6 mai, 2018
The Student Affairs Office’s main role will be to build and oversee services and initiatives that will enhance the quality of student life across all programs. The SAO was launched in 2018 and is currently looking to build a service able to meet this main role.
Student Development coordinator will provide education and programs within broad areas of community engagement, leadership development, wellness, cultural competency, and/or social action. Develop and deliver training and workshops to students and other members of the HEC community. Advise student organizations. Provide marketing services to promote wellness initiatives and messages throughout the university.
Develop and deliver training, workshops, discussion groups, and other programming that will motivate students to practice behaviors consistent with achieving positive self-development in the area of wellness as defined by the university wellness framework. Identify learning outcomes and develop and implement an assessment plan. Modify programs based on assessment results.
Provide advising, event planning and other guidance to student organizations including, but not limited to, risk management, policies and procedures, and coordination of programmatic efforts. Assist individual students with problem- solving.
Assist with training of graduate and undergraduate interns and student workers. Develop, implement and assess ongoing training for students.
Collaborate with other University departments on programmatic efforts and fostering relationships with faculty and staff partners. Serve on committees and project teams as assigned.
Create, coordinate and participate in marketing activities to inform regarding programs and to foster environmental wellness practice including preparation and production of brochures, newsletters, fliers, and other promotional materials for digital display, social media or print production. Develop plan and schedule for release of materials. Maintain a system for communication between all Health/Wellness constituents on campus to streamline services and ensure consistency of message.
Master’s degree in Social Work, Counseling, Higher Education, Student Affairs Administration or related field of study required. Two to five years of experience in a related setting preferred. Position may require additional expertise and experience relevant to working with specific student populations.
Additional Job-Specific Skills and Competencies
• Knowledge of two languages, French and English, minimum requirement.
Knowledge and experience in student advising
• Strong verbal and written communication skills in two languages (French and English minimum)
• Excellent time and project management skills
• The ability to remain productive while multi-tasking with regular and frequent interruptions
• The ability to work well in both team and independent settings
• Attention to details
• Basic understanding of technology tools and social media
• Demonstrated good judgment in shifting priorities
• Skills to establish learning outcomes and assessment measures