The Managing Director of Engineering and College of Science Student Success Centers is responsible for implementing initiatives organized by the Associate Vice Provost (AVP), Undergraduate Advising and Success, in conjunction with College Leadership as needed. The managing director is responsible for managing and directing the operations of center staff, including assigning duties to advisors and managing challenging or complex student issues. The managing director works with the AVP to develop and implement programs that support high priority populations including historically excluded students, and students who are in academic jeopardy. The managing director is the link between the Centers and other campus resources and maintains strong working relationships with a wide range of stakeholders including students, staff, faculty, and community partners.
- Identify, develop and implement Student Success programs to provide an equitable, holistic experience for students as they enter the University through to graduation
- Prepare reports and other materials for AVP related to respective Center performance and staff performance
- Advance key initiatives related to advising, retention, and student success to ameliorate equity gaps
- Manage and develop a team of advisors and administrative staff
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
- Strong oral and written communication skills
- Ability to inspire, motivate and lead a highly professional team of advisors to achieve high level of performance on student success metrics
- Strong analytical skills including desire to make continuous improvement to processes, and ability to learn, evaluate and adopt new technologies quickly
- Knowledge of assessing student needs and referring to appropriate resources
- Knowledge of methods for academic advising assessment and evaluation
- Master’s degree
- Five years progressively responsible experience
- Experience in hiring and supervision
- Experience developing student programs
- Experience delivering training or professional development programs
- Demonstrated experience working with a diverse populations of students
- Doctorate in social sciences, counseling, education, or STEM field
- Experience in STEM or supporting STEM focused programs
- Experience managing a professional staff that is unionized
- Experience managing diverse teams and stakeholders
- Experience managing a budget
- Experience or knowledge of regional, public broad access institutions
- Experience using PeopleSoft, EAB, or demonstrated ability to learn educational software
Classification: Administrator II
Anticipated Hiring Range: $8,335/month - $11,500/month
CSU Salary Range: $4,583/month - $14,713/month
The final hiring salary will be commensurate with experience.
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All applicants must apply within the specified application period: March 20, 2023 through April 4, 2023. This position is open until filled; however, applications received after screening has begun will be considered at the discretion of the university.
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