Coordinate the overall residential life staffing and programmatic initiatives for a designated residential area of campus; manage the administrative and operational functions of the area. Coordinate and provide services directly to students through student support and student conduct systems. Participate in the overall planning and management of all residence halls and on campus apartment complexes. Supervise Residence/Community Directors and indirectly supervise Resident/Apartment Assistants and student office assistants. Coordinate and supervise departmental initiatives with a focus on either recruitment or training and oversee other projects as assigned. Maintain liaison relationships with campus partners across campus.
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Master’s degree and a minimum of three years post graduate experience in a residential life department within a college or university; experience supervising student staff, excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills; ability to handle confidential material; excellent attention to detail and previous experience working with students in a counseling, advising or mentoring role are required.
Ithaca College, a private residential college located in the scenic Finger Lakes region of upstate New York, provides students with a unique blend of liberal arts and professional programs. Residential Life works to support the mission of the College through a collaborative approach with campus partners. The College, co-educational and non-sectarian, is internationally known and respected with approximately 5,000 undergraduate students and 400 graduate students, who come to Ithaca from nearly every state and 70 countries.
Residential Life is committed to fostering the development of new professionals and building a diverse staff team, including increasing our racial and ethnic diversity. The Ithaca College residence hall system houses approximately 4,300 students in 27 residence halls and 2 on-campus apartment areas. Residential Life and Student Conduct and Community Standards is committed to the overall growth, development, and education of students. We are seeking candidates with a commitment to holistic student development and a desire to be a part of a strong Residential Life program. https://www.ithaca.edu/residential-life