Residence Life Coordinator
University of La Verne
Residence Life Coordinator
Job Description Summary:
Oversight, administration, and management of 1 Residence Hall Living Area and the Residential Living Experience for approximately 370 residents. As a live-in, full-time, professional staff member, this position is responsible for the overall administration of the residence hall, housing approximately 370 students. This includes direct supervision of student employees and assisting with advising student government, provide student development and counseling support to students living in the residence hall, and is responsible for program coordination and conduct processes. Will be required to be a part of a rotating on call duty schedule.
Resident Experience & Retention: Assist in managing the overall resident student experience based on the departmental mission focusing on community development; diversity and inclusivity; resident academic success; safe and healthy living environments; leadership development and campus engagement; and proving a fulfilling living experience. This includes responding to interpersonal conflict/needs and counseling needs of residents; managing and implementing programming model and initiatives; as well as engaging, mentoring and overall fostering the development of resident students.
Building Operation: Oversee the efficient operation of (directly) The Oaks Residence Halls. This includes administrative and maintenance/custodial services (i.e. assisting with check-in and check-out of residents, coordination of maintenance service requests by students, hall and room inventories,working with office operations, and assisting with creating and maintaining forms relevant to residence life functions).
Supervision: Assist in selecting as well as directly supervise 7 and indirectly supervise 24 Resident Assistants. This includes co-coordinate of the selection, training, and management of on-going meetings with Resident Assistants.
Title IX and Student Conduct:
Act as an administrative review officer for student conduct cases for housing and the University. This includes reviewing initial reports, investigating cases, making decisions on responsible/not responsible and assigning sanctions.
Serve as Title IX investigator for the university.
On-Call Responsibilities: Responsible for participating in a rotating on-call duty schedule. This includes responding to emergency / crisis situations, evaluating situations for appropriate response and reporting.
Assessment: Assist in data collection and evaluation of programs conducted in the Residence Halls.
Service to the Division and University: Provide service to Division of Student Affairs, Campus committees and other projects as assigned. Support professional associations through committee work, conference presentations, and active participation.
Budget: Oversee the use of Living Area Funds and Budgets for student programming and resident experience.
Campus Safety Security Authority(CSA) under the Clery Act: Designated to receive and report criminal incidents to the Department of Campus Safety so that they may be included and published in the University’s Annual Security Report
Masters Degree in Education, Counseling, Student Personnel, Leadership or other related field.
Experience working in on-campus housing environment—1 Year
Residence Life Staff Supervison and Development Experience - 1 year.
Student Judicial/Conduct Experience - 1 year.
Experience serving as emergency on-call duty rotation - 1 year.
Familiar with on-campus Housing Operations—1 Year
Proficient in Microsoft Office and Google Doc
Experience with Starrez, Maxient, and Banner database systems. CPR/AED Training (Training available to incumbent upon hire) Mental Health First Aid (Training available to incumbent upon hire) Title IX Investigator (Training available to incumbent upon hire) Student Group advising experience
Location: La Verne Central Campus
To be considered for this position please visit our web site and apply on line at the following link: http://laverne.edu
The University of La Verne is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against employment or employees on any basis prohibited by state and federal law. University of La Verne hires and promotes individuals based on their qualifications and is consistent with applicable state and federal laws, without regard to race, color, religion, gender, disability, medical condition a or sexual orientation