The UL Academic Success Center's Academic Advisors take a holistic approach in the responsibilities of: providing educational planning and academic advisement to first and second year students, coaching students on high impact academic success practices, and informing students of degree requirements and academic achievement. The Senior Advisor will support the ASC’s and University’s efforts to increase the persistence and graduation rates of the undergraduate student by fostering retention of students through mentoring, coaching, and other support programs. The Senior Advisor will need to be creative and take initiative on the development and implementation of programs and resources for student success and be able to foster relationships across campus.
• Initiates and implements academic success programs in order to increase student retention.
• Works closely with the Associate Director on ASC initiatives and assessments.
• Oversees professional advisor training.
• Serves on the Advising Council, improving communication of Colleges as it pertains to advising needs of students. • Works closely with partner offices in addressing student issues.
• Manages a caseload of students at risk of failure and monitors their academic progress and success, making appropriate referrals, when necessary.
• Serves on the ASC intervention team, to provide academic improvement plans for students who are underperforming in class.
• Performs other duties related to academic advising at the college or departmental level as assigned.
Apply online at https://humanresources.louisiana.edu/employment-opportunities Resume and cover letter/C.V. stating qualifications and specific interest in this position are required in order to be considered for the position.
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• Master’s Degree from a regionally accredited institution of higher learning and a minimum of three years of academic advising and/or coaching work experience at a four-year higher education institution.
• Ability to work as part of a mutually dependent and supportive team.
• Demonstrated commitment to diversity and to supporting the academic success of all students.
• Excellent communication skills, strong interpersonal skills, ability to remain calm under pressure and to adapt quickly to change.
• Working knowledge of ERP system (i.e. Banner) or demonstrated ability to learn and utilize student data management system.
• Experience with data analysis and assessment in higher education. Working knowledge of Banner and CRM Advise