Greek Life Grad Assistant
Seeking organized, creative and self-motivated individual to help plan, coordinate and implement transition programs, such as Ram Round-Up, Greek Life events and Homecoming activities. Position requires an individual with attention to detail, strong communication skills and computer skills. Individual must be proficient in all Microsoft programs; have ability to multi-task and work independently or within a group; and to complete tasks with little supervision and manage time effectively. Individual should display professionalism in all work duties and possess excellent customer service skills. Provide leadership to the Ram Round-Up student coordinators and volunteer camp staff, Greek Community and Homecoming Committee Provide leadership to Greek community. Must maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:
- Assist in developing and facilitating training for student coordinators and volunteer leaders for Ram Round-Up
- Help coordinate training times/dates for Ram Round-Up coordinators and volunteer leaders
- Work with RR student coordinators to plan retreat for volunteer leaders
- Assist with logistics of all aspects of camp (games, activities, presentations/speakers, schedules, room/bus/group assignments, etc.)
- Assist in developing and facilitating recruitment events for Greek Life
- Help develop and facilitate annual trainings/leadership workshops for Greek Life, such as Greek Edu and Greek 101
- Help manage all social media pages for Ram Round-Up, Greek Life and Homecoming
- Assist with web pages for Transition Programs, Greek Life and Homecoming using LiveWhale
- Help with event promotions, planning and execution of events for Transition Programs, Greek Life and Homecoming
- Assist at MSAP events and programs as needed
- Work the front desk of MSAP office at least once a week
- Take pictures at events/programs
- Assist with greeting of students, faculty, staff, families and community customers by phone or in person
- Ability to operate personal computers using appropriate software such as Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, etc.), LiveWhale and Adobe
- Ability to organize and complete tasks in an accurate and timely manner with minimal supervision
- Skilled in oral and written communication
- Ability to work with faculty, staff, students, and the general public in a professional manner.
- Skilled in critical thinking to anticipate potential problems or issues
- Ability to demonstrate enthusiasm, competence, and resourcefulness
- Ability to perform effectively in stressful situations
Flexible around class schedule, expected to work 15-20 hours per week. Will require some evening and weekend duties for events.
Fill out on-line application. Interviews will be held for individuals whose applications reflect a fit.