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Job Openings: CEEP Staff in AZ, FL, and GA/MS/TN

The national nonpartisan Campus Election Engagement Project (CEEP) is seeking new staff to help with their work helping colleges and universities motivate America’s 20 million students to register to vote, navigate daunting voting laws, educate themselves on candidates and issues, volunteer in campaigns, and turn out at the polls. CEEP teaches administrators, faculty, staff, and student leaders to use their institutional resources to engage students. They are looking for an Arizona State Director, a  Florida Assistant State Director, and a Southern regional staffer who will engage campuses in Georgia, Mississippi, and Tennessee.

CEEP is looking for staffers to do outreach, build and maintain partnerships with faculty, staff, administrators and students at those states’ major two-year and four-year colleges and universities.

See  www.campuselect.org for more information on CEEP (including info relevant to engaging your campus) and campuselect.org/about-ceep/employment/ for full descriptions of both positions.

The ideal candidates will have a proven ability to foster strong relationships and stay organized while working on long-term projects. They’ll be committed to developing new ideas and promoting CEEP’s established models of engagement, like CEEP’s Master 7 Key Ways engagement roadmap,  while working with administrators, faculty and staff, plus student leaders and allied organizations, to engage the campuses in the state.  This positions would be ideal for a grad student, or strong community activist, like a recent grad. They’re open to both full-time and part-time applicants.

Descriptions attached and also on the CEEP website.

Job Opportunity: Academic Internship Coord. at Stockton University (NJ)

Stockton University

Title: University Academic Internship Coordinator
Location: Main Campus
Job Category: Professional
Department: Academic Affairs
Salary: $52,403.35
Posted Date: 11/17/2017
Responsibilities:

  • Manage affiliation agreements and maintain database, particularly for those programs that do not have a designated internship coordinator.
  • Collaborate with faculty and staff who currently coordinate student internships for their academic programs.
  • Develop internship opportunities by connecting faculty/student need with community need through direct agency contacts.  While internship development would be primarily for undergraduates, there may be some graduate student internships as well.
  • Market and promote internship opportunities.
  • Conduct workshops or information sessions for faculty and staff.
  • Develop and lead a committee to share internship information and ensure communication.
  • Work with relevant offices and groups involved in internships such as legal, risk management, faculty, students, the Career Center, Service Learning, and the Center for Community Engagement.
  • Initiate and maintain a centralized web presence for academic internships.
  • Demonstrate, through past accomplishments and actions, the ability to support Stockton University’s diversity commitment and strong student-centered vision and mission.

Qualifications:

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Master’s degree in higher education or related field
  • Experience working with internships and/or with the basic elements of career services

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Minimum of 1-3 years of experience working with college faculty and students in the process of placing students in credit-bearing internships.

How To Apply:

Screening of applications begins immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

Only electronic documents will be accepted.  Please complete the on-line application in addition to providing the following required documents.  All required documents must be submitted in order for your application to move forward.  You may upload documents using; Word, PDF or Videos.

  1. A letter of interest describing specific skills and experiences
  2. A current resume or curriculum vitae
  3. A list of three professional references (included in the application): Name, Organization, Email address and Telephone

Minimum Education Required: Master’s Degree

Required Documents: Letter of Interest, Resume

Apply here.

Job Opportunities with PIRG Campus Action

Campus Organizer: Multiple Locations

At PIRG Campus Action, our full time organizers work on college campuses across the country to empower students to make a difference on critical environmental and social issues. If we’re serious about climate change, we can’t afford to drag our feet—so we’re pushing cities and states to commit to 100% renewable energy, now. We rely on bees to pollinate our food, yet we’re allowing some pesticides to drive them toward extinction—so we’re working to ban these bee-killing pesticides. The overuse of antibiotics on factory farms is putting millions of lives at risk — so we’re urging big chains like KFC to stop doing business with these farms. In short, we’re organizing to make a difference right now. We’re looking for people who have the passion and the drive it takes to win positive change on these important issues, and who aren’t afraid of hard work. If that sounds like you, consider working with us. What you’ll do If you become an organizer with PIRG Campus Action, you’ll organize and build the campus chapter into something that works — now, and for years to come. You’ll recruit hundreds of students to volunteer and get involved, and teach them how to plan and run effective campaigns through internships and on-the-ground training. You’ll build relationships with faculty and administrators, while organizing news events and rallies, and generating the grassroots support it takes to win campaigns. During the summer, you’ll run a citizen outreach office, building the organization by canvassing and training others to canvass. And you’ll learn from some of the best organizers in the country—people who have been doing this work for more than 30 years. Locations We’re hiring organizers to work on college campuses in California, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Oregon and a few other states. Pay & benefits The target annual compensation for this position is $25,500 in the first year. PIRG Campus Action offers a competitive benefits package. We also offer an excellent training program and opportunities for advancement.

Apply here today!

 

Job Posting: NASPA Assistant Director for Knowledge Communities and CLDE Initiatives

Assistant Director for Knowledge Communities and CLDE Initiatives

Job posted by: NASPA – Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education

Posted on: November 13, 2014

Job description

The Assistant Director for Knowledge Communities and CLDE Initiatives coordinates NASPA’s Knowledge Communities (KC) program by liaising with KC volunteer leaders, managing communication and annual volunteer leader training, and coordinating all KC processes such as those connected with the NASPA Annual Conference and the election of new KC leaders. Working collaboratively with NASPA staff and volunteers, the Assistant Director also plans and implements various activities as part of NASPA’s Lead Initiative on Civic Learning and Democratic Engagement (Lead Initiative) that involves a network of nearly 100 NASPA member colleges and universities committed to encouraging and highlighting the work of student affairs in making civic learning and democratic engagement a part of every student’s college education. Reporting to and collaborating with the Director of Leadership and Senior Student Affairs Officers Initiatives, the Assistant Director serves on a team of professional development staff at the NASPA office in Washington, D.C.

Responsibilities:

  • Serve as the primary contact for the NASPA Knowledge Communities;
  • Collaborate with National KC Director, National KC Chairs, and Regional KC Coordinators on professional development offerings and other knowledge creation and sharing efforts;
  • Partner with NASPA staff and KC leaders to coordinate and implement robust online professional development offerings related to KC foci and interests;
  • Lead the development and implementation of KC volunteer leader trainings during the NASPA Annual Conference and additional trainings offered online throughout the year;
  • Manage the presence and participation of KCs during NASPA’s Annual Conference;
  • Collaborate with NASPA staff to coordinate the annual election of KC Chairs;
  • Serve as the primary contact for NASPA’s Lead Initiative;
  • Coordinate the network of NASPA Civic Learning and Democratic Engagement Lead Institutions;
  • Serve as the NASPA staff liaison with the identified Lead Institutions in order to assist them with their institutional goals and programmatic initiatives;
  • Partner with NASPA staff and Lead Institutions to promote activities and successes of Lead Institutions through blogs, social media, and other communications channels;
  • Highlight and include Lead Institution projects for solving community problems in NASPA’s annual awards program;
  • Partner with NASPA staff to develop and implement civic learning and democratic engagement programming for conferences and workshops sponsored by NASPA;
  • Support research projects and writing on the civic learning, democratic engagement and leadership topics through the NASPA Research and Policy Institute;
  • Coordinate and assist with planning and development of additional NASPA sponsored programs, workshops, institutes, and online programs;
  • Serve as a resource for member and public inquiries; and
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

  • Master’s Degree required. Educational background in student development, higher education administration or leadership development preferred.
  • Employment experience in a professional association and/or in student affairs administration preferred.
  • Experience with civic learning and democratic engagement initiatives on campus preferred.
  • Excellent written and verbal communications skills required.
  • Demonstrated project management skills.
  • Strong organizational skills, with the ability to establish priorities, manage multiple demands and projects, and meet deadlines.
  • Experience with Microsoft Office products and the ability to learn new technologies/computing applications easily.

The successful candidate will be a collaborative and creative self-starter who can also work independently. This person should be able to expand upon existing programs and relationships, as well as produce new ones that increase membership and programmatic offerings.

How to apply

To apply for the Assistant Director for Knowledge Communities and CLDE Initiatives position, please submit electronically a resume, cover letter, and writing sample to:

James Stascavage, Director of Leadership and Senior Student Affairs Officers Initiatives, NASPA – Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education,jstascavage@naspa.org
(Please use the subject line “NASPA Assistant Director Application” in your email.)

The priority deadline for this position is December 15, 2014, however, applications will be accepted until the position is filled. This is a full-time, 12-month position based in Washington, D.C. Competitive salary based on education and experience, with generous benefits package.

NASPA is an equal opportunity employer. NASPA does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, gender identity, gender expression, affectional or sexual orientation, or disability in any of its policies, programs, and services.

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