The Myers-Lawson School of Construction (Construction Engineering
and Management) is currently searching for an Academic Advisor to
assist students in achieving educational and career goals through
the use of the full range of institutional, business, and community
This position provides academic advising, monitors students'
progress, implements engagement events and programs, and assists
students with academic difficulties.
Facilitates workshops and seminar classes on academic success
strategies and develops training materials and presentations.
Develops and maintains a strategic growth enrollment recruitment
Communicates with internal and external professionals to provide
academic information, recruits prospective students, and discusses
career opportunities for current students and alumni.
Master's degree in Education, Student Development, Counseling,
Construction or related field or Bachelor's degree and equivalent
training and/or experience.
Previous experience in academic advising and career planning;
leading workshops and seminars; event planning; facilitating group
sessions and making presentations.
Demonstrated knowledge and use of computers with the ability to use
software including but not limited to Microsoft Word, Excel, and
Demonstrated knowledge and skill such as creating, editing, and
documents and correspondence and managing confidential files and
Advanced Communication and computational skills, as well as a
service oriented demeanor.
Professional and team oriented.
Active promoter of diversity and inclusion.
Ability to occasionally work an alternative schedule other than
Monday Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and to travel for recruiting
Familiarity with student information systems, preferably
Member of NACADA or like professional organization.
Please submit your resume, a cover letter detailing your
qualifications and a list of three professional references with
preferred method of contact.
Commensurate based on experience for this A/P level position, Range
August 6, 2021
The successful Candidate will be required to have a criminal
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July 14, 2021