University of Idaho
$19.49 per hour or higher depending on education
Academic Coaching, within Tutoring and College Success (TCS), is
comprised of a three-person team: two Academic Coaches and an
Academic Coaching Coordinator. Academic Coaches provide
individualized academic support to students through one-on-one
consultations, a College Success Strategies course, and
presentations on college success strategies to the University of
Idaho community. Academic Coaches collaborate with University
Advising Services (UAS) and other campus partners to support
retention and graduation initiatives. Academic Coaches serve the
entire student population and work closely with underrepresented
populations, students that present academic risk factors, students
in historically difficult fields and specific living groups.
: Bachelor’s degree
- A minimum of two years’ experience in academic support at the
post-secondary level, or in K-12 education, or related field
working with diverse students.
- Experience developing and delivering presentations to small and
large audiences across a variety of platforms
- Experience using various computer applications; entering and
retrieving data using computerized record systems
- Experience providing professional outreach student and
- Bachelor’s degree in education, psychology, or social
- Master’s degree in related field.
- Experience with academic coaching or similar type of college
level academic support models.
- Experience teaching at the college level, preferably with
college students who present academic risk factors.
- Experience developing, promoting, and presenting programs on
college success strategies.
- Experience with Blackboard/BbLearn or other online learning
management system, online scheduling interfaces, or video
- Demonstrated understanding of academic success strategies.
Physical Requirements & Working Conditions:
- Theories, models and practices of college learning.
- Typical barriers experienced by at-risk and/or underrepresented
- Mental health first aid principles, QPR, or other emergency
mental health care.
- Knowledge of FERPA and confidential reporting (Title VII and
Open Until Filled:
Applications received on or before August 15, 2021 will receive
Applicants, please use your letter of qualification to explain in
detail how your work experience, skills, and abilities meet both
the required and preferred qualifications as listed in the position
description. Your letter of qualification will be used to
demonstrate your communication and writing skills to determine your
ranking among the other applicants for this position.
Applicants who are selected as final
possible candidates must be able to pass a criminal background
To apply, please visit: jobs.uidaho.edu
University of Idaho is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative