Associate Dean of Student Affairs
Provides direct supervision, overall operation, leadership development, training and evaluation for Student Health & Wellness Services (i.e.: Director of Accessibility Services and Director of Counseling Services, while serving as the liaison for contracted Health Services Staff); Residence Life & Housing (i.e.: Manager of Residence Life Custodial and Maintenance Services, and three Assistant Directors of Residence Life); and Director of Public Safety; plans, leads, and/or facilitates training for residence life staff regarding awareness and preparedness to respond to student issues of concern; assists with the New Student Orientation program regarding residence life; assists with after-hour emergencies as needed; as an Ex-Officio member of the Title IX Equity Resolution Panel (ERP) serves as Administrative Hearing Officer regarding resolution panel hearings involving student responding parties; reviews reports of student misconduct that require educational disciplinary action and follows up with appropriate individuals; serves on Institute Committees and Commissions as assigned and represents the Office of Student Affairs in the absence of the Vice President/Dean of Students; displays a comprehensive knowledge of residence life programs applying best practices as appropriate; represents the Office of Student Affairs during special/notable events, occasionally with little prior notice and/or outside regular business hours; works in conjunction with the Vice President for Student Affairs to identify and prioritize capital projects, summer projects, and other residence hall needs; maintains records according to requirements and needs of the Office of Student Affairs and the Institute; works with the Vice President for Student Affairs to develop and monitor the budget for assigned campus student services. Ability to live on-campus, if desired, with apartment and meal board plan provided.
Master's degree in student affairs and higher education, educational leadership or related field of study with eight to ten years of progressive student affairs experience required; proven ability to prioritize work appropriately and adapt easily to changing priorities, as well as work independently on multiple tasks and deal effectively with conflicting priorities required; superior critical thinking, excellent organizational, oral and written communication skills required; valid drivers' license required with acceptable MVR (motor vehicle report).
Salary/Compensation: Commensurate with experience; excellent benefits package.
Applications: Only online applications/resumes will be accepted at: https://jobs.rose-hulman.edu until position is filled.
Contact Human Resources at 812-877-8176 for questions. EEO/AA