We are hiring!
We are searching for next year's Campus Organizing Coordinators. We are hiring one per university campus.
Scroll down for the full Campus Organizing Coordinator job description and information on how to apply.
Students United is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.
Campus Organizing Coordinator
Reports to: Director of Campus Organizing
Term: August - May
The Campus Organizing Coordinator (COC) informs students on their campus about Students United, recruits students to join their committee, builds partnerships with key campus stakeholders, and organizes events and legislative actions to influence higher education policies.
- Supervise five Campus Committee members: Diversity Specialist, Legislative Specialist, Public Relations Specialist, and two Issue Specialists
Provide resources, feedback, and hold team accountable for meeting performance goals and expectations
Manage campus committee budget and properly report all credit card expenses
Increase subscriptions to Students United email notices
Recruit Action Team members to help with campus events and legislative actions
Perform class/club raps, record tabling hours, and perform other outreach tasks
Increase Students United visibility on campus using a variety of media tools and promotional items
Organize Students United events and co-sponsor events with key partners
Attend Students United conferences, meetings, retreats, orientations, and trainings
Other duties as assigned
Enrolled at your state university for the entire 2018-2019 academic year
Strong verbal and written communications skills
Excellent organizational and time management skills
Ability to persuade others to take action on higher education issues
Commitment to inclusion and ability to work with others from diverse backgrounds
Willingness to learn new subject areas and capable of prioritizing multiple projects and deadlines
Ability to work independently and remotely
Passion for organizing and advocating for state university students
Time Requirements and Compensation:
Hours worked: 10 hours per week
Compensation: $10-$12 per hour
Weekly COC staff meetings via Google Hangout
Weekly Campus Committee meetings
Weekly Google Hangout check-ins with supervisor
Attend all Delegates conferences
Attend Advocacy Day
Attend Summer Orientation
Attend Campus Committee Retreat
how to apply
To begin the application process, email a resume to Justin Reuter, Director of Campus Organizing at firstname.lastname@example.org