Coordinator, Tutoring Center

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Job Title Learning Specialist Position Number 8102324 Job Category University Staff Job Type Full-Time FLSA Status Exempt Campus Rogers Park-Lake Shore Campus Department Name SULLIVAN CTR FOR STUDENT SVCES Location Code ACADEMIC ADVISING & SERVICES (02043A) Is this split and/or fully grant funded? No Duties and Responsibilities

The Coordinator of the Tutoring Center leads the growth, development, and assessment of the Peer Tutoring program.
Peer Tutoring Program Coordination
1.Lead, develop, and assess the Tutoring Center’s Peer Tutoring program
2.Supervise, mentor, and provide feedback to the Tutoring Center’s Peer Tutors using the Appreciative Advising philosophy
3.Collaborates with the Associate Director to coordinate recruitment, interviews, and pre-semester and bi-weekly trainings for the Peer Tutors and Supplemental Instruction (SI) leaders
4.Coordinates and leads tutoring special population needs with Athletics, Student Accessibility Center, and Achieving College Excellence program
5.Assists the Associate Director with ongoing development of the SI program
6.Manage the day-to-day operations of the SI and Peer Tutoring programs, such as coordinating the SI weekly session schedule and managing Peer Tutoring session attendance through the Center’s online appointment software (TutorTrac)
7.Develop weekly attendance reports on the Center’s Peer Tutor and SI attendance
8.Lead assessment initiatives for the Peer Tutoring program
9.Collaborates with the Associate Director to CRLA certify SI and Peer Tutoring Programs
10.Leads the growth and development of partnerships between the Peer Tutoring Program and academic departments, such as the Language Learning Resource Center and academic department club tutoring, as well as develop new partnerships and relationships on campus
11.Collaborate with the Tutoring Center team to market and outreach to students, faculty, staff, and the community regarding programming expansion, Center relations, and constituent education on all Tutoring Center services
12.Represents the Tutoring Center during resource fairs, such as Orientation sessions and Admissions Open Houses
13.Represents the Tutoring Center on University committees relevant to student success, academic support services and initiatives, and retention efforts

Tutoring Center-wide Responsibilities
1.Instructs one or more sections of UNIV 101: First-Year Seminar and/or UNIV 112: Strategies for Learning courses each semester
2.Collaborates with the Tutoring Center team to develop and implement Success Coach and UNIV 112 instructor recruitment and training
3.Collaborate with the Tutoring Center team to create learning outcomes, a comprehensive assessment plan, and a strategic plan for Tutoring Center programs
4.Assist in developing the Tutoring Center websites and social media communication
5.Actively participates and engages in Student Academic Services in-services, trainings, and professional development opportunities
6.Maintains memberships and actively engages in appropriate professional organizations in order to research, share and adopt best practices
7.Performs related duties as required.

Minimum Education and/or Work Experience

Master’s degree in higher education or student affairs administration, college student development, or a related field; knowledge of learning theory and academic support strategies.


- Solid understanding of learning theory and academic support strategies and services.
-Experience developing and implementing student programming at the post-secondary level required.
- Strong interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to competently assess students’ needs and provide appropriate learning assistance.
- Demonstrated ability to effectively collaborate with faculty, staff, and students in programming efforts and University committee participation.
- Dedication to student success, providing student-centered services in the Ignatian tradition, and University student retention efforts.



Computer Skills

Proficiency with MS Office Suite, Internet and e-mail applications. Prior administration or understanding of TutorTrac preferred

Supervisory Responsibilities No Required operation of university owned vehicles No Does this position require direct animal or patient contact? No Physical Demands None Working Conditions None Open Date 05/24/2019 Close Date Special Instructions to Applicants

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion (except where religion is a bona fide occupational qualification for the job), national origin, sex, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.

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  1. * Do you have a Master’s degree in higher education, student affairs administration, college student development, or a related field?
    • Yes
    • No
  2. * Please indicate your years of previous job-related experience:
    • None
    • Less than 1 year
    • One to three years
    • Three to five years
    • Five to ten years
    • More than ten years
  3. * Do you have familiarity with academic support and development services?
    • Yes
    • No
  4. * Do you have knowledge of learning theory and academic support strategies?
    • Yes
    • No
  5. * Why do you want to work for Loyola University Chicago?

    (Open Ended Question)

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  2. Cover Letter/Letter of Application
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    Posted: 5/25/2019
    Application Due: 6/30/2019
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