Office of Co-Curricular Engagement and Learning

Student Engagement Facilitator - Co-Curricular Record


Facilitated peer engagement and managed co-curricular records, enhancing leadership, organization, and communication skills.

Position Overview

The position of Student Engagement Facilitator involves a dynamic role within an educational institution, primarily focused on encouraging and managing student involvement in activities outside the classroom. The individual in this role is responsible for facilitating peer engagement by organizing events, workshops, and programs that promote student participation. They play a key part in managing the co-curricular record system, which officially tracks and recognizes students' extracurricular involvement and achievements. This position requires strong leadership qualities, as the facilitator must be able to guide and motivate students, as well as coordinate with various stakeholders. Excellent organizational skills are essential to effectively manage the records and events. Additionally, the role demands proficient communication abilities to interact with students, staff, and external partners, and to ensure that the value of co-curricular activities is clearly conveyed and understood. The Student Engagement Facilitator is expected to create an inclusive environment that supports student growth and development, contributing to a well-rounded educational experience.

Position Requirements

  • Experience in student leadership roles,
  • Knowledge of co-curricular programming and record-keeping,
  • Strong organizational skills,
  • Excellent communication skills (both written and verbal),
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint),
  • Familiarity with student information systems or databases,
  • Ability to facilitate group discussions and workshops,
  • Experience in event planning and management,
  • Understanding of student development theories and practices,
  • Ability to work collaboratively with students, staff, and faculty,
  • Conflict resolution and problem-solving skills,
  • Training in diversity, equity, and inclusion,
  • Knowledge of assessment and evaluation methods for student programs,
  • Time management skills,
  • Ability to work flexible hours, including some evenings and weekends.

Graduate Attributes Associated

  • Oral Communication
  • Written Communication
  • Technological Literacy
  • Collaboration
  • Critical Thinking
  • Capacity to Engage in Respectful Relationships 

Sign Up Directions

Contact Telanie Moolman at for more information.