The United States Sports Academy is seeking a Retention Coordinator. This position will be responsible for the coordination of all retention efforts for the Academy’s online programs, including faculty and student services efforts. Manages the student-orientation course and coordinates all retention reports. Evaluates student progress in courses and academic programs. Works as an advisor, mentor, and coach to a large caseload of advisees and instills a sense of excitement and success regarding graduation.
Bachelor’s degree required; master’s preferred. Must have one to three years’ experience of successful advising or in a related student success capacity. Knowledge of enrollment processes including Title IV funds requirement and ability to apply for federal financial aid required. Must be familiar with social and professional media and utilizing such to create and strengthen relationships. Knowledge of MS Office and student information systems technology required. Skills in effective communication and public presentations required. Familiarity with distance learning platforms required.
Applicants should send a cover letter, detailed resume, and three (3) references to: United States Sports Academy, Attn: Human Resources, One Academy Drive, Daphne, AL. 36526-7055 or FAX (251) 621-2527 or email email@example.com.
About United States Sports Academy
We are the largest sports university in the world, and our outstanding faculty present relevant curricula in sports management, sports medicine, and coaching. Because they have academic backgrounds and professional experience in sports, they connect with what you want to achieve.The United States Sports Academy awards the bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degree. Especially in the master’s programs, learning in the field complements study in courses. Internships (in your local area, unless you choose otherwise) help build the professional networks that lead to satisfying employment. Alumni of the United States Sports Academy make up another network, one of sports’ most extensive. Many reports indicate, the number of graduates who get to work in the career studied is approximately 20%. But more than 75% of Academy graduates work in sports.