65% — Coordinate MNCH Ambassadors and Student Membership programs
• Guide Ambassadors to develop, implement, and evaluate educational programs that engage the UO student community both academically and socially
• Assist and direct student projects to ensure that initiatives meet Public Programs strategic goals
• Schedule and communicate with MNCH Ambassadors for regular meetings
• Coordinate the use of funds for MNCH Ambassador projects
• Implement, evaluate, and refine recruitment plan for MNCH Ambassadors
• Manage and evaluate Student Membership program
15% — Campus Collaboration and Communication
• Identify and maintain relationships with relevant student groups and faculty on campus
• Collaborate with these groups to implement Ambassador events and increase UO student attendance and awareness at the MNCH
• Manage the Ambassadors’ social media communication (e.g., Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) and Student Member e‐newsletters
20% — Administration and Resource Development
• Represent the MNCH Ambassadors at ASUO government
• Solicit grant funds through UO programs and ASUO funds dispersal
• Attend weekly Public Programs staff meeting and weekly meeting with position supervisor
• Complete end-of-term reports
• Maintain and build policies and procedures binder for future advisors
Graduate students pursuing any master’s or doctoral degree may apply.
• Experience mentoring high school or university students
• Skills managing meetings and facilitating communication and progress among a board of directors or other volunteer group
• Excellent communication skills by email, phone, and in person
• Experience managing events or educational programs
• Background or interest in non-profit management, marketing (especially through social media), or development
• Experience using Adobe InDesign and MailChimp
Submit a résumé and cover letter to Lauren Willis, Program and Exhibit Developer. Materials may be sent electronically to email@example.com or delivered in person to the Museum of Natural and Cultural History at 1680 East 15th Ave.
Our General Duties and Responsibilities Statement (GDRS), which includes our general appointment/reappointment process and criteria, is available online.
The University of Oregon is an equal opportunity, affirmative action institution committed to cultural diversity and compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.