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Responsible for the student affairs academic advising, curriculum planning and administrative management in all matters pertaining to the Chinese Studies program including the Chinese language program. Duties include: advise all undergraduate majors and minors in the program; evaluate preliminary and final degree checks; conduct course scheduling and registration, add/drop procedures; draft, revise, update course approvals to correspond to the current teaching practices and CEP regulations; write, evaluate, and revise a wide range of written materials, including general catalog copy and program brochures; serve as primary program liaison for undergraduate students with representatives from other campus offices; hires teaching assistants for language program. Administrative duties include: maintain program website; plan and implement various undergraduate and faculty meetings and events; coordinate and market all lectures, conferences, workshops, and program meetings.
- Must be able to work effectively amid heavy walk-in traffic and interruptions. Overtime may be required including evenings and/or weekends. Occasional travel to off-campus sites for outreach events which requires access to transportation.
Knowledge of advising and counseling techniques. Knowledge of services available to students through campus agencies and departments. Demonstrated ability to advise students on major/minor requirements.
Knowledge of procedures and regulations for course scheduling, registration, enrollment, and curriculum planning.
Experience planning and implementing meetings and events.
Demonstrated skill in developing appropriate materials to promote programs.
Experience with PC (Windows environment) and Microsoft Office software including word-processing, spreadsheet, e-mail and database application programs. Demonstrated experience with databases, which includes data access, data retrieval, data management, data analysis, and data presentation.
Demonstrated experience working effectively in an academic setting with a diverse group of faculty, staff, and students.
Knowledge of University-specific computer application programs and pertinent databases.
Knowledge of University processes and procedures. Knowledge of the University's systems and of its policies and procedures relating to academic criteria, structure, organizations, departments and programs.
Job offer is contingent upon satisfactory clearance based on Background Check results.
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