This position will coordinate academic advisor training, education, and professional development at the University of Utah. This position is responsible for initiatives that offer engagement and collaboration with the greater academic advising community to produce an environment that supports student success. This individual will develop and implement training, education, and professional development initiatives for new and continuing academic advisors within the Academic Advising Center and the campus-wide advising community. This position also advises a diverse population of students in regard to their academic planning and progress by utilizing professional advising and guidance skills. This individual must have considerable experience with academic advising for undergraduate students, understanding of technology tools that would translate to the academic advising environment, and well-developed written and spoken skills for large group presentations. While the current work of the Academic Advising Center’s staff is being done remotely, all staff — including the candidate selected for hire — will resume their duties on-campus when normal operations begin again.
• Develops, plans, implements, and evaluates initiatives to meet the training and development needs of university staff and faculty engaged in academic advising.
• Provides updates and solicits feedback from the University Academic Advising Community (UAAC) Executive Committee, either as a liaison or an executive board member.
• Coordinates In-Service presentations and other advisor trainings in collaboration with campus partners.
• Responsible for new advisor onboarding/training for the Academic Advising Center (AAC); contributes to the onboarding/training of new members of the campus-wide advising community.
• Responsible for administrative duties related to new advisor onboarding.
• Maintains and updates Academic Advising Wiki page.
• Assists with creating, maintaining, and enhancing advisor training in a Learning Management System (Canvas).
• Develops and prepares advising materials such as Storyline modules, PowerPoint slides, videos, etc. for advisor training purposes.
• Maintains a small advising case-load commensurate with their other responsibilities.
• Participates in the development, delivery, and analysis of assessment instruments for program evaluation and training.
• Represents advising interests and concerns on various University committees as needed.
• Participates in local and national professional associations through facilitation of presentations and serving on committees as needed. This job description is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities and qualifications required of employees assigned to the job.
Work Environment and Level of Frequency typically required Nearly Continuously: Office environment. Physical Requirements and Level of Frequency that may be required Nearly Continuously: Sitting, hearing, listening, talking. Often: Repetitive hand motion (such as typing), walking. Seldom: Bending, reaching overhead.
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In your cover letter, please address how your experience has prepared you to develop, plan, and implement training and professional development opportunities for academic advisors.
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