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Leadership Consultants (LC) will work in conjunction with the Leadership Development & Student Activities Office to assist with daily operations and assist in the development of student leadership on campus. Student Leadership Consultants will serve as liaisons to our office and the campus community. Through continuous education and training, Leadership Consultants will have the opportunity to expand their skills in the areas of leadership development, customer service, public speaking, marketing, and program development.
TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT
The LD/SAO Leadership Consultant will receive an hourly rate, paid on a bi-weekly basis in accordance with the student payroll schedule established by the Business Office. Time commitment for this position will average 6-8 hours per week during the academic year. Additional time will be required for training and campus events.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Plan, Market, and Provide two leadership focused workshops per semester in coordination with the other SLC’s.
• Provide resources and information to individuals and student groups, particularly in the areas of student group creation, event planning, and fundraising.
• Assist in the planning and facilitating of daily operations of the Student Activities Office.
• Participate in major campus events including New Student Orientation, Family Day, Homecoming, and Commencement.
• Assist in the day-to-day activities of the LD/SAO including but not limited to answering phones, filing, collecting mail, opening and closing the office, faxing, copying, and greeting walk-in appointments.
• Organize and maintain front desk area, including upkeep of electronic equipment and supplies.
• Maintain the Leadership Development and Student Activities Office Facebook page, Twitter account, and other social media initiatives.
• Participate in bi-weekly LC staff meetings.
• Meet weekly with the Assistant Director.
• Serve as a liaison between clubs and organizations.
• Other duties as assigned.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
• Demonstrate the ability to work in a team environment and to follow through with ideas from conception to completion.
• Be reliable, confident, and flexible.
• Have the ability to serve as a role model and conduct oneself in a professional manner.
• Take initiative and work independently.
• Possess organized decision and problem solving skills.
• Possess written and oral communication skills
• Set a positive and professional tone both in the office as well as in the community.
Requirements and Qualifications
• Strong interpersonal, creative, and time management skills;
• Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.80;
• Good academic and disciplinary standing with the College; and,
• Have been a full-time student at Ursinus for at least two semesters.