The Campuswide Honors Collegium (CHC) provides a community, academic curriculum, and support structure for undergraduate honors students. The CHC’s 1,200 students in all majors benefit from course sequences that provide a systematic introduction to thought in a broad array of disciplines, undergraduate research, and interaction with faculty and a diverse and engaged honors community. The CHC advising office supports students in their academic and personal development, so that they may set and achieve challenging goals as undergraduates and beyond. Department Website: http://honors.uci.edu
This position supports the Campuswide Honors Collegium’s (CHC) transfer student population and provides support resources and advising opportunities for student success. The Honors Advisor is also responsible for program development and implementation, including developing workshops, co-curricular events, and activities.
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3+ years of experience in an academic advising position or a related field or a combination of both education and experience. Bachelor's degree in related area and/or equivalent experience/training. Knowledge of undergraduate advising and counseling techniques, and familiarity with best practices in the field. Demonstrated skills to guide students in academic progress, personal development, undergraduate research, post-baccalaureate planning. Knowledge of and interest in working with a diverse population of honors students and transfer students. Ability to work as part of an advising team. Interpersonal skills to work with a broad population that includes students, parents, professional staff, faculty, and community members. Experience in developing and managing programs. Ability to develop innovative workshops, presentations, and activities to support student academic and social development. Ability to assess student developmental needs and be sensitive to the needs of students from diverse backgrounds. Abilities in problem identification, reasoning, ability to develop original ideas to solve problems. Multicultural competencies: ability to work with diverse populations. Ability to multi-task; verbal and written communication skills. Organizational skills to prioritize workload to meet needs and deadlines. Experience with Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Access, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Powerpoint, Microsoft Word, Outlook, and videoconferencing.
M.A./M.S. in Higher Education Administration, Student Affairs, or a related field, or equivalent education and experience. Knowledge of University processes and procedures. Knowledge of University-specific computer application programs and pertinent databases, including UCI Registrar Information System (Degree Works and Web Admin) or similar student academic information system. Knowledge of UC and UCI policies and procedures, general education requirement, general catalogue, various departmental requirements, course articulation, UCI academic and student support services, extracurricular services and resources, Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). Understanding of University rules and regulations. Skills to gather data, analyze, and make recommendations based on results. Familiarity with leadership development theories and the ability to develop training for student leaders
Special Conditions Preferred: Must be able to work some evenings and weekends, as needed for events and programs.