Assoc Dir, Residential Living

Location
Clemson, SC
Posted
Mar 03, 2017
Institution Type
Four-Year Institution
Clemson University


Location Mell Hall
Full/Part Time Full-Time
Regular/Temporary Regular


JOB SUMMARY:


The Associate Director for Residential Living is a full-time staff member of University Housing and Dining within the Division of Student Affairs. Serves as a primary facilitator in the development and implementation of residentially-based curriculum. Collaborates with LLC, academic and campus
partners. Provides overall leadership, supervision, and management of a residential area. Enhances strategic partnerships and alignments within functional area(s) of University Housing and Dining.


JOB DUTIES:


10%: Judicial Administration: Receives and reviews all incident reports to ensure accuracy and proper documentation. Follows up with staff to ensure proper protocols are
followed. Ensures staff understands, upholds, and enforces University policies and procedures. Meets with students in role as conduct hearing officer to address behavior
and impact to persons and the community. Responsible for adjudicating second-tier University Housing violations (and Code of Conduct violations, as applicable).
Implements sanctions and monitors progress of students. May serve on conduct hearing boards. Investigates individual and communal billing reports and assigns fines
and sanctions. Participates in student organizational cases.

10%:Crisis Management and Student Care: Serves as second-tier full-time staff in a 24-hour 10 Y on-call rotation, managing crises & concerns for 6,300 students. Makes decisions related to facilities and student concerns and emergencies; confirms approval for interim relocations and other high level decisions. Provides support to staff in lower levels of on-call. Ensure staff follow-up on safety and security issues; Assists in the enforcement of Clemson and Housing safety and security policies. Partners with and provides assistance to CUPD. Manages CARE for assigned students in conjunction with the Office of Advocacy and Success, providing support and referral, and
appropriately documenting interactions. Assist Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) with crisis management, and implementation of programs related to crisis
management.

25%: Strategic Alignments and Partnerships (Maintenance and Custodial): Serves as a primary connection to Maintenance and Custodial in shared responsbility for
stewardship of facilities. Responsible for the management of processes and timelines related to facilities, custodial and safety initiatives (e.g., Fire Drils, Safety Inspections,
Vandalism Policies, etc.) Primary source of communication, information sharing, and cross-training for Residential Living staff related to shared objectives. Primary source
of communication for facilities outages, planned maintenance, projects, etc. Manages staff apartment furniture and provides advocacy for larger scale furniture or project
needs. Serves on or leads department, division, or University committees.

25%: Leadership: Direct supervision of Full-Time Staff and indirect supervision of Graduate Assistants within Residential Living area of supervision. Trains, develops, evaluates, and monitors progress of staff. Provides expectations and accountability for staff; evaluates staff. Leads area meetings and initiatives. Assists in recruiting undergraduate, graduate, & full-time staff as directed. Upholds fair recruitment practices, ensuring recruitment of a diverse staff. Designs curriculum content for and participates in annual training sessions of full-time, graduate & undergraduate staff. Assists with curriculum development and instruction of EDC 3900. Leads graduate student practicum.

30%: Residential Curriculum: Responsible for the development and implementation of the residentially-based curriculum to create an enviroment for student learning and growth through specific learning goals and outcomes. Facilitates collaborative partnerships with academic and Student Affairs partners. Leads an environment of academic excellence and cultural awareness. Assists in the design and implementation of retention initiatives. Serves as subject matter expert for designated resident population. Develops baseline knowledge of assessment information and practices.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:

A bachelor's degree and exprience in student services programs.

RESPONSIBILITIES:


JOB KNOWLEDGE
-Firm Job Knowledge

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES
-Supervises Work of Others

BUDGETARY RESPONSIBILITIES
-Provides Budget Input


PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

-Walk or move about

-Communicate, converse, give direction, express oneself



WORKING CONDITIONS:

-Noise

-Overnight Travel


WORK SCHEDULE:


Standard Hrs: 37.5; Band: 06 ($ 39,960.00 - $ 73,935.00)


APPLICATION DEADLINE:

March 20, 2017


CLOSING STATEMENT:

Clemson University is an AA/EEO employer and does not discriminate against any person or group on the basis of age, color, disability, gender, pregnancy, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, veteran status or genetic information. Clemson University is building a culturally diverse faculty and staff committed to working in a multicultural environment and encourages applications from minorities and women.

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