2018- Academic Advisor

Job Summary
The primary focus of this position is to meet the academic advising and customer service needs of new and continuing students enrolling into the Associate & Bachelor Degree Programs at the Buffalo Campus of Bryant & Stratton College; to coordinate and/or facilitate activities that include new student orientation; monitoring and tracking student retention, student success and student outcomes data, and may teach one or more classes. This position also requires a focus on departmental administrative process and duties.
Job Duties
Student Advising and Registration
Facilitation of new student and continuing student retention activities
Course scheduling
Managing and maintaining Academic Reports
Maintaining proper documentation/academic files/corresponds to both students and faculty
Track and Monitor all of students' academic progress/reports/folders
Participates with other staff members in the planning, directing and monitoring of special campus events/projects.
Researches and analyzes statistical data and performs data entry
Organizing various departmental meetings and keeping track of all activities
Managing all Banner and Mythics activities
Completes education verification
Organizes and distributes various student evaluations
Assists in both internal and external auditing
Assists with retrieving via various management systems
Assist in monitoring and tracking student support service activities, faculty office hours
Performs various administrative duties as assigned
May Teach one or more classes to include course preparation as well as preparing the proper documents for the course
Other duties as may be assigned by the Dean and/or Campus Director.
Competencies and Skills:
Communicate effectively
Ability to make sound decisions
Good problem solving skills
Team oriented
Ability to work in a busy environment
Time management skills
Interpersonal skills
Product knowledge
Being flexible to meet the Campus needs
Masters' degree required. Higher Education, Student Affairs Administration or related degree preferred.
Experience in higher education is desired.
Work Hours:
40 hours/week; 1 -2 evenings per week and occasional Saturdays

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