Coordinator of Student Affairs #3030
Salaried Job Opening
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The Coordinator of Student Affairs for CMHS-Gorham serves the School of Education and Human Development, the Muskie School of Public Service, and the programs within CMHS at-large. This position provides diverse levels of student affairs coordination across seven departments within the two schools. The coordinator is responsible for implementing School and program strategies, plans, and programs as they relate to and impact students, including but not limited to academic policies, procedures and strategic plans, recruitment and admissions, retention of current students, and academic advising for both prospective and current students at the undergraduate and graduate levels. This includes coordination of student services for the joint Ph.D. program with Public Policy and Educational Leadership. In addition, this position also has a college-level responsibility of student retention coordination and activities. The coordinator works collaboratively as a team with the other student affairs staff in the College. S/he performs most work with limited supervision with the balance performed under general versus specific instruction.
Qualifications: Required: Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree with at least three years experience with higher education advising or related area. Preferred: Master’s degree in related field such as adult education and/or higher education administration with at least two or more years in higher education advising or related area.
Please email cover letter and resume (as Word or PDF attachments) to: Christina Spellman at Spellman@usm.maine.edu. Please indicate in subject line “3030”. All requested materials listed above must be submitted to ensure consideration. Interviewees will be required to submit contact information for three references. Review of resumes will begin September 14, 2012. Materials received after that date will be considered at the discretion of the university.
Salary Band: 103
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