The Coordinator, University Housing (Resident Coordinator) is responsible for community-building and management of a residence hall housing ranging from 500-600 residents. The Resident Coordinator is responsible for supervising 10-18 Resident Assistants, 1 Graduate Assistant, and student support staff; supports the academic mission of the University by fostering environments conducive to student learning and academic success.
The Resident Coordinator will work closely with housing, student affairs, and university staff and faculty in developing programs that contribute to and extend student learning outside the classroom and foster personal growth.
In addition, the Resident Coordinator is responsible for numerous administrative aspects in the operation of the area they supervise. The Resident Coordinator will implement and interpret housing policy to staff and students. Recommend policy and procedure changes. Administer the recruitment and training of student leaders (Resident Assistants, Student Assistants, RSA, and community council). Assist in implementing the resident student conduct procedures (disciplinary process) and will advise student groups. Provide counseling and advising to the residents. Provide crisis and mediation intervention. Oversee the administrative processes (check-in, check-out, key distribution and administration of area offices, etc.) and supervision of all area office student personnel including dissemination of information, security, and other assistance.
The Resident Coordinator will site supervise the area secretary; supervise Administrative Support staff; and serve as a liaison for custodial and maintenance personnel. Assist with departmental projects as assigned. Conduct regular meetings with student staff. The Resident Coordinator may be assigned to special projects during the summer months (i.e. conferences, orientation, and staff training) and will perform other duties as assigned.
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A Master's degree in Higher Education, College Student Personnel, Counseling, or related field is required. Degree must be conferred on or before May 31, 2014 in order to be considered for the position. Proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook is required.
Two years of work experience in higher education, counseling, social work, or related field is strongly preferred. Knowledge of student learning and student development, as well as experience working with diverse populations preferred. Banner System and PowerPoint experience is also preferred.
Living on-campus is required as a condition of employment. A partial meal plan is provided.
Valid Driver's License required.
Housing & Residential Life
Special Instructions to the Applicant:
Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodation, please call 561-297-3057.
Final candidate will be required to have official, sealed transcripts and original NACES evaluation, if applicable, sent from their educational institution to Human Resources prior to the start of employment.
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