Coordinate the operation of an assigned university academic or
clinical program or office.
In this role, the FYP Program coordinator leads efforts in the
following areas: First Year Learning Communities, Summer Ignite,
First Year Programming initiatives, and the Commuter Success
Coaching program. Additionally, the Program Coordinator will
support orientation efforts on campus.
The Program Coordinator will provide supervision and leadership
to one full-time staff member (student services coordinator), one
special projects graduate assistant, and up to six peer mentor
students each year.
Typical Allocation of Duties:
Coordinate operations to accomplish program/office
objectives - 40%
Develop policies, procedures, and processes to ensure the efficient
accomplishment of program/office objectives. Direct office/program
Coordinate with others - 20%
Coordinate program/office activities with appropriate internal and
external stakeholders. Represent program priorities before the
larger university community.
Manage budget and personnel - 20%
Manage budget and control expenditures as assigned. Train, assign,
direct, supervise, evaluate, and discipline personnel as
Reporting - 10%
Prepare a variety of regular and special reports. Maintain
program/office files and records.
Provide services - 10%
Participate in the provision of direct services.
Master's degree in clinical or program field and three (3) years of
related work experience.
Conditions of Employment
Employment is contingent upon successful completion of a
background check. Position May Require Credit Check (if using
P-Card, working with Cash, etc.).
Position Requires completion of VSU’s Annual Compliance Training
course (such as State Business Transactions, Drug Free Workplace,
Anti-Harassment Policy, Introduction to Information Security,
Workers Compensation, Motor Vehicle Policy, USG Ethics
Policy, Conflict of Interest/ Outside Activities Policy, Leave
Procedures for Faculty and Staff, Georgia Open Records Act, Family
Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), and Contracts 101.
Supervisory positions require training in FMLA and