Coordinator for Sustainability

University of Missouri

About the organization

The University of Missouri seeks a coordinator to provide sustainability programming and education to students. From managing student organizations and providing leadership conferences to running the country’s largest alternative break program and experiential education programs, the Office of Student Engagement provides a wide range of programming to students. This position manages a number of programs for students while also serving as the primary staff role for education and student projects around sustainability and environmentalism.

Duties

The University of Missouri seeks a coordinator to provide sustainability programming and education to students. From managing student organizations and providing leadership conferences to running the country’s largest alternative break program and experiential education programs, the Office of Student Engagement provides a wide range of programming to students. This position manages a number of programs for students while also serving as the primary staff role for education and student projects around sustainability and environmentalism.

Qualifications

Minimum Qualifications
A Bachelor's degree or an equivalent combination of education and experience and at least 1 year of experience from which comparable knowledge and skills can be acquired is necessary

Excellent written and oral communications skills;

Experience managing a budget and generating income;

Experience in leadership and/or service programming;

Strong interpersonal skills that would allow for frequent and comfortable conversations with administrators, staff, faculty, and students;

Organizational skills and the ability to prioritize and handle multiple tasks;

Demonstrated success in marketing efforts.

Preferred Qualifications
Master’s degree in Non-Profit Management, Social Work, Business Administration, Higher Education or a related area strongly desired;

Substantial experience in working with students;

Experience managing a team of students staff;

Be knowledgeable of student development theory and philosophy to appropriately support students and also to encourage learning and development;

Demonstrated experience managing programs involving high levels of risk;

Ability to develop a wide variety of programming including programs that serve a high number of people;

Ability to expand and sustain revenue sources;

Demonstrated commitment to student development/student learning;

Ability to create and maintain collaborative partnerships with students, faculty, staff, and community members.

Salary

Salary Range: $16.92 – $19.71 an hour, Grade: GGS 008

Application instructions

Contact email: [email protected]

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