Office of Inclusive Excellence (OIE)
Salary: $14.00/hr. in 2021; $15.00/hr. in 2022
Hours/Week- 12-15 Federal Work Study welcomed
Role Description /Office of Inclusive Excellence (OIE) Outreach Student Assistant
Now Hiring: Outreach & Design Student Assistant
The Student Outreach & Design Assistant is an essential asset to the day-to-day function
of the Office of Inclusive Excellence. This job will be an opportunity to provide students
who are interested in professional development, a chance to know and understand the
work of the Office of Inclusive Excellence from the inside out and why it’s important
that CSUSM is a welcoming and inclusive campus. We are seeking a creative, energetic
student with excellent communication skills, a passion for justice, educational equity, inclusion,
A student who models leadership to other students builds community on campus and furthers the values of integrity, justice, human dignity, and inclusive excellence will do well in this position. Main job responsibilities will include but are not limited to creating marketing materials for events and programs to be used for social media, fliers, frames, digital signage, publications, banners, and special projects. Someone who possesses knowledge of graphic design programs such as the Adobe Suite (Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign) and other programs like Canva, and can maintain the CSUSM OIE website. In addition to event development, organizing and running the day-to-day functions for the office.
- Fall/Spring: average 15-20/hrs. week. Schedule to be determined as the office must have coverage from 8 am-5 pm (In addition, to availability for some evenings and weekends)
- Summer: average 12-15/hrs. week. Schedule to be determined around summer classes and orientations. (This is based on available funding)
- Preferred availability includes U-hour. Some evenings and weekends with advanced notice.
-Minimum 2.50 GPA (cumulative and prior term)
-Currently enrolled student (more than 6.0 units) in good standing at CSUSM
-Positive attitude & enjoys working on a team
-Strong interpersonal, communication, and writing skills
-Answer phones, greet and respond to visitors, ensure check-in for services
-Ability to manage projects independently and take initiative
-Support front office/front desk coverage (in-person/virtual) as well as for events and programs
-Maintenance of professional office etiquette in a fast-paced office environment
-An awareness and appreciation for diversity and inclusion
-Other related duties as assigned
-Attend weekly meetings
-The ability to serve on committees in the areas of inclusive excellence, diversity, and social justice. (per appointment of the office) in addition to training, and workshops.
-Support OIE and related programs and events through attendance or preparatory needs.
-Ability to speak to groups (orientation and presentations)
-Respond to basic inquiries about programs (email, phone, in-person/virtual)
-Ensure spaces are clean and functional
-Work with the Director of Programs & Initiatives OIE Administrative Assistant Coordinator, Chief Diversity Officer, and fellow student assistants on various programming, projects, events, and office duties.
-The ability to perform physical tasks when necessary, i.e. lifting approx. 5-10 lbs., the carrying of supplies such as items for tabling or office materials.
-Support content development and logistics for Diversity & Inclusion events and education.
-A strong skill set in photography, videography, and experience in the creation of marketing materials.
-Create engaging social media content and posts for OIE social media outlets (e.g. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram); and increase the followers on each of the social media platforms.
-Create outreach plans as well as marketing and advertising materials to engage campus and community groups as needed for the OIE Conversations that Matter Series, Beyond the Stereotype Campaign, Inclusive Sustainability, and other events, projects, and programs.
-Create videos and graphic designs for social media posting and for the creation of flyers especially graphics that pertain to justice topics and issues
-Use University style/branding guides to communicate the identity of the OIE
-Create marketing materials for events and programs to be used for social media, fliers, frames, digital signage, publications, banners, and special projects
-Have knowledge of and use graphic design programs such as the Adobe Suite
-(Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign) and other programs like Canva, when necessary -Coordinate digital signage posts for the office
-Assist in the creation of any assets or copy for the newsletters
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