Associate Director Student Affairs Tracking Code911 - 280Job Description
Primary Purpose: To support the academic mission and strategic plan of the University and College of Law by providing students with a diverse set of co-curricular personal growth and professional development experiences.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Oversee and manage student activities and leadership on campus, including supervision of the student affairs coordinator and administrative support assistant.
- Assists the Assistant Dean of Student Affairs with the primary purposes of the Office of Student Affairs, including:
- student organizations
- leadership development activities
- new student orientation
- special events and programming
- risk management policies and procedures
- cultural events
- code of conduct processes
- Coordinates co-curricular opportunities and programming for evening students at the Tampa Law Center commensurate with those offered to daytime students on the Gulfport Campus.
- Facilitates personal advising sessions for students and make referrals to professional service providers as needed.
- Oversees and supervises all Student Organization events and programs as well as provide feedback by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing event data.
- Manages the event registration process, maintains the Office of Student Affairs' events calendar, and acts as Student Affairs' liaison with other departments involved in the implementation of events.
- Implements a leadership development program with a Student Leadership Development Committee.
- Coordinates and monitors all campus publicity for events and activities and manage the approval process for and monitoring campus postings.
- Manages the inventory of event supplies.
- Compiles and distributes daily Announcements including organizational meetings and events and works with Communications office to update the Student Information page.
- Helps provide logistical support to all other Office of Student Affairs events and programs including, but not limited to, Orientation, SBA Barrister's Ball, Inns of Court, monthly Leadership Luncheons, Ambassador events, etc.
- Oversees the regular production of the Office of Student Affairs publications
- Helps manage student employees including student assistants, gym assistants, and intramural referees.
- Subject to on-call status as needed or on-call status/recall in the event of emergencies or natural disasters affecting the College of Law.
- Serves as a Title IX investigator for student issues.
- All other duties as assigned.
Juris Doctor preferred or Master's degree in College Student Personnel, Higher Education Administration, or Counseling required. Experience with Greek Life, Student Government, student activities/student organizations and special event planning strongly preferred. Additional experience with health and wellness issues preferred. Two or more years related professional experience in a position of responsibility preferred. Ability to work effectively with a diverse student body, faculty, and staff on two campuses. Ability to work irregular and flexible hours, including nights and weekends, when necessary. Demonstrated knowledge or experience working with and/or advising students, student leaders, and student organizations. Demonstrated ability to maintain a high degree of professionalism and discretion with sensitive or confidential information. Strong oral and written communication skills. Demonstrated ability to work independently, to manage time well, and to prioritize projects to maximize productivity.
Job LocationGulfport, Florida, United StatesPosition TypeFull-Time/Regular