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Program Coordinator, Office of Neighborhood Life - Division of Student Affairs
Georgetown University's Office of Neighborhood Life (ONL) supports students, non-students and residents surrounding GU. Our office educates students about GU policies and local laws; builds and strengthens relations by facilitating dialogue; and promotes civic citizenship to create a positive quality of life.
The Program Coordinator provides a full range of administrative support to the Office of Neighborhood Life staff. S/he serves as the front office representative for the office when interacting with students, faculty, staff, parents, community members, and vendors; assists with educational programs surrounding off-campus living expectations, DC laws, and University policies; and manages off campus housing listings and opportunities. Reporting to the Director for the Office of Neighborhood Life, the Program Coordinator has duties that include but are not limited to:
- Answers telephones, screens and handles incoming calls, and directs them to the appropriate person.
- Responds to walk-in inquiries - students, parents, members of the Georgetown University community, and residents of the adjacent neighborhoods.
- Composes and types general correspondence to students and community members, and relevant Government agencies through management of the email@example.com email.
- Opens, sorts, and distributes mail.
- Updates and maintains Office of Neighborhood Life websites.
- Maintains and updates office literature - for example, brochures, handouts, and magnets.
- Provides administrative assistance to the Director and Assistant Director.
- Maintains and orders office supplies.
- Creates, maintains and provides analysis for several data worksheets including the Basic Business License list and the Student Address List.
- Maintains and updates the trash monitoring violation spreadsheet and the public display exemption spreadsheet.
- Collects and uploads data regarding student and community trash to the appropriate database (Advocate or Jot Form).
- Coordinates student work sanction hour completion and communicates regularly with the Office of Student Conduct.
- Coordinates the weekly “Pop-Tart Tuesday” programs.
- Assists in assessing the needs of off campus students and administers programs to meet those needs.
- Interacts regularly with the Georgetown Student Tenant Association and local government agencies to assist students living in the community.
- Serves as a resource person for students on matters related to living in residential neighborhoods, including - for example, city trash/recycling disposal rules, opportunity for inspection of dwelling for repair and/or safety issues, relevant District of Columbia laws, and securing a residence for academic year breaks.
- Assists in coordinating and executing the annual Housing Fairs.
- Participates in the department and division strategic planning process and assessment efforts.
- Accepts assignments in support of the Office of Neighborhood Life programs, including working with various departments in Student Affairs, academic programs, and other relevant assignments.
- Meets weekly with supervisor.
- Attends monthly Georgetown Community Partnership meeting as determined in consultation with supervisor
- Attends professional development activities within the division of student affairs (prior approval required).Assists with the development and administration of communication with off campus students.
- Bachelor's degree - preference for Master's degree in higher education or student affairs administration, counseling, or related field
- 2 years of experience in office management, customer service, and/or program development
- Strong Excel skills with an eye towards statistical analysis
- Knowledge of higher education practices, student needs, and community partnerships preferred
- Demonstrated ability to exercise sound judgment
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Ability to take initiative and to work in a supportive and collaborative way with students, colleagues, and neighbors
- Ability to work efficiently, attend to details, and follow through with assigned projects or tasks
- Ability to build strong relationships with colleagues, students and community members
- Thorough understanding of and commitment to building town gown relationships as well as the education and character development of college students
- Knowledge of DC housing laws and tenants' rights, as well as DCMR regarding trash and property maintenance
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