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The Coordinator of Student Affairs- Omaha is responsible for coordinating and managing all student affairs functions for students enrolled in the School of Pharmacy and Health Professions in Omaha. This position coordinates student events, as well as advises student government and student organizations. The position plays a key role in on-boarding new students, including assisting with admission functions for deposited students and manages pre-orientation functions (eOrientation via Blueline/Canvas) and in-person orientation. This position will collaborate with the Student Affairs team in Phoenix as needed. Other duties as assigned.

Essential Functions

New Student Orientation

·       Assist with admission activities, Admitted Student Days, admitted student webinars, and tracking compliance for onboarding incoming students and ensuring matriculation.

·       Coordinate eOrientation Blueline/Canvas site

·       Lead and coordinate orientation in Omaha. Partner with academic programs and university partners for their scheduling needs and student requirements during orientation.

·       Maintain data to evaluate effectiveness of orientation activities

Student Events

·       Lead the planning and implementation of the Professionalism Ceremony 

·       Coordinate with University Events for the School’s Hooding Ceremony in Omaha

·       Advise PHPSG on hosting the Spring Banquet

Student Involvement and Leadership

·       Advise Pharmacy and Health Professions Student Government, as well as class/pathway officers

·       Partner with the Student Leadership and Involvement Center to advise SPAHP-specific student organizations

·       Provide leadership development and guidance to student leaders

·       Maintain data to report activities and evaluation of effectiveness of student programming

·       Coordinate with colleagues regarding student leadership budget

Student Support

·       Counsel students on non-academic and personal matters, and refer them to appropriate resources

·       Coordinate quarterly student engagement activities

School Engagement

·       Serve on school committees

·       Partner with faculty on co-curricular and student leadership/involvement needs

Education & Experience:

·       Master’s Degree in Higher Education, Student Development, or Student Affairs 

·       3+ years of relevant higher education administrative experience.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

·       Excellent interpersonal written and oral communication skills and the ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing with multiple and diverse constituencies.

·       Outstanding organization, problem-solving and decision-making abilities. Demonstrated ability to meet deadlines, prioritize multiple tasks, and work independently and collaboratively without close supervision. 

·       Skilled in using logic and reasoning to approach problems and consider alternative solutions.

·       Ability to oversee and direct the work of others, if needed.

·       Strong collaborative/teamwork ability to motivate and inspire others. 

·       Committed to creating and maintaining a welcoming, inclusive, positive work environment for people from a variety of backgrounds and communities.

·       Ability to remain flexible, optimistic, and effective in a rapidly changing, dynamic environment.

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