This title is in the unclassified service and in the SUNY Professional Services Negotiating Unit.
As a family, the academic advisement series provides support to students with respect to academic planning, program, and course selection. Incumbents aid students in interpreting academic rules and regulations, such as prerequisites or other course requirements.
Either coordinates the activities of a work group of Academic Advisors, Advisement Assistants, and/or Interns or has a recognized advising specialty or expertise in areas such as pre-Law or pre-Med advising, foreign student advising, Engineering advising, transfer advising, etc. Duties may also include administrative support to a Director.
A Master's degree. Experience in academic advisement and some experience in supervision is required. Specialized knowledge or experience as appropriate is required.
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