NODA Graduate Coordinator

Location
Hoboken, NJ
Posted
May 05, 2017
Institution Type
Four-Year Institution


Job Description

The NODA Graduate Coordinator position is a 30-hour per week role within the Office of Undergraduate Student Life and will report directly to the Assistant Director of Student Life. The responsibilities within Freshman Orientation include, but are not limited to the following:
Plan and facilitate portions of our five-day Orientation Leader staff training for 60 student leaders, which includes the coordination of a large-scale community service project
Manage our digital community in an effort to further engage with our new students prior to orientation; this will include, but is not limited to the continuation of our First Year Experience Blog, communication through Facebook, Twitter and Instagram throughout the summer, as well as the exploration and utilization of other platforms
Develop and oversee the implementation of scheduled webinars throughout the summer for new students and their families
Supervise approximately 30 orientation leaders responsible for our First Year Experience Program by overseeing frequent communication and outreach throughout the summer
Assist with program development and execution with International Undergraduate Orientation and Transfer Student Orientation
Develop a six-week comprehensive calendar for our First Year Experience Program that includes programs and events sponsored by various campus offices and departments
Assist with the advancement of our assessment of Freshman Orientation, Parent Orientation, and Orientation Leader Training
Provide general office support throughout the summer as needed
Minimum Qualifications:
A Bachelor's Degree from an accredited institution
Enrolled as a Graduate Student in an accredited institution, preferably concentrating on higher education or student personnel administration
Willingness to learn new skills and an interest in the field of orientation, transition, and retention
Ability to work in a face-paced environment and solve problems as they arise
Good written and verbal communication skills

Department
STUDENT AFFAIRS

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