This individual will report directly to the Director of University Advising and will be working within the Exploratory Advising Center. They will be responsible for providing professional level academic advising/counseling and student support to freshmen in the Exploratory Major.
Providing advisement/counseling for students in matters related to goals, choice of curriculum, course load, study habits, and course scheduling/selecting; assisting in registration coordination procedures and schedule adjustments including verification of transient student requests; assisting with student orientation; teaching UNIV courses in the fall and spring; developing and or completing college/school documents such as classroom assignments, plans of study, curriculum guides, and study abroad documentation; serving as a resource for the university's student database including coordinating input, generating reports, training users, and recommending updates; verifying and reporting student and course information which may include (but not limited to) class rolls, grades, academic certification of athletes/veterans, statistical analyses, and/or forced drops; evaluating and/or updating student records in order to post grades, monitor student progress, and advise students on an appropriate course of study; and assisting with recruitment of prospective students. Other duties may be assigned as appropriate.
$31,300 - $52,100
- Entry into the applicant pool requires a Bachelor's Degree from an accredited institution in Education, Counseling, Communications, Business, Psychology, Student Development, or a relevant field.
- Must have knowledge acquired through the course of undergraduate academic endeavors.
- Excellent communication and teamwork skills are required, as is the ability to work as part of a team division wide.
- Demonstrated experience in a higher education setting; experience in advising; experience in working directly with students;
- strong presentation skills; familiarity with technological and assessment tools;
- excellent interpersonal communication skills;
- the ability to work effectively in a team environment;
- knowledge of Banner software;
- knowledge of Student Success Collaborative software and knowledge of AU academic policies and procedures.