The University of North Dakota Housing Office is searching for a highly motivated candidate who will assume a visible leadership role in the development of a positive residential experience. This position will serve as a campus and community resource in a housing system of 3,400 residence hall students, 270 residents in apartment-style housing and 800 campus apartments, three dining centers and several retail food venues. Opportunity to work collaboratively with self-operated Dining Services and University Apartments operations. This is a full-time, benefitted, 12 month, live-in staff position.
UND is one of the largest and most diversified universities in the Upper Midwest, located in Grand Forks, a college town of 60,000. Enrolling approximately 15,000 students in 9 colleges and schools (including Aerospace, Law, and Medicine), about half of UND students are from North Dakota and the others come from every state and more than 50 nations.
For more information on UND Residence Services please visit the website www.housing.und.edu/
The Residence Life Coordinator (RLC) is responsible for the administration and operation of a residence hall, creating a living-learning environment through one-on-one interactions with students. The RLC will coordinate programming, community development, adjudicate conduct situations, advise hall/community government, advise a subcommittee of the Association of Residence Halls, and assist with summer housing programs including camp/conference housing, and/or new student orientation. The RLC will serve in duty rotation providing on-call support and emergency response. This position will be working with either the supervision of the Residence Hall Fitness Center, Living Learning Community, or Apartment Community Service Center
We seek positive individuals who demonstrate critical thinking skills, the ability to make sound decisions under pressure, have supervisory skills, and the ability to balance personal and work life in a healthy fashion.
Live-in residence hall live-in staff experience
Advanced leadership, management, and supervisory skills.
Ability to communicate effectively with students and staff
Proficiency in written and verbal communication
Critical thinking skills and ability to make sound decisions under pressure
Criminal History Background Check
Master's degree in Higher Education, Student Affairs, College Student Personnel, Counseling or related field.
Previous experience working with student organizations and/or academically based living/learning communities or residence hall programs connected to specific academic departments or areas of study.
The University of North Dakota is the largest employer in the region. The University provides a comprehensive benefits package that includes full health insurance coverage for single or family plans, a retirement plan, and tuition benefits for employees as well as for spouse and dependents of the employee, on-campus training programs, exclusive internal recruitment opportunities, as well as many other benefits. More details may be found on this website:
Submit application form, resume, and a cover letter referencing job title and positing number to the following address. Applications received by June 21, 2013 will receive first consideration. Application form can be found at this link
Human Resources (#13-389)
University of North Dakota
Twamley Hall Room 313
264 Centennial Drive STOP 8010
Grand Forks, ND 58202-8010
UND is an Affirmative Action / Equal Opportunity employer. UND determines employment eligibility through the E-Verify system. Employment is contingent upon completion of the background check and review by the Director of Human Resources in consultation with the hiring department manager, general counsel, and the chief of police.
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Minimum Salary $30,000 plus/year
Position status Full-time Benefitted, Exempt
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