compensation: commensurate with experience employment type: full-time
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ABOUT THE COLLEGE:
Plaza College has been successfully educating students for over 100 years. Degree offerings include both associate and bachelor levels through the School of Business and Technology, School of Allied Health, School of Legal Studies and our newest School of Dental Science.
Located in Forest Hills, Plaza is strongly committed to fostering an academic environment to provide the skills necessary for our students to complete and, more importantly, succeed and prosper in today's global workforce!
Plaza College is an EEOC employer and accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. Plaza also holds programmatic accreditation from:
MAERB (Medical Assisting Education Review Board)
CODA (Commission on Dental Accreditation)
CAAHEP (Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Programs)
NCRA (National Court Reporting Association)
To learn more about degree offerings or to take a virtual campus tour, log onto the website at www.plazacollege.edu.
The Assistant Director of Student Activities is a part of a team of professionals responsible for contributing to the overall educational experience at Plaza College. Reporting directly to the Director of Communications, this position aims to provide innovative programs that support the College's mission, enhance the quality of the student experience, and sustain a student-centered learning environment. Student Life staff on this campus help to build supportive relationships between the students and provide meaningful opportunities for students to stay connected.
The Assistant Director will assist in designing and engaging the student body in non-credit programs and activities focused on building leadership. Additionally this role will evaluate and establish programs and events, and recommend changes to the Office of the President. Furthermore, the assistant director must maintain a visible presence on campus and is actively engaged in the creation and support of several campus-wide events; serves as a role model and facilitator to student ambassadors; supports the development and maintenance of student-driven clubs and organizations; implements co-curricular leadership; promotes student and organizational excellence.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Masters degree from a regionally accredited institution in higher education, education administration, student personnel or counseling
2-5 years experience working in a college setting
Demonstrated knowledge of Microsoft office
Demonstrated knowledge of budget management
Excellent verbal, written and organizational skills; attention to detail
Ability to work evenings and weekends; flexible schedule
If you feel you possess the skills and qualifications to be successful in this position, please submit a cover letter and resume to the Office of Human Resources at email@example.com.
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