Student Coordinator

The Student Coordinator position is highly visible on the UW campus and interacts daily with newly admitted students, their parents, University administrators, faculty, and staff. 

The ideal candidate would be interested in supporting new student transition, have a desire to learn about office and administrative functions, be detail oriented, and be committed to working on a team with a unified vision.

Applications are currently closed for the Student Coordinator positions. 

 

  • Description
    • Serve as a liaison to professional and student staff campus wide about FYP program services
    • Respond to inquiries about the UW from prospective and incoming students and their families by phone, email, and in-person
    • Establish understanding of and is able to assist customers with issues relating to current FYP programs, services, policies and procedures
    • Support all FYP administrative functions, program registration, preparation and logistics
    • Work collaboratively with other Student Coordinators to support office operations and projects as assigned
    • Become familiar with program registration process and answer questions as needed
    • Assist in coordination of the day-to-day operations of the FYP office
    • Provide general support to all FYP initiatives and campus-wide events, such as Dawg Daze, FIGs, etc.
    • Assist FYP professional staff members in the resolution of program issues or customer concerns
  • Qualifications
    • Full-time undergraduate student status
    • A minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.5 upon application and maintained throughout tenure in the position unless academic performance has been discussed with the Operations Manager and an alternative arrangement with regard to GPA has been agreed upon
  • Desired Skills and Abilities
    • Strong oral and written communication skills
    • Highly organized and detail oriented
    • Proficiency with Microsoft Office products
    • Comfortable troubleshooting technology (computers, projectors, sound, etc.)
    • Knowledge of, or an aptitude and willingness to learn about, a wide variety of UW student resources and services
    • Comfortable working with a diverse population both in groups and individually
    • Desire to develop professionally
    • Ability to take initiative to solve problems
    • Ability to receive constructive feedback
    • Comfortable working independently
    • Experience with administrative support tasks preferred
    • Ability to lift 20lbs
  • Compensation and Employment Benefits
    • Significant responsibility given with the opportunity to work autonomously
    • Valuable for students who want to gain professional working experience and/or learn about student services in higher education
    • Work with friendly staff in a supportive, team-oriented environment
    • Work one-on-one with professional staff, including program managers, directors and deans
    • Work with diverse groups of people, from the office staff to the public to University officials 
    • Relatively flexible schedule
    • Develop expert customer service skills
    • Excellent for students who are already involved or interested in higher education
    • This position is Work-Study eligible
    • Compensation is $16 per hour.
  • Student Coordinator: Logistics

    This position is highly visible on the UW campus and interacts daily with newly admitted students, their parents, University administrators, faculty, and staff. The Student Coordinator for Logistics supports the logistics for the Advising & Orientation program and provides general support to other programs throughout the summer quarter.

    The position ensures that all program materials, technology, and directional signage for Advising & Orientation is consistent and present. This role is responsible for overseeing various administrative tasks and the person must have high attention to detail and an ability to multi-task.

    For a full list of expectations please review the Expectations and Policies

    Qualifications

    • Enrolled full-time as an undergraduate student during the spring quarter. Spring quarter graduates are eligible to apply.
    • May not be enrolled in classes during the summer quarter in 2019.
    • Ability to work June 17 - September 20 within the following hours: 
      • Monday - Thursday: 7 a.m. - 5 p.m.
      • No hours available on Fridays, weekends and University holidays.
      • Additionally, no hours are available July 1 - 5 & September 2 - 3.

    Applications are currently closed. 

  • Student Coordinator: FIGs & Operations

    The Student Coordinator for FIGs & Operations is responsible for all the duties outlined below in addition to the areas outlined in the Expectations and Policies

    The Student Coordinator for FIGs & Operations position is limited to students who have previously been a FIG Leader.

    Summary of Work

    • Support Operations Manager
    • Advising and Orientation operational support during Summer 2019 (session preparation, billing, front desk support) 
    • FIG Program logistics and operational support 
    • Support FIG Program Manager
    • Help with recruitment and training of FIG Leaders 
    • Volunteer management of FIG Leaders 


    Required Qualifications

    • Full-time undergraduate student status
    • Experience as a FIG Leader
    • May not be enrolled in classes during the summer quarter in 2019 
    • Ability to work May 2019- June 2020 with a minimum of:
      • 12 - 15 hours during spring quarter (May 28- June 14) 
      • 40 hours during summer 2019
      • 12-15 hours during fall 2019 & winter 2020 quarters. 
    • Must have a high attention to detail 

    Applications are currently closed. 

  • Student Coordinator: Dawg Daze & Operations

    This position is responsible for all the duties outlined below in addition to the areas outlined in the Expectations and Policies

    Summary of Work

    • Support Operations Manager
    • Advising and Orientation operational support 
    • Support Dawg Daze Program Manager
    • Dawg Daze logistics and operational support
    • Help with recruitment and training of Dawg Daze Leaders
    • Volunteer management at Dawg Daze 
    • Communications and marketing support (including social media, website, and app management)
    • Sponsorship support 

     

    Required Qualifications

    • Full-time undergraduate student status
    • Must be able to work January 2019-January 2020 with a minimum of
      • 12-15 hours during fall, winter and spring quarter
      • Available to attend Student Leadership Summit from April 6-8
      • Available to work the weekend of September 21-22
      • 40 hours during Dawg Daze (September 19-25) and 12-15 hours (September 26-28) 
      • 40 hours during summer 2019
    • Must have a high attention to detail 

     

    We are not currently hiring for this position. 

     

  • Student Coordinator: Design & Print Production

    The Design & Print Production Student Coordinator will assist with the design, production, and maintenance of print and web media to support the office of First Year Programs (FYP). The print and electronic design responsibilities will support FYP programming including Advising & Orientation, Dawg Daze, First-year Interest Groups, and the Commuter and Transfer Commons. 

  • Student Coordinator: Orientation

    Student Coordinators for Orientation are responsible for all duties outlined in the general Student Coordinator job description in addition to the areas outlined in the Expectations and Policies listed below. The Student Coordinator for Orientation position is limited to students who have previously been employed as an Orientation Leader. To discover more about the expectations of the Student Coordinator for Orientation please explore these Expectations and Policies

    Required Qualifications

    • Full-time undergraduate student status
    • Experience as an Orientation Leader
    • Due to the demands of this position, the Student Coordinator for Orientation is not allowed to take classes during the summer quarter
    • Ability to work September 2018- September 2019 within the range of:
      • 10-12 hours for fall quarter
      • 15-18 during winter & spring quarters
      • 40 hours during summer 2019

    Summary of Work 
    This position will work collaboratively with the entire Student Coordinator team throughout the year and in partnership with the StuCo team to manage the daily operations and logistics of A&O in the summer, as well as contribute to the day-to-day guidance for OLs related to program. They will model FYP values and standards of programmatic operation.

    We will be hiring two Student Coordinators for Orientation, one will be assigned to work with the 2-Day Freshman program, and one will be assigned to work with the Transfer & Parent Programs throughout the duration of the position.

    Applications for this position are currently closed.

     

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