Campus Life Coordinator
Posted: January 18, 2013
Assistant Dean for Campus Life
The Campus Life Coordinator is primarily responsible for coordinating a comprehensive involvement program with respect to campus clubs and organizations.
Nature of Work:
The Campus Life Coordinator reports to the Assistant Dean for Campus Life. The Campus Life Coordinator plans, implements and assesses activities and programs designed to enhance campus life and student involvement in clubs and organizations.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Conduct ongoing evaluations of student clubs/organizations and their membership as related to the mission of the Department of Campus Life
- Advise student club/organization leaders
- Maintain current knowledge of policy and procedure regarding clubs and organizations
- Implement, coordinate, and assess comprehensive advisor and club officer training programs
- Review, revise, and administer the advisor and officer handbooks
- Coordinate annual club and organization budget proposal process
- Serve as the primary contact and resource for clubs and organizations
- Develop and implement opportunities for additional faculty/staff involvement with regards to clubs and organizations
- Coordinate, plan, and implement annual Homecoming activities and programs
- Monitor and track student community service hours
- Advise student organizations in their planning of activities
- Implement, administer, and maintain a college-wide co-curricular transcript process
- Meet weekly with the Director of Campus Life
- Maintain current knowledge of departmental, divisional and college policies
- Develop, implement, and assess programs, activities and services to satellite campuses
- Encourage club/organization participation with recreational and intramural programs
- Effectively utilize and conduct trainings systems within Orgsync
- Serve as the evening building monitor for the Student Center
- Other duties as assigned
Required/Desired Knowledge, Abilities & Skills:
- Enthusiasm working with a college population and desire to enhance the college experience
- Knowledge of theories of college student development and ability to implement those theories into practice
- Ability to assess the programming needs and effectiveness of student clubs and organizations
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office
- Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal skills
- Ability to work independently and also function as a team player
- A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university is required in Student Affairs, Education, Leadership, Public Administration or related field; a Master’s degree is preferred. Experience will be taken into consideration if the applicant’s degree is outside of the fields listed.
- Membership and participation in professional organizations is encouraged
- Must be able to lift up to 25 pounds
A Complete Application Must Include:
- A current resume.
- Letter of application addressing the above responsibilities and qualifications.
- Names, addresses, telephone numbers, and e-mail addresses of three current references.
- Unofficial transcripts of all college work. Official transcripts with college/university seal will be required prior to employment.
- Finalists will be required to submit to a background investigation.
Review of applications begins immediately.
Women and Minorities are encouraged to apply
Contacts: Gulma Heflin or Robbin Burriss (Staff), Beth Tison or Barbara Blackburn (Faculty)
Any corrections/updates to information listed on these pages are required to go through the contacts listed above.