Administrative Position (exempt)
Position TitleCoordinator for Involvement and Wellness Programs
Salary ($US) and BenefitsSalary Range: $34,872 - $43,000
Basic FunctionUnder the direction of an Associate Director for Student Life, the Coordinator for Involvement and Wellness Programs is responsible for student government advising, coordination of wellness programs, and large scale on- and off-campus student programming. The coordinator is also responsible for the planning and implementation of innovative programs and activities that enrich the student experience and address CLU Student Learning Outcomes.
Representative DutiesStudent Leadership and Programs
• Develop, design, and implement wellness initiatives and programs. E
• Advise an Associated Students of California Lutheran University group and other assigned student groups. E
• Select and provide on-going training, supervision and motivation to the student intern staff. E
• Keep accurate records regarding budget and program outcomes. E
• Participate in the implementation and planning of major student programs. E
• Manage and facilitate specific assigned programs. E
• Market events and programs, including website management and communication to the university community. E
• Facilitate appropriate assessment of student events and programs. E
• Contribute to the development of strategic goals for student programming. E
• Collaborate with other Student Life areas and university departments. E
• Stay abreast of current CLU, regional, and national trends regarding student leadership, involvement, and wellness programs through such means as professional association membership, listservs, relationships with other institutions, and attendance at appropriate professional conferences. E
General Job Duties
• Contribute to overall goals of program development and service to students as a member of the Student Life staff and as an active participant in staff meetings and the university community as a whole. E
• Increase avenues of communication with students by maintaining visibility, availability, and approachability. E
• Provide leadership on projects as assigned. E
• Assist students and staff with academic, personal, and social issues. E
• Make appropriate referral to various campus offices and personnel as well as off-campus support services. E
• Support division wide projects and programs, such as, but not limited to, Homecoming Week and New Student Orientation. E
• Serve on campus wide and Student Affairs related committees as needed. E
• Serve as department liaison with other areas of the University. E
• Assist in general problem solving and participate in campus crisis response, as appropriate. E
• Perform other duties as assigned.
Knowledge Of• Student government advising
• Wellness Programming.
• Supervision, training, event planning, and programming.
• Oral and written communication and presentation skills
• Student development and leadership theories
• Basic liability and risk management issues.
Ability To• Lead, develop and motivate student staff.
• Relate positively with students.
• Facilitate programs and events.
• Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships.
• Organize and manage projects.
• Work independently with little supervision.
• Attend to details.
• Speak confidently in public to various sized groups.
Education and ExperienceEDUCATION & EXPERIENCE
Master’s degree in College Student Services, Higher Education Administration, or related field. Consideration will be given to candidates completing master’s degree by August 2013. One year total experience working within Master’s degree program in any combination of the following areas: student government, wellness programs, large scale student programs, and leadership programs preferred.
LICENCES & OTHER REQUIREMENTS:
• Valid California Drivers License.
• Some weekends & evenings required.
• Office Environment.
• Frequent interruptions.
• Contact with dissatisfied or abusive individuals.
• Driving a vehicle to conduct work.
• Hearing and speaking to exchange information and to interview advisors and interns.
• Seeing to update website; handouts and outreach materials.
• Sitting for long periods of time
• Dexterity of hands and fingers to operate a computer keyboard
• Bending at the waist, kneeling or crouching to store or retrieve records.
Application ProcedureCompleted Application Packet includes:
• CLU Online Application
• Cover letter outlining your qualifications for this particular job
Only complete packets will be forwarded to the search committee. Please submit your cover letter and resume by email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or mail to:
California Lutheran University
Human Resources, MC1100
60 W. Olsen Road
Thousand Oaks, CA 91360