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 They have reposted the announcement for the position here at Ferrum
College. It was changed somewhat. Here is the updated job title and link.
There is not a deadline posted right now, they want to leave it open for
those who want to finish out the academic year at their current
institutions. I am hopeful that we might be so fortunate as to get a member
of NCLCA!!


Executive Director of Academic Resources

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*Posted 03/0**8/18*

Ferrum College invites applications and nominations for the position of
Executive Director of Academic Resources.  This dynamic leader will oversee
and further develop the academic support services, programming, and
initiatives at Ferrum College in beautiful Southwest Virginia. The
campus-wide support services include:

   - The Academic Resources Center (ARC) provides a variety of academic
   resources including: peer tutoring sessions, one-on-one tutoring with an
   academic counselor, and peer-led and facilitated study groups.
   - The Ask ME First Center is committed to providing first generation
   college students with resources that contribute to their academic and
   personal success.
   - The Office of Academic Accessibility assists students with advocacy
   and provides support and accommodations for students who seek help and
   provides appropriate documentation of a disability.
   - The PACE (Pathways: Advising, Connection, Exploration) Office is
   responsible for easing the transition to Ferrum College for both freshman
   and new transfer students by coordinating the course registration process
   for PAWS orientation sessions. PACE also assists students throughout their
   freshman and sophomore years as they enter into a major course of study.
   - The Think and Learn Center provides individualized professional
   tutoring and academic support for freshman students enrolled in the
   Learning Community.
   - The Panther PRIDE Program, an academics and career preparation program
   for athletics, provides advising, academic support, academic resources, and
   the development of career focus and skills for student athletes.

The Executive Director of Academic Resources will report to the Provost and
serve as a member of the Academic Affairs Council.  This campus leader will
have opportunities to expand resources for our highly diverse student body
and partner with campus offices to identify and implement new ways to
support specific student populations (e.g., international, first
generation, part-time, commuters, transfers, veterans, and NCAA Div. III
student-athletes). We seek a visionary leader who is prepared to draw on
Ferrum’s Strategic Plan, engage with campus leaders to influence policy and
procedures, and join a campus-wide effort to support our students in their
pursuit of academic excellence.

The Executive Director of Academic Resources will possess significant
knowledge and experience in areas related to academic engagement,
resources, and support.  The ideal candidate will have extensive experience
in shaping academic support programs that aid in strengthening retention
rates and strengthening advising across the College.  Responsible for
communicating a vision and strategy for all of the campus-wide academic
support services, the Executive Director of Academic Resources will
contribute to initiatives and lead a dedicated team of professionals.  We
seek a campus leader and colleague who embraces the mission of Ferrum
College and who shares our commitment to academic excellence and holistic
education.

*Qualifications and Application *Candidates must possess a minimum of a
master’s level degree and five years of related professional experience.
Preferential consideration will be given to those with a doctoral degree in
a related field. The qualified candidate will demonstrate a strong
commitment to student academic success, have extensive leadership
experience in a higher education setting, have a proven history of resource
advocacy, and possess excellent oral and written communication skills.
A comprehensive review of complete applications will begin immediately and
will remain open until filled.  A letter of interest, including resume,
copies of bachelor’s and graduate transcripts, and three professional
references including title and contact information should be sent to the
following:

*Electronic submissions (PDF or Word file attachments) may be emailed to
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Office of Human Resources
Ferrum College
P.O. Box 1000
Ferrum, VA 24088
*Please Note: A background check is required.*

Kate Bye
Academic Counselor
Ferrum College
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