Assistant Director, Student Leadership & Involvement
The Assistant Director of Student Leadership and Involvement assists the office in providing strong educational, social, and leadership development-oriented, co-curricular experiences that enhance student learning and campus life at Michigan Technological University. Reporting to the Director of Student Leadership and Involvement, the Assistant Director is the primary individual to plan, execute, and evaluate leadership development programs and community service initiatives. This individual also oversees risk management for student organizations, supervises student staff, and advises Undergraduate Student Government. The Assistant Director also works collaboratively within the SLI office to design and implement engaging programs and activities promoting student life, building leadership capacity, and supporting student success amongst a vibrant, inclusive student body.
Applicants can find out more about Student Affairs at Michigan Tech and our full posting and apply online here.
- Master’s degree in Higher Education Administration, Student Affairs, or a related field, or the equivalent combination of education, training and experience from which comparable skills can be acquired.
- Two years of professional experience at a college or university in student activities and/or a related field.
- Experience advising student groups.
- Demonstrated ability to plan, organize, and execute large events/projects.
Michigan Tech is an internationally renowned doctoral research flagship university located in Houghton, MI. Houghton is located in Michigan's scenic Upper Peninsula on the south shore of Lake Superior. The area provides a unique setting where natural beauty, culture, education, and a diversity of residents from around the world come together to share a superb living and learning experience.
Michigan Tech is proud to be an ADVANCE Institution that has thrice received National Science Foundation support to increase diversity, inclusion, and the participation and advancement of women and underrepresented individuals in STEM.