Student Support Advisor
Student Support Advisor
Instructions for Applicants:
Please read the following carefully before beginning the online application process.
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The Student Support Advisor (SSA) is responsible for coordinating the support of undergraduate students who are academically underachieving, as indicated by their receipt of a warning letter or placement on probation by the Academic Status Committee. The SSA reports to the Associate Dean for Student Success and serves on both the Student Support Committee and Academic Status Committee. The SSA helps students to develop and maintain plans for academic success, meeting with these students regularly and monitoring their progress. The SSA communicates with faculty members and students' advisors about students' individual progress and plans.
1) Deliver systematic, standardized protocols for responding to students placed on warning, probation, or readmitted.
2) Coordinate with the Associate Dean for Student Success and the Director of Academic Support to respond to CARE reports (academic alerts), with primary responsibility for students on probation or readmission, and sharing with the Director of Academic Support responsibility for students on warning or identified as at risk upon admission.
3) Coordinate with the Senior Associate Dean of Campus Life and others in responding to students whose principal issues are academic (rather than conduct or behavioral), recognizing that these concerns are seldom entirely separate.
4) Work with the Associate Dean for Student Success in educating faculty about advising strategies and responsibilities.
This is a part-time, non-exempt, 10-month position. Typical months work are August 15th to May 15th.
Work Environment: Typical controlled office environment.
As part of your online application, please submit a cover letter and resume in the "My Experience" section of the application.
Application Deadline: Open until finalists are selected, please apply immediately.
To Apply, visit: https://willamette.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/willametteuniversityjobs/job/Salem-Campus/Student-Support-Advisor_R0000086-1