Student Engagement at the University at Buffalo provides UB students with intentional programming and support related to leadership, engagement, activities and development (LEAD). As one of three LEAD Coordinators within Student Engagement, this position is responsible for coordinating programming related to one of these major thematic areas while also providing general support for other functional areas of Student Engagement including leadership and outdoor education, community & civic engagement, fraternity & sorority life, student mentorship initiatives and large-scale pride & tradition programming.
1. You will coordinate programming for one of the three core functional areas within Student Engagement – community & civic engagement, student governance & organizations (including Fraternities & Sororities), or student mentorship initiatives
2. You will supervise a graduate assistant and/or a graduate intern, as well as provide support to students engaged in programming related to the functional area
3. You will contribute positively to the overall success of Student Engagement programming initiatives by supporting the other functional areas of Student Engagement
4. You will assist in the planning and implementation of large-scale, campus-wide, pride & tradition programming initiatives such as Welcome Weekend, Family Weekend, Senior Celebration and Oozefest Mud Volleyball Tournament
5. You will build and maintain positive relationships with campus and community stakeholders
Student Engagement at the University at Buffalo is a dynamic office situated within the Division of Student Life that enhances learning and development by facilitating impactful opportunities that empower students to be contributors in a global society. Student Engagement provides programs and services that encourage and inspire involvement through integrative and intentional experiences
University at Buffalo is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and, in keeping with our commitment, welcomes all to apply including veterans and individuals with disabilities.
Bachelor’s degree is required. One year of experience working in higher education, student leadership development, experiential learning or student activities is required. Knowledge of student development, ability to work with diverse populations, strong communication skills, and a demonstrated ability to multi-task are required.
Master’s Degree in in student affairs, higher education, counseling, leadership development, or a related discipline is desirable. Strong presentation and communications skills, demonstrated ability to work collaboratively in a fast-paced, team setting and a proven commitment to fostering an inclusive learning environment for a large, diverse student body is preferred.
Salary Range $42,651 – $45,651
Campus North Campus
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