Program Coordinator, Student Support Services (S3) and CARE Team
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts
Internal Number: 22737
PROGRAM COORDINATOR, STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES (S3) AND CARE TEAM, Student Support and Wellbeing,to be the first to work as a part of two dynamic teams within Student Support and Wellbeing and support the mission of supporting students, facilitating their academic success, and educating them about living healthy and purposeful lives. Will assist in supporting the academic success and personal growth of students by serving on the S3 Drop-in team, a team dedicated to quick, easy, same-day access to student support as well as be a part of the CARE Team, a team dedicated to supporting students with highest critical needs.
REQUIRED: bachelor's degree; one year of experience in higher education or other mission-driven environment; interest in student support/wellbeing, human services, and supporting individuals in distress; knowledge of the general needs of college students, college student health/mental health, and risk factors for the college student population; ability to advise students and work collaboratively with faculty, administrators, and students; desire to work with a diverse population; strong interpersonal and communication skills; excellent judgment and discretion with confidential information; initiative; a flexible approach to responsibilities in a dynamic, high energy environment; and ability to work with spreadsheets, databases, web software and generally navigate technology. PREFERRED: master's degree in higher education, counseling, or related field. Job #22737-5
Salary: high $50k, depending on experience
This is a hybrid position with the opportunity to work from home one to two days per week.
Please submit a resume and cover letter.
Employment is conditional upon the successful completion of a background check and credential check.
The mission of MIT is to advance knowledge and educate students in science, technology and other areas of scholarship that will best serve the nation and the world in the 21st century whether the focus is cancer, energy, economics or literature