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MOSAIC Student Coordinator

Position Description:
The MOSAIC Student Coordinator is an experienced student leader that assists with the day-to-day functions in the office and provides necessary support to the MOSAIC peer education program. They complete administrative tasks, send communications, and assist with planning OMSA events and MOSAIC programs/workshops. The MOSAIC Student Coordinator also serves as a resource and liaison for students in the MOSAIC Educator Program, multicultural student organizations, and to the campus community.

Supervision Received:
Reports to the Multicultural Initiatives Specialist in the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs

• $13.00 per hour

• Hours per week: Approximately 7-10 hours per week

High Impact Practice (HIP) Statement
By incorporating classroom learning into hands-on work experiences as well as providing
supervision and coaching, students gain necessary tools to grow and contribute as professionals.

Position Tasks and Corresponding NACE Career Readiness Competencies
1. Critical Thinking
a. Be a resource and liaison for MOSAIC Educators, UWP students and refer them to valuable campus resources, services, student organizations, etc.
b. Opportunity to develop workshops with a special topic focus (ex: heritage months, current events.) c. Help MOSAIC Educators with strategies for facilitating successful workshops.
d. Guide challenging conversations during workshops.
e. Internalize and facilitate pre-determined beginning, intermediate, and advanced workshops.
f. Demonstrate initiative in situations when challenges occur.

2. Communication
a. Apply strong interpersonal and customer service skills when interacting with students, faculty, staff, etc.
b. Communicate regularly with Multicultural Initiatives Specialist, reporting on progress, program updates and needs of the MOSAIC Programs
c. Write workshop proposals and plans for programs.
d. Assist in facilitating programs and presentations for student staff meetings and events.
e. Keep student staff aware of information on a consistent basis regarding upcoming events, program updates, important dates, etc.
f. Generate ideas and create social media posts and contribute to the OMSA Weekly.

3. Teamwork
a. Collaborate with OMSA Professional staff, working groups, and other student staff to create, market, and execute programs.
b. Collaborate with team members to create and implement workshops.
c. Collaborate with team members to create educational displays.
b. Serve as a liaison to multicultural student organizations

4. Leadership
a. Attend OMSA-sponsored and signature programs.
b. Participate in Leadership or Professional Development events/workshops.
c. Demonstrate responsibility following opening/closing procedures with respect to the OMSA Office
d. Assess priorities and project deadlines.
e. Advocate the student experience and serve as a representative for the student perspective.
f. Create and implement elements of student staff training.

a. Utilize Microsoft Office Suite for work projects.
b. Help create PowerPoint presentations for meetings, trainings, or events.
c. Use staff email and Outlook calendar.
d. Utilize web conferencing programs for meetings, events and virtual workshops. (Ex: Zoom, Microsoft Teams, etc.)
e. Compile, report and analyze data via Qualtrics.
f. Monitor and maintain OMSA social media accounts and contribute to the OMSA Weekly.

6. Professionalism
a. Attend all weekly student staff meetings, training, and other related OMSA meetings.
b. Clock all work hours on the My UW Portal.
c. Assist in the recruitment process for student staff and program participants
d. Provide office support including greeting visitors, answering office phone, and other administrative duties in OMSA.
e. Present professional presence throughout campus as an employee of the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs
f. Maintain confidentiality and discretion surrounding student information and privacy.
g. Perform other duties as assigned.

7. Career and Self-Development
a. Attend one-on-one meetings with Multicultural Initiatives Specialist throughout the
academic year to develop and assess plans for personal and professional goals.
b. Manage your time and day-to-day responsibilities with limited supervision.
c. Complete 1 performance evaluation per year with supervisor.

8. Equity and Inclusion
a. Contribute to training surrounding issues related to equity, diversity, and inclusiveness.
b. Respectfully interact with a diverse community of faculty, staff, co-workers, and students of all cultures, races, ages, genders, sexual orientations and religions.
c. Participate in training about intercultural competency and issues related to equity, diversity, and inclusiveness.
d. Create and facilitate educational workshops, presentations, and programs focused on social justice, diversity, inclusion, and acceptance.

Required Qualifications:
• Must have commitment to and belief in equity, diversity, and inclusion and student success.
• Must have a cumulative GPA of 2.5.
• Must be a junior or senior in good standing with the university.
• Must have 1 year of related program or student leadership experience.
• Must be flexible with availability of schedule.
• Must make a full academic year commitment as a MOSAIC Student Coordinator