Develop, implement, and manage activities, programs, and services
related to student development, student leadership programs and
other campus activities. Develop and execute short and long-term
plans, goals and objectives for programs to ensure alignment with
University goals. Monitor and report on participation and program
satisfaction and recommend improvements. Develop, implement, and
authorize the expenditures of department and fee-funded group
budgets. Oversee activities and budgets of student fee-funded
student organizations. Oversee student employees, and volunteers.
Oversee safety and compliance.
Department Specific Essential Job Functions:
Program Development and Implementation - 65% - The coordinator
develops, implements, manages and evaluates social justice and
retention programming that advance campus engagement around issues
of equity and inclusion efforts for underrepresented populations. -
The coordinator develops, implements, manages and evaluates
programming for the Women's Outreach Center (WoC), Asian American
Student Association (AASA), Hispanic American Student Association
(HASA), National Association for the Advancement of Color People
(NAACP), co-advise American Association for University Women
(AAUW), and the Black Women's Initiative (BWI), which includes, but
is not limited to: orientation, identity and leadership
development, advocacy and community engagement, recruitment and
retention. - Structures leadership and multiple identities
development for multicultural organizations and initiatives. -
Collaborates with community organizations and agencies to develop
partnerships that engage students in advocacy work and retention.
Campus & Community Outreach and Engagement – 15% - Collaborates
and assists the campus community with diversity trainings and
workshops. - Participates on various campus committees that address
diversity.– 15%. Perform other duties as assigned – 5%
Scope & Impact: This position is an entry level
professional position, with actions that may have a measurable
impact on operations within a work group.
Communication & Interaction : Routinely answers
questions and provides information and data requested by
individuals within or outside of work area. Questions that require
interpretation or are not easily resolved are referred to
Effective Knowledge: Demonstrates ability to execute tasks
according to standard operating procedures and/or direction.
Demonstrates ability to learn new subject matter, coupled with
attention to detail and responsiveness to feedback.
Problem Solving & Judgement : Performs a variety of
duties following established policies and procedures. Resolves
problems by selecting from approved alternatives based on past
practices, established procedures, or direction. Relies on direct
supervision is available to set priorities and objectives, and to
assist in problem resolution.
Budget Authority: May provide input into budget development
by assisting with identification of operational needs and
Policy & Procedure Authority: Primarily responsible for
executing routine procedures with direction from senior
Reporting Relationships : Generally reports to manager or
higher but may receive basic operational direction and guidance
from senior level staff members.
Supervisory & Team Leadership Responsibilities :
Requires a bachelor's degree plus 3+ years of relevant experience
in the chosen field or 7+ years of equivalent work experience that
provides knowledge of and exposure to fundamental theories,
principles, and concepts. Requires the application of expertise in
a chosen field to achieve results.
Master's degree preferred and minimum of two years of related
experience in higher education setting. Demonstrated experience in
leading, developing, implementing, and evaluating diversity
programs. Demonstrated research and analytical skills. Experience
supervising. Experience working effectively with cross-functional
teams, task forces, or committees. Understanding of contemporary
issues in higher education, particularly those related to diversity
Superior planning, implementation and evaluation skills. Experience
with assessment of diversity programs. Superior leadership,
organizational, and communication skills. Ability to collaborate by
establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with
faculty, administrators, staff, and students in different areas and
at different levels of the University. Excellent human relations
skills and demonstrated ability to work effectively with diverse
communities. Ability to maintain confidentiality and to handle
sensitive matters with judgment, tact, and diplomacy.
Will this employee supervise others?
No, this employee will NOT supervise other employees.
Reasonable accommodations (in accordance with ADA requirements)
will be made, upon request, to enable individuals with disabilities
to perform essential functions.