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  • Tuesday, May 29, 2018 10:50 AM | Anonymous
    Institution * Austin College
    Position * Coordinator of Programs and Services for Students in Transition
    Description (Limit: 120 words) Under general supervision, manages services, programs, and related events for transfer, international, and/or assigned students and their transition processes. Utilizes group and/or individual strategies to monitor and assist student progress socially, academically, and personally. Serves as primary advisor for designated student sub-populations. Performs essential functions personally or in conjunction with designated personnel and or outside vendors/experts.
    Link to posting
    Close date Wednesday, August 1, 2018
    Posting Expires * Wednesday, August 1, 2018
    Name Laura Ramsey
    Address 900 North Grand Ste. 61544 
    ShermanTX 75092 
    United States

  • Tuesday, May 29, 2018 10:40 AM | Anonymous

    University of Texas at El Paso  Job Description       

    Job Code:   0397 

    Job Title:   Executive Director, Housing and Residence Life    

    Department:   Housing and Residence Life   

    Reports To:   Associate Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students     

    FLSA Status:   Exempt 

    Prepared By:   Human Resource Services Creation / Revision Date: April 2018     

    Summary:  The Executive Director serves as the Chief Housing Officer and is responsible for the overall leadership and management of the residential living experience for approximately 1000 undergraduate and graduate students as well as oversight of the University’s childcare center, a contracted service available to the children of students, staff and faculty affiliated with UTEP.  The Executive Director plays an integral role in the academic and professional development of students’ assets through a variety of high‐impact experiences. In order to be successful, the Executive Director will need to work collaboratively with the Division of Student Affairs, Academic Affairs and Business Affairs and many offices throughout the University.     

    Note:  The primary accountabilities below are intended to describe the general content of and requirements of this position and are not intended to be an exhaustive statement of duties.  Incumbents may perform all or some of the primary accountabilities listed below.  Specific tasks or responsibilities will be documented in the incumbents’ performance objectives as outlined by the incumbents’ immediate supervisor or manager.  This position is security‐ sensitive and subject to Texas Education Code §51.215, which authorizes the employer to obtain criminal history record information. Must possess a valid driver’s license issued by the State where the applicant resides and must be insurable as defined in the UT System BPM 16‐05‐02, as applicable to the performance of essential duties and responsibilities of the position.    

    Statement of Duties and Responsibilities:   

    Department and Division Leadership and Management: 

     Responsible for the strategic mission and vision of the department and creating an inclusive culture that embraces differences such as sexual orientation, gender, race, ethnicity, disability, age, religion, and national origin. 

     Responsible for the recruitment, training, professional development and management of all levels of staff within the Housing and Residence Life Department. 

     Serves as a member of the Student Engagement Leadership Team and contributes to the broader institutional goals of increasing participation by students in student life activities and UTEP Edge high‐impact experiences such as on‐campus student employment, student leadership or internships and specific events such as Minerpalooza, Homecoming, Community of Care, Project MOVE and the Regional Leadership Conference. 

     Develops, implements and conducts a comprehensive department assessment plan that includes but is not limited to evidence of student learning, student and customer satisfaction, monthly Department Dashboards, Impact Reports and an Annual Work Plan containing specific and measurable goals and objectives.   

     Develops and implements a robust marketing and recruitment plan that not only encourages students to reside on campus, yielding 100% occupancy, but contributes significantly to the overall retention of students in on‐ campus housing.     

    Residential Education and Student Engagement: 

     Works collaboratively with faculty, departments, Colleges/Schools and administration in developing, leading and assessing a culturally inclusive residential program with programs/activities that support first‐year experience, high‐impact activities, and academic success initiatives, along with independent living environments for juniors, seniors and graduate students.    

     Establishes and advises a Residence Hall Association that strives to educate, empower and engage students in 2 leadership development and community service and seeks to enhance the quality of residence life and provide a comprehensive voice for residents.   

     Oversees the development and implementation of a comprehensive, learning outcome based, programming model that contributes greatly to a positive and vibrant residential community.   

     Coordinates and/or partners on several major events, activities and initiatives including New Student Orientation, RA Selection, Orange and Blue Days, Housing Selection, Miner Melt, and all pre‐campus communication with incoming students. 

    Budget, Resources and Facility Management   

     Maintains a safe, secure, healthy and positive living environment that enhances student development and learning.    

     Provides fiscal management of Housing and Residence Life budget.    

     Evaluates and assesses housing occupancy, retention and projection trends to include future expansion of on‐ campus living communities. 

     Provides oversight and leadership for a comprehensive conference program including space reservations, administration of conference agreements, catering, housekeeping and facility support, staff training, annual budget report and fiscal projections as well as marketing and promotional materials.   

     Provides leadership, direction and the support necessary to ensure that day‐to‐day facilities operations are performed consistently and effectively to achieve high quality outcomes. 

     In collaboration with Purchasing, oversees the childcare contract to include regular, on‐going meetings with the childcare provider, supporting the marketing and outreach efforts of the Center, facility management and appropriate emergency response.    

     In partnership with UTEP Police Department, Environmental Health and Safety Department and Facilities Services, administers a Facilities Life Safety and Security Program that includes but is not limited to ensuring compliant fire extinguishers are present in prescribed areas, smoke detectors and exit lights are operational, and appropriate inspection and preventative maintenance of life safety systems occurs.  Additionally, plan and conduct facility inspections on a regular basis and monitor code and ADA compliance.         

    Crisis Management, Student Conduct and Student Support:   

     Responsible for the management and referral of critical incidents to include oversight of residence life on‐ call/duty rotation and serves as a member of the University‐wide on‐call/duty rotation. 

     Establishes strong partnerships with UTEP Police Department, Environmental Health and Safety and Parking and Transportation Services and others necessary to manage critical incidents   

     Ensures that staff maintain appropriate certifications, training and awareness of campus, state and federal policies, procedures, protocols and resources. 

     Works alongside the Dean of Students and the Office of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution to educate, prevent and address allegations of misconduct including violations of the on‐campus resident contract.   

     Meets with students who are struggling with issues related to academic success, physical or mental health, financial struggles and transition challenges, addressing concerns and/or challenges and referring student to on and off‐campus resources. 

    Participates in various committees, professional trainings, industry conferences, and conventions. 

    Knowledge of all Microsoft Office software, housing data‐base system and able to learn and use institutional software systems. 

    Complies with all State and University policies. 

    Other duties may be assigned.   

    Supervisory Responsibilities: Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization's objectives, policies and applicable laws.   

    Qualifications: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.     

    Minimum Education required:  Master’s Degree in student development, higher education or related field. 

    Minimum Experience required: Three years post master’s professional student affairs work experience at a college or university with proven ability to plan strategically, develop innovative programs, collaborative with internal and external stakeholders, develop and fiscally manage budgets, resources and facilities.  Demonstrated leadership and experience supervising full‐time student affairs professional staff as well as graduate and/or undergraduate student staff, advising college/university student organizations, training staff, crisis response and adjudication of student conduct. 

    Preferred Experience: Five years post masters professional student affairs experience at a college or university. Demonstrated professional involvement in ACUHO‐I, regional housing organization, NACURH, NASPA or other professional organization.  Experience with CBORD Housing Management System, Maxient Student Conduct Software and Faculty‐in‐Residence Program.   

    Physical Demands: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.   While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand; walk; sit; stoop, kneel and crouch.   The employee is frequently required to use hands to feel; reach with hands and arms; and talk or hear.  The employee is occasionally required to lift and move up to 25 pounds.   

    Work Environment: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.    The noise level in the work environment ranges from moderate to very loud. Some travel required.     

    Qualified applicants may apply:

  • Tuesday, May 29, 2018 10:37 AM | Anonymous

    Job Description - Coordinator, Fitness and Wellness (STA002858)

    Job Description 

    Coordinator, Fitness and Wellness 



    The Coordinator for Fitness and Wellness develops, directs, and administers services that involve direct interaction with UHCL students and community, as well as enhances the academic and learning experiences outside of the classroom. Provides leadership, oversight, and empowers professional and student staff to develop and foster fitness/wellness programs to promote student learning, development, and success. Responsible for the creation and implementation of a comprehensive fitness and wellness program including, but not limited to: personal training (both individual, small group, and boot camp formats), group fitness classes (yoga, Zumba, strength, core, toning, etc), educational components (health/wellness fairs, special events, social media, poster series, video series, etc), and wellness programming (faculty/staff wellness, educational opportunities, mind/body wellness, healthy living, etc).


    • Coordinates comprehensive campus recreation fitness and wellness programming functions, including coordinating revenue and non-revenue based private programming.
    • Hires, trains, supervises, and evaluates assigned staff, including student program assistants, group fitness instructors, personal trainers, contract and non-contract staff, interns, and potential graduate assistants.
    • Plans, develops, promotes, implements, and evaluates events and programs related to the area of responsibility, including group fitness classes, individual and small group personal training, fitness assessments, mind/body classes, faculty/staff wellness, health and wellness fairs, educational components for fitness zones, and other special events related to fitness and wellness.
    • Develops, implements, and monitors the effectiveness of fitness and wellness initiatives.
    • In conjunction with the Asst. Director for Campus Recreation and the Coordinator for Business and Member Services, creates and monitors fitness and wellness program annual budgets and payroll functions.
    • Maintains fitness and wellness areas and program-specific equipment.
    • Educates university faculty and staff, students and the general public about the area of responsibility and related programs provided by the department.
    • Promotes program and operational retention and effectiveness through on-going assessment, intervention, evaluation, and participant feedback. Researches and applies new knowledge and techniques to current policies, procedures and operations.
    • Serves as a liaison to university groups/organizations, university/divisional/departmental committees, faculty and staff, student organizations, external organizations, vendors, and the general UHCL community.
    • Coordinates and/or assists with special events related to the area of responsibility, departmental, division, or university as necessary.
    • Performs other duties as assigned.




    1. Bachelor's degree from an accredited four-year institution.
    2. Minimum of two years of experience as a graduate assistant or minimum of one year as a professional in collegiate recreation.

    3. Personal Training Certification (ACE, AFAA, ACSM, NASM, or NSCA) or other comparable certification.

    4. Knowledge of group fitness instruction for multiple group fitness offerings

    5. Ability to hire, train, schedule, and develop student staff related to fitness and wellness programming (personal training, group fitness instructors).

    6. Ability to research and administer fitness initiatives, advancements, certifications, trainings, etc related to personal training, group fitness, wellness education, healthy living, mind/body development.

    7. Working knowledge of various computer software needed to perform above duties (Microsoft Office Suite, web-based fitness software, PeopleSoft.

    8. Ability to create and coordinate special events related to fitness/wellness.


    Bachelors degree in Recreation, Sports Administration, Athletic/Recreation Administration, Physical Education or a related field.
    Masters degree in Recreation, Sports Administration, Athletic/Recreation Administration, Physical Education and/or related field.
    Two years as a professional in collegiate recreation.
    American Red Cross First, CPR, AED instructor certification.


    Required Attachments by Candidate: Resume, Cover Letter/Letter of Application 

    Notes to Applicant:  Full-time position with benefits. Background and motor vehicle checks are required. To apply, please complete the online application and attach a cover letter and resume. Applications without the required documents will be considered incomplete and disqualified.  

    Salary: $15.38 - $19.99 per hour


    : Full-time


    : C0167 Campus Recreation & Wellness

    Job Posting

    : May 23, 2018, 9:22:50 AM

    Apply Online:

    Priority consideration for applications received by June 14, 2018


  • Wednesday, May 23, 2018 9:20 AM | Anonymous

    Institution: Lamar University

    Position: Coordinator of Student Involvement


    The Coordinator for Student Involvement will provide leadership in the operation, facilitation and growth of the Office of Student Organizations through the coordination and participation in developing workshops and retreats, student staff selection and training, weekly program planning meetings, one-on-one meetings, and etc. The Coordinator will also provide support and assistant within the Office of Student Involvement and Programming by assisting with Civic Engagement, Homecoming, and other programs within the Student Involvement Office. 


  • Thursday, May 17, 2018 8:11 AM | Anonymous
    Institution * The University of Texas at Dallas
    Position * Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs
    Description (Limit: 120 words)

    The Assistant Vice President (AVP) will serve as a senior member of the Student Affairs Leadership Team and report directly to the Vice President for Student Affairs. The AVP will lead assessment, communication and strategic planning initiatives for the division. Will serve in the role of student ombudsman to address student grievances, concerns and complaints. Provide vision and leadership in the development and administration of a vibrant campus life program that engages the entire campus community using nationally recognized best practices. Responsible for enhancing student engagement and leadership, facilitating student success, and fostering a dynamic living and learning environment through active collaboration with academic affairs and other constituents of the campus community. Shall have a proven understanding of the educational value of working in a diverse community.

    Link to posting
    Close date Friday, June 15, 2018
    Posting Expires * Saturday, June 30, 2018
    Name Elizabeth Ramirez
    Address 800 W Campbell Rd 
    RichardsonTX 75080 
    United States

  • Thursday, May 17, 2018 8:09 AM | Anonymous
    Institution * UTSA
    Position * Campus Recreation Graduate Assistant – Student Learning
    Description (Limit: 120 words)

    To assist with the development, planning, facilitation, and assessment of the department’s student learning initiatives. This position reports to the Senior Associate Director for Member Services and Student/Professional Learning.
    • Assist with the development, facilitation, and assessment of student staff trainings;
    • Lead the planning, implementation, and assessment of the Emerging Leaders Institute;
    • Assist with the development of resources for the department’s leadership model and marketable skills learning outcomes;
    • Contribute to the creation of and facilitate innovative curriculum for training and development that supports students’ leadership and career-ready skill development;
    • Assist with agenda development and leading student management team meetings;
    • Create, update, and maintain departmental manuals for student staff;
    • Assist with conducting and analyzing data from exit interviews of student employees;
    • Assist with advising the Pro Rec club;
    • Participate in professional staff meetings and staff development activities sponsored by the department and division;
    • Assist with, support, and participate in departmental events;
    • Attend or complete UTSA and Campus Recreation required trainings and workshops;

    Link to posting
    Close date Sunday, July 1, 2018
    Posting Expires * Sunday, July 1, 2018
    Name Steve Kudika
    Address One UTSA Circle San Antonio TX 78249 

  • Thursday, May 10, 2018 2:06 PM | Anonymous
    Institution * Texas A&M University System
    Position * Student Engagement Coordinator
    Description (Limit: 120 words) The Student Engagement Coordinator, under general supervision, organizes, administers, supervises, and evaluates comprehensive education, preventive, and recreational programs that meet the social, integrative, and holistic needs of students.

    Link to posting
    Close date Wednesday, May 30, 2018
    Posting Expires * Wednesday, May 30, 2018

    Address 301 Tarrow Street, Suite 269
    College Station, TX 77845

  • Thursday, May 10, 2018 2:03 PM | Anonymous
    Institution * Texas A&M University System
    Position * Academic Advisor II
    Description (Limit: 120 words) Job Description Summary:

    The Academic Advisor II, under general supervision, recruits and advises undergraduate students concerning their career goals and academic requirements; provides information on and refers students to RELLIS Academic Alliance resources that can assist in meeting their needs or solving problems; may supervise projects.
    Link to posting
    Close date Wednesday, May 30, 2018
    Posting Expires * Wednesday, May 30, 2018

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