Work collaboratively on administrative functions in the Office of Student Activities.
Select, supervise, train and evaluate student staff and potentially Graduate Assistant(s).
Ensure information on the Office of Student Activities website is accurate, with an emphasis on creating information that will encourage return visits to the web site.
Develop a variety of Internet communication tools that provide a means of communicating with campus student community including but not limited to social network communications.
Work with the Student Life marketing team to create promotion for the Office of Student Activities and student organization events in print and digital mediums.
Design, develop and implement assessment tools for continuous improvement of programs.
Design, develop, implement and assess a variety of student programmatic experiences to achieve departmental strategic priorities.
Oversee the Activities Resource Center.
Investigate, develop and initiate grant opportunities for the Office of Student Activities.
Responsible for developing and implementing the University administrative process for officially recognizing student organizations and serving as a resource for all student organizations while ensuring student organizations adhere to policies.
Implement the annual student organization registration process, manage the student organization database and resource directory.
Review and approve Student Organizations Intent to Organize submissions, constitutions, and officer GPA appeals.Advise and train the student staff and Student Senate committees in all aspects of the student organization recognition process.
Responsible for the administrative process of student organization policy violations, hearings and sanctions.
Stay abreast of risk management issues relating to student organizations.
Serves as a liaison to community and responds to community concerns.
Educate student organization officers and advisors on policies by creating and regularly updating published resources.
Coordinate leadership development opportunities, involvement fairs, student leadership awards and recognition.
Responsible for publications of resources for student organizations and advisors.
Collaborate with the CMU Event Services staff to help support student organizations with effective event planning.Responsible for Dining Services (Sodexo) catering grant opportunities and exceptions for student organizations.
Serve as an ex-officio member of and advisor to the Student Activity Fee Allocation Committee (SAFAC).
Support the budget planning, request, allocation and policy development processes to ensure the student life/activity fee is administered in accordance to board policy.
Collaborate with the Director and Associate Director to develop and implement policies and guidelines and to prepare the annual budget request for the student fee review committee and other University stakeholders.
Collaborate with the Director and Associate Director to present the annual budget recommendations to Student Senate and other University stakeholders.
Support the SAFAC travel/supplemental request annual funding process and serve as a resource to students and student organizations receiving funds.
Serve as the liaison with Business Services in regards to student organization accounts.
Responsible for developing a strong working relationship with and supporting Student Senate, including mentoring and coaching individual senators, chairs and executive members, weekly meetings with the Treasurer regarding budgets and SAFAC, and assisting with the facilitation of information between administration and Student Senate. May include attending Student Senate's meetings. Coordinate and collaborate with other campus leaders to develop, implement, and assess a variety of student leadership programs including:
Development and execution of an annual leadership experience.
Development and execution of events, programs or experiences as part of the Student Life Pathways
On-going leadership development and training for student organization leaders and student employees
Master's Degree in Student Affairs, Student Development, or related field
2 Years of relevant work experience
Knowledge of and application of student development and leadership theory, program planning and execution, maintenance of records, administrative supervisory skills, customer service delivery skills, budget management, computer literacy, effective oral and written communication, goal setting, individual initiative and independent decision making.
To be considered by the search committee, applications must include: curriculum vitae or resume, cover letter, unofficial transcripts from all degree granting institutions, and names/contact information for three professional references. Letters of recommendation may be requested for candidates chosen to interview. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed by the search committee.
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The successful candidate must provide official transcripts of all academic work completed and, under U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services regulations, be able to accept work in the U.S. by the day employment begins.
Minnesota State University Moorhead is not a sponsoring agency for staff or management positions (e.g., H-1B visa). Applicants must currently be authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis. Offers of employment are contingent upon the presentation of documents that demonstrate a person's identity and authorization to work in the United States, which are consistent with the provisions of the Immigration Reform and Control Act. Unfortunately, Minnesota State does not participate in the E-Verify program.
In the simplest and most idealistic terms, our purpose at Minnesota State University Moorhead is to transform the world by transforming lives. In more specific terms, we are a university united around certain beliefs.
Minnesota State University Moorhead is a student-centered University that treats students as individuals with different experiences and aspirations, whether they are first generation college students, full-time working adults or a variety of traditional and nontraditional students. Our tuition, which is among the most affordable in the region, and our instructional quality combine to create an outstanding higher education value. We help students succeed by providing strong academic experiences as well as a full range of support services and social and community opportunities.Through challenging programs and guidance from faculty and staff with high expectations, we help students to discover and then reach their potential. We provide opportunities for significant student research, leadership development, service learning, creative production, and athletic competition. Further, we have strong, cohesive curricula that prepare students not only to participate in the workforce of today but also to create and lead the workforce and society of tomorrow.