Binghamton University Coordinator, EOP Academic Support Services in Binghamton, New York
Coordinator, EOP Academic Support Services
Posted:Jun 13, '17
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Budget Title: Staff Assistant (SL-2)
Salary: $40,000 - $42,000
Binghamton University is looking to hire a Coordinator of Academic Support Services to work in its Educational Opportunity Program (EOP). This position will assist in coordinating academic support services (e.g. academic tutoring and student development workshops), related instructional support programs, and other data-driven strategies to provide a positive impact on student success.
Binghamton University is committed to providing high quality academic support services and tutoring that enhances the academic success of its students, and empowers students to succeed and reach their full academic potential. To meet this goal, Binghamton's EOP Center provides tutoring services in various content areas; provides web-based tutorial support and basic computer skills instruction, and offers CRLA certification for new and continuing tutors on a year round basis.
Reporting to the Director of EOP, the Coordinator supervises professional staff and directs work operations to assist in the management and the ongoing development and improvement of three areas of instructional student support: Tutoring Support Services, Computer Center/Lab, and the CRLA Tutor Certification Program. The successful candidate will be responsible for the following duties:
Oversee the delivery of quality tutoring services and program in various content areas across the curriculum including math, reading, writing, sciences, foreign languages and a variety of other content areas.
Research instructional support models and implement new processes and best practices to improve the performance and quality of academic support services offered to students.
Oversee the CRLA Tutor Certification program. Lead CRLA tutor training each semester, including updating tutor training modules and tutor observations.
Work with instructors and campus administrators in implementing the program including marketing and enrollment; monitoring the use of curriculum and academic software, and assessing and evaluating tutor outcomes.
Coordinate the work of professional tutors and students including individual and group tutors, master tutors, and EOP front desk staff who are accountable for overseeing the day to day operations of the tutoring center and computer lab, and for providing quality tutoring and specified support services to students.
Establish performance measures, observe and evaluate performance of students who are seeking, as well as students who have completed CRLA certification, professional and peer tutors, and other academic support staff; implement action plans to address performance issues of individual staff.
Perform outreach to departments, faculty, and instructors to identify potential candidates for the roles of professional tutors, master tutors, group tutors and individual tutors.
Participate in the interviewing, selection, and hiring of instructors and all levels of tutors.
Facilitate on-going professional development training for tutors (both certified and non-certified) and front desk staff to ensure that center employees are equipped with the resources and tools needed to best serve students.
Collaborate with other University-sponsored tutoring support services.
Work with EOP professional staff in developing plans for intervention strategies to encourage "at risk" students, as informed by Binghamton University's early warning system and other leading risk indicators, in terms of providing priority tutoring and other support services to these students as needed.
Receive training in the conducting of student development workshops (e.g. time management, study skills, etc.).
Assist in developing and implementing key performance measures to evaluate the quality and effectiveness of tutoring programs and services, and to identify potential gaps in services.
Work collaboratively with public relations, marketing, and communications teams to promote academic support services and increase student awareness via social media, college website, and print materials.
A Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university in Education, Counseling, or a related field
A Master's degree is strongly preferred
Two years of work experience in student affairs, student development, or in a related area of higher education student services
Experience with tutoring or academic support services in a college setting is highly desirable
Experience working and interfacing with multicultural student population
Experience with budgeting and record keeping (e.g. time sheets, HR forms, etc.)
Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and multi-task
Proficiency in oral and written communication skills, public speaking skills, and the ability to lead group discussions and conduct workshops
Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
Core hours for this position are 11:00 AM - 7:00 PM, Sunday through Thursday
Offers of employment may be contingent upon successful completion of a pre-employment background check and verification of degree(s) and credentials.
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Deadline for Internal Applicants: June 27, 2017
Deadline for External Applicants: Open until filled
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