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- Position requires understanding of broad curricular issues for undergraduate, college-level education; ability to effectively communicate with and advise students in all aspects of academic development and planning and possible career opportunities.
- 1. Counseling student-athlete teams on appropriate NCAA curricular requirements, academic options, and institutional and conference policies and procedures;
- 2. Coordinate learning services, tutorial, and academic development support programs for assigned student athletes;
- 3. Develop curriculum and instructional pedagogy for courses focused on student-athlete learning and career development theory;
- 4. Conduct group and individual advising sessions, workshops, and/or seminars in the department for student athletes;
- 5. Document and assess student-athletes’ academic progress, including initial and continuing NCAA academic eligibility;
- 6. Maintain and contribute to research and scholarship in the field of academic advising by researching the effectiveness of programs and pertinent topics connected to Student Athlete Academic Advising and present findings in national and international conferences;
- 7. Work compatibly and cooperatively with intercollegiate interdisciplinary programs and student-athletes on campus wide needs;
- 8. Meet, correspond and share on a regular basis with counterparts at other Universities to keep abreast with new and innovative programs at other institutions that impact student success:
- 9. Develop and implement advising curriculum and programs for the department that impact graduation and retention student success rates as best practices and concurrent with national trends;
- 10. Develop practices that allow for sharing with peer and benchmark practices and standards in advising, and present in regional/national and international presentations that leads to discussions to ensure that UHM is compliant as well as competitive with peer and benchmark universities;
- 11. Teach courses, workshops, and/or seminars in the department;
- 12. Evening and weekend work will be required;
- 13. Other duties as assigned
- 1. Master’s degree in liberal arts discipline, education, counseling, or related field;
- 2. Substantial background in career service and guidance to student-athletes in assessing academic and career goals;
- 3. One year of academic advising experience in a university department;
- 4. Demonstrated knowledge of student development theory;
- 5. Demonstrate a knowledge base for retention and graduation issues that impact student-athletes;
- 6. Familiarity with current research regarding advising issues and advising models for student-athletes;
- 7. Demonstrated ability to facilitate groups;
- 8. Commitment to working with multi-cultural student body;
- 9. Excellent written, oral, and interpersonal communication skills;
- 10. Strong organizational skills;
- 11. Demonstrated ability to establish priorities and see tasks to completion;
- 12. Ability to work as part of a team and uphold established policies and procedures;
- 13. Knowledge of post-secondary curricula and academic requirements;
- 14. Experience designing and implementing programs and initiatives at the college or university level.
- 1. Knowledge of NCAA academic eligibility rules;
- 2. One-year experience, or equivalent, working in academic advising and/or providing learning services for university-level student-athletes in an academic-athletic support unit;
- 3. One year of demonstrated experience in a managerial, coordinative/supervisory position;
- 4. One year of effective college teaching
- 5. Demonstrated ability to monitor and support students with academic difficulties;
- 6. Familiarity with learning services, tutorial, and academic support programs.
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Employment is contingent on satisfying employment eligibility verification requirements of the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986; reference checks of previous employers; and for certain positions, criminal history record checks.
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