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University of Delaware
Location: Newark, Delaware
Type: Full Time
University of Delaware Equal Employment Opportunity Statement
The University of Delaware is an Equal Opportunity Employer which encourages applications from Minority Group Members, Women, Individuals with Disabilities and Veterans. The University's Notice of Non-Discrimination can be found at http://www.udel.edu/aboutus/legalnotices.html
Job No: 498607 Work Type: Staff Location: Newark Categories: Student Affairs & Services, Full Time
PAY GRADE: 28E
CONTEXT OF THE JOB:
Under the general direction of the Assistant Director for Programming, the Program Coordinator provides programming assistance and support to events and large-scale programs including concerts, major festivals, films, trips, cultural events, lectures, and traditional and historic events. This person supports some of the universities premiere high-profile events including Student Homecoming Week, Parent and Family Weekend Featured Events, Senior Days events, USC Celebrate Series, Trabant Now, Perkins Live, Welcome Weekend Events, and UD on Stage. The Program Coordinator also offers programming advisement to student groups, coordinates and collaborates event efforts among student groups, and assists with event planning. The Program Coordinator also helps with some of the performance and production aspects of the annual Fall Student Involvement Fair featuring more than 500 student organizations and departments and attracting approximately 6000 students.
As part of the cross-functional nature of this department, the Program Coordinator helps student program board members understand the financial model of the Trabant University Center and Perkins Student Center and the importance of effective and creative utilization of spaces to promote campus vibrancy. The Program Coordinator also serves as an advisor to RSOs, assists with training and facilitation for student leaders, and provides facility-related support during large-scale events and campus emergencies.
The Program Coordinator develops positive working relationships and partnerships with other university departments in Student Life, Academic Departments, Athletics, Development and Alumni Relations, UDPD, Risk Management, and Purchasing / Accounting / Business, and Dining Services in the advisement of students and delivery of creative, innovative programs, and large-scale institutional events
Assist the University Student Centers with planning, producing, and assessing a variety of educational, social, and recreational programs, events and services such as Opening Weekend, Parents and Family Weekend, Senor Fling, USC Celebrates, Quizzo, Perkins Live and Trabant Now, the USC Film Series, and other student focused campus wide events.
Provide supervision of weekend and evening programs which may include lectures, concerts, performing artists, comedy shows and major campus-wide events.
Coordinate and facilitate collaborations as appropriate with student groups, Student Life departments, academic departments, graduate students, and the greater community for the purpose of co-sponsorships, assessment, and implementing programs which strengthen campus engagement.
Provide campus event programming advisement and assistance to University of Delaware's programming board.
Provide campus event programming advisement and assistance to major Registered Student Organizations in developing educational and social activities. Oversee program development and mentor student leaders in developing policy awareness and organizational skills
Assist with assessment and data collection initiatives pertaining to student development and program and event management utilizing Divisional assessment tools (Qualtrics) to ensure learning outcomes are achieved.
Ensure compliance with university financial, facilities, and risk management policies and procedures.
Support the work and mission of the Division of Student Life through committees, task forces and special assignments.
Serve on-call for evening events as part of rotational team to support student staff and provide a new lens and perspective about facility operations, students, events and programs to inform training programs and services.
Write reports, provide research, and fulfill other projects as assigned by the Director.
Bachelor's degree, Master's degree preferred, in Student Personnel or other higher education job-related discipline and a minimum of two years' experience in advising campus groups in the programming aspects of major events.
Experience in the promotion, production, and marketing of campus events.
Ability to provide direction and guidance in maintaining existing programs.
Ability to create new activities and events.
Effective communication and technical skills.
Ability to work a flexible schedule including evening and weekend events.
Proven experience in working effectively with diverse constituencies and program interest.
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