The Graduate Assistant of Fraternity and Sorority Life is part time position requiring twenty-five (25) hours per week. He/She/Ze is responsible for assisting in the development, implementation, administration, and evaluation of an integrated and comprehensive student life program for a diverse student community. Primary emphasis will be working with national social fraternities and sororities within the Office of Student Activities. The UCCS community is comprised of four organizations; two fraternities and two sororities, one multicultural citywide organization, one Greek governing board, Panhellenic Council and Inter-fraternity Council.
The Clyde’s Events and Outreach Coordinator works within the Office of Student Activities and reports to the Director of Student Activities & Community Service and the Graduate Assistant for Student Activities & Programming. This position is required to work up to 18 hours per week. He/She/Ze is responsible for developing new programs, processing external programming requests, and reaching out to student organizations for hosting and planning events and programs in Clyde’s Pub, in order to create a vibrant atmosphere in the eatery. In addition, there will be certain process-oriented programs and functions that will be included in this position.
This is a part time position involving approximately 10-15 hrs/week. The Student Life Web Developer reports directly to the Program Assistant for Student Life and Leadership. He/she is responsible for coordinating the continuous advancement of department initiatives by cultivating the online presence of Student Life and Leadership. Platforms managed include, but are not limited to, websites, Mountain Lion Connect, and social media. The position works as part of the SLL Media Team. He/she will monitor trends in web design and technology in order to incorporate advances into the overall SLL online portfolio. Position is responsible for maintaining the Student Life and Leadership website; maintaining the SGA and OSA websites; managing websites related to SLL as appropriate; advising club and organizations on developing a web presence; managing club and organization websites as appropriate; designing new websites for clubs, organizations, SLL, OSA, and departments on campus; troubleshooting in Mountain Lion Connect; general marketing of the Student Life and Leadership department; and other duties as assigned.
The Special Events Coordinator works within the Office of Student Activities and reports to the Director of Student Activities & Community Service and the Graduate Assistant for Student Activities & Programming. This position is required to work up to 20 hours per week. He/She/Ze is responsible for coordinating a combination of large and small-scale collaborative programs with other departments, as well as themed programming. This position also coordinates academic programs and should regularly build partnerships with community businesses for office Programs.
The Weekend Events Coordinator works within the Office of Student Activities and reports to the Director of Student Activities & Community Service and the Graduate Assistant for Student Activities & Programming. This position is required to work up to 20 hours per week. He/She/Ze is responsible for working with the Resident Assistants and all other OSA coordinators to host programs over the weekends for students living on-campus. The goal of this position is to help create a vibrant residential community. The program series this position will manage is called “Roaring Weekends.” These programs are predominately located in all residential areas of housing and average 3-5 programs per semester.
The Student Government Association (SGA) Office and Marketing Coordinator reports to the SGA Graduate Assistant. This is a part-time position requiring 20 hours per week. This position is responsible for posting entries onto the calendar of events for SGA and umbrella organizations, maintaining the Student Government Association website, Mountain Lion Connect portal, digital signage, and SGA’s social media accounts. This position is also responsible for supporting SGA meetings by posting agendas as well as taking meeting minutes and other administrative tasks and duties as assigned. This position will serve as the SGA Clerk.