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Coordinator, Course Support (SI) I/II/III
Auburn University
Auburn University (public, land-grant, <25k undergrad enrollment) seeks Coordinator I/II/III of Course Support (SI program) to join Academic Support in the Provost’s Office. Details on “Working for Auburn” page:

Manager, Academic Commons
George Washington University
The Manager, Academic Commons will oversee the Academic Commons Peer Tutoring Program. The Manager will recruit, interview, and hire peer tutors in collaboration with faculty partners across the university. They will provide high-quality training to the peer tutors in alignment with the College Reading and Learning Association certification requirements. They will also oversee course review sessions, including those offered in partnership with the Learning Assistant Program, through Academic Commons. The Manager, Academic Commons will be responsible for managing administrative aspects of the peer tutoring program, such as budgets, record keeping, data analysis, policy development, and program logistics. This is a management position at the university that, in addition to leading a work unit, leads and supervises student-staff directly, makes hiring decisions, provides coaching, training and mentoring, manages performance and determines future staffing needs. The position is primarily based at the Foggy Bottom campus.
Assistant Director, Operations & Special Projects
Rutgers University
This person will be supervising our administrative team and operations, as well as working on special projects related to campus-wide academic success initiatives and Learning Centers’ pilot programs. The starting salary is $71,087-$76,000.

We’re looking for someone with experience supervising professional and student staff, who is strong administratively and able to manage a team and projects across multiple locations (4 centers).
Executive Director Academic Success and Advising
Georgia Institute of Technology
Georgia Tech seeks an experienced, innovative, and student-centered executive director of academic success and advising (ED-ASA). The position reports directly to the vice provost for undergraduate education (VPUE); serves as a member of the Office of Undergraduate Education (OUE) senior leadership team, and will be charged with establishing a comprehensive vision for academic success that aligns with Georgia Tech’s new strategic plan, aligns with University System of Georgia (USG) initiatives, and supports institutional goals for retention and completion. The position provides strategic leadership for programs, services, and operations that impact academic success, including undergraduate advising; academic coaching and transition; tutoring and academic support; student success workshops and outreach; “at risk” and “off course” student interventions and courses; pre-health and pre-professional advising; prestigious fellowships advising; first-generation and limited income student programs; and related areas. The ED-ASA will play a critical role in ensuring that all students are supported academically throughout their undergraduate experience, from orientation to graduation.


The successful candidate will possess a doctorate (Ph.D. or Ed.D.) or equivalent terminal degree from an accredited college or university and have a minimum of seven years of professional faculty...see posting for more imformation.
Tutoring Services Manager
University of Arizona, THINK TANK
THINK TANK at the University of Arizona will be posting for a Tutoring Services Manager. This position manages all content tutoring functions and is part of a team of 3 coordinators, 2 graduate assistants, and 80 tutors. Please reach out to learn more! I can meet with you to share more details.
Academic Coach
University of Texas at Arlington
Responsible for assisting students’ efforts to achieve their educational goals, while supporting both their academic and overall development. Conduct both one on one and group academic coaching sessions utilizing multiple modalities such as in-person, virtual, phone, and email.
Help students make informed academic decisions by teaching them how to track their academic progress, locate and interpret appropriate policies, and utilize the available tools and resources. Monitor the academic progress of a student caseload. This includes proactive outreach to provide students with just-in-time assistance.
Manages an academic coaching caseload for first year and targeted student populations to emphasize academic and career goal setting, learning strategies, time management and organization, self-regulation, and self-efficacy.
Monitors the progress of first year and other students in caseload with check-ins, scheduled meetings, or proactive outreach and communication, responding to students’ questions, concerns, and needs. Work with leadership to reach out to high-risk students; create persistence planning with students who are not in good academic standing.
Participate in the daily oversight and implementation of academic coaching best practices and communication of program requirements. Speaks to various constituencies representing the Division of Student Success regarding the Academic Coaching process and other services the Academic Success Center provides.
Assists with retention programming, for FTIC and targeted populations, tracking coaching data and program evaluation. Evaluates retention efforts and provide feedback to improve case management approach and intentional interventions with FTIC and transfer student cohorts.
Stay current on relevant academic programs and support services to provide appropriate referrals to students. Participate in meetings, professional conferences, and individual professional development.
All other duties as assigned.

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