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Director of the Center for Student Engagement

The Director of the Center for Student Engagement serves as a key member of the Student Affairs leadership team.  They provide general oversight for the co-curricular programs that promote the mission of the Division of Student Affairs and the University.  The Director provides direction and oversight to initiatives and programs that connect students to opportunities supporting leadership development, campus community, and civic engagement.

Specific responsibilities include:

  • Supervision of 1 full-time Assistant Director (Greek Life Advisor)
  • Shared supervision of 4 full-time employees (collateral reponsibilities in Residence Life)
  • Review and authorize entertainment contracts for student organizations
  • Coordinate community engagement programs
  • Organize new student orientation/Welcome Week including the selection and training of Orientation Leaders
  • Co-advise the Student Activities Board, advise Student Government
  • Assist with other major campus traditions including homecoming, family weekend, Bike Race, Etc.
  • Provide vision and accountability for the Greek Life community (in partnership with Assistant Director)
  • Provide emergency on-call respnse
  • Oversee the risk management component of all student activities
  • Assist in some adjudication of student conduct cases
  • Implement appropriate assessment tools for various programs and services within the department

Bachelor's required. Masters preferred in student affairs, counseling, or other related field. 3-5 years with Masters degree. 5-7 years with Bachelors degree.

A successful candidate should demonstrate understanding of student development, risk management, assessment of learning, and large-scale event planning.  Knowledge of diversity, equity, and inclusion as it applies to campus events, creating community on campus, and instilling a sense of belonging throughout the co-curricular experience.

To apply for this position, please submit a cover letter, resume and references in one complete pdf with the online application. 

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