Residence Life Coordinator
Job Title: Residence Life Coordinator
Location: UWG Recruiting Location
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Job ID: 228394
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The Residence Life Coordinator (RLC), as an educator, works to provide direction for student learning
and academic success by managing/co-managing a residence hall and coordinating the administrative,
supervisory, and programmatic efforts for an educational area of one to three buildings housing 200-
800 students. As a live-in staff member of University Housing, the Residence Life Coordinator
is responsible for the development of comfortable living and learning communities that foster academic
success. This is achieved by assisting individuals with their personal needs and concerns, supervising
student graduate and support staff, and advising student leadership groups
Bachelor's degree: Supervision experience; Multiple administrative task management experience, Project management; Marketing experience a plus
Master's degree in College Student Affairs or related field preferred; 3 or more years of related work experience; knowledge of student development theory; organization of human relation skills; knowledge in laws governing housing accommodations including, but not limited to, FERPA, ADA, Title IX, etc.; proficient in the use of data management applications; excellent written and oral expression abilities; strong deductive and inductive reasoning abilities; demonstrated technical literacy including database management skills, ability to diplomatically handle difficult or urgent matters in a confident and proficient manner; ability to foster and promote an integrated team approach; successful completion of background investigation prior to employment.
$16.15 minimum - $19.99 midpointApply Before Date
June 15, 2021Conditions of Employment
Offers of employment are contingent upon completion of a background investigation including a criminal background check demonstrating your eligibility for employment with the University of West Georgia, as determined by the University of West Georgia in its sole discretion, confirmation of the credentials and employment history reflected in your application materials and, if applicable, a satisfactory credit check. Applicants may be subject to a pre-employment drug test. Offers are made expressly subject to the applicable federal and state laws, to the statutes, rules and regulations of this institution and to the Bylaws and Policies of the Board of Regents (BOR) of the University System of Georgia (USG), which are available for your inspection upon request.
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