University Undergraduate Academic Advising (UUAA) is seeking an experienced advisor to serve in a newly created role that supports special populations for advising, contributes to advising and professional development for the university advising community, and helps develop an inclusive advising framework for the university. This position reports directly to the Executive Director of University Undergraduate Academic Advising.
Advising: provide guidance and support a specific set of students in transition between majors. The person who assumes this role will assist in creation and development of this program which requires collaboration with the Center for Career Opportunities. Special needs support and professional development: assist departments across the university with advising needs on an as-needed basis. General guidelines will be developed based on the skillset and experience of the person in the role. This position will also work directly with the UUAA Advisor Development and Professional Training (ADaPT) director to develop and deliver quality professional development opportunities for all advisors. Additionally, this position will assist with learning opportunities for all academic advisors in the continuing Inclusive Advising project. Inclusive Advising is an equity-minded, student-centered practice that emphasizes mutual respect, dignity, self-awareness, and authenticity. The resulting student experience is one of trust, open communication, and a strong working relationship. Inclusive advising centers the student in an asset-framed approach where the advisor differentiates educational guidance to meet students where they are and acknowledges the critical value of each student’s unique social capital.
Qualified applicants may submit their materials here: https://careers.purdue.edu/job-invite/21211/
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University Undergraduate Academic Advising (UUAA) is a centralized office for academic advising policy and professional development.
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