Student Success Coach I
Categories: North Central Region 6
|Lincoln Land Community College
|Jan 21 2021 12:18PM
|Feb 7 2021
The Student Success Coach I will develop supportive relationships with students and aid them in achieving their educational goals by teaching them the skills needed to make informed decisions.
• Create supportive relationships with students and develop those relationships throughout the students’ affiliation with the college. Assist students in establishing an academic plan and setting educational goals for success.
• Serve as primary student retention and outreach point of contact.
• Provide time-based interventions and coaching to students.
• Support students in addressing problems and connect them with appropriate support services.
• Teach students how to navigate campus and community resources, both on-campus and online.
• Engage and support students outside of appointment times via email, phone, or other college-approved mediums. • Educate students about the college curriculum and the relationship between degrees and careers. • Empower students to develop their own class schedules and manage course additions and withdrawals.
• Mentor students on academic probation or suspension and provide guidance in developing a success plan.
• Guide students’ understanding of external course transferability and articulation to other schools.
• Maintain contact and consultation with deans and faculty regarding any issues related to curriculum.
• Serve on any relevant committees or special projects as approved by the Director – Student Success.
• Perform other duties as assigned.
• Assist in the college planning and assessment program by developing annual objectives that impact long-range strategic goals.
The full position description, qualifications and application can be accessed at www.llcc.edu/hr. Interested applicants should apply online no later than February 7, 2021.
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• Bachelor’s degree.
• One year of work experience in education.
• Demonstrated ability to work with a diverse population.
• Ability to collaborate with appropriate stakeholders and solve problems.
• Detail orientation, strong analytical skills, excellent verbal and written communication skills, multi-tasking capabilities, and good time management skills.
• Knowledge of basic computer programs and Microsoft Office.
Master’s degree in Higher Education, College Student Personnel or related field. Experience in a community college setting.