The Coordinator for Student Activities (IHSC) plans and facilitates all student-related activities and functions to enhance the growth and development of all students by providing social, cultural, and educational opportunities for community engagement at IHSC.
The Coordinator is a part of the Student Activities team within the Office of Student Engagement (OSE)/Division of Student Services reporting to the Director for Student Activities. This position primarily works out of the Interprofessional Health Sciences Campus (IHSC) in Nutley, NJ with occasional work on the South Orange, NJ campus. This position provides support to the OSE and the Division of Student Services for campus-wide programming efforts and student engagement initiatives.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Provide a wide range of services, support, and information to students at the I.H.S. campus and serve as a liaison of the Student Engagement team at the Nutley campus. The Coordinator must know in detail and be able to accurately convey a wide range of University policies, protocols and general information. This position will work in conjunction with the Student Activities team to support programming and holistic student engagement outside of the classroom on IHSC and South Orange campus locations.
Provide oversight and guidance to the IHSC Student Council, and provide daily advisement of the IHSC Student organizations.
Design, facilitate, and assess programming and engagement initiatives for the IHSC student population (School of Medicine, College of Nursing, and School of Health and Medical Sciences)
Additional responsibilities include: managing space reservations and event policy adherance at the IHSC campus, serving on campus-wide committees representing IHSC Student Activities, the Office of Student Engagement and/or Division of Student Services.
Support campus-wide, major programs and student engagement initiatives from the Office of Student Engagement and/or Division of Student Services.
Other duties as assigned. (Occasional nights/weekend work)
Associate's Degree, and 1-2 years experience programming and working within an interprofessional health sciences campus or equivalent experience.
Bachelor's Degree, 1-3 years experience working in an interprofessional health sciences environment, familiarity with programming, events planning and student advisement.
AD160 - Administrative
General office environment
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