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Position Number: 00100878
Primary Function of Organization Unit: University Housing, consistent with the academic mission of the University, strives to create positive growth environments for students by providing programs, services, and facilities that promote educational, social, and cultural development to more than 9,000 students living on the NC State campus.
Essential Job Duties: The Community Director for Student Leadership and Development will advise two residential leadership groups, Inter-Residence Council (IRC) and National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH). The Community Director will also provide support for a variety of student staff training and development initiatives. The Community Director will be responsible for the following: Advising * Advise the IRC Executive Board, IRC General Assembly, and NRHH Executive Board and general membership * Attend IRC (Executive Board and General Assembly) and NRHH meetings * Conduct weekly meetings with IRC and NRHH presidents * Conduct biweekly meetings with each IRC and NRHH Executive Board member * Assist with the elections of IRC and NRHH Executive Board members * Attend all related student conferences and retreats (such as SAACURH, NCARH, NACURH, No Frills) Training * Coordinate, develop, and implement Fall and Spring semester training for the IRC and NRHH executive board in collaboration with the presidents of each organization * Coordinate semester retreats for the IRC general assembly * Assist in developing goals with IRC and NRHH for each academic semester * In collaboration with the NRHH president, develop, implement, and coordinate necessary training for the NRHH executive board * Facilitate training (beginning of the year and on-going) for Hall Council Advisors, such as facilitating monthly round table sessions * Assist with developing and facilitating training for summer conference staff * Serve as a consultant for yearly Resident Advisor and Residence Director training, working with each area to ensure department outcomes and expectations are addressed * Lead the Residence Director Institute, ensuring that training needs assessments are used to plan and facilitate professional development opportunities on an annual basis * Co-teach academic courses related to student development and leadership Student Leadership Development * Communicate with the Hall/Area Council Advisors about issues and concerns of the residents and respective hall governments * Meet with the Hall/Area Council Advisors at least twice per semester * Develop leadership experiences for executive boards and general assembly members * Understand and apply student development theory within the campus community * Oversee Next Gen (a student affairs mentorship program) by recruiting mentors and mentees and providing development opportunities throughout the year * Serve as a resource for Living and Learning Villages in the area of leadership development * Plan development opportunities for ACUHO-I and other interns within the department * Coordinate professional development series for Summer Conference Assistants (SCAs) * Develop and enhance partnerships with other campus units related to leadership development Programming * Work cooperatively with the IRC Vice-President of Programming to ensure an active schedule of programming activities for campus residents * Support all IRC and NRHH programming efforts * Follow-up with the IRC VP of Programming to ensure that records are kept concerning IRC programming * Assist with planning and implementation of NRHH induction ceremonies Facilities * Work with IRC/NRHH members to address office facility needs * Coordinate administration of keys for Executive Board members of IRC and NRHH * Assure available locations for general assembly meetings, programs and training sessions Administration * Provide input to decisions regarding policies, procedures, programs, and finance * Serve as a communication link between the Hall/Area Council Advisors, IRC, and NRHH * Update supervisor on a regular basis regarding current issues or areas of concern within IRC and NRHH * Hold regular office hours * Oversee processing of reimbursement forms and reconciliation reports for IRC and NRHH accounts * Strengthen and develop relationships with on and off campus partners with whom IRC/NRHH have working, or potential working, relationships * Monitor budgets and expenditures, including monthly reconciliations * Write a detailed monthly report Other Duties * Collaborate with the NCC to ensure that administrative details for conferences are met * Maintain a high level of visibility within the University Housing communities * Motivate and encourage students to utilize their full potential as IRC representatives * Know details concerning bidding for, and hosting, a conference * Increase NC State's visibility and participation in state, regional, and national associations * Promote NRHH Of The Month (OTM) nominations * Attend University Housing/Greek Life monthly departmental meetings * Participate in University Housing events
Minimum Education/Experience: Master's degree in higher education or related field; strong administrative skills.
Department Required Skills : Strong administrative skills; an understanding and appreciation for diversity; and advanced knowledge of student development theory required.
Preferred Experience, Skills, Training/Education: At least one year experience in advising any type of student organization and/or residence hall experience preferred.
Necessary Licenses and Certifications: N/A
AA/EOE: AA/EOE. In addition, NC State welcomes all persons without regard to sexual orientation or genetic information. Persons with disabilities requiring accommodations in the application and interview process please call (919) 515-3148. Final candidates are subject to criminal & sex offender background checks. Some vacancies also require credit or motor vehicle checks. If highest degree is from an institution outside of the U.S., final candidates are required to have their degree verified at www.wes.org. Degree must be obtained prior to start date.
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