Responsible for daily operation of two to four residence halls, including selection, training, and supervision of 15-19 student staff, advising Residence Hall Associations, resident conflict resolutions, crises management and program advising.
Assists with selection of student staff; provides performance evaluations and ongoing training and development.
Participates in department and campus-wide programming events. Serves as informal advisor to students regarding personal development.
Maintains a building presence during evening and weekend hours.
Counsels students involved in minor level policy violations.
Upholds and enforces university policies/procedures.
Responds to crises and emergency situations providing appropriate referrals where necessary.
Maintains scheduled office hours and interacts daily with other Student Affairs staff.
Participates in various department, building and division meetings.
Ensures completion and maintenance of required paperwork, e.g., room assignments, fire/safety reports, Room Condition Reports, etc.
Coordinates resident check in and check out processes.
Each director may be assigned additional responsibilities to support the Residence Life Department.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's degree required.
Knowledge of residential life, judicial affairs, leadership development and student affairs; ability to work independently and oversee a variety of projects and procedures also required.
Experience in office management, supervision and computerized information systems highly desirable.
Master's degree in student personnel or related field or previous professional residential life experience preferred.
Job offers to successful candidates (and live in partners) will be contingent upon the results of pre-placement background inquiries.