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Assistant Director, Tutoring and Academic Support Programs

The TASP Assistant Director teaches up to a 6 hour load of MWSU courses each long semester unless otherwise prescribed. Is responsible for coordinating and implementing innovative training programming for all TASP student support staff including Tutors, Supplemental Instructors, and Peer Educators. Assists the Director with other duties as assigned. Reports to the Director of Tutoring and Academic Support Programs.


Teaches two sections of MWSU courses in the long semesters including 1233 College Connections and MWSU 1003 Skills for Success. Collaborates with and provides assistance to personnel in TASP and other campus stakeholders to implement and develop best practices in training. Create and manage the semestral tutoring and supplemental instruction schedules. Holds office hours to meet with individual students as needed. Assists the Director with the development of new innovative programs and services to meet TASP’s mission. Prepares and presents informational presentations for TASP and university-sponsored events. Serves on university councils and committees as required. Performs other duties as assigned by the Director.

Physical Condition

Minimum of three years' relevant experience working with college students and teaching at the college level preferred.


Knowledge of the issues, trends, theories, and methodologies related to tutoring, academic support services, and training. Must have strong public speaking experience. Must be familiar with classroom protocol and assessments as well as best practices in one-to-one student discussions and building a strong rapport with students. Ability to follow generally accepted office practices and procedures and proficiency in the use of computers and software programs including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, and proficiency in Banner preferred


Master's degree required.

Additional Requirements

Must have a demonstrated strong interest in and capacity for teaching and training. Teaching experience preferably at a four-year institution of higher education. Must be well-organized; posses excellent interpersonal and oral and written communication skills; be able to work effectively with a diverse student body, and be able to work collaboratively with colleagues to set, plan, and achieve ambitious goals. * This position is designated as security sensitive and requires a criminal background check.

Last Updated 10-28-2021