The Associate Director for Student Involvement is responsible for providing direction and supervision to staff supporting the Campus Activities Board, advising the Student Government Association and Class Councils, and for the coordination, creation, development, implementation and administration of comprehensive campus programming in conjunction with the staff of the Student Involvement Office. -Supervise the two Assistant Directors of Student Involvement, who advise the Campus Activities Board. -Provide advising to the Student Government Association (SGA) Class Councils. -Provide advising to one or more Student Government Association (SGA) Senate Committees. -Provide advising support to the University Homecoming Committee. -Provide program development and implementation of campus-wide activities such as 49er New Year and Haunted Union. -Coordinate assessment efforts for the Student Involvement Office. -Implement event contracting and routing processes. -Provide programming education including, but not limited to, orientation and training efforts; leadership programs; and potential academic course instruction. -Provide support for the strategic direction of the unit. -Provide budget development and oversight. -Provide support for marketing and promotion of programs and activities. -Other duties as assigned by the Director for Student Involvement
Minimum Experience / Education:
-Master's degree required -Minimum three years full-time professional work experience in Student Affairs, preferably working with a diverse student body.
Preferred Education Skills and Experience:
-Master's degree in Student Personnel, Higher Education Administration or related area is preferred. -Prior supervision experience preferred. -Knowledge and practice of student development theory, counseling and advising practice, and issues related to traditional college students. -Experience working with student organizations, program planning and implementation, training and student development program delivery. -Able to work effectively with others in a team environment. -Willingness and flexibility to work with students and staff in unstructured situations including night and weekend activities. -Ability to manage budget and assessment efforts. -Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
UNC Charlotte is North Carolina's urban research institution. Our campus is located in the piedmont of North Carolina, just two hours from the mountains and three hours from the Atlantic Ocean. A large public university with a small college feel, more than 27,200 students consider UNC Charlotte’s 1,000-acre campus their home away from home.