The Learning Services Coordinator, within Student-Athlete Support Services (SASS), is responsible for successful coordination of student-athlete learning services. The Learning Services Coordinator provides intensive academic support to an assigned group of identified student-athletes from various sports. Duties include: oversite of the Guided Study and tutorial programs, academic coaching of at-risk student-athletes, supervising tutors, supervising a graduate student, assessing student-athlete academic needs, academic advising, monitoring academic progress, orientation programing for new student-athletes, teaching life skills course, meeting with prospective student-athletes. The incumbent works collaboratively with University of Idaho athletic administrators, coaching staffs, faculty, and campus academic support areas and serves as a member of the administrative staff. The position reports to the Director of SASS.
Master’s degree in education, psychology, counseling, or related field. Minimum of two years experience working with university support programs for student-athletes. Demonstrated ability to work effectively with individuals from diverse educational, cultural, and economic backgrounds. Experience teaching learning strategies and developing academic intervention strategies at a university level to enhance learning for academically under-prepared students and students with education-impacting disabilities. Experience in counseling and/or advising. Demonstrated ability to help students with motivation and engagement around academics. Strong commitment to academic and personal integrity. Demonstrated excellent written and oral communication.
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