Director Of Student Affairs Job Description Sample
Program Coordinator For Student Affairs
Located in a historic neighborhood in the nation's capital, Georgetown offers rigorous academic programs, a global perspective, exciting ways to take advantage of Washington, D.C., and a commitment to social justice. Our community is a tight knit group of remarkable individuals interested in intellectual inquiry and making a difference in the world.
The Office of Student Affairs at the School of Medicine encompasses several functional units that are critical to all academic and extracurricular aspects of medical student life, including their personal and professional well-being. This office is created to better embody Cura Personalis – as formation and support of the whole student/physician-in-training. Among the extensive services provided through Medical Student Affairs (MSA) are core services such as Registrar, Financial Aid, mentoring, liaison with student government and learning societies, counseling, residency applications advising, student orientations and graduation, and other school/student events. This office is designed to more effectively improve the interface for students in a central customer responsive fashion.
The Student Affairs Program Coordinator works to fulfill administrative medical student needs and requests in support of their academic and extracurricular endeavors from matriculation through graduation. Reporting to the Assistant Dean for Student Affairs, the incumbent performs a wide array of duties which include but are not limited to:
Office of Student Affairs communications: 1) cover the main office phone line, fielding inquiries/requests from students, faculty, staff, parents, public, vendors, etc. and filling or dispatching their needs with strong customer service skills, resourceful attitude, and ability to work well amid frequent interruptions required; must be resourceful and committed to accommodating needs of all shapes and sizes, 2) participate in coverage of the main Student Affairs email account to ensure thorough and helpful response in a timely manner – shared office responsibility, 3) MedThread blog for academic and extracurricular announcements, opportunities, feature stories, and misc. postings to the GUMC announcement, 4) web site maintenance and updates for pages under GUSOM Student Affairs management
Support and serve on the student-run Learning Society Advisory Committee (LSAC) as the main Student Affairs representative; provide complex assistance to LSAC, Georgetown Student Mentorship Program (GSMP) and all 5 Learning Societies in the planning, execution and monitoring of theirrelated events and initiatives; liaison with relevant offices in the GUSOM administration including Finance & Admin for approval of reimbursement requests and contracts with outside vendors
Student-organized events, fundraisers, clubs, programs in a similar capacity as listed above
Assist Director of Student Affairs and Assistant Dean for Student Affairs with execution and management of annual medical school requirements including N95 mask fit testing, flu shot, TB clearance and PPD clinics, immunizations, Student Handbook verification, etc.
Maintain student records; produce upon student request; assist with tracking compliance of annual requirements; draft corresponding documentation needed (high volume) including complex letters of verification, good standing and/or recommendation
Manage work study / temp / intern office assistant in conjunction with the Director of Student Affairs for completion of administrative tasks as assigned by Sr Assoc / Asst Dean for Student Affairs
Help the Assistant Dean for Student Affairs with all action items and follow-through related to business continuity and meeting the high volume of medical student needs
Triage student and faculty needs/requests as they arise in person, by phone or by email; provide referral to appropriate resources or members of the administration and assist each individual with reaching a timely resolution. Strong customer service skills and follow-through required.
Provide specialized support and assistance to off cycle medical students (e.g. students who take a leave of absence or have an amended academic plan) under the direction of the Sr Assoc / Asst Deans for Student Affairs and Director of Student Affairs. Coordinate administrative logistics, liaison with relevant SOM offices and members of the administration, and assist with tracking procedures.
Additionally, s/he provides coordination, staffing, and admin support for academic committees and programs at the School of Medicine such as the summarized, but not exhaustive, list included below:
Pre-Clinical and Clinical Advising programs in conjunction with the Office of Medical Education
Monthly Committee on Students and related subcommittees; Committee on Student Appeals
Professionalism investigations and hearings
Selection processes for various student, faculty and staff award programs and honor societies (e.g. AOA, Gold Humanism, miscellaneous annual internal and external awards/recognition)
Comprehensive large-scale event planning: First & Second Year Orientations, M1 Retreat, Graduation, White Coat Ceremony, Donor Mass; Golden Apple, String of Pearls and Warwick Evans
Under the direction and oversight of the Senior Associate Dean of Students, the incumbent will report to the Assistant Dean for Student Affairs (supervisor) and Director of Student Affairs to coordinate and facilitate more effective access to core student services in addition to providing hands-on comprehensive support to student-run and school-sponsored events, programs and activities. S/he serves as the gateway to the Student Affairs office and is the first point of contact for individuals contacting the office through the main Student Affairs phone line, email account and office location including medical students requiring letters of recommendation, proof of documentation and general assistance from the Student Affairs Office. Liaison with student-run organizations and other departments at Georgetown and our affiliate sites. The Student Affairs Program Coordinator works in support of the other Student Affairs team to point students toward resources they may need in order to ensure all requirements are met, documentation is accounted for, and students are connected with the appropriate support services to facilitate wellbeing and reaching their full potential in medical school and beyond. The Student Affairs Program Coordinator will also assist the Student Affairs team in administrative functions of the office.
Requirements and Qualifications
S/he should at the minimum have a Bachelor's Degree with related paid or unpaid work/extracurricular experience in customer service, event planning, office administration, communications/PR, higher education, and/or similar fields. The Student Affairs Program Coordinator will need to have advanced knowledge of current software package (i.e. Windows, MS Office). Ability to create and manage web sites with a working knowledge of Web based surveys and electronic platforms is a plus.
Plan, develop, and administer student affairs programs, policies and procedures and operations;
Work effectively as a member of the School of Medicine administrative team;
Select, train, supervise, motivate and evaluate student managers and otherstaff;
Deal effectively, empathetically, diplomatically and fairly withstudents;
Make effective decisions and take independentaction;
Research and analyze information;
Identify trends and foresee problems;
Visibly and positively represent the Georgetown University School of Medicine to the public;
Ability to manage, organize, prioritize and meet deadlines
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Program Administrator, Student Affairs
Position SummaryAssist the Director of Student Affairs with the development and direction of programs and services provided by the Division of Student Affairs to the university community. Create and implement programs for students at all levels that will enhance their experiences on campus.
Supervise the production of all publications. Assist with the management of the office, supervise staff and participate in the development of office budget; create and manage budgets for specific programs. Advise students on issues covering a broad range of topics and help facilitate their endeavors.
Qualifications Required Education:Bachelor's degree and Preferred Education:Master's in Higher Education or equivalent Required Experience:3 years' relevant professional-level experience in program and events planning, staff supervision, and budget management or an equivalent combination of education and experience Preferred Experience:Experience in a college or university setting working with a diverse population. Required Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:Ability to plan and implement large-scale events and resolve problems. Excellent organizational, interpersonal and communication skills.
Ability to communicate with a diverse population verbally and in writing. Familiarity with standard office software. Additional InformationEOE/AA/Minorities/Females/Vet/Disabled/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity
Assistant Director Of Student Affairs
The Assistant Director of Student Affairs (ADSA) plans and implements comprehensive programming around social, educational, cultural and leadership activities. The ADSA responds to student needs through advocacy, implementation of specific programs, and contributes to the development of student life at Juilliard. Anticipated hours are Monday through Friday, 10 am – 6pm. This position requires frequent evening and occasional weekend work including major school-wide events such as New Student Orientation.
Collaborate with the Assistant Dean of Student Affairs to establish goals and objectives for the student engagement program;
Co-supervise the Student Affairs Associate (professional staff position) and the daily operations of the Student Affairs Office;
Supervise the Student Engagement Assistant (graduate assistant).
Programming and Resources
Conceptualize, plan and implement educational and social events and programs including the oversight of marketing and publicity;
Hire, train, and supervise the Campus Activities Board (12 students);
Coordinate commuter student services and programs;
Collaborate with various departments to produce multicultural, diversity, leadership, health, wellness, safety, and compliance programs and initiatives by serving as chair of the Student Engagement Team (SET).
Manage designated programming budgets.
Student Leadership Development
Develop and implement all aspects of the Juilliard Leadership Program including semi-annual leadership retreats, nomination process and leadership seminars;
Serve as administrative liaison for Juilliard Student Council;
Oversee all student organizations including compliance with policies and procedures, group leader training, advisor training and budget allocations;
Coordinate the student staff selection process.
New Student Orientation
Assist in the implementation of New Student Orientation (NSO) and Parent/Family Orientation;
Hire, train, and supervise the orientation team (30 students);
Coordinate all social events, activities, and assigned educational sessions for NSO;
Assist with the communication and dissemination of information to new students including digital and social media.
Serve as conduct officer to adjudicate violations of school policies;
Collaborate with the Student Affairs Associate to manage departmental social media;
Compile and oversee dissemination of resources, activities and amenities to students through social media, email, electronic bulletin boards, Student Events Calendar and monthly e-blasts;
Assist with student and campus emergencies or urgent matters as needed;
Other duties as assigned by the Associate Dean for Student Development and/or Assistant Dean of Student Affairs.
2-3 years' experience in student affairs/activities; involvement in working with diverse populations, student programming, orientation, student clubs/organizations or leadership development;
Experience in developing and implementing training for paraprofessional staff;
Experience with emergency/crisis response, and student conduct systems;
Strong interpersonal, communication and organizational skills and the ability to speak effectively to students, faculty, parents/guardians, school administrators and external vendors;
Attention to detail and ability to multitask;
Computer skills using software packages including, Microsoft Office Suite and working knowledge of social networking media
Knowledge of computer software, student information system, and willingness/ability to learn new technology;
Ability to perform and collaborate within a team as well as work independently;
An interest and appreciation of the performing arts is desired
Vice President For Student Affairs
Midland University, a private, Christian, liberal arts university in Fremont, Nebraska (just outside of metro Omaha), is seeking a Vice President for Student Affairs. The Vice President for Student Affairs (VPSA) provides strategic leadership and operational oversight for all non-academic aspects of student engagement and campus life. This role reports directly to the President. The VPSA is a key member of a collaborative Senior Leadership Team. This is a creative, non-bureaucratic position and the ideal candidate will possess a vision for contemporary student affairs. The VPSA is responsible for creating and maintaining a student-centered culture, developing and implementing programs and procedures consistent with best practices, and collaborating with colleagues (especially Academic Affairs) to strengthen student retention and engagement. As the chief student advocate and student development officer, the VPSA provides vision, leadership, and direction to a comprehensive student affairs department which includes: residential housing and residential life, student involvement and leadership programs, campus ministry, diversity and inclusion, student clubs and organizations, Greek life, student government, new student orientation, student conduct, student health and counseling, ADA, campus safety and security, student advising, and food services.
Guide the success of students from orientation through graduation
Promote effective working relationships between departments to create a seamless student experience
Collaborate and partner on university initiatives to improve retention and graduation rates
Create a supportive, responsive, and inclusive campus community that is welcoming to all and results in positive student relations and engagement.
Provide sustainable, cost-effective programs that meet the unique needs of Midland students
Assess student outcomes and demonstrate a commitment to continuous improvement and accountability
Mentor and develop a high performing staff of professionals who are knowledgeable and experienced in student development, passionate about working with our students, and committed to Midland.
Serve as an active, collaborative and effective contributor to the Senior Leadership Team
Develop training and other proactive initiatives to improve student safety and lead during student related crises
Oversee student conduct and student related campus policies
Ensure that all programs and services in Student Affairs comply with relevant state and federal laws
Candidates must have a Master's degree (terminal degree preferred), and experience in student engagement strategies and campus life initiatives. They must also have the ability to:
Bring innovative solutions to student success and institutional challenges/opportunities
Demonstrate enthusiasm for serving and advocating for students, both individually and collectively
Build strong student relationships by listening effectively and displaying empathy
Project a strong positive image of the university through public speaking, personal interaction with faculty, staff, students, parents, community leaders and others
Craft retention strategies utilizing institutional data to determine student satisfaction and engagement
Lead, mentor and develop a high-performing, student-oriented team
Work collaboratively with peers as part of the university's Senior Leadership Team
Embrace Midland's foundation and history as a Christian, liberal arts university
Create a culture responsive to student concerns
Demonstrate commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion
Provide effective response and assistance to students in crisis situations
Demonstrate effective conflict resolution skills
Midland University offers participation in a fully-insured medical/prescription plan with a Health Savings Account, life and long-term disability insurance, 403b retirement option and educational benefits for both the employee and his/her dependents. In addition, employees have the option of participating in dental, vision, voluntary life, and supplemental insurance plans. Wages will be commensurate with education, experience, and individual strengths.
Vice Chancellor For Academic And Student Affairs
Baton Rouge Community College (BRCC) seeks to fill the Vice Chancellor for Academic and Student Affairs located in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. This is a full-time, twelve-month, position and is open until filled.
REPORTS TO: This position reports directly to the Chancellor. This position serves as a member of the Chancellor's cabinet contributing to the development of new programs, budget and strategic planning, and articulation and advancement of the long-range vision for academic and student affairs at the college. This position oversees all accreditation reporting requirements and works collaboratively with other key members of the Chancellor's cabinet in developing and sustaining relationships with educational, business and community partners.
Anticipated starting salary will be commensurate with education and work experience. For more
information about Baton Rouge Community College, visit www.mybrcc.edu.
Applicants for this position should submit a cover letter, resume, transcripts and the names and contact information of three work-related references to:
Baton Rouge Community College
Office of Human Resources
Mary Gloston, Interim Chief HR Officer
201 Community College Drive
Baton Rouge, LA 70806
Applications should be received by August 30, 2018 but will be accepted until the position is filled.
A criminal background check will be required of all selected applicants. An offer of employment is contingent upon passing a pre-employment background check.
This organization participates in the E-verify program. For more information on E-verify, please contact DHS at 1-888-464-4218.
BRCC does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, religion, sex, national origin, age, mental or physical disability, or veteran's status in its programs and activities and provides equal access to its programs and activities.
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: The Vice Chancellor of Academic and Student Affairs (VCASA) must possess the following:
Minimum of eight years of executive leadership experience at a college or university
Proven experience with SACSCOC accreditation and reaffirmation
Demonstrated leadership exemplified by the successful implementation of student success initiatives derived from campus innovations and national initiatives
Demonstrated experience in working with academic deans and faculty members on all aspects of program improvement, governance, and professional development
Demonstrated levels of excellence in forming relationships and partnerships
Record of securing grants and external resources for programs and services
Record of commitment to the community college mission and goals related to student access, equity and success
PREFERRED REQUIREMENTS: Doctorate degree from a regionally-accredited university. Demonstrated experience in a multi-campus/site environment with campuses that are located in both urban and suburban communities, and demonstrated experience as a faculty member with a record of scholarship and promotion in rank. Job Concepts
GENERAL FUNCTION: This position serves as the chief academic and student affairs officer for the college, providing vision and innovative leadership needed to advance the college's academic programs while creating a positive learning environment for student engagement. This key leadership function will be responsible for working with deans and department heads to expand all academic credit programs, student affairs, and various services throughout the college to enhance and improve innovative learning strategies that support student retention and success.
Examples of Work
Accountable for improving student outcomes through college-wide benchmarks that are supported by every division of the college.
Provides college-wide leadership in the areas of Student Engagement, Student Learning, College Pathways, Faculty Development and technology applications for teaching.
Provides vision and leadership and works effectively with the Chancellor to further the interest, mission and goals of the college.
Initiates and directs enrollment operations and ensures consistency in the development and implementation of enrollment services and the enrollment experiences at all sites.
Ensures the Academic and Student Affairs Departments are fully aligned with the larger mission, vision, values and goals of the institution and the Louisiana Community and Technical College System.
Ensures that Academic and Student Affairs fully engages the faculty and staff in ongoing, integrated, and institution-wide, research-based planning and evaluation of educational programs.
Assists the Chancellor in planning, organizing, and directing the operation, staff, and budgeting needs of the college in support of the following goals: increasing the number of students who earn college credit credentials, increasing the rate of transfer to bachelor's degree programs following community college graduation, and drastically improving outcomes for students requiring remediation.
Promotes a learning-centered educational environment, placing educational excellence and student success at the forefront in institutional planning and policy development.
Provides vision, leadership, and implementation toward a seamless enrollment process for new, current, traditional, non-traditional and special interest students.
Oversees efforts in identifying and implementing creative recruitment strategies designed to meet student enrollment goals.
Prepares and manages Academic and Student Affairs budgets consistent with strategic goals and institutional outcomes and works closely with deans and department heads to monitor expenditures and ensure adherence to budget.
Provides leadership to the development of class schedules, course catalog and other key academic reports and documents that meet the goals and priorities of the college.
Maintains accreditation requirements for the college and for certain academic programs; create reports needed for external agencies.
Provides input and guidance to decision makers including Chancellor, Executive Team colleagues, System Office, LCTCS Board of Supervisors, and Board of Regents.
Establishes clear standards, goals, and outcomes for the Academic and Student Affairs Division with corresponding assessment and improvement plans.
Provides expert leadership to the college community in developing innovative student programs and initiating national best practices.
Engages partners in area schools and communities to promote student development programs that close the gap on student participation and success.
Leads long-term strategic divisional planning in access, learning, and success that aligns with the college's strategic plan.
Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Chancellor.
CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATE:
Knowledge of best practices in student affairs, including trends in higher education related to diversity, equity and inclusion.
Knowledge of best practices as it relates to curriculum development of academic and technical programs.
Experience in working at a comprehensive, multi-campus institution.
Competence in collecting and analyzing pertinent data to inform continuous improvement.
Demonstrated commitment to inclusion and diversity as it relates to students, faculty and staff.
Student Affairs IT
STU AST-NON-CLERICAL & ADMIN
Responsible for setting up and troubleshooting computer hardware and software problems as well as assisting with user questions and IT needs
Provide technical support to the J. Wayne Reitz Union, Student Activities and Involvement, and Student Government in addition to all departments, offices, and programs within the Division of Student Affairs.
Complete all training requirements upon being hired in a timely fashion
Ability to commit to working 12 or more hours per week
Other duties as assigned
$9.00 per hour
All student employees within the Department of Information Technology must:
Be a current University of Florida full-time student in good standing with at least a 2.0+ GPA
Respond to emergency situations and building evacuations as instructed by building management staff.
Possess the ability to work weekends, evenings, holidays and academic breaks, as needed
Provide exceptional customer service while maintaining a high level of professionalism that upholds our mission
Demonstrate a desire and willingness to learn in a fast-paced team-oriented environment
Establish an exemplary work ethic by being proactive, self-motivated, and dependable
Participate in all scheduled meetings, trainings, evaluations, and personal and professional development opportunities
Act as an ambassador for the Division of Student Affairs as well as the University of Florida, providing accurate information involving Student Affairs departments, offices, and programs and UF campus resources
Ability to commit to working 16 or more hours per week
Demonstrated previous experience with customer service
Proficient with verbal and written communication
Previous experience with current Microsoft operating systems, Microsoft Office, and computer hardware
Special Instructions to Applicants:
In order to be considered, you must upload a cover letter and resume.
Valid driver's license is required.
Health Assessment Required:No
Provost/Senior Vice President For Academic Affairs And Student Success
Lehman College is a senior college of The City University of New York (CUNY) located in the Bronx, is a federally-designated Hispanic Serving Institution and serves a diverse population of approximately 13,000 undergraduate and graduate students. The College invites applications for the position of Provost/Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Student Success. Additional information on this position and Lehman College can be found at: www.cuny.edu.
Reporting to the President, the Provost/Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Student Success is the Chief Academic Officer of the College and serves as the executive officer in the President's absence. As a member of the President's Cabinet, the Provost participates in the development, evaluation and administration of College policy and the advancement of the College's strategic priorities and planning. The Provost oversees the College's five academic schools: Arts and Humanities; Education; Natural and Social Sciences; Continuing and Professional Studies; and Health Sciences, Human Services and Nursing as well as the Division of Student Affairs; Division of Enrollment Management; Library; Office of Research and Sponsored Programs; and Office of International Programs and Global Partnerships. (Revised)
The Provost's responsibilities lie within three major areas:
Advancing Excellence in Faculty Teaching, Research and ScholarshipThe Provost is responsible for building the academic reputation, increasing the impact, and expanding the reach of the College by providing strategic leadership and academic direction within the context of the mission of the College and the University, the president's guidance, institutional priorities, a strong system of shared governance, and best practices in higher education to ensure that teaching, research and creative activity meet the highest academic standards; high quality academic programs, both classroom-based and online, are developed and supported; talented, diverse and forward-looking faculty are recruited, developed and retained; financial and physical resources are efficiently managed; innovative approaches are adopted to improve institutional outcomes. The Provost supports collaborative efforts between Lehman College and its principal community college partners and K-12 schools, and seeks opportunities for academic collaborations across the University, in the Bronx and surrounding community, as well as internationally. The Provost collaborates closely with Information Technology and the Office of Online Education to provide current, flexible, appropriate direction, support and oversight of multimodal teaching and learning.
Improving Student SuccessThe Provost is tasked with achieving a strategic alignment of academic affairs, enrollment management and student affairs to design, develop, and implement programs and practices that will result in increased numbers of graduates who are fully prepared to begin successful careers, pursue advanced studies, and assume leadership roles. The Provost is a key leader of the College's efforts to solidify its place as an intellectual, educational, and cultural anchor in the Bronx.
Achieving Greater Academic and Institutional EffectivenessThe Provost collaborates with the University's chancellery and the College's president, vice-presidents, deans, program directors, and faculty in strategic planning to increase public and private support for faculty research, scholarships, internships, experiential learning opportunities, new pedagogical modalities, online learning, global engagement, and other institutional priorities. The Provost promotes alumni engagement, strengthens the College's standing as the most important anchor institution in the Bronx through connections with New York City schools (K-12), health care organizations and community, business, and cultural partners. The Provost is fully involved in institutional and programmatic accreditation efforts, and in formulating and articulating clear goals for the school deans, administrators, and program directors regarding instructional-related planning and cross-divisional operational matters.
The position start date is January 27, 2019.
This position is in CUNY's Executive Compensation Plan. All executive positions require a minimum of a Bachelor's degree and eight years related experience.The Provost/Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Student Success requires an earned doctorate or other terminal degree.
The successful candidate will possess the following: a distinguished record of research, teaching, and scholarly accomplishment meriting appointment as a full Professor in one of the College's academic departments; a history of successful leadership and experience in administrative/academic positions of increasing responsibility; a record of cross-divisional collaboration; and demonstrated knowledge of best practices in student development programs and services, effective budgeting and resource allocation practices, as well as best practices in talent recruitment, retention, and development. The successful candidate will be demonstrably passionate about the academic mission, core values, and future of Lehman College, CUNY and will have demonstrated success in strategic planning and effectiveness in working in a multicultural environment and promoting equity.
Personal QualitiesThe successful candidate will be a respected scholar and leader who is kind, intelligent, thoughtful, creative, confident, honest, transparent, effective, entrepreneurial, energetic, trusting, engaging, decisive, fair and equitable; committed to the tenets of public higher education, diversity, multiculturalism, and inclusive excellence; a champion of faculty research, academic freedom, and the value of creative learning environments; trusted to serve as an outstanding steward of academic standards; experienced with budget and collective bargaining issues; a strong communicator with demonstrated interpersonal, active listening, and conflict management skills; an ethical leader with strong moral values.
Leadership StyleAlso essential is a leadership style that is collaborative, transparent, empowering, inclusive, and innovative; a career track that demonstrates passion and dedication to the pursuit of academic excellence; leadership effectiveness in fiscal planning and resource allocation, strategic planning and execution, organizational development, and other administrative and academic functions related to higher education; and a demonstrated commitment to celebrating diversity and fostering an inclusive environment conducive to faculty, student, and staff success.
The successful candidate will be a strong proponent of data-informed decision-making, continuous improvement, and faculty and student success.
The ability to work collaboratively and collegially within a shared governance and collective bargaining environment with faculty, staff, administrators and students within the College and stakeholders beyond the campus while fostering a strong esprit de corps is essential. The successful candidate must be able to communicate regularly and effectively with the President.
Senior Vice President
COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS
Salary commensurate with education and experience.
CUNY's benefits contribute significantly to total compensation, supporting health and wellness, financial well-being, and professional development. We offer a range of health plans, competitive retirement/pension benefits and savings plans, tuition waivers for CUNY graduate study and generous paid time off. Our staff also benefits from the extensive academic, arts, and athletic programs on our campuses and the opportunity to participate in a lively, diverse academic community in one of the greatest cities in the world.
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The position will remain open until filled with review of applications to begin September 24, 2018.
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Applicants and employees will not be discriminated against on the basis of any legally protected category, including sexual orientation or gender identity. EEO/AA/Vet/Disability Employer.
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Location: Lehman College
Director - Student Affairs
Einstein Healthcare Network is a private, not for profit organization with several major facilities and many outpatient centers. Our primary mission is to provide compassionate, high quality healthcare to the greater Philadelphia region.
Einstein Healthcare Network promotes wellness. Research has shown that smoking is dangerous to the health of smokers and to others. Einstein campuses are Tobacco and Smoke Free.In this role you will be responsible for:Supervising Medical Education Administrator and other designated staff in the Office of Student AffairsHe/she has primary responsibility for all student learners across the network
Directs and oversees all integrated student services and student support activities through the Office of Academic AffairsHe/she has primary responsibility for the Office of Student Affairs budget development, management, and oversight
The Director is responsible for implementation and management of institutional Student Affairs fiscal/regulatory processes as defined the Chief Academic OfficerThe Director develops and implements processes and procedures in conjunction the Chief Academic Officer to determine fiscal priorities and strategic plans for valuating educational partnerships with other institutions, colleges and universities
He/she will provide financial analyses, projections, and reports
The Director will work with the Chief Academic Officer to negotiate, monitor, track, and facilitate academic affiliation agreements and contracts with outside institutions
The Director is responsible for developing and executing policies and procedures related to learners across the network. He/she will develop standards and best practices for learner processes at AEHN.The Director represents Einstein to all external agencies of higher learning and participates in professional organizations in support of student learner enterprise and serves as a liaison between Einstein and various local, state, and federal regulatory agencies overseeing student learner.The Director works collaboratively Chief Academic Officer to provide oversight and administrative direction for learner activities at AEHNAdvocates for issues of importance to students
Serves as chair of committee of student learner coordinators and directors
If you possess the following qualifications, please apply immediately:Bachelors degree in management, marketing or social science is preferred with five years of student management and student enrollment management experience, preferably in a healthcare setting
Working knowledge of the field of student affairs and processes desired
Leadership skills in management of personnel, program development, operations management, and fiscal management are required
Equivalent experience (10 years or more in graduate and continuing medical education setting within an academic healthcare setting) may be substituted
The successful candidate will possess excellent organizational and administrative abilities
He/she must also exhibit excellent communication and interpersonal skills
Complete familiarity with computers and database management is required
He/she will be able to handle confidential information and will exercise good judgment with respect to the generally sensitive nature of material related to students and other matters in the Office of Academic AffairsPhysical Demands:Physical
Sitting, standing, walking within department and throughout medical center as needed.
Light lifting for files, papers and other routine office materials.Visual
Reviewing printed materials as well as information processed on a computer screen for majority of working day.Hearing
Must be able to conduct telephone and personal conversations
Working Conditions: Normal office conditions
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.
Director Of Multicultural Affairs
As part of the Division of Student Affairs, the Director must be a student-centered and collaborative professional responsible for oversight of the Multicultural Affairs department. In support of the University strategic plan the Director leads efforts to develop & implement co-curricular programs, events, and services focused on student success while creating a more inclusive & culturally competent campus community.
1. Program Management: Development, implementation, and oversight of co-curricular programs, events, and support services aligned with:
• Social Justice Education
• Student Success & Development
• Recognition & Celebration of Culture, Heritage, and Intersecting Identities
2. Leadership: Demonstrate effective leadership utilizing a combination of innovation, current trends & data, research, and best practices within higher education, especially focused on the needs of historically underrepresented student populations. Responsible for executing priorities, and handling multiple tasks and projects. Serve as a positive role model and advocate for historically marginalized students and their allies.
3. Supervision: Provide effective and ethical supervision, training, and evaluation of professional and paraprofessional staff.
4. Budget and Resource Management: Responsible for oversight of department budgets. Oversee effective and appropriate use of all resources.
5. Outreach and Collaboration: Develop and maintain positive working relationships with key stakeholders. Work with colleagues on and off campus to meet the needs of an ever changing student population.
6. Assessment: Responsible for department assessment and reporting.
7. Advising: Provide guidance and advocacy on behalf of culturally based student organizations.
8. Committees: Represent the Division on University and appropriate non-University committees.
9. Performs other duties as assigned
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Student Hourly Assistant | Student Affairs
Student Hourly Assistant | Student Affairs
Prairie View A&M University
Office For Student Affairs
Proposed Minimum Salary
Prairie View, Texas
The Student Hourly Assistant, under general supervision, will assist the Office of Student Affairs with daily operations.
Assisting the AVP and Senior Business Specialist with special projects and assignments
Assisting with copying, faxing, typing, and delivering significant files and documents
Assisting with maintaining files, equipment, and necessary office supplies
Implementing concepts to improve creating reports
Assisting office personnel
Required Education and Experience:
Presently enrolled for at least nine (9) graduate or six (6) undergraduate semester credit hours during the term in which the work is to be done.
Must be in academic good standing (SAP) as demonstrated through your college; minimum 2.0 GPA
No prior experience necessary
For work eligibility during a summer term, a student must be enrolled for at least six (6) graduate or undergraduate semester credit hours during the term in which the work is to be done or preregistered at least six (6) undergraduate semester hours or nine (9) graduate semester hours for the upcoming fall term.
Preferred Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Microsoft Office Suite
Written & Verbal Communication
Job Posting Close Date:
Please attach all required documents listed below in the attachment box labeled as either "Resume/CV or Resume/Cover Letter" on the application. Multiple attachments may be included in the "Resume/CV" or Resume/Cover Letter" attachment box.
Cover Letter (Optional)
Detailed Class Schedule
Award Letter (Work-Study positions only)
Application Submission Guidelines:
The required documents listed in the above Required Attachments section must be attached to the application prior to the job closing date indicated to ensure full consideration for the application submitted. Please contact the Office of Human Resource on or before the closing date indicated above at 936-261-1793 or email@example.com should you need assistance with the online application process.
All applicants are required to apply via our Career Site on or before the closing date indicated on the job posting. Applicant inquiries received via email and websites such as Indeed, HigherEdJobs, etc. will not be considered unless the individual has applied to the available position via the PVAMU career site.
Background Check Requirements:
All positions are security-sensitive. Applicants are subject to a criminal history investigation, and employment is contingent upon the agency's verification of credentials and/or other information required by agency procedures, including the completion of the criminal history check.
Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative Action/ Veterans/ Disability Employer committed to diversity.
All positions are security-sensitive. Applicants are subject to a criminal history investigation, and employment is contingent upon the institution's verification of credentials and/or other information required by the institution's procedures, including the completion of the criminal history check.
Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Veterans/Disability Employer committed to diversity.
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