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Seasonal Employee Hourly in Main Campus - Administration
Exciting Opportunity in Athletics for a Creative content/design position.
Dir Housing Svcs/Res Life in Main Campus - Student Affairs
The DRL&H is responsible for the leadership and management of operations, residential education programs, and promotion of a comprehensive residential living program with a strategic vision including significant growth. The DRL&H provides visionary leadership of Housing Operations and Residential Education, assures student development, creates and assesses learning outcomes for Residential Education, establishes and maintains retention practices and data, participates in setting and achieving room and board revenue goals and assumes overall responsibility for all facets of housing. The DRL&H collaborates with various campus departments including Dining Services, Student Accounts, Facilities, Human Resources, Dean of Students’ office, Student Health Center, Library, etc. 1) Housing Operations includes support of all housing facilities, maintenance and custodial operations to ensure that we are maintaining the residential facilities in the best condition is vital for our students to learn and succeed in their environment. This includes the creation of regular preventative maintenance plans, refresh schedules, and collaboration with the Director of Facilities and any third party vendors to ensure optimal efficiency and quality of life for our students and live-in staff. 2) Residence Life/Residential Education includes providing the vision and direction for a staff of professionals and paraprofessionals dedicated to creating and maintaining housing environments where students can live, learn, and succeed. This includes fostering an environment for students to participate in an array of opportunities such as: leadership learning, social and educational programming, clubs, activities, community responsibility, and self-governance.
Career Consultant in Main Campus - Student Affairs
Impact on the Organization: 1. Enhanced reputation and usage of the career development function and resources resulting in more frequent, high-touch, student-centered career service experiences with increased positive feedback 2. A strategic and results-oriented approach to student engagement with increased customized career programming in partnership with the assigned academic units 3. More students participating in online tool usage (e.g., website resources, Handshake, GoinGlobal, Big Interview, and career skill guides), experiential learning opportunities, employment events, and social media platforms
Program Manager for Mulctl Programming in Main Campus - Student Affairs
This position 1.Directly impacts student satisfaction and student retention. Programs and services are designed to actively engage students, contributing to their overall academic and personal success and commitment to the University. 2.Contributes to the University’s strategic plan through diversity advancement, student engagement, and providing quality programs. 3.Creates a culture of learning and engagement for students by applying student development and learning outcomes theories within student engagement to promote students’ academic and personal success.
Associate Director of Athletic Development in Main Campus - Administration
Exciting opportunity in Athletics Development to directly impact the success of the department through the relationship-building process with donors and ticket holders. • Manage the Rocket Fund (annual giving program). Identify, cultivate, solicit and close gifts. Assist with the design and implementation of annual Rocket Fund campaign plans and calendar. Evaluate prospects for RF/annual gifts/ Rocket Fund Legacy/ President’s Club/ Leadership level gifts. Assist in the management and coordination of the department’s premium seating programs. Basketball/ Savage Arena: Sale of Men’s and Women’s basketball premium seat opportunities including Suite, Loge, Club, courtside and lower bowl premium seating inventory. Football/Glass Bowl: Sale of Glass Bowl Suite, Stadium Club and outside premium seating inventory • Identify prospects. Work in collaboration with the Aspire group on the assignment of prospect calls/visits. Track and direct all activity with the assistance of the ticket office and ticket system, as well as the UT Foundation with the assistance of the gift processing. Emphasis is on the growth of premium seating revenue and ticket counts, generating new business. • Maintain a prospect pool of mid-level special/major gift prospects ($1K-$25K range). Identify, cultivate, solicit, close and steward these prospects. In collaboration with Assoc.. A.D. and Deputy A.D. work on prospect identification and discovery calls/visits.
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