Assistant Director Student Life Programming 7168BR National Technical Institute for the Deaf NTID Student Life
Detailed Job Description
Develops, evaluates, and implements policies, systems, services and procedures that impact the CSD Student Development Center's access, office allocation and usage and maintenance for all-recognized NTID Clubs and Organizations, FMS services, poster and display policies, technology and information services and video wall usage.
Directs and provides support for Student Life Team's residential and co-curricular component of NTID's summer outreach programs for deaf and hard of hearing high school and middle school students on campus as needed.
Plans and develops SLT departmental wide leadership curriculum for student staff.
Provides logistics planning and budgetary review for NTID's Presenter Series.
Advises NTID Student Congress Assembly, a student organization composed of all-recognized NTID Clubs and Organizations. Analyzes group dynamics, goal settings, logistics planning and functions of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Clubs and Organizations.
Advises and promotes CSD Student Development Center - Cassie Haynes' Student Advisory Board (CHSAB). Reviews CHSAB's operations and services for Deaf and Hard of Hearing students clubs and organizations' space and office allocation, use the maintenance within CSD Student Development Center building.
Supports Large-Scale NTID Co-Curricular Programming events and other designated Institute events.
Utilize regular evening and weekend commitments year-round to provide support and connection for students.
Minimum Qualifications Education/Experience:
Minimum of a masters degree in student affairs, higher education administration, human and social services, facilities management, business administration, and communications or related fields.
At least three years of proven experience in facilities services and/or Deaf and Hard of Hearing student leadership in an educational environment.
Demonstrated knowledge of Deaf culture and deaf and hard of hearing college student development.
Expertise in student development programming.
Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously.
Ability to coordinate complex logistics and facility planning.
Must possess advanced interpersonal and written communication skills including a minimum of intermediate sign language skills.
Must demonstrate strong ability to work as a team member and have excellent interpersonal skills.
Professional Area: Employment Category: Fulltime Staff Job Function:Wage Band: 118A
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