The Scholastic Supervisor (Academic Counselor) is responsible for providing assistance to the Associate and Assistant Athletic Directors for Academic Support Services in implementing the academic assistance program for student-athletes. This position will serve as the scholastic supervisor (academic counselor) for Men's Basketball and other assigned sports.
The individual will assist in: supervising the tutorial and learning center programs as needed for assigned student-athletes; evaluate student-athletes abilities and recommend participation in learning center; monitor student-athlete progress towards degree continuously; assist in determining eligibility status of student-athletes and maintain records in compliance with conference and NCAA standards; communicate effectively with assigned student-athletes, coaches, and staff on student-athletes' academic progress and attendance; counsel student-athletes selecting a major and career pursuits after college; evaluate prospective student-athletes academic achievement and provide recruiting recommendations to coaches; and meet with prospective student-athletes and provide information about campus and educational interests.
Scholastic Supervisor (Academic Counselor)
- Bachelor's Degree; 2 Years experience in athletic academic advising at collegiate, high school, or junior college level OR athletic administration experience working with student-athletes at those same levels. OR - Master's degree and some experience in athletic academic advising at collegiate, high school, or junior college level or athletic administration experience working with student-athletes at those same levels.
- Master's Degree in Higher Education, Education, Educational Psychology, Counseling, or Sport Management.
- Experience working in Athletic Academic Advising with football or men's basketball student-athletes.
Additional Salary Information: Commensurate based on experience.
Located in College Station, Texas, (about 90 miles northwest of Houston and within a two- to three-hour drive from Austin and Dallas), Texas A&M's main campus is home to over 59,000 students, with more than 436,000 former students worldwide.