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  • Assoc Dir Student Success, University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign, IL)

    Associate Director of Student Success and Career Advising
    Carle Illinois College of Medicine
    University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

    The Associate Director of Student Success supports the Director of Student Success with the case management of Carle Illinois College of Medicine students, manages the residency application process, and sustains the career advising program under the direction of the director.

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    Major Duties and Responsibilities:
    Case Management: Progress, Promotion, and Graduation
    - Assist the director with the development of individual success plans for all Carle Illinois students in collaboration with academic affairs, which includes study plans, remediation, and support systems.
    - Assist the director by meeting with every student each year to review and improve success plans in relation to career goals and aspirations.
    - Support the process for leaves of absences and scheduling returns in partnership with academic affairs, financial aid, registrar, and other key units within the college and across the university.

    Career Advising
    - Manage the career advising program for phase 2 and phase 3 of the curriculum and collaborate with the director of student affairs for phase 1 career advising.
    - Develop the clinical mentoring program including onboarding of mentors, operations manual, and training schedule.
    -Serve as the primary administrator for the residency application systems including the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS), military, San Francisco, and urology application systems.
    - Support the residency application process in collaboration with Carle Illinois units and university offices.
    - Assist the director on supporting the away rotation process.
    - Assist with Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) Supplement Offer and Acceptance Program (SOAP) for Carle Illinois during Match week
    - Assist the director in advising students on their residency applications including noteworthy characteristics that are included in the Medical Student Performance Evaluation (MSPE)
    - Develop and maintain career advising workshops on residency interviews, CV review, personal statements, and faculty letter of recommendations.

    - Oversee the maintenance and updates of policies related to student success.
    - Develop and maintain the career advising website.
    - Oversee special projects and perform other duties as assigned.

    Perform other duties as assigned
    - Maintain appropriate confidentiality of work- and education-related information and materials.
    - Engage in and support learning in accordance with related student and patient regulations and ethical norms, such as FERPA and HIPAA.
    - Foster a culture of diversity and inclusion within the college
    - Establish and maintain effective working relationships; work cooperatively and collegially with others in a manner consistent with a workplace of dignity and respect; support and engage in equal employment opportunity principles, rules, and regulations; champion positive inter-professional relationships bridging the college.

    Procedure for Candidacy
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    For fullest consideration, applicant materials should be received by no later than Monday May 31, 2021.

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    Required Education Qualifications:
    Bachelor’s degree in higher education, counseling, or field related to the position.

    Required Experience Qualifications:
    (All can be concurrent): 5 years of experience in higher education. 3 years of experience in higher education career advising. 3 years of experience overseeing projects within an organization.

    Preferred Education Qualifications:
    Master’s degree in higher education, counseling, or field related to the position.

    Preferred Experience Qualifications:
    Experience with medical school residency application process. Familiarity with data and analytics related to medical education. Medical school career advising, strongly preferred.