Student success coaches advise a small, consistent group of students in the Bachelor of Science in Health Science (BSHS) degree throughout their collegiate careers from matriculation to graduation. The student success coach position extends beyond the traditional academic advising philosophy and is designed for a new institutional and curricular model where coaches are integrally involved with all facets of a student’s academic, personal, and future professional success. Student success coaches participate in three major areas of responsibility: advising and student advocacy, teaching and management of coach resource resources and initiatives, and professional development and campus engagement.
Advising & Student Advocacy—65% Provide advising in academic planning, career development, and personal development. Academic Planning and Academic Support: Proactively mentor students through the process of formulating a personalized education plan, utilizing a variety of academic advising strategies including one-on-one and group advising Communicate and collaborate closely with faculty to monitor academic performance and form academic support plans for students Develop written and electronic informational materials used to advise students Coach students (including academically at-risk students) on goal setting, academic success skills, and utilizing appropriate academic resources Assist students through capstone proposal process, from initial concept to formal proposal to completion and reflection on experience Assist students in navigating university policies, procedures, and resources Monitor student progress towards graduation; extract, analyze, and report on student progress utilizing available databases and resources (e.g. APAS, PeopleSoft, UM Reports, Grad Planner, APLUS, iSEAL) Career Development and Pre-Health Coaching: Mentor students on career exploration process throughout their four years by helping them discover and reflect on their personal skills, values, and interests Encourage students to make important connections between the interdisciplinary curriculum and a broad range of health science career paths Advise on appropriate preparatory activities based on student’s intended career or educational pathway (e.g. certificate, professional or graduate school, career) Help students develop a professional identity, including resume building, interviewing skills, job search strategies, etc. Personal Development Encourage students to connect to and make meaning of community engagement activities Assist students in developing a deeper sense of self-awareness regarding values, strengths, and passions Challenge and support students in their personal growth and development throughout their time at UMR Teaching and Management of Coaching Resources—15% Student success coaches will teach courses part of the health science major. Teach select section(s) of CLI seminar courses such as Introduction to University, Personal Development & Career Exploration, and Career Skills Student Success and Engagement Team Collaboration and Leadership—15% Professional Development and Campus Engagement—5%
How To Apply Note the position title at the top of this page Please navigate to the UMN Human Resources page at https://humanresources.umn.edu/jobs Under "Recruiting Location," select "Rochester" Click on the appropriate position and click apply at the bottom of the linked page In addition to the online application, applicants must attach the following: Resume Cover Letter Statement of your commitment to diversity Names and contact information for 3 references
The University of Minnesota Rochester (UMR) offers students an unparalleled education in the health sciences. UMR’s integrated curriculum, personalized attention and unique learning environment encourage student success. Immersed in the heart of one of the nation’s most health-focused communities, our students engage with medical professionals on a daily basis and graduate prepared to transform knowledge into discovery in the exciting world of the health sciences.
Diversity The University recognizes and values the importance of diversity and inclusion in enriching the employment experience of its employees and in supporting the academic mission. The University is committed to attracting and retaining employees with varying identities and backgrounds. The University of Minnesota provides equal access to and opportunity in its programs, facilities, and employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, gender, age, marital status, disability, public assistance status, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression. More about diversity at the U can be found at http://diversity.umn.edu/
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