Coordinator I/II, Student Programs
Student Affairs Admin
$30,700 - $57,300
The Division of Student Affairs at Auburn University is seeking candidates for the position of Coordinator, Student Programs in Health Promotion and Wellness Services to develop, plan, coordinate, and promote health-related initiatives. The successful candidate will develop and implement programs aimed at creating a healthier campus community. Duties include but are not limited to the following: develops, implements, and evaluates student-focused services or programs; collaborates with departments, committees, and individuals throughout the University to advance and enhance the effectiveness of the service or program; develops and coordinates effective educational outreach, marketing, and training strategies and materials; oversee administrative functions of Safe Harbor, Auburn University interpersonal violence prevention program; develops and manages reports and information used to enhance service or program effectiveness; provides support to other Student Affairs initiatives as needed; recruits, trains, supervises, and evaluates students, staff, and interns in designated programmatic areas, may assist with budget responsibilities for a program.
Entry into the applicant pool requires a Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution in Education, Counseling, Psychology, Business Administration, or related field; and knowledge of student learning and/or human development concepts. Please utilize the attachment feature at the online employment site to attach the following: cover letter, resume, and three professional references. Only complete application material will be considered for review.
Experience creating and implementing programs. Having specific knowledge of public health theories and best practices related to health promotion.
Job Class Code
Administrative Grade 29-33
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Auburn University - 13 months ago
Auburn University (AU or Auburn) is a public university located in Auburn, Alabama, United States. With more than 25,000 students and 1,200...