Associated Students, Inc. employs student-focused professionals with equity-mindsets. Established in 1963, Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) is a non-profit corporation guided by a student board and managed by full-time professional staff. ASI is a part of the Cal Poly Pomona Division of Student Affairs with a dashed reporting line to Administrative Affairs. ASI serves the entire campus population, including over 26,000 students, by providing opportunities for student engagement, student employment, and a multitude of programs and services such as recreation and wellness, student union and activities, student government, and childcare. ASI operational support areas include human resources, financial services, information technology, facilities management, and marketing. ASI employees exhibit our values of integrity, honor, dedication, loyalty, and respect in every interaction with each other, our students, the campus community, and guests of Cal Poly Pomona.
Since 2014, Associated Students Inc., Adventures has been providing unique recreational opportunities to over 12,000 Cal Poly Pomona students annually. Everyday students and staff within this community challenge themselves to embrace new opportunities and partake in life-changing experiences that bring full value to their college experience. Hosting both technical and experiential programing, Adventures focuses on creating competent recreators within both indoor and outdoor disciplines. Through our wilderness outings, Bronco Peak rock wall, Gear Rental Center, instructional workshops, and certification courses, Adventures provides an opportunity for students to build a strong community that embraces inclusivity, learning and the development of lifelong hobbies and friends.
COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS Starting pay upon appointment is not expected to exceed $18.00 per hour. Position not eligible for benefits.
Compensation also includes reimbursement paid by ASI for in-state tuition fees (not including auxiliary fees and non-resident fees) not to exceed $3,750 per academic term or equivalent amount calculated in annual terms for the duration of the graduate program subject to budget availability and Executive Director approval. To maintain eligibility for reimbursement, the Graduate Assistant must be accepted and enrolled in a graduate program, remain on active payroll, and perform the essential job functions satisfactorily through the completion of each course and the graduate program.
Under minimum supervision of the Adventure Education Coordinator, the Adventures Graduate Assistant assists in the daily operations of Adventure Programs to include the operation of the climbing wall, workshops, instructional clinics, equipment rental, outdoor trips, and special events. Supervises student staff including climbing wall attendants, route setters, indoor instructors, outdoor trip leads, and supervisors. Assists in the creation and implementation of future programs and coordinates with other campus departments that support the operation of Adventure Programs. Must be available to attend mandatory trainings.
Provide leadership and oversee Adventure Program operations
Assist with the administration and advising of all Adventures staff including travel, on-campus activities, off-campus activities, leadership development, and program promotion
Responsible for the effective delivery, evaluation, and reporting of the Adventure Program to include, but not limited to: climbing wall open hours, special event scheduling and implementation, program registration, equipment procurement, inventory, repair, and replacement; participant development and discipline
Recommend and enforce policies that provide for the effective operation and risk management of Adventure Programs
Assist in the preparation, presentation, and implementation of short and long-term goals for the Adventure Programs
Supervise the work direction of all Adventure student staff and provide ongoing guidance, constructive feedback, discipline, and hold staff accountable for their respective duties
Assist with the recruitment, selection, training, performance evaluations, development, scheduling, and time & attendance for Adventure student staff
Assist in the management of Adventure Program budgets to include meeting expense and revenue goals
Facilitate ongoing assessment, reporting, and strategic planning
Prepare and conduct Adventure trainings and meetings
Participate in campus-wide collaborations that serve the overall mission of the Bronco Recreation and Intramural Complex (BRIC), ASI, and the University as a whole
Assist in the research and development of Adventure staff online training modules, outdoor leadership training programs, and summer orientation programs
Perform other duties as assigned
Minimum Bachelor’s degree in recreation, sports management, physical education, Hospitality & Tourism, or other related field
Minimum two years of progressive experience in collegiate recreation for Adventure programming
Acceptance and current enrollment to a graduate program or current enrollment in a Cal Poly Pomona graduate program
Basic Life Support (BLS) within 30 days of employment (training provided by ASI)
Emergency Oxygen within 30 days of employment (training provided by ASI)
Current Wilderness First Aid (WFA) certification preferred
Demonstrated knowledge of national trends and practices in Adventure programming
Demonstrated ability to work with a diverse student population and campus community
Demonstrated commitment to student development and ability to motivate and work closely with students
Demonstrated ability to collaborate, form partnerships, and work effectively as a member of a goal-oriented team
Ability to self-reflect, receive constructive criticism, and pursue growth and development
Ability to oversee projects, achieve assigned objectives and manage multiple priorities
Ability to maintain appropriate professional appearance and work conduct
Ability to make independent decisions and recommendations
Ability to adhere to work rules, follow directions, use time effectively and work productively without close supervision
Ability to follow routine verbal and written instructions
Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing
Ability to analyze and solve problems, draw valid conclusions and develop alternate recommendations
Ability to operate an office workstation, utilize word-processing, spreadsheet, and other software
Ability to satisfactorily complete a background check (including a criminal records check)
POSITION SENSITIVITY Based on the duties and responsibilities of this position, this position has been designated to be a sensitive position with access to sensitive data.
BACKGROUND CHECK A background check (including a criminal records check) must be completed satisfactorily before any candidate can begin employment with Associated Students, Inc., Cal Poly Pomona. Failure to satisfactorily complete the background check may affect the application status of applicants or continued employment of current ASI employees who apply for this position.
WORK ENVIRONMENT Frequently required to sit, talk and hear; manual dexterity, eye-hand coordination and verbal communication; use of office equipment: telephones, calculator, copier and fax. Must be able to walk, stand, bend and lift up to 25 pounds.
Additional work may be performed outdoors in varying weather conditions including extreme heat and cold. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to reach with hands and arms, climb or balance, walk, stoop, kneel, crouch, crawl, swim, paddle and lift up their own body weight or greater. The employee must occasionally sit for extended periods, regularly walk in varying terrain, talk and listen, and utilize manual dexterity, eyehand coordination and verbal communication.
MANDATED REPORTING REQUIREMENT In compliance with the California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act (CANRA) and the CSU Executive Order 1083, each ASI employee is designated as a mandated reporter and is required to sign an Acknowledgment of Mandated Reporter Status and Legal Duty to Report Child Abuse and Neglect.
SYSTEM-WIDE SMOKE AND TOBACCO FREE ENVIRONMENT EO 1108 Cal Poly Pomona is a smoke and tobacco-free campus. Please refer to the link below for policy information. http://www.calstate.edu/EO/EO-1108.html
EOE ASI is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Please notify the Human Resources Department for reasonable accommodation requests during the selection process.
Internal Number: 1049
About Associated Students Incorporated, Cal Poly Pomona
Associated Students, Inc. employs student-focused professionals with equity-mindsets. Established in 1963, Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) is a non-profit corporation guided by a student board and managed by full-time professional staff. ASI is a part of the Cal Poly Pomona Division of Student Affairs with a dashed reporting line to Administrative Affairs. ASI serves the entire campus population, including over 26,000 students, by providing opportunities for student engagement, student employment, and a multitude of programs and services such as recreation and wellness, student union and activities, student government, and childcare. ASI operational support areas include human resources, financial services, information technology, facilities management, and marketing. ASI employees exhibit our values of integrity, honor, dedication, loyalty, and respect in every interaction with each other, our students, the campus community, and guests of Cal Poly Pomona. Visit our website at https://asi.cpp.edu/
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