ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF STUDENT ACTIVITIES
The Assistant Director plans, coordinates, and promotes a broad spectrum of co-curricular activities and programs that will cultivate vibrant activities social life on campus and help nurture student leadership development As the advisor of the NHS, the Student Council Director promotes the ideals of scholarship, leadership, service, and character through the chapter activities. Duties include scheduling events and facilities, and moderating Student Council and the National Honor society.
In addition to the following duties, as a full-time employee, the Assistant Director may teach two classes in the history or foreign language departments.
- Clubs: Oversees all club and organization activities
- Organizes and publicizes Club Rush
- Meets with moderators and Officers on a regular basis to discuss the use of school facilities for all club related activities
- Approves all activities and fundraising
- Maintains a calendar and schedule for meetings and fundraisers
- Determines the active status of clubs/organizations by evaluating club activity and enrollment annually
- Manages all financial aspects of clubs
- ASB: Moderates all Student Council Activities
- Presides over all Student Council meetings Manages all financial aspects of Student Council
- Directs Student Council elections
- Maintains accurate records for grading
- Organizes the annual Leadership Camp
- Oversees the senior class locker room decorating project and the assigning and painting of senior parking spaces
- Organizes the annual Leadership Conference and Koala Bowl in consultation with the admissions office for Grades 6-8
- Organizes all fundraising activities
- Oversees the planning and execution of pep rallies, Human Development Assemblies and weekly assemblies
- Organizes the seating arrangements for all weekly and special assemblies and Mass
- Keeps bulletin boards current
- Tri-School Activities: Coordinates and participates in Tri-School student activities (e.g. Homecoming, Prom etc.)
- Works with the Senior Grade Level Coordinator and parent representatives from Connelly, Rosary and Servite for Tri-School Grad Night and checks in Connelly students at the event.
- Song Team
- Organizes tryouts with the coach
- Assists the coaches in the ordering of uniforms
- Schedules parent meetings
- Schedules the summer camp with the coach
- Monitors summer and regular schedules for practices and games
- Oversees fundraising activities, if needed
- Assists the coaches in addressing all student and parent concerns
- Oversees the organization of the annual Cheer Clinic, if calendared.
- NHS: Moderates all National Honor Society Activities
- Presides over all National Honor Society Meetings
- Organizes the annual Leadership Conference and Koala Bowl in consultation with the admissions office for Grades 6-8 in collaboration with ASB Associate.
- Sets up the tutoring schedule with National Honor Society members
- In spring prepares the application process and induction of new members
- Plans the NHS induction ceremony
- Yearbook Moderator: This position is responsible for instructing and coordinating the annual school yearbook with a variety of students in a classroom and other settings.
- Attends and coordinates the yearbook camp in August.
- Follows and maintains knowledge of all school policy(ies) and procedures.
- Coordinates annual publication of the yearbook.
- Completes required paperwork in specified time and manner.
- Manages behaviors of students.
- Utilizes online graphics software for editing and organizing photographs.
- Abides by all copyright policies and laws.
- Manages students to make sure all publication deadlines are met.
All Associates are Accountable to the Dean of Students
Email resume: firstname.lastname@example.org
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