Plans and coordinates one or more programs. Develops and implements programs that align with the department's mission and goals. Creates program materials, establishes staffing requirements, and ensures that program achieves stated objectives. May be responsible for special events pertaining to the department. Hires, supervises, trains, schedules, and makes decision to resolve issues; serves as primary administrative contact; performs other duties as assigned.
â— Supervise one graduate assistant responsible for advising the student Learning Community Association, learning community program social media, and the learning community undergraduate and graduate alumni programs
â— Co-supervise the learning community peer mentor undergraduate staff (approximately 20 student leaders)
Recruit, select, and supervise one summer graduate assistant, through the ACUHO-I intern program, who will assist with summer orientation, preparations for the incoming class, and student staff training â— Supervise the Learning Community intern(s) on daily office tasks and projects
â— Provide a professional development plan and formal evaluation process for the graduate assistant and intern(s)
â— Assist with recruitment and selection for the learning community activities board
â— Attend and co-facilitate Learning Community Association meetings with the Learning Community graduate assistant
â— Develop on-going leadership development sessions as part of a leadership curriculum for the Learning Community Association and Learning Community interns
Program Wide Events
â— Develop at least 6 Learning Community wide programs each year that enhance the co-curricular and community development goals of the program
â— Responsible for the implementation of Learning Community wide events such as the Learning Community Orientation, Learning Community Ice Cream Social, Learning Community Ed Talks, Learning,
Community Night at the City Museum, Learning Community Symposium and Learning Community Volleyball Tournament
â— Develop Learning Community wide programs that engage upper-class students and alumni of the program
â— Provide oversight of the Learning Community Medallion Program and track student completion of requirements
â— Capture and record all program tracking for Learning Community events for department and division assessment
â— Oversee the Learning Community program application process in collaboration with Housing Operations staff
â— Track Learning Community application and placement process throughout the year
â— Maintain a regular partnership with the Admissions Office to coordinate marketing and recruitment efforts
â— Oversee the Learning Community Cold Calls process in spring semester for prospective students
â— Conduct presentations, information fairs, online chats at Admissions events for prospective students
â— Develop a student leader team to assist with Learning Community program recruitment
â— Present during, and be a visible presence at, SLU101 in order to connect with future learning community students
â— Supervise the marketing campaign for the learning community program
â— Create wide range of media content including website, social media, video, print, and email for the learning community program recruitment campaign
â— Develop and maintain monthly newsletters for all Learning Community students and Learning Community alumni
â— Provide direction to professional and student staff for individual learning community monthly newsletters
â— Measures and organizes social media, newsletter, and website analytics and reports for the effectiveness of campaigns
â— Actively seek out students, faculty, and alumni stories that support the strategic messages central to the learning community program
â— Organize year-round service opportunities for each of the nine learning communities
â— Connect with non-profit and community partners to elicit service-learning opportunities for students
â— Develop service related student leader prompts and reflection materials to further enhance the action of service
â— Utilize quantitative and qualitative assessment to produce positive changes and provide a quality Learning Community program
â— Support and administer approved department and/or division assessment initiatives
â— Under the direction of the Associate Director will actualize residential large scale programming to support student learning through promoting, executing, and assessing residential curriculum strategies â— Collaborate with other Division of Student Development departments to support Division Strategic Priorities and University-Wide Undergraduate Learning Outcomes
â— Collaborate with Academic Colleges and Schools to achieve intended outcomes of the program and the university
â— Serve as a member of the Learning Community Advisory Council with key College and School stakeholders
â— Create partnerships with local, national, and international programs to further the co-curricular outcomes of the Learning Community program
â— Serve on two departmental committees; additional opportunities for involvement may become available
â— Opportunity to co-teach a RA course section for student staff each fall semester
â— Opportunity to teach a University 101 course for learning community students in fall semester
A Masters Degree is required, preferred focus in College Student Personnel, Higher Education, or related field. Previous housing and residence life, academic affairs, student leadership, or community engagement experience is preferred. All candidates will be required to submit academic transcripts to verify education. Per university policy, a background check will be conducted for candidates who are a finalist in the search process.
This is a 12 month position. The salary for this is $38,000. The University offers an excellent benefits package, including choices in healthcare, investment opportunities, and tuition remission for up to 18 graduate credit hours per calendar year. Of these hours, $5,250 in tuition is tax-free. Living on campus is an option. If live-on is chosen, a furnished, air-conditioned apartment within an on-campus residence hall or apartment complex including utilities, extended basic cable, internet (wired and wireless) connection, and personal washer and dryer is provided. The Learning Community Coordinator will be required to serve in an on-call rotation for the department if a live-on option is chosen. If the Learning Community Coordinator chooses to live-on, but does not serve in an on-call capacity, the apartment will be taxed if a live-on option is chosen.
Saint Louis University(SLU) is a private, co-educational Jesuit university located in St. Louis, Missouri, United States. Founded in 1818 by the Most Reverend Louis Guillaume Valentin Dubourg SLU is the oldest university west of the Mississippi River. The University has campuses in St. Louis, Mo. and Madrid, Spain. SLU values academic excellence, life-changing research, compassionate health care, and a strong commitment to faith and service. For nearly 200 years, the University has gone beyond teaching facts and figures, encouraging students to form ideas and identities. Today, SLU students are nearly 14,000 strong. The University has invested vast resources to advance academic programs and enhance the student experience. SLU also is a major research institution where premier researchers tackle local and global challenges. And the University's commitment to community service has earned it national acclaim and bolstered its status as a character-building college.
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