Salary range starts at $37,500 but is ultimately dependent on level of education and experience.
5 openings available.
SUPERVISION and STAFF DEVELOPMENT: 1. Select, train, supervise, and evaluate student staff members. 2. Hold weekly (or biweekly) 1:1s meetings with Senior student staff members to discuss personal, community, and professional issues/concerns, as well as monitoring student wellbeing and development. 3. Lead weekly staff meetings to discuss community and departmental issues/concerns. 4. Support and attend events and activities planned by Student-led, departmental, or campus organizations. 5. Establish, advise, and manage Area Council executive board for your residential area of responsibility. 6. Advise and manage on-campus student leadership organizations such as National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH), Residence Hall Association (RHA), and the Black Togetherness Organization (BTO). 7. Attend weekly area council meetings and leadership organizations executive board meetings.
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT: 1. Work with student staff to develop and promote House (floor) based communities; Collaborate with students to create House (floor) based identities. 2. Establish and recruit student leaders to serve on area-specific leadership council (Area Council). 3. Plan and implement monthly, HD-led, area programming relating to Residence Life Curriculum. 4. Promote and assist with the recruitment for student leadership organizations such as Area Council, NRHH, RHA, and BTO. 5. Collaborate with Faculty/Staff and Residence Life to promote and execute Living Learning Community (LLCs) events and programs.
ADMINISTRATION: 1. Adjudicate student conduct/administrative conferences with students using both conduct and report management system (Advocate). 2. Utilize housing administrative software for on-campus occupancy management, room changes, and damages charges (StarRez). 3. Manage operating budgets for student staff, student leadership organization, and Area Council programming. 4. Establish both working relationships and lines of communication with Campus Partners such as Counseling and Psychological services (CAPS), Disability Support Services (DSS), Students Rights and Responsibilities (SRR), and etc. 5. Chair/serve on departmental review/planning committees such as Hiring/recruitment, Training, Move-In. and Systems and Administration.
BUILDING MANAGEMENT: 1. Maintain a secure and functional physical environment conducive to students learning and success. 2. Conduct frequent walk-through of assigned residential area. 3. Establish working relationships with facilities and housekeeping/custodial staff. 4. Report building/facility related emergencies/after-hour concerns and submit maintenance requests/reports. 5. Utilize building access and camera system to ensure the security of on-campus living facilities. 6. Assist with the implementation of summer camps/conference held within the residence halls.
Other duties as assigned.
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelors Degree in Higher Education, College Student Personnel, Counseling, or related field by date of hire
4+ semesters or 2+ years of paraprofessional or professional experience with housing or residence life
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Excellent interpersonal, writing, and verbal communication skills Proficiency with MS Office Suite and database software University Counseling and/or Crisis Response experience Housing/Residence life live-on experience
University Housing at Southern Illinois University Carbondale strives to provide an experience to last a lifetime and accommodate all students.
Residence Life strives to fill the needs of all students by offering several options of on campus living at SIUC. We offer two residence hall facilities on campus, apartment complexes for students of all walks of life, and specialty housing to meet all of our student’s needs. Whether the student is a traditional freshman, non-traditional student, married with children, or a graduate student, there are options to fit all lifestyles. One of our apartment complexes even features programs and playgrounds for children!
Living Learning Communities, or LLCs, are one of many ways we support the personal development and academic success of our residents. LLCs offer students the chance to live with others who share similar majors or interests and provides students with the opportunity to interact with faculty and staff. Each LLC is unique, allowing students, faculty and staff to tailor their experience. Faculty involvement may include programs, shared meals in the dining halls, presentations in the residence halls, tutoring and mentoring. Some... LLCs may also offer special equipment or research materials.
University Housing also provides more than 2,000 programs each year, ranging from social, to academic, to professional development, these programs are free for students and aimed at expanding the experiences and skills of residents at SIUC.