Administration Program Supervisor - #270619
The Administrative Program Supervisor will work closely with students and faculty members to improve student outcomes and help students succeed academically.
The duties and responsibilities include:
- Coordinating all student-related activities, providing instructional support to faculty, performing outreach and recruitment, curriculum planning, managing the enrollment and course scheduling process.
- Interpreting and implementing department, college and university policies and procedures.
- Advice and counsel students in relation to their academic program and potential career plans.
- Support the department in teaching and research activities (e.g. tutoring, proctoring exams, supervising students’ activities, etc.)
- Develop and coordinate academic planning and identify internship/COOP opportunities for students.
- Prepare, organize, and maintain appropriate resources, reports and statistical summaries.
- Perform administrative responsibilities and related duties as assigned
- Serve on committees and at meetings as assigned.
- Act as a link with other departments and colleges and makes referrals as appropriate.
- Bachelor’s degree in life sciences, physical sciences, educations or related fields.
- Effective written and verbal communication skills.
- Knowledge and understanding of academic policies and procedures.
- Ability to evaluate student transcripts and/or records and to communicate course prerequisites, certification, and/or curriculum/graduation requirements.
- Proficient analytical and computer skills to create reports, conduct analysis, make presentations, and develop recommendations.
- Strong service orientation, attention to detail, and ability to follow-up on issues.
- Excellent skills to communicate diplomatically with all levels of the community.
- Ability to multi-task and prioritize work with demanding time-frames.
- Ability to use high-level discretion and maintain a high level of confidentiality.
- Ability to analyze issues; develop project scope and solutions, give professional advice and make critical decisions.
- Training or experience in issues pertaining to college student development, counseling theories and practices, career development and multicultural topics.
- Ability to coordinate and organize student-related or program related activities and events.