Vice President for Equity and Community Affairs
Supervisor / Contact person:
SURC Room 263
Number of Students Needed:
Hourly Pay Rate:
$9.19 per hour
Hours Per Week:
Work 14 hours per week -Voting member of the Board of Directors -Chair of the Equity and Services Council -Initiate community service projects on behalf of the Board of Directors -Coordinate the hiring and management of the office Equity & Services Council support staff -Serve, as directed by the Board of Directors or the ASCWU President, on task forces created on behalf of the ASCWU -Provide the Executive Vice President with a monthly update of the Equity and Services Council budget -Serve as liaison to University equity/diversity task forces and committees on behalf of and with the approval of the Board of Directors -Serve as liaison to university community service task forces and committees on behalf of and with the approval of the ASCWU Board of Directors -Represent the ASCWU Board of Directors at Ellensburg City Council, Chamber of Commerce, and Downtown Association meetings on a regular basis -Meet at least once (1) per month with the director of the Center for Diversity & Social Justice -It is the responsibility of the Vice President for Equity and Community Affairs to uphold the duties, responsibilities and ideals of the ASCWU Constitution, By-Laws, and Policies
-Have completed forty-five (45) credit hours of which thirty (30) credit hours shall be complete at Central Washington University, these credits must be conferred prior to appointment -Be in good standing (both quarterly and cumulative GPA is 2.0 or higher) for those credit hours completed at Central Washington University, these hours must be conferred prior to appointment -Time Management -Ability to work well with others and contribute positively in a team environment -Multi-task -Ability to use technology in completing job functions (computer, email, cell phone, office correspondence, excel, word, drupal web design etc.) -Demonstrated ability advocating for social justice issues and concerns
Purpose of Position:
-To serve the Associated Students of Central Washington University -Communicate concerns to University Administrative counterparts in order to positively affect the campus community as a whole and support under privileged and under represented students and organizations on the Central Washington University campus.
-Unique opportunity to be included in program development, budget administration, conducting formal meetings and administrating University Policies and Procedures -Develop and or deepen appreciation and understanding of issues in society regarding students with diverse backgrounds and beliefs.
Application requirements are as follows: 1. Submit Resume 2. Submit cover letter outlining your goals for the Equity & Services Council and your expected contributions to the ASCWU Board of Directors for the duration of the academic year 3. Obtain 3 of 6 signatures from the existing ASCWU Board of Directors members (signature forms are available at the front desk of the Board of Directors Office Surc 236) 4. Submit all materials as a whole completed packet on or before 11:59 PM December 2, 2012 to ASCWU BOD office or via email at email@example.com