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Under general direction, provides leadership and direction for programs and initiatives that impact student transitions and involvement by working with faculty, staff, and students to develop comprehensive learning opportunities; oversees programs within the University community and/or external University community that may include first-year experience programs, sophomore/junior-year experience programs, senior-year experience programs, student activities, fraternity/sorority life, servant leadership initiatives, learning communities, and commuter/transfer programs.
Knowledge of enrollment planning strategies. Interpersonal/human relations skills. Verbal and written communication skill. Planning/organizational skills. Ability to facilitate productive meetings and work in a team-oriented environment. Ability to relate effectively with students, faculty, and staff. Knowledge of student development theories, Student Affairs, and university policies and resources. Knowledge of student affairs work such as transition programs, fraternity and sorority life, student leader and involvement, and student programming. Sensitivity to the needs of a diverse student population, including minority and international students. Ability to maintain confidential information. Ability to operate a personal computer and various software packages. Ability to work a flexible schedule.
Bachelor’s degree, master’s preferred; supplemented with two (2) years of related experience.
Coordinates and maintains programs that aid in the transition of students and their parents; designs, implements, and coordinates with other University constituents programs and initiatives that assist in the development of students as they transition each year at the university; assesses program efforts for student learning and program improvements.
Oversees event and program management while working with student groups; advises/supervises, recruits, and trains student staff/leaders; develops students through the servant leadership model.
Assists in coordinating departmental programming and initiatives for students, including transition programs, campus traditions, celebratory events, parent/family events, and other ongoing efforts.
Assists with the administrative operations, including the management of operational budgets; coordinates with others marketing initiatives and assists with recruitment efforts involving prospective students; coordinates print and web-based communication to students regarding programs and services.
Establishes ongoing collaborative relationships with academic and student development department as partners for the undergraduate experience, including membership on various campus-wide committees.
Performs other duties as assigned.
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