Student Program Coordinator (Student Organizations)
Job ID: 43111
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Apply On Or Before: 01/01/9999
Student Activities/Organizations Oglesby Union Student Affairs
This position serves as a resource to more than 600 student organizations and their advisors. This position provides training and leadership development opportunities, assists with the University student organization recognition process, and coordinates the event permitting process on behalf of the Student Activities Office. This position will be responsible for advisor training programs on a variety of topics ranging from risk management to organization development. They will also serve as the primary resource person for Nole Central and assist with Leadership Awards Night, and other major office programs.
Responsible for development and implementation of training modules for student leaders and advisors on a variety of topics ranging from risk management to organization development. Oversee advisor support and recognition programs.
Oversee the Event Permitting (EP) process for the Student Activities Office. Generate reports and assist with RSO program planning as needed. Support evening and weekend programs, as needed.
Facilitate the online process for RSO recognition and training. Serve as primary resource for Campus Labs in regard to the Nole Central platform.
Develop, distribute, and compile assessment and evaluation instruments related to recognition process, and training programs. Assist with planning and implementation of Leadership Awards Night.
Attend student committee, Student Activities Staff, as well as Union Staff meetings to gain understanding of the Student Activities Office and Oglesby Union role within the Division of Student Affairs. Interprets Student Affairs rules and ensures University policies and procedures are followed.
A Bachelor's degree and two years of experience related to the duties of this position or a combination or post high school education and experience equal to six years.
Ability to compile printing materials and visual aids for training.
Ability to develop and implement policies, procedures, goals, and objectives.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships.
Ability to prepare, coordinate, and conduct workshops.
Knowledge of and ability to interpret and apply related federal, state, and local laws, ordinances, rules and regulations.
Knowledge of and the ability to interpret and apply related University policies, procedures, principles, and practices.
Knowledge of the principles and practices of event planning and ability to coordinate, organize and evaluate meetings and/or events.
Knowledge of the principles and practices of student program planning, development, and evaluation.
Master's degree in higher education or similar discipline strongly preferred.
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