Assistant or Associate Dean of Academic Advising
The Assistant or Associate Dean of Academic Advising is part of the Office for Undergraduate Education in Emory College of Arts and Sciences.
- Responsible for overseeing programs providing academic advising and support to undergraduate students, working with students and faculty on issues affecting students' academic performance, and serving as a College liaison to other University offices, including the Office of Access, Disability Services and Resources, the Counseling Center, and Student Intervention Services.
- Supports the faculty Committee on Academic Standards and co-chairs a weekly meeting of University offices on students in crisis.
- Supervises and trains staff, including oversight of Assistant Deans.
- Oversees a group of twelve staff, including five direct reports.
- Though faculty members serve as the primary academic advisors of students, the dean manages a group of professional advisors whose work supplements and supports faculty advising.
- In collaboration with staff, manages proactive advising programs for students on probation, students returning from exclusion or leave, and other at-risk students.
- Oversees staff for programs providing peer tutoring, academic coaching and supplemental instruction for students. Responsible for managing the budgets of these academic support programs.
- Represents the Office for Undergraduate Education in various campus-wide and external settings.
- The Assistant or Associate Dean of Academic Advising is part of a leadership team in the Office for Undergraduate Education which includes four assistant and associate deans and the Senior Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education.
- This group is responsible for supporting student academic success and partnering with faculty to offer academic programs and services.
- The Office for Undergraduate Education supports and advises the Dean of Emory College of Arts and Sciences on issues related to undergraduate education.
- Performs other related duties as required.
- A PhD or a comparable terminal degree is required, and seven years of administrative experience in a university setting, preferably in an academic affairs office, is essential.
- Experience supervising and mentoring staff is helpful.
- Candidates must have an interest and record of supporting and mentoring students, and experience supporting student success.
- A background in counseling, educational psychology or comparable experience is helpful but not required.
- Assistant or Associate title will be based on level of experience and years of service
SUBMIT APPLICATION: http://www.hr.emory.edu/careers/