Staff Hiring

2019-2020 Pride Resource Center Open Positions Descriptions

We are no longer hiring for the 2019-2020 academic year at this time.


  • Serve as a positive representation of the Pride Resource Center, Student Diversity Programs & Services, the Division of Student Affairs, and Colorado State University
  • Be willing to work 7-10 hours/week
  • Attend staff meetings and supervisor meetings
  • Reports to the Assistant Director
  • Support office at different activities throughout the academic year
  • Other duties as assigned

Lead Front Desk/Office Management Student Coordinator 

  • Work directly with the Front Desk Staff Members for task delegation
  • Supervises Front Desk Staff
  • Acts as a support for Director and Assistant Director
  • Supports office management, specifically around finances
  • Other tasks as assigned

Events Student Coordinator 

  • Assists in planning events on behalf of the office
  • Collaborate with RAM Events, and other SDPS/CSU offices to ensure events are successful
  • Works with the Marketing Coordinator to produce materials for the events
  • Helps manage logistics for programs (e.g. room reservations, materials, etc.)
  • Events include (but are not limited to): Queer B-Q, Pride Student Leadership Retreat; Queer Prom; Trans Day of Remembrance; special speakers, etc.

Visible Voices/Safe Zone Student Coordinator 

  • Assist in the execution of two main office programs: Visible Voices and Safe Zone
  • Volunteer coordination (e.g. emailing, maintaining database, etc.)
  • Facilitate trainigs
  • Helps manage logistics for programs (e.g. room reservations, materials, etc.)

Outreach/Mentoring Student Coordinator 

  • Coordinate and support events directed at mentoring students transitioning to the University (Queer Connections)
  • Provide mentorship and guidance to students, supporting physical, academic, social, and professional wellbeing
  • Coordinate outreach initiatives such as tabling, social media campaigns, marketing support, etc.
  • Works with the front desk to promote Pride RC visibility

Front Desk Staff Member:

  • Run daily operations for the Pride Resource Center
  • Answer questions, respond to emails, answer the phone, etc.
  • Work directly with the Lead Front Desk Coordinator for task delegation
  • Responsible for creating/sending out “What’s Happening” email news letter
  • Oversees/updates social media on behalf of the office: Facebook, Instagram, etc

Front Desk Staff Member w/ Marketing Focus:

  • Completes the tasks listed above
  • To be trained/has been trained on photoshop
  • Creates/executes marketing plans for office events

Pride Resource Center: Student Staff Terms of Employment 2019-2020

Employment Summary

The Pride Resource Center is currently hiring student staff to support the coordination and implementation of the programs and services offered to the CSU and Fort Collins Community. Employment for the student positions listed below begins with a student staff training week (August 19-23, 2019) and continues through the end of finals week in Spring Semester 2020. Hours range from 6-10 per week depending on position. We strongly encourage students with need based work study or willingness to apply for merit work study to apply.

For questions, please contact Maggie Hendrickson at 970.491.4342 or at

Salary and Terms of Employment 

  • Attend additional training hours in Pride RC August 19-23, 2019 as determined by supervisor.
  • Attend spring training on Sunday, January 19, 2019 from 9:00-4:00 p.m.
  • Attend Lavender Graduation on April (TBD), 2020
  • Maintain weekly office hours as negotiated with supervisor.
  • Maintain up-to-date and organized files, binders, agreements, other documents.
  • Attend all staff and supervision meetings.
  • Attend and volunteer at SDPS sponsored events.
  • Attend and volunteer with an organization/office which supports another social identity you hold.
  • Undergraduates are employed for one academic year August through May.
  • Pay rate starts at $11.10 per hour with the opportunity to increase salary and renew contract at the end of the year.
  • Most students are not expected to work during fall, winter, spring, or summer breaks, or recognized school holidays.


  • Maintain a minimum GPA of 2.50.
  • Be a full-time, fee paying CSU student.
  • Be skilled at working autonomously and as a team member.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Strong problem-solving and critical thinking skills.
  • Must place value on leadership, service, inclusion and social justice.
  • Be dependable, motivated, flexible, and willing to make a one-year commitment to the position.
  • Must show demonstrated involvement, leadership, and/or volunteer experience.
  • Basic computer skills necessary, including Microsoft Office.