Student Affairs Coordinator - School of Public Health
Provides focused support to career services and alumni engagement as well as general
administrative and coordination support to the Office of Public Health Practice and Engagement.
Position Key Accountabilities:
- Assists with the development, implementation, and evaluation of student and alumni engagement strategies and events.
- Provides support and services to prospective and current students and alumni including, but not limited to, career counseling, trainings, and networking.
- Engages in employer relationship building and nurturing activities.
- Performs evaluation (e.g., surveys, informal research, etc.) and tracking related tasks of current students and alumni and career trends relevant to public health.
- Manages general operations and builds out program platforms utilized by the office (e.g., Handshake).
- Develops and disseminates marketing materials related to platform, student, and alumni engagement, and other projects and programs.
- Maintains student records and databases while ensuring adherence to confidentiality.
- Coordinates day-to-day administrative tasks in support of the Office of Public Health Practice and Engagement.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
- Strong interpersonal, written and verbal skills and the ability to work with diverse populations.
- Advisory, technical and organizational skills.
- Ability to make general decisions requiring a comprehensive knowledge of a wide range of regulations, policies, procedures and practices. Generally requires use of initiative and independent judgment.
- Technical skills and the ability to work with various career service, relationship management, and student engagement platforms.
- Bachelor’s degree in related field with three (3) years of related experience in a student affairs or student services setting; or
- Master’s degree in related field with one (1) year of related experience in a student affairs or student services setting.
- Years of experience varies based on education level.
- Exerts up to 20 pounds of force occasionally and/or up to 10 pounds frequently and/or a negligible amount constantly to move objects.
- This job class may contain positions that are security sensitive and thereby subject to the provisions of Texas Education Code § 51.215
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