Prog Mgr, Student Involvement

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Prog Mgr, Student Involvement

  • Employment type: Staff - Regular
  • Bargaining Unit: BU Exempt
  • Shift: 8
  • 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Hours Per Week: 40
  • FTE: 1
  • Division:Unclassified PSA FT
  • Location: Main Campus Academic
  • Number of Openings: 1
  • Salary Range: $45,000
  • Grade: Salaried MC - UN06
  • Float: N/A
  • Rotate: N/A
  • On Call: N/A
  • Travel: N/A
  • Weekend/Holiday: N/A
Position Description
  • The Program Manager for Student Involvement will be the full
    time advocate and strategist for on and off campus student involvement,
    including the oversight of all registered student organizations. The Program
    Manager advises student leaders to plan and successfully execute innovative
    programs that are both social and academic. The Program manager will assist and
    develop a plan for community service and outreach. The Program Manager plans
    initiatives to connect students with involvement opportunities. The person
    holding this position leads the planning of Student Involvement Fair and
    supports the execution of annual university events such as Welcome Weeks,
    Student Organization & Leadership Awards Gala, and other initiatives. The
    Program Manager helps oversee the Involvement Network (InvoNet), online
    database for student organizations and events. This position advises Campus
    Activities & Programming (CAP) and Student Allocation Committee (SAC). The
    Program Manager provides functional supervision to office staff for tasks
    associated with student involvement. The Program Manager assists in the
    management of the general operations for the Office of Student Involvement
    & Leadership, including strategic planning, risk-management, supervision of
    student employees, budget oversight, marketing, and assessment. The person
    holding this position will also represent the Division of Student Affairs and
    the office through committee work, departmental and divisional tasks, campus
    and community relations, and assigned projects. This position will require
    evening and weekend work as well as periodic travel. Flexibility and direct
    open communication with all stakeholders is essential.            


    Position open until filed with priority given to candidates who submit their application by Sunday,
    March 10, 2019.


  • Education/experience/licensing:

    Master's Degree from an accredited four (4) year college or
    university, major in Higher Education, College Student Personnel, Counseling,
    Business Administration, or a related field.

    Minimum one (1) year of full-time, professional experience
    or two (2) years of graduate assistant experience in a higher education setting
    or related field.

    Broad knowledge of student development and leadership
    theories and ability to apply theories to professional practice and

    Experience advising student organizations.

    Must have a strong background in student involvement and/or
    event planning. Familiarity with policies relevant to student organizations.

    Experience initiating, planning, implementing, and
    evaluating events as well as ongoing programming efforts.

    Must be committed to diversity and inclusion and have a
    proven ability to effectively work with diverse populations.

    Proficiency with office technology.

    Communication and other skills:

    Strong listening and organizational skills.

    Excellent oral and written communication skills.

    Comfortable public speaking in large and small groups.

    Demonstrated problem-solving, conflict resolution, team
    management, and leadership skills.

    Ability to effectively communicate utilizing social media and
    other electronic communication systems.

    Ability to prioritize, strategically plan, work in
    fast-paced environment and meet deadlines with frequent interruptions and
    change of focus.                   

Working Conditions:

  • Works in a professional office environment with possible high stress levels. Maintaining standard office hours Monday to Friday, 8:15am to 5:00pm is essential, with regularly required nights and weekends. Physical demands such as lifting, standing on feet for several hours, and carrying items including but not limited to tables, tents, banners, flyers, promotional items, etc. will be regularly required. Frequently lifting and carrying items up to 25 lbs. Frequently traveling between buildings on campus. Works with high volume of students .

The above list of duties is intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by people assigned to this classification. It is not to be construed as an exhaustive list of duties performed by the people so classified, nor is it intended to limit or modify the right of any supervisor to assign, direct and control the work of employees under his/her supervision.The University of Toledo is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. The University of Toledo does not discriminate in employment, educational programs, or activities on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, ancestry, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, military or veteran status, disability, familial status, or political affiliation. The University of Toledo provides reasonable accommodation to individuals with disabilities. If you require accommodation to complete this application, or for testing or interviewing, please contact the Human Resources Department at 419-530-4747.

Computer access is available at most public libraries and at the Office of Human Resources located in the Academic Services Center, Suite 1000 on the Scott Park Campus or at the satellite HR Office located at the Facilities Services Building, Suite 1000 on the Health Science Campus.




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Job No:
Posted: 2/19/2019
Application Due: 4/30/2019
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