Summary: This position provides direction for the development, implementation and assessment of residential living learning communities for the undergraduate student body with a focus on student learning, academic success, student engagement and leadership development. The Director of LLC will serve as the primary contact person for faculty and staff who will be working with the living learning communities.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Reporting to the Vice President for Student Life, the Director of LLC will provide administrative support and leadership for the development and implementation of living learning communities.
Coordinates the implementation and expansion of living learning communities for residential undergraduate students.
Works directly with academic departments and Student Life staff to develop these communities
Coordinates with Residence Life staff in the selection and training of RDs and RAs for these communities
Coordinates the recruitment and training of faculty who participate in these communities
Establishes, measures, and interprets outcomes related to the different community outcomes
Coordinates the programming and resources for these communities with faculty, RDs and RAs
Coordinates with Residence Life staff on the recruitment and room assignments for students who apply to live in these communities
Prepares annual assessment reports on the communities
Serves as the chair of the Living Learning Community Committee
Assist with campus events including New Student Orientation, Welcome Week, Visitation Days and others as assigned
Provides supervision for RD’s, RAs and GA directly working with the communities
Master’s degree in higher education, student personnel or related field
Experience in the field of Living Learning Communities at the University level
Experience in developing, implementing and assessing strategic goals, objectives, and outcomes
Experience in supervision/administrative role
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Collaborative individual working with faculty and staff from a variety of university departments.
Ability to multitask and find creative solutions in a supervisory and autonomous environment
Strong organizational and problem solving skills
Computer skills including Microsoft Office programs and Learning Management Systems such as Blackboard
Strong oral and written communication skills need to work effectively with faculty, staff, students, parents, and administrators
Campbell University is a private, inclusive Christian university in Buies Creek, North Carolina. We equip students with exemplary academic and professional skills that prepare them for purposeful lives and meaningful service.