Student Services Administrative Assistant/Student Government Association (SGA) Advisor

Duties & Responsibilities

Position Overview

The Student Services Administrative Assistant/Student Government Association (SGA) Advisor plays a crucial role in supporting student success and engagement on campus. This position involves providing administrative support to departments within the Student Services division and serving as an advisor to the Student Government Association. The incumbent will collaborate with students, faculty, and staff to enhance the overall student experience and contribute to a vibrant campus community.

Key Responsibilities

Student Services Administrative Assistant:

  1. Front Desk Operations:Greet and assist students, staff/faculty, and visitors at the student services counter, providing information and directing them to appropriate resources.
  2. Communication:Respond to inquiries via email, phone, and in-person, providing information about various student services, events, and campus resources.
  3. Event Coordination:Assist in the planning, coordination, and execution of student events (i.e., registration, orientation, and graduation).
  4. Resource Management:Keep track of office supplies, restocking as needed, and liaising with the appropriate departments for equipment maintenance.
  5. Database Management:Maintain and update student information databases, ensuring accuracy and integrity of data.
  6. Collaboration:Collaborate with student services staff and other administrative assistants to provide seamless support to students.


Student Government Association (SGA) Advisor:

  1. Advisory Role:Serve as the primary advisor to the SGA, offering guidance on organizational matters, event planning, budget management, and leadership development.
  2. Leadership Development:Facilitate leadership workshops, training sessions, and retreats for SGA members to enhance their skills in communication, decision-making, and conflict resolution.
  3. Meeting Coordination:Coordinate regular SGA meetings, set agendas, and provide administrative support for efficient discussions and decision-making.
  4. Budget Oversight:Assist in managing the SGA budget, ensuring responsible allocation of funds for various student initiatives and events.
  5. Student Life & Support:Collaborate with SGA members to plan, promote, and execute events that enhance student life and support, such as the food pantry, intramurals, social activities, and community service projects.
  6. Advocacy:Represent student interests and concerns by liaising between the SGA and college administration.
  7. Elections and Transition:Organize student government elections, oversee the transition of new SGA members, and facilitate knowledge transfer to ensure continuity.
  8. Collaboration: Work in partnership with other campus departments and student organizations to encourage cross-functional initiatives.

Minimum Requirements

  • Bachelor's degree preferred, with relevant experience in student affairs, administration, or related field.
  • Strong organizational, interpersonal, and communication skills.
  • The ability to work collaboratively with diverse groups of students, faculty, and staff.
  • Proficiency in office software (e.g., Microsoft Office Suite).
  • Detail-oriented with excellent time management and multitasking abilities.

Apply online

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Job Application

Prefer hard copy? Application, resume and transcripts should be submitted to the Director of Personnel, Frankie Sutter.