Counselor/Advisor, Academic Achievement Programs #106688
Counselor/Advisor, Academic Achievement Programs #106688 (Student Support Service Program)
Primary responsibilities include:
- Provide professional, personal, social, career and academic counseling on an individual and group basis to Student Support Services students (low-income and first generation);
- Provide student development support based on Student Development theory;
- Provide Academic Advising on course selection, major and college four year plan
- Develop and administer needs assessment and evaluation forms;
- Facilitate workshops and seminars for students and teach College Orientation and Student Leadership Development courses/workshop;
- Serve as a student advocate and liaison with campus agencies;
- Serve as liaison with college financial aid student application process;
- Participate in outreach activities, student cultural and educational group events on the campus and in community;
- Serve as team member and leader on staff development or program development activities;
- Serve on admission and summer student evaluation committees; and
- Other responsibilities as delegated by Executive Director and/or Program Associate Director.
Qualifications: Minimum requirements include M.A. Degree in Counseling or M.S/ in related field plus two to four years counseling/advising experience
Preferred: Four to five years counseling/advising experience at the college/university level preferred; experience in overcoming obstacles faced by low-income, first-generation students, and excellent analytical, writing and speaking skills.
Required Documents: Cover letter, Resume, and (3) References
Posting Close Date: Open until filled, Best Consideration Date: November 16, 2018
Apply to: https://ejobs.umd.edu/
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