Payroll Title: UCP IV
Class Code: 0436-9084
Job Family: STU
FLSA Code: E
Under the general supervision of designated supervisor, assists in the administration of a cultural center and its programs that are designed to promote understanding, awareness and cultural exchange and to provide assistance to its constituent group.
CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Advises and assists assigned constituent group in developing, planning, budgeting, scheduling and marketing their programs.
- Is responsible for thorough knowledge of state, university and departmental policies and regulations regarding public events, purchasing, building operation, safety, contract negotiations and for advising others on same.
- Assists in developing and implementing Center policies, procedures, goals and objectives.
- Provides assistance to constituent group in solving problems and/or providing information about Center programs and services, University or community services, and academic programs; makes appropriate referrals as needed.
- Performs various administrative duties such as maintaining and monitoring fiscal records, processing paperwork, vouchers, etc., and recommending office procedures; assists with facilities maintenance, budget monitoring, correspondence and reports.
- Serves as a resource to Center and volunteer staff regarding Center policies, procedures and services.
- Assists with, coordinates, and/or plans educational, social and recreational programs and events such as lectures, discussion groups, workshops, seminars, orientation, concerts, and films.
- Supervises Center programs and events as assigned.
- Prepares and/or supervises the preparation of various informational and promotional publications and materials such as Center newsletter and other publicity.
- Collects data and assists in assessing needs of constituent groups and evaluating effectiveness of programs; recommends changes.
- Assumes responsibility for the Center in the absence of supervisor.
- Acts as liaison between different campus and off-campus groups and organizations in developing programs.
- Participates in evaluation of department policies, and recommends changes.
- Monitors compliance with all policies and procedures and reports violations.
- Performs related duties as required.
MINIMUM ACCEPTABLE QUALIFICATIONS
- Bachelor’s degree, preferably in education/counseling or liberal arts
- Some demonstrated experience in related area.
- Demonstrated ability to deal effectively with the public, students, faculty, staff and external agencies.
- Good organizational skills as well as good oral and written communication skills.
- Willingness to work irregular and flexible hours.
- Knowledge of issues related to constituency to be served.
- Knowledge of program development.
OTHER DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS/SKILLS
- Master’s degree in student activities/programming, student personnel, counseling or related field
Date Created: 6/28/85