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Part-Time Leading to Well-Being Programs Coordinator

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Department: University Life - Center for the Advancement of Well-Being (CWB)

Classification: GMU Worker

Job Category: Part-Time / Hourly Wage

Job Type: Part-Time

Work Schedule: Up to 30 hours/week

Location: Fairfax, VA

Workplace Type: Hybrid Eligible

Salary: $30-$35/hour; salary commensurate with experience

Criminal Background Check: Yes

About the Department:

The mission of the Center for the Advancement of Well-Being (CWB) is to catalyze human well-being by promoting the science and practices that lead to a life of vitality, purpose, resilience, and engagement. As an interdisciplinary center at George Mason University, we are dedicated to helping individuals and organizations thrive in a world of complexity and uncertainty. CWB offerings include programs and resources for students, faculty, and staff along with executive education programs for organizations, agencies, and individuals.

About the Position:

CWB is seeking a responsible part-time hourly wage employee for the Leading to Well-Being Programs Coordinator position. The maximum authorized hours of work for this position will be up to 30 hours per week.

The Leading to Well-Being Programs Coordinator will help coordinate Leading to Well-Being executive education programs and provide program assistance to a variety of sponsor, grant and contract-funded and open-enrollment programs focused on leadership, coaching, individual and organizational well-being.

  • Assist with the preparation and delivery of executive education programs;
  • Coordinate program evaluation and assessment activities;
  • Proofread and edit program and curricular materials as needed;
  • Create documents, slide decks, spreadsheets, and survey forms using Microsoft and/or Google programming suites;
  • Create and manage LMS course materials, assignments, and discussion boards;
  • Provide support to executive education instructors, including scheduling modules and reviewing instructor documents (presentations, course materials, etc.);
  • Participate in CWB staff meetings;
  • Provide support with miscellaneous administrative tasks as needed; and
  • Assist with managing virtual classroom technologies (i.e. Zoom, Blackboard Collaborate, etc.).
Required Qualifications:
  • Demonstrated skills in the following areas: organization, execution, written communication, interpersonal, and positive mindset;
  • Ability to effectively manage multiple tasks/projects simultaneously;
  • Ability to work well independently and on a team;
  • Experience with Microsoft applications; and
  • Demonstrated attention to detail and self-motivation.
Preferred Qualifications:
  • Knowledge in fields/areas such as health, psychology, well-being, business, leadership, communications and/or public policy;
  • Social media and graphic design skills; and
  • Experience with online learning systems such as Blackboard, Blackboard Collaborate, and/or Zoom and other related technologies.
Instructions to Applicants:

For full consideration, applicants must apply for Part-Time Leading to Well-Being Programs Coordinator at Complete and submit the online application to include three professional references with contact information, and provide a cover letter and resume.

Posting Open Date: May 23, 2024

For Full Consideration, Apply by: June 7, 2024

Open Until Filled?: Yes

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