Intramural position available

by Katrina Hall
Staff Writer

The University of La Verne has two open positions for a student coordinator of activities and a student coordinator of intramurals, for registered, full-time, traditional undergraduates.

A minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.5 is required and must be maintained throughout the term of appointment.

Melissa Jaunal, coordinator of student programs, will interview those who pass the screening for the position.

The applicant must be reliable, dependable, responsible and maintain good social and academic standing at ULV. Good character is a requirement and written and verbal communication skills are a must.

The two students hired will be compensated with a $1,200 annual Leadership Educational Development (LEAD) scholarship of $600 per semester. The work schedule is 10 hours per week in which some of that time must be during regular business hours and be a firm participator in the LEAD program.

Those interested in applying must have the ability to manage a budget, work with little direct supervision, be a self-starter, and have leadership and programming skills. Also, the person may not hold any other major LEAD position.

The ability to use a Macintosh computer is desired as well as artistic, creative and being available during the summer.

“The position can be time consuming but well fulfilled,” said Jaunal. “The latter is what I am looking for.”

The duties expected of the Coordinator of Intramurals are an annual calendar of intramural events for publication and distribution, publishing and distributing an intramural handbook, distributing rules for intramural events and community resources for program sponsorship. The development of publicity for intramural events are also part of it.

The person must be able to form and lead the Intramural Activity Committee and serve on the Homecoming Committee to assist in coordination of the Powder Puff Game. Also the applicant must lead the monthly Intramural activities for students as well as the annual Fall Flag Football League and the Spring Basketball League.

Experience and interest in this position is necessary.

The duties for the coordinator of activities position include developing an annual calendar of Student Life events for publication and distribution, form and lead the Student Activities Committee and coordinate an annual Club and Organization Recognition process.

Other duties are to develop semesterly Club Fairs, coordinate and implement monthly educational activities for students and traditional activities (Commuter Week, Greek Week, etc.).

This position does require previous programming experience.

Personality counts due to the responsibility of interface with students, campus departments, Associated Student Forum, student organizations, community merchants and off-campus agencies.

All other duties will be assigned throughout the year.

A workshop is also offered to the person chosen to help develop skills.

“Once the application has been submitted, they are screened and I make contact with the person to schedule an interview,” said Jaunal.

Currently, graduating seniors Andy Moran is coordinator of intramurals and Tammy Abedo is coordinator of activities.

“They have done very well which is why Andy held this position for 2 1/2 years,” Jaunal said. “Tammy has held it for the spring semester, but came in with great skills.”

Applications are being handed out and returned at the Student Center desk.

The last day to turn applications is Friday, May 9.

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