Student Hourly- Executive Director, Center for Community Outreach - 10974BR
Student Hourly- Executive Director, Center for Community Outreach
- Hiring CCO Staff, including the Development, Communications, and Creative Directors.
- Organizing and leading weekly meetings with the Executive Staff.
- Organizing the selection of the CCO Program Coordinators.
- Acting as a liaison between the CCO in the University of Kansas and greater Lawrence community.
- Conducting regular contact with community partners including surveys to ensure positive programming.
- Maintaining contact with the Roger Hill Volunteer Center (United Way), the Center for Civic and Social Responsibility and others to understand current service needs in Lawrence and on campus.
- Coordinating collaborative events with outside organizations and student groups.
- Attending CCO Advisory Board meetings.
- Acting as the chair of the CCO Advisory Board, planning and leading Board meetings.
- Attending Hawk Week planning committee, Student Senate meetings, KU Fights Hunger meetings, among others.
- Act as the primary planner of the CCO Hawk Week activities (Super Service Saturday).
- Assisting in organizing year-end CCO celebration.
- Work with the CCO Advisor on long-term CCO goals and their implementation.
- Assisting in peer advising by advising up to 6 CCO programs, as well as the Development Director.
- Assisting Managing Director with events as needed.
- Must be enrolled in at least 6 credit hours at KU.
- Evidenced commitment to community outreach and service.
- Ability to lead and work with teams as evidenced in application material.
- Ability to work collaboratively with others as evidenced in application material.
- Previous experience working with the Center for Community Outreach.
Additional Candidate Instructions
In lieu of a cover letter, please write a response to these two questions:
- A large part of the Executive Director position involves outreach to KU and the Lawrence/Douglas County communities. Please describe how you will carry out these duties and what your outreach goals are for these communities.
- The summer is an important time to plan and set goals for the upcoming academic year. What other time commitments (positions, jobs, obligations) will you have during the upcoming summer? Also, please mention other time commitments you will have during the academic year. Please be specific.