Graduate Leadership Coordinator
At the present time, this position is filled for the 2023-2024 academic year.
The Graduate Coordinator is directly supervised by the Coordinator for Leadership and Administration. This position assists in coordinating the various leadership efforts and programs for students offered by the Office of Residence Life including supporting the hall councils, co-advising the Resident Student Association, and the National Residence Hall Honorary and supporting administrative initiatives with the Coordinator for Leadership and Administration.
- Co-advise, and the opportunity to directly advise, the Resident Student Association (RSA) and/or National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH)
- Implement and facilitate an advance leadership course (a one credit leadership course in the fall semester
- Directly responsible for the design and implementation of the Leaders in Residence program during the spring semester, including the advertising, registration, program design, training of facilitators, budget, and assessment
- Coordinate, implement, and provide direction in the area of leadership development for hall council members and the Resident Student Association, as well as other leadership development initiatives in the Office of Residence Life
- Serve as an Academic Success Coach for residential and residential leadership students.
- Conduct follow-up conversations with residents on academic success issues as identified by RAs during the Falcon Success and Retention Curriculum (FSRC) conversations.
- Make resources referrals to Academic Advisors, Learning Commons, Counseling Center, Bursar, Financial Aid, and other resources relevant to academic success issues.
- Talk with students about residential resources such as the Faculty Peer Mentors, Academic Peer Mentors, and Academic Resource Centers.
- Help student identify their Academic Advisor, College Offices, DARS Reporting System, Etc.
- Serve on the duty/on-call rotation
- Counsel students and respond to crisis situations that may occur in the residence halls while on duty
- Communicate effectively and respectfully with residents, families, faculty, advisors, and other constituents found on-campus
- Attend and participate in staff training sessions and meetings
- Attend and participate in staff selection sessions and meetings
- Participate on committees within Residence Life (student staff selection and training) to continue to move the Office of Residence Life toward its mission and vision
- Perform other duties as assigned
Additional Responsibilities Include
- Manage the leadership programming budgets
- Create and facilitate professional and personal development for both Resident Advisor staff and professional staff
- Instructor co-instruct the Resident Advisor class
- Present or co-present sessions during student staff trainings (Resident Advisor, Community Assistant, Academic Peer Mentor, SMART, Student Desk Manager, and/or Desk Clerk)
- Represent the Office of Residence Life at recruitment and large admissions functions
- Support Bowling Green State University and Office of Residence Life initiatives
There are many steps to the application process. To help you better understand the timeline, please review the schedule below:
|Apply and be accepted into a Graduate College.
|Send your resume and cover letter to ResLife@bgsu.edu.
|Candidates are interviewed on an on-going basis.
|Decisions will be made on an on-going basis. Notification letters will be sent to selected candidates.
|Graduate student on-boarding and training begins mid-July, 2023.
Frequently Asked Questions
Updated: 05/12/2023 10:37AM