Present Position Number: FP299W
Unit Mission Statement
The Office of Undergraduate
Academic Affairs (OUAA) supports students’ academic accomplishments across the undergraduate experience from matriculation to
post-graduation fellowships. Functionally, the OUAA houses the university’s professional academic advisors, who work with students across
the academic spectrum: preparing accomplished undergraduates to apply for prestigious scholarships and fellowships and helping struggling
students overcome obstacles they are facing. In addition, the OUAA serves as a resource for faculty serving as pre-major
General responsibilities of the position include: All professional advisors
provide academic advising services for undergraduate students; provide accurate information to students and faculty about majors/minors,
course options, W&M policies, and procedures; assist the OUAA administrators in designing and implementing faculty training programs and
workshops; this position assists colleagues as needed and contributes to office-wide initiatives; communicates with partner offices and
academic units; assists OUAA administrators with the evaluation of advising services and with monitoring student degree progress; supports
the faculty advisor-student advisee matching process; helps develop advising resources and plan advising events; refers students to
appropriate departments and other college resources and participates in training programs and on-going professional development. Some
weekend and evening works is required.
We are looking to fill two vacancies from this posting.
Advertised Pay Range
Up to $54K, commensurate with experience.
Is the position
remote work eligible?
Hybrid (works remotely at least 1 day per week but not full-time)
Remote work eligibility is not guaranteed and is subject to approval. Employee eligibility depends on the
likelihood of the employee succeeding in a remote work arrangement and the supervisor’s ability to manage remote workers. Departments and/or
Human Resources may amend, alter, change, delete, or modify eligibility.
Job Close Date: 04/07/2022
William & Mary values diversity and invites applications from underrepresented groups who will
enrich the research, teaching and service missions of the university. The university is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and
encourages applications from women, minorities, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities.