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

View a comparison of the Student Coordinator: Orientation and Senior OL Position.

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 2017- September 2018 with a minimum of:
    • 12.5 hours for fall quarter
    • 19.5 during winter & spring quarters
    • 40 hours during summer 2018

Summary of Work 
This person will work collaboratively with the entire Student Coordinator team throughout the year and in partnership with the StuCo for Programming: FIGs to manage the daily operations, logistics of A&O in the summer program and as well as contribute to the day-to-day guidance and for OLs related to program. Role model FYP values and standards of programmatic operation.The Stuco for Orientation will particpate in the following activities: 

  • Support Event Production (Rooms, catering, OL Sheets)
    • Help manage staff vacation requests and monitor the summer staffing calendar
    • Assist with the creation of daily staffing assignments and produce daily task sheets
  • Office Administrative Tasks
  • Customer Service & Support
  • Contribute to the development of programmatic changes
  • Assist in the development of a recruitment strategy for Summer Advising and Orientation (A&O) staff
  • Assist and participate in the Summer A&O staff selection process
  • Serve as primary on-site assistant to FYP professional staff at Advising & Orientation programs
    • Assist FYP professional staff members in the resolution of program issues or customer concerns
    • Facilitate all transitions, speakers, location changes, and related staff expectations during programs
  • Assist in the oversight of the student orientation leaders
    • Giving feedback to Orientation Leaders
    • Ensure that program staff are completing daily responsibilities and projects in a timely manne

Application
The application will not allow for you to start, stop, and save your work as you go. Essay questions are listed below and we encourage you to compose your responses in Word and copy/paste into the application text box.  Encouraged word limits are listed after each essay question. Please note that the application consist of multiple demographic questions along with 3 essay questions and the submission of a photo.  

  1. What about being a StuCo for Programs: Orientation is of interest to you? (100-250 words)
  2. How do you foresee yourself being challenged in this role?(100-250 words)
  3. How do you want to grow in the position? (100-250 words)
  4. Student Coordinators contribute to a team with shared and specific functional responsibilities. What attributes would you bring to a team dynamic? (100-250 words)

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