Academic and Student Success Advisor Position at Johns Hopkins University

As part of a broad initiative to support highly talented and motivated first-generation, limited-income (FLI) students, Johns Hopkins University has created a new Success Coaching Program within Academic Advising. Staff in the program have a hybrid role of academic advising and success coaching. As academic advisors, they assist students with course registration, academic strategies, selecting majors and minors, and developing post-graduation plans. They troubleshoot academic problems, monitor academic progress and academic standing, and advise on policies and procedures. As success coaches, they use an appreciative, strengths-based advising model in order to increase retention, completion, engagement, satisfaction, and social mobility among FLI students.

Academic Advisors/Success Coaches report to the Director of the Advising/Coaching program. The program itself is a partnership among Homewood Student Affairs and the offices of academic advising in our two undergraduate schools on the Homewood Campus. In this second phase of the program build-out, we intend to hire four advisors/coaches simultaneously. Two advisors/coaches will be embedded in the Academic Advising office in the Krieger School of Arts & Sciences; two advisors/coaches will be embedded in the Academic Advising office in the Whiting School of Engineering.

Review of applications begins February 17, 2020.

For more information visit: https://jobs.jhu.edu/job/Baltimore-Academic-and-Student-Success-Advisor-MD-21218/625210100/?from=email&refid=10396803400&utm_source=J2WEmail&source=2&eid=99600-202005271105-18705360500&locale=en_US&fbclid=IwAR3HtI1ZEAqKCrTU73XY1HjS7eruNiFr_3id_f2Ru6J0CHJC47F4M-vv8j8

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