Student Services Program Coordinator I
Internal Title: Student Services Program Coordinator I - USCA School of Business
Posting Number: STA00580PO18
College/Division: USC Aiken College/Division Level
Department: USC Aiken Business
Advertised Salary Range: $26,988
Part/Full-time: Full Time
Job Search Category: Student Services
Advertised Job Summary: Academic Advisor (Student Services Coordinator I), $26,988 per year, Palmetto College - USC Aiken School of Business The Academic Advisor provides necessary support services to all students seeking to complete their undergraduate degree online through the USC Aiken/Palmetto College degree completion programs in Business Management, Accounting, or Special Education. These services include academic advising, registration assistance, advice regarding institutional policies and procedures, and other appropriate student support services. The Academic Advisor will communicate with students and conduct advisements remotely (email, phone, Skype, FaceTime, Adobe Connect, etc.) and have advisement appointments convenient for this population of student. The person in this position will maintain student records including success and retention rates, participate in virtual orientations, and provide reports as needed to the Palmetto College Chancellor, the Records Office, the Dean of the School of Business, the Dean of the School of Education and the EVCAA. The Academic Advisor also serves as a general resource for any prospective USC system students seeking information or assistance from USCA about any Palmetto College programs located on other USC campuses. This position requires a Bachelor's degree. Must be comfortable with the use of technology to communicate with off-site students. Experience with AACSB-accredited business or NCATE/CAEP accredited programs preferred. Application deadline: May 28, 2018. USCA is an AA/EOE. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.
Minimum Qualifications (Classified and Unclassified positions): Bachelor's degree. Must have valid drivers license.
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