Closes: Friday, August 12, 2022
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A minimum of a Master’s degree in Counseling, Adult Education or related field with one (1) to three (3) years of experience working with students in an educational environment is required for this position.
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Under the supervision of the Director of Admissions & Student Success, assists with academic program selection, provides academic advising and career counseling services that promote student success.
Facilitates the onboarding process for students to be admitted, enrolled, and prepared to begin courses successfully. Makes course placement decisions based on testing, transfer credit, and established guidelines. Provides holistic advising that encompasses students’ academic, personal, and professional goals. Offers career development resources and guidance for students and graduates. Collaborates with internal and external partners to provide career-related services and opportunities for students. Conducts workshops related to career awareness and decision making. Maintains data and information to support efficient and effective practices. Participates in relevant professional development opportunities. Serves on institutional committees as appointed. Performs other duties as assigned to support the College’s mission.
Knowledge of: Computer systems and related software programs, including spreadsheet, database, and word processing. College policies and procedures for admission and placement. Knowledge of curriculum program requirements. Educational and occupational counseling methods and practices. Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). Ability to: Communicate effectively (written and oral) in a variety of settings with people from diverse backgrounds, educational levels, and age groups. Operate a PC, mobile devices, and related software including Microsoft Office and relevant applications or internet-based platforms. Develop and maintain effective working relationships with students, faculty/staff, and the general public. Independently perform complex tasks and prioritize multiple projects. Apply organizational and analytical skills with specific attention to detail. Foster a collaborative, team-based work environment with a willingness to see tasks to completion. Interpret and apply college rules and regulations as they pertain to admissions and support services.