Assistant Director For Student Transitions & Persistence

Dartmouth College Hanover , NH 03755

Posted 1 week ago

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Position Information

Posting date 05/02/2022 Closing date Open Until Filled Yes Position Number 1127625 Position Title Assistant Director for Student Transitions & Persistence Department this Position Reports to Academic Skills Hiring Range Minimum 54,400 Hiring Range Maximum 62,600 SEIU Level Not an SEIU Position FLSA Status Exempt Employment Category Regular Full Time w/end date Scheduled Months per Year 12 Scheduled Hours per Week 40 Schedule Location of Position

Baker Library, Suite 224

Remote Work Eligibility? Hybrid Is this a term position? Yes If yes, length of term in months. 36 Is this a grant funded position? No Position Purpose

The Assistant Director for Student Transitions & Persistence in the Academic Skills Center (ASC) collaborates closely with all ASC team members in creating and realizing the vision of the Center. The Assistant Director is primarily responsible for overseeing the Learning at Dartmouth program, an academic program offered each fall term with ongoing support sessions throughout the academic year. The program is offered for first-year and incoming transfer students and consists of learning strategies workshops, values and goal-setting exercises, and campus resource-navigation sessions. The Assistant Director partners with Student Affairs colleagues outside of the ASC and a variety of academic partners. In addition, the Assistant Director conducts individual academic coaching with a focus on supporting first-year and transfer students. Moreover, this role creates, promotes, and facilitates the provision of learning enhancement services and programming for Dartmouth College's undergraduate student community. This is a three-year term position.

Description Required Qualifications

  • Education and Yrs Exp Bachelors plus 2-3 years' experience or equivalent combination of education and experience Required Qualifications

  • Skills, Knowledge and Abilities

  • Bachelor's degree.

  • Two years of professional experience, preferably in a higher education setting: teaching, advising, evaluating and/or counseling students; working with programs or services that support student transitions such as orientation, residential life, learning communities, and/or academic advising; conducting workshops and trainings.

  • Knowledge of enrichment/learning strategies to support students with academic difficulties.

  • Strong understanding of student development theory.

  • Commitment to diversity and to serving the needs of a diverse community.

  • Demonstrated organizational, time management, problem solving, project management, presentation, and team-building skills.

  • Excellent interpersonal, group leadership, and written and verbal communications skills.

  • Tact and discretion in dealing with sensitive or confidential matters.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Master's Degree, with an emphasis in academic advising, counseling, education, student affairs, or a related field.

  • Demonstrated ability to build relationships and skills collaborating with colleagues in developing integrated programs that support a diverse range of students and student issues.

  • Experience managing a term- or semester-long "College 101" or "Introduction to College Learning" related program.

  • Formal training in academic coaching with completion of accredited coaching courses.

  • Established supervisory skills.

Department Contact for Cover Letter and Title Karen Afre, Director, Academic Skills Center Equal Opportunity Employer

Dartmouth College is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer with a strong commitment to diversity and inclusion. We prohibit discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, veteran status, marital status, or any other legally protected status. Applications by members of all underrepresented groups are encouraged.

Background Check

Employment in this position is contingent upon consent to and successful completion of a pre-employment background check, which may include a criminal background check, reference checks, verification of work history, and verification of any required academic credentials, licenses, and/or certifications, with results acceptable to Dartmouth College. A criminal conviction will not automatically disqualify an applicant from employment. Background check information will be used in a confidential, non-discriminatory manner consistent with state and federal law.

Special Instructions to Applicants

All Dartmouth College employees, whether working on-site or remotely, are required to be up to date with vaccination against COVID-19 (or to have received an approved exemption from vaccination through the Office of Institutional Diversity and Equity). Please visit https://dartgo.org/vaxpolicy for details. Compliance with this requirement is a condition of employment. Failure to meet this condition of employment may result in Dartmouth in its sole discretion delaying your start date or rescinding its offer of employment.

Quick Link https://searchjobs.dartmouth.edu/postings/58750

Key Accountabilities

Description

Learning at Dartmouth Program (40%)

  • Manages the Learning at Dartmouth Program: teaches course sessions, identifies guest speakers, and trains and supervises student facilitators.

  • Regularly revises program syllabus and termly offerings consistent with current best practices in higher education pertaining to first-year student development and navigating transitions.

  • In collaboration with campus colleagues creates and delivers program sessions with a focus on learning strategies, multicultural competency, and navigating campus resources.

  • Identifies and expands ways to increase the involvement of underrepresented students in program.

  • Assesses the Learning at Dartmouth Program on a termly and annual basis and uses data to inform the development of future program offerings.

Percentage Of Time 40% Description

Academic Coaching, Learning Strategies Workshops, & Online Resource-sharing (30%)

  • Serves a diverse student population, coaching and advising individuals and communities of undergraduate students on learning strategies with a focus on the academic development of first-year and transfer students.

  • Coordinates, initiates, and conducts specific outreach to undergraduate students, including academically underprepared, low-income, first-generation, and students of Color.

  • Responsible for delivering department learning strategy programs, workshops, and presentations, working with the ASC Program Coordinator for logistical support.

  • Researches, promotes, and trains students in the use of relevant online learning support/enhancement sites, apps, and other resources.

Percentage Of Time 30% Description

Representation & Cross-Campus Collaboration (15%)

  • Communicates with faculty, students, and staff to solicit feedback & recommendations related to enhancing student learning. Collaborates with campus colleagues (e.g., Undergraduate Dean's Office, the Office of Pluralism and Leadership, First Generation Office, Student Accessibility Services, Pre-Health Advising, Athletics, and Residential Life) to create and provide holistic support and programming based on current student needs.

  • Represents the ASC on various committees and in professional associations, and at designated professional conferences.

  • Advances and increases digital outreach essential to the dissemination of information & promotion of student learning programs via the ASC website, Facebook, Instagram, Blog. Primary responsibility for Facebook and Instagram.

Percentage Of Time 15% Description

Supervisory (15%)

  • Supervises 1-3 undergraduate student and/or graduate student interns.

  • In collaboration with the Associate Director and Assistant Director for Academic Enrichment & Learning, is responsible for the supervision and development of a caseload of tutors each quarter.

Percentage Of Time 15%

  • -- Demonstrates a commitment to diversity, inclusion, and cultural awareness through actions, interactions, and communications with others. -- Performs other duties as assigned

Supplemental Questions

Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).

  • How did you hear about this employment opportunity?

  • Talent Acquisition Consultant

  • AbilityJOBS

  • American Library Association

  • CareerBuilder

  • Chronicle of Higher Education

  • Chronicle of Philanthropy

  • Dartmouth College Employment Website

  • Glassdoor

  • Internal Employee Referral

  • HERC

  • Higher Ed Jobs

  • Indeed

  • Inside Higher Ed Jobs

  • LinkedIn

  • National Black MBA Association

  • Recruit Military

  • Prospanica

  • Valley News

  • Other (Please specify below)

  • Handshake

  • If you answered "Other" to the above question, please specify here

(Open Ended Question)

Documents Needed to Apply

Required Documents

  • Resume

  • Cover Letter

Optional Documents

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