Student Support Coordinator (Division of Student Affairs & Admissions - Medicine)
Job ID: 44390
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Division of Student Affairs & Admissions - College of Medicine
Serves as a primary liaison for students between PA Program administration, faculty, academic programs, and student services in student communities. Provides information and answers student inquiries regarding PA Program. Identifies resources available to meet student needs. Provides basic counseling in the area of life skills and assists students with problem resolution and referrals. Assists in the implementation of the COM wellness program and learning community wellness initiatives.
Manages/oversees or assists with special events and programs for the College of Medicine and the PA Program under the purview of the PA Program Director and the Division of Student Affairs to include Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) planning, student Orientation, White Coat Ceremony, Graduation, Regional Site selection, seminars, workshops and roundtables. Responsible for all aspects of event planning to include logistics, arranging presentations or speakers, coordinating food and supplies, communications and follow-up. Position may require occasional evening and/or weekend hours for special events. Assists with Medical Degree Program key events and other activities.
Facilitates services and notification to students for professional development opportunities including Job Fairs, etc. Serves as liaison to student organizations and faculty advisors. Provides information regarding PA Program, COM and University policies/procedures and rules/regulations.
Collaborates with the PA Program Director or their designee to track and report data on program and student performance outcomes. Serves on PA and COM committees.
Bachelor's degree and two years of experience. (Note: higher education can substitute for experience at the equivalent rate.)
Experience communicating effectively verbally and in writing.
Experience establishing and maintaining effective working relationships.
Experience interpreting academic program requirements and providing advice.
Experience meeting project deadlines.
Ability to prioritize, organize and perform multiple work assignments accurately in a detail oriented environment simultaneously.
Experience utilizing problem solving skills.
Knowledge of academic resources available to students.
Experience with applicable computer software and operating systems to include Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook.
Experience with academic program planning, development, and evaluation.
Experience working in higher education.
Experience with student program planning, development, and evaluation.
Experience with event planning.
Experience providing subject matter expertise and counseling others.
This is an A&P (Administrative and Professional) position.
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