Under the direction of the Director for Student Involvement, the Assistant Director is a key position in the OSIL responsible for student organization management and development. The Assistant Director advises the Student Government Association and has shared responsibility for student engagement, activities, and leadership development initiatives. This student-centered position is responsible for supporting the mission of the Office of Student Involvement and Leadership and the strategic plans of the Division of Student Affairs and UNC Pembroke.
The Assistant Director is directly responsible for: Student organization management and leadership development including but not limited to connecting student interests that align with opportunities to encourage participation and contribution in student organizations, developing and implementing student organization support programs (funding, recognition, travel, training, leadership awards ceremony, etc.) that solidify student organizations as key avenues for student success, providing ongoing advisor, officer, and member training that will maximize student potential, and maintenance of student organization records via Collegiate Link. Advising the Student Government Association to expand their collective advocacy role and individual leadership capacity. Attendance at COSGA or the NACASGA institutes is required and funded. The Assistant Director has shared responsibility for: Creating a robust campus environment by developing, managing and implementing celebrative experiences, co-curricular student engagement opportunities, campus-wide programs, and traditions including but not limited to Welcome Week, Late Night Breakfast, summer and weekend programming, Senior Week, Festival at Old Main,Tailgate Zone, and Homecoming. Strengthening a comprehensive leadership program that supports the leadership development, training and education of engaged students by implementing the office's leadership curriculum. Supporting the events of the student programming board, the Pembroke Activities Council. Supporting the experiences of the Leadership Living Learning Community. Engaging the Leadership Fellows, a student group that supports the office's programmatic, student organization, and leadership initiatives, and the marketing, assessment, social media and financial management affiliated with the office. Professional Development is required and funded. Work also includes other duties as assigned by the director. Occasional late night and weekend work is required.
Minimum Training and Experience Requirements: Masters Degree in Student Development, Higher Education Administration or other related discipline from an accredited college or university required. Two years experience in student affairs required (graduate work is acceptable).
Management Preferences: Experience in leadership development, program planning, event coordination, and contract negotiation preferred. Experience in social media, marketing, and/or assessment preferred. Familiarity or experience with a student organization management software preferred. Experience in student organization advising (particularly with student government) required.
Special Instructions to Applicants:
The Hiring Official requests that a cover letter, detailed CV/resume and reference list be attached.
This position is subject to the successful completion of an employment background check. An employment background check includes a criminal background check, employment verification, reference checks, license verification (if applicable) and credit history check (if applicable).
If hired, the candidate will be required to submit proof of eligibility to work in the United States. New employees are paid only by direct deposit to the financial institution of their choice. Candidates claiming Veterans Preference must attach a copy of their DD-214 as a part of the online application process.
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