Director of Residence Life and Housing / Deputy Title IX Coordinator

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Position TitleDirector of Residence Life and Housing / Deputy Title IX CoordinatorPosting NumberSta00593Recruitment TypeExternal - Open to All ApplicantsEmployment TypeFull-TimeBenefits Available YesNature of Work

The Director of Residence Life and Housing/Deputy Title IX Coordinator is a full-time live-off staff position that is responsible for the educational leadership and overall operation of the residence halls. This position will provide leadership, direction, budget management, and supervision to develop a positive living and learning environment that is focused on academic achievement, student development, and community. This position includes a meal plan and reports directly to the Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs/Dean of Students and Title IX Coordinator. The Director is also expected to oversee the day-to-day operation of the Student Conduct process and serve in the Deputy Title IX Coordinator role. This position has some weekend and evening commitments.

Essential Duties

Staff Supervision and Organizational Management
• Directly responsible to hire, train, and supervise two Residence Hall Directors and one Administrative Assistant.
• Facilitates and coordinates regular meetings for professional staff.
• Plan and implement assessment efforts that inform data-driven decision making for the programs, services, and activities within the core duties.
• Design, create, and execute learning outcomes for both a residential programming curriculum and staff training/development.
• Oversee the budget lines and budget forecasting related to Residence Life and Housing
• Coordinate communication for the department through print, website, social media, and other electronic formats with students, parents, staff, and campus constituents.
• Work cooperatively with campus offices including, but not limited to: Bursar, Registrar, Technology Services, Academic Affairs, Financial Aid, Counseling and Disability Services, and Health Services.
• Develop and revise as necessary all forms and information utilized in the administration of the residence halls.
• Coordinate openings and closings, oversee room furniture and key inventories, address and refer out maintenance concerns, participate in an on-call duty rotation, and handle other tasks relative to residence hall management.
• Respond to individual concerns of parents, students, and interested parties in relation to residential housing contracts and assignments.
• Participate in cross-training of staff members as needed.
• Performs regular evaluations and meets regularly with professional staff.
• Indirectly oversees training and development of residence hall student staff.
• Coordinate with the Facilities and Operations Manager to ensure an appropriate relationship is maintained.
• Create and manage emergency protocol response for residence hall staff and provide on-call support as needed.
• Represent the department at various System, College, and Division activities and meetings and serve on various campus committees and task forces.
• Assist and mentor students on an individual and group basis regarding personal, academic, and housing-related concerns, including roommate conflicts.
• Collaborate with the various offices on identifying and intervening with at-risk students in conjunction with Residence Life and Housing staff.
• Establishes and continuously evaluates goals and objectives for department.
• Perform other duties as assigned.

Operations Management and Billing
• Be the main liaison for the StarRez housing management system and work directly with StarRez and technology services to maintain the system.
• Coordinate the online housing and contract processes, maintain assignments activity, and implement best practices for occupancy management.
• Manage the assignment process for all residential students.
• Analyzes occupancy trends and recommends occupancy strategies and solutions on a weekly basis to campus leadership.
• Manage and maintain the departmental housing databases. Provide reports, information, and data to various College offices on a regular basis.
• Coordinate and oversee all aspects of the Blackboard card system for the residence halls.
• Manage and oversee all aspects of the room inventory system and the damage billing process.
• Oversee the fee assessment process for all student housing charges, prepayments, fines, and refunds to the Bursar’s Office for the academic year and summer session.
• Collaborate with various offices on campus to manage including, but not limited to, move-in/move-out, early arrivals, and break, transition, and summer housing.
• Serve as a liaison to the Bursar’s office to coordinate the billing schedule and to identify delinquent student housing accounts and prepare eviction notices.
• Partner with the Office of Disability Services to identify housing assignments for students with approved ADA housing accommodations and/or Emotional Support Animals (ESAs); ensure students with approved ESAs are aware of and follow ESA policies.

Deputy Title IX Coordinator and Student Conduct Responsibilities
• Serve as a Deputy Title IX Coordinator reporting to the Title IX Coordinator and also serving as a College student conduct officer.
• Assist the Title IX Coordinator with the development and implementation of policies and procedures related to compliance with Title IX and the Code of Conduct.
• Lead the day-to-day operation of the Student Conduct process
• Enforce the College Code of Conduct, ensuring compliance with community standards, campus policies, and state and federal law.
• Provide due process, administrative management, and response coordination for student behavior on and off campus.
• Train, advise, and educate students, faculty, administrators and the larger College community with regard to conduct procedures, student rights and responsibilities, and community standards.
• Respond to, investigate, and seek resolutions to complaints received pursuant to Title IX and the Code of Conduct; ensuring a fair and neutral process for all parties.
• Assists the Title IX Coordinator with providing educational programs regarding discrimination and sexual misconduct prevention, including designing and implementing relevant programs, workshops, and services to educate students, faculty and staff.
• Assist law enforcement personnel in handling reports and complaints of Title IX and Code of Conduct complaints.
• Review camera footage from video recordings in the residence halls and apartments as needed
• Work collaboratively and proactively with campus and community partners to ensure the campus climate is equitable, safe and welcoming for all students, faculty, staff and community members.
• Assists the Title IX Coordinator with the review of data/records pertaining to training and complaints, investigations and findings, incorporating input from community partners, to assess effectiveness of campus efforts to prevent sexual misconduct and recommend changes, as appropriate, to senior administrators.
• Serve as a Vice Chair on the Behavioral Intervention Team.
• Convey excellent written and oral communication skills and the ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality.
• Maintain daily oversight and review of student conduct and Title IX records for the department.
• Maintain a strong knowledge and appreciation of diversity and a sincere commitment to social justice and equality.

This position has been designated by the institution as a Position of Trust.

Minimum Qualifications and Training

• Master’s degree in Higher Education Administration, College Student Personnel or closely related field.
• 3-5 years of Higher Education experience, preferably in housing or student conduct.
• Effectively uses detailed administrative and organizational management skills.
• Ability to work independently and meet multiple task deadlines.
• Effectively use oral and written communications skills and have the ability to communicate effectively with individuals from a variety of culturally diverse backgrounds.
• Understands the importance and commits to a multicultural/diverse campus community.
• Understands and implements student development theory and practice.
• Possess a strong understanding and commitment to the development of students.
• Must have a valid driver’s license and be able to satisfactorily pass a motor vehicle history report.

Preferred Qualifications and TrainingWork HoursSpecial Instructions to Applicants

The College of Coastal Georgia is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The College supports equal employment opportunities for all persons without regard to race, color, creed, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religion, gender, national origin, status as a war veteran, age, disability, or any other status protected by law.

CCGA Information

College of Coastal Georgia is an undergraduate college in the University System of Georgia. Located on Georgia’s coast, the College campus is in Brunswick with additional outreach through the Camden Center in Kingsland. The vision of the College is to be a college of choice for students within Georgia and beyond, providing an outstanding education for tomorrow’s leaders and citizens through service-learning, global awareness and engaged entrepreneurship. With a strong emphasis on student retention, progression and timely graduation, the College offers baccalaureate degrees in American Studies, Biological Sciences, Business Administration, Criminal Justice, Education, French, Health Informatics, Interdisciplinary Studies, Mathematics, Nursing (BSN), Psychology, Public Management, Spanish, and Workforce Management and Leadership, as well as career associate degrees in Culinary Arts, Hospitality Management, Nursing (ASN) and Radiologic Science. A veterans-friendly campus, the College is a designated Yellow Ribbon School. Approximately 3,000 students are served by more than 200 staff members and a teaching faculty of whom 52% hold doctoral degrees. CCGA is an active participant in the Complete College Georgia initiative designed to support community partnerships and develop the critical thinking, problem-solving and communication skills necessary to address the challenges of 21st century economic development and community wellbeing. For more information, visit the College website:

Open Date06/16/2020Close DateOpen Until FilledYesPosting Specific Questions

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