The assistant director of campus activities serves as manager and technical manager for users of the Corey Union and Brown Auditorium and is the supervisor for all campus activities and Corey Union student staff. In addition, the assistant director works with assigned student groups to advise and coordinate events. This position requires frequent work on evenings and weekends based on academic calendar and operational need to best service the needs of the campus.
Supervise the Campus Activities student staff with the day-to-day responsibility for, and management and operation of Corey Union and its cost centers.
Coordinate the facilities schedule in Corey Union
Meet with users of Corey Union (on and off campus) to assist with planning programs and activities.
Assist the director with scheduling of renovation and maintenance projects for Corey Union and the Brown Auditorium.
Supervise, develop, select and evaluate a graduate assistant, student director staff, a highly skilled and efficient student audio visual crew, and other student employees in Corey Union.
Review biweekly student employee payrolls.
Serve as technical manager for events in Corey Union and Brown Auditorium.
Serve as technical adviser for college activities including student activities and conference activities.
Serve as supervisor of the Information Center and its student employees.
Assist with the coordination of student activities, major weekend programming, and other programs developed through the Campus Activities Office.
Serve as adviser for SUNY Cortland's Student Activities Board (SAB): includes 2 hour weekly meetings, planning and attending events averaging one a week during the semester; traveling with students to an annual conference; assisting in the planning and execution of the annual Spring Fling with direct responsibility for all technical aspects of the spring fling concert.
Initiate in the coordination of programming for the college community through participation in Homecoming Weekend, Family Weekend, Campus Artist and Lecture Series (CALS), Welcome Weekend, and new student orientation committees.
Serve as a resource to campus groups for program development.
Serve on committees as required.
Serve as property control officer for Corey Union.
Interpersonal skills including effective communication skills
Commitment to working in a multi-cultural environment
Technical skills including computer and audio-visual equipment
Support the SUNY Cortland mission, vision, values and priorities
Customer service experience
Evidence of computer and audio-visual technical skills
Experience working with individuals from different cultural backgrounds
Professional experience working in a campus activities
Professional experience working in a college union environment
Internal Number: 4827
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