Payroll Title: UCP V
Class Code: 0536-9085
Job Family: STU
FLSA Code: E
Under the general supervision of designated supervisor, assists with developing and administering a program of student activities for a regional campus.
CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Supervises and monitors student activities on a regional campus, including advising student organizations, as well as developing, coordinating, implementing and scheduling programs of a co-curricular nature.
- Advises the undergraduate Student Government Association regarding its activities with special responsibility to promote responsible student decision-making and to encourage wide student participation.
- Assists in developing, planning, and coordinating special events including but not limited to student/faculty events, recreational activities and student leadership development opportunities.
- Assists and advises student organizations regarding program planning, use of facilities, program arrangements, services and available equipment.
- Attends Student Government Association meetings and other student-sponsored social events.
- Monitors Student Government accounting procedures and advises regarding proper procedures; may reconcile and verify accuracy of accounts.
- Explains and monitors compliance with University policies and procedures pertaining to student activities; serves as a resource to faculty and other staff in matters of program development, policy and procedures.
- Maintains complete accounting of equipment inventory, fire insurance and necessary reports for student government and other student organizations.
- Seeks to publicize student events in the local community and to increase community awareness of the University, including assisting in general recruitment and conducting campus tours.
- May assist with and/or supervises an orientation program for entering students and their families; assists in registration process, placement testing and other related student services.
- May assist in developing and designing various informational and promotional materials and publications about student activities, student affairs, and the campus in general.
- Maintains and publicizes calendar of student events and activities.
- Registers new student organizations and review, approves and monitors requests for concessions and solicitations
MINIMUM ACCEPTABLE QUALIFICATIONS
- Bachelor’s degree
- Prior experience in the area of student affairs and services student activities in a college setting required.
- Ability to establish close working relationships with students, faculty and staff
- Willingness to work night/weekend events.
OTHER DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS/SKILLS
- Master’s degree in college student affairs, higher education or guidance and counseling or related area highly preferred.
Date Created: 6/28/85