The role of the Assistant Director of Campus Life is to implement a
comprehensive programming model that supports the mission and
vision of the university and that enhances the collegiate
experience. The position is focused on encouraging student
engagement and retention efforts that is data driven. Programming
will encompass Civic Engagement, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion,
Professional Development, Recreation, Holistic Initiatives, Arts
and Culture. Serve as a member of the campus life team.
- Student Activities
- Plan, promote and attend student activities and programs
(including evenings, weekends and some holiday coverage).
- Electronically track event attendance and feedback and develop
reports at the end of each semester (such as co-curricular
transcripts, demographic trends, programming category, etc.).
- Manage student event and programming facilities through
assisting the University Hospitality Services Manager (e.g. Student
Center, Campus Center, and Kominsky Auditorium).
- Oversight of marketing and branding within Student Activities.
Specifically managing applicable social media platforms, electronic
and physical flyers, promotional items, posters, etc. that enhance
- Student Engagement & Development
- Implement a comprehensive programming model that focuses on the
following pillars of engagement that supports the mission and
vision of the institution: Civic Engagement, Diversity, Equity and
Inclusion, Professional Development, Recreation, Holistic
Initiatives, Arts and Culture.
- Civic Engagement: Student leadership development, servant
leadership, community development;
- Diversity, Equity and Inclusion: programming that challenges
students to reflect and think critically about their values and how
they impact their own communities;
- Professional Development: focus on programming that provides
opportunities to learn about and experience fields of study outside
- Recreation: Build and implement a recreation program that
utilizes the many outdoor facilities on campus that focuses on
health and fitness;
- Holistic Initiatives: Programming that focuses on the overall
health of students physically, mentally, and spiritually;
- Arts and Culture: Provide unique experiences to students that
showcase a diverse array of talented artists and crafts
- Facilitate the activities of student clubs and organizations on
- Serve as an advisor to the Social Committee of the Student
· Administrative Responsibilities o Supervise 1-2 Resident
Directors. o Inventory, order, and manage distribution of equipment
and supplies. o Consult with other Husson Programs or Departments
and community organizations regarding special projects/programs. o
Prepare financial documents (e.g. purchase orders, invoices, vendor
contracts, reimbursements) for multiple programming budgets. o
Evaluate, draft and uphold program policies and procedures,
specifically in the area of risk management. o Meet and/or
communicate weekly with the work study student employee team. o
Overseeing the approvals processes for clubs and organizations
activities (including but not limited to: publicity and posting on
public forums, booking event spaces/meeting rooms, fundraising
requests, event planning, etc.). · Participate in Student Life and
campus wide events (i.e., Orientation, Homecoming, Commencement,
Parents and Families Weekend, and others). · Participate in
staffing coverage and on call responsibilities. · Campus
Collaborations (Fairs, HE111/Shot of Reality/Near Peer or Social
Platform [possibly administrative], · Manage, oversee and
collaborate with campus partners on special events and community
outreach initiatives. EDUCATION
: Bachelor's Degree required.
Master's Degree in a related student services field preferred.
: 1-3 years of experience working with
college-aged students and event management. KNOWLEDGE
Skills and/or Abilities: Knowledge of risk management practices.
Excellent organizational skills and the ability to communicate
effectively among many groups across campus and the community.