Program Coordinator for Multicultural Student Programs

Kennesaw, GA
Oct 05, 2017
Faculty Jobs
Institution Type
Four-Year Institution

Performs a variety of professional and administrative duties in support of the day-to-day operations of a function, program, and/or dept; assists in program planning & development; interpret, monitor, & analyze information regarding operating policies & procedures; administers budgets; & coordinate academic and/or staff personnel matters. Performs "mid-level" administrative support duties; not a secretarial position.

Reporting to the Assistant Director of Multicultural Student Affairs for Multicultural Student Programs (MSP), this position leads Kennesaw Campus's multicultural programming, manages the Cultural Awareness Resource Center (CARC), advises the African American Student Alliance (AASA), and supports the retention, progression, and graduation of students of color and all historically underrepresented student populations. As an experienced program planner, this position will supervise the development, implementation, and assessment of MSP related events and programs (e.g., Black History Month, Hispanic Heritage Month, Native American Heritage Month, Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, etc.), support and lead MSP signature events (e.g., MSP Week of Welcome, Multicultural Student Graduation, MLK Week, etc.), and manage the CARC student success workshop series. As a diversity programmer that provides detailed administrative support, this position will track and manage MSP and CARC budgets and expenditures, purchase and maintain CARC resources, create marketing materials for unit events and programs, manage appropriate unit social media and websites. In addition, this position will manage student employees (e.g., student assistants and work-studies).

Kennesaw State University is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and does not discriminate on the basis of age, color, disability, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, and/or veteran status.

Required Qualifications:
Bachelor's degree and 1 year of experience working with underrepresented populations.

Desired Quilifications:
Bachelor's Degree and 3yrs. of related experience OR a High School Diploma and 2yrs. of college coursework and 5yrs. of related experience OR High School diploma and 7 years