New Student Programs Coordinator, Bryn Mawr – Mar 1
Posted by Bryn Mawr College on February 15, 2022
Bryn Mawr College has an opening for a New Student Programs Coordinator in the Student Engagement and New Student Programs office.
The New Student Programs Coordinator will work in partnership with the Student Engagement Coordinator and will play a vital role in the Student Engagement and New Student Programs team.
The New Student Programs Coordinator (NSPC) will provide a well-rounded, guided, and positive experience for all first-year students, helping students transition to and successfully navigate their first year. The NSPC helps to create a vibrant, purposeful, and supportive college community and assists in training and programming for all class years. The Coordinator is part of a four person on call rotation providing consultation and/or response for emergency situations, providing on-call consultation and/or emergency response for physical and mental health crises, alcohol and drugs incidents, and interpersonal conflicts. This has a flexible work schedule as some nights and weekends are required.
This position requires a bachelor’s degree but a master’s in Higher Education Administration, College Student Personnel, or a related field is preferred. We require a minimum one-year post-undergraduate experience in student engagement, student activities, student life, first-year or new student programs, or related field delivering high-quality student co-curricular learning, training, and programming. Must have a commitment to social justice and inclusion and a desire to work with a diverse population. Must have the ability to maintain confidentiality and exercise discretion. Valid driver’s license and vehicle required.
Review of applications began on February 14. Application deadline is March 1.
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