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Coordinator, MOSAIC Cross Cultural Center Programs

Promote student engagement, cultural expression and advocacy through S.T.A.N.D. Councils and/or other affinity groups, including First-Gen Network. Support councils and affinity groups by planning and implementing trainings and leadership development workshops. Assists with programming opportunities and community events. Advise, as needed, S.T.A.N.D. councils and affinity groups, managing specific activities such as recruitment, event planning, goal-setting and leadership training. Responsible to the Assistant Director of MOSAIC Cross Cultural Center.


Develop online and/or face-to-face training for S.T.A.N.D. Councils and affinity groups in aspects of successful program planning, advertising, budgeting, contract negotiation, use of facilities/equipment, program arrangements, and evaluation. Provide training workshops on student success, organization operations, leadership, diversity, advocacy and inclusion for student organizations. Implement programs for students to learn about S.T.A.N.D. Councils, affinity groups and other culturally relevant programs on campus and opportunities for co-curricular participation and individual growth. Assist with the implementation of S.T.A.N.D. Councils and affinity group activities (i.e. Heritage months/observances, First-Gen Celebration). Plan and implement annual student leadership conference programs (i.e. Black Student Leadership Summit) as well as ongoing leadership development opportunities, culturally-based celebrations and programming encouraging cross-cultural dialogue. May supervise student staff and collaborate with other campus departments in programming and student support. Advance philosophies of student affairs and intercultural development while actively promoting inclusion in staffing, programming, and student leadership. Support all programs and initiatives originating in the MOSAIC Cross Cultural Center. Assist in the total development of the Division of Student Affairs through participation in university, division, and departmental committees. Represents the department at university functions when appropriate. Assumes responsibility for other special projects and committee work as delegated. Performs additional responsibilities as assigned by the Assistant Director of MOSAIC Cross Cultural Center.

Physical Condition

Moderate physical activity with occasional lifting of objects weighing over thirty pounds. Ability to stand for extended periods of time, to climb stairs, stoop, bend, and reach overhead. Sufficient strength, stamina, and mobility to perform manual tasks associated with programming responsibilities.


Demonstrated skill in working with individuals and groups from diverse backgrounds, leading or advising student organizations, and coordinating campus activities. Prior experience in the area of student affairs and/or student activities is required. Prior experience in first-generation student success, student leadership development, service learning, peer education, and program assessment preferred.


Must exhibit knowledge of student development theory, student organizations, and successful program planning. Must possess skills in the areas of leadership, organization, risk management, advising, and counseling. Requires the ability to work well with diverse student groups and maintain positive working relationships with students, faculty advisors and staff. Must have an understanding and sensitivity to cultural, ethnic and economic diversity of students and the community. Must be proficient in the use of computers and commonly used office software programs such as Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Publisher and Outlook. Familiarity with software applications for tracking student information, student engagement, and retention data preferred.


Bachelor's degree required. Master's degree, in higher education, student personnel administration, or counseling, preferred.

Additional Requirements

Requires the ability to work well with diverse populations and maintain positive working relationships with students, faculty, staff, and the community. The ideal candidate will possess direct and sustained experience with leadership development training, group facilitation, assessment and program evaluation, student learning, student development, and developing and applying University policies. Ability to effectively supervise students. This position has a flexible work schedule which includes some evenings and weekends. Must have strong interpersonal and organizational skills, the ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing, and the ability to maintain effective working relationships with students, advisors, faculty, administrators, and employees is required. Must have the sensitivity and skill to work with a diverse and multicultural student and employee population. Must have creative and artistic abilities and skill in planning and effectively managing multiple projects to completion. Must be proficient in the use of digital tools, resources, and technologies for the advancement of student learning and professional performance. Serves as Campus Security Authority as outlined by the Clery Act. *Regular, reliable attendance is required. *This position is designated as security sensitive and requires a criminal background check.

Last Updated 08-14-2020