Coordinator of Center for Student Leadership
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Columbia College is committed to creating an inclusive employee
experience for all regardless of race, color, national origin,
gender, religion, sexual orientation, age or disability. The
college maintains a safe place for open discourse; supports
activities that promote diversity and inclusion; and overall,
fosters a sense of community that welcomes everyone.
The Coordinator of the Center for Student Leadership is responsible
for the development and implementation of a wide range of student
activities & events, leadership trainings, and community
service programs. The Coordinator has oversight for advising the
Student Government Association, developing and teaching leadership
programming, planning the annual involvement fair, and other tasks
related to student involvement, service and leadership education.
- Perform job duties in accordance with Columbia College’s
vision, mission and values, and contributes to the development of
the Student Affairs Department.
- Serve on division and college committees as requested.
- Attend major college functions, including but not limited to
Homecoming, Registration Day, Welcome Week, College Visitation
events, Ivy Chain, Commencement, Late Night Breakfast, and Student
Affairs Night of Recognition.
- Coordinate, recruit, and design the Emerging Leaders Institute
program and instruct the for-credit leadership courses.
- Maintain records and tracking for registered student
organization, administer annual student organization registration
process and trainings, and serve as approver for all student
organization financial accounts.
- Develop and maintain effective relationships with student
organization officers and advisors, and serve as a resource for
- Coordinate Hey Day, an annual campus/community involvement fair
with over 500 attendees and vendors
- Serve as advisor for the Student Government Association.
- Co-Chair the Homecoming Committee and lead the planning and
coordination of the College’s Homecoming events, and advise the
student Homecoming planning committee.
- Chair the Annual Night of Recognition Committee that
coordinates nominations, marketing, and all aspects of event
planning to recognize the accomplishments of our student
organizations and leaders.
- Practice superior customer service.
- Fulfill additional responsibilities as assigned.
- Master’s Degree in Student Affairs, Higher Education
Administration, or a related area.
- Relevant experience in program planning and group
- Ability to communicate effectively with and relate to all
- 1-3 years of relevant experience in program planning and group
Special Requirements (if any):
- 2-4 years of relevant experience in student activities,
leadership development, teaching/advising, program planning and/or
This job description is not meant to be all-inclusive of every
duty and responsibility required by the employee in the
- This position requires varied work hours, including evenings,
- Valid Driver’s License.
- Must obtain class E driver’s license in order to transport
students using college vehicles as needed.
- Must meet and maintain requirements as an approved driver for
Columbia College values its employees and is committed to offering
benefits designed to help enhance their health and well-being.
Columbia College views the benefits offered to its workforce as an
important component of the overall compensation package made
available by the College. We strive to offer our employees
comprehensive and affordable benefits that make Columbia College an
even more attractive place to work.
The College offers generous benefits to eligible employees that
- Health, Dental, and Vision insurance
- Basic life insurance and AD&D insurance
- A 403(b) Retirement Savings Plan, to which the College will
match up to 8% of an employee’s annual compensation that vests at
20% a year after the employee satisfies a one year waiting period,
is at least 21 years of age, has worked at least 1,000 hours in a
- Paid vacation leave
- Paid sick leave
- An Employee Educational Grant program that allows eligible
individuals to take undergraduate in-seat classes at Columbia
College tuition free, and online undergraduate courses at a 75%
- A Graduate Educational Grant program that allows eligible
individuals to take graduate classes in-seat or online at Columbia
College, at a 75% tuition reduction
- Participation in Tuition Exchange programs that allows full
time employees to send their non-emancipated children to other
member institutions with no or significantly reduced tuition
The offer of employment and assignment to duties is contingent upon
a satisfactory criminal background check. The information may
include, but is not limited to, academic, residential, achievement,
performance, attendance, disciplinary, employment history, credit
history, driving history, and criminal history of public
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until
the position is filled.
Columbia College is an equal opportunity employer.
In compliance with the Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA) and
the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus
crime Statistics Act (Clery Act), the Department of Campus Safety
for Columbia College has provided the Annual Security and Fire
Safety Report and crime statistics for the main campus and venues
Columbia College is required to distribute this information to all
current and prospective employees and students. Please follow the
link below for the full report or contact Human Resources at
573-875-7495 for a printed copy.