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Clubs And Organizations Coordinator

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Grand Canyon University, Inc. Phoenix , AZ 85002

Posted 4 months ago

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Grand Canyon University's department of Student Engagement is seeking a Clubs and Organizations Coordinator to facilitate student success through programs and services connecting students to campus and community organizations, activities, civic engagement and other students.

Responsibilities:

  • Day-to-day oversight of the clubs program. Serves as general advisor to all clubs and as a primary advisor to clubs temporarily without a GCU advisor.

  • Assists in identifying and developing student leaders.

  • Provides leadership training to Club officers and representatives as well as supplemental training throughout the year.

  • Coordinates, plans and implements related student activities on- and off-campus

  • Responsible for club registration, club/council advisement and training, club funding and budgeting, facility management and risk management oversight.

  • Assist students through the process to start new Clubs and Organizations on campus

  • Generates new ideas and ways to engage students and to improve engagement with existing Clubs.

  • Plans and conducts workshops, training and seminars.

  • Assists Club Advisors and leadership in developing new Clubs and Organizations, researches and analyzes student needs to determine program direction and goals.

  • Assists in developing Club policies and procedures in accordance with the University and departmental mission and philosophy.

  • Acts as participating Board Member of GCU Clubs.

  • Evaluates effectiveness of Clubs Program, collects information and prepares reports.

  • Represents the University, department and Clubs to external groups.

  • Plans, facilitates and attends meetings related to Clubs and student leadership.

  • Assists Student Engagement Manager as needed.

  • Communicates regularly with Club advisors and representatives to share information and resources; ensures website is updated regularly and accurately and keeps manuals and other written materials up to date.

  • Maintains an adequate inventory of necessary supplies for student leaders to market events and activities.

  • Performs administrative responsibilities as necessary which may involve clerical duties.

  • May transport students to off-campus events or venues.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited institution in a related discipline is preferred.

  • Minimum of (1) to three (3) years related work experience. College setting preferred.

  • An equivalent combination of education and relevant work experience and education may be substituted upon supervisor's approval.

  • Flexibility with varying work schedules including evenings, holidays and weekends when necessary.

  • Knowledge on Robert's Rules of Order preferred but not required

  • Must have a good driving record and submit a copy of the past 39-month driving history.

  • Must pass a pre-employment background investigation.

  • Provide a positive example to students by supporting the University's Doctrinal Statement, Ethical Position Statement and Mission of Grand Canyon University.

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Clubs And Organizations Coordinator

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Grand Canyon University, Inc.