The incumbent will provide support for undergraduate students in the College of Natural and Mathematical Sciences (CNMS) and in the STEM BUILD at UMBC program.
The Student Success Coach will focus on assisting students with the identification of their needs, helping them set achievable goals, and developing their academic success skills. Methods may include, but are not limited to, workshops, group sessions, and one-on-one meetings. The incumbent will work closely with staff in CNMS Advising, STEM BUILD, and the STEM Living-Learning Community, to coordinate their support efforts with existing and future initiatives within CNMS.
For best consideration, please submit a cover letter, resume, and contact information for three professional references to http://listings.umbc.edu/cw/en-us/job/493043?lApplicationSubSourceID=11286 by October 11, 2019. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
UMBC is a dynamic public research university integrating teaching, research and service to benefit the citizens of Maryland. As an Honors University, the campus offers academically talented students a strong undergraduate liberal arts foundation that prepares them for graduate and professional study, entry into the workforce, and community service and leadership. UMBC emphasizes science, engineering, information technology, human services and public policy at the graduate level. UMBC contributes to the economic development of the State and the region through entrepreneurial initiatives, workforce training, K-16 partnerships, and technology commercialization in collaboration with public agencies and the corporate community. UMBC is dedicated to cultural and ethnic diversity, social responsibility and lifelong learning.
Please apply via http://listings.umbc.edu/cw/en-us/job/493043?lApplicationSubSourceID=11286
Bachelor's degree and two years of experience required. A completed Master's degree may be substituted for two years’ experience. The ability to work evening and weekend hours is required.
Experience in Advising, Student Affairs, Counseling, Social Work, or a related field is preferred. A background in STEM, or a history of working with students in STEM disciplines is a plus, but not required.