Responsible to the Associate Director, Student Affairs for assisting with the supervision, administration, and promotion of a diversified residential community. Residence Life responsibilities include supervision of a Residence Life Coordinator, resident assistants, staff selection, training, and evaluation; student contact in the area of counseling, conflict resolution, crisis management, mediation, discipline, organization advising, and duty which includes break periods. The position works in an apartment style residence hall setting housing undergraduate students. Summer responsibilities include assistance with New Student Orientation, Summer School, and Welcome Week Initiatives. Typically requires a Master's degree or higher plus one year of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Master's degree or higher in Student Personnel/Counseling or related area preferred. Should possess thorough understanding of the role and purpose of residence hall living as it applies to student development. 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. This is an annual 12-month live-in position typically funded for up to four years. Appointments will be made on an annual basis determined by continued satisfactory performance.
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