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AHEPPP is happy to post job openings for all institutions regardless of membership. Positions will be posted on the website, posted in our members-only Facebook group and will emailed out to the AHEPPP membership. The cost is free and job information can be posted by emailing [email protected] Positions will be posted for 60 days unless otherwise noted or requested.


Associate Director and Academic Counselor, Undergraduate Program – McDonough School of Business, Georgetown University
Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs, School of Nursing & Health Studies, Georgetown University
Development Coordinator, UCI Parent Engagement, University of California Irvine
Director, Student Transitions and Family Programs, Clemson University
Assistant Director, Orientation and New Student Programs, George Mason University
Assistant Director for Your First Year, University of North Carolina Greensboro
Assistant Director of Parent & Family Programs, College of William & Mary
Assistant Director for Communication, Texas Parents, University of Texas at Austin


Institution: University of North Carolina - Greensboro
Job Title: Assistant Director for Your First Year
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Posted by AHEPPP on: August 21, 2018 

New Student Transitions & First Year Experience (NST&FYE) is committed to providing a comprehensive and collaborative approach to ensure the success and retention of our new students. NST & FYE helps new students and their families navigate the transition to college by connecting them to the people, programs, and resources at UNC Greensboro which provide a solid foundation for student success.

NST & FYE offers a range of programs and resources for new students delivered through orientation programs, transition courses, shared learning experiences, and peer support. Drawing from extensive knowledge about the first year experience, NST & FYE educates the campus community about the unique and evolving needs of our new students and their families in order for all of us to provide optimum support inside and outside the classroom.

NST & FYE ultimately encourages new students to explore UNCG, connect to its many resources, and excel academically and personally, while cultivating a sense of Spartan pride and affinity for UNC Greensboro.

This position supports all of the Your First Year (YFY) programming and communication. The programs include SPEARSSOAR, NAV1GATE, ConnectUp, First Finals Fest and YFY Basketball Night. Communication responsibilities are First Year Connect, YFY texting and YFY social media. Retention initiatives collaboration and programming to support the first year cohort are a component as well as special program support for Science Everywhere and athletics co-branding. This position will also supervise a graduate assistant.


Institution: Georgetown University
Job Title: Associate Director and Academic Counselor, Undergraduate Program – McDonough School of Business
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Posted by AHEPPP on: July 5, 2018  

Located at the intersection of business, government, and international relations, Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business (MSB) develops principled leaders committed to serving both business and society. Through our global perspective, we prepare students to compete in today’s international business environment.
 
The Associate Director and Academic Counselor provides support for a strategic area of focus for the undergraduate program, as well as for student developmental programs in the first, second, third and final year of undergraduate study. Reporting to the Senior Assistant Dean for Advising, the Associate Director and Academic Counselor has duties that include but are not limited to:
  • Supports and advises approximate 200 business students on curricular, academic, and personal issues in the Jesuit tradition
  • Works closely with students on academic probation to provide additional support in an effort to help them improve their time management and study skills.
  • Supports the work of existing student engagement programs, as well as develop new programming to support emphasis on global business and leadership within the curriculum and co-curriculum for undergraduate students, including work with faculty, administrators and offices across campus.
  • Provides support for major events, including New Student Orientation, Family Weekend, GAAP weekends, and Graduation.
  • Works with various administrative offices and departments across Georgetown University, in an effort to best support and advise students, to include informal conversations with staff in many areas of Student Affairs, Athletics, Registrar’s Office, and Student Financial Services.
  • Engages in committees such as New Student Orientation, Building Bridges, Sophomore Subcommittee of the First Year Experience Committee, and the University Honor Council.
Qualifications 
  • Bachelor’s degree – Master’s degree preferred
  • 3 to 5 years of advising experience within higher education.
  • Preference for familiarity with business education and students

Institution: Georgetown University
Job Title: Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs, School of Nursing & Health Studies - Georgetown University Medical Center
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Posted by AHEPPP on: July 5, 2018 

Founded in 1903, the School of Nursing & Health Studies (NHS) is a dynamic academic organization dedicated to its mission, “Advancing the health and well-being of individuals and communities.” Academic departments include Advanced Nursing Practice, Health Systems Administration, Human Science, International Health, and Professional Nursing Practice.  The school also houses the Center for Health Equity – Research, Implementation, and Teaching.

NHS features a team of four undergraduate Assistant Deans of Academic Affairs. Reporting to the Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, they work closely with dedicated faculty and staff that comprise a dynamic Academic Affairs team which is passionate and committed to facilitating student success in a values-based, rigorous, and interdisciplinary educational environment.  Anchored in the Jesuit value of Cura Personalis, Academic Deans facilitate the holistic learning and growth of their students throughout their time on the Hilltop. 

The Assistant Dean serves as a departmental liaison to one of the School’s academic departments: International Health, Health Systems Administration, Human Science, Advanced, Nursing Practice, and Professional Nursing Practice and serves as the academic advising dean to students inside that department at the undergraduate level and, if applicable, in the department’s graduate programs.  The Assistant Dean has duties that include but are not limited to:

Academic Advising

  • Serves as primary academic adviser to an identified population of students, which may include both undergraduate and graduate students.
  • Connects students to proper resources across campus and within NHS to facilitate their academic and personal growth and development.
  • Maintains accurate student degree progression documents, which including preparation of accurate plans of study and curriculum worksheets that match information found in the graduate and undergraduate bulletins and in the electronic degree audit system. 
  • Maintains accurate student files, including updating information in both the student information system (Banner) and the constituent relationship management system (GU360/SalesForce).
  • Maintains accurate enrollment counts and future enrollment projections.
  • Approves students’ registration submissions and develops four-year plans for assigned students.
  • Tracks assigned students’ degree progression to ensure timely graduation.
  • Clears students annually for graduation.
  • Connects students to resources on campus related post-graduation employment and graduate degree programs.
  • Maintains data on assigned students, such as graduation rates, transfer rates, and post-Georgetown employment, and graduate school acceptance rates.

New Student Recruitment & Onboarding

  • Leads the reading and review process for a defined population of NHS students.
  • Meets with prospective students and families to field questions about degree programs and academic life on-campus.
  • Responds to phone inquiries and e-mails from prospective students and parents.
  • Attends university and school recruitment activities such as GAAP weekends and accepted student open houses.
  • Assists in planning and participating in new student and family orientation activities.
  • Connects prospective students and families with faculty and other university offices when appropriate.
  • Prepares transfer credit evaluations.
  • Co-teaches a section of HEST 001 First Year Colloquium.

Departmental Liaison

  • Regularly attends departmental meetings and one-on-one meetings with department chair.
  • Advises department and faculty about university policies and procedures, and provides regular updates to faculty about changes in university processes.
  • Provides enrollment numbers and information about student data upon request.
  • Advises department about degree progression feedback from students.
  • Serves on ad hoc department committees and participates in new department initiatives as necessary.  
  • Assists department chair and program coordinator in providing enrollment projections for course scheduling.

NHS Liaison to University Initiatives and Offices

  • Represents NHS on multiple campus wide committee infinitives and/or serves as a liaison to multiple university offices.
  • Provides regular updates to academic affairs teams about programs and initiatives implemented by liaison committees and offices.
  • Assumes leadership role on projects as needed.
  • Regularly partners with and communicates with advising deans from other schools to ensure consistency of academic processes across the university.

Management of NHS Processes

  • Manages multiple internal school processes, such as academic appeals, bulletin & handbook updates, DegreeWorks coordination, publications, webpage enhancements, Colloquium instruction, academic counsel advisement, peer advising coordination, minority health initiative committee advisement, and commencement planning and communication.
  • Sets appropriate timelines and communication plans to ensure successful project completion.
  • Engages in critical evaluation to ensure continual process improvement.

Requirements

  • Master’s degree – preferably in Higher Education, Counseling, or a related field
  • Direct experience advising college students within a higher education setting – preferably 3 years of full time advising experience
  • Familiarity with various data management systems, including Banner, Cognos, and SalesForce CRM
  • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail
  • Ability to prioritize and efficiently manage multiple assignments
  • Ability to respond to ever-changing environments comprised of a diverse group of stakeholders

Institution: University of California Irvine 
Job Title: Development Coordinator, Parent Engagement 
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Posted by AHEPPP on: August 8, 2018 

Under the direction of the Director, Parent Engagement & Philanthropy, the primary role of this position is the planning and execution of UCI Parents Engagement events, and the development of a marketing and communications strategy focused on increasing engagement and financial contributions. As such, responsibilities include writing, event coordination, parent e-newsletters, stewardship, website/social media content, and other marketing materials highlighting ways for parents and families to be connected to the university.

The Development Coordinator for the UCI Parents Engagement coordinates the daily management of the parent annual giving and engagement program. We are looking for an organized, self-motivated, and enthusiastic individual to build on the success of our parents engagement program. The ideal candidate has a successful track record in event and volunteer management, demonstrated interest in fundraising, and the ability to serve as a liaison between UCI and parents and families.


Institution: Clemson University 
Job Title: Director, Student Transitions and Family Programs
Full Posting: cujobs.clemson.edu 
Posted by AHEPPP on: August 8, 2018 

Student Transitions and Family Programs at Clemson University is searching for its next Director of Orientation Programs! The deadline to apply is August 27. All applicants must apply online at cujobs.clemson.edu and you can search for the position using the Job ID 103327.

The Director of Orientation Programs will manage all facets of a comprehensive orientation for all undergraduate and graduate students (6500/yr). In collaboration with Undergraduate Studies, the Graduate School, and numerous campus entities, this position is responsible for the creation, implementation, execution, and assessment of programs supporting a seamless, successful transition to the University.


 

Institution: George Mason University
Job Title: Assistant Director, Orientation and New Student Programs
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Posted by AHEPPP on: August 13, 2018 

 

Orientation and Family Programs at George Mason University is looking for an enthusiastic and energetic person to serve as the Assistant Director, New Student and Family Programs. George Mason University has a strong institutional commitment to the achievement of excellence and diversity among its faculty and staff, and strongly encourages candidates to apply who will enrich Mason’s academic and culturally inclusive environment. 

The Assistant Director, New Student and Family Programs facilitates the coordination and implementation of the summer and winter orientation programs, as well as oversees the development and maintenance of the marketing and communications plan related to orientation for new students and families. The Assistant Director also supports initiatives to ease the college transition for new students beyond the traditional orientation programs. 

This key responsibilities of this position are as follows:

  • Assist in the coordination of logistical components and student-centered programs for Orientation and other key departmental and divisional initiatives;
  • Develop, train, recruit, supervise and evaluate the Student Coordinator team (which comprises of former Patriot Leaders who are hired to aid in the planning and implementation of departmental initiatives);
  • Support in the development of comprehensive, educational new student programming, including Mason Reads, Preamble, and Welcome2Mason;
  • Co-supervise, select, and train the annual summer NODA interns (2-3 individuals);
  • Support the planning and implementation of new student and family programs within OFPS;
  • Manage communication and marketing plan for Orientation and new student programs, in coordination with Marketing & Design Specialist.
Required Qualifications:

Master’s degree in higher education, student personnel, counseling or a related field; preferred candidates will also have one full-time year of professional experience in a higher education environment. Additionally, successful candidates must have a strong working knowledge of new student and family programs; student and family transitional issues; student leadership and training development; mentoring and advising of student leaders; and have experience designing, developing and executing large-scale programming initiatives. 

Applicants must demonstrate experience designing and executing large-scale program assessment, and be able to analyze data and create meaningful reports. Highly developed organizational management and problem-solving skills.


Institution: William & Mary 
Job Title: Assistant Director, Parent and Family Programs
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Posted by AHEPPP on: August 27, 2018 

Our University
William & Mary is unlike any other university in America. We’re the second oldest institution of higher education in the nation, but also a cutting-edge research university. We’re a "Public Ivy" — one of only eight in the nation — offering a world-class education at an exceptional value. Our students are not only some of the smartest in the world, but passionate about serving others and serious about having fun. Our professors are teachers, scholars and research mentors, the cornerstone of a thriving intellectual community that produces experienced, engaged, successful graduates. Through their strengths, passions and knowledge, our faculty, students and staff are creating a new model of sustainability for higher education.

About the Dean of Student Office
The Office of the Dean of Students assists all students, graduate and undergraduate, from their initial orientation to the College through successful completion of their academic and personal goals. The Dean of Students staff advocates for student needs, acts as liaison between students and academic departments, and provides support and challenges designed to enhance personal growth, as well as a sense of personal authority and responsibility in each student.

Parent & Family Programs facilitates and advocates for the role of family involvement in community development and individual student success. Our programs provide resources and activities that connect families with each other and with the W&M community. The activities, programs, services, and regulations of the university are all planned with the following objectives in mind.

Parent and Family Programs
Parent & Family Programs welcome parents and families to the Tribe; creates opportunities for meaningful involvement with the campus community; connects parents and families with one another; informs and educates parents and families about resources, critical issues and topics relevant to student success.Vision: Cultivate a lifelong relationship among families and William & Mary that supports and encourages student success.

Assistant Director Position
The Assistant Director assists the Director of Parent & Family Programs in the management of day-to-day operations and long-term planning of the office. The Assistant Director is responsible for event management for all population-specific (currently 50 welcome receptions and targeted events) and campus-wide events (Family Orientation and Family Weekend), including the planning, promotion, implementation, and assessment. The Assistant Director also develops and manages the communication strategy for the office, selecting and supervising student interns, and developing relationships with campus partners and Parent & Family Council partners. The Assistant Director serves as an important team member of the Dean of Students Office staff focused on providing information about policies and procedures to students, and communicating with faculty and parents when appropriate.

Successful Candidate:

The successful candidate must have a Master’s degree in College Student Affairs Administration, Counseling, Communications or related field; successful program planning and implementation experience; superior presentation skills; excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills; a high level of proficiency with social and electronic media; demonstrated event management and event organizational abilities; excellent counseling, problem solving, and referral skills; computer and technological skills; and the ability to work within a diverse setting with faculty, student affairs staff, students, and family members.

It is highly desirable for the Assistant Director to have at least three years’ experience working in a higher education setting including at least one year of full-time experience, particularly in the areas of event planning, public relations, communications, student management, strategic implementations of new programming and emerging and best practices in social media. Prior experience working in the area of New Student/First-Year Experience/Parent & Family Programs is highly desirable. The ideal candidate would demonstrate a desire to work with our family volunteer communities to welcome parents and families to William & Mary family; create opportunities for meaningful involvement with the campus community; connect families with one another; and educate families about valuable resources, critical issues and topics relevant to student success.

The College of William & Mary values diversity and invites applications from underrepresented groups who will enrich the research, teaching and service missions of the university. The College is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and encourages applications from women, minorities, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities.


 

Institution: University of Texas at Austin
Job Title: Assistant Director for Communication, Texas Parents
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Texas Parents, one of the nine departments in the Division of Student Affairs at the University of Texas at Austin, is currently seeking an Assistant Director for Communication to join their team. This position directs and implements external and internal communication strategies for all areas of Texas Parents, focusing on branding, financial growth, operational efficiencies and improvements to systems and technology. To learn more, click on the full posting above!

The University of Texas at Austin is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.