ALC Program Assistant – Supplemental Instruction - Student Hourly - 19040BR

ALC Program Assistant – Supplemental Instruction - Student Hourly

University Academic Support Ct
University of Kansas Lawrence Campus
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Position Overview

The Academic Learning Center (ALC) is a unit in the University Academic Support Centers (UASC) that provides programming to all KU students in the form of Supplemental Instruction (SI), Tutoring Services, Academic Consultations, and Academic Success Workshops. The ALC Program Assistant for Supplemental Instruction (SI) assists the professional staff in the ALC with the coordination of Supplemental Instruction (SI), including the planning of SI Leader trainings and meetings, creating surveys/evaluations and compiling of assessment data, and communicating regularly with the SI Leaders.

Job Description

The main responsibilities of the Program Assistant for Supplemental Instruction (SI) are:
  • 25% - Assist in planning the trainings and meetings prior to and throughout the semester
  • 20% - Schedule and conduct SI Leader observations and follow-up meetings
  • 15% - Review planning sheets and provide feedback
  • 10% - Prepare the SI e-Newsletter and hold office hours for SI Leaders
  • 10% - Provide feedback to SI Leaders following the review of promotional videos/materials
  • 10% - Review assessment data and evaluations/reflections and prepare reports
  • 5% - Compile and propose SI schedules and respond when there is a change in a schedule
  • 5% - Other duties as assigned

Required Qualifications

  • KU undergraduate student enrolled in a minimum of six credit hours and in good academic standing.
  • Work experience as an SI Leader.
  • Attention to detail as demonstrated by application materials and work experience.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Demonstrated experience in training and public speaking as evidenced by coursework and/or work experience.
  • Able to take initiative and work independently while also collaborating with professional staff.
  • Excellent verbal communication skills as demonstrated by the interview.
  • Strong computer skills, including familiarity with Microsoft Word, Teams, and Excel.
  • Demonstrated experience working collaboratively with individuals of diverse backgrounds.

Additional Candidate Instructions

A complete application will consist of:
  1. Resume
  2. Cover letter including responses to why you are interested in this position, what graduate program you are pursuing, and how your prior experiences have prepared you for this position
  3. Contact information of three professional references that can attest to your qualifications and work experience

Contact Information to Applicants

Kristin Scott

Advertised Salary Range

$10.50 per hour

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University Academic Support Ct
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University of Kansas Lawrence Campus
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