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University Event Services (UES) – #S2387PO – The Summer Housing Coordinator provides frontline management of non-academic Summer Housing client operations and reports to the Senior Summer Housing Coordinator. Assist and support 80+ contracted overnight conferences, camps, intern programs and events for University Event Services (UES) generating revenue for the University. Manage 120+ contracts and billing process for external clients scheduling summer athletic camps using spaces owned by the Athletics department and throughout the academic year. Provide strategic oversight and coordination of select number of annual summer programs. Work in partnership with UES’ coordinator team to support client housing needs. Provide co-supervision to 6-9 student Conference Assistants who execute day-to-day housing operations. Must have effective interpersonal, communication and analytical skills and a keen ability to manage details. Work closely with key campus partners to ensure smooth client experience. Requires active engagement in learning and practicing principles of social justice and inclusion, environmental sustainability and delivering exceptional customer experience. Position has regular administrative hours along with early mornings, nights and weekend hours required during pre-/post-summer preparation. Applicants should expect the summer season (mid-May through mid-August) will require more work schedule flexibility.
Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in related field, one to three years’ supervision of students, project coordination, process improvement, contracting, invoicing and financial experience. Effective interpersonal, organizational, communication, analytical skills and coordination of multiple client programs. Ability to demonstrate an ongoing commitment to workplace diversity, environmental sustainability, safety, delivering exceptional value and experience for our clients.
Desirable Qualifications: Higher education experience in Residential Life or Conference & Events Services, knowledge of UVM’s facilities, policies, and software systems. Student supervision and team development experience. Familiarity with space reservation and client management software. Experience with safety and risk management related issues around minors.
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