The Assistant Director, Student Events & Leadership position is responsible for the development, implementation and budget management of signature Heritage College Events such as Commencement, Orientation, special awards programs, etc.
This position supports and enhances the Athens medical student experience and Heritage College multi-campus success by serving as an advisor, developer and coordinator for student life activities and student organization events involving leadership, professionalism, research , multicultural affairs, and career development. Position also advises student government. Other responsibilities include referrals to University and other Heritage College Resources, budget management, and compliant record management.
1.Event Management Planning, organization and implementation of Signature Student Affairs Heritage College Events. This includes but is not limited to: Management of the Heritage College's annual Commencement. Coordination with the Office of the President, HCOM Dean's Offices on the Athens, Dublin, and Cleveland campuses, OU Facilities & Management, Alumni, and outside speakers. Primary leadership role in collaborative planning of a week-long seamless multi-campus orientation between the Athens, Dublin, and Cleveland campuses with a focus on coordinating budgets, programming with parties internal & external to the college, resource scheduling and staffing with Academic and Student Affairs Teams. Collaboration with the Dean's Office on the annual Graduating Student Awards Ceremony Luncheon. Works in partnership with the HCOM Office of Communication and the Dean's Office to host the award ceremony. Management of the Distinguished Osteopathic Commitment (DOC) Awards – collaboration across 3 campuses with staff & faculty and with HCOM's Student Government Association to budget, plan, and implement this annual awards ceremony. D.O. Day on the Hill – cross campus collaboration to organize budget and transportation for this event in conjunction with the HCOM Dean's Office and the Ohio Osteopathic Association. Supports multicultural events and other college activities/events as needed.
2.Student Support & Leadership Serve as primary advisor and mentor of Student Organizations for the Heritage College in Athens. Lead and represent key communications from Athens Student Organizations to Student Affairs Counterparts in Dublin & Cleveland. Also, coordinate with OU's Campus Involvement Center on regulations that govern student organizations. Responsible for the creation and implementation of an Organizational Advisor's Handbook for use on all 3 campuses. Provide training for the officers of student organizations; provide counseling and advice on organizational events, as needed provide support to organization's officers & faculty advisors. Develop leadership training for officers and faculty advisors of organizations. Serves as the advisor to student government and works to maintain a collaborative climate among students. Attends all student government meetings and provides feedback and guidance to students on: professionalism, university and college policies and requirements, how to work in groups effectively, how to conduct public relations, oversees student leadership election process, works with students on their annual budget & serves as signatory on all Student Council expenditures, assures that constitution is followed, oversees changes to student government constitution. Organizes and develops student leadership training programs for student government. Yearly assessment (survey's, focus groups, etc.) on student Satisfaction with services in collaboration with the Asst. Dir of Student Events & Leadership. Advise the Senior Director of Student Affairs regarding Student Organizations and Student Events. Promote and refer students to appropriate resources and support services whether within the College, University, or external organizations; counseling and physical health resources, student activities, learning services, financial aid, or global programs. Coordinate with the Bursar budgets for Student Organizations. Counsel medical students in relation to interpersonal conduct and impairments. Advocate and support medical students experiencing impairments and poor conduct related to impairments via coordination with the Medical Student Assistance Program Committee. Manage the Athens campus
Internal Number: 25611
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