P/T Student Engagement Coordinator
P/T Student Engagement Coordinator
This position will provide administrative and programmatic support related to students (primarily undergraduate) for the chair and staff of the Department of Religion & Culture (RLCL), in the College of Liberal Arts & Human Sciences. RLCL is a vibrant interdisciplinary department that studies how religions and cultures around the world impact people’s lives, and is the home of two undergraduate majors – Religion and Culture, and Humanities for Public Service – as well as a graduate program in Material Culture and Public Humanities.
The successful candidate will work independently, and as a member of the RLCL team, on a range of on-going and special projects related primarily to the overall support of students connected to the department, including data management, analysis, and decision-making support. Deals at times with confidential and sensitive matters.
• Facility with social media (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter);
• Experience with G-Suite programs (Google Docs, Groups, Calendars, etc.), as well as Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, etc.);
• Strong interpersonal skills;
• Excellent communication, time management, and organizational skills;
• Commitment to the mission of the Dept. of Religion & Culture and facilitating a diverse and inclusive workplace.
• Experience working with various VT computer systems (Banner, Scholarship Central, etc.);
• Bachelor’s degree in a Humanities field or related discipline and/or relevant experience.
1500 Hour Wage
August 6, 2021
Candidates must apply online at https://jobs.vt.edu/ (job number 516637) and provide:
- Brief (no more than 1 page) cover letter addressing the required and preferred qualifications
- List of 3 references
Questions may be addressed to the department chair, Prof. Matthew Gabriele (firstname.lastname@example.org
The successful Candidate will be required to have a criminal conviction check
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