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The Student Life and Campus Community office provides leadership, support and oversight of: Campus Activities, Student Organizations, The Sentry Newspaper, Sorority & Fraternity Life, Leadership Programs, the Student Government Association, Community Engagement, and Voter Education. The coordinator plays an active role on the Student Life & Campus Community team. This includes supporting large-scale collaborative initiatives, working with, and supporting peer events, participating in departmental planning, staff training and development, budgeting, and assessment efforts. Student Life supports the Student Experience Curriculum focused on: Career Readiness, Intercultural Competence and Cultural Humility, Leadership Development, Life Skills, and Meaningful Connections.
Reporting to the Assistant Director of Student Organizations in Student Life and Campus Community, the Coordinator of Student Organizations is a vital team member that will develop and provide leadership for a comprehensive student organization program. The student organizations program will encourage student learning, enhance the overall university experience, result in community building, creation of a sense of belongingness at CU Denver and will prepare students for leadership roles and responsibilities. The student organizations program at CU Denver assists students in recruiting members, leadership development, programming and event planning, risk management and the creation of school spirit and community impact. This position supports student organizations in general (leadership coaching, student organizations fairs, student organization workshops) and is additionally assigned to support one of our University Supported Student Organizations (USSO), The Sentry student newspaper and podcast. This specific CSO supervises the student editorial team, working alongside a Journalism Faculty Advisor, supports a variety of business functions for the student newspaper and human resource functions for the office of Student Life. (No journalism experience is required.)
Non TPE participant screening interviews: March 22-24
Finalist Interviews: April 3-7
Anticipated Start: June 1
Minimum Qualifications: A bachelor’s degree in education, communication, social science, women and gender studies, psychology, business, public administration, business administration, higher education, counseling, liberal arts, human services, student affairs, or a directly related field from an accredited institution.
Preferred Qualifications: Master’s degree from an accredited college or university in Higher Education, Counseling or a related field and experience. Additional desired experiences may include:
1-2 years of experience at the graduate assistant or full-time work experience with student clubs and organizations or student media
Working with college students, volunteers and event planning
Experience working with student clubs and organizations
Experience working business functions (purchasing, hiring, payroll)
Experience with social media platforms, content management of websites, Discord, etc.
Experience with training student leaders, writing / delivering / assessing leadership curriculum
Experience with customer service and collaborating with internal and external partners
Founded in 1973, the University of Colorado Denver (CU Denver) offers a modern, comprehensive urban education with multiple paths to success—in life and career—delivered how, when, and where you want it. CU Denver is the state’s premier public urban research university, offering more than 100 degree programs in seven schools and colleges and across a spectrum of bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral, and professional and continuing education options. Research, internship, and apprenticeship experiences are a hallmark of a CU Denver education, giving learners an excellent education and real-work skills and job experience along the way. As part of the state’s largest university system, CU Denver is a major contributor to the Colorado economy, with 2,000 employees and an annual economic impact of $800 million. Student Life & Campus Community, located in the historic Tivoli Student Union and brand new Learning Commons, houses 8 functional areas: Campus Activities, Community Engagement, Leadership Education, Sorority & Fraternity Life, Student Government Association, Student Organizations, the Sentry Newspaper, and Voter Education. We have a team of 9 professional staff and approximately 85 ...student employees. Student Life is committed to the growth and development students outside the classroom through the Student Experience Curriculum (SEC). The SEC focuses on learning goals in the following areas: Career Readiness Competencies, Intercultural Competence & Humility, Leadership Development, Life Skills, and Meaningful Connections.