This position will provide counseling and advising to multiple sports, to include but not limited to football and Olympic sports to student-athletes on major and career planning, and to maintain accurate and timely information on academic progress. To assist in coordinating student-athlete orientation and to perform eligibility evaluations. To serve on campus committees and complete projects as assigned. To prepare various reports including graduation plans, weekly academic progress reports, end of semester grade reports and certification reports. To establish and maintain relationships with all student-athletes, coaches and faculty.
1. Provides counseling and advising to student-athletes on major and career planning, and maintains accurate and timely information on academic progress.
2. Assists in overseeing the day-to-day operations of the Student-Athlete Academic Support Services Center.
3. Assists in coordinating student-athlete orientation and performs eligibility evaluations.
4. Prepares various reports including graduation plans, weekly academic progress reports, end of semester grade reports and certification reports.
5. Works with faculty and staff to proctor exams for student-athletes at non-standard times or while traveling for athletic competitions.
6. Adheres to all institution, conference and NCAA rules and regulations and reports all known NCAA violations in accordance with institutional, conference and NCAA policies and guidelines. Adheres to the Family Educational Rights to Privacy Act (FERPA).
7. Performs other duties as assigned.
Master's degree in Counseling, Education or a related field and one (1) year of related experience required. Work experience may NOT substitute for education requirement.
The ideal candidate should possess 1-3 years of experience in Counseling, Education or a related field.
Internal Number: T62130
A world-renowned research university and medical center — a first choice for education and healthcare. Bold. Ambitious. A bit audacious. This is how such a vision might have seemed in UAB’s formative years, when a fledgling university and medical center in Birmingham set its sights on international prominence… In 1936, when the University of Alabama established a modest extension center in a two-story clapboard house, with an enrollment of 116 students... In 1945, when The Medical College of Alabama was established in Birmingham, and sought to recruit some of the brightest scientific and medical minds from around the globe... Or in 1969, when these and other programs merged into the autonomous campus of the University of Alabama at Birmingham, whose first president laid out a vision so lofty that it struck some of his own faculty as “crazy”... In the four decades since, this young, dynamic university has thrived on that same boldness and innovation to continue pushing the frontiers in science, medicine, business, education, the arts and the humanities – and has garnered national and international respect.
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