Student Programming, Government and Ambassadors
Company: Tacoma Community College
Posted on: January 27, 2023
$15.74 - $20.00 Hourly
Tacoma WA 98466, WA
Who We Are
This recruitment is to establish an applicant pool for future
vacancies. Individuals will be contacted as vacancies occur. Tacoma
Community College is a public two-year institution that serves a
diverse population of approximately 14,000 students. We embrace our
identity as a community college and strongly encourage applications
from candidates who recognize and honor the important role that
equity, diversity, and inclusion brings to an educational
community. Our stated mission is to create meaningful and relevant
learning, inspire greater equity, and celebrate success in our
lives and in our communities. We are recognized nationally as an,
Achieving the Dream "leader college" and our faculty are engaged in
innovative work to improve student retention and program
completion. According to the Community College Survey of Student
Engagement, TCC ranks high on measures of active learning and
academic challenge, thanks to our creative and scholarly faculty.
We seek to recruit and retain a workforce that:
- Reflects the diversity of our community.
- Values intellectual curiosity and innovative teaching.
- Is attracted by the campus mission promoting equitable access
to educational opportunities.
- Cares about student success and collaborates on strategies to
facilitate success for underrepresented populations.
- Welcomes difference and models respectful interaction with
- Engages effectively with the community both within and outside
of TCC.Regional Setting
For information on Tacoma and the surrounding area:
Position Summary for Student Government, Event Team, Titan Today,
Peer Ambassadors & Representatives
- Encourage student participation and involvement in
extracurricular opportunities including activities, events,
workshops, panels, clubs and organizations, on and off campus
educational programming, etc.
- Advertise and create marketing materials for events and student
opportunities in multiple formats (online, print, expressive arts,
- Identify and connect students to resources, supplies,
equipment, and materials that promote student success
- Perform word processing tasks and various clerical duties
- Represent Tacoma Community College as a student leader
- Participate in staff meetings, projects, and partnerships
- Recruit and spark prospective students into leadership,
internships, research and volunteering opportunities
- Maintain an inclusive, vibrant, and clean environment
- Perform other duties as assigned by supervisor
MESA Peer Ambassadors:
- Encourage student participation in MESA
- Advertise and attend events sponsored by MESA
- Ensure that all students sign in and out of the MESA
- Represent the MESA program on and off-campus and at Outreach
- Explain MESA Program qualifications and program overviewOSE
- Collaborate and work with the OSE Director to plan and
facilitate the Identity, Culture, and Community (ICC) Workshops
throughout the year.
- Contact faculty to arrange class meetings, as well as other
campus staff and faculty to ensure students and those who serve
students are aware of OSE and other campus offerings, as well as to
raise the student voice.
- Reach out to nontraditional students for their input and
- Staff the Collaboratory
- Plan Alternative Spring Break and other service and volunteer
programs and events.OSE Titan Today Journalist:
- As the Titan Today/Challenge Contributor, you are charged with
upholding, advocating, and representing the student voice and
reporting on all events that are relevant to the student's time at
TCC, their place in the community, city, state, nation, and
- You will be writing articles, creating podcasts, forming social
media content, and more to bring to light in a fair and balanced
way, issues that affect the student.
- You will work with the OSE Director, Program Specialist, the
OSE Team to produce the material above to present it to the
students, TCC, and the communities surrounding our school.
Event Team Leaders:
- Plan and Coordinate Physical and Virtual Events, Social Media
Content, Marketing, and all other activities associated with events
and content below.
- Plan and Facilitate student-based events that discuss and
promote community, student connection, equity, diversity,
inclusion, health and wellness, recreation, and more through
various mediums such as on campus and virtual events, artist &
lecture series, workshops, panels, mail-out programs, class visits,
participation in campus community meetings, and more!
- Communicate and meet with team members to create and prepare
budget plans, reach out to community partners or guest speakers,
seek volunteers, design event layouts, and discuss other logistical
- Attend weekly team meetings and other planned training, answer
and log phone calls and emails, check and respond to work email
daily for incoming information, maintain office hours, submit time
sheets, and provide stellar customer service to students requesting
- Contact and create a student, school, and community network to
utilize as resources when planning and coordinating events.Student
Government Executive Board Elected Representatives:
- Represent all currently enrolled Tacoma Community College
- Coordinate student voice opportunities including forums,
panels, and voter registration
- Serve on College Council and other committees and groups as
- Collect feedback and input from students regarding their
experience at TCC
- Participate in student fee budget committees
- Plan and market Civic Engagement events and Legislative
participation activities Committee Representatives:
- Take a paid student representative training
- Attend assigned committee meetings on time and with
- Follow duties as assigned by Committee Chair
- Track hours and report progress to Director of Student
Engagement or designee
- Willingness to act and think on behalf of the diverse student
body of Tacoma Community College
- Report to the Student Senate
- Currently enrolled TCC Student
- Minimum GPA 2.0
- Excellent customer service skills
- Excellent communication skills
- Ability to produce college-level writing
- Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite, Canvas, and Zoom
- Dependability on the job: punctuality, commitment
- Commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusion Preferred
- Commitment to multiple quarters is preferred. Conditions of
- Some positions require a minimum amount of TCC credits to have
already been earned.
- Successful completion of a criminal history background check
prior to employment.
- Commitment of 10-17 hours per week
- Regular and predictable attendance The Successful Candidate
- Ethics, integrity and sound professional judgment.
- Excellent customer service skills; including establishing,
building and maintaining internal/external customer
- An appreciation of diversity and the benefits of a commitment
to cultural awareness and sensitivity in the workplace.
- Ability to communicate effectively with staff and
- Skilled in building and maintaining internal/external customer
- Ability to follow directions and meet the demands of the
- Organizational and study skills.
Application Material & Procedures Complete application packages
must include the following:
- Tacoma Community College online application which includes
education and employment history and 3 professional references.
Incomplete applications will not be accepted.
- Cover letter. Terms of Employment
These part-time hourly positions are bound by the WAC 357-04-045
provisions above and is scheduled to work 17 hours per week. The
salary range is $15.74 - $20.00 per hour per hour DOE/DOQ.
Flexibility in scheduling is required to meet department needs.
Tacoma Community College values diversity and is an Equal
Opportunity Employer and Educator. Tacoma Community College
provides equal opportunity in education and employment and does not
discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age,
disability, genetic information, sex, sexual orientation, marital
status, creed, religion, or status as a veteran of war. Prohibited
sex discrimination includes sexual harassment (unwelcome sexual
conduct of various types). Provides reasonable accommodations for
qualified students, employees, and applicants with disabilities in
accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and Federal
Rehabilitation Act. The following persons have been designated to
handle inquiries regarding non-discrimination policies: Stephen
Smith, Title VII and Title IX, Building 14, 253-566-5055; Dr. Davi
Kallman, Section 504 Officer, Building 7, 253-566-5157. This
recruitment announcement does not reflect the entire job
description and can be changed and or modified without notice.
Tacoma Community College
6501 S 19th St Bldg. 14, Tacoma WA 98466
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