The Extension Summer Programs Intern assists in managing summer programs and co-supervises the Summer of Art Pre-College Program. The intern lives on campus and serves in the on-call rotation with the professional staff. The intern will work approximately 20-25 hours a week between May 22, 2019 – August 14, 2019 (dates flexible). This position reports directly to the Director of Summer Programs.
•Assists with training (planning, creating, and presenting) and supervision of 16-18 Summer of Art Resident Assistants and Summer Programs Resident Assistants.
•Serves in on-call rotation and responds to emergency and crisis situations within the Residence Hall.
•Manages various aspects of summer programs, including, but not limited to: check-ins and checkouts, room assignments and preparations, linen distribution, schedule room turnovers, creating communications or signage, manage maintenance/repair requests, room setups, and program event management and coordination.
•Oversees and guides Resident Assistants with weekly programs during the Summer of Art Precollege Program.
•Assists with supervision of the high school students during the Summer of Art Pre-college program field trips to various locations around Los Angeles.
•Attends weekly staff meetings with students and professional staff.
•Provides support with general Summer Programs questions by answering calls, responding to emails, and talking with students on campus.
•Provides support with general Summer Programs questions by answering calls, responding to emails, and talking with students and participants on campus.
•Additional duties to be determined based on the interests of the successful candidate.
•Perform other related duties as assigned.
This position is designed for an individual pursuing a Master’s degree in a related field of Higher Education. Individual should have a diverse knowledge of student issues including, but not limited to: diverse communities, alcohol and other drugs, safety and security, and health concerns in a college environment. Individual must demonstrate experience in programming, as well as working with staff and students within and outside of a traditional office setting. Individual must be able to demonstrate the ability to provide effective on-call coverage for crisis/emergency response, crisis assessment, victim assistance/advocacy, personal counseling/referral, and incident debriefing for a residential community. This position must pass a required background check, as they will be working with minors. Individuals must be willing to work a flexible schedule which includes evenings and weekends.
•Dining package while dining services is open.
•Room in Residence Hall is provided with expectation of the candidate to live on campus.
Interested candidates must apply via Otis’ website at
https://otis.simplehire.com/postings/1397 to be considered for the position.
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