Posting Number 2017-3003 Location Brooklyn-NY-US Posted Date 4/18/2017 Union N/A School/Division NYU Tandon School of Engineering (PE1001) Department Name : FT/PT Full-Time
The Assistant Director of Student Activities is a member of the OSARC team and provides educational and administrative leadership for co- and extra-curricular student initiatives and programs. The Assistant Director is focused on supporting, growing and developing the foundational elements of the OSARC, including management of 40+ student clubs and organizations, advising the Student Council including the First Year Mentorship program, oversight of office marketing and branding, and coordinating various campus-wide programs, leadership initiatives, and engagement opportunities (such as orientation events, Club Fest, Student Leader Banquet, etc.). The Assistant Director manages and supervises and office assistant, Graduate Assistants and undergraduate student intern staff. As an integral member of the NYU School of Engineering’s Student Affairs team, the Assistant Director also supports the activities and initiatives of the Associate Dean of Student Affairs. One of the goals of the Office of Student Activities and Research Center (OSARC) is to help students get connected and involved in the School of Engineering and at NYU. OSARC is a department within the Office of the Associate Dean of Student Affairs. Through a variety of events, services, and resources, the office provides students and student organizations with opportunities to connect to the University and to other students. Student Activities works to promote a positive campus climate that empowers students to interact and share common interests, encourages the exploration of innovative ideas, inspires creativity, fosters opportunities for leadership development, broadens awareness of their social and civic responsibility, and heightens awareness and appreciation of cultural differences.
Required Education: Bachelor’s degree
Preferred Education: Master’s degree preferred
Required Experience: 3-5 years
Preferred Experience: Strong preference given to those with prior experience working with and advising STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) students.
Required Skills, Knowledge and Abilities: Demonstrated skills in leadership, program planning, communication, working with students and student organizations, and have a strong commitment to diversity and inclusion.
Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Abilities: Knowledge in leadership development
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