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Retention Specialist, College of Education « Position Deleted on 8/09/2011 »
|Institution:||Northern Illinois University|
|Application Due:||Open Until Filled|
This position is no longer an active posting on HigherEdJobsThe College of Education at Northern Illinois University is seeking qualified applicants for a full-time position as a student retention specialist beginning July 16, 2011. The College of Education houses multiple teacher certification programs at the graduate and undergraduate levels (early childhood education, elementary education, physical education and special education), and multiple non-teaching programs (counselor accreditation, exercise science, athletic training and sport management).
Responsibilities: The qualified candidate is expected to work with campus colleagues to improve student engagement and retention, and academic success in the College of Education. The Coordinator will assist in the assessment of the effectiveness of COE initiatives and provide feedback for review of policies and procedures.
- Develop, monitor and facilitate in leading the COE retention activities
- Gather, analyze and utilize data to implement strategic interventions for student success.
- Master's degree in student services or related area.
- Knowledge of higher education retention research, policy impacting student success, and college completion agenda.
- Strong computer skills (familiarity with MS Office 2010) and commitment to the use of technology in education.
- Doctorate from an accredited institution.
- Highly developed public presentation skills, or teaching experience.
Review of applications will begin June 20, 2011 and continue until the position is filled. Northern Illinois University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity Institution that recognizes dual career issues. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. Pre-employment criminal background investigation required.
Northern Illinois University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity Institution that recognizes dual career issues. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.