Position: Campus Life Coordinator
Deadline: May 5, 2020
Job Description / Duties
Reporting to the Associate Dean, Student Success, the Campus Life Coordinator(CLC) is responsible for facilitating student life activities within Victoria College and increasing both commuter and residence student engagement. The CLC promotes community development and the academic success and personal growth of students through program implementation, policy development, student council advising, and individual student interaction. The CLC is an ongoing support for all academic and non-academic co-curricular student activities including those that involve student government or student organizations. The CLC takes a leadership role in orientation programs serving as Co-Chair for of the Orientation Committee and its Executive. The CLC is supervised by the Assistant Dean – International Students & Upper Year Transitions - and works in close co-operation with all members of the Office of the Dean, as well as with various campus departments to ensure that both the quality of the student experience and the mission of the university are promoted. The CLC is required to live on campus and participate in a rotating on-call schedule.
Qualifications / Required Skills
University degree and/or acceptable equivalent combination of education and experience.
Minimum of 3 years related experience in program development and delivery in student affairs or other relevant campus, community, or government areas. Demonstrated experience advising and working with student groups, organizations or university departments. A thorough knowledge of university culture (student, faculty, administration and alumni) is essential. Experience with informal guidance and crisis response is required. Experience in an equity office or role is highly desirable. Knowledge of offices and resources available for student referral at the university and in the larger community is an asset.
Ability to work independently and demonstrate initiative. In-depth understanding of student governments, other campus organizations and University policies and procedures related to student life and activities. Working knowledge of student development theories, or other related theories is an asset. In-depth understanding of and commitment to diversity with experience in equity. An understanding of the practice of career development and support. Interpersonal, conflict mediation, troubleshooting and problem solving skills. Tact, sensitivity, initiative, flexibility, proven leadership, excellent communication and organizational skills, and demonstrated sensitivity toward students who come from diverse backgrounds. Graphic design skills are an asset. Basic use of office equipment necessary.
Salary: Minimum Salary: $66,355 with an annual step progression to a maximum of $84,857
For more information, please reach out to the Human Resources Office at Victoria University in the University of Toronto.
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