The College of Agriculture, Food & Environment department of Retailing & Tourism Management is seeking a Academic Coordinator. The Academic Coordinator plays a key role in the student recruitment and retention initiative. The Academic Program Coordinator is a full-time, 12-month position that reports to the Retailing and Tourism Management Department Chair and works closely with professional staff members in the Center for Student Success in the College of Agriculture, Food and Environment. This individual will be responsible for academic coordination and advising. Specifically: 1) advise department chair and the Directors of Undergraduate and Graduate Studies in areas of accreditation, program review, and curriculum; 2) take full responsibility for teaching one course per semester at the 100 - 200 level; 3) Administer a proposed enrollment management plan, prepare enrollment tracking and status reports; oversee data collection for annual reporting and academic program assessment; 4) advise freshman and sophomores in HMT and MAT; 5) and develop communications, marketing, and outreach plan for undergraduate and graduate programs by updating advising materials; updating the department's undergraduate web pages; conducting program assessments; conduct in-person, e-mail, and web-based communications with students; and managing student recruitment.
81700:Retailing & Tourism Management
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Required Related Experience
Required License/ Registration/Certification
Extended periods of sitting and standing.
Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.;
and occasional nights and weekends.
Excellent communication and presentation skills; curriculum development, data analysis, and academic advising.
Does this position have supervisory responsibilities?
Three years of employment experience in higher education and a Masters degree are preferred.
Driver's License and the ability to drive are preferred.
Deadline to Apply
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- * How many years of academic advising experience do you have in higher education?
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- More than 2 years, up through 4 years
- More than 4 years, up through 6 years
- More than 6 years
- * Do you have any teaching experience? If so, please describe.
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- * Describe your experience in direct, performance-based, curriculum-embedded assessment of student learning outcomes in post-secondary education and assessment data analysis.
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