College of Engineering & Computing: Academic Advisors
provide individual academic advising to undergraduate students.
This includes academic planning, connecting advisees with
appropriate university resources, and some teaching.
Academic Advisor to provide individual academic advising to
undergraduate students in the College of Engineering and Computing
(CEC), which includes: academic planning, connecting advisees with
appropriate university resources, and communicating relevant
information verbally and electronically. Will participate in
the planning, implementation, and assessment of programs for: new
students, international, transfer, and prospective students. Will
initiate academic intervention and outreach efforts, office
strategic planning, and Office of Admission recruitment events. May
teach a first-year experience or transition course, act as a
resource for faculty and other professional advisors across the
University, and serve on committees/working groups. Other
duties as assigned by the Assistant Dean.
Required: Master’s degree in higher education, student affairs,
college student personnel, psychological counseling, or related
field, which must be completed by start date. Minimum 6 months of
full-time advising experience in a university or college setting,
including academic, career, study abroad, or other related areas.
Experience gained during a related graduate program can apply
(graduate experience is prorated; 1 semester of an assistantship is
equivalent to 2.25 months of full-time experience). This position
is available to persons who are currently authorized to work in the
United States on a full-time and indefinite basis. (Persons
authorized to work on such a basis include US citizens, lawful
permanent residents (“green card” holders), asylees, refugees, and
temporary residents under IRCA.)
Consideration may be given to candidates with a proven
understanding of student development theory; experience working
with diverse student populations; excellent written and oral
communication (including public speaking), organization,
technological and collaborative skills; experience with tools such
as: Banner, uAchieve (degree audits), Student Success Collaborative
(Navigate), Oracle Business Intelligence, and Transferology.com;
experience advising and working with engineering and computing
Submit cover letter and curriculum vitae to https://jobs.miamioh.edu/cw/en-us/job/499712/academic-advisor.
Department will request letters of recommendation from references
listed in the application. Inquiries about the position may be
directed to Ms. Keisha Norris at email@example.com. Screening
of applications will begin February 2, 2022, and will continue
until the position is filled.
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