The OMA Program Administrator reports to the OMA's assistant director of Programming and is responsible for developing and implementing cultural, social and educational programmatic efforts that foster an inclusive campus community for a broad range of constituents. The OMA Program Administrator works with student organizations to plan events and provides leadership for implementing the OMA's annual Culture Show. The program coordinator will primarily be responsible for the weekly programming within the multicultural center.
Program/Event Collaboration and Planning
Co-supervise and directly manage on-boarding and training with the Assistant Director of Programming, two student programming interns
Provide direct supervision to the multicultural center via student Building Managers and support for oversight of student center protocol and procedures; addressing issues within the center
Oversee all programming and events occurring in the Multicultural Center
Support the assistant director of Programming working with student led planning committees for Latino Heritage, Asian Awareness and Black History Month celebrations.
Coordinate, implement, and evaluate OMAs annual Culture Show. Identify, hire and procure services from needed external vendors. Recruit, select and train up to 8 student staff to assist with all facets of the Show including group auditions, selection of acts, rehearsals, program development, advertising, and technical support. Make program revisions, as appropriate, using evaluative feedback.
Co-manage, and revise as needed, the OMA student organization resident system. This includes advertising vacancies, recruiting/selecting/orienting residents and enforcing resident policies.
Co-advise the OMA Programming Board and other student organizations that reside in Multicultural Student Center. Advising includes guiding student leaders in establishing annual organization goals, problem solving, advocacy, attending meetings, supporting programming efforts, and identifying funds for events as needed.
Responsible for dissemination of evaluations and analytics for the Office of Multicultural Affairs major programming and inititiatives.
Serve on cross-department committees and support programming efforts that align with the goals of OMA and Homewood Student Affairs.
Creatively market programs and events via use of social media, digital ads, text messages, and other means of advertising across campus.
Creates monthly calendar of all events and programs being offered at OMA
Works as a part of the Centers for Community, Diversity, and Inclusion team to facilitate
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