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<p><strong>Job Description Summary:</strong><p>Under the supervision of the Director of Civic and Community Engagement, this position will coordinate co-curricular community engagment activities. Duties include event planning, workshop/training delivery to students and community partners, conducting assessments, managing and maintaining database/software system and social media, managing community partnerships and collaboration with Student Affairs. The events/programs include Freshman Community Engagement Day, <span >MLK</span> day of Service, Federal Work Study- Community Service, Student Organization Community Service program support, etc.<p><strong>Specific Duties:</strong><p>1. Coordinate and manage Federal Work Study – Community Service program – recruit student workers for community placements, supervise Federal Work Study-Community Service student workers, manage relationships with community partners, facilitate training/reflection for student workers, maintain paperwork , develop reports, and evaluate program;
<p>2. Coordinate, plan and execute two community service days – Freshman La Verne Experience (<span >FLEX</span>)Community Engagement Day and <span >MLK</span> Day of Service;
<p>3. Manage and maintain community engagement software;
<p>4. Support student organizations and student groups interested in participating in community service opportunities with risk management training, connecting them to community partners, and reflection;
<p>5. Collaborate with Student Affairs on various projects related to community engagement, especially residence life;
<p>6. Support regional campuses with local co-curricular community engagement activities
<p>7. In coordination with the <span >OCCE</span> Director, produce monthly <span >OCCE</span> electronic newsletter; and
<p>8. Other duties as assigned<p><strong>Minimum Qualifications:</strong><p>Bachelor’s degree
<p>Major field of Study:Higher Education Administration/Non-profit Administration, Leadership training/development, Community Engagement/Community Relations, Communications, Sociology, Ethnic Studies, Education or other related fields.<p><strong>Preferred Qualifications:</strong><p>Master’s degree<p><strong>FTE:</strong><p>100<p><strong>Location:</strong> La Verne Central Campus<p><strong>Work Schedule:</strong><p>Some evenings and weekends required for special events.<p><strong>Benefits Summary:</strong><p>The hiring range for this position is dependent upon qualifications and departmental equity. Benefits of employment include a comprehensive health and welfare plan, tuition remission program for employee, spouse and dependent children and a generous 10% contribution to the University’s 403B retirement plan.<p><strong>Special Instructions Summary:</strong><p>We intend to fill this position as soon as possible for the Fall 2014-2015 semester.
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