Under the supervision of both the Department Chair of Mathematical Sciences and the Department Chair of Physics, and/or designated associate department chairs (with a dotted line to the Director of Core Education), the Academic Advisor position will provide academic advising for undergraduate and graduate students majoring in mathematical science programs and physics programs and assist with related academic administrative matters.
Essential Duties include, but are not limited to:
- Advise prospective and current undergraduate and graduate students in the Departments of Mathematical Sciences and Physics about academic program requirements and provide guidance on choosing and completing a program or concentration. Participate in and lead recruitment events, information sessions, and orientations for prospective and new students.
- Enter, evaluate, and audit student data in Workday Student to ensure students are progressing through their academic programs in a timely manner and to certify completion of course and non-course requirements for graduation.
- Serve as primary point of contact to the department chair, associate department chairs, faculty advisors, department staff and current students in the Departments of Mathematical Sciences and Physics regarding school policies and procedures from admission to graduation.
- Coordinate communications to students regarding departmental and college regulations as it relates to program requirements and the graduation process and coordinate mandatory advisement sessions.
- Advise current students on on-campus course, web, international and non-course opportunities to enhance professional skills, competencies and career readiness.
Required Education: Bachelor’s degree
Preferred Education: Bachelor’s degree in math or physics; Master’s degree
Required Experience: Minimum of two (2) years of experience in academic advising
Preferred Experience: Familiarity with Stevens academic programs
Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Effective communication and interpersonal skills with ability to develop rapport with and positively influence a diverse audience. Ability to partner with leadership to develop strategies to achieve organizational goals. Strong project and time management skills: Ability to produce high-quality work on deadline while managing multiple projects, priorities and deadlines.
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