The Department of Industrial & Systems Engineering (ISE) in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) the University at Buffalo seeks to fill an Undergraduate Academic Coordinator position.
Duties and Responsibilities include:
Steward the academic and administrative functions for the undergraduate programs offered by the department. The focus is on undergraduate students who have declared a major, minor or special degree program overseen by the department and are at the junior/senior level of degree progression.
Monitor academic progress of current students, review their course enrollments and work with students to ensure that all prerequisites have been met.
Identify students not meeting prerequisite requirements and communicate with them to initiate the drop process.
Manage all student force registration requests.
Interact with student through posted office hours and email.
Communicate confidentially with students when constraints prevent them from securing desired classes due to financial services checkstops, credit hour limits, etc.
Assign faculty advisor to each undergraduate major who has reached the junior level of degree progression and update annually until student completes bachelor’s degree.
Create, review, and edit departmental Undergraduate Course Catalog listings.
Process new-course proposals.
Secure course textbooks, desk copies, and companion solution manuals as appropriate.
Response to schedule all undergraduate courses, during, Fall, Spring, Summer and Winter session to insure that required courses are offered as required to meet degree requirements.
Make students aware of internship opportunities and coordinate internship opportunities with SEAS Dean’s Office.
Notify students aware of career opportunities (job opportunities) and coordinate with UB Career Services.
Inform students on Study Abroad opportunities.
Update day to day content on the department website.
Send email communications to students, alumni and departmental friends about events, news and other announcements.
Maintain all department mailing lists to ensure that they are current.
Alert SEAS Communications to student/faculty/alumni achievements.
Draft content for marketing and recruitment materials (i.e. postcards, e-newsletter, undergraduate program flyers, newsletter, etc.) for SEAS Communications.
Help with scheduling photography/distributing photos.
Maintain and grow social media channels with guidance from SEAS Communications.
Reporting and Analysis:
Collect information to facilitate the advisement process by generating and evaluating reports for faculty and administration using UB information systems.
Assist the Directors(s) of Undergraduate Studies in the collection, analysis and reporting of learning outcomes assessment data as required by ABET.
Create and administer student, alumni and employer surveys, especially those related to ABET objectives.
Assist in organization and presentation of departmental portion of Orientation, Open houses, Preview Day and Commencement.
Outstanding Benefits Package
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