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Elon, NC 27244
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The Director of the Office of Community Engagement and Service is responsible for the leadership and strategic direction of community engagement and service programming at Miami University. The Director will leverage the resources of the office to enhance and support the capacity of students, staff, and faculty related to service initiatives and work collaboratively with community partners in achieving mutually beneficial outcomes to address challenges facing communities. The Director will work with faculty in the formation and/or delivery of Service-Learning designated courses. In consultation with other stakeholders, the Director will develop overall strategic and operational scope, including establishment of program policies, incentives, best practices and key partnerships with relevant campus units and external community organizations.
The Office of Community Engagement and Service collaborates with local communities to develop and support sustainable opportunities for enhanced student learning through community engagement. It seeks to foster a campus culture that guides students effectively through community-based experiences and encourages all who serve in the local communities to think critically, understand diverse contexts, reflect and then take purposeful action.
The Director reports to the Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs. The Director supervises the Assistant Director, Capacity Building Coordinators, Program Assistants, and student volunteers/employees.
If interested, apply soon.
Job ID: 2938 – FT – Unclassified (salaried)
Full job description and application instructions: http://miamioh.hiretouch.com/job-details?jobID=2938&job=director-of-community-engagement-service
The Program Coordinator will assist the Assistant Director in coordinating the Iowa College AmeriCorps Program (ICAP) which includes 150 part-time and 4 full-time members serving through 10 college campus sites with a variety of community organizations providing volunteer management and capacity building services. Related duties include:
- Supervising and training AmeriCorps members
- Training and communicating with local site supervisors
- Designing assessment systems and reporting models and compiling reports
- Ensuring compliance with grant requirements and policies
- Designing promotional materials and recruiting sites and members
- Evaluating program results and implementing program improvements
- Coordinating trainings and site visits with the AmeriCorps VISTA Leader as needed
This position requires significant travel across the state of Iowa in order to support program needs at AmeriCorps host sites. Access full description here:
- Application Deadline: Applications will be considered until the position is filled
- Desired Start Date: August 15, 2016
- To apply, provide a resume and cover letter to Justin Ellis at email@example.com.
Assistant to the President and Office Manager
The Assistant to the President and Office Manager is central to office operations, managing a wide variety of tasks including finances, human resources, membership support, the work of the Campus Compact Board of Directors, and more.
The Communications Coordinator plays a key role in sharing information and resources within our national network of member campuses and more broadly with a wide range of partners including other national nonprofit organizations, funders, legislators, etc. Because Campus Compact promotes change, the Communications Coordinator plays an essential role in shaping a message in support of collective action to produce an engaged higher education sector working toward a just, equitable, and sustainable democracy.
Director of Professional Learning
A central element of the role will be building and launching Campus Compact’s new professional credentialing program for community engagement professionals—the first of its kind. The Director of Professional Learning will also bring to life the Compact’s new partnership with Stylus Publishing to provide leading-edge publications for the field, support the creation and maintenance of web-based knowledge resources, and oversee the implementation of our annual member survey. These efforts are part of Campus Compact’s strategy for increasing the impact of higher education engagement for students, communities, and democracy through professional learning opportunities and resources.
The Community Partnerships and Campus Outreach Specialist (CPCOS) provides information and guidance to students who are seeking experiential learning (service-learning, civic and community engagement) opportunities that enrich their educational goals by organizing, coordinating, and facilitating information sessions (individual and group), orientations, and classroom presentations. The CPCOS develops, maintains, and sustains partnerships that support the mission of ICCE and compliment the University’s strategic goals. The incumbent Identifies potential community partners and provides information about ICCE’s programs, SF State academic internships, and risk-management policies related to experiential learning experiences for SF state students. The incumbent also maintains effective relationships with internal and external constituents (students, staff, faculty, and general public including K-12, community-based organizations, and government agencies) by providing information related to mandated risk management requirements, policies, and processes and developing and implementing community engagement opportunities for students. The incumbent arranges visits with community partners, schedules presentations, and performs any necessary follow-up visits (including risk management site visits). Serves as the primary contact and coordinator of ICCE’s community engagement database (ULink49).
Swarthmore College is seeking candidates for a Coordinator of Co-Curricular Programming and Outreach to oversee key aspects of the Lang Center’s mission—education for responsible citizenship—with emphases on undergraduate education and engagement. This person helps to connect students’ academic studies with their out-of-class experiences in coherent and meaningful ways, both by providing expert, one-on-one academic advising and by educating student groups and grant applicants about curricular connections to their out-of-class involvements; by overseeing a cutting-edge communications program, including social media outreach; and by liaising with academic departments and interdisciplinary programs to encourage their creative involvement with citizenship education, in accordance with higher education best-practices.
The Associate Director of Leadership Engagement and Development is responsible for assisting in the development and implementation of a multi-year/multi-tier leadership program that encompasses emerging leaders through the senior year experience and beyond. The position is responsible for increasing student engagement and leadership involvement by developing and implementing creative ways to involve students in leadership development, education and service opportunities.
The position description and application can be accessed here: https://jobpath.tamu.edu/postings/96788
The Operations Officer, in a full-time position, has responsibility for planning, coordinating, and supervising the day-to-day business operations of the Center, and for assisting in the financial and administrative management of the CSJ. He or she participates as a key member of the CSJ team, with focus on operational management, student hiring and payroll, and support for programs and student-run organizations, and communications.