21.63 - $24.04
Columbus, OH, United States
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Academic Advisor 2
Academic Advisor II
Chemical & Biomolecular Eng
Summary of Duties
Acts as an Academic Advisor II within the Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering (
) department by providing one-on-one advising to undergraduate students on the
degree program; fosters student success by identifying and implementing proactive strategies that help students stay on track to fulfill their educational goals; advises students on University policy and procedures, program and degree requirements, and related academic matters; assists in student orientation and teaches student survey course; identifies new resources and collaborations for resolving student cases; consistently directs students to appropriate resources.
Additional Information for Applicants:
Pre Employment Screening
Requires the successful completion of a background check.
Master’s degree or an equivalent combination of education and experience; three or more years of experience in academic advising or higher education or equivalent combination of education and experience; ability to readily articulate specific information on course content, programs, and policies, including specialty areas; effectively builds relationships with students and possesses adaptive relational skills; demonstrates advanced communication skills; ability to provide detail and depth to information conveyed; demonstrates and applies historical knowledge of the academic advising profession, including GE, enrollment plans, changing demographics, etc.; ability to apply theory to advising practice; understands and follows
guidelines and engages in discussions with stakeholders; ability to tailor advising interactions to accommodate or incorporate student’s personal/cultural identity; discusses relevance of program to student’s goals; ability to work with faculty, staff, students, and external organizations of diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds; ability to assess a student’s potential for success in a field of study and make appropriate referrals.
Knowledge of Title IX, Student, and University requirements and policies; ability to perform basic and advanced transactions in
and knowledgeable on uncommon
transactions (enrollment transaction inquiry, residency, admissions data, etc.); broad knowledge of course offerings, including thorough knowledge of General Education requirements (and any programmatic preferences for meeting requirements), major courses, and course sequencing; understands demographics and changing trends of their specific student population.
$21.63 - $24.04 Hourly
Administrative and Professional
Job Appointment (FTE%)
Temporary or Regular
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