Residence Hall Director
Develop, implement, and manage programs, services, and infrastructure for Residential Life and Housing, including activities with other university departments, contractors, and food services. Monitor service quality, satisfaction, safety, and compliance, and recommends improvements. Prepare and implement departmental and program or project budgets; participates in the planning process and policy development. Develop specifications for various services, repairs or renovations. Administer contracts and ensure compliance by all vendors. Provide assistance with the resolution of student and/or parent housing and residence life issues.
Posting Number: RE00883
Job Type: Full-Time
Department Specific Essential Job Functions:
Delivers a comprehensive residential program in a system of students living on campus.
Responsibilities include selection, training and supervision of student staff; providing guidance to students on academic and personal matters; promoting community development; advising hall council; addressing issues of student conduct; crisis response and management; participation in on-call/on-duty rotation and overall administration and operations of a residence hall.
Additionally, Residence Hall Directors may be assigned to work with the Living Learning Communities, Housing Activities Council, Last Lecture Series and NRHH.
Will serve/chair various departmental committees.
Reports to the Assistant Director for Residence Life.
Performs other related duties as assigned.
Salary: $26,144.30 annually, plus room and board
Desired Start Date: 07/10/2017
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