Engage in academic advising for potential and current undergraduate SICE students. Work closely with Undergraduate Program Director. Lead academic advising initiatives. Incorporate technology and university systems in advising practices. Help students to identify and meet academic, personal and professional goals; analysis their success in meeting goals; and advise accordingly. Assist students with long-term academic and professional planning; interpreting policies and procedures; determining degree requirements and course sequencing; recommending academic and professional development resources; and focusing on individual student success strategies. Resolve problems. Complete graduation audits. Demonstrate an understanding of university and school policies/procedures, and campus student support resources. Refer students when appropriate. Maintain student records. Document and track student academic progress. Maintain confidentiality. Work closely with staff in all areas of Student Services. Develop, implement, and lead programs and processes to positively impact student success, integrate academic and career planning, improve efficiency and effectiveness of advising, and enhance recruitment/retention efforts. Plan, execute and support events, such as new student orientation, transfer student orientation, welcome week activities, targeted student programs, etc.
REQUIRED: Bachelor’s degree and two years of experience as an academic advisor, counselor, or related experience.
Combinations of education and experience may be considered.
Knowledge of purpose and structure of academic degree requirements. Comprehensive understanding of system-wide student and academic services/units and their interrelationships. Ability to maintain confidentiality and professionalism. Excellent communication, organization, and leadership skills. Commitment to a collaborative team environment. Ability to maintain accurate records and attention to detail required. Experience developing, implementing and assessing learning outcomes, student programming, and retention and outreach efforts.
Master’s in a higher education, counseling, technology or related field. Working knowledge of IU system-wide student service and academic delivery systems, including but not limited to University policies and procedures, SIS, IUIE, and Microsoft Office. Student academic and support programs.
Salary Plan: PAE
Salary Grade: 3SA
Department: SCHOOL OF INFORMATICS, COMPUTI (BL-INFO-IUBLA)
Internal Number: 73240
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