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Candidates will need to possess the following skills:
People and customer service-oriented; ability to work with a diverse population and environment
Excellent verbal and written communication skills; ability to effectively interact with adult learners
Strong organizational and analytical skills; attention to quality, detail and accuracy
Goal oriented, self-starter, flexible, and able to handle highly confidential matters
Ability to work and thrive in a team environment to meet common goals
Possess high learning agility with an open and receptive mindset
Ability to work independently, exercise judgement and demonstrate critical thinking/problem solving
Ability to effectively multi-task in a fast paced environment and prioritize projects/tasks with minimal or no supervision
Demonstrated abilities in data collection, process and operations coordination
Candidates will be responsible for the following tasks:
Serve as a liaison and advocate for non-traditional learners in gaining needed academic, technology, financial and guidance services; regularly connect to build/strengthen working relationships and provide support during life transitions.
Respond to student questions and concerns; work with students to resolve all issues to ensure ongoing satisfaction with program and successful progress to completion
Actively participate in business unit, departmental, and team
Learn new technologies and systems, when
Oversee student workers, where applicable
Maintain student records in keeping with federal and institutional guidelines
Gain a working knowledge of the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), as they relate to student records, sharing of information and
Represent the Adult Education Business Unit in a positive manner at college events and in the community at
New student on-boarding:
Team with recruiters and relevant personnel to ensure that new students have a positive onboarding experience, setting the foundation for student success. This includes, but is not limited to the following:
Assisting with orientation, in conjunction with others and/or as called upon to do so
Work with students on understanding, clarifying and finalizing their degree plan
Create customized schedules according to student’s needs and preferences
Assess student readiness; identify hurdles and possible solutions
Help connect students with other departments (i.e., Financial Aid, Solution Center, Help Desk, )
Academic Advising and Retention:
Track curriculum or course rotation changes that may impact student degree plans and schedules. Communicate changes to students when
Proactively contact students not participating in class and/or who may potentially fail; refer them to student support services (e.g., the Ally Center)
Counsel students withdrawing from courses, providing varying options to weigh; update their degree plans/schedules, collaborate with professors and the financial aid office, where appropriate.
Closely monitor academically at-risk students, assessing their progress, attendance and needs; develop an agreed-upon Student Success Plan, when
Collaborate with professors regarding struggling students, attend professor/student conferences as requested, assist in addressing issues with students regarding deficits and plagiarism, guiding students to the proper resources for their situation. Work with the Manager of Advising and Retention and the Dean as
Assist in strategizing and implementing team retention efforts/goals.
Assist Solutions Center, Business Office, Registrar’s Office, Student Affairs Office, and Financial Aid office in providing students with necessary information for their success.
Registration and Graduation:
Collaborate and assist the Registrar’s Office in compiling the potential graduates list; confer on student degree audits to ensure readiness for graduation; communicate the graduation process, updates and
Communicate graduation requirements and work closely with potential graduates to ensure all requirements and deadlines are
Work with the Dean to identify students for special recognition and graduation-related
Assist in planning graduation-related events for the Adult Education
Assist in other duties whenever called upon as needed for the good and welfare of the total College ministry.
To apply send cover letter, resume and 1-2 page spiritual testimony to email@example.com. Please put position you are applying for in the subject line of the email.
A bachelor’s degree desired; minimum 2 years of college or related experience a must.
Demonstrated experience in a professional, dynamic environment preferably in education or a related field.
Lancaster Bible College/Capital Seminary and Graduate School is a regionally accredited interdenominational school of higher education of over 2000 degree students. Its mission is to educate Christian students to think and live a biblical worldview and to proclaim Christ by serving Him in the Church and society.
Lancaster Bible College/Capital Seminary and Graduate School is committed to treating others equally without regard to race, color, national origin, gender (except where gender is a bona fide occupational qualification), age, disability, or veteran status.