Director – Center for Academic Success

Institution & Website Berkeley College
Job Title: Director – Center for Academic Success
Duties & Responsibilities: The Center for Academic Success at Berkeley College’s Paramus Campus seeks a Director. Under the direction of the Associate Dean of the CAS, the Director will help ensure that students are successful in their coursework and are able to be retained and graduate from Berkeley College. Responsibilities include: • Communicate with students, staff, and faculty to determine students’ academic needs and connect them to CAS resources. • Develop, promote, and execute learning strategies programming and resources for students. • Collaborate with faculty to create and provide learning support for students in their courses. • Collaborate with other student support departments to develop academic resources and programs for the Paramus students. • Ensure robust tutoring program at the Paramus CAS in course content, writing computer skills, public speaking skills, and learning strategies. • Tutor students individually and in small groups in an appropriate discipline. • Recruit, hire and supervise peer and professional tutors. • Coordinate testing program. • Maintain a welcoming academic atmosphere in the CAS. Requirements: • Master’s degree in Educational Psychology, Higher Education Administration or a related field. • At least four years working in a learning resource center tutoring in study skills, writing and/or quantitative skills. • At least three years’ experience in higher education academic or learning support services. • Current knowledge of learning center pedagogy, academic skills and learning strategies at the college level. • Strong technology skills. • Demonstrated excellent oral and written communication skills. • Demonstrated ability to work with a wide variety of diverse populations and backgrounds.
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Director – Center for Academic Success

Institution & Website Berkeley College – Newark Campus
Job Title Director – Center for Academic Success
Duties & Responsibilities Berkeley College seeks a Director for the Center for Academic Success on our Newark Campus. The director is responsible for promoting the learning strategies of all Newark students through programs, initiatives, and tutoring. Full job description and requirements can be found at*5E1F2AE9B17D06BC
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Learning Coordinator – Center for Academic Success

Institution & Website Berkeley College
Job Title Learning Coordinator – Center for Academic Success
Salary  Commensurate with experience
Duties & Responsibilities The Berkeley College Center for Academic Success is seeking a Learning Coordinator for the Woodbridge, NJ campus. Under the direction of the CAS Director, the Learning Coordinator will create and execute initiatives that promote students’ learning strategies. These initiatives may include outreach to students or faculty, one on one or small group assistance, in-class or public workshops or programs, or resource development. A full job description and requirements is available at
Requirements Master’s Degree in Education, Educational Psychology, Developmental Education, Human Development, or related field; experience developing learning support services; current knowledge of college level learning strategies
Starting Date & Posting Dates  Review of resumes will begin immediately.
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Assistant Director, EOF (EOF Manager)

Institution & Website Rutgers University-Camden
Job Title Assistant Director, EOF (EOF Manager)
Salary Competitive
Duties & Responsibilities The Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF) Program is a state-supported student success program that provides New Jersey residents holistic support services including comprehensive academic, personal, and financial advising as well as financial assistance in the form of grants. Under the supervision of the EOF Director, the Assistant Director is responsible for administrative and programmatic support to the Educational Opportunity Fund Program on the Rutgers University– Camden campus. The EOF Assistant Director develops and implements student academic success and retention initiatives; initiates collaborations with high schools and community agencies; develops leadership programming activities to promote student achievement; serves on University committees; and coordinates the EOF recruitment plan delivered in conjunction with the Offices of Admissions, Financial Aid, and Civic Engagement. This individual coordinates and monitors the EOF grant award and compliance processes. Further, the Assistant Director takes a lead role in managing the annual EOF Summer Institute program for new first-year students. A strong candidate for the EOF Assistant Director position will be a proven leader with significant experience serving underrepresented populations, developing and implementing student success initiatives, and possessing a deep knowledge of student development theory and best practices in academic advising/coaching. This individual will have demonstrated experience in program planning, cross-campus collaboration, recruitment initiatives, student advising/counseling, and assessment. In order to succeed in the Assistant Director role, this individual must be highly detail-oriented, creative, and demonstrate a commitment to lifelong learning and student success that supports EOF students, the EOF office, and the Rutgers University–Campus as a whole. All applicants must answer the following question and submit with your application: “The Rutgers University–Camden Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF) Program serves first-generation, low-income students from often academically disadvantaged backgrounds in New Jersey. As Assistant Director, you will be expected not only to provide holistic student support, but also you will be responsible for helping to recruit and enroll new students each year. In 500-1000 words, please describe the potential challenges and opportunities you expect to face in recruiting and enrolling new EOF students, and provide examples of at least three recruitment strategies you would plan to employ in this role.” Special Note: There is a NJ residency requirement for this position. Please see website for further details.
Requirements Master’s degree (higher education, college student personnel, counseling, psychology, social work or related area strongly preferred) required. The EOF Assistant Director should have significant (3-5 years) experience in advising, counseling, program evaluation, or otherwise providing holistic student development support in a collegiate environment. Excellent written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills required. The Assistant Director must be highly detail-oriented, a creative problem solver, and an excellent collaborator. Strong skills in Microsoft Office Suite programs (especially Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint) required.
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