Responsible for the creation and development of the Adawe Student Center in collaboration with members of the team, faculty, the Dean of Arizona. The unit offers holistic and individualized services to students that result in improved student retention rates and outcomes in preparation for a life of significance. Adawe mentors provide and document advising to assigned undergraduates from matriculation to post graduation. Develop and convene resources and advocate on students’ behalf, in collaboration with university and community resources. Teach courses and/or workshops, conduct research relevant to unit objectives, and engage in the development of the career and tutoring centers. Assist students in crafting individualized “Life Plans” to complete their degrees and develop the consciousness, values, practices, and competencies of outstanding liberal arts graduates. Twelve month, full-time faculty position.
Education: Master’s degree required, doctorate preferred. Ideal candidate will be prepared to teach in one of the following areas: teacher education; health, physical education, and recreation; business; the natural sciences; and the humanities.
Experience: Relevant experience required in one or more of the following areas in academic advising, counseling, college teaching, student assessment, or related areas.
Areas of experience: Biology - especially Ecology, Business, Communications, English, Exercise Science - especially Strength & Condition, Mathematics or Religion.
Required Skills and Abilities:
A completed Application for Employment is required at http://www.ottawa.edu/Careers as a part of the application process. Candidates should attach to the application a cover letter, resume, and the names of three professional references as a part of the application for employment. Any additional information can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ottawa University celebrates and prizes the diversity of its students, faculty, staff and Board of Trustees. In keeping with its Mission Statement, the University is called to actively foster an environment of awareness, appreciation, and intentional inclusivity. We are particularly interested in receiving applications from members of underrepresented groups and strongly encourage them to apply.
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