Responsible to the Assistant Director of Student Affairs for the supervision and administration of a residence hall community and for supporting and promoting a diversified residential program. Duties include supervision of resident assistants; staff selection, training, and evaluation; student contact in the areas of counseling, conflict resolution, crisis management, mediation, discipline, organization advising, social justice/diversity; administration of daily operations, on call coverage for campus and community development. Must display interest in working with first year students and/or an academically-focused environment. Successful candidate should possess thorough understanding of the role and purpose of residence hall living as it applies to student development and co-curricular learning. Must demonstrate a commitment to the development of a community where diversity and sustainability are valued. Driver's license preferred. If operating a University vehicle for this position, candidate will be required to successfully complete a motor vehicle records check in addition to standard background checks. Anticipated start date will be as soon as possible. Typically requires a Master's degree or higher , or an equivalent combination of education and experience. This is an annual live-in position typically funded for up to four years. Appointments will be made on an annual basis based on continued satisfactory performance. This is an 83.3% full-time equivalency (FTE) job. Months off are mid-May to mid-July of each year. Full Penn State benefits included.
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