The Area Coordinator is a live-in master's degree-level professional who is responsible for promoting student learning and success for the operation of two - five residence halls, each housing between 35 and 270 students, that all contain the Sorority living learning program. The Area Coordinator is charged with supervising undergraduate and graduate staff in the area and collaborating with campus partners, to shape the environment and experiences of residential students in the Sorority “quad”.
Listed below are both specific job duties of the Area Coordinator position as well as minimum professional standards expected of all Residence Life employees. These responsibilities encompass student and community development initiatives, both proactive and reactive, that directly influence the success of our residential students. They also detail administrative responsibilities, foundational to this success. Finally, they delineate behaviors that connote professionalism and a commitment to the values of the Office of Residence Life.
This position requires a master’s degree in education, college student personnel, counseling or human development, or a related field and at least 2 years full-time post master’s work experience in residence life with demonstrated experience in Living Learning Communities and campus partnerships. The Area Coordinator must be able to work independently, demonstrate initiative, display strong commitment to student learning, communicate effectively, and work collaboratively with stakeholders inside and outside of the University. Individuals in this position must have the ability and willingness to assume shared responsibility for campus-wide on-call duty and respond to crisis and emergency situations.
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