The Student Success Advisor (Achievement Coach) is responsible for advising students on academic programs, general education curriculum, learning support requirements, and college academic policies and procedures. This position works directly with students, ensuring their academic success by developing, implementing and monitoring student academic action plans. The Student Success Advisor (Achievement Coach) coordinates a broad range of activities and programs that support students’ success/goal attainment. The Student Success Advisor (Achievement Coach) will research, review, evaluate and advise on the improvement of student processes and programs. Additionally, this individual is expected to maintain an environment of academic and professional excellence to aid in student retention and degree completion. The Student Success Advisor (Achievement Coach) will work closely with Academic Affairs, Admissions, Career Services and Registrar’s offices. Ultimately, this position is responsible for coordinating programs that increase student success including increased integration of Learning Support Services into student retention initiatives. Also, the Student Success Advisor (Achievement Coach) works individually with students to create academic and career goals improve study skills and provide or refer resources to meet student needs.
Minimum Training & Experience: Bachelor's degree in a related Administrative, Business, Liberal Arts, or Social Science discipline with six months to one year experience directly related to the duties and responsibilities specified.
Agency Specific Qualifications and/or Preferred Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Education, Liberal Arts, Social Science or related field with six months to one year experience directly related to the duties and responsibilities specified. Must possess a demonstrated experience with student retention practices and programs as well as experience working with students in a higher education setting. Must have knowledge of student retention strategies, curriculum standards, instructional strategies, and assessments. Skills in operating a computer and various supporting software packages. Ability to prioritize multiple projects and work in an environment with regular interruptions. Must possess excellent written and, verbal and interpersonal communication skills and the ability to communicate technical concepts and ideas to individuals and groups.
Master’s degree preferred. One (1) year of professional experience with advising, retention and/or student success program. Ability to work closely with other units of the college to develop results driven retention plans. Ability to demonstrate considerable interpersonal skills and judgment in representing the college effectively in all interactions with internal and external entities.
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