The College of Engineering invites applications for an Academic Advisor position(s) in the Office of Undergraduate Academic Advising. The Academic Advisor will advise and assist undergraduate students with all aspects of course planning and registration from Orientation, through academic progression, to Commencement. Responsibilities include teaching multiple sections of a one-credit first year seminar, monitoring and supporting academic progress, serving as a referral source to students experiencing academic and personal challenges, and assisting with various College programs. Will also serve as departmental liaison and advisor to upper class students and incoming transfer students, review records for completion of degree requirements, provide interpretation/explanation of College and University policies and procedures, and provide support for enrollment and retention initiatives.
Master's degree in Higher Education, or related field required. Two to five years of experience required; previous experience in higher education recommended. Strong communication, organizational, and analytical skills are required. Must be able to work well as a team member with a variety of constituencies, work independently and take initiative; attention to detail is imperative. Teaching experience strongly preferred. Familiarity with Microsoft Office, and registration/advising support tools such as BANNER, Salesforce, and Degree Audit programs preferred.
Requisition Number: STFR005565
Internal Number: 62101
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