therapy from a regionally accredited university and teaching experience, preferred
  • For COTAs: Minimum of Associate’s degree in Occupational Therapy Assistant and a Bachelor’s degree in a related field from a regionally accredited university, required
  • Minimum of one year experience supervising OT and/or OTA students in the field, required; minimum of two years supervisory experience, preferred
  • Zero to two years of experience in instruction or a formalized education process, preferably in a post-secondary or college institution
  • Eligible for a driver’s license or currently holds a valid driver’s license in the state in which the program is located, required
  • Demonstrates excellence in organization and attention to detail
  • Demonstrates effective computer skills (e.g., software, analytical, report writing)
  • Able to work effectively under pressure and to meet frequently occurring deadlines
  • Able to demonstrate techniques specific to the practice of occupational therapy
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Academic Affairs Coordinator Resume Examples & Samples

  • Administer established procedures and develop new procedures to increase the effectiveness of the graduate, undergraduate and alumni functions
  • Construct course schedules for fall, spring and summer terms using the BANNER system
  • Collect and/or analyze data to support recommendations pertaining to the establishment and revision of academic programs
  • Assist graduate teaching assistants for the fall, spring and summer terms
  • Assist with Summer New Student Orientation in June
  • Advise current and prospective chemistry majors on admissions criteria, application processes, major mapping, university catalog requirements, prerequisites and co-prerequisite curriculum requirements
  • Coordinate recruitment, planning, evaluation, implementation, and routine and special reporting for the undergraduate program within the department
  • Manage technical aspects of undergraduate curriculum
  • Oversee creation and maintenance of undergraduate academic files and support graduate student retention
  • Communicate with prospective graduate students and provide academic guidance and counseling
  • Perform other duties pertaining to undergraduate student affairs as assigned by the Chair
  • Master's degree is required, preferably in a STEM field
  • Two (2) years of experience with advising and management in higher education (STEM field preferred)
  • Ability to learn the intricacies of STEM education
  • Self-motivated with a high level of initiative
  • Demonstrated ability to use independent judgment
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Coordinator, Academic Success Center Resume Examples & Samples

  • An eForm application
  • Receive student tutor requests, verify requests and maintain a data base of contacts and actions
  • Match students and tutors as appropriate, paying particular attention to students with specific learning disability needs and tutor expertise
  • Maintain records of tutor/student contact hours and outcomes including all request forms and reports of progress
  • Arbitrate and resolve problems between tutors and students and meet specialized requests for student support from the Director as appropriate
  • Collaborate with the Math, English, Sciences and other academic departments to assist with the administration of the individual academic support centers
  • Oversee the operations of the Academic Success Center that provide students with academic preparation and learning skills development
  • Participate in college committees and other meetings pertinent to the needs of ASC or to the enhancement of the institution
  • Supervise peer and professional tutors, student employees, and other staff as assigned
  • Oversee and serve as primary contact for the instructional functions of the Center including, tutoring services, academic support centers, supplemental instruction, academic preparation, and workshops
  • Serve as a liaison and resource to faculty and instructors, including one or more of the following as appropriate: one-on-one mentoring, conducting classroom observations of academic support personnel, providing and leading workshops as needed, all with the aim of strengthening student engagement and success
  • As part of the ASC Team, the Coordinator works to educate faculty and students through workshops and presentations
  • Graduation from an accredited college/university with a Bachelor’s Degree
  • Three years full time professional experience working in a college or university setting including supervisory duties. Preference will be given to candidates with documented experience working with tutoring, academic success and at risk populations
  • Knowledge and understanding of computer applications and Internet use is needed. Proficiency with word processing, spreadsheet, and presentation software
  • Organizational experience such as planning programs and events, developing publications, etc. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Excellent customer service and interpersonal skills. Strong organizational skills and ability to prioritize/multi-task. Previous supervisory experience. Ability to analyze, organize, and present data logically. Knowledge and understanding of diversity and ability to work with a diverse college community. Ability to establish and maintain cooperative working relationship with others
  • Experience using Banner
  • Experience planning, publicizing, and implementing a variety of programs. Experience developing educational promotional materials. Overseeing a Supplemental Instruction or other college level tutoring experience. Experience conducting presentations and training workshops. Experience working with at risk or underprepared students
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Coordinator of Academic Services Resume Examples & Samples

  • Assists faculty in designing and implementing experiential learning and active learning strategies
  • Serves as point of contact for faculty and community partners regarding experiential learning opportunities
  • Promotes adoption of High Impact Practices (HIPs) at NSU
  • Designs and delivers workshops that promote best practices in teaching and learning
  • Assists faculty in adapting instructional content or delivery methods for different levels or types of learners
  • Assists faculty in the development of meaningful assessment activities and tools
  • Recommends changes to curriculum or delivery methods based on instructional effectiveness data, current or future performance requirements, feasibility and cost
  • Observes and provides feedback to faculty on instructional techniques, presentation methods, or instructional aids
  • Assists in the planning and implementation of faculty professional development activities
  • Coordinates new faculty orientation
  • Assists Department chairs in providing adjunct faculty orientation and training
  • Researches and evaluates emerging
  • Researches and evaluates emerging instructional methods and technologies and makes recommendations for implementation
  • Assists faculty in the development of traditional, blended and online courses
  • Maintains the center website and other communication tools
  • Assists faculty in the design and development of instructional materials and products to support technology-based course redesign
  • Assists and trains faculty in the development, integration, and implementation of a broad array of instructional technologies
  • Conducts and disseminates research related to teaching and learning
  • Serves on committees as assigned
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Coordinator of Academic Success Center Resume Examples & Samples

  • Directly supervise and coordinate hiring, orientation, training, discipline and evaluation of full-time professional tutors, peer tutors, and work-study students
  • Develop, administer and monitor the annual budget
  • Participate on College committees
  • Purchase supplies, equipment, and material for the Center
  • Maintain tracking system and regular reports
  • Administer placement testing for Potomac State Orientation days and at local high schools for students' admission to Early Start classes
  • Schedule student tutoring appointments for professional and peer tutors
  • Coordinate Early Intervention and Academic Intervention with faculty and provide student follow-up
  • Serve as Certified Administrator for Pearson Vue Testing Center on the Potomac State College campus
  • Teach WVUe course
  • Proctor make-up exams
  • Master’s degree in education, guidance and counseling, or related field; an equivalent combination of education and experience may also be considered
  • At least two (2) years of experience in the following
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PA Academic Professional Development Coordinator Resume Examples & Samples

  • Plans and coordinates all staff professional development sessions including Professional Development specifically aimed at new teachers and staff toward increasing instructional and coaching skills, knowledge, and professionalism while helping to increase student engagement and achievement
  • Maintains all Professional Development hours for staff; Submits to the Department of Education
  • Develops and implements a training program for new hires
  • Sets a calendar of scheduled training for all staff; Collaborates with academic administrators and the Director of Student Services in helping to develop and implement a driven menu of trainings for all teachers and staff based upon a Needs Assessment
  • Attends regular training and information sessions with a keen eye on school needs
  • Develops relationships with community and statewide resources
  • Coordinates the state mandated Induction program and keeps accurate records of new teacher completion and training for mentors
  • Coordinates all school wide staff development including securing facilities and presenters for face to face opportunities
  • Facilitates all school wide virtual professional development and staff meetings
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills, including presentation skills
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint); Web proficiency
  • Ability to travel In PA up to 35% of the time, some overnights required
  • Ability to pass required background checks
  • Master’s Degree in Education
  • Experience in instructional coaching, and project management
  • This is an office-based position. The noise level in the office is usually moderate (computers, printers, light foot traffic)
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Ljml Department Assistant & Bond Academic Center Building Coordinator Resume Examples & Samples

  • Facilitate and assist the department chair and faculty with anticipating and meeting the needs of students and faculty by maintaining a well-organized and professional office, filing, copying, processing mail, ordering supplies, assisting with office equipment, and all other duties required for efficient office operation
  • Serve as a receptionist for students and visitors during regular hours, in person and on the phone
  • Coordinate room reservations, meals, and other needs for department events, particularly the annual Writer's Symposium
  • Coordinate SAT II exams for language placement, working with the head of the Language Section
  • Coordinate with Marketing & Creative Services to maintain the LJML website and help with other publicity and social media, as needed
  • Assist the department chair in compiling assessment data and writing assessment reports
  • Assist department chair with job searches and applicants by maintaining records and working with Workday, the on-line application program
  • Assist faculty in ordering course desk copies of texts, maintaining syllabi on file, and helping with other special course needs as time allows
  • Generate lists of LJML students and advisors as needed
  • Type and proofread reports, proposals, and correspondence
  • Assist with processing room reservation requests for BAC and LJML faculty needs via the ASTRA calendar system
  • Assist in the management of department finances, including credit card charges, using the Workday system
  • Respond to student, faculty, and staff questions in a professional and friendly manner
  • Oversee, maintain files on, and approve hours in Workday for student employees
  • Act as the department liaison with other departments, including Business & Finance, Maintenance, and IT
  • Assist the department chair and faculty by arranging transportation for off-campus trips and conferences
  • Assist faculty with check requests, purchase orders, and other purchasing and accounting details
  • Be responsible for the Emergency Response in the BAC
  • Other responsibilities as required, including proctoring of LJML classes and exams as needed
  • Two years secretarial and clerical experience, including experience with Word and Excel. Ability and willingness to quickly learn new software (especially including Live Text, Canvas, Power Point, and Workday). Ability to type 50 WPM
  • Understanding of and commitment to the spiritual mission of Point Loma Nazarene University
  • Strong organizational skills and ability to use independent judgment in prioritizing, producing, and supervising tasks. Flexibility and sensitivity to the needs of students and faculty are essential
  • Positive, friendly disposition and the ability to establish, develop, and maintain effective working relationships with faculty, staff, and students
  • Accuracy, attention to detail, and ability to work as a team-player. Ability to work with numerous distractions and produce job assignments in a timely manner
  • Command of correct English usage, spelling, grammar and punctuation
  • Spanish language skills are highly desired
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Coordinator of Student Academic Programs Resume Examples & Samples

  • Knowledge of or experience in subject matter preferred
  • Microsoft Excel and Outlook
  • Detailed-oriented, strong interpersonal skills
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Academic & Leadership Program Coordinator Resume Examples & Samples

  • Community knowledge and involvement
  • Ability to set priorities and move multiple projects forward while retaining flexibility
  • Ability to work with and advising a diverse population of students and/or student groups
  • Working with and/or for nonprofit and social sector organizations
  • Exposure to/knowledge of Moodle and Blackboard Collaborate programs
  • Ability to manage data within multiple systems
  • Writing, marketing, and public speaking skills
  • Knowledge and use of social media and website content
  • Some knowledge of grant/contract- funded educational projects
  • Masters Degree in a field relevant to the position
  • One (1) 1- five (5) years experience in program coordination
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Division Coordinator, Academic Programs Resume Examples & Samples

  • Curriculum and Enrollment Management
  • Course tables – Responsible for management and oversight of the course tables for 300 Liberal Arts teaching units and for diverse courses which vary significantly from one academic year to the next. Work with Academic Affairs, the three Liberal Arts department heads, and the Science Coordinator to ensure that 30 full-time faculty and 85-100 adjunct faculty teaching unit loads comply with contracts and that all leaves, release times, and/or teaching in other departments are verified and documented. Ensure that published curriculum, course tables, and revisions, which change annually, are received and processed in a timely manner and are audited for compliance to school, division and department norms
  • Scheduling – With a detailed understanding of studio restrictions, the availability and physical characteristics of classroom space, and the schedule preferences of the unique and rotating Liberal Arts faculty, schedule and coordinate 300 courses per academic year and electronically enter them into the Registrar’s database (Colleague)
  • Registration – Create scheduling structure to accommodate management of cross-registration with the Foundation studios each semester and register approximately 460 Foundation students into first-semester liberal arts courses. Register Fundamentals students into second semester E-101 courses. Assist approximately 350 students in concentrations with liberal arts pre-registration. Register approximately 75 transfer students into their required, first-year liberal arts courses. Pre-register students missing required courses. Register first year students into appropriate LAS first-year sections based on LAS Placement Test results
  • Program Development and Assessment
  • Research – Conduct curriculum research and provide analysis of Liberal Arts enrollment and scheduling each semester. Conduct studies of space, other academic programs, and other curricular topics, as needed. Research, analyze, and evaluate systems, tools, and procedures in the Division as they relate to overall College enrollment, scheduling, and communications. Create assessment reports, with cooperation of department heads, program coordinators, and Academic Affairs, regarding first-year curricula, electives, distribution requirements, and department concentrations
  • Special Curriculum and Research Projects – Coordinate administrative support for temporary or grant-funded academic programs, concentrations, and new courses, working with the Dean of the Faculty’s Office and/or the Research Office. Work with Research Office to coordinate administrative support for special symposia and sponsored or partnered projects, including communications, meeting notes, equipment, and publications
  • New Programs – Conduct market, budget, and content research to be used by Deans and Department Heads in proposing new programs; help to identify types of administrative support that may be needed for different types of proposed academic programs; devise and provide administrative assessment reports for pilot programs, including departmental and non-departmental majors, concentrations, CE courses, and online courses. Participate in Division task forces on curricular issues by providing research as requested, as well as summary meeting notes and reports
  • Program Administration
  • Faculty On-Boarding – Support the Dean and Division department heads when hiring adjunct faculty by maintaining Division salary rubric and seeing contracts and course proposals through the signature process. Remain familiar with policies and procedures/ protocols in an effort to acclimate, provide advice, and assist with questions and issues. Troubleshoot solutions to immigration and visa problems, or multiple-school scheduling conflicts, that may arise and/or refer as appropriate. Assist Dean and department heads with orientation of new faculty to the Division and its academic policies by corresponding with new hires about new course proposals, lab fees, scheduling, and Division facilities and practices, referring them to other offices, as appropriate
  • Academic Policies – Maintain, update, and disseminate academic policies in Division, facilitating communication with Liberal Arts department heads, full-time and adjunct faculty, Division staff, Registrar’s Office, Foundation Studies, Academic Affairs, and Admissions
  • Communication – Working with Registrar’s Office data, communicate each semester with all first-year students, transfer students, juniors, and seniors, information about degree requirements, degree evaluation deficits, and registration
  • Documentation – Maintain public faculty records for Division, including master course listings, classroom utilization documents, faculty contact lists, faculty seniority list, and the new faculty list
  • Staffing
  • Hire, train, supervise and evaluate academic programs assistant
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Coordinator of Academic Advising & Student Se Resume Examples & Samples

  • Communicate information regarding the University Downtown Center and the College of Community and Public Affairs to current and prospective undergraduate students
  • Handle incoming and current student related phone calls, visits, emails and letters of inquiry, advise on programs available, degree requirements, university policies and procedures; discuss transfer credit, and admissions and enrollment information and procedures. Provide program and policy information to parents as requested
  • Coordinate with Transfer Team within Admissions to provide review and assessment of CCPA transfer credit and major field evaluations for newly matriculated students and intra-university transfers
  • Advise students regarding petitions, declaration on candidacy, double-degree, minors, concentration, and review. Coordinate and provide Degree Audit Report/Degree Works rules for curricula. Coordinate and assist in the evaluation and processing of requests for credit for non-traditional learning experiences, and handle student requests regarding record problems. Work with student records to prepare initial commencement lists
  • Working with the orientation office, coordinate student orientation programs and general advisement sessions. Working with the admissions office, coordinate information sessions for students interested in completing an IUT/DD in HDEV. Provide continued contact and communication with the general student bodies of the Schools
  • Oversee recruitment, screening and training and evaluation of HDEV peer advisors. Provide ongoing supervision, advisement and training on graduate and undergraduate policy/curriculum and services for students. Train and supervise graduate students/advisors/interns. Provide training to discovery interns and orientation advisors on HDEV undergraduate policies/curriculum and services for students. Serve as an advisor to the Human Development Student Association
  • Assist in the review and revision of undergraduate advising materials including brochures, transfer articulation guides, admissions mailings, division forms and the Bulletin
  • Attend monthly departmental meetings and provide input to faculty for curriculum development purposes representing prospective and current student interests needs as determined in ongoing dialogue in advising
  • Serve on and work closely with the CCPA Enrollment and Recruitment Committee on enrollment and recruitment activities for the college in collaboration with the other departmental students services staff. Represent HDEV at enrollment and recruitment activities and events. Provide information to undergraduate students regarding graduate programs in the departments of Education, Student Affairs Administration, Public Administration, and Social Work
  • Serve on various departmental, college-wide, and university-wide committees
  • Coordinate and process review for academic action. Provide follow up advisement to students placed on probation or suspended
  • Help students plan and monitor progress towards degree completion using DARS or Degree Works. Works with students and respective office to update records. Acquaint students with the online registration process and assist in registration when needed
  • Inform and if necessary, refer students to other institutional resources when academic or other personal problems require intervention by other professionals
  • Collaborate with the CCPA Office of Career and Professional Services and other University Offices to provide services that are timely and appropriate to HDEV students throughout their college career
  • Implement data-informed decision making to improve advising and student success. Track the number of students requesting assistance from advising, including office visits, and their level of satisfaction with services
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Coordinator, Academic Resume Examples & Samples

  • Bachelor’s degree in information systems, business or related academic discipline
  • Master’s degree in an information systems, business or related academic discipline
  • Demonstrated experience and knowledge of technical writing, content authoring, content organization, and content mapping
  • Experience managing course content using a Learning Management System
  • Experience with Microsoft Office productivity tools, with in-depth experience with Excel
  • 2+ years’ experience in the development, delivery, and management of undergraduate academic courses, with specific emphasis on courses offered through hybrid or fully online modalities
  • Certification or training in instructional design, educational technology or related field
  • Experience with the Desire2Learn (D2L) LMS and affiliated systems such as Examity, Panopto, etc
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Academic Advising Coordinator Resume Examples & Samples

  • Minimum 2 years prior experience ideally in an academic setting
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Excel proficient) and prior experience with or ability to learn Banner
  • Social Media savvy with ability to discern appropriate posts/responses
  • Assumes responsibility to ensure issues/concerns will be addressed and monitors them through conclusion. Highly self-motivated and extremely well organized
  • Effectively manages own time and resources
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Coordinator of Academic Area Resume Examples & Samples

  • 30% - Coordinate all extra curricula activities associated with the MSA and manage the MSA calendar. Maintain communication with industry contacts, guest speakers and trainers. Ensure that all students, faculty and staff are aware of upcoming activities and events. Continuously update the calendar to reflect changes and additions. Work with the Director to include appropriate training sessions and workshops
  • 10% - Coordinate all activities associated with the required MSA Student Projects with business/industry sponsors. Initiate site visits and arrange for transportation to their facilities. Prepare non disclosure agreements and work with both corporate representatives and LSU's legal team to ensure a complete execution. Responsible for time management of the final practicum presentations by developing a schedule for the cohort
  • 10% - Coordinate activities associated with helping students search, connect and secure post-graduation placement opportunities. Initiate contact with corporations having job opportunities matching the student's experience and skills. Facilitate company presentations to the students and coordinate interview sessions. Continuously manage a website that displays current employment opportunities for members of the program
  • 5% - Assist with the planning, preparation and implementation of summer orientation programming. Prepare for the incoming cohort by updating guidelines and requirements and enrolling students in their classes. Responsible for all components of the welcome reception that follows orientation such as securing a space, hiring a caterer and sending invitations to alumni, faculty and local industry leaders
  • 10% - Serve as MSA liaison to the graduate school. Utilize knowledge of the Graduate School's admission policy to assist with issues related to applications and analyze each thoroughly to prepare for the departmental review committee. Compile applicant information including test scores, transcripts and letters of recommendation. Process the appropriate paperwork once a decision has been made. Responsible for follow up on issues involving student grades including probation and resignation. Ensure necessary paperwork is completed for graduation
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Coordinator of Academic Area Resume Examples & Samples

  • Handles all program logistics including scheduling, location, instructors, course materials, supplies and equipment, catering and transportation
  • Makes all fiscal arrangements for programs, including budgetary, salary negotiation, and registration fees
  • Prepare and process teacher hiring packets for various non-credit programs
  • Develops, promotes and implements non-credit continuing education programs for participants from business, industry, government, professional organizations, and the general population
  • Evaluates programs and identifies ways to improve upon instruction, content and facilitation of future program offering
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Coordinator of Academic Services Resume Examples & Samples

  • Coordinate/facilitate ongoing effort associated with annual and other reporting requirements and other activities related to unit and program accreditation for AACSB
  • Collaborate with the Dean, Division Chairs, and program coordinators in coordinating accreditation processes and team visits
  • Collaborate with the University Director of Institutional Research to develop appropriate data collection and mining strategies, information analysis and creation of reports to support all academic initiatives of the COB, with particular emphasis on learning assessment
  • Draft necessary periodic reports for accreditation activities
  • Conduct analysis and write reports using Ellucian Colleague, Business Objects Webi, Microsoft Excel, Sedona, and other software and systems
  • Provide planning/logistical/operational assistance and support to COB committees and working groups such as the Strategic Management Committee, Assurance of Learning Committee, the Curriculum Committee, the Faculty/Student Development Committee, etc
  • Participation in the management of program and unit level assessment systems and collaboration with faculty and staff to ensure data entry, data collection and data analysis for continuous program improvement
  • Support COB curriculum review and revision activities
  • Coordinate course scheduling within the COB in consultation with Division Chairs and the Dean
  • Manage internal communications for degree programs and courses
  • Develop and maintain COB alumni database and manage alumni relations at the college level