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University Academic Advisor (12 positions)
Academic Support Center - University at Albany
The Academic Support Center at the University at Albany is seeking innovative and student-centered academic advisors to support the University's new student success model. University Advisors are responsible for providing academic advisement to approximately 400 undergraduate students throughout their academic careers. This student-oriented position works closely with students to develop individual success strategies while collaborating closely with campus colleagues to identify potential academic roadblocks and engage in proactive problem solving to address those issues.

University Advisor responsibilities include:

*Serving as a primary advisor while the student is an intended major and then shifting to a secondary advisor role once the student declares into a major.

*At all times, these advisors will be responsible for monitoring academic progress, assessing TAP compliance (if applicable), and communicating with the student about university requirements.

*When declaring or changing majors, students will need to work with their university advisor to discuss the change, review the new degree requirements, and evaluate the impact on academic standing and trajectory implications.

*University advisors are responsible for coordinating a student's success team and proactively initiating intervention strategies when a student is in need of additional support or referral.

*Providing targeted and strategic interventions based on a unique understanding of the individual student in concert with at-risk assessment data.

*Approaching each student recognizing that they have a complex set of issues and concerns that will shape their academic pathway.

*Connecting with students on a regular basis to build and maintain rapport and serving as the first point of contact to ensure questions are answered and concerns are resolved.

*Collaboration with faculty and other University departments to enhance student success and coordinate support services.

Student Success Advisor
Husson University
The Student Success Advisor will work within The Center for Student Success. The advisor initiates advising interventions with students using a developmental and intrusive advising model to support the development and academic success of Husson students. The advisor will work with students to develop goals, explore academic options, and provide supportive feedback to students while communicating expectations, and facilitating the utilization of campus support services. This position will be responsible for providing support to Nursing and aspiring Nursing students.

• Serve as an Academic Advisor for a cohort of Husson students with a focus on undeclared students and students in their first years at Husson.
• Utilize a variety of advising techniques and modalities to provide support to students in transition or encountering academic and personal challenges.
• Collaborate with faculty and students to develop, implement and monitor remediation plans appropriate to the graduation requirements and expectations of a variety of academic programs.
• Keep accurate records and notes of student interactions and outcomes.
• Provide clear and accurate explanations of university policy and academic expectations across a variety of departments and fields.
• Develop and provide workshops to foster academic and personal development in areas such as academic reading, exam preparation, math and science competency, time-management, study skills, etc.
• Provide academic coaching to students identified as needing additional support by faculty.
• Teach in the Husson Experience course (HE 111) as needed.
• Collaborate with academic advisors in all of the University’s Schools/Colleges to coordinate student supports for at-risk students.
• Follow institutional guidelines on FERPA and confidentiality.
• Other duties as assigned.

See job posting for full details.
Graduate Internship 2020-2021
UMass Boston College of Management
UMass Boston College of Management has an opening for a graduate Intern for the 2020-2021 academic year.

Check the link for the full description and contact information.

Chat with Mara Gould, Amy Mei, Becca Meaney or Ben McNamee to learn more!
Academic Advisor/Senior Academic Advisor
UMass-Amherst Economics
The Economics Department of UMass-Amherst is hiring 2 academic advisors. Please see the link for the full description and details for applying.
Academic Advisor
University of Southern Maine

Advising at USM has an advising as teaching and learning philosophy.
This position is responsible for providing direct academic advising and support to students (online and face-to-face) through academic and early career planning, learning strategy support, graduation planning, and monitoring student progress toward degree. A primary purpose of this position is to enhance the student experience and contribute to improved retention and graduation rates for USM students. Demonstrated experience in working effectively with diverse student populations and first generation students is required. The Advisor will work with members of the Advising Equity and Inclusion Committee and other departmental committees to provide educational opportunities to the USM academic advising community. In addition, this position will utilize best practices to support first generation and economically disadvantaged students and students from historically underrepresented populations.
Candidates should expect to work in a fast-paced environment; learn and communicate continually changing and detailed information and maintain accurate, up-to-date student records for a large caseload. This person requires collaboration with advisors, faculty, and success partners across the institution to create a welcoming and supportive network for students.
We are the University of Everyone – committed to building a culturally diverse team of leaders, faculty and staff. We welcome applicants who are multi-lingual. Women, minorities, individuals with disabilities and veterans are encouraged to apply. Application deadline is 3-18-2020. Salary: $45,000
Academic Advisor I
UConn Avery Point

Academic Advisor 1
The University of Connecticut, Avery Point Campus will be seeking applications for the position of Academic Advisor 1 (Job level 2) in the spring of 2020. Working under the general direction and administrative guidance of the Associate Director of Student Services the incumbent will perform a variety of advising and administrative functions to assist undergraduate students at the Avery Point Campus.
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