Position Overview The Key Plus Coordinator will be responsible for providing leadership for the Key Plus and Key Academic Culture, Communication, and Sports Communities and will contribute to the efforts and goals of the team and department. Key Plus addresses a combination of academic and social aspects of students’ lives and is dedicated to academic achievement, leadership development, cultural appreciation and service for second-year students. Students in the Key Culture and Communication Community take two university core classes that are linked together with a seminar course. This position reports directly to the Assistant Director of the Key Communities.
Minimum Qualifications • Master’s Degree by May 2014 OR a Bachelor’s Degree and minimum of 2 years full-time professional experience in student services in higher education or high school or college age populations • Experience working with programs whose primary purpose and mission is to support underrepresented students in higher education such as TRIO, Multicultural Affairs or the equivalent • Experience working with second-year students in higher education
For full consideration, complete applications must be received by March 24th, 2014 by 5pm, MDT. Application must contain: 1. resume 2. personal statement on your philosophy and approach to working with diverse populations 3. cover letter addressing job description and duties 4. three professional references (with names, relationship and contact information). References will not be contacted without prior notification of candidates.
Application materials need to be uploaded in a single, combined document (PDF or Word only) through the Division of Student Affairs’ website located at http://www.studentaffairsjobs.colostate.edu/. Applicants unable to upload materials through this website should submit an electronic application via email to email@example.com with attachments in PDF or Word.
If you have questions about the position or search process, please contact Keith Lopez, Search Committee Chair, at (970) 491-4304 or Keith.Lopez@colostate.edu .
Travel funds to a maximum of $750 will be available per candidate for interviews.
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