The Assistant Director of Student Engagement reports directly to the Director of Student Engagement with the shared purpose to create a vibrant student involvement program that is aligned with the commitments of the college’s mission which includes engaged and experiential teaching and learning; the natural environment; and civic engagement. This position will focus on student leadership development, community building, and creating, social, and diverse campus events. The hours of this position will primarily include late afternoons, evening, and weekend programming responsibilities.
· Plan, supervise, and execute programs on the Henniker and Manchester campuses as needed in conjunction with Residential Life and Housing and the Office of Diversity and Inclusion;
· Oversight of daily operations of the Charter Coffeehouse, a seven-day a week, fully operational, student-run facility, including supervision of work-study students, coordination of events, maintaining supply inventory, and operational budget;
· Coordinate the shuttle before and after break periods, as well as the weekly shuttle to Concord, NH, including hiring, supervising, and scheduling work study student drivers;
· Provide direct support to the Office of First Year Programs and serve on the orientation committee to plan and implement new student orientation programs, as well as work with Director of First Year Programs to hire and train Peer Leader staff;
· Provide support to all student clubs and organizations, including assisting with all aspects of programming, monitoring expenditures and projected expenditures, and leadership training;
· Provide monthly social programs for graduate students;
· Maintain weekly communication with staff, faculty, and students regarding all student and community programming, including social media postings and campus-wide marketing;
· Serve in the weekly on-call rotation for after hours and emergency situations;
· Schedule room and shuttle reservations for department and work with student organizations to assist in their reservations;
Bachelor’s degree required 1-2 years of higher education experience working with a college student population Experience with event planning systems Highly organized
Ability to multitask
Must be available to work College events including but not limited to: Commencement, occasional Saturday Admissions events, Fall Festival Ability to work late afternoons, evenings, and weekends on either the Henniker or Manchester campus
New England College is a private, non-profit college, located in the quintessential New England town of Henniker, New Hampshire dedicated to providing exceptional education for undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral students from all over the world.