Assistant Director for Student and Faculty Services
Hyde Park Campus
About the Unit
Oversees the day-to-day operations of the Financial Mathematics Education program. Coordinate and support all areas of faculty services. Oversee the student affairs operations for Financial Mathematics. Manage teaching assistants, graders, and proctors for courses as well as student workers in Student Services. Serve as the executive assistant to program leadership, handling confidential issues and special projects.
- Assists with developing and evaluating program curriculum, policies, and procedures.
- Collaborates with internal and external professionals to create new programs and enhance existing ones.
- Oversee special project for program leadership.
- Gathers and analyzes data concerning program performance, and writes reports.
- Develops and monitors program budgets.
- Supervise program teaching assistants, graders and proctors for courses.
- Manage student administrative processes, (e.g. registration, immigration status, and tuition.)This involves coordinating with other campus offices including The Dean of Students, Registrar, Office of International Affairs, Facilities Management, Student Health and Counseling Services, and Stevanovich Center.
- Manage the administrative processes relating to courses and faculty. This includes scheduling courses and exams, processing and supporting instructors and course assistants, and managing student evaluations.
- Advise students on important administrative and academic requirements, program opportunities and campus resources.
- Plan and execute student-focused activities, (e.g. student orientation, the graduation reception, and student socials.)
- Coordinate the building's use and supplies to facilitate the needs of students, staff, faculty, and visitors.
- Coordinate with other staff on program-wide initiatives and events.
- Develop and review of education and communications materials.
- Administration and record keeping skills.
- Interpersonal skills and service orientation skills.
- Inter-office collaboration and coordination skills.
- Student advising skills.
- Event planning skills.
- Ability to effectively communicate with faculty, graduate students and various administrative offices at all level in the University required.
- Ability to work independently and as part of a team required.
Education, Experience, and Certifications:
- Bachelor's degree required.
- At least three years of experience in higher education, which should include experience in student and/or faculty services required.
- Experience working with international students required.
- Experience with event planning required.
Technical Knowledge or Skills:
- Proficiency in office software such as Microsoft Office, Google Docs, etc. required.
- Proficiency in social media platforms including LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter required.
- Proficiency in student-services software such as Slate and AIM required.
- Proficiency in space/event management software preferred.
- Proficiency in creative software such as Adobe Suite, Drupal, Wordpress, etc preferred.
- Requires occasional work on evenings and weekends.
- Cover letter
- List of references
NOTE: When applying, all required documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV section of the application
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Scheduled Weekly Hours
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