CSWS is now taking applications for two part-time staff positions: a project coordinator and an office specialist.
The project coordinator will oversee the planning and administration of our 50th anniversary events, fundraising activities, and donor development campaign to advance the Center’s mission.
Duties and responsibilities include collaboratively planning and coordinating anniversary events; collaboratively developing related exhibits and coordinating them with the JSMA, UO Libraries, the EMU, and community organizations; supervising interns working on aspects of anniversary programming; creating and/or updating donor and alumni databases, fundraising letters, and aspects of program evaluation (i.e. outcomes/outputs of CSWS); data analysis and reporting; and prospective donor research and cultivation.
The coordinator will reach out to and collaborate with project stakeholders such as UO Development, the Provost’s Office, ASUO Women’s Center, WGSS, and community partners. The coordinator will also assist our media relations staff with developing and producing publicity materials, publications, videos, and other assets related to the 50th anniversary.
The project coordinator position is a limited two-year appointment at 0.5 FTE. For more infromation, go to https://careers.uoregon.edu/en-us/job/530366/csws-project-coordinator-limited-duration.
The Office Specialist 2 provides support for the center as a whole, in particular to the Business Manager and Director. Under the supervision of the Director and the lead of the Business Manager, they work as primary reception person and office administrative support person; including coordinating workflow; maintaining calendars; scheduling meetings; maintaining electronic and hard copy records; arranging travel; writing, editing, and proofreading correspondence and other documents.
This position also works as the center’s event coordinator, often carrying out projects independently, including event planning, such as conferences, symposia, colloquia, etc.; making travel arrangements for guests and other event coordination, including contract creation and travel approval and reimbursements. This position will also assist the Business Manager with payment of invoices, faculty reimbursements, vendor and contract payments, and through the Foundation. This position receives a variety of assignments of moderate to extreme complexity that calls for initiative, independence, judgment, organization, and excellent communication skills. CSWS is a small research center, and thus a successful applicant should demonstrate an ability to multitask and work independently.
The OS2’s assignments typically require planning ahead and meeting numerous deadlines. This position coordinates expenditures through state and UO Foundation accounts and should be able to advise the department and faculty regarding the use of funds, using the Oregon Administrative Rules as a guide. For more information, go to https://careers.uoregon.edu/en-us/job/530362/csws-office-specialist.