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Coordinator, Student Engagement Outreach
|Job Type:||Leadership Development/Programs Other Service Learning/Volunteerism|
|Institution Type:||Public, 4-year|
|Institution Size:||< 15,000 Students|
The Coordinator for Student Engagement Outreach is a key part of the Associated Students of University of Nevada (ASUN) Center for Student Engagement (CSE). The Coordinator works with students, community partners, student services faculty and academic faculty to develop civic engagement co-creation of knowledge partnerships; collaborates with departments, clubs, and organizations to promote on- and off-campus civic engagement opportunities; and executes successful civic engagement events and programs to include detail management, program finance oversight, and learning outcomes assessment.
The Coordinator develops and implements various learning opportunities in the academic and co-curricular classroom; supports co-curricular transcript implementation; and oversees a number of programs within the Center for Student Engagement including: GivePulse software platform for volunteer opportunities, One Day Service days throughout the year (MLK, Caesar Chavez, Alt. Spring Break, Welcome Day of Service, etc), Pack Provisions (Food & Hygiene Pantry), Campus Wide Dialogues, and various service awards including an annual celebration event.
A successful candidate will demonstrate the following: excellent verbal and written communication, data based decision-making, critical thinking/inquiry, and problem solving skills; a commitment to the ethical and moral leadership development of students; knowledge of non-profit management; a commitment to valuing the rich diversity of our university and community; supporting student self-direction; interpersonal and human relations skills; asset based understanding of the community; and the ability to work nights and weekends.
To learn more about the ASUN Center for Student Engagement visit https://www.unr.edu/student-engagement
About the University of Nevada Reno
The University of Nevada, Reno, is a public research university that is committed to the promise of a future powered by knowledge. Nevada’s land-grant university founded in 1874, the University serves nearly 22,000 students. The University is a comprehensive, doctoral university, classified as an R1 institution with very high research activity by the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education. More than $800 million in advanced labs, residence halls and facilities has been invested on campus since 2009. It is home to the University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine and Wolf Pack Athletics, maintains a statewide outreach mission and presence through programs such as the University of Nevada Cooperative Extension, Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology, Small Business Development Center, Nevada Seismological Laboratory, and is part of the Nevada System of Higher Education. Through a commitment to world-improving research, student success and outreach benefiting the communities and businesses of Nevada, the University has impact across the state and around the world.
Located where the Sierra Nevada meets the high desert of the Great Basin, the University’s verdant, 290-acre campus is a 45-minute drive from scenic Lake Tahoe. Today, the University delivers on its land-grant mission of access to education and knowledge by investing in the academics, facilities, support, engagement and vibrant campus life that promote our diverse students’ cognitive growth and academic achievement — all while remaining one of the best values in American higher education, according to both Forbes and Money magazines (2018). The University is ranked in the top tier of National Universities by U.S. News & World Report and in the top tier of the WSJ/Times Higher Education World University Rankings.
The University of Nevada, Reno recognizes that diversity promotes excellence in education and research. We are an inclusive and engaged community and recognize the added value that students, faculty, and staff from different backgrounds bring to the educational experience.
For more information, visit www.unr.edu
A high school diploma/equivalent and five years of related work experience or an associate’s degree and three years of related work experience or a bachelor’s degree and two years of related work experience or a master’s degree and one year of related work experience.
Related Experience: Student development, higher education administration, civic engagement, community outreach, grant writing, program development, employee and/or volunteer supervision, and funding appropriations
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