Serves as academic advisor to current undergraduate students in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (MAE) and provides administrative support to the Undergraduate Academic Coordinator; for the MAE UG student body, provides academic advice as well as referrals to the College of Engineering and other university offices; reviews end of semester grades and generates Special Action Probation (SAP) reports for the department and College of Engineering; reviews transfer credit requests prior to their submission to the UGSC chair; prepares and submits curricular and enrollment related petitions to the College of Engineering; conducts graduation check-out for UG Mechanical Engineering students and serves as back-up, when needed, for graduation check-out for UG Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering students; assists with the gathering and formatting of data collected from the on-line Senior Exit Survey for the MAE department; assists with the distribution, collection and processing of data from department course evaluations; responsible for updates to the MAE UG Handbook; co-teaches ENGR 1100.01; represents MAE department at the COE Academic Advisor Meeting as well as the College ASAP Committees; coordinates annual departmental event; participates in College of Engineering recruitment activities; meets with prospective students and parents; assists with program development.
Master’s degree; or an equivalent combination of education and experience, preferably in educational administration, aerospace engineering or mechanical engineering.
Experience in academic counseling, student services, or related experience in the field of engineering; experience advising students from underrepresented groups; working knowledge of, and experience with, diversity and inclusion ‘Best Practices’ for higher education; knowledge of university procedures, resources, curriculum, and student information system.
Target Salary: $48,000.00 - $51,000.00 Annually
Job Category: Administrative and Professional
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