The Office of Student Leadership and Involvement (SLI) is seeking a Late Night Program Coordinator. This is a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, fixed term professional faculty position. Reappointment is at the discretion of the Director.
Student Leadership and Involvement (SLI) exists to create meaningful and diverse opportunities for leadership development and involvement experiences that cultivate positive social change. SLI aspires to provide dynamic experiential learning and involvement opportunities for Oregon State University (OSU) students to engage in shaping a better self and a better world. SLI is home to the Center for Civic Engagement, Leadership Development, Involvement Programs, OSU Program Council, Global Community Kitchen, the Student Sustainability Initiative, Orange Media Network, and the Craft Center.
The coordinator will work with various university departments, the community, and local colleges/universities to create a fun, healthy, and safe environment in which students can engage in late night, alcohol and drug free activities.
The Late Night Program Coordinator works within Student Leadership and Involvement to create new and innovative culture around late night programming. The coordinator will be responsible for implementing late night activities that provide OSU students with fun and safe alternatives to build engaging social events and activities that help connect participants to one another, while acclimating them to campus and the community. The coordinator will lead in the development of comprehensive campus wide late night activities, both on and off campus. The late-night program coordinator will have exceptional interpersonal skills, will be able to work independently with minimal supervision, and will approach their work in a proactive and positive manner. This position serves as the campus wide coordinator of all departmental late night events and creates tools and process for students and student organizations to be involved in the creation of this culture, as well. The coordinator is responsible for assessing and researching late night programs in order to refine, redefine, and create new programs and initiatives under the late night umbrella of programming.
Typically requires Master's Degree in Student Services, or related field. Experience working with population of program participants.
Bachelor's degree in student affairs, college student services administration, or related field, plus equivalent related work experience.
One year professional experience in higher education in the same or similar capacity, providing program planning, or specifically late night program development and evaluation.
Demonstrated experience (minimum 1 year) working in higher education in advising, developing, coordinating, and evaluating student life and/or campus activities programming.
Experience leading a group or committee
A demonstrable commitment to promoting and enhancing diversity and inclusion.
Willingness to work a flexible schedule including evenings and weekends.
Demonstrated experience, knowledge and ability in advising, training, and evaluating
Demonstrated knowledge of student development and student development programs
Proficient with PC based computer systems and software, including Microsoft Office, and other software programs and databases
Demonstrates working knowledge and application of oral and written communication techniques and relationship building skills that develop the ability to clearly communicate and work with a variety of individuals and groups in a constructive and collaborative manner.
Excellent organizational, leadership, and decision making skills to prioritize workload and meet assignment while handling multiple tasks and deadlines
Exceptional problem solving skills, ability to quickly learn new concepts and methodologies as needed
The ability to effectively cultivate positive relationships with colleagues on campus, the local community, and neighboring colleges and universities
Strong Analytical and critical thinking skills; ability to navigate through ambiguity and break down complex problems into simplified and manageable parts.
This position is designated as a critical or security-sensitive position; therefore, the incumbent must successfully complete a Criminal History Check and be determined to be position qualified as per OSU Standard 576-055-0000 et seq. Incumbents are required to self-report convictions and those in Youth Programs may have additional Criminal History Checks every 24 months.
This position may require late night and weekend hours to supervise or coordinate activities for the program.
Salary (Minimum): $36,228
Salary (Maximum): $61,560
Additional Salary Information: Salary is commensurate with education and experience.
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