General Description Pittsburg State University is accepting applications for an Assistant Director for Campus Activities in the Overman Student Center. The primary function of the Assistant Director for Campus Activities is to be responsible for the organization management, strategic planning, budgeting, advising, and program management of University co-curricular engagement opportunities. This may include the coordination of a comprehensive Fraternity and Sorority Life system, leadership training, major weekend activities, and/or oversight of activities organizations (the Gorilla Activities Board and Homecoming Committee).
Duties and Responsibilities of Position
Oversee up to two organizations: the Gorilla Activities Board (programming board), the Homecoming Committee, and/or Fraternity and Sorority Life (FSL)
Coordinate the development and implementation of at least two campus-wide events
Support general Campus Activities operations
Manage and maintain budgets
Additional Information On-campus housing available with extra responsibilities
Pittsburg State University is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action and Veterans Preference employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.
Master’s degree in Higher Education Administration, Student Personnel, Administration, or related field. (Two years of full-time, professional experience in student affairs or related graduate work may be substituted for education, as determined relevant by the University.)
One year of experience designing, coordinating, facilitating, and evaluating co-curricular activities and programs (graduate work in this area is acceptable)
One year of experience advising student groups (graduate work in this area is acceptable)
Experience with risk reduction, investigation, and conduct adjudication
Experience supporting, engaging, and expansion with culturally Greek letter organizations
Experience working with talent agencies and negotiating contracts
Pittsburg State University is located in southeast Kansas. It is a 4-year public institution that was founded in 1903. It has a total enrollment of approximately 5,800 students, its setting is rural, and the campus size is 600 acres. It utilizes a semester-based academic calendar.
Pittsburg, Kansas is a community of approximately 20,000 people, Pittsburg offers many of the popular big-city amenities, but with the charm and pace of a small town.
For a full snapshot of Pittsburg State University, visit our about page here: https://www.pittstate.edu/about/