The Director of Student Activities (DSA) works under the direction of the Vice President and Dean of Students. The DSA assumes the lead role in planning and implementing intentional and educational campus events and programming in accordance with Catholic Social Teaching. This includes commuter programs, weekly programming efforts and late night/weekend programming. Serves as advisor to the Student Government Association and acts as a mentor to all campus clubs and organizations. Works collaboratively with the Title IX coordinator, members of the wellness center, the on campus Crisis Service Advocate and other members of the campus community to provide Sexual Health and Relationship Education (SHARE) to the campus, including working with local agencies to provide this education. Provides leadership and training to student leaders. Negotiates and executes contracts with outside agencies for Office of Student Activities programs. Prepares and manages annual budget for the Office of Student Activities, Student Government Association and clubs and organizations. Acts as a site leader for campus wide days of service, and offer support to the office of Service Learning and Community Engagement for campus wide days of service, on campus service projects, and off campus service when needed. Represents the Office of Student Activities at Open House, Accepted Students Day, New Student Orientation, and other events as needed.
Requirements/Qualifications: Good planning and project management ability. Strong negotiation skills. Capable of developing and sustaining collaborative relationships and programs. Strong communication and interpersonal skills. Proven leadership and supervision. Familiarity with all campus services, policies and regulations. Knowledge of social media including Instagram and Twitter. Basic knowledge of content marketing. Ability to work with minimal supervision. Flexibility to work evening and weekend hours. Strong computer skills. Master’s degree in College Student Personnel Administration or a related field. 3-5 years of professional experience in planning and implementing student events and advising student organizations. Prior Student Development experience at a faith based college/university preferred. Experience working with diverse students and groups desired.
Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume and contact information for three professional references to:
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Hilbert College is an independent institution of higher learning that embraces its Catholic Franciscan heritage and values. Students from diverse backgrounds are educated in liberal arts and professional programs to become informed citizens committed to serving and strengthening their communities.