Single Student Hale Coordinator

Job description

Job location: BYU–Hawaii


Employment Type: Full-time
Posted data: 2021-02-18
Req: R0014137
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Responsibilities

Staff Development

  • Train, supervise, mentor and evaluate a team of Student Leaders

  • Assist student leaders in creating a community that is conducive to their students' academic and personal success

  • Facilitate weekly 1:1 meetings and team meetings

  • Oversee and participate in Residential Life committee programs, activities, and events

  • Assist with budget management, including responsibly processing receipts

  • Be available, approachable, and accessible to residents and student leader team members

  • Uphold all University and Housing policies and procedures

  • Serve as a Hearing Officer for low-level cases, as assigned by your direct supervisor

On-Call Responsibilities

  • Respond to all emergency situations in a calm, responsible and professional manner

  • Participate in the professional on-call responsibilities as the first on-site responder:

  • While on-call, HCs must be within a 10 minute radius from campus and be able to respond to any incident.

  • Communicate with BYU- Hawaii Public Safety and on-call clinicians including university nurse and counselling services team

  • Document all incidents in a responsible and timely manner using student conduct software

  • HCs must understand, communicate, and uphold all University and Housing policies and procedures

  • Be knowledgeable of campus and community resources and provide information to residents when needed

Student Conduct

  • Demonstrate knowledge of, and show consistency and thoroughness in defining University policies and procedures

  • Interpret and enforce all residence hall and University policies and regulations

  • Ensure staff members are appropriately confronting and documenting behavioral issues and concerns

  • Serve as the residence hall conduct officer in consultation with the Residential Life Manager

  • Meet with students alleged to be in violation of low level Residence Hale policies, adjudicate cases, and sanctions

  • Maintain conduct records through effective use of student conduct software and maintaining accurate files

Advising

  • Have a great awareness of and sensitivity to cultural norms, diversity, and multiculturalism

  • Exhibit effective listening and mediation skills

  • Refer residents to on-campus resources when there is a need for professional attention

  • Be visible, available, and approachable to the student staff and Hale residents

  • Mediate conflicts between roommates and unit mates when necessary

  • Uphold the established standards of privacy and confidentiality

  • Role model appropriate behavior at all times

Administrative Responsibilities

  • Respond to all residential life and housing related emails and messages within 24 hours

  • Develop and facilitate training sessions during August and January Student Leaders Training

  • Assist with the resolution of crisis in an educational and timely manner

  • Oversee and evaluate residence hale committee programs, activities, and events

  • Attend and actively participate in weekly one-on-one meetings with supervisor and all HC team meetings

  • Conduct thorough monthly walk-through of building(s)

  • Act as liaison between Residential Life and Facilities Operations to assist with all room and building concerns

  • Additional hours during peak periods and emergencies will be required. This includes and is not limited to staff trainings, building openings and closings.

  • Actively participate in assigned Residential Life & Housing committee(s)

  • All other duties as assigned

Required Qualifications

Bachelor's Degree

  • Available to work at least 40 hours a week with flexible day, evening and weekend hours Ability to work with a diverse student and staff population

  • Ability to exercise initiative and sound judgment

  • Ability to manage and prioritize multiple projects and responsibilities

  • Strong interpersonal communication and leadership skills

Preferred Qualifications

  • Prior Residential Life and Housing or Student Affairs experience

  • Previous supervisory experience

  • Propensity to work independently and interdependently within a team

  • Investment and engagement in campus community and culture

Benefits

This is a full-time LIVE-IN position in an on-campus residence hall. The hall advisor apartment may accommodate the hall advisor and his/her family (family is defined as hall advisor, spouse, and dependent children). Due to the nature of the position and the size of the hall advisor's apartment located in single student housing, applicants with more than TWO (2) children will not be eligible for consideration. All children must be under the age of six.

* More information may be requested as you progress through the recruiting process.

 

 

 

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Posted: 2/18/2021
Application Due: 4/19/2021
Work Type: Full Time
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