Coordinator II/III, Alumni Programs (Clubs)

$31,300 - $58,400 a year
An Auburn Club/Affiliate Group is comprised of Auburn alumni and friends whose bond is Auburn University. The goal of every club/group is to foster the Auburn spirit by engaging members of the Auburn family in their respective communities, supporting current and future students through the funding of scholarships and promoting the objectives of the Auburn Alumni Association.

Coordinates a division of the Auburn Clubs and Affiliate Groups in conjunction with the current Auburn Clubs Coordinator.

This position requires working/traveling extensive nights and weekends. Due to the amount of travel, candidate must also display the ability to work independently as well as in a group setting when in the office. The position requires one to possess a high level of initiative, organization, and to be goal oriented.

1. Ensure the Auburn Clubs and Affiliate Groups program is in alignment with the Auburn Alumni Association's strategic plan and mission an effort to expand the program's capacity.
2. Manage a portfolio of Auburn Clubs and Affiliate Groups, assist with establishing organizational and leadership meetings, engage with clubs that are inactive and conduct visits throughout the year.
3. Recruit, train, supervise and evaluate all volunteers, communicate frequently with volunteers to ensure they are satisfied and well-placed, ensure the purpose of the organization and its actions are clearly communicated, possess the ability to communicate effectively with diverse people
4. Provide oversight to the clubs assistant.
5. Analyze financial information (e.g. expenditures, proposed budgets and needs) to ensure all operations are within budget and a fiscally sound budget is being maintained.

Some event experience is desired as this role is a consultant to the club and affiliate group leaders as well as co-coordinates Annual Club Leadership Conference.
Minimum Qualifications
Entry into the applicant pool requires the following:

Level II - Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution; plus two (2) years experience in public relations work,non-profit
administration, higher education administration, and volunteer management.

Level III - Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution; plus four (4) years experience in public relations work,non-profit
administration, higher education administration,
and volunteer management.

When a candidate has the required education, but lacks the required experience, they may normally apply additional appropriate education toward the experience requirement, at a rate of one (1) year relevant education per year of required experience.

Please utilize the attachment feature of our online employment system and attach the following: cover letter, resume, and references. Only complete applications will be considered.

A commitment to an inclusive and diverse campus environment is required.
Desired Qualifications
1. Bachelor's degree with two years of volunteer or related experience, related to the area of assignment or an equivalent combination of training and experience.
2. Experience in volunteer recruitment/retention, higher education (or a comparably complex organization or nonprofit), stewardship, advancement services or related field.
3. Project management experience with the ability to work independently with minimal supervision and make decisions to move the program forward.
4. Excellent time management skills.
5. Solid computing skills; proficiency in MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
6. Strong interpersonal skills, proficient in writing and grammar, exceptional verbal communication, possess the ability to communicate effectively with diverse people, and have a friendly disposition.
Posting Date
05-14-2019
Close Date
05-28-2019
Job Class Code
OB02B/C
Job Category
Administrative Grade 29-33
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