We are so excited that you are interested in this opportunity to challenge yourself to learn, grow and develop as an aspiring Campus Recreation Professional. We are looking for an outstanding person to bring their passion and energy for recreation and student development to our campus. We want you to inspire our student staff to greatness and leadership in this work we do to promote a love and commitment to lifelong wellness in our university community. You would be joining a supportive group of collegiate recreation and student affairs professionals who believe that our team can only be our best when we are challenging ourselves and each other to developing across all NIRSA professional competency areas. We are committed to guiding you through a specific plan that will provide challenge and opportunity to develop as a person and as professional. Some of the great things about this opportunity include:
Comprehensive leadership experience of Facility Operations and Member Services in a progressively focused collegiate rec environment
Lead, inspire and manage a student staff of 50, including 6 Lead Supervisors
Existing culture of active student staff participation at professional conferences, service events and other engagement opportunities.
Pairing with a Higher Education Administration master’s program featuring incredible faculty that will challenge your personal growth and development as a leader and future professional
We would be excited to share more with you about this opportunity to grow and inspire others through this combined academic and work experience in a field that we love so much. If you are at all interested in engaging in the application process, please reach out as we strive to be as transparent and forthcoming as we can be.
To apply by the 12/9/18 deadline, please submit a cover letter, resume and at least two professional references to:
Associate Director, Member Services and Student Learning
University of Dayton Campus Recreation
COMMUNITY WELLNESS SERVICES (1)
Health Education and Wellness Promotion
This is such an exciting time to be doing well-being work in higher education! Join us as the Division of Student Development commits ourselves to a five year strategic goal as we:
"Encourage the development of the whole student through health and well-being education and lifestyle practices."
We are seeking a individual that wants to help our community thrive at a time of institutional growth as we progressively transform the culture of well-being on our campus.
The Wellness Graduate Assistant (GA) for Community Wellness Services is responsible for the creation, management, and implementation of a variety of holistic programs that represent the seven dimensions of wellness. These programs include( but are not limited to) the following: Choose Well Live Well Day, Suicide Prevention Week, Life Hacks workshops series, Breaking Bread, and Wellness Wednesdays tabling outreach. This position is also involved in the University-wide mental health promotion and suicide prevention initiatives. The time frame of this position is from August 1st to May 15th and includes a 20 hour work week. The Coordinator of Health Education and Wellness Promotion is the supervisor of this position. Some highlights of this experience include:
Working collaboratively with the Coordinator of Health Education and Wellness Promotion to design and implement a Community Wellness Services communication plan.
Take an active role in planning and implementing Choose Well, Live Well Day through development of a marketing campaign, recruitment of participants, continued communications with participants and volunteers, and management of events.
Co-instructing a one-credit, ten week mini course covering a variety of wellness topics, with a strong focus on mental health and social connectedness.
Assist with implementation and oversight of institutional assessment efforts through the use of the Healthy Minds Study
While you are at it, learn more about divisional requirements and the compensation package which includes full tuition waiver and stipend.
Applications will be accepted until January 9th, 2019. I invite any interested individual to reach out to me for a personal conversation about this unique opportunity for personal and professional growth.
Coordinator of Health Education and Wellness Promotino
University of Dayton
Additional Salary Information: Please see "compensation package" in position description.
About University of Dayton Campus Recreation | Community Wellness Services
The University of Dayton, founded in 1850 by the Society of Mary, is a Top Ten Catholic research university. The University seeks outstanding, diverse faculty and staff who value its mission and share its commitment to academic excellence in teaching, research and artistic creativity, the development of the whole person, and leadership and service in the local and global community.
To attain its Catholic and Marianist mission, the University is committed to the principles of diversity, inclusion and affirmative action and to equal opportunity policies and practices. We act affirmatively to recruit and hire women, traditionally under-represented minority groups, persons with disabilities and veterans.