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Subject:

UMKC SI Campus Coordinator

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"Arendale, David" <[log in to unmask]>

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Open Forum for Learning Assistance Professionals <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Wed, 1 Mar 2000 11:45:11 -0600

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> Dear Friends,
>
> The University of Missouri-Kansas City is seeking outstanding applicants to
> fill the position of the campus Supplemental Instruction program coordinator.
> This position provides leadership for the SI program that serves approximately
> 25 courses each term.  The SI program is located within the Center for
> Academic Development which offers many other programs to serve students.  The
> Center's website is http://www.umkc.edu/cad/  Other student and professional
> staff members within the Center assist the campus SI program coordinator with
> supervision and training of the SI leaders.  The campus SI program often
> serves as an experimental site for new SI practices which are later
> disseminated through the national and international SI supervisor training
> programs of the Center.  UMKC is a metropolitan institution of about 11,000
> students located in the heart of Kansas City.  UMKC's website is
> http://www.umkc.edu/ and a general web site for Kansas City is
> http://www.kansascity.com/
>
> Applicants from culturally diverse populations are encouraged to apply.
> Preferred qualifications:  Master's degree in student personnel, counseling,
> education or related programs; two years full-time professional work
> experience; skill with computer applications (word processing, database,
> spreadsheet); energetic and creative individual; strong communication and
> interpersonal skills; and experience with Supplemental Instruction or similar
> types of learning center programs.  The current job description for the
> position is at the bottom of this message.
>
> Submit letter of application, resume, and the names and telephone numbers of
> three professional references to the address below.  Applications will be
> accepted until the position is filled.  Applications will be reviewed
> immediately and telephone interviews with selected applicants will be
> scheduled in March.  The estimated salary is in the low to mid $30,000 range,
> dependent upon qualifications of the successful applicant.  This is a 12 month
> position with excellent retirement, vacation, and other fringe benefits.
>
> =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
> David R. Arendale, Interim Director of CAD
> Univ. of Missouri-KC, Center for Academic Development
> 5014 Rockhill Road, SASS #210, KC, MO 64110
> 816-235-1197; (F) 235-5156; [log in to unmask]
> (H) 913-789-8314  http://www.umkc.edu/cad/
> =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
>
> Job Description:  Campus SI Coordinator
> Primary Activities:
> 1.    Provide leadership in developing and implementing an exemplary and
> comprehensive Supplemental Instruction Program for UMKC students.
> 2.    Identify weaknesses or problems in the current SI program and make
> recommendations for their solution.
> 3.    Serve as overall coordinator of the UMKC SI program:
> 4.    Train all SI Leaders.
> 5.    Assist with revision of SI Leader training materials and notebook.
> 6.    Plan and direct periodic group meetings of all campus SI Leaders.
> 7.    Meet bi-weekly with other campus SI supervisory staff.
> 8.    Provide on-site supervision of the SI program.
> 9.    Periodically supervise SI in all SI classes.
> 10.   Serve as primary liaison with departmental administrators and faculty
> members for the College of Arts and Science.
> 11.   Promote the SI program.
>
> Secondary Activities:
> 1.    Supervise SI in multiple classes each semester.
> 2.    Attend classes and SI sessions as specified in the SI model.
> 3.    Regularly meet with the SI leaders: discuss observations of the SI
> sessions; encourage and assist SI Leaders in creation of SI session handouts;
> assist SI leaders in planning of SI sessions and use of a wide variety of the
> identified learning strategies.
> 4.    Act as liaison to faculty involved in the UMKC SI program.  Gather
> feedback concerning the SI program.
> 5.    Assist with providing technical assistance for other colleges as they
> implement SI.
> 6.    Other duties as assigned by the Director.
>
> Maintenance Activities:
> 1.    Solicit, interview and hire SI leaders for the following semester at
> least three weeks before the end of the preceding semester (e.g., November 15
> and April 15): gather faculty member nominations; advertise the positions;
> interview candidates; obtain faculty member approval of recommended candidate;
> complete procedural personnel paperwork.
> 2.    Ensure that all SI leaders complete necessary personnel paperwork.
> 3.    Make available to SI leaders the needed materials and forms: handout
> that explains the program to the students; survey forms
> (beginning/middle/end-of-term); SI session attendance forms.
> 4.    Ensure that beginning-of-semester SI survey is distributed and analyzed
> within 24 hours.
> 5.    Assist SI leaders with selecting appropriate times and scheduling of SI
> sessions.
> 6.    Arrange for facilities for SI sessions.
> 7.    Assist with marketing of the SI program through:
> 8.    Producing flyers with session times, days and places for distribution by
> SI Leaders in individual classes.
> 9.    Maintain web page with current SI study session times and locations.
> 10.   Provide academic advisors with a list of SI courses during mid-semester
> of the preceding semester (e.g., November 15 and April 15).
> 11.   Make an annual budget for all SI expenses (e.g., salaries, texts,
> advertising, photocopying).
> 12.   Maintain master list of all past and present SI leaders.
> 13.   Maintain a master schedule of all SI courses and SI sessions.
> 14.   Assist with time sheets and payroll-related personnel paperwork.
> 15.   Order necessary materials (e.g., notebooks, summary margin paper, graph
> paper, note cards, textbooks, etc.)
> 16.   Ensure that mid-semester SI Feedback Survey and End-of-Course surveys
> are distributed and the results analyzed within two weeks.
> 17.   Gather and analyze all data associated within the SI program (e.g., SI
> attendance, grades, surveys, handouts generated by the SI leaders).
> 18.   Complete end-of-term reports for campus faculty and administration and
> submit by the third week following the end of the term (e.g., January 21 and
> June 1).
> 19.   Plan appropriate receptions for SI leaders, supervisors and
> participating faculty members.
> 20.   Assist with the UMKC New Student Orientation Program.
> 21.   Model appropriate professional attitudes and behaviors to staff,
> students and others on and off campus.
> 22.   Maintain regular working hours, including:  providing your immediate
> supervisor and the central office personnel with an up-to-date schedule of
> your out-of-office work activities; notifying the central office of your
> destination and expected time of re-turn when your schedule deviates from your
> regular schedule.
> 23.   Follow through with customers in a timely and thorough manner.
> 24.   Supports the organization; understands the vision and mission of Student
> Affairs and UMKC.
>
> Program Development Activities:
> 1.    Provide leadership in developing and implementing an exemplary and
> comprehensive Supplemental Instruction Program for students at UMKC.
> 2.    Identify weaknesses or problems in the current SI program and make
> recommendations for their solution.
> 3.    Each semester identify high-risk courses and make a recommendation for
> SI courses (e.g., October 1 and March 1).
> 4.    Gain and maintain faculty cooperation.
> 5.    Identify and secure campus resources for the SI program (e.g., SI Leader
> salaries, textbooks, photocopying expense, advertising, etc.).
> 6.    Assist with revision of training, supervision, and hiring processes in
> order to improve the campus program.
> 7.    Conduct SI Leader training workshops before the beginning of each
> semester.
> 8.    Continue to analyze the effectiveness of the SI program: collect raw
> data (e.g., SI attendance, term grades, surveys, etc.) Analyze data; submit
> course reports to campus faculty and administrators; submit annual reports to
> campus faculty and administrators.
> 9.    Conduct all on-campus SI Supervisor workshops.
> 10.   Assist with conducting research concerning the effectiveness of SI.
> 11.   Make presentations concerning SI at regional conferences.

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