General Description This position is full-time, twelve month, administrative professional position that will support the Key Communities and University Learning Community initiatives through the implementation of projects affiliated with learning community programs and initiatives. The Assistant Coordinator will have administrative responsibilities with customer service, database management, communications and marketing, outreach and recruitment, programming, assessment, event planning, supervision of student staff, and office operations. The position reports to the Director of Key Communities/University Learning Communities Coordinator and Systems Technology and Assessment Coordinator, and works closely with all of the full-time staff affiliated with Key Communities. Note: some work will occur during evenings and weekends.
Minimum Qualifications • Bachelor’s Degree by start of employment • Experience working with diverse populations • Experience in office management or administrative support position within higher education or a related field.
For full consideration, complete applications must be received by May 12th, 2014 by 5pm, MDT. Application must contain: 1. resume 2. cover letter addressing job description and duties 3. 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://studentaffairsjobs.colostate.edu/index.asp . 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.
Travel funds to a maximum of $350 will be available per candidate for interviews.
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