Wiley College is currently seeking an Academic Success Coach/Tutorial Coordinator. The Academic Success Coach/Tutorial Coordinator will coordinate all facets of the peer-tutoring component for participants including the scheduling of evening and weekend computer-lab tutorials. Additional duties include, but are not limited to:
- Coordinates peer-tutorial component, including the recruitment, selection, and training, and evaluation of peer academic coaches.
- Collaborating with all members of the Division of Academic Affairs regarding tutoring needs and tutoring schedules.
- Maintains master schedule of peer academic coaches availability, participants tutoring needs and arranges for use of appropriate space for tutorials.
- Maintains documentation on tutorial services utilized by participants and monitors peer-academic coaches contact or service comments on logs.
- Meets bi-monthly with all peer academic coaches to assess need to select or prepare additional tutoring resources (to update software) and to monitor participants overall progress.
- Serves as academic coach to an assigned SSS cohort.
- Input tutorial and participant contacts into the Blumen Data Base System daily.
- Assess individual needs, development of individual academic success plans, track academic progress of
- students, development of individual academic success plans and make appropriate referrals and interventions.
- Assists with conducting study skills workshops, planning and supervision of cultural activities.
The successful candidate will possess a master’s degree in Higher Education, Social Work, Counseling, or other related degree and two years of direct student service. Bachelor’s degree in similar field with five or more years of TRIO or higher education experience would be an acceptable equivalency. Preference will be given to candidates with backgrounds similar to low-income and first-generation college students and who have previous experience with TRIO Programs in providing academic advising instruction to disadvantaged background and students with a disability.