Program Coordinator, Diversity and Community Involvement (Womens Resource Center)

General Summary:

Develop, administer, coordinate, implement and evaluate programs, activities and support services for the Women's Resource Center. Responsible for the implementation of activities, programs and support services established to provide both academic and student life oriented assistance to the identified student populations. Provide on-site supervision, training, and evaluation to student employees in the department. Provide general administrative support to the department of Diversity and Community Involvement.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
Recruit, train, develop and supervise work-study students, student employees, volunteers and graduate assistant student workers for the Women's Resource Center and other DCI student staff.

Coordinate the daily activities within the Women's Resource Center, including planning, implementing and evaluating the Vagina Monologues, Take Back the Night, Sexual and Domestic Violence Awareness months, and the annual Women of Excellence Luncheon.

Work collaboratively with other departments within Academic and Student Affairs, the campus community, and local community.

Administer programs within assigned fiscal resources, and manage appropriate collection and deposit of cash funds for ticketed events.

Operate within and supervise enforcement of relevant department and university policies and procedures (e.g. university purchasing and marketing policies).

Provide feedback to both supervisors on operational and administrative matters including research of best practices and making recommendations for program changes and improvements.

Coordinate evaluations for the Women's Resource Center, including programs and student performance.

Supervise and work alongside student employees, graduate students and student organizations in planning programs for the Women's Resource Center and department.

Provide guidance and assistance to students in the department.

Conduct one-on-one and group meetings to provide information and mentoring. Identify, develop and submit grant proposals to support departmental activities.

Supervise, plan, manage and implement technology and web-based programs, services and communication/marketing strategies for the Women's Resource Center.

Ensure that the department maintains an active role in relevant state, regional and national professional organizations and associations.

Recommend to supervisors potential collaborations with student organizations, the Division of Academic and Student Affairs, other university programs and areas of community organizations.
Work with DCI staff to create opportunities for student learning and development and to identify relevant student learning and developmental outcomes for all programs and services.

Represent the department and the division on university and/or community planning groups and committees. Perform other related duties as required. Qualifications:
Knowledge and skills in student development and diversity, equity and inclusion practices, typically acquired through the completion of a Master's Degree in educational administration, college student personnel, guidance and counseling, or other related field or the combination of education, work experience, and other relevant credentials that enable the performance of all aspects of the position is required.

One year of professional work experience in either a Women's centered community agency or college Women's Center office is required, including experience in developing and providing support services, educational programming, advocacy, intervention, mentoring, resources and referrals for Women.

Experience in providing oversight to a program or office, including developing and managing budgets, and supervising staff and/or students is required.

Demonstrated knowledge of applicable laws, regulations, risk management guidelines, issues and concerns specific to women is required, including Title IX and sexual assault/sexual violence.

Excellent interpersonal, organizational, oral and written communication skills are necessary.

Expertise in research related to college women's centers work is desirable.

Demonstrated ability to use basic and some advanced functions of Window and/or Mac operating systems, Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), the internet and web-based forms is required.

Working knowledge of research or academic work on diversity or social justice is desirable.

Must be willing to work irregular and flexible hours, including evenings, weekends and some holidays.