Miami Regionals – Hamilton Campus: Fusion Program Coordinator
provides direct coordination of all aspects of the Fusion program
for students with attention and learning differences. Works closely
with the Student Disability Services to establish, execute, and
enhance an individualized, comprehensive support program that works
to develop the skills and strategies necessary to achieve academic,
social and career success.
Duties include and are not limited to: providing direct service
to a caseload of first time college and/or transfer students
admitted to the program, in individual and group settings, in order
to promote persistence and completion; Monitoring progress of
students via check-ins, scheduled meetings and/or proactive
outreach and communication, responding to students’ questions,
concerns and needs; Managing academic coaching that helps students
assess their own performance and develop academic success plans;
Assisting students in developing strong time management,
organizational skills, and other executive functions; Motivating
students to practice self-regulation, develop self-efficacy and
identify obstacles that may be impeding academic success; Helping
students in identifying, developing and implementing learning
strategies and study skills specific to course materials; Referring
students to appropriate academic personnel and support resources
and collaborates with others to monitor and accelerate the academic
progress of the students; Act as primary point of contact for
campus faculty and staff regarding Fusion students.
Required: Bachelor's degree and two years’ work experience
providing educational support at the high school or college level.
Position is not eligible for H-1B sponsorship.
Consideration may be given to candidates with a master's degree
in Special Education, Social Work, Disability Studies, Psychology,
Rehab Counseling, or closely related field. Previous related
experience with students with attention and learning differences.
Special certification related to ADHD.
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Inquiries may be directed to Claire Ruberg at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Screening of applications will begin June 17, 2022 and will
continue until the position is filled.
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