The Campus Sustainabilty Fund is looking for a graduate student to work as the CSF coordinator beginning this summer through next year. Applications are due April 10 - so don't wait!
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Job Description: CSF Coordinator
Start Date: early-June 2016
Hours/Times: 19.5 hours/week, workdays & times flexible
Duration: through June 2017, continuation into future years possible if student status is maintained
Compensation: GSA Package (Tuition Waiver, Health Insurance, Stipend*) *estimated at approx. $2000/mo before taxes Application
Deadline: April 10th, 2016 HuskyJobs ID#: 100934
The mission of the Campus Sustainability Fund (CSF) is to create a sustainable campus and foster an environmentally conscious culture by funding student-lead projects from a portion of student fees to lessen the university’s environmental impact. The CSF is currently seeking a student to serve as the primary staff point of oversight and management for all aspects of the organization.
The CSF Coordinator will be a team player as well as a self-starter, with excellent collaboration skills and ability to communicate effectively with students, faculty and staff. Other important characteristics for a coordinator include strong project management skills; attention to detail; ability to prioritize; flexibility and resilience; creative problem solving skills; ability to gain consensus; ability to manage sensitive situations; superior verbal and written communication skills; and proficiency and comfort presenting to both small and large groups of people.
Bachelors degree in a related field and currently matriculated in a UW graduate program (or planned for Fall 2016)
Approximately 2+ years work experience in related positions or with related functions
Interest in and knowledge of sustainability issues both on and off campus
High degree of professionalism, integrity and ownership; high energy and results oriented
Team player, flexible and open to new ideas and continual improvement or change
Excellent written and oral communication, presentation, analysis, project management, and financial reporting/budgeting skills.
Excellent skills with Microsoft Office (Access, Excel, Outlook PowerPoint, Word)
Knowledge and experience with operational and financial planning
Previous program and/or staff management experience
Knowledge of UW budget and accounting systems
Experience with basic web editing features and HTML
Experience with information visualization and/or graphic design
Lead the solicitation and vetting of project proposals from UW students, faculty and staff.
Support & organize the CSF Committee
Track and report on active CSF projects
Oversee multiple budgets (both internal and external)
Guide strategic initiatives
Pursue and secure auxiliary revenue streams
Maintain strong relationships with the CSFs myriad of campus partners
Manage up to 3 part time staff and 3-6 regular volunteers at any given time
Continue to raise the visibility and profile of the CSF throughout UW.