$40,000-$42,000 Salary commensurate with education, experiences, and other requirements. Comprehensive benefit package (health care, vacation, etc.)
Term of Position:
At Will/Just Cause:
Summary of Position:
The Center for Student Involvement is seeking applicants for the Coordinator of Center for Student Involvement in the Division of Student Affairs. The Coordinator of Center for Student Involvement provides support and acts as a resource for all Registered Student Organizations (RSOs) on campus with special attention to Fraternities and Sororities. This position will help advise and support student organizations across campus, by overseeing their general activities and assisting with event development and management, leadership, accountability, and budget oversight, as well as support governing councils and fraternity/sorority chapters.
This position will report to the Associate Dean of Student Life. The Coordinator maintains a visible presence on campus, must be available to work hours outside the traditional work week, and is actively engaged in the creation and support of student organization events and traditions.
Bachelor degree from an accredited college or university.
Required Work Experience:
2 or more years of professional or undergraduate experience in Student Affairs, Student Activities, Student Organizations, Fraternity & Sorority Life, campus programing, Residence Life, residence hall programing and/or student leadership.
Demonstrated commitment to inclusion and equity within a diverse organization, team, or campus community.
Effective communication skills.
The ability to manage and complete tasks in a timely manner.
Required Licenses and Certifications:
Additional Education/Experiences to be Considered:
Experience with the campus engagement platform, Presence. Experience as an executive board member or advisor of a fraternity or sorority.
Develop and maintain quality educational programs for members of student organizations focusing on leadership, risk management, social responsibility, financial responsibility, community service initiatives, and membership recruitment.
Mentor and assist students interested in starting a new Registered Student Organization throughout the new organization process.
Develop and incorporate assessment into programmatic efforts to evaluate the achievement of goals related to student learning and engagement.
Utilize the RSO management software, Bulldog Connect, operated by Presence.
Assist in maintaining, developing, and implementing departmental policies, including the RSO Handbook and the Events and Travel Manual.
Serve as a risk manager for student and campus activities and student organizations.
Develop and assist with a variety of programming efforts for the Center for Student Involvement and the Division of Student Affairs.
Serve as an instrumental liaison between campus and external partners, students, alumni, national offices, and other stakeholders on behalf of these priorities.
Collaborate with student organizations, Fraternity & Sorority Life chapters, and with advisors to provide guidance, expectations, as well as provide support to chapter presidents, officers, alumni, and advisors through regular meetings and communications.
Provide support to the University’s four Fraternity & Sorority Life governing councils and maintain a visible presence with each council.
Provide program oversight for formal and informal recruitment periods, including marketing and programming efforts to increase awareness of Fraternity & Sorority Life amongst the student body and University community.
Coordinate educational and social programs in Fraternity & Sorority Life such as the New Member Institute, Greek Week, and officer and advisor trainings.
Attend monthly All Student Life Meetings. Serve on Committees within Student Affairs and the University.
Comply with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). Serve as a Campus Security Authority and as a Responsible Employee as defined by Clery, Title IX, and Campus Policy.
Responsible for maintaining confidentiality of designated information and for performing all duties in compliance with University, federal, and state regulations.
Demonstrates an understanding of diversity, equity and inclusion, especially in working relationships with students, faculty, staff and community members.
Perform additional related duties as required.
Any other duties assigned within the position classification area
Skills and Abilities:
Demonstrated commitment, experience and understanding for diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Special Instructions to Applicants:
Unofficial transcript 1 (REQUIRED): Applicants must attach a copy of unofficial transcript of showing their highest degree earned from an accredited college or university.
Transcript must include: Institution name, applicant name, date degree attained, degree awarded. Individuals will be required to submit an official transcript prior to hiring.
Initial Application Review Date:
September 19, 2022
Open Until Position is Filled?:
Posting Close Date:
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