1.Provide administrative support for the Center for Student Success, such as record keeping, preparing correspondence to faculty/students/parents, developing promotional materials, business office requests, and workshop materials; maintaining office appointment calendar; monitoring office equipment; maintaining office supply inventory; copying and filing. 2.Assist with coordination of the Center for Student Success programs in collaboration with College offices/departments, including coordinating logistics and hospitality for programming, communicating with vendors (catering, etc.), reserving locations, tracking attendance and oversee event setup. 3.Attend program meetings, assist where necessary, and compile program reports. Report program activities, challenges, and needs to the Associate Dean. 4.Assist with orientation and visit days. 5.In cooperation with the Director of Student Academic Success Programs, hire, train, supervise and schedule student workers and help coordinate student worker services. This will also include timecard management. 6.In cooperation with the Director of Student Disability Services, help coordinate testing and other accommodation processes. This includes scheduling and administering these various services. 7.In cooperation with the advising team, help coordinate orientation activities. This includes monitoring math placement exams. 8.Assist with attainment and/or development of assistive technology and accessible course materials. 9.Maintain and update web pages for the Center for Student Success. 10.Serve as the first contact for visitors of the Center for Student Success. Provide assistance and information for students and visitors and refer to other College offices as needed. 11.Obtain and compile data and produce a variety of reports used to support current activities and assess the need for additional activities. With reference to data and other assessment tools, assist in the development of new initiatives to better support students. 12.Perform job-related duties and tasks in support of the Center for Student Success, as well as other assigned duties.
An associate's degree or equivalent work experience is required. Bachelor's degree preferred.
A minimum of two (2) years in an administrative support role required. Experience within an institution of higher education preferred. Student supervisory experience and experience in a disability services, academic support, or advising office preferred.
Provide highly responsible administrative and program support to the Associate Dean for Student Success and the Center for Student Success. Ensure completion of day-to-day operations, while enhancing the overall efficiency and effectiveness of the center. Under the supervision of the Associate Dean, plan, organize and coordinate events and programs within the department. Assist with programmatic partnerships across campus.
North Central College, founded in 1861, is a selective, comprehensive liberal arts institution of 3000 students located 28 miles west of Chicago in Naperville, within walking distance of the Naperville Metra station. For information about the College, please visit the website at https://www.northcentralcollege.edu.