The Coordinator of Transfer Pathways Advising

Job description

Edison State Community College invites qualified applicants to apply for the full-time position of Coordinator of Transfer Pathways Advising.  The Coordinator of Transfer Pathways Advising is part of the Career Pathways Advising Team, providing students pursuing a transfer pathway of study at Edison State (either Associate of Arts or Associate of Science degree) with academic, career, and transfer advising, along with retention strategies to promote student success and completion.  The Coordinator serves as a leader for the faculty advisors and the success advisors in all matters related to the support of Transfer Pathways students in their educational pursuits.  The Coordinator also oversees the Guided Pathways case management advising process for the Transfer Pathways of study.   

 
The Coordinator plays a significant role in enrollment events, providing a wide range of advising to diverse populations. The Coordinator must have expertise in all advising policies and have a basic understanding of financial aid. Collaboration with faculty, deans, financial aid, registration, student life and athletics, and student services is required. The Coordinator will also participate in new student orientation and in internal and external special events.

To be considered, candidates should include cover letter, resume, transcripts, and three professional references when submitting their online application.

Edison State Community College is an EOE/AA Employer

Responsibilities:

  • In collaboration with the  Director of Career Pathways Advising, develop and deliver training for advisors.
  • Monitor and document students' progress toward their educational goals via Guided Pathways technology.
  • Oversee the early alert process and direct students to campus resources and interventions, keeping instructors and advisors apprised.
  • Ensure that advisors have the training and support needed to help students connect with their future careers.
  • Plan and conduct events to encourage advisor/student interaction and connection.
  • Coordinate CCP efforts for the institution in conjunction with enrollment management, advising and institutional research. 
  • Initiate and provide internal and external communication to all parties involved to keep all informed of CCP processes, changes and priority dates.
  • Meet with new and transfer students for initial in-depth advising, career planning, and mapping out an initial Student Education Plan (SEP). In collaboration with the faculty advisor, update SEPs as needed.
  • Interpret and apply Edison's assessment/placement model, including the use of multiple measures, for new and transfer students.
  • Instruct transfer students in the transfer process, and be familiar with all transfer advising resources, including articulation agreements, Transfer Module, Transferology, etc.
  • Meet with probation and at-risk students as part of the Student Success Program. This can include collaboration with instructors, faculty advisors, and college resources such as the Learning Center.
  • Use Colleague system to verify majors, courses, transfer credit, and other information relative to the advising process. Run program evaluations and document all student encounters in STRK.
  • Remain apprised of applicable FERPA regulations.
  • Attend scheduled advising training sessions and stay abreast of curriculum and policy changes.
  • Participate in special advising initiatives and projects.
  • Completes other duties as assigned by the Director of Career Pathways Advising.

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Personal Qualifications:
A background in academic advising, counseling, education or related field is preferred. Must possess strong organizational and leadership skills, excellent customer service, communication and advisement skills, with the ability to work with a diverse student population and the community at large.  Strong computer and technical skills required in Microsoft Office. Ellucian Colleague, WebAdvisor, or related student data software experience a plus.
 
Required Experience:
Three to five years of related experience. Serving populations within a community college setting is preferred.

Required Educational Background:
Bachelor degree required. Master's degree preferred. 
 

Supervises following staff:
This position supervises student workers employed in Student Affairs. 

Other:
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM with rotating evenings until 6:00 PM.
Occasional evening and weekend work required.

 

 

 

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Job No:
Posted: 10/11/2019
Application Due: 12/10/2019
Work Type:
Salary: 48,921.47