Job no: 100435-AS
Work type: Staff-Full Time
Categories: Academic Advising, Student Services/Support
This position serves as one of three academic advisors in the Department of Economics, a large department with 1,200 undergraduate majors, 200+ MS students, and 130+ PhD students, along with 35 faculty, 13 teaching staff and 18 support staff with an annual budget of $15+ million. This advisor will serve the undergraduate population and represent the department at SOAR (Student Orientation, Advising and Registration), campus committees as well as professional related workshops.Position Duties:
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Bachelors degree required. Masters degree in counseling, education, economics, or related degree preferred.Minimum Years and Type of Relevant Work Experience:
Minimum of one year of experience working with students in a higher education setting required. Experience in academic advising is highly preferred; experience in counseling or student services in a higher education environment may be substituted. Strong communication skills (written, oral and electronic). Ability to interact effectively with students, parents, faculty, staff, campus colleagues, and prospective students.Additional Information:
This is a professional position providing academic advising and associated student services. The ability to be sensitive to the educational needs of a variety of undergraduate students in the advisor/advisee role is essential. The position requires a high level of attention to detail in a fast-paced work environment. The ideal candidate will have excellent public speaking skills for large and small group audiences, as well as be available for occasional evening events of the department and the university. The ability to effectively use information systems and technology resources in student services delivery is expected. Knowledge of (or the ability to learn) PeopleSoft (SIS), DARS, Starfish, WiscCal, RADAR, databases, spreadsheets and report generation is essential.Department(s):
A482200-COL OF LETTERS & SCIENCE/ECONOMICS/ECONOMICSWork Type:
Full Time: 100%Appointment Type, Duration:
Minimum $34,400 ANNUAL (12 months)
Depending on Qualifications
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An applicant may be hired into an Associate Advisor, Advisor, or Senior Advisor title dependent upon experience. Title will be determined upon hire.
For questions on the position, contact: Alicia Bingen, [email protected] or (608) 262-8762
To apply for this position you will need to upload a cover letter, resume and contact information for at least three professional references, including your current supervisor. References will not be contacted without advance notice.
Your cover letter should address your qualifications as they pertain to the minimum number of years and type of relevant work experience listed above.
SR ADVISOR(R12BN) or ADVISOR(R12DN) or ASSOC ADVISOR(R12FN)Employment Class:
Academic Staff-RenewableJob Number:
100435-ASThe University of Wisconsin is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer. We promote excellence through diversity and encourage all qualified individuals to apply.
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Applications Open: Sep 11 2019 Central Daylight Time
Applications Close:Sep 25 2019 11:55 PM Central Daylight Time