1 - 3 years
Academic Coordinators need to bring a creative and analytical approach to this position. They should be detail-oriented critical thinkers with strong verbal and written communication skills. The ability to work in groups and demonstrate leadership skills are important for Academic Coordinators. In many cases, Academic Coordinators must apply problem solving and decision making skills in the creation and implementation of new curriculum and academic materials. They should have the ability to assess others as well themselves. In addition to these skills and traits, potential employers might seek Academic Coordinators with the following abilities:
Communication Skills: You must be able to speak clearly to students, other teachers, parents and administration officials.
Instruction Skills: You will have to explain new ideas and unfamiliar concepts with authority and in a clear and concise way so that students can understand. You must work to keep the students' attention
Writing Skills: Teachers write progress reports, notes home, and in the case of postsecondary teachers, publish research. Writing skills are critical.
Patience: The students you work with will have different backgrounds and abilities. Patience will help teachers deal with students who act out or have trouble following the material.
Creativity: Teachers have to find ways to involve students into their lessons. Additionally, teachers may have to work with different learning styles to get the most out of each student.
People Skills: Engaging parents and creating healthy relationships with students and faculty will help create a quality learning environment.
Responsibilities and Duties
Required Experience and Qualifications
Any special training as Academic Coordinator
PF and ESI
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: ?20,000.00 to ?30,000.00 /month
work: 2 years (Preferred)