STUDENT AFFAIRS SPECIALIST II

Under general supervision, coordinates administrative, personnel and logistical support for ongoing department programs or offices. Assists with budgeting, provides counseling, technical/topical training, collects data and coordinates all program components. Produces programs and activities for students. Mentors students. Collaborates with other university entities to produce programs for students and assist with educational outcomes for non-academic conduct situations. May have marketing duties. May supervise support staff.

The Coordinator of Student Activities is a full-time professional staff member reporting to the Assistant Director of Student Activities. S/he will assist the Assistant Director with the implementation and assessment of student activities and resources within the Office of Student Involvement & Leadership.

In this role, s/he will directly advise the University Programs Board and eSports programming board, gg.UAB. The person in this role will advise the students on these boards in the planning, development, coordination and assessment of the following programs including, but not limited to, WelcomeCon, Blazer Welcome Bash, Stress Less Week, BlazerCon, and UAB's Got Talent.

The Coordinator of Student Activities will assist with the development, coordination and assessment of campus wide programming weeks like Blazer Welcome, Homecoming, and Grad Week. The person in this role will be expected to communicate regularly with faculty, staff, students and community members regarding relevant issues and topics.

(Hourly Rate: $16.48 - $22.00)

Bachelor's degree in Communications, Counseling, Education or a related field and three (3) years of related experience required. Work experience may NOT substitute for education requirement.

Preferred Qualifications:

Master’s degree with a concentration in College Student Personnel, Higher Education Administration, Leadership and one (1) year of related experience preferred. Exemplary organizational skills with a strong emphasis on details. Experience in planning programs and events. Ability to present leadership workshops and training sessions that address character formation. Excellent communication (written and verbal) and interpersonal skills. Evening and weekend work may be required throughout the year. Strong computer skills using Windows, Microsoft Word and Excel.
Primary Location University
Job Category Clerical & Administrative
Organization 141002000 Student Involvement & Leadership
Employee Status Regular
Shift Day/1st Shift