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The Complex Director (CD) is responsible for the residential life functions in two or more residence halls. The CD fosters a safe, positive, and inclusive community environment that encourages students to develop their full potential. This position includes educational, supervisory and administrative functions that promote student engagement, academic success, personal development, and a strong sense of community. Given the unique nature of this live-in position, the position has a renewable contract for up to four years ending on July 15 of each year. Staff will be asked in March to make a commitment for the following year. Should a staff member be hired mid-year, additional time to end on July 15 may be offered.Principal Duties and Responsibilities
Supervise, train and evaluate Graduate Hall Director(s), Graduate Assistant(s), Student Office Manager(s), Nightwatch staff, and/or Office Assistant Staff in their complex, including participation in departmental selection process of positions.
Provide guidance to Resident Advisors, ensuring that orientation, training, supervision and regular evaluation of Resident Advisors is completed.
Coordinate the development, implementation and evaluation of academic, social and developmental programming, ensuring participation with academic and student services offices when appropriate, including regular attendance at student programs.
Advise and develop leadership skills of Community Council (student organization).
Serve as primary judicial officer for the complex, which includes meeting with students in violation of Residence Hall and Apartment Rules, adjudicating cases, and applying sanctions.
Maintain judicial records through effective use of student conduct software and providing accurate student files.
Participate in the rotating 24-hour-a-day "on-call" system for the residential area, responding to problems and emergencies including during times when the University is closed.
Use departmental protocol to respond to crisis or emergency situations which includes providing guidance to paraprofessional staff, parents, and students.
Manage Front Desk Operations within assigned halls with the support of a Student Office Manager(s).
Manage programming and office supply budgets.
Manage hall occupancy including creating reports, knowledge of student database, completing room changes, and promoting living on campus.
Serve as an active member of one or more committees designed to complete departmental projects.
During the summer months work with summer school, new student orientation and/or summer conference housing.
Ensure a safe environment with thorough facilities/security systems and prevention programming.
Conduct weekly walk-through and report on-going facility and safety issues.
Provide functional guidance and leadership in individually specified areas or projects as needed.
Other related duties as assigned. Qualifications
Knowledge and skills in program planning, organization, and administration which is typically acquired through the completion of a Master's degree in Higher Education, College Student Personnel or a related field is necessary.
Strong interpersonal communication skills, proficient writing capabilities, and basic knowledge of personal computers is necessary.
One year's experience working with students in a college or university environment is necessary.
Live-on required.Supplemental Information
Eastern Michigan University offers a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package including health, dental and vision insurance; a TIAA-CREF retirement plan with employer contributions; an outstanding vacation and time off policy; a tuition waiver program and much more. Click here to view highlights of the University's total rewards program.
For specific information by employment classification, click here to review the Benefits in Brief information.Notice of Availability of the Annual Security Report and Annual Fire Safety Report
The Annual Security Report and Annual Fire Safety Report is available online
The report contains information regarding campus safety and security including topics such as: campus law enforcement authority; crime reporting policies; campus alerts (Timely Warnings and Emergency Notifications); fire safety policies and procedures; programs to prevent dating violence, domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking; the procedures the University will follow when one of these crimes is reported; and other matters of importance related to security on campus. The report also contains information about crime statistics for the three most recent calendar years concerning reported crimes that occurred on campus; in On-Campus Student Housing Facilities; in Noncampus buildings or property owned or controlled by the University or a recognized student organization; and on public property within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from, the campus. The report also contains fire statistics for any fires occurring in an On-Campus Student Housing Facility during the three most recent calendar years.
If you would like to receive a paper copy of the Annual Security Report and Annual Fire Safety Report, you can stop by the Department of Public Safety at 1200 Oakwood St. or you can request that a copy be mailed to you by calling 734-487-0892 or emailing [email protected]
Do you have knowledge and skills in program planning, organization, and administration which is typically acquired through the completion of a Master's degree in Higher Education, College Student Personnel or a related field?
Do you have strong interpersonal communication skills, proficient writing capabilities, and basic knowledge of personal computers?
Do you have one year's experience working with students in a college or university environment?
Are you willing to live on campus?
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