Student Affairs Officer
University of California Los Angeles
$3,933 - $9,067 monthly
Under the general direction of the Chair, Vice-Chairs and MSO of the Department of World Arts and Cultures/Dance, coordinate, plan, develop, implement, and modify policies for effective operations of counseling services for students in the M.F.A. in Choreographic Inquiry and the B.A. in Dance, up to a total of 150 students, as well as for some limited outreach. Major duties include creating and maintaining online systems and databases to manage student affairs and advisement, alumni information, scholarship and financial aid distribution, course scheduling information, all enrollment data and other information as requested by undergraduate and graduate students, the Department Chair and Vice Chairs, Dean's Office and faculty committees. Responsibility for supervising information distribution and student interface in advising undergraduates and graduates on policies, procedures and degree requirements; assessment, communication and recording of academic progress; compiling pertinent data to make recommendations to Chairs on course offerings and course assignments, and to faculty regarding student progress. Responsible for supervising the admissions process for four-degree programs - B.A. in Dance; M.F.A in Choreographic Inquiry; B.A. in World Arts and Cultures (WAC), and Ph.D. In Cultural and Performance. Up to a total of 300 students. Managing recruitment activities for admitted students. Supervise the department's financial aid and awards and scholarship programs. Act as liaison with Graduate Division. Coordinate with and assist the Chair's office on matters regarding TA assignments and contracts. Develop statistical analysis of information.
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