Detailed Job Description
The Director of Student Activities and Orientation will develop, coordinate, market and oversee all aspects of student activities. The position will also serve as advisor to the Campus Activities Committee, teach a section of EDL110 and serve on multiple committees.
Develop and implement dynamic, intellectually stimulating and comprehensive student activities including Fall Fest, Spring Fling and Welcome Week, and leadership development programs that serve a diverse student body. Create and coordinate a variety of effective marketing initiatives and website information to promote office activities and functions. Coordinate all aspects of Student Orientation, Advising & Registration (SOAR), including schedule and session development, collaboration with other offices and departments, and assessment. Recruit, train and supervise student employees for student activities and orientation. Manage and oversee budgets for the Office of Student Activities, Orientation, and Campus Activities Committee. Supervise a half-time classified support position in the Student Activities and Orientation Office. Coordinate efforts to assist student organizations in the recognition and registration process, compliance with University and campus regulations, budget and accounting procedures, membership recruitment, program planning and assessment, promotional efforts and other tasks. Provide supervision and general oversight of the Schwarm Commons and the Student Activities Office. Provide leadership development opportunities and training for all students with a special focus on student organization leaders and student employees. Serve as the advisor to the Campus Activities Committee. Teach a section of EDL 110: The University and the Student or its equivalent each semester. Serve on multiple committees, including the Regional Strategic Enrollment Team, Student Concerns Committee and the Presidents Distinguished Service Award Committee. Perform other duties as assigned by supervisor.
Master's degree in college student personnel or related field and relevant work experience.
Experience with diverse, first-generation and nontraditional commuter students.
Special Instructions to Applicants
Employment will require a criminal background check according to University guidelines.