The Robert M. Smith Student Center is a community gathering space that hosts numerous meetings and events each year. The Assistant Director of the Robert M. Smith Student Center is responsible for all daily operations of the Student Center. The Assistant Director serves as the primary point of contact for university faculty, staff, and students for all Student Center services. The Assistant director supervises two graduate assistants and approximately 30 student assistants and insures that the department provides educational and entertaining programming to enhance the campus environment and student development.
Some of the specific duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to:
1.Creating a learning environment that is inclusive, accessible, adaptable for a variety of events.
2. Collaborate with other university offices, including catering, police, housekeeping, maintenance, etc. regarding special event service and facility needs.
3. Create and implement specific programming initiatives for the Commuter student population, working collaboratively with other campus departments.
4. Create a positive working environment through employee recognition and reward program,
5. Establish the Student Center information Desk as a central location for accessing information about programs and services of the Student Center,
6. Utilize social media platforms to advertise and promote programs.
7. Assist with the coordination and implementation of evaluation and assessment activities to measure the usage, impact, effectiveness and outcomes of all Student Center programs and services.
Bachelors degree and two years of work-related experience
Masters Degree; work experience in Student Affairs & Higher Education; experience in event logistics; supervisory experience; marketing experience; and working with diverse populations.
Posting Detail Information
Posting Date 09/11/2018
Open Until Filled Yes
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The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies:
Assistant Vice President of Diversity and Equal Opportunity/Title IX Coordinator
305 Old Main Building
104 Maltby Avenue
Slippery Rock University
Slippery Rock, PA 16057
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Special Instructions to Applicants
Please provide three professional references in the application. Official transcripts required prior to employment.
Recommended candidate will be required to complete criminal background checks, including Act 34 (State Police); Act 151 (Child Abuse); and Federal Criminal (FBI) clearance prior to appointment.
Full consideration given to applications received by October 5, 2018.