Part-Time Academic Resource Monitor
Belmont Abbey College is currently seeking qualified applications to fill the position of Part-Time Academic Resource Monitor.
The Academic Resource Center (ARC) Monitor carries out the administrative tasks of tracking and overseeing students participating in supervised study hall and tutoring sessions. The incumbent implements strategies, maintains resource materials, and assists the professional staff in the Office of Academic Assistance in the management of programs designed to assist students in achieving academic success. The ARC Monitor works with the Coordinators of Academic Resources and the Director of Academic Assistance in the tracking and monitoring of student participation in study hall and tutoring activities, and the implementation of strategies to aid in students’ academic success. The ARC Monitor maintains academically-related materials, including, but not limited to, study hall attendance and tracking records, up to date tutoring schedules.
The ideal candidate must have administrative experience in Higher Education, Student Development, Leadership, or a closely related field. Previous experience working with young adults, especially student athletes, in an educational setting is preferred. The ideal candidate will be proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and general internet use. The work environment is a general office setting; the individual must be able to transport a desk weighing approx.5lbs to appropriate sign-in area each evening. The ability to work regular evening and weekend work is required. The candidate must also be proficient in communicating effectively with all campus constituencies.
In addition, candidates must wholeheartedly embrace the mission of the College to educate students in the liberal arts and sciences so that in all things God may be glorified. The incumbent will consistently demonstrate skills, attitudes, and stable disposition of character to support our Catholic and Benedictine identity while fostering the development of mind, body, and spirit in our students, our staff and the greater community. Finally, candidates must have a sincere appreciation and acceptance of our Catholic approach to education and an understanding of Pope Saint John Paul II’s Ex Corde Ecclesiae.