Responsible for developing, implementing, directing strategic plans and programs specific to Tutorial Services, Academic Counseling,and Course Support and Instruction within the School of Undergraduate Studies.
Direct the Sanger Learning Center, including program development, personnel matters, space resources, program evaluation and accountability and interface with other campus agencies. Establish programmatic partnerships with faculty, students and staff to attract and ensure resource support for and participation in Tutorial Services, Academic Counseling, and Course Support and Instruction, both within the School and campus-wide. Supervise professional, administrative, classified, instructional staff and graduate and undergraduate assistants as assigned. Coordinate the preparation of the SLC Annual Report, which details the objectives, activities, and output/outcome evaluation of the major program areas each year. Participate in University-wide programs, activities, and committees. Teach assigned seminars or courses. Attend conferences for professional development. Sustain effective working relationships within a diverse multicultural environment. Manage annual budgets and determine appropriate allocation of operational and instructional funds for specified academic programs. Oversee One-on-one Tutoring, Drop-In Tutoring, Academic Counseling and Coaching, Peer-Led Undergraduate Studying, Supplemental Instruction, Signature Course Support, and other academic support programs within the School, as assigned.
Other related functions as assigned.
Doctoral degree and six years of experience teaching and advising college students in an undergraduate setting OR Master's degree and eight years of experience teaching and advising college students in an undergraduate setting. Knowledge of current college student characteristics. Familiarity with current research, learning theory, best practices, and standards of excellence in learning assistance. Knowledge of current national trends in learning assistance. Progressively responsible administrative experience in academic settings. Demonstrated ability to lead and manage in an academic setting. Strong supervisory experience. Budgetary experience. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Excellent interpersonal skills. Equivalent combination of relevant education and experience may be substituted as appropriate.
Demonstrated comfort with information technology and its application to leaning support services. Demonstrated knowledge of or experience with web-based tutoring. Experience with assessment and its use in shaping policies and procedures.
May work around standard office conditions Repetitive use of a keyboard at a workstation Some weekends