The Lead Center's 18 staff members lend support to over 1,000 student organizations, 69 fraternities and sororities, student government, Cal Debate, over 50 student publications, multicultural recruitment and retention centers, and the largest student housing cooperative in the country. The LEAD Center not only lends advising, programmatic, and administrative support to these groups, but lives its name by providing critical leadership opportunities to our students.
About the Position Impacting the co-curricular experience by reviewing and modifying policies, practices, and procedures | Acting as a liaison between students, campus departments, and administration | Leading a diverse team of professionals who advise student groups l Assessing and evaluating existing programs within the LEAD Center portfolio | Overseeing a student-centered team who affect students' lives by advocating for what the Registered Student Organizations (RSOs) need | | Providing professional development opportunities for the LEAD Center team | | Hiring, training, supervising, evaluating the staff | Keeping the LEAD Center on task by managing the budget are all components of this position
Qualifications 5-7 years of full-time professional experience in student affairs/higher education with increasing responsibilities | Master's Degree required. | Advanced knowledge of advising and counseling techniques, dialogue facilitation, and conflict mediation | Demonstrated ability to perform duties at a complex level | Experience managing and leading a diverse team of professional staff | Experience in performance management, processes, and services to make improvements | Knowledge and application of project management skills, tools, and techniques | Experience with crises management and protest response | Excellent, proven written and oral communication skills.
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