The Assistant Director of Student Involvement, under the supervision of the Associate Director for Student Involvement, assists with providing leadership and direction for a multifaceted student involvement program. This consists of advising Greek Organizations, including Panhellenic and InterGreek Council, coordinating and promoting community service/service learning/social justice programs for student volunteers, supporting student leadership programs, and assisting large scale programs such as Orientation, Family Weekend, and Commencement. Pratt's Student Involvement program reflects a strong student development perspective, a commitment to co-curricular student involvement, an appreciation for and encouragement of diversity and an ethic of care.
Serves as the primary support person for recognized Greek organizations (currently 2 national sororities and 1 national fraternity and 1 local fraternity). Advises student leaders on the development and implementation of programs, applicable policies and procedures, risk management, leadership development and organization management.
Work with students who are interested in service learning, community service and social justice to provide meaningful experiences. Provide a clearinghouse for organizations that wish to extend volunteer opportunities to Pratt students. Coordinate community service efforts across campus.
Advise and supervise the student C-Board (community service board).
Partner with C-Board to create and implement large scale programs such as Pratt Day of Service and Alternative Spring Break (ASB) trip.
Promote civic engagement in student leadership programming.
Travel with and support students at local and national conferences.
Participate in training student Orientation staff and implementation of Orientation programs (fall and spring).
Assist in implementation of Family Weekend.
Teach section of Connections (student leadership course).
Support Commencement activities such as graduation fair and Commencement ceremony.
Share responsibility for on-site supervision of evening and weekend student events.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Education: Master's degree, preferably in the field of college student personnel or higher education required.
Experience: At least two year's experience in campus activities or related area (may include graduate internship experience).
Skills: Knowledge of current student affairs issues, excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills.
Please submit your cover letter and resume. If you are selected for an interview, please be prepared to provide at least 5 References via our on-line reference tool system. At least 2 of your References must be, or have been, your direct managers.
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