Asst. Director of Students Activities

Job description

Job Title:Assistant Director of Student Activities
Reports To:Director of Student Activities
Status: Exempt

Primary Duties and Responsibilities

1.Assist the Director of Student Activities in planning and offering students a comprehensive student activities program.
2.Attend and staff evening and weekend student events, including Family Weekend, Spirit of the Mount Week, Mount Olympics, Bonfire, Spring Weekend, Admissions Events and other co-curricular programming.
3.Assist in the planning and implementation of the New Student Orientation and Opening Day, including the hiring, training, and supervision of the orientation student staff.
4.Serve as the primary advisor to campus clubs, organizations, and the Mount Activities and Programing Board.
5.Oversee the overall marketing and social media for student activities events and update the content on a regular basis.
6.Work closely with student leaders to identify ways to increase student participation in leadership roles.
7.Assist the Director of Student Activities with the oversight of SGA funds and the Student Government Finance Board.
8.Work collaboratively with the Academic Coaches, Resident Directors, and other essential campus offices to offer a comprehensive student leadership program.
9.Prepare a master calendar of student activities for campus circulation and promotion.
10.Assisting with reservation requests of rooms through the ASTRA system and work orders for events.
11.Assist in the supervision of the office assistant, graduate assistant and work-study students for student activities.
12.Assist with the supervision of the college shuttle, including the schedule, drivers, etc.
13.Participate in College-wide functions and committees.
14.Assume other duties as assigned by the Director of Student Activities and/or Vice President of Students.

Requirements

1.Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s degree preferred.
2.Two years’ experience in campus activities.
3.Must be student-centered and have integrity and excellent communication skills.
4.Positively engage students, demonstrating patience, empathy, friendliness, enthusiasm, and kindness.
5.Demonstrate a high degree of flexibility and self-motivation, as well as strong organizational abilities.
6.Willingness to work hard and to manage projects to successful completion.
7.This position requires the ability to collaborate with others.
8.Evening and weekend hours will be required.
 

 

 

 

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Posted: 6/12/2019
Application Due: 7/7/2019
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