Colorado State University, Department of Animal Sciences seeks an Academic Support Coordinator (ASC). This full-time Administrative Professional position will: facilitate successful transition to the university environment by students in their initial semesters; promote appropriate choice of majors and coursework: and encourage timely graduation. The ASC will work directly with students with programs of study administered by the dept. which currently include majors in Animal Science and Equine Science to foster student academic success by developing, implementing and monitoring an action plan for graduation. The ASC will work closely with the faculty coordinators for undergraduate programs and other dept. advising staff. Min. qualifications include: BS in agricultural science, equine science, animal science, agricultural education, education, student affairs, counseling, or related field; proven experience of working with students; demonstrated knowledge of MS Office Suite. Strong preference given to candidates with a masterís degree or professional experience working with students in a higher education setting to provide academic advising or conducting student development activities such as orientation, student affairs, residence life, and career services.
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