• Assist in the planning and implementation of targeted academic advising programs such as: University Studies (Undecided/Exploratory), College Credit Plus (CCP), international, transfer, and other assigned student populations
• Coordinate and implement outreach interventions focused on retention and academic success
• Assist students with petition processes for academic actions and transfer credits, as appropriate
• Support the Office of Admission during recruitment and enrollment events, providing advising information for prospective students and their families
• Utilize career development resources to assist students to identify appropriate major options
• Participate in academic advising services with the Student Orientation, Advising, and Registration program (SOAR)
• Serve as an academic advising trainer and resource for faculty and faculty advisors, as well as campus partners
• Partner with academic advisors across the University to ensure consistency in advising
• Utilize advising tools such as DARS/u.Achieve, transferology.com, SSC Campus/Navigate, EAB, MyMajors/career development resources, and SCT Banner, in addition to the Google Suite
• Assist in developing individual and departmental long-range plans and objectives, based on the needs of the campus
• Instruct up to three credit hours per term of student success course work, such as UNV 101: I am Miami, as needed
• Other duties as assigned by the director
Regional Student Services (Middletown Campus): Academic Advisor to provide accurate and current curricular information for students pursuing baccalaureate and associate degrees offered at Miami University with a special focus on Miami Regional, College of Liberal Arts and Applied Science, degrees and programs.
Submit cover letter and resume to http://jobs.miamioh.edu/cw/en-us/job/495563. Direct inquiries to Yolanda Hart at firstname.lastname@example.org. Screening of applications begins on July 10, 2019 and continues until position is filled.
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Direct inquiries to Yolanda Hart at email@example.com.
• Master’s degree, preferably in student affairs, counseling or related field upon appointment
• At least one year of experience, post-baccalaureate, in academic advising and/or related student development programs in a university or community college setting. Relevant experience gained during a graduate program may also apply.
• Position is not eligible for H-1B sponsorship
• An understanding of student development theory and an understanding of the purpose and advantages of a liberal arts education
• Experience in working with at-risk, diverse student populations
• Excellent written and oral communication (including public speaking), interpersonal, collaborative skills, organization, and technological skills
• Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with students, faculty, and staff
• Experience working with a diverse student population, including international students