Sunday, December 4, 2016
Colorado Law is hiring a Director of Academic Support. This is a newly-created, full-time instructor level faculty appointment. A description of the position appears below; to review the full list of requirements and to apply, please use the following link:
We’d like to have someone in place in early summer, or by the beginning of the 2017 fall semester at the latest. We will begin reviewing applications on January 9, 2017, so for full consideration please submit your application by January 8.
The University of Colorado School of Law invites applications for the position of Director of Academic Support, a non-tenure track faculty position. Working closely with faculty and administration, the successful candidate will develop, enhance, and implement academic support courses and programs to assist students in the transition to law school, improve students’ academic performance in law school, and help students develop successful strategies for the bar exam.
The Director of Academic Support will promote the academic success of students at the Law School. In collaboration with the Associate Deans and the Senior Assistant Dean for Students, the Director will have the opportunity to:
- Develop and teach curriculum for and teach second- and third-year academic support courses for credit;
- Teach a section of a Legal Analysis, an academic support course for first-year students;
- Assist with hiring, training, and supervising student fellows to provide peer-led academic support programs;
- Develop curriculum for and lead a pre-Orientation program for a subset of entering first-year students;
- Teach workshops on essential law school skills for first-year students;
- Provide individual and small-group counseling on study skills, and feedback on student practice exams and exercises;
- Identify students who are likely to benefit from ASP resources and encourage their participation in ASP programming;
- Provide support for students and graduates as they prepare to sit for the bar exam;
- Work with the law school faculty and administration on analysis of academic achievement and bar examination results and strategies for maximizing academic success and bar passage for Colorado law graduates.
Please use this link for more information and to apply for the position: