Please note that this is a 75% limited position with the possibility of extension/career conversion.
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As the Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) of UCSD, the Office of Academic Support and Instructional Services (OASIS) facilitates the intellectual and personal development of UC San Diego students, with a particular focus on students who are first-generation, high financial need, and/or underrepresented. Through a challenging and supportive environment that emphasizes collaboration, validation, equity, and social justice, OASIS contributes positively to students' learning, persistence, achievement, and empowerment.
OASIS is comprised of four cohort-based communities that collectively serve ~1,000 unique students: 1) Summer Bridge (est. 1978); 2) TRIO SSSP (est. 1993); 3) 2Excel (est. 2015); 4) Hope Scholars (est. 2017). In addition, OASIS offers academic support through our Math and Science and Language Arts Tutorial Programs that serve an additional ~1,000 unique students. As one of the largest student employers at UCSD, OASIS hires 250+ undergraduate student interns, clerks, mentors, and tutors annually.
Under the supervision of the Assistant Director, OASIS, provide programmatic support to the Math and Science Tutorial Program (MSTP). MSTP provides academic support to undergraduate students in lower division math and sciences courses. The Subject Coordinator assists with the design and delivery of MSTP programming to includes workshops, seminars, and tutoring. Develops and presents math and science workshops; assists workshop facilitators by creating professional development activities/opportunities for them to become better; assists in the scheduling of programs and classrooms; outreach to students; develop instructional materials, resources and documents as needed. Provides tutorial assistance to a caseload of MSTP students.
Graduation from college with major work in counseling or related field and two (2) years of related experience in a college-level student support service, preferably in a learning skills service; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Must possess the knowledge and abilities essential to the successful performance of the duties assigned to the position.
Skill and experience in the development, implementation and evaluation of educational, cultural, and social programs in a higher education environment that reflect the needs of a diverse student population.
Knowledge of the methodologies used to enhance student achievement. Knowledge of theories and principles of higher education and student development with ability to interpret and implement policies and procedures.
Demonstrated ability to work compile and analyze data, and prepare summary and or statistical reports and instructional materials with attention to detail and accuracy.
Demonstrated presentation skills and experience conducting courses, workshops and seminars to various audiences.
Excellent oral and written communication skills including tact, diplomacy, and confidentiality, with ability to maintain a calm and professional demeanor while interacting with a variety of individuals and groups at all levels of the university community from diverse socioeconomic to cultural/ethnic backgrounds.
Proven knowledge of trends and issues facing low-income and first-generation college, underrepresented, disadvantaged, physically challenged, and under prepared students in higher education.
Proven skill using effective pedagogical strategies for designing, planning, and implementing academic support programs for underrepresented, multicultural and other non-traditional college students.
Knowledge of University, college, and major requirements, policies and procedures, including policies on handling student records and confidential documents. Aptitude to keep accurate records and analyze compiled data for program effectiveness assessment and make required changes
Knowledge of personal growth and development areas, including critical thinking, effective communication, self-appraisal, self-esteem, clarificati
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