Coordinator of Student Leadership & Activities

Blinn College
February 19, 2023
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Offerd Salary:$43,028
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Contract Type:Open-ended
Working Time:Full time
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Posting Details

VEVRRA Federal Contractor – Priority referral protected veterans requested.

Position Information

Requisition Number 2023003P

Position Title Coordinator of Student Leadership & Activities Salary Range $43,028 + experience DBM Rating C41 Job Type Full Time Job Category Professional/Staff Anticipated Start Date 02/06/2023 Campus Brenham Application Deadline Extended Open Deadline FLSA Exempt Security Sensitive? Yes Work Hours 8 am - 5 pm (Some evenings and weekends)

Position Summary Information

Objective

To coordinate and implement student related activities and functions to enhance the growth and development of all students by providing social, cultural and educational opportunities for all students to engage with the campus and the community.

Required Quals Summary

1. Bachelor's degree 2. 2+ years of student affairs experience 3. Co-Curricular higher education experience or related

Special Notes To Applicants

This is a 12 month, benefits eligible position. Blinn College pays 100% of health insurance for full time employees, 50% for dependents, and two times your annual salary in life insurance benefits. Optional coverage's can begin on your first active duty date. If you would like to review insurance benefits in advance, you can access the New Employee Benefits Guide online, https:// www. ers.state.tx.us/New-Employee/Insurance/. Leave time includes 96 hours vacation, 40 hours discretionary and 16 hours personal each year and 8 hours sick each month. Paid leave for college designated holiday's, spring break, thanksgiving and Christmas break (approx. 25 days per year)

Quick Link https: // employment.blinn.edu/postings/10918

Position Details

Principal Accountabilities

Principal Accountabilities

1. Responsible for co-advising (with primary daily responsibilities) the Student Government Association with special attention to student planned campus event implementation. Market and promote student engagement opportunities to Blinn students. Events to include, but not limited to, Buccaneer Days, Homecoming Week, Fall Bash, Spring Fling, student organization club fairs, community vendor fairs, talent show, and end of the year awards program.

2. Provide oversight for student organization/club program. Coordinate all student related activities and functions including providing oversight of student center game room. Research, recommend, develop and implement programs and activities in conjunction with other student life employees. Monitor all club account budgets, travel request, sponsor stipend disbursements, and resource requests. Coordinate club/organization bi-annual training workshops.

3. Assist the Director in the creation and implementation of college programming and activities for a diverse student population. Promote, organize and coordinate campus special events, such as diversity programming initiatives including (but not limited to): Hispanic Heritage Week, Black Heritage Week, and Multi-Cultural Appreciation week and other activities.

4. Tracks all club and organization training, Advisor training, and Risk Management training. Ensures goals and assessment results are tracked appropriately. Collaborate with the Director to develop new strategic directions for the department based on assessment results.

5. Establish and advise a Campus Activity Board (CAB).

6. Coordinate with the Marketing department to ensure promotional materials are printed and distributed around campus to promote SLA events.

7. Assist the Director and other Student Leadership & Activities staff to provide supervisory assistance of student center events, as assigned.

8. Performs other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications

Minimum Qualifications

1. Bachelor's degree 2. 2+ years of student affairs experience which could include programming in the residence halls, student activities, and event planning.

Minimum Competencies

Minimum Competencies

1. Willingness to work evenings and weekends. 2. Ability to organize effectively and to work with limited direct supervision. 3. Ability to work with diverse groups. 4. Ability to multi-task in a fast paced environment. 5. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with instructors, staff, administration, students, the general public, the business and professional communities. 6. Demonstrated understanding of and commitment to: the community college mission and purpose; teaching and learning; high academic standards; and, student success 7. Knowledge and experience using integrated software systems and Microsoft applications (with proficiency in MS Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint presentation and Publisher. 8. Must have the ability to direct, supervise, coordinate and evaluate student activities programs on the collegiate level. 9. Proven leadership and organizational skills. 10. Must possess strong interpersonal verbal and written communication skills. 11. Position requires flexible work hours. 12. General knowledge of college operations including instructional programs, student services and fiscal management.

Preferred Qualifications

Preferred Qualifications

1. Master's degree 2. 1+ years of educational work experience, either administrative or instructional 3. Community College teaching/program administration experience 4. Prior work experience involving student affairs, student activities, and student development. 5. Prior work experience at a college or university. 6. Past work experience involving facility management. 7. Past supervisory experience.

Preferred Competencies

Working Conditions

Are there particular working conditions associated with this job that should be noted (I.E., working environment, hours of work, workspace, etc.)? Yes

If 'Yes', please explain

Position can require work on some evenings, weekends, or holidays. During peak times, e.g. Homecoming, Buccaneer Days, and Finals week work hours have the potential to be extended.

Physical and Mental Requirements

Physical and Mental Requirements: Light lifting, under 15 lbs., Reaching above shoulder, Simple grasping, Dual simultaneous grasping, Walking, Standing, Sitting, Twisting, Pushing, Stooping, Operating office equipment, Operating motor vehicle, Seeing, Identifying colors, Depth perception, Hearing (with aid), Hearing (without aid), Writing, Counting, Reading, Telling time

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Environmental Requirements

Environmental Requirements: Outside, Inside, Working closely with other, Working alone

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Supplemental Questions

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  • Are you legally eligible for employment in the U.S.?
  • Yes
  • No
  • Do you have a Bachelor's degree or higher?
  • Yes
  • No
  • Please explain your experience with programming initiatives?
  • (Open Ended Question)

  • Describe a campus wide student program you have been involved with. What role did you have in the implementation of the event?
  • (Open Ended Question)

  • What experience have you had working with student clubs and organizations and it's officers?
  • (Open Ended Question)

  • Tell us about your experience working with a Student Government Association.
  • (Open Ended Question)

  • Describe your experience working with diversity programming.
  • (Open Ended Question)

  • How many years of student activities, programming, and/or campus events planning do you have?
  • 0
  • 1-3
  • 3-5
  • 5+
  • How did you hear about this employment opportunity?
  • Advertisement (specify in next question below)
  • Blinn Website
  • Blinn Employee
  • Internet Site (specify in next question below)
  • Indeed
  • Higher Ed Jobs
  • HERC - Higher Education Recruitment Consortium
  • TACC - Texas Association of Community Colleges
  • Other (specify in next question below)
  • If in the previous question you selected "Advertisement", "Internet Site", or "Other", please specify how you heard about this employment opportunity.
  • (Open Ended Question)

  • Please choose all that apply below. If you answer yes to any below, please upload a copy of your DD214 or DD1300 in the optional documents section. For definition of claiming veteran's employment preference please see the following website:https:// www. statutes.legis.state.tx.us/Docs/GV/pdf/GV.657.pdf)
  • Yes, I am a veteran
  • Yes, I am a veteran's surviving spouse who has not remarried
  • Yes, I am an orphan of a veteran who was killed while on active duty.
  • Yes, I am claiming veteran's employment preference.
  • No, to all the above
  • To be eligible for employment in the U.S. and at Blinn College, will you now or in the future require Blinn College to commence ("sponsor") an immigration case in order to employ you (for example, H-1B or other employment-based immigration case)? This is sometimes called "sponsorship" for an employment-based visa status.
  • Yes, I will now or in the future need H-1B visa sponsorship
  • No, I will not need sponsorship now or in the future for an H-1B visa
  • Applicant Documents

    Required Documents

  • Resume
  • Cover Letter
  • Optional Documents

  • DD214 (required for Veteran's or Veteran's preference)
  • DD1300 (required for orphan's or surviving spouse)
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