Residence Hall Director
The Quad Coordinator is responsible for the general oversight of a residence area housing approximately 1200 students. As an educational administrator, the Coordinator carries out several critical functions: supervision, management and academic support and development of students. The Coordinator is responsible for the supervision of full time professional staff, graduate assistants and para-professional staff who are all responsible for insuring the residence community is conducive for the academic and personal success of our students. This position is the primary quadrangle-based contact for faculty, staff, students and parents. The QC must have knowledge and experience working in the University at Albany's Residential Life program. This position reports directly to the Associate Director of Residential Life.
The Quad Coordinator serves as a member of the departmental middle management group and is critical to the development and implementation of all departmental policies and procedures. The Quad Coordinator provides on-duty emergency back up coverage for students during the academic year, recesses and summer session, on a rotating basis.
This is a 12 month position. Due to the seasonal nature of this position, additional assigned responsibilities are required during the summer months.
Minimum Qualifications :
Master’s degree in Educational Administration or related field
Demonstrated superior interpersonal, organization and writing skills
Demonstrated ability to handle sensitive issues and respond to crisis in a timely, effective manner
Demonstrated supervisory and management skills
Demonstrated problem solving skills
Demonstrated ability to work independently
Experience working with parents, faculty and staff
Applicants must address in their application their ability to work with a culturally diverse population.
Preferred Qualification :
Minimum of 3 years full time experience working as a Resident Director at the University at Albany
Professional Rank and Salary Range: SL-2
Special Notes: This is a live- on- campus position and includes a 2 bedroom apartment with cable, local phone service, and wireless internet connection.
The closing date for receipt of applications is February 9, 2013.
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