Admin – Academic Advising
Position Title: Special Services: Program Assistant/Academic Advisor
Carmouche Robert L
Description: The Program Assistant/Academic Advisor position consists of
the administration of Student Support Services Disability Program, a federally funded Trio initiative by the U.S. Department of Education.
This position includes the responsibility of the general operation of the office and academic advising of a caseload of project
- Assess and collect data for LIVE Text assessment report
that is utilized for SACS purposes.
- Facilitate and re-design of necessary tutoring sessions.
- Assist with the tutor match
and recommend specific tutors based on participant needs in program.
- Assist and co-develop the Individual Education Agreement Plan
(IEAP) in liaison with the Project Director.
- Analyze and review program applications.
- Assess the cognitive and
non-cognitive skills of SSS-D participants based on self-reported assessment to determine source needs.
- Recommend referrals in the
community for SSS-D participants.
- Participate and attend professional training and conferences for enhancement of project
operations and services.
- Supervise the staff of tutors and student aides.
- Analyze, monitor, maintain, and reconcile
- Understand procedural processes as it relates to compliance in the arenas of student payroll.
the proper documentation of student records based on federal policies and procedures in the program.
- Verification and
analysis of paperwork necessary for financial eligibility.
- Analyze and compile all necessary data for yearly federal reports.
- Recommend participants who are eligible for prospective grant aid based on federal guidelines.
- Maintain participants’ folders
to ensure that all documents required by the grant are in students’ folders and that they are completed and in the proper order.
- Coordinate, develop, and present workshops for program participants.
- Directly work with students to meet project objectives in
retention, good standing, and graduation rates which requires a postsecondary education.
- To perform any other responsibilities
deemed appropriate by Project Director to comply with the goals and objectives of the grant.
Requirements include: a minimum Bachelor’s
Degree preferred in Communication, Social Work,
Education, or related field.
Two years of experience in working with low-income/ first-generation/ disabled
Skills a must. Preference will be given to candidates who are
from low-income, first generation, and/ or disabled
Job Ad# (req1326)
University of Louisiana at Lafayette
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