Asst Director for Orion LLC
The Assistant Director provides administrative support for the science students in the Orion Living Learning Community (LLC) and for the Orion Director. Duties include: managing budgets, placing orders, collecting receipts, coordinating Orion student and leadership housing, interacting with incoming students at summer orientations, attending student leadership meetings, assessing events and attendance. Event planning responsibilities include reserving rooms and venues for events, planning catering, and processing receipts, and managing responsibilities of students hosting the events. The Assistant Director will help process and assess applications to the LLC (from entering freshmen) and to leadership positions (from older students) in the LLC.
B.S. in a STEM field or equivalent training and/or experience. Strong organization and time management skills. Event planning experience.
Administrative support experience in an academic or professional office environment. Experience with academic and student affairs projects, such as living learning communities and first year experience courses. Experience working with undergraduate students.
18 per hour
July 23, 2021
The successful Candidate will be required to have a criminal conviction check
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