We’re hiring a Student Education Coordinator for this academic year!
Apply by Monday, November 1, 2021 at 10:00 AM.
The Pride Resource Center is currently hiring student staff to support the coordination and implementation of programs and services offered to the CSU and Fort Collins community. We are looking for applicants for all positions to have skill in building positive relationships, working across difference, and contributing to inclusive environments and programs. Employment for these student positions begins in early November and continues through the end of finals week in Spring Semester 2022. Most student staff positions will work 9 hours on average per week, Monday through Friday between 8:00 AM and 5:00 PM, with minimal evening or weekend commitments for events. Pay rate starts at $12.32 per hour with the opportunity to renew the contract at the end of the year.
The Pride Resource Center encourages Queer and Trans Black, Indigenous, People of Color (QTBIPOC), trans, nonbinary, femme, students with disabilities, and other students who are historically marginalized to consider working with us. We also encourage students with need-based work study or a willingness to apply for work study through the FAFSA application to apply, as work study is required for these positions.
For questions, please contact Assistant Director Maggie Hendrickson at Maggie.email@example.com.
Terms of Employment
- Commit, to the best of their ability, to an academic year-appointment through May 13, 2022.
- Attend Spring training (Queers in Action Summit) on January 22, 2022.
- Attend Lavender Graduation on April 29, 2022.
- Maintain weekly office hours as negotiated with supervisor.
- Attend weekly staff meetings, team meetings, and/or one-on-one supervisor meetings.
- Attend and volunteer at Pride and SDPS sponsored events.
- Most student employees are not expected to work during fall, winter, spring, or summer breaks, or recognized school holidays, though students may volunteer to pick up shifts at these times.
- Serve as a representative for the Pride Resource Center and Student Diversity Programs & Services cluster on and off campus and adheres to the CSU student code of conduct.
- Be an enrolled CSU student who is eligible for work study.
- Already submitted or planning to submit a FAFSA application for this academic year.
- Hold and maintain good academic standing.
- Reflecting departmental and institutional values, candidates are expected to have the ability or desire to support the center and SDPS in advocating for accessibility, inclusion, and equity across marginalized experiences, including race, ethnicity, gender, sexual & romantic orientation, disability, documentation status, etc.
- Flexible in being able to work independently and as a team member.
- Ability to problem-solve and ask for help.
- Basic computer skills necessary, including Google Drive and Microsoft Office.
- Ability to stay organized & attentive to detail in managing high volume of scheduling & communication.
- Experience facilitating or desire to facilitate programs that address issues of diversity, equity, social justice in the LGBTQIA+ community.
- Experience using Google sheets, forms, etc.
2021-2022 Pride Resource Center Open Position(s)
Student Education Coordinator
- Assist in the execution of Pride’s educational programs: Visible Voices, Safe Zone & LGBTQ+ 101 Workshops.
- Co-facilitate Safe Zone: Student Sessions (2-hour workshops for students) and other student-oriented workshops.
- Manage high volume of email communication and scheduling with requestors, volunteers, and participants (spanning students, faculty, staff, and community members).
- Manage training requests, registrations, assessment forms, and participant databases.
- Assist with training of Visible Voices volunteers and Safe Zone facilitators.
- Support the general operations of Pride and its programs, such as working approximately 4 hours weekly at the front desk, building community with students virtually and in the center, attending events, and other duties as assigned.
- Actively support the center and SDPS in advocating for accessibility, inclusion, and equity across marginalized experiences, including race, ethnicity, gender, sexual & romantic orientation, disability, documentation status, etc.