Assistant Director (Writing), Academic Success Center
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|Functional Title||Assistant Director (Writing), Academic Success Center|
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|Job Description Summary||
The Assistant Director supports undergraduate and graduate writing at the Academic Success Center, including managing the day to day operations, responding to student needs, training and scheduling tutors and cohort coordinators, offering writing consultations when needed, maintaining records, and providing various types of assistance to the Associate Dean.
1. Assist in the management of the day-to-day operations and activities of the ASC, including recruiting, training, observing, and supervising graduate and undergraduate writing tutors and cohort tutor leads, 20 employees; 2. Develop and deliver academic-skills workshops for graduate and undergraduate students; 3. Communicate with undergraduate, graduate, and non-traditional students and departments regarding services offered by the ASC; 4. Review institutional data and consult with faculty on the ASC writing needs: writing across the curriculum, first-year writing, and dissertation support; 5. Develop and teach a writing seminar; 6. Assist in the coordination of independent or collaborative events programs, or initiatives designed to promote the ASC, its services, and student success (e.g. SOAR, Orientation, etc); 7. Track student satificaton of the ASC and help implement new ways to improve; 8. Represent the ASC in University committees and programs as needed; 9. Supervise tutors in research within the ASC; and 10. Other duties as assigned
Degree: Master’s degree in Composition, English, Writing Studies, or related field.
Excellent oral speaking skills and correspondence and writing skills, good initiative-taking and independent working skills, self-starter with the ability to work with minimal supervision, and experience working with multi-lingual writers
The hiring range for this position is dependent upon qualifications and departmental equity. Benefits of employment include a comprehensive health and welfare plan, tuition remission program for employee, spouse and dependent children and a generous 10% contribution to the University’s 403B retirement plan.
|Location||La Verne Central Campus|
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|Open Until Filled||Yes|
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