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Contributes to the advancement of institutional student success, academic advising, and retention initiatives through individual and group interactions. Sets the standard for success personnel including professional coaches and academic advisors. Performs complex personal life coaching, resource identification and referral, professional development, and other training with individuals and groups. Responsibilities also include analyzing and reporting on special and/or complex problems. Performance is based on individual effectiveness as well as overall program results obtained. Work is performed under minimal supervision in accordance with established policies and procedures. The Student Success Coach position is currently restricted to the Student Success and Retention office.
Bachelor's degree required plus three years progressively responsible advising, counseling, or coaching experience. Additional education may substitute for experience on a year for year basis. Academic life coach certification must be maintained. (Initially, IFC-PCC certification may be secured within one year of hire.)