The Student Organizations Program Coordinator serves as a member of a larger team of professionals, graduate coordinators, and undergraduate staff. This position provides leadership, direction, and support through programmatic and strategic efforts to serve as the primary educational resource for student organization education and support. Under the leadership of the Assistant Director for Student Organizations, this position will direct and implement ongoing development and assessment of programs and policies related to student organizations and activities that have an impact on the quality of educational experiences outside of the classroom.
Education and Experience:
* A Master's Degree in College Student Personnel, Higher Education Administration, or College Student Development or related degree. * 2-3 years of work-related experience (two years of graduate assistantships equals one year of experience) ideally with a focus on student development or higher education administration. * Demonstrated expertise working with diverse student populations and fostering inclusive environments within an educational setting. * Demonstrated understanding of issues of diversity, inclusion, and equity. * Experience in developing learning outcomes, and assessment plans and conducting assessment projects. * Demonstrated ability in assessment of student services and use of assessment results to make changes that improve the delivery of services and programs for students. * Demonstrated understanding of risk management related to the activities and operations of student organizations. * Ability to utilize technology in the delivery of student programs. * Knowledge of student development theory, issues, and best practices in the field of student affairs. * Strong problem-solving and interpersonal skills and the ability to drive innovative thinking. * Experience working effectively with administrative and academic partners within a university.
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