Career Advisor and Program Assistant, provides career programming and advising to undergraduate students in the College of Public Health, maintains advising records and notes for student's permanent record; refers students to other degree granting units where appropriate. Works with program director to lead capstone preparation course and supports capstone course, preceptor relations, works with program director to establish new site outreach and liaisons with current preceptors for capstone experiences; provides support to program in identifying course demands, supports assessment efforts, provides administrative support to program director including scheduling meetings and preparing documents. Provides centralized communication efforts to students in conjunction with program director, Liaison to CPH Alumni Society through Advancement and tracks graduation placement up to one year out. Supports program director with faculty and staff engagement, liaison with ASPPH in various ways including the undergraduate network. Manages special projects as assigned.
Master's degree in higher education or public health or related field; two years of career programming and advising experience; familiarity with use of a student information system and Microsoft Office suite; excellent organizational skills.
Target Salary: $47,484.00 - $47,484.00 Annually
Job Category: Administrative and Professional
Job Appointment (FTE%):
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