The Program Coordinator will work with students, Student Affairs Educators, Faculty and Staff to deliver comprehensive, coordinated programming for populations such as males, first-generation, graduate, and professional students. The position also coordinates class-year programming. This position will report to the Director of OST. Programming for focused populations
· Design, coordinate, collaborate with campus partners, and implement programming including social events, leadership development, and career workshops for focus populations including males and first-gen students. Increase awareness among populations of campus resources available to offer support in student success.
· Support programming efforts for first-gen students including the National First-Gen College Celebration and the First-Gen Graduation Celebration (Fall and Spring).
· Serve as advisor to the Graduate and Professional Student Senate (GPSS) in coordination and communication with the Graduate School.
· Serve as an advisor to the Health Sciences Student Leadership Council (HSSLC) which consists of student leaders from the academic programs on that campus.
· Work on developmentally appropriate programming for sophomore, junior, and senior level students.
· Create programing for additional populations based on current needs and trends, which may include adult learners, Latinx students, and/or Spanish-speaking students. Marketing and Outreach
· Provide educational opportunities to campus to bring awareness of the needs of students.
· Coordinate marketing and outreach efforts to include family members, faculty, staff, and administrators.
· Collaborate with departmental, divisional, and campus partners on programming and communication plans. Administrative
· In conjunction with other OST staff, assist in planning, coordinating and monitoring the various activities, functions and services of the unit including Orientation.
· Manage budgets and expenditures related to program areas of responsibility.
· Teach one section of the freshman seminar (COAD 1000) in both fall and spring semesters.
· Other duties as assigned.
Additionally: The Program Coordinator will assist with other programs and services offered by the unit and other campus wide responsibilities. The Program Coordinator assists with the day-to-day functions of the office, assisting with phone calls and walk-in appointments as necessary. This individual attends scheduled staff meetings and other university meetings as assigned. The Program Coordinator may be assigned to special projects or other duties related to the goals of the Office of Student Transitions which may require evening or weekend work.
Special Instructions To Application:
East Carolina University requires applicants to submit a candidate profile online in order to be considered for the position. In addition to submitting a candidate profile online, please submit online the required applicant documents:
Letter of Interest
List of Three References (noting contact information)
Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis.
Master's degree required; or Bachelor's degree plus 2 years of experience. Experience in programming, public speaking, and working to coordinate programs with groups.
Full time or Part time: Full Time
Position Location (city): Greenville
Position Number: 500195
Organizational Unit Overview:
This position is assigned to the Office of Student Transitions (OST) which is part of the Division of Student Affairs. The mission of the Office of Student Transitions (OST) is to provide a coordinated, comprehensive approach to enhancing success for all students; provide services that will enhance the academic efficiency, effectiveness, and independence of our students; and to provide the necessary supports required for improving student satisfaction, academic success, and student retention. These goals are accomplished through the following functional areas: First Year Experience Programs, programming for Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors, and focus populations such as first-generation students, transfers, and male student success programming. Examples of programming for focused populations include the Male Student Success Summit and Manhood Mondays. Because ECU is well over the national average of First-Generation students there is a need to increase support for this student population. Current initiatives include the National First-Generation College Celebration, the
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