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Dallas, TX
Academic Affairs Associate
Dallas, TX
Conroy LLC
Dallas, TX
Academic Affairs Associate
  • Work with the Graduate Directors to manage the cohorts of accepted students, ensuring the strongest possible program-specific diversity objectives
  • Work with the Assistant Dean, Associate Deans, and Graduate Directors to design and customize recruitment and admissions software
  • Demonstrated success in developing and maintaining student, staff, parent, team, and/or community collaborative programming
  • Implement and maintain marketing and communication plan for partnership work
  • Evidence of success in working with diverse communities of parents, students, and staff
  • Perform other duties as assigned or requested
  • Assist the faculty with admissions, conversion, and retention processes. (20%)
Phoenix, AZ
Academic Department Associate
Phoenix, AZ
Flatley and Sons
Phoenix, AZ
Academic Department Associate
  • Manage the departmental office, including processing mail and ordering supplies
  • Develops and maintains all program files
  • Establish and maintain department files
  • Assist faculty, in collaboration with department chair, in numerous areas associated with instruction and creativity and scholarship including scheduling rooms, computers/software requests, grant support, etc
  • Establish and/or maintain proficiency with the software associated with classrooms, course materials, curricular and catalog changes and development
  • Establish and/or maintain proficiency with the software associated spreadsheets and budgeting software
  • Assist with department events and public relations by updating web site, brochures, help with department scholarship banquet, etc
Houston, TX
Associate Director Academic Advising
Houston, TX
Houston, TX
Associate Director Academic Advising
  • Provide coaching and development to motivate staff to improve student satisfaction and quality of service delivery
  • Provide management with daily reports on the performance of their Student Advising Team
  • Assist with the development and execution of advising strategies that address high-risk students
  • Assist with development, documentation, and promotion of new policies and procedures
  • Assist with development and execution of retention strategies that motivate and inspire students
  • Identify opportunities to create, improve and implement innovative services that support student success
  • Provide coaching and professional development to all student advising team members to ensure all the achievement of goals and objectives
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Bachelor’s Degree in Organization
Bachelor’s Degree in Organization
Chapman University
Bachelor’s Degree in Organization
Skills Skills
  • Strong organizational and project management skills with acute attention to detail
  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills
  • Creative, innovative, able to work independently and in a team environment
  • Ability to adapt to new and rapidly changing situations
  • Effectively work with multiple databases and student platforms
  • Self-starter
  • Demonstrated skill at connecting and building rapport with other service-oriented, technical, and operational teams
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Associate Provost for Academic Affairs Resume Examples & Samples

  • Evidence of superior interpersonal and communication skills that reflect clarity of expression and effectiveness in working with diverse groups in a complex organizational setting
  • Demonstrated ability to develop valuable collaborative relationships and partnerships with faculty, staff, and academic leadership; to build strong relationships with faculty; and to mentor them in and for leadership roles
  • Demonstrated leadership capacity accompanied by inspiration, collegiality and discretion; clear direction and sound judgment in providing guidance and facilitating change during significant institutional change
  • Ability to maintain and evaluate goals, objectives and policies as evidenced by strong planning, organizational, and advocacy skills, including the ability to articulate Institute values and priorities well
  • Skill in conducting and reporting research on academic policies, best practices and other matters
  • Other: Knowledge of academic governance structures, academic programs and academic program development as well as an understanding and appreciation of the role of faculty governance
  • Knowledge of and experience in implementing higher education academic accreditation and assessment standards and procedures
  • Knowledge of managerial principles and practices, including strategic planning and continuous quality improvement
  • Commitment to principles of equal opportunity and the ability to work with a culturally diverse Institute community
  • Demonstrated knowledge of and appreciation for emerging trends in higher education

Associate Director, Academic Advising Center Resume Examples & Samples

  • At least six years of direct academic advising experience or related experience in a college/university setting
  • Experience with staff supervision, leadership development, developing and leading training workshops for college/university staff on issues related to student development
  • Skill in assessment and report writing
  • Experience working with first generation students and other underrepresented groups strongly preferred
  • Some experience in web design and management, as well as, social media

Associate Director of Academic Ventures Resume Examples & Samples

  • Supports the executive director in providing short and long-term planning and management of a complex portfolio of departmental projects
  • Oversees multiple departmental initiatives, including the exploratory seminar program (from the online application portal through proposal review and seminar development), the science lecture series, student-related events, programs associated with the annual gender conference, and others
  • Participates in conference planning efforts and supports the work of the planning committees
  • Ensures that project efforts (research, communication, organization, and follow-through) are cohesive, consistent, and effective in supporting the department’s, the Radcliffe Institute’s and the University’s missions, goals, and strategic plans
  • Participates in the development, implementation, and maintenance of individual project objectives and short- and long-range plans; develops tracking and evaluation programs to ensure the accomplishment of established project goals and objectives
  • Works with the executive director to grow and maintain effective working relationships among project leadership, Radcliffe administration, and principle business and operational stakeholders
  • Develops and maintains relationships with Harvard faculty, graduate and undergraduate students, and administrative staff to promote the activities of the department
  • Drafts and edits reports, proposals, and programmatic communications for review by executive director
  • Collaborates with the department administrator to formulate, document, and implement policies and procedures for the Academic Ventures team
  • Project manages and contributes to the annual development and submission of departmental budgets, multi-year plans, and periodic and year-end reports for the dean, advisory council, and visiting committee
  • Supervises assigned staff
  • Graduate degree is required
  • A minimum of five years’ experience in research, administration, and project management in a higher education setting
  • High proficiency in MS Office applications, particularly Excel and PowerPoint
  • Exceptional verbal and written communication skills and the ability to present effectively to small and large groups consisting of faculty and staff
  • Excellent research skills in both academic and professional areas
  • Experience with and knowledge of project management principles and processes and demonstrated ability to direct, coordinate, and strategically integrate multiple complex projects at a departmental and institutional level to successful conclusions
  • Familiarity with budget preparation and fiscal management
  • Ability to collaborate effectively with multiple internal and external stakeholders at all levels
  • Ability to seek, develop, and maintain strong working relationships with Harvard faculty and with staff across the university at all levels
  • Demonstrated ability to develop and implement short- and long-range systems, capacity, technology, and operational plans
  • Ability to lead cross-departmental teams of academic and administrative staff and students effectively
  • Knowledge of technology and web applications and willingness to research, evaluate, and learn new online tools
  • Knowledge and experience with a range of Harvard University departments, programs, and schools strongly preferred

Associate Director, Academic Skills Centers Resume Examples & Samples

  • Oversee Tutoring Services, an area of the Academic Skills Center that provides tutoring, peer mentoring, webinars, live chat forums, tutorials, and other instructional resources and support to help students succeed in their coursework at Walden University
  • Recruit, hire, train, and supervise Graduate Assistants and part-time Instructional Specialists who tutor in various academic areas, currently including statistics and MS Excel, PowerPoint, and Word
  • Work with the Instructional Support Coordinator in Tutoring Services to arrange tutors’ schedules on WCOnline, provide professional development, address performance issues, and oversee the Center’s internal website for Tutoring Services staff
  • Develop curriculum and other asynchronous resources, such as instructional modules, online quizzes, infographics, and tutorials, in multiple modalities to support student success in Walden undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral programs
  • Manage the Doctoral Peer Mentoring Program, currently in pilot stage with the possibility of expanding into an ongoing service based on analysis of pilot data by Center and other university administrators
  • Report and analyze monthly data on student use of Tutoring Services resources
  • Develop proposals for new initiatives to meet students’ academic needs
  • Contribute to meeting the goals of the Center as a member of Center’s leadership team
  • Manage tasks related to Center’s directives
  • Collaborate on budgeting for Center
  • Promote Center by working with other academic leaders in and outside of the Center for Student Success on collaborative tasks
  • Travel to relevant university meetings
  • Perform other duties and responsibilities that management may deem necessary from time to time
  • Knowledge of the business
  • Problem solving & critical thinking
  • Earned Master’s degree in a relevant discipline and area, required; earned doctoral degree in a relevant discipline and area preferred
  • Demonstrated experience working in a college or university co-curricular instructional center or office, such as a learning center, a student services center, or an academic skills center; management experience in such a center preferred
  • Commitment to advocating for the learning and development needs of students earning their degrees in an online, distance-learning environment required; experience in supporting students in online educational programs preferred
  • Excellent leadership, communication, collaboration, team building, management, and human relation skills
  • Strong knowledge of the field of co-curricular instructional support in higher education, particularly in online higher education
  • Ability to work collaboratively with individuals from diverse cultural and professional backgrounds
  • Ability to creatively solve problems
  • Experience teaching or learning in online learning management systems preferred

Associate Director, Academic Advising Resume Examples & Samples

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  • Successful completion of a full 4-year course of study in an accredited college or university leading to a bachelor's or higher degree; OR appropriate combination of education and experience and 5 years' career counseling/advising in higher education or 5 years' of industry experience; or other relevant experience required; OR
  • Five years of academic advising, preferably in the area of health professions advising, or counseling

Associate Director of Academic Area Resume Examples & Samples

  • Personnel Management: Manage a portion of the academic team including Assistant Director and a Graduate Assistant; Serve as a mentor to the aforementioned academic team; Perform quarterly and annual reviews of direct reports
  • Operations Management: Manage the daily academic operations of those respective teams; Communicate with coaches regarding any academic functions, policies and procedures; Utilize standard grade report to communicate student-athlete progress to appropriate constituents; Facilitate dissemination of faculty progress reports to coaches and alert them of any student-athletes experiencing difficulty; Work in conjunction with Student Learning and other pertinent units to develop a support structure to enhance learning outcomes; Assist in monitoring study hall; meet once per week with coaches to report on each student-athlete’s progress in detail including current grades, academic progress and problems, and any concerns
  • Student Support: Create an academic plan that outlines degree completion within four years; Monitor assigned student- athletes' eligibility and communicate their progress to the appropriate constituents; Work cooperatively with college academic advisors in advising student-athletes to meet degree requirements; Provide personal and career advice for assigned student-athletes; Monitor graduation progress and respond to any requests for information regarding student-athletes' degree progress; Inform and advise student-athletes of all SEC & NCAA eligibility requirements; Assist student-athletes with scheduling of courses ensuring that course schedules are balanced and fit the time and season constraints of the student-athletes; Provide letters of recommendation and submit nominations for awards and scholarships for graduate and professional school; Respond to and initiate faculty communication regarding student-athletes with poor academic progress and work cooperatively to design strategies for improved performance; Formulate academic success plans for student-athletes experiencing academic difficulty; Serve as a mentor to the student-athletes; Ensure that student-athletes with learning challenges are receiving the support necessary to be successful learners; Provide professional level support and programs to student-athletes in accordance with the regulations of LSU, the SEC, the NCAA, HIPPA, and ADA
  • Other Responsibilities: Participate in the recruitment process by meeting with prospective student-athletes and providing them with information about LSU's academic programs and the Academic Center's support programs; Act as liaison to admission and other campus offices; Perform any other duties as assigned by the Director of Academic Affairs

Associate Director, Academic Resource Center Resume Examples & Samples

  • Determines reasonable accommodations for students with physical disabilities or chronic health conditions in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act and prescribed University policies and practices
  • Represents the ARC as an advocacy office for students with disabilities by participating in training and educational forums, i.e. New Student Orientation, Residence Life training for professional staff and resident advisors, etc
  • Facilitates and promote career opportunities, in conjunction with the Cawley Career Education Center, for students with disabilities
  • Works with local agencies that provide interpreting/CART services for students who are deaf or hard-of-hearing by determining fee for services and providing ongoing feedback regarding services
  • Collaborates with the Department of Emergency Management and Operational Continuity (DEMOC) and Georgetown University Police Department (GUPD) to determine best practices in advising students to handle possible evacuation during an emergency
  • Provides assistance to faculty and staff in helping them to understand their role in the accommodation process
  • Explains the medical housing process to students through individual consultations as part of an interactive process to determine appropriate housing needs
  • Coordinates and determine medical housing requests in collaboration with the Office of Residential Living
  • Knowledgeable in the areas of current disability issues that can impact revision and/or implementation of policy and protocol of documentation and accommodations
  • Serves on University committees and represent the rights of people with disabilities and the need for accessible facilities, services, and programs
  • Acts as a consultant for University partners who require guidance in the area of disability and accessibility
  • Collaborates with University partners in conducting training efforts regarding accessibility/disability issues
  • Assists in promoting disability issues through programs
  • Provides back-up support, in the absence of the Coordinator of Administrative Services, ensuring implementation of accommodations
  • Participates in the use and training of Clockwork
  • Participates in training and supervision of student office workers
  • Participates in ARC activities, (i.e. proctoring final exams, writing learning outcomes, etc.)
  • Provides support to fellow ARC staff members

Associate, Academic Partnerships Resume Examples & Samples

  • Support development of new partnerships with academic medical centers, and day-to-day relationship management with existing partners to ensure that Flatiron products are meeting or exceeding expectations
  • Support development and implementation of strategies to increase awareness and use of Flatiron products within partner sites
  • Collaborate with and reliably share partner feedback with Flatiron’s team of product managers, engineers, business development leaders, and other cross-functional colleagues
  • Support development of pitch decks and proposal documents for partner stakeholders focused on Flatiron’s offerings for academic institutions
  • Support onsite partner meetings (anticipated travel: 20%)

Associate Academic Dean Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provides leadership and administration within a college or school, in accordance with established guidelines, university policy and/or governmental regulations
  • Lead the Admissions and Recruitment Office in its responsibilities to recruit and admit diverse and highly qualified students
  • Supervise and train admissions staff and student recruiters in their daily recruitment and admission responsibilities
  • Conduct individual and group counseling sessions for prospective students. Manage enrollment process to ensure attainment of strategic enrollment goals
  • Plan and coordinate recruitment events at the School of Law. Travel as required within and outside the State of Texas to undergraduate campuses, recruitment forums, and job-related conferences
  • Develop annual budget for the admissions and financial aid offices
  • Maintain effective data records, including weekly tracking reports and regular updates on meeting recruiting and admissions goals
  • Collaborate to create recruitment materials for all law school programs, including the Legal Centers of Excellence
  • Develop, recommend, and coordinate admissions criteria and application procedures
  • Oversee all contact with applicants and potential applicants, including letters of admission and denial and scholarship award letters
  • Review applications (regular, transfer, visiting) as member of the Faculty Admissions Committee and make admissions decisions alone or in collaboration with the full admissions committee. Provide data/info as needed
  • Manage merit scholarship budget for incoming students, and make decisions on individual awards. Advise and coordinate with Law School Foundation on awards to upper division students
  • Ensure accuracy and timeliness of admissions data. Completion and submission of data to various outside entities, including the ABA
  • JD degree, 5 or more years experience in law school admissions, knowledge of financial aid policies and procedures
  • Demonstrated ability to follow-through to completion of long range goals, with attention to detail, anticipation of needs, and high degree of organization
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Word and Excel. Experience with databases (preferably ACES2 and Banner)
  • Experience in producing printed and electronic marketing materials. Knowledge of financial aid process
  • Experience in fundamentals of website design theory

Senior Associate Athletics Director for Academic Services Resume Examples & Samples

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Associate Provost for Academic Effectiveness Resume Examples & Samples

  • Academic Assessment
  • Education:Earned doctorate degree (or equivalent terminal degree) from an accredited university is required
  • Work Experience:Ten or more years of combined relevant experience in higher education administration, instruction, or research
  • Skills:Applicants should have a strong record of success in administrative leadership roles. The ideal candidate will be familiar with issues in higher education and have demonstrated experience in leading and managing academic assessment and accreditation, new academic program development, and academic program review. Consistent with Georgia Tech’s culture, the successful candidate will be an energetic and conscientious administrator, and demonstrate a commitment to inclusion and diversity. Further, he/she will promote the Institute’s Strategic Plan and work as an integral member of the Provost’s and Institute leadership team to further the Institute’s vision, mission, and goals
  • Preferred Education:N/A
  • Preferred Certifications:N/A

Associate Director of Academic Initiatives Resume Examples & Samples

  • Implement the Living and Learning Community (LLC) strategic plan and any future modifications
  • Communicate continuously with the faculty principals, senior fellows, program directors and steering committee members as their point person in HRL, work to help them expand student participation, and formally recognize their support activities
  • Work with departmental and student staff to implement and train on a curricular model focused on the DSA Aspirations for Student Learning and related goals of diversity and inclusion
  • Lead the department assessment of LLCs and Residential Colleges as they relate to student success and community development
  • Coordinate the LLC marketing plan and admissions materials to appeal to incoming first year students, to retain or recruit upper class students to live in LLCs, and to grow the LLC communities
  • Serve on ad hoc and standing departmental or university committees as needed
  • Serve on the department’s upper level on-call rotation
  • Direct administrative office, budget allocations, and other oversight duties as defined

Associate Director of Academic Advising Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provide daily, weekly, monthly and quarterly success metrics and analysis on team and advisor performance in retention, grades, phone metrics, and service levels
  • Review term final grades and cumulative GPA’s and conduct follow-up including outreach strategies
  • Support, develop and administer all student advising procedures as described in the course catalog, student handbook and other regulatory documents
  • Act as a liaison between other departments in assisting with process based questions/procedural questions that involve Student Affairs specific questions, and in support of Graduation Team structure
  • Provide coaching and professional development to all student advising team members to ensure all the achievement of goals and objectives
  • Guide Advisors on how to handle at-risk students with life and other circumstances to ensure online course attendance
  • Guide Advisors on how to handle student’s issues with risks/consequences of not meeting university requirements in order to stay in school
  • Manages staff performance by providing coaching, support, and direction to strengthen skills and knowledge to impact department efficiency
  • Fostering positive energy and positive morale for the staff
  • May require occasional travel to other locations
  • Requires the ability to work a manager schedule, including more than 40 hours, evenings, weekends to accommodate student and department needs
  • Bachelor’s Degree from an institution accredited by an agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education (or international equivalent)
  • 3 + year of management experience
  • Master’s Preferred from an institution accredited by an agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education (or international equivalent)
  • 3 + years of experience leading a team

Academic Associate Resume Examples & Samples

  • Participates in Research activities including
  • Bachelor's Degree in related field, required
  • Minimum of one (1) year basic or clinical research experience, required
  • Certified in Haz-Mat Training for packing and shipping, as needed per study protocols, required
  • Leadership experience as exemplified by membership in extra-curricular and/or professional associations
  • Excellent interpersonal, presentation and communication skills, required

Associate Provost for Academic Policies & Administration Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provide advice and assistance to the Provost and Vice Provost on a range of academic issues and policies, including but not limited to the following: appointments, hiring, specialized faculty, reviews, and governance
  • Develop, interpret, and administer university and campus policies and procedures, including creating and updating Provost’s Communications
  • Represent the Provost’s Office on various campus and university system committees and working groups
  • Support departments, schools, colleges, and other academic units in handling a broad range of faculty and academic policy matters, including issues related to bylaws, university statutes and procedures, and shared governance
  • Provost’s Office liaison on internal/external audits to relevant campus and university offices. Monitor and oversee Provost’s management of audit matters
  • Assist the Vice Provost for Academic Affairs with human resources matters related to faculty in consultation with Academic Human Resources
  • Serve as liaison between the Provost’s Office and the Division of Public Safety, Public Affairs, and the Office of Diversity, Equity and Access to ensure effective information-sharing and task coordination
  • May have supervisory responsibilities for academic professionals, Provost’s Fellow(s), and/or Assistant Provosts
  • Current tenure-system appointment at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • Minimum of three years of administrative experience at the departmental or college level on the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign campus
  • Demonstrated experience drafting and administering academic and administrative policies and procedures at the departmental or college level

Associate Academic Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • M.A. in Applied Linguistics, TESOL, ESL, Language Teaching Methodology or related field that includes at least 18 credit hours of coursework for English as a second language instruction
  • 1- 2 years of experience working on ESL/EFL curriculum development and design for adult learners (must have experience designing a brand new course)
  • 5 years of full-time teaching experience in an Intensive English Language Program (IEP)
  • Experience with and knowledge of a variety of curriculum approaches and methodologies for teaching English as a Second Language to include content-based language teaching
  • Recent management experience coordinating curriculum across multiple levels
  • Experience recruiting, hiring, supervising and evaluating academic staff in a university environment
  • Excellent analytical, written and communication skills, with ability to collaborate with management and staff
  • Ability to manage multiple projects, adjust to changing priorities and perform well under pressure
  • Evidence of ongoing professional development activities
  • Responsible for developing, maintaining and updating curriculum overview charts, course descriptions, course syllabi templates, textbook lists, and course materials. Serves as a contact and resource for any teachers seeking general advice or course preparation support. Ensures teachers have access to curriculum materials to include course syllabi templates, materials in course management systems (e.g. Blackboard, Schoolology) and textbooks/online materials or workbooks. Provides leadership and guidance on developing weekly schedules, activities and assessments and advises on teaching methodologies the program supports. Plans and reviews final exam week assessments and/or cumulative assessments in courses
  • Manages the dissemination, interpretation and application of IA policies and recommends changes to the Academic Director
  • Participates as a member on the IA Academic Management Team attending weekly meetings with the Academic Director and faculty/staff meetings, and contributing ideas for the development/adjustment of IA academic program policies, procedures, and curriculum
  • Conducts teacher classroom observations, providing feedback for improvement and supporting performance review processes
  • Oversees and gives feedback to teachers with course releases to work on curriculum revision. Ensures curriculum resources available have current links to a teacher resource chart, the course syllabus and program policies. Maintains curriculum for short-term courses as needed in collaboration with the Academic Director
  • Responsible for analyzing course data from course evaluations, student and teacher surveys and other sources to monitor the validity and reliability of learning assessment practices. Ensures regular review of curriculum and assessments occurs and incorporates data from multiple sources
  • Schedules and runs curriculum meetings to provide curriculum updates, to share ideas for courses and to give feedback on proposed changes
  • Creates and offers in-house training sessions on issues related to curriculum development, assessments, use of materials or instructional technology (e.g. Blackboard), instructional design and teaching methodology
  • Selects textbooks and materials for courses and communicates with academic staff who order textbooks and desk copies. Schedules regular review of textbooks and course materials. Reviews textbook budgetary and resource allocations for management approval
  • Formal training or coursework in instructional design, curriculum development or related topic
  • Advanced knowledge of classroom technology and desktop publishing software to include use of course management systems (e.g. Blackboard, CANVAS), moviemaker/video recording software, Google docs, and Microsoft Office products
  • Evidence of excellent administrative performance in a college-level English language program
  • Evidence of contributions to colleagues' professional development, demonstrated by workshops, collaborative materials development, or other activities
  • Ability to work well in fast-paced changing environment

Academic Affairs Associate Resume Examples & Samples

  • Develop, advance, and maintain relationships with partner school sites, school and district leaders and teachers, parents, and community stakeholders
  • Develop and implement teacher, parent, and community engagement strategies across school sites. Work with external organizations to support the goals of each local school partnership
  • Develop and maintain external partnerships with community organizations and business entities
  • Create, develop, produce and implement partnership website content and materials to optimize use by university, school sites, donors, community partners, parents, and students
  • Contribute to grant writing and fundraising efforts in support of local school partnerships
  • Work to develop partnerships between the LMU community and partner schools
  • Develop metrics to evaluate success of local school partnerships
  • Contribute to Continuous Improvement efforts related to local school partnerships
  • Implement and maintain marketing and communication plan for partnership work
  • Perform other duties as assigned or requested
  • Minimum five years of experience in an educational, partnership, or policy setting. Experience working with broad constituencies toward collective results
  • Demonstrated success in developing and maintaining student, staff, parent, team, and/or community collaborative programming
  • Evidence of success in leading a team of staff for common goal of increased outcomes, preferably leading teachers
  • Knowledge of California public schools and existing district-based and community-based parental and community engagement programs
  • Evidence of success in working with diverse communities of parents, students, and staff
  • Ability to collect, analyze and synthesize data
  • Exemplary communication skills (both written and oral) evidenced by background in preparing comprehensive reports and executive summaries. Excellent public speaking, listening, and consensus building skills
  • Demonstrated computer competency and preferably knowledgeable of Microsoft office systems
  • Typically a Bachelor’s Degree in education, leadership, administration, business, marketing, media, or equivalent. Master’s degree preferred

Academic Affairs Associate Resume Examples & Samples

  • Serve as the School’s point person for all graduate recruitment. (40%)
  • Be the initial contact for prospective students; respond to inquiries; build and maintain relationships from the application stage through acceptance and enrollment
  • Serve as the on-site recruiter at events, colleges, film festivals and panels, etc
  • Represent LMU within the admissions community and at professional organizations
  • Develop opportunities for prospective students to connect with faculty
  • Manage, analyze, and report on recruitment and admissions data. (20%)
  • Facilitate the gathering of data that will serve the needs of each department in their recruiting and admissions work
  • Work with the Assistant Dean, Associate Deans, and Graduate Directors to design and customize recruitment and admissions software
  • Evaluate data to determine what marketing/outreach/recruitment strategies are is working; improve as needed
  • Track the entire recruitment/admissions process for all prospective students: from initial queries, to application, to deposit, enrollment and graduation
  • Closely track and analyze retention patterns, especially for first year graduate students
  • Assist the faculty with admissions, conversion, and retention processes. (20%)
  • Work with the Graduate Directors to manage the cohorts of accepted students, ensuring the strongest possible program-specific diversity objectives
  • Maintain contact with accepted students, answer questions about programs, host visits to LMU, and connect them with appropriate faculty and current students
  • Conduct online interviews with international and domestic applicants
  • Follow accepted applicants through the enrollment process and maintain contact with enrolled students throughout the summer
  • Advise students and Graduate Directors regarding financial aid and housing opportunities
  • Support faculty in planning and executing graduate orientation activities
  • In collaboration with SFTV’s Communications office and the Graduate Directors, develop and help execute a comprehensive branding and marketing strategy to attract an ample, talented, and diverse pool of applicants. (15%)
  • Work with grad directors and communications office to develop messaging for online and print advertising, and implement external marketing campaigns to raise the visibility of the SFTV graduate programs nationally and locally
  • Regularly target specific regions of the country (by geography, ethnicity, gender) for intensive recruitment to meet each program’s diversity goals
  • Other (5%)
  • Minimum of 4 years related job experience
  • Highly developed organizational, leadership, and public speaking skills
  • Ability to analyze, manage, organize and execute day-to-day operations; work under deadlines. Assess, prioritize and delegate the daily flow of work. Ability to write and edit correspondence; to prepare memos and reports. Sensitivity to confidential information is essential
  • Computer competency in Microsoft Excel, Word, and PowerPoint
  • Typically a Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience and familiarity with the film industry

Associate Director, Academic Resource Center Resume Examples & Samples

  • Assist the Director in designing, monitoring, and evaluating all programs. Assist in the development and implementation of academic support services, working with faculty and others in meeting the changing student/University needs. Maintain liaison relationships with faculty/departments as appropriate in order to design and administer instructional programs based on student needs
  • Work with faculty to develop content support programming for high need courses
  • Recruit, select, train, evaluate, discipline, and on occasion, discharge tutors and student assistants
  • Track center usage and provide performance data to appropriate staff, faculty, and stakeholders. Prepare semester and annual utilization reports
  • Prepare and manage the ARC scheduling database for student appointments. Troubleshoot and resolve database issues
  • Evaluate and report on all aspects of the Academic Resource Center’s content tutoring program
  • Assist in the creation of Academic Resource Center promotional outreach with emphasis on content tutoring
  • Participates in the preparation of departmental budgets, make appropriate projections. Develop financial reports, and monitor revenues and expenditures of multiple accounts, and manage student staff payroll accounting
  • Serve as Acting Director when the Director is absent
  • Perform all other related requirements for an ARC staff member, in the overall management of the ARC, i.e., public relations, implementation of new computer applications, and general administrative staff duties
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the Director, Academic Resource Center
  • Represent LMU within Academic Resource Center community and at professional organizations or associations, serve on committees as required
  • Minimum three (3) years of professional experience in a college or university writing and/or learning center is preferred. Supervisory, organizational, and management expertise at a college or university writing and/or learning center is preferred
  • Ability to assess student/University special learning needs and provide a suitable program to assist students in academic achievement; ability to compose and word process effective, error-free correspondence; keep detailed, accurate records (e.g., student files); work effectively with students, faculty, and administrators
  • Familiarity with teaching methodologies, classroom instruction, database management, principles of supervision, tutor training, retention, and educational assessment
  • Exemplary communication skills (both written and oral)
  • Highly developed organizational and leadership skills
  • Demonstrated computer competency
  • Experience using MS Excel
  • Typically a Master’s degree from an accredited college or university is required or equivalent experience. Incumbent will be expected to continue upgrading knowledge, skills, and abilities needed to keep abreast of regulation/policy changes

Academic Department Associate Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provides support services to faculty holding office in professional organizations and supplies membership applications and information to students, faculty, and alumni for the organizations
  • Coordinates with Academic Computing and COEHS Tech for system maintenance and repair for department, faculty, and graduate assistants computers (424-3020)
  • Oversees submission of material, writing, editing, and production of Professional Counseling Newsletter
  • Completes all tasks listed on the “Semester Check-List”
  • Oversees the admission process with the admissions chairs and monitors the entire admissions process
  • Coordinates and manages the admission interview days and the New Student Orientation with the graduate assistants including the arrangement of rooms, parking permits, letters, schedules, agendas, registering new students, etc
  • Monitors the admissions/denials after the interview process and monitors the necessary paperwork to forward to the Graduate School
  • Responds to prospective students regarding the program, application, registration, etc
  • Coordinates and implements the on-line registration process for graduate students
  • Maintains course registration lists and waiting lists
  • Monitors student progress and status in overseeing admissions to candidacy for completion of program. Conduct pre-requisite checks periodically on all students
  • Answers questions regarding the program, certification, accreditation, course offerings, etc
  • Coordinates the assignment of advisors; relays information to graduate assistants; assigns advisors in PeopleSoft; updates the information on the student lists, and updates faculty regarding their advisee assignments
  • Coordinates the scheduling of the Professional Counseling Lab
  • Communicates with clients to schedule appointments and responds to needs between sessions
  • Maintains confidential client files
  • Prepares agendas and handouts according to the department meeting schedule set by faculty, attend department meetings (open, closed, and search meetings), records minutes of meetings, and prepares distribution of meeting materials in accordance with university policies
  • Responsible for checking program and DPI requirements for school counseling students related to the DPI Educator Licensing Online (ELO). Prepares the Endorsed Candidates for Licensure (ECL) data (template) for reporting to DPI
  • Creates class schedules and manages all aspects of class scheduling including room assignments and changes; builds the schedules based on various cohort models and years; and manages the on-line registration process for students, etc
  • Communicates with and coordinates information to and from the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Education Programs (CACREP) and works with the department’s CACREP liaison to maintain the department's accreditation. Answers questions from prospective and current students about the accreditation and its relationship to licensure and national certification
  • Coordinates and manages the process of the NCE/NCMHCE
  • Monitors the department website and works with the graduate assistants and Web Director to update websites as needed
  • Knowledge and competency with a wide variety of computer applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
  • Ability to supervise graduate assistants within the department
  • Ability to effectively and simultaneously coordinate and monitor a variety of time-sensitive tasks
  • Proficient writing and communication skills
  • Ability to serve as a consistent and knowledgable link between students, faculty, the college, and the greater university
  • Effective organization and data management skills
  • Ability to be flexible and creative in addressing needs and goals of the department
  • Ability to work both independently and collaboratively, depending on needs and timelines within the department

Academic Department Associate Resume Examples & Samples

  • Administrative support experience
  • Demonstrated experience in the use of software including Microsoft Office Suite, email, and electronic calendars
  • Demonstrated bookkeeping experience, especially pertaining to budget, travel, and procurement records
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate clearly, respectfully, and effectively in face-to- face, oral, written, and electronic forms
  • Excellent organizational, time management, and multi-tasking skills with an attention to detail despite frequent interruptions
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently and collaboratively, and set priorities to meet the demands of the position
  • Demonstrated ability to use discretion and good judgment regarding confidential information
  • 5+ years administrative support experience
  • Experience in higher education, particularly in the UW system
  • Associate degree or professional certification
  • Office management experience
  • Proficiency with software and web-based applications, Office 365 and UW System utilized software
  • Knowledge of budget and appropriation structure, inventory/record keeping
  • Knowledge of and experience with procedures regarding purchasing, purchasing contracts, and purchasing cards
  • Ability to plan, assign, and supervise the work of others (student supervision)
  • Willingness to maintain and enhance professional competencies by participating in professional development workshops, seminars, and training sessions, related to current position responsibilities
  • Ability to meet and work effectively with people across multiple levels of the organization
  • Represent and act as first point of contact for Accountancy department
  • Serve as a resource for faculty, staff and students regarding university rules, regulations, policies, forms and procedures
  • Manage the departmental office, including processing mail and ordering supplies
  • Make arrangements for meetings, lectures, interview candidates, workshops, and department events
  • Assist faculty with their service obligations related to their university roles (second to primary support for teaching and scholarship), including communication with accounting majors related to events and advising
  • Assist with the collection of information/data for departmental reports and Promotion, Retention and Tenure committee as needed
  • Manage and coordinate other office activities as they relate to departmental faculty/staff, including travel
  • Assist chair of Search & Screen Committee with work related to the recruitment of faculty/academic staff members
  • Manage department financial transactions in consultation with the department chair
  • Maintain control on the usage and tracking of the department procurement card and reconcile monthly billing statements
  • Oversee all accounts, including grants and faculty start-up
  • Establish and/or maintain proficiency with the software associated spreadsheets and budgeting software
  • Assist Chair in creating class schedule and scheduling classrooms for the semester in response to various parameters, i.e. room availability, course conflicts, faculty schedules, enrollment management, etc
  • Identify and verify which course materials are required for courses each semester and that quantities are available. Serve as liaison to textbook rental and bookstore, including assisting faculty with ordering course materials
  • Serve as the department liaison for the administration of the student evaluation of instruction. Complete Teaching Assignment Information and misc. forms
  • Establish and/or maintain proficiency with the software associated with classrooms, course materials, curricular and catalog changes and development
  • Assist faculty, in collaboration with department chair, in numerous areas associated with instruction and creativity and scholarship including scheduling rooms, computers/software requests, grant support, etc
  • Occasional administrative support for college-level needs if departmental time demands allow for flexibility
  • Establish and maintain department files
  • Assist with department events and public relations by updating web site, brochures, help with department scholarship banquet, etc
  • Hire, train, schedule tasks/hours, and supervise student workers
  • Verify and submit hours on appropriate software and review budget regularly

Seasonal Academic Placement Associate Resume Examples & Samples

  • Review academic documentation including report cards, unofficial transcripts, state test scores, and home school documents for compliance and completeness
  • Review special education documentation including Individualized Education Plans (IEP),evaluation reports, and 504 Plans for compliance and completeness
  • Review gifted documentation including gifted evaluations, Gifted Individualized Education Plans (GIEP), and testing results for compliance and completeness
  • Communicate with families who have submitted invalid or incomplete documentation through phone and email correspondence
  • Contact families who have been identified as needing additional support or documentation
  • Assist with naming, saving, and uploading of academic, special education, and gifted documentation into Connexus, our Education Management System
  • Clearly communicate additional enrollment and placement tasks that are needed in order to progress through the process in verbal and written form
  • Coordinate with the Enrollment Team to assist with counseling calls made to prospective families
  • Basic administration of accounts in the Connections Academy Education Management System and other third party accounts
  • Assist with creating user accounts for Supplemental Instructional Support Programs, when needed; and
  • Other duties as assigned by the Academic Placement Services Team Managers

Associate Director Academic Advising Resume Examples & Samples

  • Manage daily functions of an assigned advising team
  • Responsible for directly supervising and overseeing the daily functions of the office location managers and academic advising teams
  • Work closely with the Director of Academic Advising in achieving and implementing strategic goals and objectives for the department
  • Evaluate and assign workflow on a daily basis
  • Take focus on retention initiatives within the department
  • Assist with the establishment and implementation of short and long range advising strategies to exceed target goals, assisting students in successfully completing their program of study
  • Oversee the supervision of personnel, which includes work allocation, training, and problem resolution: evaluates performance and makes recommendation for personnel actions; motivates employees to achieve peak productivity and performance
  • Oversee daily operations of the team, ensuring compliance with the University, state and federal laws, policies and regulations
  • Oversee coaching, mentoring and training of staff on the advising team
  • Support student outreach initiatives by working collaboratively with units, colleges, and schools across the university to promote proactive, student-center advising
  • Assists with management of annual budget and with prioritization and efficient allocation of resources
  • Assist with prioritization of resources to ensure maximum ROI
  • Assist with the development and execution of advising strategies that address high-risk students
  • Assist with development and execution of retention strategies that motivate and inspire students
  • Work collaboratively with Academic Leadership, as necessary, to address student concerns, implement programmatic changes and ensure a positive student experience
  • Assist with recruitment, selection, and training academic advisors
  • Assist with development, documentation, and promotion of new policies and procedures
  • Gather intelligence and evidence to help the organization improve its academic and business process and the overall learning experience
  • Ensure that Advisors are on track with outreach to help students understand and complete degree requirements, select appropriate course registrations, and achieve satisfactory academic progress
  • Assist in meeting and exceeding student satisfaction and service level agreements
  • Work on assigned committees and teams within the organization
  • Minimum 7 - 8 years supervisory experience in a service-oriented environment or university setting
  • Minimum 2 years of experience in academic advising
  • Proven experience successfully managing teams remotely and in multiple sites preferred
  • Exceptional communication skills required
  • Strong organizational and project management skills with acute attention to detail
  • Must have demonstrated leadership skills required to build, manage and motivate teams
  • Effectively work with multiple databases and student platforms
  • Demonstrated skill at connecting and building rapport with other service-oriented, technical, and operational teams
  • Creative, innovative, able to work independently and in a team environment

Academic Associate Resume Examples & Samples

  • Intermediate MS Office, particularly Excel and Word
  • Data collection, summary and analysis of results
  • Report query and quality assurance expertise
  • SharePoint
  • Motivated to work both independently and collaboratively
  • Commitment to customer service and issue resolution
  • Ability to support and prioritize multiple work streams
  • Knowledge of academic process and university structure
  • Experience with Lean and/or Six Sigma methodology
  • Is subject to inside environmental conditions

Associate Director Academic Advising Resume Examples & Samples

  • Manage Advising team to ensure high service is provided and metrics and goals are met
  • Provide management with daily reports on the performance of their Student Advising Team
  • Collaborate with peer ADs in other locations on initiatives to assist in the overall student experience
  • Approach staffing and performance managing team of advisors to highest level of quality, utilizing observation scores and other measurements
  • Provide coaching and development to motivate staff to improve student satisfaction and quality of service delivery
  • Connects individual contributions with departmental and organizational goals to develop team commitment
  • Manage escalated service-related issues or complaints
  • Continue ongoing maintenance of Standard Operating Procedures
  • Identify opportunities to create, improve and implement innovative services that support student success
  • 5 + years of experience in an education related or service related role
  • 5 + years of experience with leading student advising in a fast paced, post-secondary education environment

Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs Resume Examples & Samples

  • Knowledge of institutional accreditation processes and policies
  • Knowledge of current trends in higher education and implications for program, policy, and procedural change
  • Knowledge of general principles of program review and curricular assessment
  • Familiarity with general functions of a university Registrar
  • Ability to work collaboratively with all stakeholders
  • Excellent managerial and supervisory skills
  • Proactive leadership skills
  • Lead and serve as a member of diverse teams

Academic Department Associate Resume Examples & Samples

  • Responds to current and prospective students regarding course availability, course prerequisites, class content, application, registration, academic deficiencies, etc. Refers students to faculty advisors as appropriate
  • Creates and maintains student databases/spreadsheets to track program activities for a variety of purposes (e.g. assessment, satisfaction surveys, enrollments, etc.)
  • Prepares accurate and timely textbook orders for graduate and undergraduate programs in accordance with University Books & More policies and procedures. Develops departmental methods to obtain order requests from faculty, secures prices and insures timely delivery
  • Monitors and maintains records of all applicants and the status of applicants/applications throughout the admissions process
  • Oversees the admission process and coordinates with the admissions chairs and Graduate Studies; monitors the entire admission process
  • Coordinates with chairs, OCE staff and programs’ Coordinators regarding registration, books orders, faculty hires, etc., in relation to the online versions of both undergraduate and graduate programs
  • Extensive knowledge of various computer applications. This may include Windows operating system, Microsoft Suite, Adobe Acrobat, Google Apps, and web tools
  • Excellent written, oral and overall interpersonal skills
  • Knowledge of a wide variety of administrative support tasks, which may include purchasing, budget tracking, reporting, and policy adherence
  • Ability to learn and apply new software applications and/or processes to optimize efficiency
  • Capacity to take initiative on projects/tasks and exercise considerable independent judgment, resolve problems, and make decisions
  • Ability to supervise student workers within the department
  • Excellent organizational skills and the ability to prioritize and balance a variety of tasks and projects with a strong attention to detail
  • Three References

Associate Director, Academic Initiatives Resume Examples & Samples

  • Master's degree, preferably in higher education, education, or a related discipline
  • An equivalent amount of education and experience will be considered
  • Minimum of 5 years of experience in a related area such as living and learning communities, Residential Life, fraternity & sorority life, or student activities
  • A valid US or Canadian Driver's license
  • Demonstrated leadership/coaching with strong written and oral communication skills
  • Strategic leadership, customer service and financial management skills
  • Strong decision making and multi-tasking
  • Ability to integrate co-curricular learning into the residential experience
  • Positively collaborate with academic departments and faculty
  • Ability to work effectively with individuals from different viewpoints and backgrounds utilizing teamwork into daily activity