Program Coordinator, Academic Resource Center
Job no: 494050
Full time/Part time: Full-time
Location: South Orange
The Program Coordinator (PC) is a ten-month live-in position providing support to the operations of the Academic Resource Center and the program director. Occupant of the position must deal with a variety of constituents and tasks. The essential duties include management of tutor scheduling for the South Orange campus, supervision of the Tutor-in Residence program, workshop development and implementation, peer tutor on-boarding and training. The position works a 35 hours per week. Position may also require flex workweek scheduling by advance notice from supervisor.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Supervision of eight Tutor in Residence program members via regular one on one meetings and staff development.
- Assist with the ARC Online tutoring program through working with key stakeholders to advertise the program.
- Design and deliver academic skills workshops monthly throughout the academic year. This includes the training and assessment of ARC student staff as they carry out additional workshops.
- Leverage university systems to develop evening skills programs, assess tutoring utilization and programmatic efficiency.
- Collaborate with Housing & Residence life to monitor and support at-risk students in the 1.8 GPA minimum HRL policy.
- Assist with the training and development of the Academic Success Coaching program on campus.
- Assist in the training, supervision, and mentoring of Peer Tutors, Supplemental Instruction leaders, Tutors in Residence, and ARC Online student staff members
- Coordinate ARC operations including office hours, tutor schedule, hiring, onboarding, technology, and training of undergraduate student staff.
- Work with co-workers to maintain Peer Tutoring and Mentor International Certifications (College Reading & Learning Association (CRLA).
- Coordinate with the Director to ensure day-to-day ARC functions are carried out.
- Monitor and maintain all ARC spaces and resources.
- Bachelor's degree.
- Minimum 1-year experience as a peer writing advisor or peer tutor in a writing or learning center.
- Ability to work, communicate and provide leadership within a diverse campus community.
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills; ability to work with a diverse student population including students with English as a second language and students with disabilities; ability to work with educational technology; and ability to set goals and work independently while contributing to a collaborative, team-oriented environment.
- Post-Baccalaureate work.
- Experience working in a leadership capacity in a University academic support center.
- Tutoring certification (Supplemental Instruction, CRLA, NTA, etc.)
- Demonstrated written and oral communication skills. Strong Excel skills.
- Familiarity with student development theory and experience at a faith based institution
- General Office Environment
Special Instructions to Applicants:
- Term is tentatively expected to run from mid-August to mid-May annually.
Seton Hall University is committed to programs of Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) and the principles of affirmative action.
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