Salary and benefits are competitive. Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience.
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Priority consideration will be given to those who apply by December 29, 2017
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Our Student Engagement & Activities, has an outstanding opportunity for a Program Manager.
Student Engagement & Activities (SEA) creates opportunities for students to be extraordinary. The primary responsibility of the Program Manager of Student Engagement & Activities is to provide leadership and supervision to one of the following SEA student organizations: Social Justice Organizers, Intercultural Coordinators, Campus Events Board, Club Council, or Student Media Groups. In collaboration with these students and a team of student affairs educators, the Program Manager will support SEA's paramount values of student-driven programs and social justice to deliver innovative, high-impact educational experiences that support leadership development and multicultural competency. The program manager will facilitate program development through oversight of the resources and staff members associated with student affairs, and through the strengthening of divisional and institutional partnerships across campus.
1. Program Direction:
Lead the design and implementation student involvement and leadership programs founded on social justice principles. Collaborate with supervisor, colleagues, students, and other partners as appropriate. Programs to include, but not be limited to events, meetings, facilitations, dialogues, workshops, and events for student leaders, student employees, and student body in general.
Coordinate programs and activities logistics which include preparation of contracts, purchasing, room reservations, registration processes, and other related documents as necessary. Coordinate with other departments as appropriate.
Oversee the coordination of student events, training, as well as ongoing review and enforcement of related policies and procedures.
Supervise and advise one or more of the following groups: Social Justice Organizers, Intercultural Coordinators, Campus Events Board, Club Council, and Student Media Groups. Provide support to student government as needed.
Develop, assess, and revise learning outcomes for student staff, programs, and department.
Oversee and assist in delivering ongoing training, facilitations, and events in direct collaboration with the Diversity Center and other division and campus partners.
Oversee planning of one or more department initiatives which may include student leader training, sessions for new student orientation, student or staff professional development programs, or assessment.
Support department and division student events and programs as needed.
Plan, facilitate, and schedule meetings and trainings with student leaders and groups.
Assist with the development and management of program and department budgets.
Assist with the development and implementation student involvement and leadership opportunities offered by Student Engagement & Activities.
Coordinate and support marketing efforts as needed.
Keep supervisor apprised of emerging or ongoing issues in areas of responsibility.
Purchasing, budget reconciliation, and fiscal oversight of one or more budgets.
Maintain a high level of accessibility to departmental students and external partners, and respond in an appropriate and timely manner to questions, concerns, requests, feedback, and billing inquiries.
2. Supervise, Advise, Recruit, Train and Evaluate Student Staff:
Recruit, train, and evaluate student staff. Apply knowledge of student affairs resources, assessments, and strategies in leadership, conflict management, group decision making, and leadership transition in the recruitment, training, advising, and supervision of student staff and leaders.
Advise student staff on budgeting, program design, and implementation of programs, events, and initiatives. Train student staff and club officers of applicable Federal, State, University and Student Affairs policies, procedures and rules regarding operations and expenditures of funds, as well, as the intent and rational behind regulations.
Meet with students one-on-one and in small groups to provide organization advising, including group advising, one-on-one advising, and event/program advising. Make referrals to appropriate resources as needed
Serve as an advisor for student clubs and organizations.
Supervise part-time program coordinator(s) and interns as needed.
Develop, assess, and revise learning outcomes for student staff, programs, and the office.
3. Programming and Facilities Management:
Assist the Assistant Director in managing usage and operations of student spaces such as the Involvement and Leadership Office.
Support development and implementation of the Activities and Recreation Center policies and procedures as needed.
Support and assist as needed in the scheduling of student spaces on campus
4. Other Duties as Assigned:
Serve as a liaison between Student Engagement & Activities and university service/program constituencies in all areas related to Student Engagement & Activities programs.
Serve and participate on University events and committees as assigned or designated.
Perform additional duties as required.
Bachelor's degree in Education, Counseling, or related field.
2+ years of experience working directly with college or university student programs and events, student facilities, student government, student advising, or similar programs/services. Graduate assistantships in a related field may be substituted for full-time experience.
Experience supervising and mentoring student staff.
Experience with leading dialogues and facilitations, student supervision, and program development/implementation.
Experience working with a diverse community and commitment to diversity and social justice.
Equivalent education/experience will substitute for all minimum qualifications except when there are legal requirements, such as a license/certification/registration.
Master's degree in a related field.
Experience in budget development and management
Experience working directly with student social justice and diversity programs, clubs and club programs, or student media and publications advising.
Demonstrated knowledge of student development theory, adult learning, and/or organizational psychology.
Familiarity with OrgSync, CollegiateLink, Engage, or similar group management software platform.
CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:
This position requires occasional evening and limited weekend commitments that relate directly to programming responsibilities. There are periods of intensive programming throughout the year, which may require additional hours beyond the normal work week.
Appointment to this position is contingent upon obtaining satisfactory results from a criminal background check
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