OSECP - Student Involvement Ambassador

Rate of pay: $10.10/hour

Work location: Iowa Memorial Union

What you will learn

You can expect to learn skills such as time management, conflict resolution, balancing priorities, attention to detail, interpersonal communication, customer service experience, and working with people from diverse backgrounds and working as part of a team. Although your job in the Division of Student Life may not be directly related to your future profession, the skills you learn here will help you in your chosen career path and give you valuable work experience to strengthen your resume.

Basic job function

Work with the Late Night Programs Initiatives and Assessment Coordinator on collaboration with student organizations and program assessment.  Ambassadors will be exposed to Alcohol Harm Reduction initiatives through Late Night Programs and develop assessment skills.  Additionally, will serve as an ambassador of the Office of Student Engagement and Campus Programs, and the Office of Leadership, Service, and Civic Engagement by providing support and trainings to student organizations.

Responsibilities

  • Provide mentorship and guidance to students regarding Late Night Programming requirements as part of the Late Night Grant Fund.
  • Facilitate workshops and trainings for recognized student organizations (i.e. new org orientation, organizational/professional development presentations, and harm reduction).
  • Assist with Late Night Programs assessment initiatives (i.e. conducting focus groups, interviews, etc.)
  • Consult with and provide guidance and resources to individual organizations and organizational leaders (i.e. connecting them to Late Night Grant Funding)
  • Answer questions regarding student organization policies, events, and registration.
  • Serve on a larger Student Involvement Ambassador team in collaboration with the Office of Leadership, Service, and Civic Engagement
  • Perform related duties as assigned, showing flexibility and willingness to help in diverse situations.

Qualifications

  • Registered UI student.
  • Must be in good academic and judicial standings.
  • Must be able to work five to ten hours per week.
  • Knowledge of registered student organization policies, procedures, and regulations is desired.
  • Experience in registered student organizations, student leadership, and/or campus programming is required.
  • Superior communication skills are required.
  • Ability to work independently and be self-motivated as well as work collaboratively with a team.

Training requirements

  • IMU Student Orientation
  • IMU Emergency Response Staff Training
  • FERPA
  • Red Watch Band Training

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