The Undergraduate Programs Office in the W. P. Carey School of Business is hiring a Coordinator with a focus on the First Year Experience and the W. P. Carey Residential Community, known as The Business Community (TBC). This position will work closely with staff, student leaders, and programs to positively affect the experiences and retention of on-campus/residential first-year business students.
The position will work closely with the Program Manager to select, train, and manage the W. P. Carey student leaders called Residential Engagement Leaders (RELs), student leaders who live in the business residential communities. This position will focus on the School’s first-year experience with the goal of managing and building data sets, positively impacting retention, and developing new and meaningful opportunities for first-year students to connect within the W. P. Carey School and Arizona State University. While working directly with both professional and student staff in the business residential communities on the Tempe campus, this Coordinator will help manage student leader planning for a wide variety of academic, social, and professional programming for on-campus residential business students. This position may select and order affinity items, track budgets, provide reports, and develop and deliver presentations and training for staff and students.
In addition to programs specifically for on-campus students, this position will support FYE programs such as Welcome events and WPC 101, with additional engagement and support for UPO programs including Family Weekend, Convocation, and other programs designed to engage, retain, and graduate W. P. Carey students. Fingerprinting for financial responsibilities is required. This position requires a strong sense of integrity and professionalism in the successful management of tasks, taking initiative, juggling priorities, and contributing new ideas and innovation.
Days and Schedule: Monday-Friday 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Some extended hours, evenings, and weekends will be required. While based on the Tempe campus, this individual must be willing and able to travel to multiple campus locations in the Phoenix metropolitan area.
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Scope of Search
Grant Funded Position
This is not a grant funded position and is not contingent on future grant funding.
$44,000 - $46,000; to commensurate with education and experience
- Provide leadership to residential, on-campus student paraprofessionals in support of first-year student success and retention
- Work with student leaders to develop problem-solving techniques
- Work with technology including Canvas, Microsoft Office, Google Drives, project management, etc.
- Assist with recruitment, selection, training, and supervision of residential student leaders
- Support and contribute to social, academic, and professional programming in the residential community
- Partner with community and institutional stakeholders to develop and execute social, cultural, and educational programs
- Support engagement and departmental activities aimed at retention, leadership development, and graduation of W. P. Carey students
- Aid in the assessment and enhancement of all first-year experience programs in the business school
Bachelor's degree in a field appropriate to the area of assignment AND three (3) years of related experience; OR, Any equivalent combination of education and/or experience from which comparable knowledge, skills and abilities have been achieved.
- Evidence of a Master's degree in a related field
- Experience working with students in a higher education, university, and/or residential community/on-campus housing environment
- Experience in coordinating events, program management, and using assessments to measure the effectiveness of programs and services
- Demonstrated knowledge of student development practices within Residential Communities or university Housing environment
- Experience using organization, and detailed-oriented skills while prioritizing multiple tasks in a fast-paced, service-focused, team-based environment
- Evidence of effective communication skills
- Experience in working with technology and an educational delivery platform i.e. Canvas, Microsoft Office Suite, Google’s G-Suite, project management software, apps, etc.
- Experience in working in both small and large group/class settings
- Evidence of managing tasks and juggling priorities; taking initiative and contributing new ideas and innovation
- Work with university students one-on-one and in group/class settings in-person, via phone, e-mail, and via multiple social media formats.
- Work with the business school’s employer partners, both one-on- one and in group settings in-person, via phone, e-mail, and via multiple social media formats.
- Communicate effectively to develop employment materials in various media, create metrics, and provide reports in various formats (electronic, hard- copy, etc.), in addition to coordinating and presenting information to recruiters, corporate partners, business executives, students, and other campus units.
- Interpret policies, procedures, and requirements of career/employment programs within the school.
- Lift/move up to 30 pounds (materials, brochures, boxes, etc.).
- Travel occasionally.
- Utilize computer, phone, and various office equipment (fax, copier, etc.).
- Utilize multiple and various forms of technology - emphasis on social media.
- Work occasional extended hours, including evening and/or weekends, as needed.
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Flexible work options
- Alternative work schedules can include four, 10-hour workdays in a workweek; a nine-day, 80-hour schedule over two workweeks for exempt employees only; and staggered start and stop times.
- Hybrid work is an arrangement where employees spend a minimum of 60% of their regular workweek at their primary ASU work location. Dean or vice president-level approval is required.
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