Job Positions

Associate Academic Advisor

Categories: South Central Region 7


Department of Computer Science


University of Texas at Austin

Date Posted:

Sep 27 2021 9:57AM

Close Date:

Nov 27 2021

Position Description

Oversee all administrative duties of the Elements of Computing Certificate Program.?
To provide academic advising to students in the Computer Science Advising Center. Provide accurate and timely information on course and degree options to a diverse population of students. Facilitate multiple small community groups. Ensure the priorities of the College and Undergraduate Education are incorporated into all aspects of the position, including student-centeredness, diversity, equity and inclusion.
Attend meetings, professional development, participate in trainings and serve on committees as assigned.


Oversee all administrative duties for Elements of Computing Certificate: Certify students, advise for Elements Certificate, provide data to the C S Dept., handle all inquiries (email, petitions, waivers, etc.), create brochures/update website, registration/seat management, presentations. Present academic oriented material through workshops, facilitates multiple C S Pods and new student orientation. Facilitation of Computer Science internal transfer major changes and course selections. Provide academic advising for dedicated caseload of Computer Science majors. Participate in professional conferences and professional development. May serve on committees. Performs related duties as assigned.

Application Process

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Institution Information

This position is eligible for hybrid (remote + on campus) work arrangements.

Additional Information

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Contact Information

Morgan Baggiano


Required Qualifications

Bachelor's degree and four years of experience working with college students in an academic capacity or Master's degree in a related field and two years of experience. Commitment to working with and supporting diverse populations and their families and engaging with students, faculty and staff from a wide range of backgrounds. Excellent interpersonal skills; ability to communicate with all levels of constituents. Demonstrated professional demeanor. Able to work independently and in teams with overlapping projects. Familiarity with video and web conferencing software such as Zoom and Microsoft Teams. Relevant education and experience may be substituted as appropriate.

Preferred Qualifications

Master's degree in higher education, student affairs or counseling. Experience working with college student populations or UT experience as an orientation advisor, special program mentor, or other related position.