Provides professional leadership to students living in University residence halls.
Creates environments and develops programs that positively influence student learning and development.- Implements and enforces University policies.
Adjudicates student code violations using an educational process and assigning sanctions as necessary.
Infuses student learning and development into all interactions, processes and policies.
Counsels and provides guidance to students with personal problems.
Manages administrative processes such as payroll, work orders and occupancy reports to provide a safe living environment and to maintain property and equipment.
Advises student groups.
Develops and facilitates programming to meet students' developmental needs
Supervises, trains and evaluates staff including supervision of a graduate assistant
Master's degree in related field from an accredited institution , or have an earned Master's degree by May 31, 2023
One year's relevant experience.
Formal training and experience in crisis intervention and conflict management.
Willingness to live on campus in a University residence hall.
Ability to work irregular shifts and extended hours, including weekend and holiday rotation.
Terminal appointment ends 05/31/2028. Initial screening of applications will begin March 10. This vacancy notice is posted until filled. Qualified applicants who apply by March 10 will be given priority evaluation of their application credentials. Position is required to live in. Successful candidate will be provided with a two bedroom apartment. Partners and pet(s) allowed.
Western Michigan University (Western Michigan, Western or WMU) is a public research university in Kalamazoo, Michigan. It was initially established as Western State Normal School in 1903 by Governor Aaron T. Bliss for the training of teachers. In 1957, G. Mennen Williams signed a bill into law that made Western a university and gave the school its current name of Western Michigan University.
Western is one of the eight research universities in the State of Michigan and is classified among "R2: Doctoral Universities – High research activity". The university has seven degree-granting colleges, offering 147 undergraduate degree programs, 73 master's degree programs, 30 doctoral programs, and one specialist degree program. It is governed by an eight-member board of regents whose members are appointed by the governor of Michigan and confirmed by the Michigan Senate for eight-year terms.
The university's athletic teams compete in Division I of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and are known as the Western Michigan Broncos. They compete in the Mid-American Conference for most sports.