Live-in position; Benefits package includes furnished apartment, meal plan while in session, TIAA-CREF, health insurance, and $1,000 professional development funds if travel restrictions allow for this; domestic partner policy; pet policy
4 openings available.
Residence Hall Coordinators manage a community of 275-500 students supervising 8-14 Resident Advisors. Coordinators foster the development of a living-learning environment in the residence hall to promote student and community development. They help to ensure safe, secure, and functioning facilities while providing an environment that encourages and supports student success. Some halls host a Living-Learning Community (LLC) and work closely with Academic and Faculty Partners. Coordinators advise a Hall Government and provide oversight for hall programming efforts and academic initiatives. By promoting concepts of inclusion and social justice, Coordinators help create a positive community climate and greater global understanding for our students. Coordinators serve as hearing officers for student conduct cases promoting student responsibility for behavior. Coordinators respond to students' needs, concerns, and emergencies providing immediate attention and follow-up support. Coordinators manage a variety of administrative responsibilities including paperwork, meeting attendance and facilitation, office hours, and on-call coverage. Coordinators work independently but also collaborate often with other team members in the department, the division, and campus community.
Master's Degree in College Student Personnel or related area. Housing experience preferred. Candidates should have knowledge of student development theory, counseling, crisis management, diversity and social justice, while possessing strong communication skills and administrative abilities. Start date is July 17, 2023.
East Carolina University® is a constituent institution of the University of North Carolina System and has an enrollment of 27,151 students (as of Fall 2022), making it North Carolina’s fourth-largest institution of higher learning. Adjacent to a vibrant uptown district, ECU’s Main Campus is in the heart of Greenville, North Carolina, a city of more than 93,000 people. Greenville is the hub of North Carolina’s coastal plain and serves as a business, medical and educational center. It is 80 miles east of Raleigh, the state capital, accessible by highway and nearby airports, and is within easy driving distance of coastal resorts.