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Subject:

Position Posting

From:

Sean McCray <[log in to unmask]>

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

Date:

Tue, 26 May 2009 07:40:18 -0500

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Hello All

Please see the following position description:

*WESTERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY*

*ACADEMIC ADVISING AND RETENTION CENTER*

* *

*ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF SUPPLEMENTAL EDUCATION*

 

Western Kentucky University, Academic Advising and Retention Center 
(AARC), is seeking applicants for an *Assistant Director of Supplemental 
Education*.  This position supports the retention and supplemental 
education policies and initiatives of the Academic Advising and 
Retention Center and the University.  This position works with a variety 
of students, faculty, staff, and Academic and Student Affairs 
departments to provide a variety of supplemental learning opportunities 
so as to promote higher retention rates and support/assist academically 
under-prepared students, support/assist all students seeking 
supplemental education, and further the AARC and University Quality 
Enhancement Plan Initiatives.  Anticipated start date is July 2009.

 

*Responsibilities:*

*The following duties are customary for this position but are not to be 
construed as all-inclusive.  Duties may be added, deleted, and assigned 
based on managerial discretion and institutional needs.*

 

*Development of Programs*:

         Develops a cohesive 3 year strategic plan for the delivery of 
supplemental education.

         Conducts literature searches, best practice reviews,  reviews 
of other higher education institutions (particularly Benchmark 
Institutions), and attends regional and national conferences on 
supplemental education as a means of acquiring data to inform the AARC 
strategies for enhancing supplemental learning programs and program 
practices.

         Works with the University, AARC, academic departments, faculty 
advisors, and professional advisors to implement supplemental programs 
via a supportive University-wide network.

         Focuses on improving services provided by The Learning Centers 
(TLC) and AARC

* *

*Coordination and Implementation*:

         Coordinates the implementation of the supplemental education 
strategic plan.

         Collaborates with other offices and departments to implement 
supplemental education programs, particularly for students who are 
academically underprepared.

         Coordinates hiring and the transmittal of training programs 
for new student employees of TLC Proper and its two satellite 
locations-- including Graduate Assistants, Peer Tutors, Peer Assisted 
Study Sessions Leaders (PASS), Front Desk Monitors, and Computer Lab 
Monitors--informing them of TLC policies and procedures and instructing 
them in position specific duties.

         Coordinates the maintenance of College Reading and Learning 
Association Tutor Program Certification; develops new training methods 
to achieve additional levels of certification.

         Provides training and support programs that introduce, refine, 
and further tutoring practices within TLC; offers the same training 
University-wide for other supplemental education programs in other 
departments.

         Coordinates the day-to-day operation of TLC's study 
environment and programming in TLC Proper and its residence hall 
satellite locations.

         Coordinates the PASS Program and the Academic Advantage 
Series:  Workshops for Success which require partnerships with faculty 
and special programs University-wide.

         Serves as a liaison between AARC and all academic units for 
supplemental education.

         Coordinates the implementation and maintenance of, and 
training for, TutorTrac Scheduling software for all participating 
supplemental education centers University-wide.

         Maintains and refines Online Tutoring Sessions program.

         Coordinates tutor outreach sessions and informational sessions 
that advertise TLC services.

         Creates effective advertisements to promote TLC and AARC 
programs via radio, newspaper, and other media outlets.

         Assists with parent and student orientation information sessions.

         Assists with academic advising during high volume periods.

         Generates and participates in discussions on improving 
supplemental education through the use of technology.

* *

*Assessment/Evaluation:*

         Works with WKU research staff to assess supplemental education 
program efficacy.

         Works with faculty, FaCET, and staff to determine identifiers 
to be used in effective evaluation.

         Prepares weekly, semester, and annual reports on supplemental 
education programs.  (Specifically to include the impact programs on 
student success).

         Implements and revises, as necessary, consistent assessment 
methods and practices for evaluation.

         Reviews internal processes campus-wide and in AARC to 
determine effectiveness of supplemental education programs.

 

*Required Qualifications*:

         Master's Degree

         Experience coordinating student programs

         Proficiency with current software packages including Microsoft 
Office Suite

         Strong technology (including computer hardware and software) 
and web based skills

         Must have a desire to provide outstanding leadership in 
supplemental education

         Excellent communication and customer service skills

         Must be able to handle difficult situations with tact and 
diplomacy

 

*Desired/Preferred Qualifications:*

         Experience in instruction at the university level

         Management experience

         Proficiency using graphic design programs (Adobe CS3)

 

*Salary Grade*:  108     *Expected Salary Range*:  $32,712.00 - 
$40,000.00 annually

 

Applications for employment will be *accepted electronically only.* 
Interested candidates must submit a cover letter, current resume, and 
names, addresses, and daytime phone numbers of three professional 
references using the on-line application process.  *Transcripts may be 
requested at time of interview.*/ / Please refer to the following 
website to apply:  http://asaweb.wku.edu/wkujobs.  Reference requisition 
number *S2313.*  For further assistance call (270) 745-5934.  To ensure 
full consideration please submit all application materials by *June 12, 
2009*.  Position will remain open until filled.

 

*All qualified individuals are encouraged to apply, including women, 
minorities, persons with disabilities, and disabled veterans.  *

* *

*Western Kentucky University is an Affirmative Action/equal Opportunity 
Employer.*

 


-- 
Sean McCray
Assistant Director of Supplemental Education
The Learning Center
Academic Advising and Retention Center
Western Kentucky University
DUC Annex A330
1906 College Heights Blvd. #11052
Bowling Green, KY 42104-1052


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