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Brown University

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Native American Heritage Series Programmer
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Job ID 2355
Employer Brown Center for Students of Color
Employer Type On Campus
Date Posted Apr 27, 2016
Category Program Coordination
Job Type On-Campus Jobs
Job Description The primary role of the Native American Series Programmer involves coordinating and programming the Native American Series. The programmer(s) must work closely with Native Americans at Brown (NAB), and all other student organizations relating to Native students on campus to facilitate communication and schedule events. The programmer(s) should also: reach out to non-Native student organizations seeking collaborative programming and co-sponsorship. attend a monthly Fall Trainin and attend mandatory monthly meetings with all BCSC staff. planning of the series a semester in advance to ensure timely programming. creation of a planning file to help with future event planning. programming at least one faculty engagement event. programmers will also need to recruit and work closely with a steering committee to ensure that the opinion of the greater Native American community on campus is considered. Programmers will need to access funds through UFB and launch fundraising efforts involving student organizations, departments and center. organizing and overseeing all projects under the supervision of the BCSC Coordinator for Co-Curricular Initiatives. providing support to the BCSC in the student recruitment process assist BCSC staff and other programmers in the work of the Center. Traditionally, the Native American Programmer has also worked closely with the staff of the Center for the Study of Race and Ethnicity in America and the Haffenreffer Museum.
Job Requirements Requirements Familiarity and knowledge of issues relevant and of interest to Native American students at Brown Dedication to promoting campus awareness about diversity issues Strong organizational and communication skills Ability to work independently and as part of a team Strong time management skills Must be in good academic standing
Number of openings 2
Hours 3.0 to 10.0 hours per week
Hourly Rate $9.65/hour, Stipend of $600 per semester.
Time Frame Academic Year
Start Date Tuesday, September 1, 2015
End Date Sunday, May 1, 2016
Primary Contact Anne Ponte
Email Address
Work Location Brown Center for Students of Color
Phone Number 3-5169
Fax Number 3-1184