***Please note: This is NOT a faculty position.***
Under general supervision, the Instructional Associate (Counseling) provides instructional assistance and support to students in accordance with assignments and directions from a Counseling Division course instructor, counselor or other administrative management personnel; provides technical, academic and individual assistance and support to students, faculty, and staff to encourage students' productive adjustment to the academic and social expectations and culture of college life.
This is a very separate classification in the instructional assistance area specific to the Success Center. Positions assigned to the class of Instructional Associate perform duties to assist and support a classroom instructor or other academic personnel, in a tutorial program, classroom, or office setting. Specific tasks may vary depending upon the subject area and discipline to which assigned. Work is performed within a framework of established procedures which may not require the physical presence of the instructor or other academic personnel.
Positions in this class may exist in any of the instructional departments or divisions. Incumbents in the class of Instructional Associate are expected to have completed a minimum of two years of college with a major in the subject area to which their position is assigned. Recruitment to fill a position in this class should include the instructional area of assignment, such as "Instructional Associate (Art)" or "Instructional Associate (Mathematics)".
EXAMPLES OF DUTIES: Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following:
* Assist instructional staff with the instruction, demonstration, and presentation of course assignments and materials for groups of students in Counseling courses.
* Assist in the preparation of instructional activities for the Counseling Division.
* Assist students with assignments, course content, and study skills; evaluate student work and coordinate appropriate tutorial sessions and supplemental instruction as needed.
* Provide resources and referrals of services to students as needed.
* Assist with seminars, workshops and other presentations in collaboration with Counseling faculty.
* Monitor and record student progress and attendance; prepare and maintain related records and reports; evaluate student needs; confer with instructors regarding student progress.
* Collaborate with Academic Success Coach colleagues to develop supplemental projects.
* Review educational software and provide recommendations as needed to enhance Counseling Division outcomes.
* Assist students with technical difficulties regarding assignments.
* Respond to student questions and provide information regarding resources available in the Counseling Division.
* Research and troubleshoot technical problems when students, staff, and faculty have difficulty with the instructional equipment, course management systems, or log-on procedures.
* Assist with projects based on student and program needs in collaboration with Counselors.
* Assist instructors in preparation of manuals, handouts, and training/teaching materials.
* Perform general clerical functions critical to the maintenance and efficiency of the Counseling Division.
* Participate in development of the budget and monitor expenditures.
* Maintain accurate records.
* Participate on committees and attend conferences, training sessions and regular meetings with instructional staff to exchange information on the Counseling Division and to remain current in instructional support techniques and procedures.
* Perform related duties and responsibilities as required.