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The housing, Residence Life & Student Conduct department at Barry University is seeking a Residence Coordinator. This position is responsible for providing direction, coordination and supervision of 9-15 Resident Assistants; and for administering between 300 – 600 beds spread throughout several residence halls. The Residence Coordinator provides student leadership development and service-learning programs, and participates in campus and community organizations. This position also serves in a collaborative role with other HRL&C staff in the overall development of departmental programs, services, and operations.
The Associate Director of Housing and Residence is a live on staff member that directly supervises a staff of 3 professional Residence Hall Coordinators (RCs) and is responsible for a residential area of approximately 1265 beds and 34 Resident Assistants (RAs). The Associate Director reports to the Director of Housing and Residence Life and is a critical member of the HRL leadership team. The Associate Director is primarily responsible for staff supervision and professional development, overseeing the department residence education program, as well as administrative and managerial duties. The AD assesses, plans, and implements a wide range of programmatic opportunities, including learning/themed housing communities, first-year experience and other student learning initiatives, that foster a vibrant residential experience and promote student engagement and success. The AD also works closely with colleagues from the Business Services unit of the department in providing a vibrant on-campus experience for students. The AD also serves as a senior conduct case officer for the university.
Supervises hall personnel and total educational and developmental programs within a residence hall; serves as advisor to hall government officers, committees, boards, groups and individual students; selects, trains and evaluates staff; conducts disciplinary meetings and/or makes referrals; establishes relationship with custodial and maintenance staff; serves on departmental and University committees; initiates and implements hall financial procedures; maintains all records; and represents the Office of Residence Life to parents, guests and members of the university community. Evening hours are required for student and staff activities.
Residence Life Coordinators serve as a live in professional staff member for the Department of Residential Life. This individual is responsible for the day to day operation of a residence hall or group of residence halls including staff supervision, community development, administration, building management, and general departmental responsibilities.
The Residential Education Coordinator reports to the Associate Director; and assumes additional responsibilities assigned by and makes recommendations to the Director. The Residential Education Coordinator (REC) position assists in carrying out the mission and philosophy of Housing and Residential Education. Housing and Residential Education provides housing for 2,000 students during the academic year and 2,500 guests during the summer. The REC is responsible for overseeing a community of approximately 400 residents; and with the help of Resident Assistants (RAs), strives to develop and maintain a safe, enjoyable, supportive and inclusive living environment for residents where they can achieve academic success and personal growth and development. The REC is a member of the Residence Life team and holds administrative responsibilities, participates in committees and meetings, and serves students in a multitude of ways.
Reporting to the Director of Residence Life and Dining Services, the inaugural Associate Director for Residence Education will provide leadership and vision for the creation, administration, and evaluation of a comprehensive residential living/education program serving 600 students. The Associate Director for Residence Education will be tasked with reviewing and revising the department residence hall programming model, the selection, training, supervision, and evaluation of the student hall staff, and assist in the rejuvenation of a Living/Learning Community in conjunction with a member of the Northern State faculty
The Residence Life Coordinator for Student Development (RLC-SD) promotes a community living experience and the implementation of the Residential Curriculum that cultivates productive and well-rounded citizens through intentional experiences as they learn, engage, and grow during their time on campus.Works collaboratively with colleagues in managing the operations of the residence hall and promoting the values of the organization that include building a safer, inclusive environment through leadership, supervision, and crisis management. Co-supervises (with another RLC-SD) 1-3 Graduate Supervisors and 8-25 Resident Assistants in residence centers varying in size from 1,200 to 175 residents. It is a condition of employment for the RLC-SD to live on-site in housing provided by Indiana University RPS.
The Residence Hall Complex Director holds a live-in, full-time (exempt status) professional appointment in the Office of Residence Life and the Division of Student Affairs. All Complex Directors report to one of three Assistant Directors.
The Residence Hall Complex Director has responsibilities in the areas of student development, staff development, and hall administration for an area of 2-3 residence halls or University apartments. Additionally, they are expected to fully participate in the programs and activities of the Office of Residence Life within the Division of Student Affairs.
The Residence Hall Director holds a live-in, full-time (exempt status) professional appointment in the Office of Residence Life and the Division of Student Affairs. All Residence Hall Directors report to one of three Assistant Directors.
The Residence Hall Director has responsibilities in the areas of student development, staff development, and hall administration. Additionally, (s)he is expected to fully participate in the programs and activities of the Office of Residence Life within the Division of Student Affairs.
The Department of Residence Life at the University of Pittsburgh welcomes applications for the Resident Director position for the 2021-2022 academic year. Residence Life is committed to providing the best collegiate experience in the world for our students and is seeking individuals to join our team to assist us in accomplishing our vision. Applicants should be dedicated to working in an environment that is highly focused on student development, care, and follow-up. Further, applicants should have a commitment to their own personal and professional development and have a desire to be a collaborative member of a team. The full-time Resident Director will live on campus and is responsible for developing a dynamic learning environment in residence halls of 400-800 students in an urban setting.
The University of Texas at Dallas is seeking applicants for the role of Assistant Housing Operations Coordinator. The Assistant Housing Coordinator serves as a day-to-day specialist for several critical University Housing services. These services – including communication, event setup and support, package and software logistics, and card access security functions – provide a safe and comfortable physical environment for residents in their academic and personal development. The Assistant Housing Coordinator provides direct oversight of these growing services. The Housing Operations Coordinator provides excellent customer service within University Housing.