Job Positions

Academic Advisor/1466

Categories: Pacific Region 9

Department:

Advising & Career Development

Institution:

Chaminade University of Honolulu

Date Posted:

Apr 13 2021 7:48PM

Close Date:

June 13 2021
 

Position Description

Chaminade University of Honolulu is seeking exceptional applicants for a Full Time Staff position within the Advising & Career Development Department. The position opening is for an individual who is passionate about promoting all dimensions of student success. Those responsibilities include offering guidance and engaging with undergraduate students, coordinating student-oriented events, and working collaboratively with staff and faculty across campus.
View the full Job Description at www.chaminade.edu/employment-opportunities

Duties

Duties and Responsibilities
The Advisor will be responsible for general advising duties as well as other duties required to meet the needs of all undergraduate students at the University.

General Advising Duties (70%)
Offer advice and guidance on selecting courses and academic programs while encouraging exploration of various majors Communicate curricular requirements for general education and academic programs (including possible requirements for graduate programs in conjunction with the Office of Undergraduate Research & Pre-Professional Programs)
Understand and interpret University policies and procedures
Maintain confidentiality and understand the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
Educate students on understanding University policies and procedures (emphasis on Academic policies & procedures
Plan, monitor and aide students in progression towards graduation (assist and educate student's understanding of academic/program requirements)
Assist with various academic waiver/approval processes (prerequisite, concurrent, registration, credit overload) Work collaboratively with staff and faculty across campus; refer/connect to support systems that promote overall student success
Maintain systematic, frequent, and intentional contact with advisees through multiple methods
Document advising sessions/interactions with students (in student success platform)
Monitor and administer appropriate interventions when student concerns arise as identified through Early Alert process (platform)
Create a welcoming and caring environment when working with students
Assist in the development of educational and career plans that are consistent with students' personal values, goals, and career objectives
Create and facilitate workshops/presentations for students on topics related to Student Success (group advising, First-Generation students, First-Year students, etc.)
Disseminate/collect data through surveys.
Communicate trends/patterns to Assistant Director
Participate and aide in staffing Academic Affairs unit related events (i.e. Preview Days, Convocation and Commencement)
Any other duties as needed and assigned by the Assistant Director and/or Senior Director Career/Internship Advising: In conjunction with the Employer Relations Coordinator & Internship Coordinator, assist all students with baseline Career/Internship advising related to purpose
Be familiar with existing resources (12Twenty, PathwayU) for students in learning about careers/internships of interest to them and with job/internship search skills/strategies (i.e. resume and cover letter writing, interview skills) Support the Employer Relations Coordinator & Internship Coordinator with the development and implementation of supplementary programs including Career/Internship Fairs, Opportunity Expos, career and/or internship related workshops and seminars.
Support of Schools and Faculty Advisors Serve as liaison with assigned academic school/dean(s)
Attend school meetings to share information
Be kept informed of program/curriculum changes
Update/notify faculty on advising changes/forms/dates; offer training and workshops.
E-mail reminders to faculty regarding important deadlines each semester.
Assist faculty advisors in interpretation of program evaluations

Other Duties Relating to Student Success (25%)
The Advisor will assist the Assistant Director and/or Senior Director with various duties related to the specific areas of the Division.
At the Assistant Director's discretion, the Advisor will be assigned duties based upon the needs of the Division to provide services to students and the skills and experience of the Advisor.
The Advisor will be assigned duties including but not limited to the following:

Application Process

APPLY ONLINE at www.chaminade.edu/employment-opportunities

Institution Information

The Chaminade community is a family where students mature into world citizens who respect the complexity and diversity of others, value community service, and strive to create a more just society. Our employees are committed to serving our diverse student population, helping them develop professionally through service learning, research and internship, leadership and community networking. At Chaminade, students receive a personalized education that prepares them for an ever-changing future. We invite you to help shape the leaders of tomorrow. Work for Chaminade. Be part of the change.

Additional Information

Marianist Identity/Native Hawaiian & Pacific Island Serving An expressed willingness to respect and support the Catholic and Marianist identity of Chaminade University of Honolulu and to perform all duties in a manner consistent with Marianist educational values and mission of the University. Understanding of and respect for the University’s designation as an institution serving students of Native Hawaiian and Pacific Island ancestry.

Contact Information

danielle.masuda@chaminade.edu 808-735-4718

Qualifications:

Required Qualifications

Successful candidates will join a diverse and cohesive community that upholds Marianist educational values. Applicants should share this appreciation for the mission of the University and display a passion for making entrepreneurial contributions to the communities they serve. A Bachelor's Degree in Education, Psychology, Counseling, Human Resources, or other related field is required.

Preferred Qualifications

Applicants with a Master's Degree in educational administration, academic/career counseling, educational leadership, education, or another related field, and two years work experience in teaching, counseling, or administration in higher education is preferred