Student Programming Coordinator
The Student Programming Coordinator supports the Division of
Student Affairs with planning, implementation, and assessment of a
variety of programs and events for students at Missouri Western
State University. The Student Programming Coordinator works
collaboratively across different offices, supporting the Center for
Student Involvement, the Center for Diversity & Inclusion, the
Career Development Center, and the Dean of Students Office.
JOB DUTIES :
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
- Coordinate and assess workshops, trainings, events, and tabling
in order to promote a deeper understanding of different cultures
- Promote co-curricular engagement, civic engagement, student
leadership, and program assessment/evaluation.
- Plan, promote, and develop programming that supports
division-wide assessment practices in step with the Higher Learning
Commission Core Component 4.B.
- Directly advise or co-advise student organizations.
- Coordinate services for recognized student organizations (RSOs)
including annual RSO renewal process, meeting with students
interested in establishing an RSO, providing leadership workshops
and trainings for RSO leaders and advisors, and serving as a
liaison for RSO engagement with university-wide programs.
- Manage daily RSO processes in MaxEngage (student involvement
technology platform) for RSO forms, rosters, processes, and
- Coordinate alcohol & other drug education and prevention
programming and social norms campaigns for students that align with
the MWSU Partners in Prevention strategic plan, including a peer
education program using Partners in Prevention curriculum.
- Coordinate and present Collegiate Recovery Ally training and
provide programs supporting students in recovery.
- Coordinate annual campus-wide student events, including, but
not limited to: Western Warm-Up, Constitution Day, National
Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week, and the annual SOAR Awards.
- Hire, train and supervise student program assistants &
- Perform other duties of a similar nature or level.
- Student development
- Event planning
- Marketing methods and social media
- Software applications
- Grammar and writing formats
- Basic mathematics
- Customer service
- Computer and basic office equipment
- Organization and communication
- Program development
- Ability to multitask with attention to detail
- Strong interpersonal skills as applied to interaction with
coworkers, supervisor, the general public, and students
- Bachelor’s degree
- Minimum one year of experience in student programming or
student organization management
- Valid driver’s license needed for travel
- Experience in higher education, student affairs, and/or student
programming and events.
Light Work—Exerting up to 20lbs of force occasionally, and/or up-to
10 pounds of force frequently, and/or a negligible amount of force
constantly to move objects.
May require evening and weekend hours
May require travel
Hours of Work
Monday – Friday
8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. (hours will vary depending upon scheduled
Posting Detail Information
Open Until Filled