The Office of Residential Life at Skidmore College is seeking one live-in, twelve-month Area Coordinator. This position reflects Skidmore College's commitment to excellence and community. Fifty percent of the Area Coordinator's time will be an ancillary position assigned by the Office of Residential Life.
Skidmore College offers a competitive salary, excellent benefits package, and room and board plan.
Area Coordinator Assignment (50%): Create and maintain a healthy community; maintain visibility in the residence halls with daily student contact; facilitate educational programming in the hall; meet with students to address personal, social and academic concerns; refers students to appropriate offices on campus (i.e. Counseling Center, Health Services, Campus Safety) when indicated; communicate with parents as appropriate.
Supervise the Resident Assistants; provide training, support, and evaluate student staff. Manage the residence halls including, responsibility for safety, building maintenance, room changes, room/hall inventories, damage assessments, openings and closings throughout the academic year; facilitate educational, social, health and safety programs in the hall.
Maintain close working relationships with the Office of Residential Life and other offices and programs on campus; assist with Residential Life Staff Orientation, In-Service Training Programs, and new student orientation.
Rotate week "on-call" campus duty (Monday through Sunday) with other Student Affairs professionals and be available to all students during emergencies.
Student Affairs Assignment (50%): Work in conjunction with the Associate Dean of Student Affairs to oversee the coordination and delivery of the Residence Hall staff training program including identifying educational and learning outcomes, assisting with other components of the Residential Life program.
Reporting structure: This position answers to
Associate Director of Residential Life and/or Associate Dean of Student Affairs.
Experience in Student Affairs with strong ties to residential life. Excellent administrative, leadership, supervisory and communication skills. Ability to work well with students, staff, and faculty of diverse interests and backgrounds. Master degree required.
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List of Three References
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