Job Positions

Scholar Programs Coordinator

Categories: Southeast Region 4

Department:

Office of Fellowships and Scholar Programs

Institution:

University of South Carolina, Honors College

Date Posted:

Apr 29 2019 10:00PM

Close Date:

 
 

Position Description

The Scholar Programs Coordinator is a professional position in the Office of Fellowships and Scholar Programs, a unit in the South Carolina Honors College (SCHC). Staff members should possess a wide-ranging intellectual curiosity and a commitment to working with high-achieving students. The coordinator will perform a variety of duties in support of Scholar Programs to provide a four-year experience for the Top Scholar population: Stamps, Carolina, McNair, 1801 and Horseshoe Scholars. The coordinator will advise McNair Scholars use of individual enrichment funds and facilitate in the development and implementation of annual McNair Signature Experience.

Duties

The coordinator will advise McNair Scholars use of individual enrichment funds and facilitate in the development and implementation of annual McNair Signature Experience. The coordinator will provide personal advising to scholars through holistic advising processes (First Year Scholar Chats, Sophomore Strategy Sessions) and individual appointments and coordinator weekly communication with scholars and advise student organizations within Scholar Programs as assigned.

Application Process

Please visit Scholar Programs Coordinator http://uscjobs.sc.edu/postings/54757

Institution Information

The University of South Carolina does not discriminate in educational or employment opportunities or decisions for qualified persons on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation or veteran status.

Contact Information

Catherine Moring moringc@mailbox.sc.edu

Qualifications:

Required Qualifications

Master’s degree in Student Services or related field, or bachelor’s degree and 2 years related experience.

Preferred Qualifications

Prior advising with post-secondary high-ability students; working knowledge of scholar programs.