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Under the supervision of the Director of First Year Experience and Student Retention, the Assistant Director will assist in directing the department with specific focus on faculty and staff training programs, data management, systems administration, management of department budgets, and supervision of the Retention Mentors.
Graduation from an accredited college or university with a bachelor’s degree in a directly related field and three years experience related to the Summary of Duties or a combination of education and/or experience totaling seven years.
Previous supervisory experience along with program creation and implementation experience.
Knowledge of current trends and best practices related to first-year programming, student success and student retention in higher-education.
Knowledge and understanding of student tracking and communication systems.
Knowledge of best-practices for presenting and creating buy-in among high-ed faculty and staff.
Knowledge of a variety of computer applications including Microsoft Office, Excel and Power Point.
Skill in organizational, verbal, and written communication.
Skill in program development and implementation. Skill in event planning, interpersonal, problem-solving, decision-making, and public relations skills.
Skill in bookkeeping and budget management skills.
Ability to supervise and train employees.
Ability to focus attention on detail.
Ability to operate with maturity, professional demeanor, tact and diplomacy.
Ability to prioritize and to change priorities as needs arise.
Ability to work in an office environment with minimum supervision.
Ability to collaborate with and relate to a diverse group of students, faculty, and staff.
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