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Director - Center for Diversity and Inclusion Main Campus (Houghton, MI)
The Center for Diversity & Inclusion provides Michigan Tech students with a place to call home — creating connections, a sense of belonging, and a supportive environment where all students are welcome. The Director plays a pivotal role by initiating and leading activities that engage and support students of all backgrounds, including our underrepresented, neurodiverse, and LGBTQ+ students. The Director works collaboratively with colleagues in the Division of Student Affairs and across campus to provide sustained, evidence-based programming and services to help our Huskies achieve their educational and life goals and persist through graduation and beyond.
Executive Director, Career Services Main Campus (Houghton, MI)
As Michigan’s flagship technological university, Michigan Tech is positioned as a leader in creating opportunities for all students to realize their professional aspirations. The Executive Director of Career Services provides creative visioning, strategic direction, and empowered leadership to a dynamic team of professionals within the Division of Student Affairs. Collaboration with industry representatives as well as academic units, the Enterprise and senior design programs, and advancement professionals across campus calls for an innovative, data-driven, and energetic leader. The executive director will possess these characteristics and will elevate Michigan Tech Career Services to promote industry engagement and provide professional development and career readiness programming that is nationally recognized.
Coordinator of Community Conduct Main Campus (Houghton, MI)
The Coordinator of Community Conduct will assist the Assistant Dean of Community Conduct in administering the Student Code of Community Conduct and other policies and procedures as they pertain to students’ rights and responsibilities: in providing due process and educational outcomes that promote the quality of student life and community; in fostering students’ personal, academic, and ethical development; provide prevention and outreach to students’ and campus stakeholders; and provide support to the Assistant Dean of Academic Conduct as needed.
Coordinator, Registered Student Organization Main Campus (Houghton, MI)
As a part of the Student Leadership & Involvement team, the Coordinator assists the office in providing strong educational, social, and leadership development oriented, co-curricular experiences that enhance student learning and campus life at Michigan Technological University. Reporting to the Director of Student Leadership and Involvement, this position is the primary individual responsible for providing development, training, and support for Michigan Tech’s Registered Student Organizations (RSO). They also serve as the primary advisor for the Memorial Union Board, our campus programming board. The Coordinator implements annual organization registration, plans student involvement fairs, oversees RSO funding, directs the new organization registration process, and manages resources that benefit all student organizations.
Outreach & Prevention Coordinator Main Campus (Houghton, MI)
The Outreach & Prevention Coordinator assists with the planning, implementation, and evaluation of evidence-informed mental health and well-being education programs at the Center for Student Mental Health & Well-being (CSMHW). The coordinator’s focus is on educating students on mental health and well-being, suicide prevention, peer support, and stress management while encouraging the student community to utilize resources and learn about habits that promote a healthy mindset. The coordinator fosters collaborative relationships within the campus and the local community to develop and support a prevention-conscious culture.
Assistant Director of Housing Operations and Independent Living Main Campus (Houghton, MI)
The Assistant Director of Housing Operations, as a member of the Residence Education and Housing Services team, is responsible for being a transformational property manager in leading a thriving Daniell Heights/shared house community and assisting students in transitioning to independent living. This position is a champion of leading efficient logistical operations, ensuring precise organization as a property manager in overseeing all administrative functions of the campus apartments and houses, including contracts, tenants, applications, assignments, occupancy, and billing. This position will ensure their operational approach prioritizes assisting students to successfully transition to independent living by creating educational initiatives that successfully prepare students for the transition, provide guidance to help students establish agency in exploring solutions, and connect them with supportive resources.
Assistant Director of Residence Education Main Campus (Houghton, MI)
As a member of the Residence Education and Housing Services team, the Assistant Director of Residence Education will partner with the Director in creating an inclusive and intentional residential education experience for students. This position is a champion for student and staff development and is responsible for the supervision, recruitment, and training of student and professional staff. The person in this position supports initiatives related to the continued development and retention of students living in the residence halls at Michigan Technological University. For the 2024-2025 academic year, the person in this role will focus on preparing for the opening of a new 516 bed residence hall in Fall 2025. This is a 12-month position. A furnished apartment is provided on site, however staff can explore off campus housing and be successful in the position.
Residence Education Coordinator Main Campus (Houghton, MI)
As a member of the Residence Education and Housing Services team, the Residence Education Coordinator will assume a vital role in the residence life program for the growth of the individual through community living. The Residence Education Coordinator is responsible for providing and supporting student development and leadership, building community, and promoting learning in the residence halls. This is a 12-month live-in position. This position is limited to a three-year term. For more information, visit mtu.edu/housing/staff/rec/