Location: Belknap Campus
Job Req ID: R102188
Master’s degree in Guidance and Counseling or a related field and one year of related experience. Additional experience may be used on a one-to-one basis to offset the educational requirements.
The Academic Counselor position requires an individual skilled at working in a multitasking environment. Primary responsibilities and duties include the academic advising of students in the University Honors Program and assisting with the planning, coordination, and assessment of Honors co-curricular and extracurricular programs. Additional duties include helping with the coordination of Honors conferences and Honors travel seminars, participating in Honors admission and recruitment events, and working closely Honors leadership team on the development and enhancement of new student programming initiatives. This individual will be expected to work closely with several offices outside of Honors, including other advising offices, University Housing and Resident Experience, Financial Aid, Office of Admissions, Study Abroad, the International Center, and other campus partners. This position requires occasional evening and weekend work, as well as travel associated with travel seminars, recruitment events, and Honors conferences.
The staff member holding this position assists in additional office functions and other duties as assigned.
- At least one year of academic advising or related experience in higher education, exceptional writing and communication skills, research experience, and a solid computing and data management background.
- Experience working with high-achieving or Honors students at the collegiate level.
- Candidates with an understanding of the unique environment of an Honors Program or College, coupled with an understanding of the value of interdisciplinary studies.
Candidate should have excellent oral and written communication skills, aptitude with specific software, including Microsoft Word and Excel, and experience working in higher education. This position requires occasional evening and weekend work and occasional travel accompanying students on conferences or course travel components.
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Compensation will be commensurate to candidate experience.
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