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The position provides oversight over staffing, programs, services and resources related to advising student organizations and campus wide events. Currently, UCSD has approximately 600 registered student organizations, including academic, cultural, pre-professional, social, educational and political organizations.
These organizations sponsor over 1,500 events and receive in excess of $500,000 in funding each year. The Associate Director provides supervision of career staff and student assistants responsible for advising, training, and providing event management services to student organizations.
The Associate Director develops policies and procedures that apply to the activities of student organizations in conjunction with the Director of the Center for Student Involvement and educates student organizations about policies and procedures and the possible consequences of policy violations.
In collaboration with other departments and the Director of the Center for Student Involvement, the Associate Director develops procedures that ensure the smooth functioning of student organizations, eliminating unnecessary requirements for student leaders. Ensure uniform application of all policies and procedures from CSI student organization advisors and accurate information is provided by Student Involvement Leadership Consultants.
Assess the risk of student organization events in their planning stages and work with the organizations and campus administrators to reduce the risk. Assist with issues management and mediate intra-organization and interorganizational conflict. Track upcoming events and notify campus officials of newsworthy events and potentially controversial events, or potential student issues. Develop short and long-range goals related to student organization advising and events in alignment with the Student Affairs Strategic Plan, University and departmental priorities. Coordinate unit's assessment of usage, needs, satisfaction, and student achievement of learning outcomes for programs and services. This position reports to the Director of the Center for Student Involvement.
Flexible hours including evening and weekends commitments.
Our employees enjoy competitive compensation packages and educational opportunities in a diverse, stimulating workforce.This position is eligible for full: 1) Health/Dental/Vision Insurance2) Vacation/Holidays 3) Life Insurance4) UC Retirement Plan.
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Salary placement is determined by the education, experience, and qualifications the candidate brings to the position, internal equity, and the hiring department's fiscal resources.
Master's Degree preferred in student affairs, education, leadership studies, counseling or related field and three to five (3 - 5) years of progressively responsible work related to Student Affairs in an academic setting; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Advanced knowledge of advising and counseling techniques. Knowledge of the communication discipline and methods for training in leadership, interpersonal and professional communication and public speaking skill development.
Strong knowledge of Student Affairs/Student Life specialization. Proven knowledge of the history and current trends in leadership and communication theories, models, and philosophies.
Demonstrated to manage full programmatic responsibility for developing and implementing a broad range of programs and services related to leadership and communication skill development.
Strong knowledge of budget practices, including managing program budget, analyzing trends, forecasting funding needs, and identifying and securing financial resources to enact goals.
Highly effective interpersonal, group, and cross-cultural communication skills. Knowledge of the communication discipline and methods for training in leadership, interpersonal and professional communication and public speaking skill development.
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