JOB TITLE: Social Justice Program Campus Coordinator OFFICE: Civic Engagement
DEPARTMENT: Student Life DIVISION: Student Affairs
REPORTS TO: Director of Civic Engagement TERM: Academic year
WAGE: $8.25 per hour
PRINCIPLE DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Work with Cornell College’s Social Justice Initiatives (CEO, Intercultural Life, and Spiritual Life) to navigate social justice issues on campus and in the local community. This includes meeting with the full-time ICAP member, Director of Spiritual Life, and the Director of Intercultural Life once a block.
- Serve as the CEO Representative for the Social Dialogue Initiative.
- Coordinate on-campus service and activism opportunities for students interested in addressing issues of poverty and social justice.
- Serve as the liaison between the Civic Engagement Office, Social Justice Initiative, Greek Life, and related student organizations on campus.
- Develop and implement programs, events, and service trips to educate the campus community about issues of poverty and social justice.
- Support and promote campus and community sponsored programs, events, and lectures related to social justice.
- Attend blockly staff meetings
- Meet with the Director of Civic Engagement and/or the full-time ICAP member one-on-one 1-2 times each block
- Coordinate activities with other members of the staff and work as a team to achieve the goals of the Office of Civic Engagement
- Assist with other projects and duties as assigned
Interest in service and in coordination of service programs; positive attitude; willingness to be flexible and to adapt to change quickly; strong written and oral communication skills; basic computer skills.
You will have a $1000/year college work-study award with the Civic Engagement Office. This position requires a federal work study award. This will allow for 5-6 work hours each week of the block. The Coordinator is encouraged to check in at the office regularly and is expected to work at least two hours in the office each week during the first three weeks of the block. A professional attitude, appearance and demeanor must be maintained when in the office. Confidentiality is expected in all matters containing sensitive information.
Beyond the specifically detailed description of duties, the coordinator is asked to work on basic office tasks, including running errands, copying, typing, and cleaning areas.