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Job ID 708
Two positions available. Primary responsibilities in advising and new student recruitment.
Provides individual academic advising and assists in academic planning and decision making; makes referrals to appropriate resources and offices; initiates outreach programs for “at-risk” students; explores new advising and communication initiatives; represents school and university to prospective students and families; assists with open houses and other recruitment initiatives; supports students seeking admission to business program and orientation programs for first year, transfer, and international students; teaches First Year Experience (FYE) course. Other duties as assigned by the Assistant Dean and Director of Divisional Advising.
Required: Master’s degree in related field; advising/counseling experience in a university or college setting which may include experience during an educational program; excellent written and oral communication (including public speaking), organizational, technological, and collaborative skills.
Desired: Master’s degree preferably in counseling or Student Affairs and Higher Education; experience working with diverse student populations and international students.
Miami University, an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer with smoke- and tobacco-free campuses, is committed to a multicultural environment and strongly encourages applications from minorities, females, veterans and individuals with disabilities.
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