College Access Advisor (997567) Kansas Kids @GEAR UP

Job Order # Company Job Type Salary Location Application Deadline
10518694 Wichita State University Full-Time 31,930 Lawrence, KS 11/27/2017
This position is located in Lawrence, KS. The College Access Advisor is responsible for the enrollment of eligible participants in each region. They establish and maintain a positive and professional relationship with all referral agencies. The College Access Advisor plans life skill and cultural activities, completes the College Access Plan(CAP)on each student in the region and sets up meetings with College Access Mentors or other partners to make sure services outlined on the CAP are provided. Minimum Education Bachelors Degree or higher in education, counseling or related field. Minimum Experience At least 2 years academic advising experience. Successful experience working with diverse populations. Demonstrated commitment to diversity. Knowledge, skills and abilities Demonstrated ability to coordinate activities and projects for large numbers of staff, students, and parents. Demonstrated ability to communicate with and provide positive support to students, parents, and foster families. General knowledge of problems facing low-income and foster care students. Excellent communication skills. Excellent writing skills including reports and student file notes. Demonstrated experience working with computers including email, word-processing, spreadsheets and databases. Required Licenses, Certificates & Registrations Valid Drivers license MO-KAN_NE Professional Membership Additional Information This position is located in Lawrence, KS. Wichita State University does not discriminate in its employment practices, educational programs or activities on the basis of age, ancestry, color, disability, gender, gender expression, gender identity, genetic information, marital status, national origin, political affiliation, pregnancy, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or status as a veteran.

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