Assistant Director Student Affairs

Rutgers University
New Brunswick, NJ
Aug 13, 2022
Aug 15, 2022
Student Affairs
Position Type
Assistant Director
Employment Type
Organization Type
College / University
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, is seeking an Assistant Director Student Affairs for Student Centers and Activities. The Assistant Director Student Affairs for Student Involvement and Leadership - reports to the Director of Student Involvement and Leadership. The Associate Director will contribute to the researching, planning and facilitating a broad range of leadership programs, academic based learning opportunities and initiatives for students, staff, and members of the Rutgers University Community.

Among the key duties of this position are the following:
  • Develops and coordinates the leadership-based curricular programs for students.
  • Develops and executes leadership conference.
  • Contracts and facilitates training development opportunities for internal.
  • Provides advising to student leaders and other student organizations; and provides supervision to student leaders and interns.
  • Works with the team to develop leadership development for student organizations.
  • Plans each of the three tiers of the Lead-Up Academy: the First-Year Fellowship Emerging Leaders Certificate Program, LVL UP: Strategies for Advancing Your Second-Year, and Peer Leadership Mentors.
  • Plans the annual Mark Leadership Conference.
  • Directly supervises the graduate assistant for Lead-Up Academy and the undergraduate intern team.
  • Serves as administrative and advising liaison for assigned student organizations.
  • Serves as primary contact for requested training development opportunities from internal University partners.
  • Helps to recruit, select, train, and evaluate student volunteers and interns.
  • Responsible for working with the Director to develop and implement a comprehensive leadership assessment plan to understand and evaluate student engagement and student development. Responsible for aligning learning outcomes with all curriculum and programmatic initiatives.
  • Responsible for budget management, policy development, marketing and outreach, curriculum design, evaluation and assessment, and event planning.
  • Responsible for design and delivery of a comprehensive and cohesive array of campus-wide leadership development programs which require interaction, coordination, collaboration, and partnerships with all levels of management including faculty and top-level administrators across the University including Academic Schools, Undergraduate Academic Affairs, Cultural Centers, Risk Management, Enrollment Management, Residence Life, Campus Programs, Off Campus Living and Community Partnerships, and Alumni Relations.
  • Serves as a campus resource and educates the community on emerging issues regarding the broad spectrum of student engagement and leadership development opportunities.