Academic Advising and Enrollment Coordinator, SEMS
Job no: 493497
Work type: Staff Full-Time
Department: School of Engineering, Mathematics and Science
Location: Moon Campus
Categories: School of Engineering, Mathematics and Science
Position Title Academic Advising and Enrollment Coordinator, SEMS
Position Department School of Engineering, Mathematics and Science
Position Type Staff Full-Time
This position will complement the current advising provided by faculty in SEMS. Provide additional advising to incoming undergraduate students and assist the School in recruitment and career placement activities. Serve as a point of contact for all SEMS students in case of commonly asked questions, procedural discussions and other. Work is performed under the supervision of the Dean of the School of Engineering, Mathematics and Science (with the assistance of department heads and Associate Dean). This position is funded through a grant. Continuation of this position is dependent upon extension of grant funding.
Advising/Retention Efforts: Advise prospective students regarding programs, requirements for admission and necessary prerequisites. Responsible for advising freshman, sophomore, and transfer students in coordination with faculty advisors. Communicate with department heads and the Dean's office issues and problems occurring. Responsible for conducting special programs for student retention for SEMS. Responsible for developing and maintaining a database on all incoming students to track their academic performances. Responsible for monitoring retention and developing reports to the SEMS Administration. The diversity data should be included in the reports. Point of contact in case of emergency or absence of advisor. Work with Colonial Hub, Academic Affairs, Career Center to help with commonly asked questions. Establishes initial communication and provides ongoing advisement for all students related to progression and retention. In consultation with departments, use data related to enrollment and progression to develop plans for proposed semester course offerings. In collaboration with SEMS academic departments, determines semester course scheduling and works with them by required deadlines. Facilitates changes in student enrollment status from undergraduate to graduate programs as necessary. Develop expertise in our Student Success Collaborative CRM tool, CAMPUS, including but not limited to data analytics, reporting, and campaigns. Conduct regular analysis and provide recommendations on program performance in the areas of persistence, graduation, workflow efficacy, customer satisfaction, demographics, and other key retention drivers.
Bachelor's Degree in Education, Management or Communications field is required. Masters and/or Ph.D. is preferred.
Exemption Status Exempt
Act 153 Clearance Required Yes
Required To Pass a Motor Vehicle Report Check Yes
Required to Pass a Credit Check No
Additional Posting Information None
Special Applicant Instructions None
Advertised May 11, 2018 Eastern Daylight Time
ABOUT THE UNIVERSITY
Robert Morris University (RMU), founded in 1921, is one of the leading universities in the Pittsburgh region. RMU provides a professionally focused education with an emphasis on engaged learning and is one of the most affordable private doctoral-level institutions in Pennsylvania. The University is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. In 2016, for the first time in its history, RMU was ranked nationally by U.S. News and World Report. In 2017, RMU had among the biggest increases of all national universities in the U.S. News and World Report annual "Best Colleges" rankings released, rising 12 spots to No. 176.
Robert Morris University is dedicated to changing the lives of its students and employees so that they can go out and change the lives of others. The University combines academic excellence with a professional focus offering numerous undergraduate, graduate and doctoral degree programs. In 2011, Robert Morris University was named as a "Top Workplace" by the Pittsburgh Post Gazette , which names the best places to work in the Greater Pittsburgh region.
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