Brief Description of Position: Under the direction of the Dean of Student Services, the Coordinator of Student Activities is responsible for developing and supervising student co-curricular activities. The Coordinator focuses on developing and implementing a calendar of student activities and events to engage students and support their success. The Coordinator’s office is located in the reception area of Student Services and the Coordinator provides office coverage in the absence of the Division Assistant.
Organize campus student activities and programs that promote and offer cultural, educational, recreational, and social value to WPCC students.
Assist the Office of Advising with the development and implementation of student orientation programs.
Supervise and advise all Student Government Association (SGA) activities on campus and facilitate SGA participation at the state level.
In the absence of the Division Assistant provide office coverage which may include answering the phone and assisting students in the reception area of Student Services.
Salary: Hiring Range - Minimum to Midpoint ($2,609 – 3,260/monthly)
Western Piedmont Community College, an equal opportunity employer, values and encourages campus diversity in students, faculty, and staff.
Associate degree required.
Knowledge of the scope, function and philosophy of student co-curricular programs in higher education.
Two years of experience in admissions, student activities, recruiting, program planning, or related area preferred.
Experience with social media marketing preferred.
Excellent communication and presentation skills in both group and individual situations required.
Demonstrated ability to work with diverse populations.
Some overnight travel as well as the coordination of Student Affairs and recruiting activities after normal business hours will be required.
Physical Demands: The functions of the job are usually performed sitting, standing and walking, but may involve some amount of stooping, kneeling, bending, crouching, lifting up to 50 lbs., walking, carrying, and other movements may be required. All individuals are required to be able to perform these movements without a significant risk of injury to themselves or others, or to otherwise demonstrate or explain how they can perform the essential functions listed above.
Western Piedmont Community College’s mission is to provide accessible, high-quality education that improves lives and promotes growth in our community offering over 100 Associate Degrees, Diplomas, and Certificates through 40 programs. Our vision is to become Burke County’s educational institution of choice where exemplary faculty and staff offer cutting edge programs of study in an inclusive environment thereby meeting local citizens’ educational needs which will foster regional economic growth. Western Piedmont Community College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award associate degrees.