Northwest Association of College & University Housing Officers

Student Engagement Coordinator: University of Alberta

Student Engagement Coordinator

Ancillary Services – Residence Life
University of Alberta
Competition No. – S103929909
Posting Date – Aug 03, 2016
Closing Date – Aug 16, 2016

Position Type – Full Time – Operating Funded
Salary Range – $50,425 to $68,486 per year
Grade – 08
Hours – 35

This position offers a comprehensive benefits package which can be viewed at: www.hrs.ualberta.ca.

The University of Alberta has a well-developed Residence Life program and is one of Canada’s most comprehensive residence systems. We house undergraduate and graduate students, which includes housing students with families, large numbers of international students, and cohort groups in partnership with Faculties. More information can be found at http://www.residence.ualberta.ca/

Reporting to the Student Success Specialist, the Student Engagement Coordinator supports the Student Success and Leadership portfolio, which directly and substantially contributes to the development and operations of Residence as a Learning Environment. The Student Engagement Coordinator is a key contributor to the development and delivery of specialized programming in residences, including: student-staff training and leadership development, transition and orientation programming (including BaseCamp), living-learning communities and programs (cohort floors), community engagement and international service (Engage Edmonton and Global Service Learning), residence wide-educational initiatives (bystander training, mental health week, etc.), and population specific programming (e.g. Aboriginal and LBGTQ programming). The Student Engagement Coordinator also provides oversight for a group of student programming staff.

Some of the position duties include:
– Coordinating the development, delivery, and assessment of the BaseCamp first-year orientation program for over 1200 students and the East Campus Orientation, and Block Party programs;
– Coordinating the development and delivery of Student Staff Training; develops, administers, and examines assessment of outcomes for Student Staff Training
– Assisting in the development and delivery of a large non-formal Global Service Learning opportunity for residence students
– Develops and maintains relationships with community organizations in the Edmonton area
– Develops and manages Engage Edmonton, a local Community Service project to facilitate opportunities for greater student participation and community impact
– Supports the development of co- and extra- curricular learning opportunities for students, such as cohorts in partnership with Faculties
– Oversees the living-learning theme communities in various residences (e.g. active living and wellness, volunteer and services, etc.) in collaboration with the respective Residence Coordinator

Please see the full posting located here:

This entry was posted in Jobs-Inactive. Bookmark the permalink. Both comments and trackbacks are currently closed.