Full-Time Equivalent Hiring Range: $68,100 to $85,150; salary commensurate with relevant experience
Internal Number: Req8327
As the new two-year residential college division of Boston College, Messina College will offer an associate’s degree program to 100 students annually beginning in the 2024–25 academic year. The program’s goal is to prepare students to enroll in a bachelor’s degree program or begin their professional careers. Messina College students will live and study on the Brookline Campus of Boston College and have full access to BC’s facilities and events.
The Associate Director of Student Success is responsible for providing direct support to students to facilitate their success at Messina College. This includes the overall development and maintenance of mentoring programs for Messina College, including groups and workshops on formation, belonging, wellness, etc.; liaising with University partners in the Dean of Students office to support students in crisis/distress; advising and providing appropriate referrals for students; coordinating regular student success meetings with Messina College staff and University partners to support student wellbeing on the Brookline campus; and hires, coordinates, and supervises the Student Success Counselors (MSW and LSOE Graduate students) and peer mentors.
The Director of Student works with staff in the Office of the Dean of Students, in particular the Associate Dean of Student Outreach and Support and the Dean of Students, to refer students of concern and coordinate care for students and follow-up plans. The Director will collaborate with other staff in the Office of the Dean of Students as needed, including to assist students with the Disability Services registration process. In addition, the Director works closely with the PMI Director of Mentoring and Tutoring/Academic Achievement to coordinate supports for first-generation, low-income students and most effectively serve this population of undergraduate students at Boston College.
Master’s Degree in counseling, social work, higher education, or related field, required;
? Five+ years of demonstrated experience, preferably in working with high financial need and first-generation students as well as students from underserved and underrepresented communities.
? Demonstrated knowledge of case management systems, preferably in an academic setting.
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