POSITION AVAILABLE: College of Applied Health Sciences Program Coordinator (Assistant Director for Student Affairs) position available!

The College of Applied Health Sciences has a new position available:
Program Coordinator (Assistant Director for Student Affairs) - College of Applied Health Sciences (Job ID #120272)
Job Summary:

The College of Applied Health Sciences is seeking a Program Coordinator (Assistant Director for Student Affairs).

The Assistant Director for Student Affairs is a member of the Student Affairs team within the College of Applied Health Sciences. This position serves as a liaison between several campus units including the Offices of Admissions, Registration, Records, Recruitment, Financial Aid, and Transfer Articulation and Degree Audit and the academic departments within the College of Applied Health Sciences.  In this role, the Assistant Director for Student Affairs directs the day to day administrative processes of the AHS Office of the Dean, Student Affairs exercising independent judgement and provides direction to students, faculty, and staff on student affairs related policies and procedures. Primary responsibilities include oversight of student registration and record related tasks including degree certification, curriculum record updates and transcript maintenance; coordination of admissions, recruitment and yield activities; prospective student advising; and management of AHS scholarships.


Ensures the accuracy of advisor enacted application of university and college academic and administrative policy including but not limited to cred/no-credit, GPA recalculation, grade exclusion, registration revisions, and university withdrawals.  Develops college-wide processes for student registration, record, and enrollment related requests.

Advises prospective students on AHS degree programs, admission requirements, application processes and supports the recruitment and matriculation of new AHS students. Manages undergraduate admissions processes for the college and acts as a liaison between undergraduate program directors and the Admissions Office for processing undergraduate applications, including coordination of Guaranteed Professional Program Admission (GPPA) applications for AHS programs.

Directs and organizes college participation in campus events related to student recruitment, yield, and matriculation.  Coordinates revisions, ordering, and distribution of Student Affairs related marketing materials, as well as maintains and updates AHS Student Affairs pages of the AHS website.

Directs the day to day administrative responsibilities of the AHS Office of Student Affairs in collaboration with the Associate Dean for Student Affairs.  Intervenes and refers students to resources in university community as appropriate. Exercise professional discretion and judgement to trouble-shoot issues and problems as they arise.

Assists in compiling, processing, certifying, and analyzing student information reports for the College, including, but no limited to, admissions, enrollment, withdrawal-dismissal, biographical information, and degree lists.

Responds to student and general public inquiries to the college on Student Affairs matters, exercising independent judgement to provide advice regarding various options for action.  Utilizing information and feedback from these interactions, recommends and assists in the development of new procedures or review of current policies.

Administers AHS scholarship programs and coordinates applications through the SnAP system and corresponding processing through the UIC Office of Student Financial Aid (OSFA.)  Serves as college representative to the campus-wide Financial Aid Progress Appeals Committee (FASPAC) and Student Systems Advisory Committee (SSAC)

Facilities transfer articulation review process for undergraduate courses within AHS in coordination with AHS undergraduate programs.


Minimum Acceptable Qualifications

  1. Bachelor's degree
  2. A total of one (1) year of demonstrated university level experience in Student Services (e.g. Records and Registration, Admissions, Financial Aid, Student Affairs, Academic Advising).

*Note: Master’s Degree within Student Affairs may be substituted for one (1 year) of work experience.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Master's degree
  • Minimum of two years working in higher education.
  • Five years of academic advising, student affairs administration, registration, records and/or admissions experience in higher education.

To Apply: View the job details at https://jobs.uic.edu/job-board/job-details?jobID=120272.