Serve as an academic advisor for approximately 300 first-year and second-year business majors, support underrepresented students and DEI programming, serve on committees, facilitate workshops and/or course(s), represent the PCSB on campus-wide academic advising committees, and support additional DEI student-focused initiatives in support of the PC200 and PCBiz strategic plans and the DEI five-focus area framework.
Serve as an assigned academic advisor for approximately 300 first- and second-year business majors. Participate in all new student orientations (first-year and transfer), meeting with each individual student in preparation for registration, and providing holistic advising (e.g., career coaching, advising students on majors, minors, etc.) Review midterm and end-of-term grades, monitor academic progress, probation meetings, advising on campus policies, and advising for study abroad, etc.
Plan and execute the PCSB's student-focused diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives as directed by the Dean and Assistant Dean, in collaboration with the Office of Institutional Diversity, Mission & Ministry, the PCSBDEI Committee, and the PCSB Dean's Diversity Council. Manage the day-to-day execution of the Berkeley Scholars Program, including academically advising the Scholars, managing and communicating the application process, coordinating the student mentors, and supporting the Assistant Dean on the execution of the Michael J. Berkeley Business Excellence Program. Collaborate with the PCSB Dean's Office and appropriate assistant directors to lead and facilitate the PCSB first-year DEI workshops, and other DEI programming for the FLIP cultural agility requirements, and plan and execute K-12 initiatives and specific admissions events targeted at underrepresented students (e.g., bridge programs, high school programs, etc.).
Plan, facilitate/teach, and coordinate as needed with other PCSB staff on the delivery of the Introduction to Business/First-Year Advising Workshops (FYAW) curriculum (weekly content) for new advisees, including planning speakers, skills workshops, and supporting FLIP requirements, etc. Support the Assistant Dean of DEI with ensuring that this programming incorporates the DEI five-focus area framework.
Support clubs and organizations to plan and develop inclusive programming using the DEI five-focus framework. Assist in advising NABA, ALPFA, and Women in Business, and align the Berkeley Mentors with the PCSB Student Mentor Program.
Serve on PCSB committees, attend meetings, commencement, and graduation, and assist in PCSB signature events.
Perform all other duties as may be required.
Education and Experience Required:
Master's Degree from an accredited institution required. Higher education, business, or counseling preferred.
One to two years' experience within a university setting with student services experience (e.g., admission, academic advising, career counseling experience), or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Substantial working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint)
Experience using SIS, ideally Banner.
Strong interpersonal abilities and strong team orientation.
Ability to work with various constituencies, including corporate partners, vendors, prospective students, parents/guardians, current students, alumni, faculty, and staff.
Ability to think strategically in the delivery of programs and services.
Must possess strong organizational skills.
Some evenings and weekends required.
Employee Status: Full Time
Union Status: Non-Union
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Special Instructions to Applicants:
The hiring committee will begin screening applications on April 17, 2023. Expected start date is June 1, 2023.
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