New Student Programs Coordinator
The Office of Orientation, New Student and Family Programs is a member of the Division of Student Affairs, within the Dean of Students portfolio. Through partnerships with academic services and student services, the office designs and executes a comprehensive orientation and first year experience program to facilitate the transition to Temple University for over 8,500 new students each year. In addition to the New Student Orientation, the office is responsible for parent and family engagement including, but not limited to orientation, Family Weekend, and Family Day.
Reporting to the Director for Orientation, New Student and Family Programs, the Coordinator for New Student Programs facilitates orientation for over 5,300 new first year students, 3,200 transfer students, and assists with family orientation for approximately 2,500 parents, families, and support systems each year. The Coordinator will co-supervise the Owl Team Leader program, Student Coordinators, and Student Office Assistants. Oversight of these staff members includes the execution of all recruitment and selection processes, as well as the training, development, and supervision of each position.
General office operation includes developing marketing and communication plans for orientation programs, new student programs, and student staff positions. This position also supports the Director in executing operational management of the office and database management. Performs other duties as assigned. Required Education and Experience:
Master's degree with concentration in Student Affairs, Higher Education, or related field and at least one year of relevant experience. Demonstrated experience in student and parent/family program development, assessment, and leadership training. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered. Required Skills and Abilities:
*Proficiency working with Microsoft Office (Word, Access and Excel).*Demonstrated ability to handle and prioritize diverse tasks in a fast paced environment.
*Ability to organize multiple projects.
*Ability to recruit, direct, and manage large group of student workers.
*Ability to work in an environment including diverse groups of students, parents, faculty, and staff.
*Strong verbal and written communication skills.
*Strong customer service and interpersonal skills.
*Ability to work flexible hours, including evenings and weekends.
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