Assistant Director of Residence Life for Staff Training and Recruitment
Location: Geneseo, New York
Higher Education Institution
The Assistant Director of Residence Life is one of four leaders in the Department of Residence Life at SUNY Geneseo, a premier public liberal arts college. A primary focus of the position is the promotion of student and staff learning through the implementation and assessment of department training, development, and cocurricular initiatives.
In this role, you would provide direct oversight of the coordination and execution of student staff selection and other departmental committees. You will supervise and evaluate professional staff, manage student staff employment accountability, and be a resource to all Resident Assistants.
This role participates in the 24-hour third-tier duty rotation for residential emergencies and executes summer responsibilities as assigned.
Master’s Degree in higher education, student affairs, college student personnel/development, counseling, education, or a related field along with experience in counseling relationships and evidence of competence in the field of human relationships.
Experience in the management of college/university residence halls or a comparable area related to student and campus life.
Experience in facilitation of processes including staff recruitment, selection, co-curricular development, mentoring/coaching, and crisis response
Demonstrated desire to work with and be inclusive toward diverse students, faculty, and staff
Founded in 1871, Geneseo is a premier public liberal arts college. Nationally recognized for excellence and value in the liberal arts, Geneseo is known for its exceptional faculty, its welcoming atmosphere, and its reputation for producing successful alumni.
Located on 220 acres in the historic Village of Geneseo, and a short drive from Rochester and Buffalo, Geneseo offers a warm environment for learning and discovery. The campus embodies the classic aesthetic of Northeastern colleges with brick walkways, shade trees, and ivy-draped buildings.