Provide a proactive and strategic first-year experience to at-risk freshman that guides them in clarifying personal, academic and career goals to put them on a solid path toward graduation. Provide excellent, holistic academic counseling to students by advising them about degree program requirements and planning, majors, and career choices. Direct students to additional academic and emotional support services, as needed. Provide hospitable personal assistance to help students navigate college policies and procedures, understand financial aid processes and payment options. Provide ongoing communication about ways to access additional resources, so students are progressing towards their graduation date.
As a decidedly Christian college, Tabor requires employees to articulate personal faith in Jesus Christ;
Bachelor’s Degree (master’s preferred);
Excellent interpersonal skills that demonstrate a student-first attitude and can work through challenging student dynamics;
A commitment and desire to help students from diverse backgrounds;
Proficiency with MS Office suite, (Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint) and comfortable with navigating and maneuvering other databases and software, becoming proficient with Tabor’s systems within a short period of time
Ability to juggle responsibilities in a high-volume, fast-paced work; environment with constant communication or in-person contact with students daily;
Ability to handle different avenues of communication (i.e. social media, texting platforms, email, etc.);
Agile, perceptive, and results-oriented;
Excellent planning, organizational, multi-tasking, case-management and follow-up skills;
Strong attention to detail and analytical;
Strong time management skills that ensure the ability to meet required timelines;
Excellent verbal and written communication skills;
Ability to work independently, collaboratively, and cooperatively as a team member and willing to learn and work with other departments across campus.