|45% MANAGEMENT OF EECS UNDERGRADUATE MATTERS and EECS EQUITY AND INCLUSION PROGRAMS: |
*With high degree of autonomy this position coordinates policy and program planning for the EECS major and EECS Graduate and Undergraduate Diversity efforts as outlined below. Apply advanced Student Services concepts, provides the most complex student services to the organization's management, faculty and students.
Policy Analysis and Oversight:
*Analyze the consequences of organization's undergraduate academic policies and recommends new or changed policies; recommends solutions to organization's problems without precedent. *Advise Vice Chair/Executive Director on the formulation of department/college/campus undergraduate policy by appraising them on areas needing clarification and identifying solutions. *In collaboration with GSI Coordinators, oversee GSI assignment process,UGSI policy, and serve as a liaison between faculty and GSI Coordinators.
Undergraduate Program Planning and Administration:
*Apply advanced Student Services concepts to provide the most complex student services to the organization's management, faculty and students. *Provide Vice-Chair and Executive Director with administrative and analytical assistance in all undergraduate matters. *Help plan the undergraduate curriculum in collaboration with the Vice-Chair of Undergraduate Study, the Undergraduate Study Committee, and the Executive Director of Student Affairs. *Lead EECS Student Affairs team in day-to-day activities including advising, responding to inquiries, liaising with student groups and coordinating complex, high-visibility student events (such as Cal Day, Undergraduate Orientation, Undergraduate Social Hours, CS Ed Day, Commencement and student workshops). *Serve as the backup Course Scheduler and aid with scheduling of courses and faculty advising.
Direct Diversity & Inclusion Programs:
*Manage the budgets for EECS Diversity programs; work closely with EECS and ERSO financial officers for reporting on external funds. *Direct and coordinate day-to day functions of pipeline development projects, such as the nine-week NSF Summer Undergraduate Program in Engineering. Research at Berkeley (SUPERB-ITS) program in EECS. Respond to inquiries for applicants; read applications; oversee rankings of candidates; facilitate faculty mentor matches. Coordinate payments with ERSO for housing, graduate stipends, field trips, GRE class and travel. Coordinate weekly talks, poster session; activities, meetings and social events. Consult with graduate mentors; write annual and final report to NSF for PI. *Collaborate with CS Scholars leadership to support diverse students in this departmental retention program. *Oversee student professional development, including student participation in professional conferences such as Richard Tapia, Grace Hopper and CRA-W conferences. Coordinate with COE and EECS Accounting team as applicable. *Establish outcome metrics and coordinate data collection for applicable programs. *For assigned group and programs, conduct comprehensive analysis and data collection regarding the needs of students from historically underrepresented groups and the college climate. Research innovative programs, state and national trends and makes recommendations to the Department regarding creation of new programs and services, and the expansion of existing programs. *Respond to various diversity initiatives and collaborate with COE and other campus units and programs. *Coordinate with departmental Equity Advisers and student groups, including AWE, WICSE and QICSE.
35% OUTREACH, RECRUITMENT, ADMISSIONS AND FINANCIAL AID:
*Lead EECS Student Services team in overall recruitment activities including: communicating with and advising prospective students; coordinating with department and College leadership on undergraduate student recruitment and yield events; and nominating undergraduate students for scholarships and awards.
Graduate: *Serve on EECS Graduate Admissions Committee in an ex officio capacity to review files. Communicate with faculty and URM and female applicants as needed. *Work closely with EECS Graduate Admissions Chairs, Equity Advisers, Executive Director and Graduate Admissions team to identify strong candidates for admission and to prepare ChancellorÃs fellowship nominations. *Initiate and participate in recruitment efforts for targeted new admits. *Coordinate or participate in departmental recruitment programs such as Summer Fellows Program, Berkeley Edge, and COE Preview Day. *Represent the EECS Department on campus-level committees related to student diversity such as Graduate Affirmative Action Committee; and build partnerships with relevant units and individuals on campus to promote the success of women and underrepresented students. *Works closely with EECS Graduate Admissions Chairs, Equity Advisers, Executive Director and Graduate Admissions team to identify ChancellorÃs nominees and prepare nominations.
*Supervise 2.5 professional Student Services Advisers in the EECS Center for Student Affairs. *Provide guidance and direction on the most complex and sensitive issues. *Organize the overall workload; identify and evaluate priorities; delegate/reallocate general responsibilities and specific tasks; establish and revise operating procedures. *Provide clarification and direction to advisers in areas requiring advanced knowledge of advising and counseling techniques. *Provide direction and assistance. Coach, counsel, train, motivate and evaluate employee performance.*Personnel and program management experience. *Advanced knowledge of advising and counseling techniques, and philosophies such as student development theory. *Experience with conflict management and intervention strategies. *Interpersonal skills. Multicultural competencies; ability to work with diverse populations. *Monitoring/assessing people, processes or services, to make improvements. *Project management, social perceptiveness to be aware of others' reactions and understanding why they react as they do. *Problem identification, reasoning, ability to develop original ideas to solve problems, persuasion, leadership. *Experience working with historically underrepresented ethnic minority communities and first generation college students. *Methodologies used to enhance students achievement such as strategies for effective counseling and peer mentoring, small group facilitation and training, coaching mentoring and advocacy. *Extensive experience with multicultural competencies, and personal and academic crises intervention; working with students to assist in clarification of ethics and values. *Ability to concentrate in an open work area in a busy office environment as well as skill to pay close attention to detail and prioritize work load with frequent interruptions. *Excellent verbal and written communication skills. *Post-degree employment opportunities and practices.