Asst. Director, Student Involvement/Evening Events Mngmt.
University at Albany - Albany, NY

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Reports to and works collaboratively with the Associate Director for Event Management and will serve as the evening on-site professional staff while classes are in session. When classes are in session, will work 2pm-12am W,T,F and 8pm-3am Saturdays. When classes are not in session and during summer, will work 8:30am – 5pm M-F.

On-site Management of student group events :

  • Hire, supervise, train and schedule event staff
  • Develop and implement risk management procedures for evening events and staff
  • Serve as evening contact for student organization concerns
  • Develop reporting structure for incidents and follow-up
  • Nightly Evening Rounds :

  • Schedule and supervise event staff to conduct nightly rounds of Campus Center and Podium spaces being utilized by student organizations
  • Danes After Dark regularly scheduled offerings :

  • Schedule and supervise event staff to set-up, manage and break down Danes After Dark spaces and equipment
  • Work collaboratively with the Campus Programming Board on Danes After Dark co-sponsored events

  • Requirements:
    Minimum :
    • Bachelor's degree from a college or university accredited by a U.S. Department of Education or internationally recognized accrediting organization
    • Excellent organizational, administrative, communication, leadership, decision-making skills
    • The ability to work individually and in a team setting
    • Experience working with students and/or student organizations from a variety of cultural backgrounds
    • Experience organizing or coordinating campus events or programs
    Preferred :
    • Demonstrated progress towards completion of Masters degree

    Additional Information:
    Professional Rank and Salary Range: Staff Assistant, SL-2

    Start Date: As soon as possible

    The closing date for applications is May 16, 2013.

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