General SummaryOnly Internal Professional (SEIU 888 Professional Union) Bargaining candidates will be considered during the first 10 business days of the posting. All other candidates will be considered after that period. The Complex Director at the University of M|
assachusetts Lowell is a senior staff member in the Office of Residence Life that is responsible for the overall management and supervision of a residential complex. This includes the supervision of student staff, development of programs, student behavior management, occupancy management, and response to needs of a particular building or area. In addition to this the Complex Director serves as the lead to an assigned departmental initiative or process.
Responsibilities for the Complex Director position include:
-Supervise one (1) Assistant Complex Director, one (1) Assistant Resident Director, and staff of Resident Advisors.
-Oversee the design and implementation of programs and events in the complex in order to enhance student development and sense of community in the residential environment.
-Oversee the occupancy management of assigned complex, including the coordination of check-ins, check-outs, fire, health, and safety inspections, roster verification, room switches, room condition reports, and damage billing.
-Participate in the senior staff duty rotation and respond to crises as they arise.
-Serve as a conduct officer to address policy violations and behavioral concerns in the Residence Halls.
-Serve as chair to assigned departmental committee.
The University of Massachusetts Lowell is committed to increasing diversity in its faculty, staff, and student populations, as well as curriculum and support programs, while promoting an inclusive environment. We seek candidates who can contribute to that goal and encourage you to apply and to identify your strengths in this area.
-A Master's degree, in Student Personnel Services, Higher Education, Business Administration or related field
-Two years of supervisory experience in a residence life program and the ability to work effectively with students, faculty and staff
-Two years of previous professional Residence Life experience in a college or university
-The ability to work effectively with diverse groups
-Proven ability to apply the tenets of student development, organizational development, staff development, and quality improvement in a student affairs setting
-Excellent oral and written communication skills
-Proven ability to address the needs of student groups and staff and promote a positive residential culture and community
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