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Senior Undergraduate Advisor, Pardee School, International Relations (6801/J0418)

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Boston University Boston , MA 02298

Posted 2 months ago

The Senior Undergraduate Advisor is responsible for advising all undergraduate students in all majors and minors offered by the Pardee School. Provides support to the Director of Undergraduate Studies and the Director of Student Affairs in all activities related to the Pardee School undergraduate program and student services.

Supervise and manage undergraduate office including the hiring and supervision of the work study students. The Senior Undergraduate Advisor will work with appropriate Pardee School staff on coordinating all undergraduate student activities including, travel and research grants for undergraduate students, marketing for undergraduate admissions, collaboration with the graduate office, and managing undergraduate events.

ACADEMIC ADVISING & PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION (65%): Advisor and counselor to the undergraduate students in all of the Pardee School majors and minors programs. Meets with students regularly to discuss degree progress, classes for upcoming semesters, personal and academic issues, study abroad, graduate schools, career counseling, and other academic issues to ensure completion of degree programs.

Act as the primary source of information about the requirements of the various undergraduate programs and other administrative information relevant for Pardee School undergraduate students.

Also advises students regarding academic performance and any other program issues encountered by students to ensure timely completion of degree requirements. Interacts with faculty to ensure students receive appropriate faculty mentorship.

Plan annual calendar of events for undergraduate students. Manage all aspects of Honors Paper submission and defense.

UNDERGRADUATE OFFICE ACTIVITIES & OUTREACH (20%): Supervise student employees and manage the undergraduate office administrative functions. Plan, implement and participate in all activities and events of, or related to, the Pardee School Undergraduate Office.

Meet with prospective students and their families. Manage programs affecting undergraduate students such as Dean's Ambassador's, travel grants, coordinating with other relevant Pardee School staff. Respond to inquiries from prospective and incoming undergraduate students.

Attends undergraduate events as representative for the Pardee School at university meetings and events, such as undergraduate open houses, study abroad expos, major fairs and freshman summer orientations, student welcome events, etc. The Senior Undergraduate Advisor will work with appropriate Pardee School staff on coordinating all undergraduate student activities including, travel and research grants for undergraduate students, marketing for undergraduate admissions, collaboration with the graduate office, and managing undergraduate events.

INFORMATION MANAGEMENT (15%): Maintain a student record database for all incoming and current students, track student progress, and process intent-to-graduate forms. Assist with the undergraduate program's communications and social media.

Research and share information on careers, internships, graduate school, study abroad, scholarships, and other student opportunities. Develop materials to assist in advising including semester class schedules, study abroad information, prospective student packets, orientation materials, etc. as required.

Required Skills

  • B.A./B.S., preferably M.A./M.S.

  • This position requires an outgoing personality.

  • The person must be able to get along with many different personalities, ethnic, cultural and religious backgrounds.

We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. We are a VEVRAA Federal Contractor



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Senior Undergraduate Advisor, Pardee School, International Relations (6801/J0418)

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