The Coordinator for Programming and Community Engagement is 12?month, live?off position within the Office of Residential Life. This role is responsible for providing supervision and execution for multiple areas of Residential Life programming, supervision of undergraduate student office staff, and overall management of the residential student fee fund budget.
SUPERVISION RECEIVED: Associate Dean for Residential Life and HousingSUPERVISION EXERCISED: CORE DUTIES:
Manage the departmental programming budget which includes oversight of 12 hall budgets. To include processing programming paperwork, budget forms, and balancing expenditures with Banner.
Rectification of the departmental credit card.
Coordinate data collection and reporting of key performance indicators regarding residential programming and education.
Utilize technology to facilitate and strengthen student engagement and assessment initiatives.
Design, develop, and implement procedures for document preservation and distribution/communication systems, particularly as it relates to programming and engagement initiatives.
Coordinate opportunities for students to provide feedback regarding programs and services.
Assist with the creation and implementation of department signature programs, community spirit events, and central office engagement initiatives.
Coordinate a marketing strategy and communication plan to cohesively weave the Competency Learning Experience into department programming and events, making this opportunity visible to student participants.
Recruit, train, hire, supervise, and evaluate undergraduate student office staff.
Manages and directs Graduate Assistant staff and undergraduate student workers during their central office hours.
Participate in department and divisional committees as assigned.
Coordinate structured and informal student feedback opportunities on behalf of the department.
Support department efforts to build community among the student staff. Design and execute internal processes to stay connected with alumni.
Resolve problems with internal and external constituents (via telephone and email) and maintain strong client service focus.
Engages in opportunities to increase own capacity for equity, diversity, and inclusion and encourages cultural competency among students
Consistently treats others without bias and applies understanding to using practices and policies
Role models behavior which positively contributes to an inclusive work and learning environment
Demonstrates a strong commitment to enhancing multicultural understanding on campus.
Additional duties as assigned.
Ability to complete multiple tasks and make insightful decisions in a fast?paced office environment.
Demonstrate ability to maintain tact, diplomacy, and confidentiality in working with confidential information.
Able to work well with internal and external constituencies. Possess strong interpersonal, communication and organizational skills.
Demonstrate excellent computer skills in Microsoft Office Suite, particularly Excel, Outlook, and Word, and Internet research/social media.
Internal Number: Office of Residential Lif
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